Yes, I, Leclerc have put myself, I, forward to investigate previously unsolved mysteries which continue to baffle everyone in the F1 paddock, as well as further afield. Such as when did Grosjean suddenly remember how to drive again, who keeps sabotaging Rickie Ardo's car, when will 108-year old Kimi Whykonnen retire, just whose bright idea was it to allow Daniil Kvyat to return to F1 next season, will Pierre Gasly grow huge sideburns to complete the physical transformation from promising F1 driver to Supergrass’ Britpop-era lead singer, Gaz Coombes and perhaps the most puzzling of all; where is Vietnam???
Let me, I, Leclerc, unearth the truths of F1 before your very ears, as each race weekend I, Leclerc attempt to get to the bottom of strange goings on in and around the curious world of Formula I, Leclerc. Yet in an unpredicted turn of events, maybe my biggest case yet will involve I, Leclerc, myself. And whether I, Leclerc am aware of the 'big question marks' hanging over I, Leclerc at Ferrari in 2019.
Asked by Autosport whether I, Leclerc could mix it with four-time world champion team-mate Sebastian Vettel (similar to the way Lewis Hamilton did with Fernando Alonso during his 2007 rookie season at McLaren), I, Leclerc intriguingly told them what I’m telling you now; “This is a big question mark for a lot of people, whether I'm ready or not.”
Out 'taching Chase....
But more than this, what about other equally searching questions that I, Leclerc am duty-bound to discover answers to? Like for example, will forgotten man of F1 and Williams test driver, Robert Kubica turn up somewhere during the 2019 season, will Esteban Ocon be snapped up by another team re: (potentially) having his nose pushed out of joint/Force India (insert new name here) after new name here was purchased as an early Christmas present for Lawrence Stroll’s son and did Nico Hulkenberg ever get round to sucking Kevin Magnussen’s testicles??
Only one man has the wit and wile to shed light on such huge posers and he is I and I as Leclerc, not Will.am. Nor that bumbling Inspector Clouseau or that policeman off BBC1’s Sunday evening WWII sitcom, ‘Allo Allo’. So leave it with me, I, Leclerc to uncover the truths that we all seek in the places that we seek them. Normally dedicated F1 websites which employ real journalists to research hard and fast facts and figures, rather than peddle unfounded tittle-tattle as is the Drivl way.