Charles Leclerc beat Lewis Hamilton to a surprise pole position for Ferrari at the Singapore Grand Prix.

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The Italian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Formula Passion journalist Luca Manacorda.
Who was more cooked at the Italian Grand Prix: the F1 TV director or Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari career? Plus is Nico Rosberg really the new Jacques Villeneuve? And if so, what happens to the old Jacques Villeneuve? And what about John Newhouse?
Charles Leclerc celebrates at the Italian Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc has scored a memorable victory in front of Ferrari's home crowd at the Italian Grand Prix.
The Belgian Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features BBC 5 Live commentator Jack Nicholls.
Charles Leclerc on track at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc has dedicated his first Formula One victory to late racing rival Anthoine Hubert after beating championship leader Lewis Hamilton to the chequered flag by less than a second at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel congratulates Charles Leclerc on his third career F1 pole.
Ferrari dominated qualifying, but Friday race pace suggested the grand prix will be anything but easy for polesitter Charles Leclerc.
Charles Leclerc on track at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc leads a Ferrari front-row lockout ahead of teammate Sebastian Vettel at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc smiles in the pit lane at the 2019 German Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc topped the practice time sheet, but Ferrari's position at the front fo the pack is far from secure.
Sebastian Vettel smiles in the press conference ahead of the 2019 German Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says he isn't feeling the heat from his extended run of underperformance.
Charles Leclerc after taking pole in Austria.
Charles Leclerc claimed pole after teammate Sebastian Vettel was held in his garage with engine problems.
Charles Leclerc on track at the Austrian Grand Prix.
The competitive order is little clearer after a chaotic day of practice at the Red Bull Ring.
‘Rage quit’ isn’t a phrase heard thrown around in Formula One.
The most important question now is how integral Ferrari’s flaws are to its 2019 campaign. Only with that answer can it attempt to lift and salvage what’s left of its season.
The cost of Ferrari’s slow start to the season will be paid by its 2019 campaign eventually. Whether the payment ultimately bankrupts its campaign will be decided this weekend.
So still that question hangs in the air as Formula One hurtles towards its European leg of the season. is anyone good enough to beat Mercedes? On current form, the answer is a resounding no.

Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto has admitted Mercedes has the quicker car after his team slumped to its fourth straight loss at the hands of the Silver Arrows.

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Charles Leclerc reaffirmed Ferrari’s place at the head of the field with the fastest lap of final practice on Saturday afternoon in Azerbaijan.

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