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Charles Leclerc

Starting grid for the F1 2022 Italian GP

Here is the full starting grid for the 2022 F1 Italian Grand Prix.

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The starting grid for the Italian Grand Prix will look quite different from the order in which the drivers finished qualifying, with a raft of grid penalties having been handed out.

Saturday's fastest man Charles Leclerc will start from pole position, with George Russell alongside him on the front row, and the McLarens of Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo third and fourth.

Max Verstappen finished Q3 in second place, but drops to seventh after his penalty.

Verstappen's teammate Sergio Perez has a 10-place grid drop and starts 13th, while penalties for Carlos Sainz and Lewis Hamilton see that duo line up 18th and 19th on the grid.

The starting grid below is provisional until confirmed by F1's governing body, the FIA.

Starting grid 2022 Italian Grand Prix

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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