Charles Leclerc will line up on pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix after a dream Saturday for the home hero in qualifying.
Sergio Perez's late crash brought the session to an early end, with Carlos Sainz set to join his Ferrari teammate on the front row.
Perez will start the race in third, alongside Max Verstappen on the second row of the grid.
Sunday's 78-lap race will start at 15:00 local time (14:00 BST) with rain showers forecast into the afternoon.
2022 F1 Monaco GP race start times
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