Formula 1 2024 Monaco Grand Prix results

data

2024-05-26
8
Circuit de Monaco
78
Charles Leclerc LEC
Charles Leclerc LEC
Lewis Hamilton
lap 63 - 1:14.165
HAM

The 2024 Monaco Grand Prix was won by Charles Leclerc of Ferrari.

The race in Monaco was round 8 of 24 of the 2024 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 78 2:23:15.554 25
2 78 +7.152 18
3 78 +7.585 15
4 78 +8.650 12
5 78 +13.309 10
6 78 +13.853 8
7 78 +14.908 7
8 77 +1 Lap 4
9 77 +1 Lap 2
10 77 +1 Lap 1
11 76 +2 Laps 0
12 76 +2 Laps 0
13 76 +2 Laps 0
14 76 +2 Laps 0
15 76 +2 Laps 0
16 76 +2 Laps 0
0 Collision 0
0 Collision 0
0 Collision 0
0 Collision 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:10.270
2 Oscar Piastri McLaren +0.154
3 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.248
4 Lando Norris McLaren +0.272
5 George Russell Mercedes +0.273
6 Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.297
7 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +0.351
8 Yuki Tsunoda RB F1 Team +0.588
9 Alexander Albon Williams +0.678
10 Pierre Gasly Alpine F1 Team +1.041
11 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +1.015
12 Nico Hülkenberg Haas F1 Team +1.170
13 Daniel Ricciardo RB F1 Team +1.212
14 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +1.293
15 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +1.455
16 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin +1.749
17 Logan Sargeant Williams +1.750
18 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +1.790
19 Valtteri Bottas Sauber +2.242
20 Guanyu Zhou Sauber +2.758

driver positions through the laps

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The French manufacturer nearly had both its cars out of the Monaco Grand Prix early on after Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly collided on the exit of Portier on the opening lap of the original start.Ocon had made an optimistic lunge down the inside of Gasly on the entry to the corner and, as they exited, they clashed wheels.The incident pitched Ocon into the air and badly damaged his car as it ...

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It was a thrilling edition of a race steeped in history, worthy of joining those that came before it in the stratosphere of motorsport's memorable moments. Strategic gamesmanship preceded a final showdown between two of the championship's brightest talents, and the conclusion did not disappoint: a fearless overtake around the outside on the final lap proved to be the clincher.But enough about the ...

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The Aston Martin driver spent much of the race playing the team game in building up a gap for Lance Stroll, which the Canadian could use to ditch his medium tyres and preserve his position.Alonso's understanding was that this was for the final point and, when Stroll picked up a puncture after knocking his left-rear tyre from the rim on the entry to the Nouvelle Chicane, the Spaniard believed the ...

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Sainz controversially benefitted from being allowed to take his original third place on the grid for the Monaco restart after its early red flag, with Zhou’s role central to how things played out.The Ferrari driver's race had initially appeared to be over just a few seconds after the start when the Spaniard picked up a puncture as he clashed with Oscar Piastri at the first corner.A small cut in ...

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With overtaking near-impossible in Sunday's race, and all cars getting their required tyre change in under the opening lap red flag, the only hope for some drivers to put real pressure on the car in front was to hope the required 19-second pitstop gap would open up behind them.That would allow them to stop again for fresh tyres and either quickly close the gap themselves or hope for a safety car ...

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The Mexican driver struggled for pace through the Monte Carlo event, qualifying down in 18th before moving up two places thanks to the exclusion of the Haas cars.But his race ended on lap one with a high-speed accident after he clashed with Kevin Magnussen and was pitched at full speed into the barriers on the climb up from Ste Devote.The failure to score points in Monaco, off the back of a ...

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The world champion squad endured a challenging time at the Monaco Grand Prix as Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez struggled to extract pace from their RB20.Their car behaved like it was on a knife-edge at times, and it was not comfortable over the bumps and kerbs that are key to performance around the Monte Carlo lap.The team was left further confused by the fact that the softer it ran the car to ...

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Sainz had initially picked up a puncture after a clash with Oscar Piastri at the first corner, and his car skidded to a halt and appeared to be out of the race at Casino Square.But the pile-up involving Red Bull’s Sergio Perez and the two Haas cars brought out a red flag a few moments later, and served to give Sainz a lifeline.According to F1’s sporting regulations, the order for the restart ...

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The Red Bull driver started and finished in sixth place, as the whole of the top 10 remained unchanged, in a race starved of action after the opening-lap red flag caused by Sergio Perez’s clash with the two Haas drivers, which enabled all the remaining drivers to swap tyres and gain a free pitstop.Despite Verstappen being one of the few drivers to opt for a second change of tyres, covering off ...

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Alpine had its best qualifying result of the season in the principality, with Gasly and Ocon qualifying 10th and 11th respectively on a track where overtaking is notoriously difficult.Carlos Sainz's puncture at the start promoted the blue-and-pink cars to ninth and 10th, but Ocon went on to dive down the inside of his team-mate at Portier, with their wheels interlocking.Ocon was launched into the ...

