2022 – F1: Monaco Grand Prix 2022 – LIVE! | single formula

“I think if I can stay in P5 “I would be very happy,” Sky Sports’ Lando Norris told Natalie Pinkham of Sky Sports. “We’ll keep our heads down.”

In the meantime, it’s raining on the racetrack! According to the moderators, it is significantly reduced. Does this affect the launch strategy?

Monaco is always differentYou have to focus. Starting from the front is the best thing you can have here,” said former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa, who keeps his fingers crossed for the Scuderia.

Just over 15 minutes Until the match kicks off.

Alain Prost He was asked about the advice he would give young drivers on the grid: “I don’t think they need advice. What they show as young drivers is really extraordinary. They’ve known what they’ve been doing for a few years now. I’m really excited to see how they handle a race like this, especially when it’s A little wet.”

“They only want to talk to the contestantsYou don’t talk to me when I’m here [on the grid]Mercedes’ Toto Wolff jokes while Martin Brundle holds his collar. “It’s okay, it’s good to get it wrong sometimes,” Wolff adds of the team’s current struggles.

“genuinely?” Brandl’s Answers.

“Yes, that will make us more successful in the future,” Wolf replies.

He adds to Hamilton: “You can see the maturity. He gets along really well… He’s a team player.”

I should note that these amusing quotes are all provided by Sky Sports F1.

Ferrari Team Principal Mattia Binotto: “I hope it doesn’t rain… It’s good to have you in the front row… We will do everything as a team to get the most out of the race… Let’s get off to a good start, grab the situations that are never easy, and we’ll see what we can do next.” .

Speaking Pierre Gasly (Scuderia Alpha Toure): “According to our radar, it won’t rain…but I asked the whole team to do a rain dance because that’s what we need.”

“Favorite It must be Karl [Leclerc]”But we have to start,” Christian Horner says to Brandl.

Lewis Hamilton He said only a wet race could save him from more misery at the Monaco Grand Prix.

While home favorite Charles Leclerc finished third in the most races, Hamilton slipped to eighth, trailing his Mercedes teammate George Russell, by two places.

“I don’t dance, but I want it to rain, so I don’t drive eighth in a dry place,” said Hamilton.

“You can’t overtake, so hopefully the weather will cooperate and maybe we can use a different strategy. We weren’t very good in the slow corners in the last race so I expected it to be tough but it’s worse than we expected because it’s very bouncy.

“It would be nice to have some luck. I’ve had bad luck all year, so it will stop at some point.” (PA)

Martin Brandles The legendary Gridwalk goes on, go, go!

Network centers after rehabilitation:

1 Charles Leclerc (Mon) Ferrari 1 minute 11.376 seconds
2 Carlos Sainz Jr (Spa) Ferrari 1: 11.601
3 Sergio Perez (mix) Red Bull 1: 11.629
4 Max Verstappen (Ned) Red Bull 1: 11.666
5 Lando Norris (JBR) McLaren 1: 11.849
6 George Russell (Gbr) Mercedes GP 1: 12.112
7 Fernando Alonso (Spa) Alpine 1: 12.247.247
8 Lewis Hamilton (GB) Mercedes GP 1: 12560
9- Sebastian Vettel (D) Aston Martin 1: 12.732
10 Esteban Ocon (Fra) Alpine 1: 13.047.2007
11 Yuki Tsunoda (Japan) Scuderia Alpha
12 Valtteri Bottas (VIN) Alfa Romeo Racing 1: 12.909
13 Kevin Magnussen (Dean) Haas F1 1: 12.921
14 Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) McLaren 1: 12.964
15 Mick Schumacher (D) Haas F1 1: 13.081
16 Alexander Albon (tha) Williams 1: 13.611
17 Pierre Gasly (FRA) Scuderia Alpha Torri 1: 13.660
18 Lance Stroll (Canon) Aston Martin 1:13.678
19 Nicholas Latifi (Kahn) Williams 1:14.403
20 Guanyu Zhou (Chn) Alfa Romeo Racing 1: 15.606

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Preamble

Red Bull world champion Max Verstappen leads the drivers’ championship by six points, but Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who is currently second, sits first in Monaco this afternoon.

Is today the day Monaco Leclerc win the roads to it? Last year he was in pole position despite having a crash, but it turns out the shunt destroyed his gearbox and he couldn’t even take his place on the grid to start the race.

He might have better luck today. It’s notoriously difficult to overtake Monaco, so the Ferrari driver is well-prepared to beat rival Verstappen and take the lead in the 2022 title race. But rain is out of the question, and there will be (hopefully) some other impactful elements to spice up what Ferrari hopes to be a parade. It’s up!

Lights out: 2pm UK time / 3pm Monaco time