Charles Leclerc takes the pole position for qualifying in the 2023 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix. Charles won the pole position for the Las Vegas Grand Prix after qualifying in a valuable race of Formula One in Sin City.
The 2023 Las Vegas is a Formula One motor race whose qualifying match took place today and Charles has taken the pole coming at first rank. Charles was driving the Ferrari.
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Charles was 0.044 seconds faster than teammate Carlos Sainz and thus will start the pole position for the Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix 2023. Carlos was second quickest after Charles but now will start 12th due to a 10-place grid penalty.
Max Verstappen of Red Bull was the thirst fastest with 0.378 seconds behind Charles. Now he will start the race alongside Charles after the penalty of Carlos. He has also come to rank second.
George Russell of Mercedes finished fourth ahead of Pierre Gasly who was driving Alpine. Fernando Alonso fell from fourth to fifth number in the final few seconds of the race. Fernando struggled with a difficult track while driving the race. However, he is happy with the laps on difficult tracks and excited to start his race journey.
Charles was a strong contender for pole since taking to the track on race. He finished with a small margin than might have been expected. He was more than 0.5 seconds faster than the second number Carlos.
Charles admitted that he had not optimized his performance in the final part of qualifying. He said, of course, I am delighted. It is an incredible event for the first race in Las Vegas and starting from poles is fantastic.
However, he said he was disappointed with his laps in the race as he didn’t do a good enough job. But it was sufficient to complete the pole.
Charles Leclerc is a Monacan racing driver who has recently raced in Formula One for Scuderia Ferrari. He won the GP3 Series championship in 2016 and the FIA Formula 2 Championship in 2017.
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