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F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

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F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

Charles Leclerc will start from his fourth consecutive pole position following a superb final qualifying lap for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

But can the Ferrari driver finally achieve what he has failed to do at the previous three races in Spain, Miami and Monaco and convert top spot on the grid into a race win?

Leclerc has Monaco Grand Prix winner and last year's victor at the Baku City Circuit, Sergio Perez, alongside him on the front row, with the Mexican's Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen starting from third.

Verstappen goes into the race with a nine-point lead over Leclerc, with Perez just 15 adrift in what is shaping up to be a fascinating championship battle.

There are no penalties for any of the drivers, with Lewis Hamilton avoiding a grid drop after being investigated for driving unnecessarily slowly at one point during qualifying, similarly with McLaren's Lando Norris, who was held up by his fellow Briton.

Hamilton and Norris start seventh and 11th respectively, with the former also behind his Mercedes team-mate George Russell and AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly who line up fifth and sixth.

Aston Martin's Lance Stroll is 19th, ahead of Williams' Nicholas Latifi, after crashing in Q1.

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