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Monaco qualifying split in two

In order to fit around Monaco's unique shifted timetable, the 30-minute practice session for GP2 cars will be held a day earlier than usual on the Thursday at 12 noon local time (11am BST), with the new-look two-part qualifying session following at 4.55pm (3.55pm BST).

The schedule see the 42-lap feature race held on Friday morning at 10.30am (9.30am BST) while the 30-lap sprint race will be held on Saturday afternoon at 4.10pm (3.10pm BST) following the qualifying session for the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco. Coverage of all GP2 sessions will be available in the UK on Sky Sports F1.

The GP3 Series is also undertaking its first-ever Monaco race weekend this year. Practice will be on Thursday at 6.15pm (5.15pm BST), qualifying on Friday morning at 7.40am (6.40am BST) and the first race at 12.30pm (11.30am BST). The second race will be on Saturday at 5.55pm (4.55pm BST).




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Charles Pic (FRA, Barwa Addax Team) on track at Monaco. 2011 GP2 Series. Round 3. Monte Carlo, Monaco. May 2011. [Picture credit: Glenn Dunbar/GP2 Media Service.]
Romain Grosjean (FRA, Dams) who was among those penalised for causing an accident during the qualifying session. 2011 GP2 Series. Round 3. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 26th May 2011. Thursday Qualifying. [Picture credit: Charles Coates/GP2 Media Service.]
Stefano Coletti (MON, Trident Racing) caused a red flag in the qualifying session as a result of a collision with Fabio Leimer. 2011 GP2 Series. Round 3. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 26th May 2011. Thursday Qualifying. [Picture credit: Charles Coates/GP2 Media Service.]
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2015 GP3 Series Test 4. Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Friday 4 December 2015. Charles Leclerc (FRA, ART Grand Prix) Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Series Media Service.
2015 GP3 Series Test 4. Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Wednesday 2 December 2015. Charles Leclerc (MON, ART Grand Prix) Photo: Sam Bloxham/GP3 Series Media Service.
2015 GP3 Series Test 4. Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Friday 4 December 2015. Charles Leclerc (FRA, ART Grand Prix). Photo: Zak Mauger/GP3 Series Media Service.
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DBL

May 21, 2012 8:59 PM

It is sensible, until it rains in the 2nd session. Or dries in the 2nd session from a wet 1st session. Or those running in the 2nd session get better track grip and quicker times because more rubber was put down after the 1st session. Someone will moan.



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