Jean Alesi thinks the chances of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc racing for the title are stronger.

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc started the 2022 season by taking the win

He pipped his rival Red Bull’s Max Verstappen by 1.532 seconds and overtook him multiple times to take home victory.

“When we put the Ferrari on track, it is, on all circuits, between first and fourth position. So Leclerc has a great car.

Frenchman said “Honestly, he impresses me. I’m in love with Charles. Sometimes he reminds me of Ayrton Senna.”

A prodigy of the Ferrari Academy, Leclerc has now placed himself on the list of elite drivers

He is only behind Michael Schumacher, who has 58 poles to his name & Niki Lauda, at 23.

The 24-year-old took the sixth pole position of the 2022 season at the French GP and Ferrari’s first pole position at Paul Ricard since 1990.