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SPAIN GP (departure at 3 p.m.)

Another thrilling new chapter in the world championship for very, very fast cars.

Charles Leclerc will start ahead at the Spanish Grand Prix this Sunday, just ahead of his rival Max Verstappen.

The Ferrari driver, leader of the world championship, slammed the 13th pole of his career on his last attempt during qualifying on Saturday.

A feat for the Scuderia, which had been waiting for such an event in Barcelona since 2008.

The Monegasque will feel the breath of Max Verstappen right behind him in his Red Bull.

The Dutch defending champion is 19 points behind Leclerc before this sixth GP of the season.

The mano a mano continues and it promises to be enticing.

“Because the duel between Leclerc and Verstappen is on track to enter the legend of F1, we meet shortly before the start, at 3 p.m.

  • Sport

  • Formula 1 (F1)

  • Spain

  • Grand Prize

  • Charles Leclerc

  • Max Verstappen

  • Red Bull

  • Ferrari

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