Piastri on front row as Leclerc takes Monaco pole

By Alan Baldwin
Updated May 26 2024 - 2:15am, first published 2:12am
Charles Leclerc (C) is on Moanco GP pole, with Oscar Piastri (L) second and Carlos Sainz third. (AP PHOTO)
Charles Leclerc (C) is on Moanco GP pole, with Oscar Piastri (L) second and Carlos Sainz third. (AP PHOTO)

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc has ended Max Verstappen's record-equalling run of Formula One pole positions in style to make himself favourite to become the first home winner of the Monaco Grand Prix since 1931.

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