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F1 Results Today: Verstappen misery continues as Ferrari set impressive pace

F1 Results Today: Verstappen misery continues as Ferrari set impressive pace

F1 Results Today: Verstappen misery continues as Ferrari set impressive pace

F1 Results Today: Verstappen misery continues as Ferrari set impressive pace

Ferrari once again demonstrated their pace advantage at the Monaco Grand Prix, with Charles Leclerc topping timesheets ahead of qualifying for his home race.

Leclerc has previously been on pole twice in Monaco, but has never won the race, a fact that he is desperate to change this weekend, and if the three practice sessions are anything to go by, he and his Ferrari team have a good chance.

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FP3 saw Max Verstappen bounce back with a second-place finish, but he has struggled to match Leclerc's impressive pace all weekend, and was moaning once again about his 'on a knife edge' RB20. Lewis Hamilton continued his good form around the track by rounding out the top three.

Around 15 minutes into the session, an unusual incident caught Hamilton out, when his former team-mate Valtteri Bottas was left stranded in the middle of the track, prompting a red flag.

Bottas slammed into the barriers and broke his front right wheel, leaving him grounded on the penultimate corner unable to go anywhere. A red flag was waved, but the positioning of Bottas' car surprised Hamilton as he was returning to the pits, and he too was stuck on track until marshals managed to recover the Finn's car.

F1 FP3 Results: Monaco Grand Prix 2024

1. Charles Leclerc [Ferrari] - 1:11.369sec
2. Max Verstappen [Red Bull] - +0.197sec
3. Lewis Hamilton [Mercedes] - +0.341sec
4. Oscar Piastri [McLaren] - +0.532sec
5. Sergio Perez [Red Bull] - +0.554sec
6. George Russell [Mercedes] - +599sec
7. Carlos Sainz [Ferrari] - +0.610sec
8. Lando Norris [McLaren] - +0.619sec
9. Yuki Tsunoda [RB] - +0.622sec
10. Fernando Alonso [Aston Martin] - +0.718sec
11. Pierre Gasly [Alpine] - +0.775sec
12. Alexander Albon [Williams] - +0.811sec
13. Nico Hulkenberg [Haas] - +0.823sec
14. Kevin Magnussen [Haas] - +0.846sec
15. Lance Stroll [Aston Martin] - +0.962sec
16. Esteban Ocon [Alpine] - +1.103sec
17. Logan Sargeant [Williams] - +1.334sec
18. Daniel Ricciardo [RB] - +1.460sec
19. Guanyu Zhou [Kick Sauber] - +2.461sec
20. Valtteri Bottas [Kick Sauber] - No time

Who is the current F1 world champion?

Max Verstappen currently leads the drivers' championship, and will be hoping to achieve a fourth world title this season.

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