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F1 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

F1 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

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F1 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

F1 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

Charles Leclerc will finally lead away the field at his home grand prix in Monaco but can he improve on his woeful pole-to-win conversion rate?

Leclerc has so far dominated around the streets of the principality where he was born and raised, securing a deserved 14th pole position of his F1 career.

But Leclerc currently has a woeful record when it comes to turning the advantage into success as he has only gone on to win four grands prix.

Leclerc is joined on the front row by Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz, with the second row an all-Red Bull affair, but with Sergio Perez ahead of Max Verstappen who has so far struggled this weekend.

Perez caused chaos at the end of qualifying with a crash at Portier that culminated in him being hit by Sainz as the Spaniard attempted to avoid the stricken Mexican, and it remains to be seen if the RB18 will hold up during the race given the repairs.

There is an all-British third row, with McLaren's Lando Norris again delivering a fine performance in qualifying to line up fifth ahead of Mercedes' George Russell whose team-mate Lewis Hamilton is eighth behind Alpine's Fernando Alonso.

While there were numerous impeding charges throughout Friday and Saturday, there are no penalties that affect today's grid which lines up as follows...

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