Charles Leclerc is looking ahead to the 2023 campaign more than finishing second.

In contrast to competing with Red Bull opponent Sergio Perez for second place in this year’s Formula One championship, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc stated on Wednesday that he was more focused on the upcoming season.

Despite a promising start to the campaign, the reliability issues suffered by the team, coupled with mistakes from the Monagesque and his Italian team hampered their chances in the drivers’ and constructors’ championships.

Sergio Perez has surpassed the Ferrari driver to claim the second spot in the drivers’ championship.

The Mexican driver is only five points ahead of the Monegasque driver going into this weekend’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix, the second-to-last race of the season.

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“My mind is mostly focused on next year,” Leclerc told reporters at a media event.

“Of course, we’ll do everything to try and get the best results possible for the last two races but the most important is to try to build on these last two races in order to be a better team next year.

“But by doing it I hope we can still clinch second place in the drivers’ championship.”

Max Verstappen of Red Bull won his second championship title with four races remaining despite Leclerc’s nine pole positions in 20 races this season.

Despite winning two races, Perez has made it obvious that finishing the season as his teammate’s runner-up is his top aim.

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“We might be constructors’ champions but as a team, and for me personally, it is hugely important to secure a one-two in the drivers’ championship,” he said in a team preview of the weekend’s print race at Interlagos.

“I am going into the final two races of the season still feeling like I have everything to win.”

In the race for second in the constructors’ championship, Ferrari leads Mercedes by 40 points despite having a dominant start to the campaign.