When Charles Leclerc dumped girlfriend Giada Gianni to challenge Lewis Hamilton for F1 title

In 2019, Charles Leclerc left his girlfriend in order to focus on his Formula One career with the Scuderia Ferrari team.

Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc
Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc
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Charles Leclerc joined the Ferrari Formula One team in 2019 and in order to make sure that he was able to challenge Lewis Hamilton, the Monegasque dumped his stunning model girlfriend Giada Gianni.

Moreover, Giada removed all photos of her with Charles Leclerc from his Instagram handle as an aftermath of what Leclerc did to her in 2019.

During the 2019 season, Charles Leclerc started to show the signs of the driver that he has become today for Ferrari, and to add more spice to things, Leclerc was in an internal battle with his former teammate, Sebastian Vettel that only escalated as the 2019 season went forwards.

After the Russian Grand Prix of 2019, Leclerc sat in third in the Drivers Championship and was 107 points behind the then high-flying Lewis Hamilton.

Charles Leclerc
Charles Leclerc

However, as Charles Leclerc understood that the 2019 title was out of his reach, he made huge changes in his life to make a more solid case for the Championship in 2020.

Moreover, Giada Gianni took to Instagram live to announce her split with Leclerc and said, “Charles left me. He wants to devote himself only to Ferrari.”

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Charles Leclerc’s former girlfriend has a huge following on Instagram

Charles and Giada
Charles and Giada

Giada Gianni the Italian supermodel has over 51000 followers on Instagram and during her time with Charles Leclerc, was often seen around the paddock area supporting her beau.

As Gianni took to Instagram to announce the split, Leclerc reminded mute on the topic and instead focused all his energy on his career with the Maranello-based Ferrari F1 team.

The Monegasque became the first Ferrari driver since Michael Schumacher in 2001 to score four successive poles and while talking about it in 2019 said, “It feels very, very special but I don’t want to think about stats for now.”

I just want to focus on the job. There is a long way to go and it is a good start.”

We have been competitive all weekend and the race simulation seems good too.”

Charles Leclerc celebrates victory in his Ferrari after Carlos Sainz sits broken
Charles Leclerc

Charles Leclerc had the ‘driving on the edge’ gene in him from the very start of his F1 career and if one compares this year’s Leclerc with that of 2019, the Monegasque has shown exponential growth and is seen by many as someone who is at par with the lights of Max Verstappen.

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