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Monaco - Qualifying times

The first-ever two-part qualifying session format in GP2 proved a success, not only greatly reducing congestion and incidents but also throwing up surprising winners.
The new two-part qualifying session format introduced for Monaco to tackle the traffic congestion issues that beset the 2011 event ended up providing not just one but two last-second surprise group winners.

Carlin's Max Chilton stole the top spot in Group A by unexpectedly topping Caterham Racing's Giedo van der Garde with his final run, while in the second a late red flag led to a sudden death one-lap shoot-out that saw Johnny Cecotto Jr. set the fastest time of the afternoon ahead of Max Chilton to claim overall pole position for Friday's feature race.

Starting grid

1. Johnny Cecotto Jr. Barwa Addax Group B
2. Max Chilton Carlin Group A
3. Marcus Ericsson iSport Group B
4. Giedo van der Garde Caterham Racing Group A
5. Luiz Razia Arden Group B
6. Jolyon Palmer iSport Group A
7. Davide Valsecchi DAMS Group B
8. Josef Kral Barwa Addax Group A
9. Fabio Leimer Racing Engineering Group B
10. Esteban Gutierrez Lotus GP Group A
11. Tom Dillmann Rapax Group B
12. Stefano Coletti Scuderia Coloni Group A
13. James Calado Lotus GP Group B
14. Stephane Richelmi Trident Racing Group A
15. Julian Leal Trident Racing Group B
16. Nathanael Berthon Racing Engineering Group A
17. Rodolfo Gonzalez Caterham Racing Group B
18. Felipe Nasr DAMS Group A
19. Nigel Melker Ocean Racing Group B
20. Simon Trummer Arden Group A
21. Fabio Onidi Scuderia Coloni Group B
22. Fabrizio Crestani Group A
23. Rio Haryanto Carlin Group B
24. Victor Guerin Ocean Racing Group A
25. Giancarlo Serenelli Venezuela Lazarus GP Group B
26. Ricardo Teixeira Rapax Group A

Qualifying times

Group A

1. #26 Max Chilton Carlin 1:21.320s (10 laps)
2. #12 Giedo van der Garde Caterham Racing 1:21.475s -0.155s (10 laps)
3. #8 Jolyon Palmer iSport 1:21.530s -0.210s (10 laps)
4. #2 Josef Kral Barwa Addax 1:21.776s -0.456s (8 laps)
5. #10 Esteban Gutierrez Lotus GP 1:21.796s -0.476s (10 laps)
6. #14 Stefano Coletti Scuderia Coloni 1:22.174s -0.854s (10 laps)
7. #16 Stephane Richelmi Trident Racing 1:22.326s -1.006s (10 laps)
8. #6 Nathanael Berthon Racing Engineering 1:22.475s -1.155s (9 laps)
9. #4 Felipe Nasr DAMS 1:22.650s -1.330s (10 laps)
10. #22 Simon Trummer Arden 1:22.997s -1.677s (10 laps)
11. #18 Fabrizio Crestani Venezuela Lazarus GP 1:23.193s -1.873s (10 laps)
12. #24 Victor Guerin Ocean Racing 1:23.792s -2.472s (8 laps)
13. #20 Ricardo Teixeira Rapax 1:25.661s -4.341s (10 laps)

Group B

1. #1 Johnny Cecotto Jr. Barwa Addax 1:21.195s (9 laps)
2. #7 Marcus Ericsson iSport 1:21.249s -0.054s (9 laps)
3. #23 Luiz Razia Arden 1:21.858s -0.663s (10 laps)
4. #3 Davide Valsecchi DAMS 1:21.912s -0.717s (10 laps)
5. #5 Fabio Leimer Racing Engineering 1:22.053s -0.858s (10 laps)
6. #21 Tom Dillmann Rapax 1:22.288s -1.093s (11 laps)
7. #9 James Calado Lotus GP 1:22.598s -1.403s (10 laps)
8. #17 Julian Leal Trident Racing 1:22.762s -1.567s (11 laps)
9. #11 Rodolfo Gonzalez Caterham Racing 1:22.873s -1.678s (7 laps)
10. #25 Nigel Melker Ocean Racing 1:22.996s -1.801s (10 laps)
11. #15 Fabio Onidi Scuderia Coloni 1:23.020s -1.825s (10 laps)
12. #27 Rio Haryanto Carlin 1:23.539s -2.344s (10 laps)
13. #19 Giancarlo Serenelli Venezuela Lazarus GP 1:25.907s -4.712s (9 laps)



Related Pictures

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Johnny Cecotto (VEN, Barwa Addax Team) celebrates in Monaco. [Photo Credit: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service.]
Max Chilton (GBR, Carlin) on track on Monaco. [Photo Credit: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service.]
Max Chilton (GBR, Carlin) on track on Monaco. [Photo Credit: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service.]
Max Chilton (GBR, Carlin) in Monaco. [Photo Credit: Alastair Staley/GP2 Media Service.]
Simon Trummer (SUI, Rapax), leads Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS) & Julian Leal (COL, Carlin) at the start of Race 2 at Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday 6 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), 1st, Simon Trummer (SUI, Rapax), 2nd, & Julian Leal (COL, Carlin), 3rd, take the chequered flag at the end of Race 2 at Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday 6 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), celebrates his win in parc ferme after Race 2 at Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday 6 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), celebrates his win with his mechanics after Race 2 at Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday 6 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer, Simon Trummer and Julian Leal celebrate on the podium after Race 2 at Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday 6 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), receives his 3rd place trophy after Race 1 at Bahrain International Circuit on Saturday 5 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), is interviewed on the podium after Race 1 at Bahrain International Circuit on Saturday 5 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), is interviewed on the podium after Race 1 at Bahrain International Circuit on Saturday 5 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS) after Race 1 at Bahrain International Circuit on Saturday 5 April 2014. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley/LAT Photographic.)
Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), walks to the podium after Race 1 at Bahrain International Circuit on Saturday 5 April 2014. (World Copyright: Alastair Staley/LAT Photographic.)
Stoffel Vandoorne (BEL, ART Grand Prix), 1st, Julian Leal (COL, Carlin), 2nd, & Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), 3rd after Race 1 at Bahrain International Circuit on Saturday 5 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Stoffel Vandoorne (BEL, ART Grand Prix), 1st, Julian Leal (COL, Carlin), 2nd, & Jolyon Palmer (GBR, DAMS), 3rd after Race 1 at Bahrain International Circuit on Saturday 5 April 2014. (World Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Felipe Nasr (BRA, Carlin) during qualifying at Bahrain International Circuit on Friday 4 April 2014. Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)
Felipe Nasr (BRA, Carlin) during qualifying at Bahrain International Circuit on Friday 4 April 2014. Copyright: Sam Bloxham/LAT Photographic.)

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