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Verstappen ultimately finished sixth, one place ahead of Hamilton, in a race determined by tyre management as the top 10 on the grid remained in the same order.With both drivers attempting to eke out the medium tyres they had switched to under a red flag on the opening lap, Mercedes made the first move in bringing seven-time world champion Hamilton into the pits on lap 51.But the Briton was not ...

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The Monegasque led every lap of this year's edition of the Monte Carlo race, ending a long quest for a home win - a venue he had never previously scored a podium finish at among much-documented ill fortune.Recounting the final laps of the race, after ending a period of heavy pressure from runner-up Oscar Piastri by bolting into an ultimately unassailable lead, Leclerc revealed that it was a ...

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But, overall, the eighth round of the season did not provide much of a show, with the top 10 at the chequered flag in the same order they had qualified.Our writers give their verdict on the race.Read Also:


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The Mexican sustained a heavy crash after contact with the Haas driver at Beau Rivage, as Magnussen attempted to thread his car down the inside and found himself rapidly running out of space.This threw Perez into the barrier with considerable damage to his car, exacerbated when he clipped Nico Hulkenberg - who was attempting to clear the wreck.No further action was taken by the stewards, and ...

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An audibly ecstatic Leclerc crossed the line 7.1s clear of Piastri to claim his first-ever victory at the Monaco street circuit, after overcoming the Australian at two standing starts after an early red flag, and then set the pace sufficiently to deny McLaren a tactical advantage.Despite periods of pressure from Piastri over the 76 laps of uninterrupted running following the early hiatus, Leclerc ...

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The FIA has regionalised some of the F1 calendar in an attempt to make the series more sustainable. This included moving the Japanese Grand Prix from its mid-to-late-season spot to April for a more defined Asian leg, with the return of the Chinese Grand Prix following two weeks later. The Qatar Grand Prix was also moved to become the penultimate race on the calendar, to make it easier to ...

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On the uphill romp towards Massenet, Red Bull driver Perez and Magnussen tangled wheels, sending Perez into a heavy crash that red-flagged the race.The chasing Nico Hulkenberg also got caught up in the accident after being unable to avoid Perez's spinning Red Bull clipping his rear axle, ending the race of all three drivers on the spot."It was obviously stupid between Kevin and Checo," Hulkenberg ...

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Ferrari's Charles Leclerc had just led away easily from pole ahead of McLaren driver Oscar Piastri, while behind Carlos Sainz first attacked Piastri at Ste Devote and then slid off at Casino Square with a suspected puncture.Perez was eliminated by Kevin Magnussen trying to poke his nose into a gap on the run up the hill before Massenet, with their crash wreckage then swinging across the track and ...

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Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen were disqualified on Saturday after post-session examinations of their cars showed their DRS wings opened more than the 85mm that is allowed in the rules.Talking about how Haas had found itself in such a situation, team principal Ayao Komatsu said it mainly revolved around a lack of communication between the departments of his team about the implications of a ...

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With overtaking so difficult around the streets of Monte Carlo, the biggest advantage comes from track position.It means that pole man Charles Leclerc is the clear favourite to win if he can pull off a clean start against front-row starter Oscar Piastri and lead out of the opening corner.The relative ease by which drivers can keep hold of their places means they can easily manage their pace and ...

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The Aston Martin drivers are not having a good time. It’s FP1 for Formula 1’s 2024 Monaco Grand Prix, at the Loews hairpin.Every time Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll squirt down the hill towards Motorsport.com's vantage point it happens. From our perspective on the outside of the corner, the green cars are having to traverse F1’s slowest corner as if it’s a 50p piece – hands jerking at ...

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Long before the advent of Las Vegas or Miami, Monaco was F1's stereotypical marquee event that basked in its own glamour.Monaco, which first saw grand prix racing in 1929, and Formula 1 helped put each other on the map in the 50s and 60s, with the grand prix building up a worldwide renown that has made it synonymous with the series and part of the Triple Crown of motor racing events alongside the ...

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Piastri ended up as Leclerc’s closest rival for pole in Monte-Carlo but fell 0.154s short as the home hero secured a third pole in four years at this famous street track.At the start of their respective best and final laps in Q3, the GPS data shows that Leclerc – in a boost after his Imola frustration on Ferrari’s lap-starting engine power output – got underway 1.9mph better off than ...

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The German manufacturer raised eyebrows at the start of the season when the front wing of its new W15 replaced its upper flap with a thin-strip of carbon fibre.With this strip hiding the rearward element of the wing element below, it ensured that the car fully complied with Article 3.9.1e of F1’s technical regulations that demands: “With the exception of the rearmost closed section, the ...

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Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc will start his home race from pole position, with McLaren's Oscar Piastri joining him on the front row.Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and in-form Lando Norris (McLaren) will line up third and fourth respectively.Reigning champion Max Verstappen will take the start from sixth on the grid after a difficult qualifying for the Red Bull driver.What time does the Monaco Grand Prix ...

