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Leclerc top competitive opening practice in Monaco

Charles Leclerc Charles Leclerc has ended the opening practice session for the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix fastest. Less than a tenth of a second split the top three, with Sergio Perez second and Carlos Sainz third. Championship leader Max Verstappen was fourth best, while Daniel Ricciardo was seventh, 0.6s off the outright pace. Conditions were hot, air temperatures of nearly 30 degrees while the track approached the mid-50s. The tyre allocation for the weekend is the softest in Pirelli’s range, two steps softer than were used in Spain a week ago. The hard compound tyre was the preferred rubber as the session began, only the two Ferraris of Sainz and Leclerc heading out on mediums....
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