F1: Charles Leclerc scores pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix | Video


The Monegasque Pilot Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) achieved this Saturday the pole position, fourth in the present course, for the Spanish Grand Prix, sixth race of the 2022 season of the Formula 1ahead of the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull) and from Spanish Carlos Sainz (Ferrari); while, Sergio Perez (Red Bull) will start in fifth position in the Circuit of Barcelona-Catalunya.

A spectacular time of 1:18.750 minutes, the only one below 1:19 this Saturday on the Catalan track, allowed Leclerc achieve fourth pole of the season and lead a front row grill in which he will be accompanied by the current world champion, his great rival for the championship this year.

While, Sainz Jr.four tenths behind his partner, will start third in the clean zone of the clean, along with the British George Russel (Mercedes), who once again won the game against his partner of the ‘silver arrows’, Lewis Hamilton, who will start sixth after the Mexican Sergio Perez (Red Bull).

While, Fernando Alonso (Alpine) signed a classification to forget about which he was fired at the first change. In his attempt to improve his time, the Asturian encountered too much traffic on the track just in time and failed to get past Q1 what condemns you to worst starting position at Montmeló since his first season at Minardi.

(With information from Europe Press)

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