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Leclerc hit with Monaco grid penalty for impeding Norris

Charles Leclerc has been demoted from third to sixth on the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix after impeding Lando Norris during qualifying. The Ferrari driver was in the tunnel section going slowly on a cool-down lap when Lando Norris approached on a timed attempt, having to back off and abort his lap. After discussing the incident for nearly two hours, Leclerc was handed a three-place grid penalty that promotes Esteban Ocon to third, Carlos Sainz to fourth and Lewis Hamilton to fifth. The stewards deemed that Leclerc himself was not to blame for the incident and had reacted impressively, but that Ferrari did not give him the information it could and should have to avoid impeding another...
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