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Winners and losers from Monaco GP qualifying

Monaco Grand Prix qualifying can make or break a team's or driver's race weekend – and some of those weekends look very much broken after it this year. Here are our winners and losers from Saturday's action… Winners Charles Leclerc 👏 – Charles Leclerc secures back-to-back Monaco pole positions for the first time since Nico Rosberg in 13 & 14.#F1 | #MonacoGP — Planet Sport (@PlanetSportcom) May 28, 2022 For the second year in a row, Leclerc claimed pole position on home turf. This time though, he did not also crash in the same session. The Ferrari man was the fastest man on track throughout qualifying, topping Q1, Q2 and Q3, and did not...
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