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Leclerc takes Monaco GP pole but crashes out

Monaco Grand Prix – Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc has secured the teams’ first pole position since the Mexican Grand Prix in 2019. The home hero will start the race on pole position ahead of Sunday’s Grand Prix, but crashed out on his last run bringing out the red flags, and ruining other drivers’ final runs. The Ferrari driver set a time of 1:10.346, almost a quarter of a second clear of Championship contender Max Verstappen in the Red Bull. The Dutchman didn’t get a clear run on his first lap, but was unable to complete his second run in Q3 due to the red flags. Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas finished in third place ahead of his teammate Lewis Hamilton whose lacklustre performance...
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