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Leclerc sees big challenge ahead for Monaco race

Charles Leclerc will start the race in Monaco from pole position on Sunday afternoon. In his home country, he hopes to drive to victory, although he realizes that certain circumstances could make the situation difficult for him. Ferrari already convinced during the free practice sessions and the Italian racing team continued that line on Saturday afternoon. In Q3, Leclerc secured the front position at the start, while Carlos Sainz took second place. With this, the formation left the competitors of Red Bull Racing behind. Read more Sainz upset with red flag: 'We had really good pace all day' Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez seem to have a good chance of overtaking Ferrari in the rain, which...
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