At Leclerc’s house there are four drivers who aspire to pole

Send Leclerc in Monaco, what a surprise, but there are three drivers in less than a tenth and Verstappen, the 2021 winner and reigning world champion, is missing. So a spectacular weekend is expected in Monte Carlo at least until Saturday with four guys capable of taking pole position on the details circuit, the biggest one-lap challenge for the twenty members of the grid. Ferrari starts with an advantage, Pérez was second and Sainz, third, just 70 thousandths behind his teammate. The margin is so small on a trusted track that it is exciting, Carlos coming from where he comes from in the first races of the season. The man from Madrid also set the record in two of the three sectors. Meanwhile, Max was fourth in the first practice session of the Monaco GP, 181 thousandths of a second behind the local hero.

Norris wore the improvement of McLaren, half a second, although the difference seems insurmountable on a track that used to allow surprises. Mercedes threatened to lean out in front, but there are six tenths that already separate Russell from Leclerc. It seems too much. Alpine did not start well, with Alonso 13th at 1.2 on the shortest lap on the calendar, and Ocon even further back. Although it was worse for Bottas, who could barely complete two laps, or for Mick Schumacher, who caused the only red flag of the session due to a breakdown.

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