Charles Leclerc takes pole position in Monaco

F1 Monaco GP Live: Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc took a pole position in his home race at the Monaco Grand Prix. He was comfortable and confident while driving his F1-75 Challenger. Meanwhile, Carlos Sange is in second place, Sergio Perez is in third place and Verstappen is in fourth place. Lewis Hamilton dropped to eighth place. Follow the Formula 1 live update and Monaco GP Live on InsideSport.IN.

Charles Leclerc, who took the first two free practice sessions in Monte Carlo, will start tomorrow’s race in the first position after taking pole position in Monaco. But, a curse is hidden on his head because he has two DNFs and a DNS in his name in his home race.

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F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari dominates the front row of Monte Carlo, Leclerc, Senz block, and Verstappen is in fourth place.

Carlos Sanz had to settle for second place as the Monaco GP started from the front row. Sergio Perez, meanwhile, crashed in the final round of the qualifiers as he lost control of his rear tires. Carlos Sange also hit from Perez’s car.

Perez and Max Verstappen start second and claim third and fourth place in the qualifying session. Lando Norris finished fifth and George Russell finished sixth.

F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari dominates the front row of Monte Carlo, Leclerc, Senz block, and Verstappen is in fourth place.
F1 Monaco GP: Monaco GP Qualification Classification.

Alpine’s Fernando Alonso is seventh, followed by Lewis Hamilton in eighth. Veteran Sebastian Vettel finished ninth and Esteban Oakon finished tenth after a qualifying session.

F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari dominates the front row of Monte Carlo, Leclerc, Senz block, and Verstappen is in fourth place.

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Yuki Sunoda had to settle for eleventh and follow Valteri Botas in twelfth. Kevin Magnussen is 13th and Daniel Ricciardo is 14th overall before winning the Monaco GP.

Mick Schumacher claimed the fifteenth position and Alex Albon was able to secure the sixteenth position. Pierre Gasley had to stay in the seventeenth position as he followed Lance Stroll in the eighteenth position. Nicolas Latifi claims 19th place and Guanyu Zhou is in last place.

F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari dominates the front row of Monte Carlo, Leclerc, Senz block, and Verstappen is in fourth place.

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