Monaco racing driver received by Ambassador in Australia

Andrew Cannon, Honorary Consul of Monaco in Melbourne; Charles Leclerc, Formula 1 driver; HE Catherine Fautrier, Ambassador of Monaco to Australia; and Hadrien Bourely, Honorary Consul of Monaco in Sydney. Photo: DC
Andrew Cannon, Honorary Consul of Monaco in Melbourne; Charles Leclerc, Formula 1 driver; HE Catherine Fautrier, Ambassador of Monaco to Australia; and Hadrien Bourely, Honorary Consul of Monaco in Sydney. Photo: DC

The racing driver Charles Leclerc, the 2017 Formula 2 World Champion, has been received by the Ambassador of Monaco in Australia, HE Catherine Fautrier.

HE Fautrier received the 20-year old driver, who was born and bred in Monaco, on Wednesday, March 21, on the occasion of his first Grand Prix as a Formula 1 driver, as part of the Alfa-Romeo Sauber team.

A reception was organised at the “Monaco House” in Melbourne, in the presence of the Honorary Consuls of Monaco in Melbourne and Sydney, Andrew Cannon and Hadrien Bourely.


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