Q3 results: Leclerc led with a time of 1:30.872, followed by Verstappen at 1:32.176 and Perez at 1:31.335. Leclerc will start from the pole position in the 2022 French Grand Prix. Both Carlos Sainz and Kevin Magnussen were issued engine penalties that will send them to start at the back of the grid in Sunday’s race.
Q2 results: Sainz led in Q2 with a time of 1:31.081, followed by Leclerc at 1:31.216 and Max Verstappen at 1:31.99. Daniel Ricciardo, Esteban Ocon, Valtteri Bottas, Sebastian Vettel and Alexander Albon were eliminated, finishing 11th through 15th, respectively.
Q1 results: Charles Leclerc led in Q1 with a time of 1:31.727, followed by Max Verstappen at 1:21.891 and Carlos Sainz at 1:32.297. Pierre Gasly, Lance Stroll, Zhou Guanyu, Mick Schumacher and Nicholas Latifi were eliminated, finishing 16th through 20th, respectively.
Formula One racing has arrived in France this weekend for the 2022 French Grand Prix. The race will take place on Sunday, July 24 at Circuit Paul Ricard, getting underway at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN. It will be available for live stream at WatchESPN.
The day prior, qualifying will take place at 10 a.m, ET, on ESPN 2. The 20 drivers will face off for an hour of racing to establish the fastest time and secure pole position. F1 qualifying is broken up into three stages. The first 20 minutes will eliminate five drivers, and the next 15 minutes will eliminate five more. That will leave the remaining ten competing for pole position in Sunday’s race.
Charles Leclerc has the best odds to win the pole position at DraftKings Sportsbook installed at -135. He is followed by Max Verstappen (+130) and Lewis Hamilton (+1400). Verstappen and Leclerc enter with the best odds to win the race on Sunday at +125 odds. Hamilton has the third-best odds at +850.
Here is the full entry list for Sunday’s French Grand Prix as qualifying gets underway. We’ll provide updates with each driver’s time and how the starting lineup settles.
2022 French Grand Prix starting grid
|19||Carlos Sainz, Jr.||55||Ferrari|