Charles Leclerc continued his fine start to the 2022 season, as he edged out rival Max Verstappen in Melbourne to seal his second pole position of the season ahead of Sunday’s race.

    Leclerc set a time of 1m 17.868s to take the 11th pole position of his career as he lead Verstappen by 0.286s, with Dutchman's team mate Sergio Perez a futher o.372s behind the Ferrari racer.

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    Click on the video above to ride onboard with Leclerc around the Albert Park street circuit.

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