Leclerc, who was very quick over the weekend and was the fastest name in practice except for practice 3, managed to be the fastest name in all three qualifying sessions and finished won pole position at home.
The session was interrupted by a red flag 30 seconds before the checkered flag was waved by Sergio Perez’s crash and the ratings could not be improved.
Carlos Sainz finished the session in 2nd place, but couldn’t avoid crashing into Perez’s car. Although Perez crashed at the last minute at the end of the weekend, he took 3rd place.
The Monaco GP will start at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday.
Session 3: Leclerc is on pole, it’s a mess!
Leclerc started the session very well, during which the name to win pole position will be determined, and by clocking 1:11.376 in the first fast laps, he obtained a difference of 0.2 seconds compared to his opponent the closer and was able to temporarily take pole position. After the first straights, Leclerc was followed by teammate Carlos Sainz, while Red Bull drivers Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen took 3rd and 4th places.
After the first rights, Fernando Alonso had started the best, followed by Lando Norris, Lewis Hamilton, George Russell, Sebastian Vettel and Esteban Ocon. It was used on Norris, Hamilton, Russell and Ocon in the opening laps, while the others had fresh tyres.
The drivers were trying to improve their ratings after their second time on the track. Leclerc, notably the fastest of the weekend, looked set to improve on his pole position with the best time in the first sector, but Perez’s crash caused the session to be terminated prematurely.
Perez hit the barriers on the left around the corner from Portier. Thereupon, first yellow flags and then red flags were waved. Sainz, who was following Perez closely until the session was called off, also slammed into Perez and the road there was closed. All the drivers behind them had to stop their vehicles. On the same lap, Fernando Alonso crashed on another part of the track.
Leclerc took pole position in Monaco with a time of 1:11.376, followed by Sainz and Perez.
Verstappen stayed out of the lead battle all weekend and finished just 4th, 0.290 seconds behind.
McLaren driver Lando Norris continued his strength in practice and managed to be the best of the remaining 5th. He was followed by George Russell from Mercedes and Alonso from Alpine.
While Lewis Hamilton was 8th, Sebastian Vettel, who managed to go until the last session, was 9th. Although Esteban Ocon made it to the final session, he couldn’t get past tenth position.
Session 2: Leclerc becomes leader again, Perez is closely followed
Leclerc’s superior form continued in the second qualifying session. Leclerc, who was the fastest in all but the 3rd training session, became the first player to break the 1:12 mark in the 2nd qualifying session. Leclerc was the quickest clocking 1:11.864 at the end of the session. Leclerc missed a call for the scale in Session 2, but was quickly stopped and pushed back into the scale by the mechanics.
Especially Sergio Perez, who managed to get very close to Leclerc today, finished the second session 0.090 seconds behind him, followed by Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen, who couldn’t get close to the front this weekend. .
Although Lewis Hamilton had tire heating problems in the second session, he managed to pass the session 7th.
Yuki Tsunoda, Valtteri Bottas, Kevin Magnussen, Daniel Ricciardo and Mick Schumacher were eliminated in the second session.
Session 1: Leclerc in the lead, Gasly eliminated
Charles Leclerc was fastest in the opening qualifying session of the Monaco GP, followed by teammate Carlos Sainz.
In the session with the most traffic, the ratings improved with each round and the positions constantly changed hands. With about 3 minutes to go, the referees stopped the session with red flags after AlphaTauri rider Yuki Tsunoda punctured a tire during chican contact. When the session was stopped, the elimination zone included Daniel Ricciardo, Esteban Ocon, Nicholas Latifi, Yuki Tsunoda and Zhou Guanyu. Just in front of this area, Sebastian Vettel and Lando Norris were in danger.
When the session started again, there was a time of 2 minutes and 25 seconds, so the pilots fought for position on the track and naturally there were names who could not start the clock because the time was short.
Leclerc, who did not take to the track after the red flag, was the fastest name with a time of 1:12.569 in the first session, followed by Sainz at 0.047 seconds and George Russell at 0.2 seconds .
Esteban Ocon, who was in the elimination hoop, moved up to 4th place, Lando Norris to 5th place, Yuki Tsunoda to 9th place and Daniel Ricciardo to 11th place with a smooth ride, while the names eliminated were Alex Albon, Pierre Gasly, Lance Stroll. , Latifi and Zhou.
Gasly, who was 5th in the last training session, said they were aiming to stay clear of trouble in qualifying after the strong performance but once again he couldn’t stay away. difference. Gasly failed to start his last lap in time after the red flag and was eliminated in the first session.