Despite a dominant race by Leclerc in Spain, it was Verstappen who saw the chequered flag first since Charles had to retire the car. Surely, he will try to become the 2nd ever Monaco-native to win this glamorous GP since Nico Rosberg won three races in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Mercedes also seems to have done major steps forward and should start pressuring the two top teams for podiums and possibly for race wins given the appropriate circumstances.
With Ferrari having the best car in slow and medium corners, I expect to see Charles and Carlos take the front row this weekend. The model gives the pole to Max (52.2% vs. 47.8% over Leclerc). With these year’s ups and downs it’s hard to tell who will be better at each race, so it is interesting to see how the season evolves.
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