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Charles Leclerc claims pole position in Monaco despite his crash

Charles Leclerc took pole position on Saturday at his home race, the Monaco Grand Prix, 5th round of the Formula 1 season, but crashed his car, causing the early end of qualifying in the last seconds.

If the Ferrari is repaired according to the established rules, Leclerc will start Sunday at 3 p.m. in front of the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull). Finnish Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) and Spaniard Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) will start in the second row, while championship leader and seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) will only be 7th on the grid.

This year, like never before the desire to start again in the iconic Monegasque urban circuit is great for all Formula 1 teams and drivers.

From the 20th until the 23rd May 2021, all eyes are on the stage, with a special focus on the beloved Monaco’s champion Charles Leclerc from Scuderia Ferrari.

We wish him good luck at the tomorrow home race, Monaco Grand Prix, which he called recently in the interview to HelloMonaco as his «favourite» one.

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