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Charles Leclerc

Leclerc reveals how he is feeling after having watch stolen

Charles Leclerc has insisted that his performance at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix won't be affected after he was the victim of a theft earlier in the week.

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Charles Leclerc has spoken out about how he is feeling after his watch was stolen from his wrist ahead of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

According to reports, Leclerc's $320,000 Richard Mille timepiece was taken when he stopped to pose for photographs with fans in the Via Salvatori area of Italy on Monday evening.

Leclerc was unharmed in the incident, but admits that it was not a nice experience.

"I won't go too much into details," the Ferrari driver told media, including RacingNews365.com.

"It hasn't been a great experience, but yeah, I cannot say much more than that."

Incident won't "hurt" Leclerc over the race weekend

The matter is now being investigated by the police, says Leclerc.

"Obviously everything is going on with the police, and they are trying to find them," he explained.

"It hasn't been as smooth as what I've read."

Leclerc insists that the incident will not have an impact on his performance at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

"Overall, I am fine and now fully focused to the weekend," the World Championship leader said.

"It won't hurt me for this weekend."

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