Leclerc on pole in Russia for fourth race in a row
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc secured his fourth pole in a row, topping the times in qualifying Saturday for Sunday's Russian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton was second fastest in a Mercedes. Leclerc's teammate Sebastian Vettel was alongside Red Bull's Max Verstappen on the second row.
Charles Leclerc took his fourth pole position in a row for Ferrari at the Russian Grand Prix on Saturday with Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton joining the Monegasque on the front row for Mercedes.
The 21-year-old has now out-qualified his four times world champion team mate Sebastian Vettel, who starts third, for nine successive races.
Leclerc is also the first Ferrari driver since seven times champion Michael Schumacher to take four consecutive poles in a single season.