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This is how the classification for the starting grid of the Formula 1 French Grand Prix remains

Carlos Sainz finished fifth in the qualifying session for the Formula 1 French Grand Prix . Mercedes and Red Bull are unattainable for the rest of the teams at this circuit and the Madrid driver has achieved the best possible result. The pole has been for Max Verstappen who will start from the front row of the grid with Lewis Hamilton . Third will face the race Valtteri Bottas , who has won in the squires duel to a Sergio Pérez who has just won in Baku. Fernando Alonso , for his part, was ninth.

Both Sainz and Alonso have vindicated themselves in the qualifying session of the French Grand Prix in front of their teammates. While Carlos Sainz was fifth, Leclerc was seventh. Among them Pierre Gasly has crept in. Regarding the fight between Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon , the latter has failed to qualify for Q3 and will start eleventh.

Alonso will make it ninth between the two McLaren. Behind Lando Norris and ahead of Daniel Ricciardo . Esteban Ocon with were eliminated in Q2 Sebastian Vettel, who came to make the podium in Baku, Antonio Giovinazzi, George Russell and Mick Schumacher.

The German caused a red flag with which he ended Q1, allowing him to reach Q2, although he was unable to participate in this session. The first red flag in the classification of the French Grand Prix was caused by Tsunoda , who will start last at Paul Ricard. Along with the AlphaTauri driver, Nicholas Latifi , Kimi Raikkonen , Nikita Mazepin and Lance Stroll were eliminated in Q3.

This is how the classification for the French Grand Prix remains

1. Max Verstappen (1: 29.990)
2. Lewis Hamilton
3. Valtteri Bottas
4. Sergio Pérez
5. Carlos Sainz
6. Pierre Gasly
7. Charles Leclerc
8. Lando Norris
9. Fernando Alonso
10. Daniel Ricciardo
11. Esteban Ocon
12. Sebastian Vettel
13. Antonio Giovinazzi
14. George Russell
15. Mick Schumacher
16. Nicholas Latifi
17. Kimi Räikkönen
18. Nikita Mazepin
19. Lance Stroll
20. Yuki Tsunoda

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