GOOD LAP vs GREAT LAP: Ride onboard with the Ferrari drivers around Monaco
Last year, Charles Leclerc grabbed his first pole position at his home race of Monaco, nailing his first lap in Q3 to grab the top spot. His team mate Carlos Sainz couldn’t match that time, his own effort netting him fourth on the grid.
As for what might have happened had they completed their second flying runs in Q3, that will be a forever unknown after Leclerc crashed, bringing out the red flags and ending the session early.
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Ride onboard with both Leclerc and Sainz as Alex Brundle talks you through how to balance risk and reward and nail that racing line around the Principality, cutting it as close as your dare to the barriers and getting on the throttle as early as possible.
To see just where Leclerc made up the time on his team mate, hit play on the video above.