Formula 1 2022 Monaco Grand Prix results

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2022-05-29
7
Circuit de Monaco
64
Sergio Pérez PER
Charles Leclerc LEC
Lando Norris
lap 55 - 1:14.693
NOR

The 2022 Monaco Grand Prix was won by Sergio Pérez of Red Bull.
Despite being on pole position in Monaco, Charles Leclerc could not convert this into a win.

The race in Monaco was round 7 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 29 May 2022 13:00 GMT (raceday).

Mostly Cloudy
rain
70.41°F
76%
10.47 mph
185°
 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 64 1:56:30.265 25
2 64 +1.154 18
3 64 +1.491 15
4 64 +2.922 12
5 64 +11.968 10
6 64 +12.231 9
7 64 +46.358 6
8 64 +50.388 4
9 64 +52.525 2
10 64 +53.536 1
11 64 +54.289 0
12 64 +55.644 0
13 64 +57.635 0
14 64 +1:00.802 0
15 63 +1 Lap 0
16 63 +1 Lap 0
17 63 +1 Lap 0
48 Mechanical 0
24 Accident 0
19 Water pressure 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:11.376
2 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.225
3 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +0.253
4 Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.290
5 Lando Norris McLaren +0.473
6 George Russell Mercedes +0.736
7 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +0.871
8 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +1.184
9 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +1.356
10 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +1.671
11 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +1.421
12 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +1.533
13 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +1.545
14 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +1.588
15 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +1.705
16 Alexander Albon Williams +2.235
17 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +2.284
18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +2.302
19 Nicholas Latifi Williams +3.027
20 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +4.230

driver positions through the laps

2022 Monaco Grand Prix

The 2022 Monaco Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2022) was a Formula One motor race held on 29 May 2022 at the Circuit de Monaco in the Principality of Monaco. It was round 7 of 22 in the 2022 Formula One World Championship.Charles Leclerc took pole in front of Carlos Sainz Jr. and Sergio Pérez. The race started with a rolling start after a 65-minute delay. Leclerc lost the race lead to strategy error and dropped down to fourth place behind Max Verstappen and Sainz, as Pérez won the race.


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The most famous circuit on the calendar faced intense scrutiny during the build-up to the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix. This came amid complaints that the principality's penchant for producing dull races is no longer compatible with blockbuster modern-day Formula 1.
But those complaints were tempered by an 11th-hour cloud burst that forced the race start to be delayed and then required the leading ...

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The start was initially delayed by FIA race director Eduardo Freitas because rain fell on the grid, and a heavier downpour was expected.
When it was announced that there would be a formation lap behind the safety car, all teams were obliged to fit full wet tyres.
Tyres have to be fitted five minutes before the start, and some teams were less prepared than others for the late switch. That ...

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Schumacher lost control of his Haas F1 car coming through the Swimming Pool chicane after switching to dry tyres in the Monaco Grand Prix, sending him into a spin.
After hitting the Armco on the right-hand side of the track, Schumacher's car slammed into the Tecpro barrier on the exit of the corner. The rear-end of his Haas F1 car broke away from the rest of the chassis, including the ...

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Mercedes driver Hamilton was closely tailing Ocon for eighth place after pitting for intermediate tyres, quickly gaining on the Alpine car that still running on wets.
Hamilton called for Ocon to be investigated over his defensive moves, with the stewards taking action after contact was made between the two drivers at Sainte Devote.
As Hamilton lined up a move on the inside, Ocon moved across ...

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Having qualified third,  Sergio Perez scored a brilliant victory on the streets of the principality.
The Mexican jumped ahead of the Ferraris of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc with good strategy calls around his pitstops on the drying track, and then nursed his graining slick tyres in the closing laps.
His teammate Max Verstappen moved from fourth on the grid to third at the flag ...

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The German car manufacturer has endured a frustrating start to the 2022 campaign, with its W13 being held back by extreme porpoising.
But while it has made some good progress in curing the phenomenon, a more difficult Monaco GP weekend has highlighted that it still is not fully on top of the car.
Team boss Toto Wolff says that while the W13 is showing some improvement, he thinks it is far ...

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The Maranello squad had been in a commanding position running 1-2 at Monte Carlo when a series of errors cost it the win and especially hurt Charles Leclerc.
With Red Bull going aggressive and being the first to switch Sergio Perez on to inters on the damp but drying track, Ferrari then got the timings and choices for Leclerc's changes wrong.
It pitted Leclerc too late for inters, allowing ...

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Perez scored his third F1 victory on Sunday in Monaco ahead of Ferrari's Carlos Sainz, while Verstappen completed the podium in third place after rain and two red flags shook up proceedings in Monaco.
But Ferrari lodged a post-race protest against both Red Bull cars for allegedly crossing the yellow line at pit exit, resulting in an investigation by the stewards.
Following a post-race ...

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Rain in the build-up to the planned start time of 3pm for the Monaco Grand Prix led to the start procedure being suspended just minutes away from the intended start of the formation lap.
The formation lap was initially rescheduled for 3:09pm local time in Monaco, but the start was then delayed again by the FIA to 3:16pm, beginning the race behind the safety car.
After completing two laps ...

