Charles Leclerc secures pole position in inaugural Miami Grand Prix as Hamilton battles to secure sixth in qualifying

CHARLES LECLERC secured pole position in Sunday’s inaugural Miami Grand Prix as Ferrari secured a front row lockout. As for George Russell, the Silver Arrows ace could only secure a 12th-place start for Sunday’s race. He was out in Q2 after a disappointing lap, where he hit out at his underperforming car. Russell said: “I just don’t have the confidence in the car today.”. Leclerc secured a much-needed pole after finishing in sixth place at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix last time out. We are starting on pole and we need to finish the job tomorrow. “Of course you want to be on pole, but where we came from I think we did a really good job.

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