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Leclerc 'very happy' with fourth in 'trickier' qualifying

Charles Leclerc was happy to finish on the second row of the grid for tomorrow's sprint race at Silverstone, after finishing fourth fastest in Friday evening's qualifying session. Leclerc had been fourth in the single one hour practice session earlier in the day, and continued to run in the top five in each of the three rounds of qualifying. "With so little preparation going into qualifying, it makes things a bit trickier," he told the media after the end of qualifying. Read also: Hamilton seals top spot for Saturday sprint at Silverstone “I was quite confident, especially in Q1. In Q2 I wasn’t at the level I wanted to be, then in Q3 I regained the confidence, and the pace a...
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