“I’m so incredibly happy!” Charles Leclerc gleeful with Monaco Grand Prix Pole and his F1-75

Charles Leclerc will start Monaco Grand Prix on P1 tomorrow beside his teammate Carlos Sainz on P2.

Charles Leclerc
Charles Leclerc

Charles Leclerc is on the pole for the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix and has Carlos Sainz beside him making it a Ferrari 1-2 for the Sunday. The home town boy is very happy with the position he is placed in the upcoming race and is super proud of the lap he managed to set and get on the pole.

The 24-year-old managed a 1:11.376, with a gap of 0.225 to his teammate on P2 and 0.253 to a probable contender for pole, Perez. Things went easy for the Ferrari driver when the Red Bull of Sergio Perez got his rear and driveshaft damaged hitting the wall at Portier with an unavoidable crash with Sainz just behind him.

Polesitter also seemed proud of the pace and lap he put in and was happy with how smoothly things went, “I’m so incredibly happy! It’s been a very smooth weekend. I knew the pace was there, I just had to do the job. The last lap before the red flag was really really good.” said Leclerc on the post Qualification interview.

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Will the Ferrari duo manage to get a payback tomorrow?

Charles Leclerc's Ferrari
Ferrari F1-75 on the streets of Monaco.

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are starting P1-2 tomorrow, about which the Monacan feels quite pleased to have, ahead of their rivals in Red Bull. Sergio Perez starting P3 and current Championship leader Max Verstappen is on P4, so it will extremely difficult for the Bull duo to take hold of the position ahead of them. “The car felt amazing, and it’s amazing to have Carlos with me on the front row!” said Leclerc.

Monaco Grand Prix isn’t known for the number of overtakes on race day, rather is criticized for it as the close walls and lack of space for two cars prevent the driver to take a charge for the overtake. So avoid all the damages and mistakes on Sunday, it will be an easy race for the Ferrari drivers, and could mark a payback for the last three races they have had.

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