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Leclerc’s getaway and Verstappen’s strategy from P6 – What To Watch For in the Monaco Grand Prix

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Chris Medland

Charles Leclerc is on pole position once again as he searches for a first podium at home, and Max Verstappen is in unfamiliar territory on a challenging weekend for Red Bull. After a thrilling qualifying session, here are five things to keep an eye on when the lights go out on race day in Monaco…

1. Can Leclerc make it third time lucky?

Pole position was a sweet feeling for home town hero Charles Leclerc – but he admitted soon after qualifying had finished that his attention was already turning to the race and trying to execute it properly. That’s because Leclerc has twice started from pole position in Monaco before, but never even finished on the podium in his home race.


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