Leclerc takes pole position at the Miami GP; “Checo” Pérez will start fourth


The Monegasque charles leclerc (Ferrari), leader of the World Championship Formula One, will come out first this sunday in debutante Miami Grand Prix (USA), the fifth of the championship, which is played on the circuit built around the Hard Rock Stadium in the aforementioned town of Florida and in which his Spanish partner Carlos Sainz will start from second place on the grid.

Leclerc, 24, signed his twelfth ‘pole’ in F1 – the third of the season – by covering the 5,412 meters of the new Miami track in one minute, 28 seconds and 796 thousandths, 190 less than Sainz: in a rating than the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull), last world champion finished third; and his Mexican partner Sergio Perez, fourth. Everyone set their best lap on the soft tire

finn Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) will start fifth, from the third row, in which he will be accompanied by his former teammate, the seven-time English world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), sixth in qualifying.

Behind them, from the fourth, will come the French Pierre Gasley (Alpha Tauri) -seventh in the time trial- and the English lando norris (McLaren).

And from the fifth row the Japanese will face the race yuki tsunoda (Alpha Tauri) and the Canadian Lance Stroll (Aston Martin), who finished tenth in the main time.

The double Asturian world champion Fernando Alonso (Alpine), eliminated in Q2, will start eleventh in the fifth race of the year, scheduled for 57 laps to complete a route of 308.3 kilometers.


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