Max Verstappen topped the last practice session of the Monaco GP weekend, followed by Carlos Sainz in P2, just 0.047 seconds behind, and Chalres Leclerc in P3.
With Valtteri Bottas in P4 and Lewis Hamilton in P7, Mercedes don't look like pole position contenders, not being able to keep up with Ferrari's pace. Splitting the two Mercedes drivers, Sergio Perez in P5, 0.523 seconds behind his teammate, and Lando Norris in P6. Completing the top 10, Kimi Raikkonen in P8, Pierre Gasly in P9 and Sebastian Vettel in P10.
Just outside the top 10, Antonio Giovinazzi (P11) once again showed good pace, and looks like he has great chances of qualifying among the top 10. Daniel Ricciardo (P13) didn't manage to be anywhere near his teammate, as his quickest lap time in FP3 was almost one second slower than Lando Norris's.
With 15 minutes on the clock, Nicholas Latifi (P18) went into the barriers at the exit of the Swimming Pool, bringing the red flag out. The session was resumed 4 minutes later.
Just 2 minutes before the end of the session, after a great performance, Mick Schumacher (P14) crashed in Casino Square, bringing another red flag out. The session was not restarted. Both drivers are ok.
Full FP3 Classification:
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