Pérez adds uncertainty before pole position in Monaco

Pérez adds uncertainty before pole position in Monaco

charles leclerc you won’t be able to have a perfect weekend after Sergio Perez He took the best time in the last practice sessions of the Monaco GP. In a session with extreme equality between the Red Bull and Ferrari drivers, the Mexican was the fastest ‘in extremis’ in his last attempt at a good lap on the streets of the Principality.

This session had no little tension. All the drivers tried to test in qualifying conditions, which led to quite a few clashes. One of them had Sebastian Vettel Already Carlos Sainz as protagonists, and despite the four-time champion’s complaints, there was no formal investigation, much less a sanction for the Madrid native.

The friction with the wall was also evident. The biggest scare took him Lance Stroll, which will try to prevent it from happening again in the classification since it is a critical point. He did not get older, beyond the scare he got.

With Max Verstappen more hesitant than ever all weekend and Fernando Alonso in tenth position, the only reliable certainty for qualifying is that any failure will pay.

The mechanics will also come into play and, above all, the ‘porpoising’: the Mercedes are suffering from it more than ever throughout the season. Neither Lewis Hamilton nor George Russell lived up to what was seen in Barcelona, ​​so no one can download that they are two of the negative surprises for the final session.

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