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F1: With upcoming off-weekend, teams still reflecting on what happened at Monaco

Nothing can throw chaos into a Formula One event like an unexpected bout of bad weather. And when it rains at the normally orderly Grand Prix of Monaco, making the correct adjustments is often the difference between winning and losing.

Charles Leclerc found out the hard way this past Sunday that sometimes no amount of skill behind the steering wheel can overcome a fatal mistake by the people on the other side of the radio.

Saturday’s qualifying session, where a strong performance is vital for success at Monaco, was a brilliant day for Ferrari. Leclerc claimed his third consecutive pole after posting the fastest lap in all three segments, and was joined on the front row by teammate Carlos Sainz, who beat both Red Bull drivers for less than a tenth of a second in Q3.


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