June 22, 2021

Charles Leclerc, pole in Monaco; Sáinz will start fourth and Alonso on 17

The Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), despite crashing his car in the last lap of qualifying, he will start this Sunday first in the Monaco Grand Prix, the fifth of the World Cup F1, that is disputed in the streets of Montecarlo; where your partner is spanish Carlos Sainz will start fourth and the leader of the championship, the English Lewis hamilton (Mercedes), seventh.

Leclerc – whose accident, without major physical consequences, caused the Red flag, 18 seconds from the end, and the subsequent conclusion of qualifying- he covered the 3,337 meters of the narrow and winding urban track of the principality of the Côte d’Azur (which this Sunday is scheduled to do 78 laps, to complete a 260-kilometer route ) on one minute, ten seconds, and 346 thousandths, 230 less than the Dutch Max verstappen (Red bull).

Sainz will come out fourth, from the second row, behind the Finn Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes). The Mexican Sergio perez (Red Bull) will start fifth, from the third row, in which the Englishman will accompany him Lando norris (Mclaren). Hamilton, what lead the World Cup with 94 points, fourteen more than Verstappen, he will start seventh, next to Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri) in the fourth row.

The German Sebastian Vettel (Aston martin), ninth, and Italian Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) will start from the fifth row.


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