Leclerc fastest as Vettel hits the wall in Monaco
Local hero Charles Leclerc was fastest for Ferrari in final practice for the Monaco Grand Prix on Saturday while team mate Sebastian Vettel crashed, with mechanics hurrying to repair the car for qualifying.
Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton, who was fastest in both Friday sessions, was third for Mercedes and 0.213 off the pace.
The Mercedes cars took to the track with their 'halo' devices painted red in a tribute to triple champion Niki Lauda, the Mercedes non-executive chairman who died on Monday.
Vettel locked up and crashed nose first into the barriers at Sainte Devote, with his damaged car swiftly craned off the circuit.
Ferrari said the car had been fixed and the German, a four-times world champion and double winner in Monaco, would be fine for qualifying.
While Leclerc's time delighted the crowd, with plenty of support on a sunny afternoon in the principality, the 21-year-old was summoned to stewards and reprimanded for an infringement of the virtual safety car procedure after Vettel's crash.