Formula 1: free practice result Monaco GP 2023. Race times live on TV

Formula 1: free practice result Monaco GP 2023. Race times live on TV
Formula 1: free practice result Monaco GP 2023. Race times live on TV

THE FIRST THREE – The second practice session of the Monaco GP 2022 by Formula 1 starred Max Verstappen, who set the fastest time with his Red Bull, stopping the clock at 1:12.462. Behind him, 65 thousandths away, a tough guy Leclerc, who aims for pole position in tomorrow’s qualifying. Third Carlos Sainz that in the final part of the second session, however, ended up against a wall. The Spaniard, tackling the Piscine variant, hit the inside of the guardrail with his right front tire, damaging the suspension and ending his race against the barriers.

THE OTHERS – Fourth place for Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin), ahead of Lando’s McLaren Norris and Lewis’s Mercedes Hamilton. The other Red Bull driver Sergio Perez was only seventh. To record the excellent performance of Valtteri Bottas with the Sauber-Ferrari, eighth, and able to put himself behind the two Alpine-Renaults of Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon.

QUALIFYING ON SATURDAY – Tomorrow promises to be a great battle for the qualifications which will define the starting grid. It will certainly be a fight between the two Verstappen-Leclercs, even if twists and turns are not excluded, perhaps with the inclusion of Fernando Alonso, who once again showed all his class today.

WHERE TO SEE THE GP ON TV – Qualifying on Saturday 27 May is scheduled for 4pm, and will be broadcast live on Sky and delayed on TV8 starting at 6.30pm. The GP on Sunday 28 May it will start at 3 pm and will be visible on Sky in direct and deferred up TV8 starting from 18.


1 1 Max Verstappen RED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT 1:12,462 30
2 16 Charles Leclerc FERRARI 1:12,527 +0.065s 33
3 55 Carlos Sainz FERRARI 1:12,569 +0.107s 22
4 14 Fernando Alonso ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 1:12,682 +0.220s 32
5 4 Lando Norris MCLAREN MERCEDES 1:12,906 +0.444s 18
6 44 Lewis Hamilton MERCEDES 1:12,960 +0.498s 29
7 11 Sergio Perez RED BULL RACING HONDA RBPT 1:12,991 +0.529s 30
8 77 Valtteri Bottas ALFA ROMEO FERRARI 1:13.050 +0.588s 33
9 10 Pierre Gasly ALPINE RENAULT 1:13.089 +0.627s 28
10 31 Esteban Ocon ALPINE RENAULT 1:13,162 +0.700s 30
11 18 Lance Stroll ASTON MARTIN ARAMCO MERCEDES 1:13.185 +0.723s 31
12 63 George Russell MERCEDES 1:13.191 +0.729s 32
13 24 Zhou Guanyu ALFA ROMEO FERRARI 1:13,354 +0.892s 32
14 20 Kevin Magnussen HAAS FERRARI 1:13,457 +0.995s 28
15 27 Nico Hulkenberg HAAS FERRARI 1:13,520 +1.058s 33
16 22 Yuki Tsunoda ALPHATAURI HONDA RBPT 1:13,641 +1.179s 22
17 21 Nyck DeVries ALPHATAURI HONDA RBPT 1:13,663 +1.201s 34
18 81 Oscar Piastri MCLAREN MERCEDES 1:13,673 +1.211s 30
19 23 Alexander Albon WILLIAMS MERCEDES 1:14,217 +1.755s 10
20 2 Logan Sargeant WILLIAMS MERCEDES 1:14,238 +1.776s 33

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