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Monaco 2011 - Qualifying // Grid position in Monte Carlo is supremely important

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Fernando Alonso keeps it tight to the barriers
Fernando Alonso keeps it tight to the barriersCredit: Pirelli S.p.A.

So far we've seen plenty of cars meet with the barriers in less than friendly fashion, and now it's time for the drivers to hit the track with one aim in mind - to go as fast as possible. Around the tight streets of Monaco, it's going to be chaos out there.

This is the race where qualifying is the most important, and it will begin at 1pm GMT+1 with the BBC and Factbyte Factbox coverage starting an hour beforehand.

Statistics

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Circuit de Monaco, Saturday

23℃

  • Low 18℃
  • Humidity 36%

Sunny

2010 Session Results
PosDriverTeamTimeLaps
1M WebberRed Bull1:13.82625
2R KubicaRenault1:14.12028
3S VettelRed Bull1:14.22723
4F MassaFerrari1:14.28323
5L HamiltonMcLaren1:14.43231

Predictions

Really, around Monaco, there is no use asking any other question, than who is going to end the session at the top of the heap.

Mon 2011: Which team will score pole position today?

  • Ferrari

    50%
  • McLaren

    40%
  • Red Bull

    10%
  • Other

    0%

20 votes

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So far we've seen plenty of cars meet with the barriers in less than friendly fashion, and now it's time for the drivers to hit the track with one aim in mind - to go as fast as possible. Around the tight streets of Monaco, it's going to be chaos out there.
Pirelli S.p.A.

Event start

13:00GMT +01:00

28 May 2011