HIGHLIGHTS: See all the key moments from second practice in Monaco as Leclerc goes quickest
Charles Leclerc was born and raised in Monaco, and on Thursday afternoon he used every ounce of that local knowledge to top the time sheets in practice for this Sunday's Grand Prix.
It was an even more impressive feat given the 23-year-old had managed just four laps in FP1 before a gearbox issue confined him to the garage while his Ferrari mechanics worked on fixing his car.
And the good news didn't end there for the Scuderia, who had Leclerc's team mate Carlos Sainz second quickest, ahead of reigning World Champion Lewis Hamilton.
Further down the order there were brushes with the notoriously close Monaco barriers for rookies Yuki Tsunoda and Mick Schumacher, as the F1 new boys got their first taste of this unique circuit in a Grand Prix car.
Hit play on the video above to see all the key moments from the second practice session for the first race in Monaco since 2019.