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It became an expensive 2nd Easter day for Charles Leclerc. Photo: Con Chronis / Ritzau Scanpix

Charles Leclerc is a lightning bolt on the racetrack this season, but he was not fast enough to catch on to having his watch stolen while signing autographs and posing for photos.

The Formula 1 driver was out one night in the Italian city of Viareggio with his friends, but the evening turned out to be more expensive than he had probably just expected.

He had to return home without his Richard Mille watch worth 320,000 dollars, equivalent to about 2.2 million kroner.

It writes motorsport.com.

The episode took place around noon. 22 Monday night, and the monegasque immediately reported the theft to police when he discovered it.

Police are investigating whether it was planned or a spontaneous decision by the thief.

Charles Leclerc’s coach, Andrea Ferrari, was also out and he resorted to social media to complain about the lighting in the city.

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Andrea Ferrari / Instagram
Andrea Ferrari / Instagram

‘Via Salcatori has been dark for several months. We’re been reporting on this for months now. ‘

‘Yesterday we were then robbed. Are you planning to fix the street lamps soon? Should ask from a friend, ‘the coach writes in a story on Instagram, where he has also tagged the municipality.

Charles Leclerc was in Italy because the Grand Prix is ​​to be run on Imola on Sunday.

He has had a dream start to the season with victories in two out of three races. Besides that, he is solidly in front in the World Cup with 34 points down to George Russell in second place.

Kevin Magnussen will also try to get points in Sunday’s race, after it became P14 in Australia.

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