Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes director agree on Monaco GP concerns – 'It was a surprise'

“Ferrari’s look really strong, surprising to see them improve so much, but that’s great, it means more competition.”

It was tight again between Hamilton and Verstappen, with the Mercedes driver just 0.007secs quicker than Red Bull in the second session.

Hamilton only has three wins to his name in the Principality, whilst Verstappen has never had a podium that counts in Monaco.

Yet despite their impressive Thursday performance, Leclerc was aware practice doesn’t tell the whole story ahead of a race weekend, and can’t get too “carried away.”

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Sport Feed

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