Formula 1 star Charles Leclerc pleads with fans to stop gathering at his home after address leaked online
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Formula 1 star Charles Leclerc has been forced to issue a statement to fans who have somehow obtained his home address.
Leclerc made a plea on Instagram on Sunday night (AEST), asking fans to refrain from gathering at his apartment, the address of which was leaked and spread online.
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“Hey everyone, for the past few months my home address has somehow become public, leading to people gathering beneath my apartment, ringing my bell and asking for pictures and autographs,” Leclerc wrote.
“While I’m always happy to be there for you and I truly appreciate your support, please respect my privacy and refrain from coming to my house.
“I’ll make sure to stop for everyone when you see me on the streets or at the track, but I won’t be coming downstairs if you visit my home.
“Your support, both in person and on social media, means the world to me, but there is a boundary that should not be crossed.
“Happy Easter everyone.”
It comes a week after Leclerc endured a doomsday result at the Australian Grand Prix, where his race came to an end before finishing the first lap.
Leclerc lost control of his Ferrari when it was clipped from behind by Lance Stroll’s Aston Martin, sending him off the track and into the gravel, where his race ended.
His teammate’s day wasn’t much better either, with Carlos Sainz copping a five-second penalty for colliding with Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso in a duel for third at the opening bend of a chaotic last lap on restart at Albert Park.
Ferrari soon lodged an appeal against the penalty.
After he was informed of the sanction, an emotional Sainz pleaded with his Ferrari team to instruct the stewards to reconsider their decision.
Sainz took the chequered flag in fourth, but because the race ended behind the safety car, the penalty dropped him to 12th and last.
The Spaniard later described the stewards’ verdict as the “biggest Formula 1 disgrace for many years”.
Speaking on Thursday, Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur said: “You have 14 days to register the petition with the FIA. We have done that in time.
“The hearing could be at the next race in Baku (on April 30) or before. We would prefer to do it before.
“The FIA will have a look at our petition, and see if they can re-open the case. We would then have a second hearing with the same stewards about the decision itself.
“We can expect an open discussion with them. That is for the good of the sport.
“The biggest frustration for Carlos, and you could hear it on the radio, was that he didn’t have a hearing because the case was very special.
“It would have made sense to have the hearing before the five-second penalty was applied.”
– With AAP
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