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Monaco Grand Prix 2022

Starting grid for the 2022 F1 Monaco Grand Prix

Here is the provisional starting grid for the 2022 F1 Monaco Grand Prix, which will be held on the streets of Monte Carlo on Sunday.

Ferrari Monaco
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Charles Leclerc will start the Monaco Grand Prix from pole position, having set the fastest lap of qualifying on his first and only attempt in Saturday's session.

The hour ended in chaos as a result of Sergio Perez crashing his Red Bull at Portier, with Carlos Sainz hitting his Ferrari into the sideways Red Bull just a few seconds later.

The resulting blockage meant the red flags were shown, with Leclerc taking his second consecutive Monaco pole position in similar circumstances.

It's an all-Ferrari front row, with Sainz starting alongside Leclerc, while the Red Bulls will attack from behind with Perez and Max Verstappen occupying third and fourth place respectively.

Lando Norris led the battle for best of the rest, with the McLaren driver pipping Mercedes' George Russell for fifth.

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

Starting grid for the 2022 F1 Monaco Grand Prix

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

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F1 2022 Monaco Grand Prix RN365 News dossier

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