Monaco Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) will start at the start next Sunday, ahead of his Spanish teammate Carlos Sainzin his “big race”, the Monaco Grand Prix, seventh in the World Cup Formula One. In the Monte Carlo Street Circuit; where the mexican Sergio Perez (Red Bull), third on the net, improved from his Dutch teammate Max Verstappen, world leader and last world champion; Who will start the fourth.
Leclerc, 24 – who, upon his departure, gave the leadership of the competition last Sunday in Montmelo (Barcelona) to Verstappen, of the same age, the winner of that day in the Spanish Grand Prix and whom he tops, with 110, on six points – signed his “pole” 14th in F1, 5th of the year: By covering 3,337 meters of the Principality circuit Blue Coast At 1 minute 11 seconds and 376 thousandths, 225 fewer than Sainz. In qualifying that ended early, with a red flag, because of accidents – without major consequences – for “Checo” and the other Spaniard, double Asturian champion Fernando Alonso (Alpine) – who will start seventh -; In which Ferrari relegated the Red Bulls team to the second row.
Waiting for the announced weather forecast to be confirmed or not chances of rain, the “Scuderia” – which in Spain lost all of its leadership, that of the drivers and makers, to Red Bull – launched a clear counterattack; And after one in Miami (USA), she will take first place in the Grand Prix for the second time so far this year. You’ll do it on the most famous and splendid almanac, in the narrow streets of Monte Carlo; In the shortest race and on the smallest track on the track; Which, under normal conditions, is almost impossible to overtake.
Leclerc topped all of the Grand Prix time tables except for the last free practice; Led by the third “Checo” in the World Cup, 25 points From his partner: The one who outdid him at all times during the weekend; before hitting his last attempt, and exiting the bend before the tunnel.
Where to watch Formula 1 racing
The 2022 Formula 1 season can be watched He lives In Spain on TV through Movistar + and DAZN. The telecom operator will include full coverage of its channel Movistar + F1 and the broadcasting platform will add races to its offer thanks to the agreement reached, which also affects MotoGP.
Regarding the main countries of Latin America, in Argentina, Colombia and Chile Big jackpots can be followed through Fox Sports, while you’re at Mexico Channel 9 Televisa will be responsible for transmissions. For its part, in United State Formula-1 can be seen through ESPN.
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