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Following the red flag, Alonso sat seventh for the restart and opted to fit a set of medium-compound tyres to see out the remainder of the race.
But the Alpine driver?s pace was significantly slower than the cars ahead, losing between three and four seconds per lap to the leaders, and a significant amount of time to Lando Norris in sixth place. Alpine confirmed he did not have any issue on ...

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Schumacher lost control of his Haas F1 car while coming through the Swimming Pool chicane on Lap 26 of the race, snapping to the right-hand side of the track. His car glanced the Armco before then going into the Tecpro barrier at the exit of the corner.
The accident saw the rear-end and gearbox of his Haas VF-22 detach on impact, but Schumacher was quick to report over the radio that he was ...

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Verstappen had just pitted for slicks on lap 22 when he emerged in third place on the still damp track, pushing hard to stay ahead of Ferrari title rival Charles Leclerc.
But as he accelerated up the hill, his Red Bull got into a slide and, as he corrected, he ran towards the yellow line that drivers must not cross.
Footage of the incident from Verstappen's onboard camera was shown during ...

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Leclerc's race unravelled as the Monaco track dried up after heavy rain delayed the start, with Ferrari opting to keep the polesitter out longer on wet tyres in a bid for a straight switch to dry tyres.
But after both Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz got into undercut range on the intermediates, Ferrari pitted Leclerc for the same tyres which dropped him to third.
With the crossover for dry ...

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With overtaking impossible, the wet-to-dry race was all but decided when the leaders timed their final pitstop from to slicks.
That transition caught out Ferrari, with polesitter and erstwhile leader Charles Leclerc fuming as poorly timed stops from wets to inters and then to slicks saw him slip to fourth behind Sainz and both Red Bulls.
Sainz was still in with a chance to win the race ...

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After a belated rain-affected start, early leader Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) was too slow in making his stop for intermediate tyres, allowing Perez ? who started third ? to get ahead.
The second Ferrari of Carlos Sainz went straight from wets to slicks but still rejoined behind Perez, whose bold tyre strategy paid off.
Leclerc could only finish fourth, after a panicked second pitstop for ...

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Max Verstappen extended his championship lead over Leclerc with third place ahead of the home hero, who had dominated the early stages that followed a long delay due to a rain storm soaking the Principality.
Rain began to fall just before the scheduled start time, which was pushed back initially by nine minutes before this was extended to 16 with a safety car formation lap mandated ? on ...

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Rain had been forecast for Sunday throughout the week, only for the chances to reduce as the scheduled start at 3pm neared.
But after clouds grew over Monaco as the pre-race grid ceremonies took place, light rain began to fall before growing in intensity, forcing teams to quickly hurry their wet tyres to the grid.
FIA race director Eduardo Freitas suspended the start procedure five minutes ...

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Present today in the TAG Heuer suite at the Indianapolis 500 will be Gigi Garner, daughter of the late, great actor James Garner, a man who deserved the spotlight but never behaved like he wanted it. Garner?s easy-going manner and man-of-the-people attitude probably removed his mystique for many, and therefore robbed him of some of the adulation he deserved.
But he?s never lost his appeal ...

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Sainz collided with Sergio Perez?s Red Bull car at Portier in the closing stages of Q3 in Monaco after the Mexican had hit the wall on the outside of the corner.
Sainz came around the corner unsighted of Perez, causing him to crash into the stricken Red Bull and sustain damage to his Ferrari F1-75.
Ahead of Sunday?s race in Monaco, Ferrari confirmed that it has opted to change the ...

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The odds are heavily stacked in his favour for Sunday given the difficulty in overtaking around the streets - yet this is a result that goes far beyond the academic result.
Leclerc grew up in Monaco, and now finds himself racing around the streets which he would navigate on the bus to school every day as a kid. He gave a nod to his childhood connection to the track on social media earlier this ...

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Previously the top 10 would be committed to the soft tyre as it was essential to use it to get out of Q2 and into Q3.
However, this year's the regulations dropped the requirement for drivers to start on the tyre with which they set their best time in Q2, opening up the possibility to start on the medium and aim for a longer first stint before switching to the hard.
Pirelli believes that ...

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Russell was also spotted in replays brushing the barrier on the right at the entry to the Swimming Pool chicane during a hectic qualifying session that saw him earn sixth place.
The chicane hit occurred towards the end of Q3, just before the red flag for the Sergio Perez/Carlos Sainz accident. Russell admitted that he was surprised to be able to continue the lap without problems.
"On my ...

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The street race around the streets of Monte Carlo had long been viewed as F1?s jewel in the crown, and a weekend when sponsors were wowed and more eye balls were on the sport than any other.
But times have changed and, under new owners Liberty Media, big-hitting additions like Zandvoort and Miami have ticked all the boxes that F1 chiefs want for fans and commercial interests.
It has meant ...

