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Home Ferrari Leclerc skydiving stunt did not go down well with Ferrari

Leclerc skydiving stunt did not go down well with Ferrari

Charles Leclerc admits that he"s recent leap of faith from 13,000 feet led to a reprimand from Ferrari as he had not asked his employer permission for the stunt.

With the F1 season done and dusted over a month ago in Abu Dhabi, Leclerc sought to sustain his adrenalin level, indulging in some high-altitude thrill by skydiving for the very first time.





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The Monegasque undertook his initiation in Dubai and jumped in tandem with an instructor, an experience that elated the two-time Grand Prix winner but failed to impress his employer, whose permission he had "forgotten" to seek.

"You normally should do, [and] I do," explained Leclerc last weekend at the Autosport International Show during a Q-amp;A with fans.

"I didn"t for skydiving, because I just told myself that in case it will go wrong I will not be here to be told off!"

"So, yeah, I just went for it, and then they were a little bit upset. At the end, I won"t do it a second time.

"It was amazing. But it was just to do it once."



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1st skydive today. What an amazing experience, jumping alone is next on the list 😬

A post shared by CHARLES LECLERC (@charles_leclerc) on Dec 2, 2019 at 6:28am PST




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