Leclerc can’t rely on 2019 experience in 2022 Italian GP charge

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The Monegasque landed his 17th top fight pole to return to the top of the qualifying leaderboard for the first time since the French GP, when he spun into the wall while leading the race.
Leclerc topped the session by 0.145s over chief rival Max Verstappen as team-mate Carlos Sainz slotted into third, but the Red Bull drops five places for a new internal combustion engine while Sainz carries a …Keep reading Source

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