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Italian Grand Prix 2022

Provisional starting grid for the 2022 F1 Italian GP after mutiple grid penalties

Nearly four hours after qualifying ended, the FIA have finally published the starting grid for the Italian Grand Prix.

Leclerc Monza
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The FIA have finally published the Italian Grand Prix Formula 1 starting grid, showing Max Verstappen to be seventh.

There was much debate after qualifying over where the World Champion would line up for the race, after questions about how his five-place gird drop would be applied.

Some believed he faced a straight five-place drop to start, while others believed him to be starting fourth, with other drivers behind him also incurring penalties.

In the end, the FIA placed Verstappen seventh alongside Nyck de Vries, who is making his F1 debut in place of Alex Albon on medical grounds at Williams.

Charles Leclerc and George Russell will share the front row at Monza.

Provisional starting grid 2022 Italian F1 GP

Pos. Driver Team
1. Leclerc Ferrari
2. Russell Mercedes
3. Norris McLaren
4. Ricciardo McLaren
5. Gasly AlphaTauri
6. Alonso Alpine
7. Verstappen * Red Bull
8. De Vries Williams
9. Zhou Alfa Romeo
10. Latifi Williams
11. Vettel Aston Martin
12. Stroll Aston Martin
13. Perez * Red Bull
14. Ocon * Alpine
15. Bottas * Alfa Romeo
16. Magnussen * Haas
17. Schumacher * Haas
18. Sainz * Ferrari
19. Hamilton * Mercedes
20. Tsunoda * AlphaTauri

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