F1: Charles Leclerc Takes Pole After Dramatic End to Monaco Grand Prix
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has done us proud by finishing on pole at the Monaco Grand Prix. Followed by teammate Sainz, it’s fair to say the team is well equipped for the race tomorrow. Red Bull takes the second row of the grid despite their cars previously being very fast around slow corners.
But with only 30 seconds to go of Q3, Sergio Perez oversteers resulting in the rear of this car hitting the barrier. Carlos Sainz then did exactly the same thing on the same corner, hitting Perez’s stationary car under the yellow flag.
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Lando Norris of McLaren did the team well finishing 5th, followed by George Russell of Mercedes. Fernando Alonso follows him, with Lewis Hamilton coming in a lowly 8th.