Charles Lacklark has put Ferrari in the pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix, formula one leader Lewis Hamilton is the second fastest ranking for Mercedes, but is based on Steward's inquiry for alleged indirectity.
Lecler, 21, started from the front of the grid in Bahrain, scored a second one minute 3.003 second lap record for his second career pole, the second race of the 2019 season.
World champion and championship leader Lewis Hamilton was second on Saturday, 0.25 Lecturer's Adrift, Red Bull's Max Wiersteppen and Mercedes team-mate Voltaire Boatus.
Daniel Ricardo of Australia won 12th place for Renault.
Ferrari Sebastian Vettel had a mechanical problem with his car after the second session and was unable to participate in Q3. They will start the ninth on Sunday.
Denmark's Kevin Maguesen is fifth in the list of bets for the fifth, but due to gearbox penalties, he will go down to five places, and British Rookie Lendo Norris will be sixth on the grid for McLaren.
Leclar, 21, guarantees the speed shown in Friday's practice in the Friday morning practice in the Red Bull Ring.
"The car looked attractive, I struggled in FP1 (the first practice), but in FP2 we made some changes and it was pretty good," said Leclair.
"It's a big pleasure to drive this car on the border and it felt very nice. I am very happy to bring the Pole position home but tomorrow we need to complete the job.
"We are happy with the tire choices we made, but with the weather all there will be about management."
Hamilton was facing an investigation by a regent after an incident in which Rickcone could be blocked.
"Charles congratulates them, they are all weekend fast and we are not able to live with them," Hamilton said.
"Positioning was so difficult, I never got a slipstream.
"It was lasting tight and we did not know whether we would start that lap. Max (Werspappen) has been running well in all weekend and it is nice to see three of the three teams before. I represent more developed men. "
On the second front of Boatas, the position of Versteappan was an incentive for fans of the home of the Austrian Red Bull decor.
"I'm really happy at this moment, this weekend is a beautiful result, with improvements, the car is working well and has been really happy in the top three," he said.
Five-time F1 champion Hamilton has won the last four races and six matches this season, and is 36 points ahead of Botas, who has won two other races in the season. Vettel is ranked third on 76 points.