Carlos Sainz delighted the Ferrari fans ahead of Sunday's Italian Grand Prix at Monza by taking pole position, his first at Monza and the fourth of his career. In the final attempt, the Spaniard narrowly beat the time of Max Verstappen, who will start the race from second place. An additional dose of optimism was provided by Sainz's teammate Charles Leclerc, who won the third starting position, and both Ferrari racers were exempted from driving too slowly in the first part of qualifying, so their qualifying achievement is not in jeopardy. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1697988872779522375 Mercedes driver George Russell will also start the race from the second starting row. Sergio Perez was fifth, Alex Albon sixth, Oscar Piastri seventh, Lewis Hamilton eighth, Lando Norris ninth, and Fernando Alonso tenth.
Carlos Sainz was the fastest driver in the last free practice of Formula One in Monza. The Ferrari driver was 0.086 seconds faster than Max Verstappen and half a second ahead of Lewis Hamilton in third place. Ferrari's second driver, Charles Leclerc, and Aston Martin's star, Fernando Alonso, also finished the training session among the top five.
Max Verstappen expects to have a good chance of winning the race despite the engine change penalty due to compromises in the car's settings. Verstappen was only slower in qualifying than Charles Leclerc, who will start Ferrari's home race from first place. But the Dutchman used a new power unit and therefore lost five starting places, so he will start the race from seventh place. At Red Bull, the settings for more vacuum were taken before qualifying, which cost the current world champion speed on the flats, but Verstappen expects that at the expense of these settings, he will wear tires less in the race, thus aiming for another victory against Ferrari, whose racers appeared more unstable during race simulations. "We still have a good final fast
The race for the Italian Grand Prix will start from the pole position of the winner of the qualification Charles Leclerc, but he will be joined on the front row by the Mercedes driver George Russell due to the series of penalty losses of the racers. Thus, the second fastest in qualifying, Mx Verstappen, will start the race from seventh place. VN Italije 2022, štartni vrstni red: .Dirkač Časrazl.km/h1 Charles Leclerc1'20.161 260.1612 George Russell1'21.5421.381255.7553 Lando Norris1'21.5841.423255.6234 Daniel Ricciardo1'21.9251.764254.5595 Pierre Gasly1'22.6482.487252.3326 Fernando Alonso 7 Max Verstappen1' 20.3060.145259.6918 Nyck de Vries1'22.4712.310252.8749 Zhou Guanyu1'22.5772.416252.54910 Nicholas Latifi1'22.5872.426252.51911 Sebastian Vettel1'22.6362.475252.36912 Lance Stroll1'2
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz were fastest at Ferrari's home race for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The Maranello racers, who are sporting a touch of yellow this weekend, were two-tenths of a second faster than George Russell in third place, with the young Brit this time faster than Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who was fifth. Max Verstappen, who was unable to set a fast lap on soft tires due to the crowd on the track, was fifth, while the sixth and seventh times were achieved by Alpine team racers Esteban Ocon and Fernando Alonso. Juki Tsunoda, Valtteri Bottas and Daniel Ricciardo also finished training in the top ten.
The leader in the classification of the F1 championship, Max Verstappen, will lose five starting places before Sunday's race due to the use of an additional engine, and in addition to Lewis Hamilton, Carlos Sainz and Sergio Perez will also serve penalties in the race. Verstappen already used a completely new engine in the race in Belgium, where he started the race from fifteenth place, but due to the great advantage of the Red Bull racing car on the flats, the team decided to add another engine to the stock in Monza, because the upcoming races in Singapore and Japan do not allow such an easy breakthrough from the background. As expected, the additional fourth engine was used by Perez, who will thus lose ten places, and in Monza the Mexican will use a new, fourth gearbox, which will not bring him a penalty. The Spaniards will start Ferrari's home race from the very beginning
Lewis Hamilton will have to use a new power unit in the F1 race for the Italian Grand Prix in Monza, and because of this he will be in the background at the start. The Briton used a new power unit for the race in Belgium, but collided with Fernando Alonso on the first lap of the race, causing engine damage as Hamilton continued to drive for 90 seconds after the collision, despite the unit leaking coolant . Mercedes aren't entirely sure they want to return the unit to the range of engines Hamilton could still use, so they'll replace some powertrain components at Monza, where it's easier to make up lost places. Unofficially, a change of drive elements is also expected at Red Bull, where Sergio Perez needs an additional engine until the end of the season, so the Mexican would
Last Formula 1 season will be recorded as one of the most exciting in its history. We only decided on the champion in the last race of the season, when after controversial decisions by race director Michael Masi, Max Verstappen won by overtaking the victory in the last lap. The season was so full of exciting moments. That's why the fans had to work hard after choosing the best race of last season on the official Formula 1 website. More than 52 fans took part in the poll. 000% of all participants chose the Monza race as the best race of the season. This, in addition to the collision and resignation of the best two racers of the season, marked the McLaren team. Daniel Ricciardo brought the Woking team its first victory since 19. The success was complemented by a second-place Lando Norris. That is
Formula 1 has revealed four historic races that viewers believe are untouchable. A recent poll conducted by Formula 1 among spectators around the world found that four of the oldest races on the calendar are also the most popular. “Monaco, Spa, Silverstone and Monza are the most popular races among spectators of all ages, almost no matter how long they follow Formula 1,” revealed James Allen, president of Motorsport Network, who conducted the survey. "We conducted the survey in 2015 and 2017 and a lot of the questions were the same in all three surveys, making it easier to compare opinions. Interestingly, not much has changed in terms of the most popular races." Although there were no races in Japan and Brazil last year, these two trials are next on the list of most popular
Daniel Ricciardo won the Formula 1 race in Monza, where McLaren's team success was complemented by Australian teammate Lando Norris in second place. The McLaren team celebrated its first double F1 victory after the 2010 Canadian Grand Prix. was penalized with five seconds for overtaking off the track. The Mexican lost another place against Charles Leclerc, who comforted Tifose at least somewhat with fourth place in the Ferrari race car. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1437060520587235329 The race was spiced up by a new collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappn in the 26th lap of the race, which ended with the resignation of both