Vesti Conquers Monaco F2 Pole Amidst a Trio of Red Flags
In a breathtaking display of skill and determination, Frederik Vesti has emerged victorious amidst tumultuous circumstances. Vesti brilliantly claimed the pole position at the iconic Monaco F2 Championship, conquering the challenging circuit despite the appearance of three disruptive red flags. This achievement marks a significant moment in the ongoing competition, with Vesti showcasing his unrivalled racing prowess.
Frederik Vesti, from Denmark, secured two Formula 2 Championship points by clinching pole position at the Monaco Grand Prix on Friday.
Vesti clocked the quickest time in Group B during Monaco’s distinct split qualifying session. Victor Martina, who topped Group A, will join him in the front row for the main race.
The qualifying procedure saw multiple disruptions due to accidents involving Arthur Leclerc, Jehan Daruvala, and Clement Novalak during the closing of the second session. These incidents increased the red flag count to six throughout the F2 weekend thus far.
Frederik Vesti’s championship contender, Theo Pourchaire, finished second in Group B, followed closely by Zane Maloney. Jack Crawford, Ayumu Iwasa, and Amaury Cordeel were the next in line.
Juan Manuel Correa placed seventh in Group B, trailed by Clement Vovalak, Dennis Hauger, and Ralph Boschung. The list of Group B’s 11 drivers was concluded by Brad Benavides.
Jack Doohan came right after Victor Martins in Group A. He was visibly annoyed with Kush Maini’s sluggish pace, which affected his attempt to top the charts. Richard Verschoor, Jehan Daruvala, and Isaac Hadjar wrapped up the first session in third, fourth, and fifth places, respectively.
Kush Maini and Enzo Fittipaldi were next, while Oliver Bearman was ahead of Roy Nissany. Arthur Leclerc concluded ahead of Roman Stanek, who had incurred a grid penalty due to his practice mishap with Boschung.
Given that the second qualifying group’s results determined the pole position, Vesti and the other drivers in Group B will start from the right-hand side of the grid for the feature race, while drivers in Group A will begin from the left.
Pos Driver Team Group A Group B Laps 1 Frederik Vesti Prema 1m21.053s 10 2 Victor Martins ART Grand Prix 1m21.231s 10 3 Theo Pourchaire ART Grand Prix 1m21.105s 10 4 Jack Doohan Virtuosi Racing 1m21.432s 10 5 Zane Maloney Carlin 1m21.463s 10 6 Richard Verschoor Van Amersfoort Racing 1m21.639s 11 7 Jak Crawford Hitech GP 1m21.576s 10 8 Jehan Daruvala MP Motorsport 1m21.642s 11 9 Ayumu Iwasa DAMS 1m21.796s 10 10 Isack Hadjar Hitech GP 1m21.645s 10 11 Amaury Cordeel Virtuosi Racing 1m21.809s 10 12 Kush Maini Campos Racing 1m21.820s 11 13 Juan Manuel Correa Van Amersfoort Racing 1m21.835s 10 14 Enzo Fittipaldi Carlin 1m21.824s 9 15 Clement Novalak Trident 1m22.088s 10 16 Ollie Bearman Prema 1m22.201s 9 17 Dennis Hauger MP Motorsport 1m22.097s 10 18 Roy Nissany PHM by Charouz 1m22.804s 10 19 Ralph Boschung Campos Racing 1m22.182s 10 20 Arthur Leclerc DAMS 1m23.340s 6 21 Brad Benavides PHM by Charouz 1m22.721s 10 22 Roman Stanek Trident 1m24.600s 10
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