What Is Grand Slam In F1? Charles Leclerc Sets Career First In Australia

Jake Melrose

In F1, Charles Leclerc finished the Grand Slam in the Australian Grand Prix, but how was the Ferrari driver supposed to do it? In case there was already some uncertainty, it is now gone.

Ferrari and Charles Leclerc are doing great in the title race and after only three races it is very possible that he and she will lose. Leclerc has 71 points from 78 games so far this season, with George Russell on 37.

Max Verstappen has 25 points after his dismissal from the race, while Lewis Hamilton has 28 points after his fourth place in Melbourne. In Albert Park, however, no one could stop Leclerc, who traveled to his fourth vocation victory. Still, he also finished the Grand Slam in the race, but how is an F1 driver supposed to achieve this honour?

What is Grand Slam in F1? The Grand Slam, also known as a Grand Chelem in Formula 1, is incredibly challenging to complete. To achieve the F1 Grand Slam, a driver must complete the associated responsibilities.

On Saturday, Leclerc won the post position by 0.286 seconds over Verstappen. He set the fastest lap on the last visit after convincing his specialist to release him for the extra reward point. He also never trailed in the race, completing each of the 58 laps from start to finish. It is Leclerc’s fourth win, following his victories in the 2019 Belgian and Italian Grand Prix, as well as the 2022 season opener in Bahrain.

Who has the most Grand Slam in F1? A Grand Slam in F1 is incredibly interesting, with a few notable names having achieved it. Jim Clark holds the record for the most Grand Slams, with three in each of the 1963 and 1965 seasons — the years when he came out on top in his two major clashes. Lewis Hamilton has six ebb and flow drivers. These were in Malaysia in 2014, Italy in 2015, China, Canada and the United Kingdom in 2017, and the 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Michael Schumacher got five focus points, while Ayrton Senna and Sebastian Vettel got four each. Vettel’s last race was the 2013 Korean Grand Prix. Verstappen won his first F1 Grand Slam at the 2021 Austrian Grand Prix, the second of two races at the Red Bull Ring in his new kid on the block season.

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