Leclerc will lose ten seats at the start in Canada after replacing the engine control unit

Due to engine problems, Leclerc did not finish two of the last four races and lost the championship lead. The Monaco rider, who triumphed in Bahrain and Australia at the beginning of the season, came out empty-handed in Spain and Azerbaijan.

In Friday’s practice in Montreal, Leclerc set the second fastest time behind the series leader and title defender Max Verstappen from Red Bull. In the standings, he lags behind 34 points after eight races.

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