F1 2022 Monaco GP Qualifying Results

The session came to an end early after Sergio Perez collided with the barriers at Portier with only 20 seconds remaining on the clock.


Charles Leclerc put in a classy performance to take pole position for Ferrari at the Monaco GP after a late crash for the Sergio Perez brought out the red flags and an early end to the session.

Leclerc had consistently topped the time sheets throughout the sessions, and was looking on for an even faster lap in the final 30 seconds of Q3 before Perez slid his Red Bull into the barriers at Portier.

The incident brought out the red flags, but not before the other Ferrari of Carlos Sainz came around the corner and collided with the Red Bull, the Spaniard saying he had seen the yellow flags waved too late.

Max Verstappen was unable to keep up with the pace of his teammate and the Ferraris throughout qualifying, and the world champion will start tomorrow’s race from 4th.

PosDriverTeamQ3 Time
1Charles LeclercFerrari1:11:376
2Carlos SainzFerrari+0:225
3Sergio PerezRed Bull+0:253
4Max VerstappenRed Bull+0:290
5Lando NorrisMcLaren+0:473
6George RussellMercedes+0:736
7Fernando AlonsoAlpine+0:871
8Lewis HamiltonMercedes+1:184
9Sebastian VettelAston Martin+1:356
10Esteban OconAlpine+1:671
11Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauriEliminated in Q2
12Valtteri BottasAlfa RomeoEliminated in Q2
13Kevin MagnussenHaasEliminated in Q2
14Daniel RicciardoMcLarenEliminated in Q2
15Mick SchumacherHaasEliminated in Q2
16Alex AlbonWilliamsEliminated in Q1
17Pierre GaslyAlphaTauriEliminated in Q1
18Lance StrollAston MartinEliminated in Q1
19Nicholas LatifiWilliamsEliminated in Q1
20Zhou GuanyuAlfa RomeoEliminated in Q1


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