In the home race, Charles Leclerc is in pole position at the Monaco Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver has dominated the standings this Saturday (28) and will start for the fifth time in the 2022 season. Despite an accident in the last part of the session, Carlos Sainz has completely completed the Ferrari front line in the principality.
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Championship leader Max Verstappen will start in fourth place with Red Bull, behind teammate Sergio Pérez, who has dropped out of the standings. McLaren’s Lando Norris closed out the top-5.
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Charles Leclerc, pole: Leclerc praises Ferrari’s pace in Monaco and says he “just needed to get the lap right”
Carlos Sainz, second: Sainz regrets red flag after Q3 accident in Monaco: “It’s a pity”
Sergio Pérez, third: Pérez admits concern after Monaco accident: “We have to see if we are ready”
Max Verstappen, fourth: Verstappen regrets Monaco’s Q3 final confusion, but admits: “Pole belonged to Leclerc”
Lando Norris, fifth: Norris celebrates 5th place on the grid, but avoids dreaming of the podium: “Monaco is different”
George Russell, sixth: Russell says Monaco’s 6th place is “a reason to be excited” and hopes: “Let the rain come”
Fernando Alonso, seventh: Alonso wants a “chaotic” race with rain in Monaco and admits accident mistake in Q3
Lewis Hamilton, eighth: Hamilton sees Mercedes 0s6 away from Ferrari “even on perfect return” in Monaco