Arthur Leclerc (born 14 October 2000) is a Monaco racing driver competing in Formula 4. He competes in the ADAC F4 championship having competed in French F4. He is the younger brother of Formula 1 racer Charles Leclerc.
Leclerc finished 5th in the French F4 championship in 2018, with one race victory.
Career[edit | edit source]
French F4[edit | edit source]
In 2018, Leclerc finished 5th in the French F4 Championship, with one race victory. He won in Nogaro on his debut weekend in car racing, having started fourth on the reversed grid and inherited the lead when Esteban Muth and Matéo Herrero collided on the opening lap, bringing out the safety car.
German F4[edit | edit source]
He is set to compete in ADAC F4 in 2019, for US Racing-CHRS.
Personal life[edit | edit source]
He is the youngest of three sons of the racing driver Hervé Leclerc (1963-2017) and Pascale Leclerc (nee Manni). His older brother, Charles Leclerc is a driver in the Formula 1 world championship for Ferrari. Charles won the 2016 GP3 and 2017 Formula 2 championship, winning both feeder categories leading to F1.