Ricciardo will start from the front in Monaco
Daniel Ricciardo produced a crushing qualifying performance to secure his first pole position in two years for tomorrow’s Monaco Grand Prix.
Ricciardo has been in imperious form all weekend and saw off Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel with a record-breaking lap of the Monte Carlo street circuit
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton will line up in third after crucially splitting the Ferrari duo with Kimi Raikkonen a place behind.
Meanwhile, Max Verstappen suffered as disaster, crashing out in final practice.
Verstappen lit up the time sheets with a blistering lap of the Monte Carlo track, but ended the session in the barriers.
He lost control of his Red Bull at the high-speed swimming pool section and sustained serious damage to his car.
Having failed to post a lap in qualifying, Verstappen will start from the back of the grid for Sunday’s race.