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Norman Nato led Group B in Monaco Formula Renault 3.5 qualifying to claim his first pole position since race two in Motorland, Aragon last year.
Monaco qualifying is unique to the FR3.5 calendar as it sees the grid split in half and their times accumulated. The fastest overall driver starts on pole whilst the quickest driver from the remaining group joins them on the front row. As Carlos Sainz Jr led Group A, he has secured second place on the grid for an all DAMS Racing front row.
A podium finisher from 2013, Jazeman Jaafar once looked certain to be pole sitter but must now settle for third, despite posting the second fastest time overall. Also a Monaco podium finisher from last year, Marco Sorensen starts fourth.
Rookie, Oliver Rowland enjoyed his run in Monaco and put in a strong performance to secure fifth, almost a second faster than his Fortec Motorsports team mate, Sergey Sirotkin who sits sixth. Meanwhile, Zoel Amberg, Pierre Gasly, Will Stevens and Roberto Merhi completed the top ten.
International Draco Racing were the victors in 2013 with Nico Müller but Pietro Fantin and Luca Ghiotto qualified down eleventh and twentieth respectively.
Improving on his pace in Thursday practice, Andrea Roda was fast enough to qualify for the race on Sunday in the sole Comtec Racing model. Nikolay Martsenko, who was expected to be his team mate this weekend, is absent from the Monaco round.
In the Principality, the twenty-one FR3.5 drivers will contest just one race this weekend. The 3.5 litre models will return to the track on Sunday.
Amendment: Following an investigation, Carlos Sainz Jr has been given a two place grid penalty. Jazeman Jaafar will now join Norman Nato on the front row.