“I could end up in prison!” Vasseur’s hilarious backstory after Leclerc’s victory in Monaco

Fred Vasseur star in Monaco: the team principal reveals a hilarious backstory that happened on the podium, while celebrating Leclerc’s victory.

Charles Leclerc chose a rather original way to celebrate the victory in Monaco. The #16 Ferrari driver finally fulfilled his dream: arriving on the top step of the podium in his home race.

A childhood dream that he realized for himself and his father, as he stated on the team radio at the end of the Grand Prix. His colleagues complimented him, including teammate Carlos Sainz, who dedicated only nice words to him.

Credits: Scuderia Ferrari on X

And Fred Vasseur? The Ferrari team principal can only be happy: for him and the team it is the second victory of the year, after the one in Australia. Celebrations are a must.

In front of the cameras of Canal+, the French network, the two indulged in a fun little scene. Leclerc recalled an old promiseback to when both were at Sauber: him as driver, Vasseur as team principal.

Fred, get your bathing suit ready because in 2018 we bet that if we scored points, we would jump overboard in the port. We didn’t succeed, but now, later, we will. I hope you will all be ready.”

L’French engineer, a true showmandoes not promise him anything since he could be in serious trouble For something happened during the celebrations on the podium.

“I could be in prison because I have sprayed the Prince with champagne on the podium. But he started it!” Vasseur responded to Canal+.

For the first time, an emotional Prince Albert joined Charles Leclerc’s birthday party in Monaco. Now Ferrari has gotten even closer to Red Bull: can the Red Bull really dream of the World Championship?

Cover image credits: Scuderia Ferrari on X

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