Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc took possession of his SF90 F1 car sometime during the previous week. Ferrari’s 2019 challenger holds a special place in the Monegasque driver’s heart as it is the same car that powered him to his first two victories of his career during the 2019 Belgian and Italian Grand Prix.
Rather than storing the car himself, the two-time Grand Prix winner has instead decided to lend the car to Prince Albert of Monaco. The car will be housed on Terrace of Fontvieille, which represents the ruling family’s personal garage featuring several historic vehicles as well as an array of race cars from disciplines ranging from Rallying to F1.
Unfortunately due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, visitors will not be allowed to gain a first-hand look of the number 16 F1 car.