Charles Leclerc loves to be optimistic, but does not believe it would be realistic to expect a Ferrari victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Ferrari have made a habit of springing surprises in 2021 with Leclerc already a two-time pole-sitter, achieved at the Monaco and Azerbaijan GPs on consecutive race weekends.

His team-mate, Carlos Sainz, crossed the line P2 in Monaco, the same position Leclerc secured at Silverstone, although he came within a few laps of claiming a shock Ferrari victory.

While earlier in the season it was said slow corners suited the SF21, Silverstone provedĀ Ferrari can also be competitive on a high-speed track, although their strongest single-lap pace without doubt arrived around the streets of Monaco and Baku.

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