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Marko believes Leclerc should be punished for qualifying incident

Article To news overview © XPB Helmut Marko feels that Charles Leclerc should be punished for missing the FIA weighbridge during qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix. The home town hero – who claimed pole position at the Circuit de Monaco – had to be pushed back down the pitl ane by his mechanics after he missed a call to be weighed during Q2. Ferrari have said that nothing was touched on the car on its way back to the weighbridge, and that it did not return to the garage between the call and being weighed. The incident is not under investigation by the stewards. But that has not stopped Marko from demanding punishment for Leclerc, on a day that saw the Ferrari driver out-qualify both...
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