Ferrari have revealed that Charles Leclerc's engine was 'irreparably damaged' in the first-corner pile-up at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Leclerc became one of several drivers to retire at the first corner after being hit from behind by Lance Stroll's Aston Martin.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Ferrari have released a statement saying that the incident 'robbed' Leclerc of 'a great result at the Hungaroring' and explained how the crash has financially impacted the team.
Ferrari have revealed that Charles Leclerc's engine was 'irreparably damaged' in Hungary
Ferrari's statement read: 'The accident in which Charles Leclerc was an innocent victim shortly after the start of the Hungarian Grand Prix came at the cost of robbing him of the chance of a