WATCH: Head onboard with Charles Leclerc for his scintillating Las Vegas Grand Prix pole lap


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Ferrari have shown a fine turn of pace throughout the Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend. And Charles Leclerc converted that pace into pole position for Saturday night’s race with a fine lap under the lights.

Leclerc’s fifth pole position of 2023 was a 1m 32.726s on the all-new Las Vegas Strip Circuit, pipping team mate Carlos Sainz by just 0.044s – although Leclerc was left feeling that the lap could have been even better.

READ MORE: Leclerc charges to pole for Las Vegas GP ahead of Sainz and Verstappen

Leclerc’s goal now? To convert pole into his first win since the 2022 Austrian Grand Prix – Leclerc having also failed to win from his last 11 pole positions.

Ride onboard with the Monegasque in the video above to watch his pole lap in Las Vegas.



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