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    F1 2023 Italian GP Starting Grid – Final Grid Positions

    Sainz edged out Verstappen to pole position in a tight qualifying battle at Monza.

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    Carlos Sainz sent the throng of Tifosi into raptures as he denied Max Verstappen pole position for the Italian Grand Prix.

    Charles Leclerc made it a Ferrari 1-3 after briefly holding provisional pole, with George Russell quickest of the Mercedes in fourth ahead of Sergio Perez.

    Alex Albon continued his rich run of form with sixth fastest ahead of Oscar Piastri and Lewis Hamilton, who struggled during the session. 

    Former McLaren colleagues Lando Norris and Fernando Alonso rounded off the top 10 while row six will be an all-AlphaTauri affair with Yuki Tsunoda ahead of stand-in rookie teammate Liam Lawson.

    It was a bad day for Alpine as both Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon could only manage 17th and 18th respectively while Lance Stroll’s horror weekend continued as he qualified 20th and last on the grid.

    F1 2023 Italian Grand Prix- Starting Grid

    PosDriverTeam
    1Carlos SainzFerrari
    2Max VerstappenRed Bull
    3Charles LeclercFerrari
    4George RussellMercedes
    5Sergio PerezRed Bull
    6Alex AlbonWilliams
    7Oscar PiastriMcLaren
    8Lewis HamiltonMercedes
    9Lando NorrisMcLaren
    10Fernando AlonsoAston Martin
    11Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri
    12Liam LawsonAlphaTauri
    13Nico HulkenbergHaas
    14Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo
    15Logan SargeantWilliams
    16Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo
    17Pierre GaslyAlpine
    18Esteban OconAlpine
    19Kevin MagnussenHaas
    20Lance StrollAston Martin

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