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F1 2024 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

F1 2024 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

F1 2024 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

F1 2024 Monaco Grand Prix starting grid with penalties applied

Penalties have caused a grid shakeup for today's 2024 F1 Monaco Grand Prix with local boy Charles Leclerc claiming pole position in front of his home crowd.

The Ferrari star delivered a stunning performance in Saturday's qualifying, securing pole position for his home grand prix with a time of 1 minute and 10.270 seconds. This marks his third pole in Monaco and 24th overall in his career.

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McLaren's Oscar Piastri lines up second, followed by Carlos Sainz, Lando Norris and George Russell to round out the top five.

Max Verstappen's bid for a record-breaking ninth consecutive pole position was thwarted after a brush with the wall on his final lap. This drops him to sixth, with Lewis Hamilton right behind in seventh.

Further down the grid, Haas drivers Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen faced disappointment after qualifying 12th and 15th respectively. The stewards discovered a technical irregularity with their cars' DRS systems, resulting in disqualification from qualifying. Both drivers will now start from the back of the grid.

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F1 Monaco Grand Prix 2024 starting grid

1. Charles Leclerc [Ferrari]: 1:10.270sec
2. Oscar Piastri [McLaren]: +0.154sec
3. Carlos Sainz [Ferrari]: +0.248sec
4. Lando Norris [McLaren]: +0.272sec
5. George Russell [Mercedes]: +0.273sec
6. Max Verstappen [Red Bull]: +0.297sec
7. Lewis Hamilton [Mercedes]: +0.351sec
8. Yuki Tsunoda [VCARB]: +0.588sec
9. Alexander Albon [Williams]: +0.678sec
10. Pierre Gasly [Alpine]: +1.041sec
11. Esteban Ocon [Alpine]: +1.015sec
12. Daniel Ricciardo [VCARB]: +1.212sec
13. Lance Stroll [Aston Martin]: +1.293sec
14. Fernando Alonso [Aston Martin]: +1.749sec
15. Logan Sargeant [Williams]: +1.75sec
16. Sergio Perez [Red Bull]: +1.79sec
17. Valtteri Bottas [Kick Sauber]: +2.242sec
18. Zhou Guanyu [Kick Sauber]: +2.758sec
19. Nico Hulkenberg [Haas]
20. Kevin Magnussen [Haas]

When is the 2024 Monaco Grand Prix?

Lights out in Monaco set for 3pm local time on Sunday, May 26. This translates to 2pm in the UK, 9am EDT, 8am CDT, and 6am PDT, as well as 11pm in Australia and 3pm in South Africa.

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