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For the second year running, Verstappen saw his hopes of a top grid slot dashed by someone else?s mistake bringing out a red flag and stopping the qualifying session.
Last year, pole position man Charles Leclerc crashed at the Swimming Pool exit chicane and brought out the red flags, while this time it was a spin from Red Bull?s Sergio Perez that brought things to a halt.
A frustrated ...

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America?s biggest race has largely been won by homegrown talents, or at least competitors from the regular IndyCar series, but Formula 1 does have its place in Indy 500 history.
In particular, an F1 invasion in the 1960s changed American single-seater racing forever.
In this episode of ?Short View Back to the Past?, Kevin Turner remembers the time F1 conquered the Indy 500.
Which ...

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Charles Leclerc will start his home race from pole position ahead of Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz, with Red Bull duo Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen sharing the second row of the grid.
Perez lost the rear of his RB13 on the entry to Portier, with Sainz unable to avoid the Mexican and damaging his Ferrari in the process. The incident brought an early end to qualify and ensured Leclerc remained ...

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Leclerc will start ahead of Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz and Red Bull?s Sergio Perez ? who both crashed out of Q3 together ? after the one-hour qualifying session, which is split into three segments with five cars each being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 before the top-10 shootout of Q3.
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Norris said that if he had been feeling 100% fit and had not made mistakes on his lap, he might have qualified even higher.
Speaking at length for the first time about his recent illness, Norris made it clear just how tough the Spanish GP weekend was for him as he battled to an eighth-place finish.
"It's been a long week, just because of suffering the amount I did last week with the ...

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Gasly had placed inside the top 10 in all three practice sessions in Monaco, ending Saturday's FP3 session fifth fastest, but was eliminated in 17th place at the end of Q1.
A red flag with two minutes remaining in the session prompted a late flurry of laptimes, but Gasly was sent out at the back of the queue and missed the line, taking the chequered flag and therefore preventing himself from ...

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The Monegasque driver had been called in for a weight check towards the end of Q2, but did not see the signal and pushed on down the pitlane.
Had he gone to his Ferrari garage and the mechanics worked on the car, even just changing tyres, then that would have been enough to earn him a penalty for breaching the rules.
However, Ferrari had quickly spotted that the weighbridge request had been ...

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Perez was pushing eventual pole winner Charles Lelcerc hard throughout qualifying on Saturday and was just 0.09s slower than the Ferrari driver in Q2 but did trail Leclerc and Carlos Sainz ahead of the final Q3 runs.
On his last qualifying lap, as Perez ran behind Leclerc on the track, he lost the rear of his RB18 as he rounded the Portier right-hander and crashed backwards into the ...

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Hamilton and Mercedes arrived in Monaco hopeful of taking another step forward after appearing to go a long way to remedying its porpoising issue with its Spain updates last weekend.
After struggling with bouncing over the Monaco bumps in practice on Friday, Hamilton could only qualify eighth for Mercedes on Saturday.
The seven-time world champion sat sixth after the opening runs in Q3, but ...

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The Ferrari driver was involved in the late red flag incident at the end of Q3, when Perez crashed at Portier after losing the rear of his car.
Sainz was the first driver on the scene and clipped the Mexican when he tried to avoid the stricken Red Bull car.
The Spanish driver said he saw the initial yellow flags for Perez's crash at the last moment and due to the high walls around the corner ...

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The Alpine driver had gone as high as fifth with his first run before locking up and going straight on at Mirabeau and into the tyre wall.
The incident happened at exactly the same time as the collision between Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz three corners ahead.
Alonso was encouraged by the speed the Alpine showed over the course of qualifying after finishing seventh.
"It was good," he ...

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Leclerc had led his teammate Carlos Sainz ahead of the final laps in Q3, with his 1m11.376s the benchmark time for pole.
Perez looked to be Red Bull's best hope for pole after topping FP3 and leading Max Verstappen throughout qualifying and he trailed Leclerc on the final fliers on the soft tyres, the second set for the top three runners in the final segment.
Leclerc set a purple sector in ...

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Last weekend Charles Leclerc suffered an MGU-H and turbo failure that cost him victory in the Spanish GP, and which Ferrari has already addressed.
However in FP1 in Monaco Mick Schumacher of Haas and Valtteri Bottas of Alfa Romeo both suffered MGU-K failures that cost them track time and required their gearboxes to be replaced for the following session.
Bottas also had a comprehensive power ...

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Amid growing indications that a South African race in Kyalami is F1?s next target, and potentially as early as next year if the logistics can be sorted, it is looking increasingly likely that there will be some form of calendar shake up on the cards.
The F1 schedule is currently capped at 24 races, and the addition of grands prix in Las Vegas and Qatar in 2023, as well as a desire to group ...

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With less than three minutes on the clock, Leclerc demoted Perez to second, but the Mexican responded in the dying seconds to go top with a 1m12.476s lap, 0.041s quicker than Leclerc.
Williams' Nicholas Latifi and Alpine's Fernando Alonso set the first laptimes in F1's third and final practice session on the sunny streets of the principality.
They were soon joined by McLaren driver Daniel ...

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