Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) will start his seventh ‘own’ Grand Prix in the Formula One World Championship this Sunday in Monaco ahead of his Spanish teammate Carlos Sainz. Montecarlo street circuit; Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull), third in the standings, developed world leader and reigning world champion Dutch teammate Max Verstappen; which will start on the fourth.
Leclerc, 24 – after leaving, gave the lead at Montmeló (Barcelona) last Sunday to Verstappen of the same age, who won the Spanish Grand Prix that day and beat him with 110 out of six. points- fifth of the year, he signed his fourteenth ‘post’ in F1: covering 3,337 meters of the Principality circuit. blue beach at one minute, 11 seconds and 376 thousand, 225 less than Sainz. In an elimination that ended early with a red flag, accidents -without significant consequences- ‘Checo’ and fellow Spaniard, double Asturian champion Fernando Alonso (Alp) -starting seventh-; and where Ferrari knocked the Red Bulls down to second place.
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Waiting to see if the announced weather forecasts are confirmed chance of rainIn Spain, ‘Scuderia’ launched a clear counterattack, losing the lead of both drivers and builders in favor of Red Bull; and will occupy the front row of a Grand Prix for the second time ever this year, after the race in Miami (USA). He will do this in the narrow streets of Monte Carlo, in the most iconic and eye-catching place on the calendar; on the shortest race and the smallest track on the course; under normal conditions, overtaking is almost impossible.
Leclerc took first place in all Grand Prix timelines except the last free practice; Led by ‘Checo’, who finished third in the World Cup, 25 points from his partner: that he always performed better during the weekend; before he crashes on his last try, before he exits the bend before the tunnel.
Where to watch Formula 1 races?
The 2022 Formula 1 season can be watched live on TV in Spain. Movistar+ and DAZN. The telecommunication operator will include full coverage on the Movistar+ F1 channel, and the broadcast platform is adding races to its offerings thanks to the agreement reached, which also affects MotoGP.
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Regarding the main countries of Latin America, Argentina, Colombia and Chile The big prizes can be followed on Fox Sports. Mexican Channel 9 Televisa will be responsible for the broadcasts. On your own behalf United States of America Formula-1 can be viewed via ESPN.
Monaco GP race schedule