MONACO — As Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari burst out of the tunnel and into the daylight, two laps from victory, he began to tear up. “Charles, you cannot do that now. You still have two laps to finish,” his engineer reminded him. This grand prix had been his dream since childhood, growing up on these streets and watching the race from his family’s apartment. Leclerc had always imagined what it would be like to be out there racing — and winning. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc won the restarted Monaco Grand Prix from pole position on Sunday, marking his first F1 victory in nearly two years.

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