Who will take pole position in Monaco? The answer will be given today from 4 p.m. during qualifying. We report live (see ticker below).
Breaks Red Bull dominance?Red Bull Racing has won every race of this Formula 1 season so far. Defending champion Max Verstappen leads the World Championship ahead of his teammate Sergio Perez. On the narrow street circuit of Monaco, the pursuers like Ferrari and Aston Martin are hoping for a real chance to break the dominance of the “bulls” at certain points. Especially old master Fernando Alonso calculates something on slower routes. Overtaking is almost impossible in the turmoil between the lanes. With four third places so far, the two-time world champion Alonso has established himself as the third man behind Verstappen and Perez in the world championship. For the Spaniard, however, it is clear that this cannot be the end of the season. “Hopefully soon. I don’t know,” Alonso said recently when asked when he would celebrate his first win with Aston Martin. The racing team will be in partnership with Honda from 2026 and thus have the status of a works team. Whether with or without Alonso, who will celebrate his 45th birthday in 2026, is in the stars.
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