- Ferrari's Charles Leclerc Sets The Pace and Earns P1 in Monaco: Monaco GP Qualifying Results
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Ferrari's Charles Leclerc Sets The Pace and Earns P1 in Monaco: Monaco GP Qualifying Results
Charles Leclerc is continuing to prove he is the king of Monaco, earning P1 for the second year in a row after today’s qualifying sessions. Leclerc owned the fastest times in each one of the Qualifying sessions, with his fastest lap coming in Q3 (1:11.376). His teammate, Carlos Sainz, managed to qualify in second after receiving a fine and a slap on the wrist for blocking Lance Stroll in FP3. Red Bull’s Sergio Perez rounds out the top three, with Max Verstappen finishing in P4. If you want to bet on tomorrow’s Monaco Grand Prix, you’ll be able to through any of the Michigan online gambling sites.
Monaco is a slow corner track, and no one takes slow corners better than Ferrari–so it makes sense how Leclerc and Sainz managed to finish one-two. Max Verstappen was hoping to find himself amongst the top three, yet was seemingly dealing with car troubles throughout all three rounds. He always seemed to be a couple hundredths of a second behind the Ferrari’s, and it shows in the final result. He would’ve had one more lap to make up some ground in Q3, yet a spin-out by Sergio Perez while heading into the tunnel (followed by a collision with Carlos Sainz) caused a red flag that ended the session early.
|1. Charles Leclerc||Ferrari||Q1: 1:12.569||Q2: 1:11.864||Q3: 1:11.376|
|2. Carlos Sainz||Ferrari||Q1: 1:12.616||Q2: 1:12.074||Q3: 1:11.601|
|3. Sergio Perez||Red Bull||Q1: 1:13.004||Q2: 1:11.954||Q3: 1:11.629|
|4. Max Verstappen||Red Bull||Q1: 1:12.993||Q2: 1:12.117||Q3: 1:11.666|
|5. Lando Norris||McLaren||Q1: 1:12.993||Q2: 1:12.266||Q3: 1:11.849|
|6. George Russell||Mercedes||Q1: 1:12.787||Q2: 1:12.617||Q3: 1:12.112|
|7. Fernando Alonso||Alpine||Q1: 1:13.394||Q2: 1:12.688||Q3: 1:12.247|
|8. Lewis Hamilton||Mercedes||Q1: 1:13.444||Q2: 1:12.595||Q3: 1:12.560|
|9. Sebastian Vettel||Aston Martin||Q1: 1:13.313||Q2: 1:12.613||Q3: 1:12.732|
|10. Esteban Ocon||Alpine||Q1: 1:12.848||Q2: 1:12.528||Q3: 1:13.047|
|11. Yuki Tsunoda||AlphaTauri||Q1: 1:13.110||Q2: 1:12.797|
|12. Valtteri Bottas||Alfa Romeo||Q1: 1:13.541||Q2: 1:12.909|
|13. Kevin Magnussen||Haas||Q1: 1:13.069||Q2: 1:12.921|
|14. Daniel Ricciardo||McLaren||Q1: 1:13.338||Q2: 1:12.964|
|15. Mick Schumacher||Haas||Q1: 1:13.469||Q2: 1:13.081|
|16. Alexander Albon||Williams||Q1: 1:13.611|
|17. Pierre Gasly||AlphaTauri||Q1: 1:13.660|
|18. Lance Stroll||Aston Martin||Q1: 1:13.678|
|19. Nicholas Latifi||Williams||Q1: 1:14.403|
|20. Zhou Guanyu||Alfa Romeo||Q1: 1:15.606|