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Speaking about the 0.078 seconds gap between them as they lined up fifth and seventh, Hamilton was eager to suggest that he never had any realistic chance of beating Russell because of their different-specification cars.“The team have worked really hard back at the factory to bring an upgrade in the last two races and also an upgrade this weekend - but we only had one, which George has,” he ...

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After qualifying, the FIA's scrutineering team found the DRS clearance on both Haas cars to be greater than the maximum allowed opening of 85mm.The matter was referred to the stewards, who confirmed the usual penalty of disqualification for both cars.Like its fellow competitors, Haas brought a new specification of rear wing to Monaco to cope with its huge downforce demands.Haas explained that it ...

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The Monaco weekend has been blighted by the banners that cover the Armco barriers around the Monte Carlo street circuit repeatedly coming away.In some areas, like the swimming pool, coverings have been rubbed away by cars repeatedly brushing the barriers.But, in Norris’s case, a whole section of the banners at Mirabeau was sucked off by the force of the cars running close to them.In the closing ...

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After qualifying both Haas drivers were found to have a rear wing with a DRS clearance that exceeds the maximum permitted limit of 85mm on the outermost areas.The FIA's technical delegate Jo Bauer flagged the issues after scrutineering, writing in a statement that "the uppermost rear wing element adjustable positions were checked on car numbers 20 and 27."The LHS and RHS outermost area of the of ...

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Verstappen struggled throughout practice over the many kerbs and bumps around Monaco's tight street circuit.And while the Red Bull team turned around its practice woes last week in Imola, there was little that could be done to give Verstappen and team-mate Sergio Perez an RB20 that could beat Ferrari or McLaren in qualifying.Verstappen's first flyer in Q3 was good for third, but after brushing the ...

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Leclerc claimed his third career F1 pole in Monaco after edging out McLaren's Oscar Piastri in Q3 in Monte-Carlo, having topped FP2 and FP3 on his home streets.He also finished fifth in FP1, which was a session where Mercedes led the way.Motorsport.com understands the team had decided to complete its main Friday qualifying simulation efforts in FP1 due to a risk of rain that never arrived in ...

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The Dane was heard to query a decision to pull out of a lap during Q2, in which he was slightly up on his delta from his opening outing of the session on the run up to Massenet. He was given the command to back out as early as Beau Rivage, and instead prepare for another attempt next time out.But this lap fell shy of his initial marker, a 1m11.725s, which consigned Magnussen to an exit from the ...

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The veteran Spaniard had set a time good enough for 13th on his final lap but was vulnerable to progress from drivers further back, culminating in a drop into the bottom five. He couldn't recover, having already pitted, and was out of time to set a final flying run.Citing the luck of the draw with traffic around the circuit, Alonso lent his support to a suggestion of using group qualifying to set ...

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The Mexican driver managed to find his way into fifth after Saturday's earlier FP3 session, although brusquely noted that his Red Bull was "nowhere" ahead of the run-in to qualifying.Although Red Bull made changes to the set-up of his RB20, these were not enough to help Perez progress any further into qualifying and he ultimately shook out in a lowly 18th, only outqualifying the Saubers.Reflecting ...

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After every F1 qualifying session, Motorsport.com publishes each team's qualifying record in terms of team-mate duels.This record is based exclusively on qualifying results so that grid penalties don't alter the statistics.When a driver can't put in a representative lap time due to a technical issue or an incident, this will be mentioned in the table.Read Also:


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The Monegasque dazzled throughout the Friday and Saturday sessions in Monaco, and built up his speed over the sessions to eventually land on a 1m10.270s - a tenth shy of Lewis Hamilton's record pole time set in 2019."It was nice, the feeling after a qualifying lap is always very special here," Leclerc said. "I'm really happy about the lap.""Qualifying is not everything, as much as it helps ...

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The two-day test will consist of a day of dry running on Tuesday with 2025 prototype slick compounds, before the track is made wet on Wednesday when the Italian tyre manufacturer tries out a new extreme wet compound.Ferrari's regular race drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are set to test one day each.The wet track running is key because wet tyre tests are harder to organise, with Pirelli ...

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The session was red-flagged after the opening 10 minutes when Valtteri Bottas clipped the Swimming Pool exit wall, an impact that broke the front-right suspension on his Sauber and caused him to stop at Rascasse. Once the Finn's car was moved behind the barriers as he could not recover to the pitlane, the session resumed in earnest - with all cars taking to the circuit on high fuel to log ...

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Getting the front and rear Pirellis into their perfect grip window can help unlock those extra hundredths that can make all the difference between pole position or even being dumped off the front row entirely.But as F1 braces for perhaps its most critical qualifying day of the year in Monaco, with the race all but won if you can lock out pole position, there is a factor that drivers agree stands ...

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Discussions have begun between teams and F1’s commercial rights holder about the terms of a new Concorde Agreement deal that will define how the series is run from 2026.The document includes all the key commercial aspects of F1, including prize money and, as Motorsport.com revealed last week, a move to cap Ferrari’s historic extra bonus payment.Sources have revealed that one other change being ...

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