F1 Monaco Grand Prix: Qualifying outcomes, beginning lineup for 2019 race


A lot for anyone aside from a Mercedes driver pulling off a shocking qualifying consequence and stealing the Monaco Grand Prix pole from the F1 crew that has dominated the 2019 season up to now.

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton took the pole for the Monaco Grand Prix with the quickest time in qualifying on Saturday. His teammate, Valterri Bottas, will begin second in Sunday’s race. Whereas Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel had a stable qualifying run and wlll begin the Monaco Grand Prix fourth, his teammate Charles Leclerc, the hometown child in Monaco, had a depressing first qualifying session and did not advance to Q2. He’ll begin the Monaco Grand Prix 16th.

MORE: The way to watch the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix

Mercedes has did not win the final two Monaco Grand Prix races, the crew’s worst present winless run in a single Grand Prix. If Mercedes does report a one-two end in Monaco, although – and the crew is actually arrange for it given the qualifying outcomes – it could be six such finishes in a row and the most effective streak in F1 historical past. Hamilton is looking for his fourth win of the season, and Bottas is in search of his third.

A beginning place of third for Purple Bull’s Max Verstappen is a welcome consequence for a crew coming into the Monaco Grand Prix with confidence. Purple Bull has collected 272 factors at Monte Carlo, the crew’s most at a single F1 circuit.

Beneath are the complete qualifying outcomes from Saturday’s session – the beginning lineup for the 2019 F1 Monaco Grand Prix.

Monaco Grand Prix qualifying outcomes, beginning lineup

F1 qualifying for the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix occurred Saturday, Could 25 at eight:55 a.m. ET and was broadcasted reside on ESPN2 with a reside stream obtainable on the ESPN app.

The F1 qualifying outcomes and beginning grid for the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix are under.

Pos.
Driver
Automobile/crew
1.
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
2.
Valterri Bottas
Mercedes
three.
Max Verstappen
Purple Bull
four.
Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
5.
Pierre Gasly
Purple Bull
6.
Kevin Magnussen
HAAS
7.
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault
eight.
Daniil Kvyat
Toro Rosso
9.
Carlos Sainz
McLaren
10.
Alexander Albon
Toro Rosso
11.
Nico Hulkenberg
Renault
12.
Lando Norris
McLaren
13.
Romain Grosjean
HAAS
14.
Kimi Raikkonen
Alfa Romeo
15.
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo
16.
Charles Leclerc
Ferrari
17.
Sergio Perez
Racing Level
18.
Lance Stroll
Racing Level
19.
George Russell
Williams
20.
Robert Kubica
Williams

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