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OFFICIAL GRID – Who starts where for Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix after home hero Leclerc's grid penalty

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MONTE-CARLO, MONACO - MAY 27: Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (1) Oracle Red Bull

Qualifying in Monte Carlo could not have been any closer, with Max Verstappen grabbing pole at the death, edging out Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso by just 0.084s. That was after Verstappen's Red Bull team mate Sergio Perez had crashed out in Q1.

And there was more drama after the session, with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc demoted from P3 to P6 on the grid for impeding McLaren's Lando Norris, leaving the second scarlet car of Carlos Sainz to line up on row two alongside Esteban Ocon, who bags his first top-three start for Alpine.

READ MORE: Verstappen snatches pole position from Alonso in thrilling Monaco GP qualifying session

Monaco 2023

Starting Grid

PositionTeam NameTime
1VER1:11.365
2ALO1:11.449
3OCO1:11.553
4SAI1:11.630
5HAM1:11.725
6LEC1:11.471
7GAS1:11.933
8RUS1:11.964
9TSU1:12.082
10NOR1:12.254
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