Charles Leclerc will start his home Monaco Grand Prix on pole position, Ferrari confirmed on Sunday after further checks of his car's gearbox.
"Following further in-depth checks this morning, no apparent defects were found," Ferrari said in a statement.
"Therefore the Monegasque driver will start today's race from pole position, as per the qualifying result."
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Leclerc will have Red Bull's title contender Max Verstappen alongside on the front row with Mercedes' championship leader Lewis Hamilton lining up a distant seventh for the fifth round of the season.
Ferrari have not won a race since 2019 and the only Monegasque to win his home grand prix was Louis Chiron in 1931, long before the Formula One world championship came into existence in 1950.
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