Three drivers have had times deleted after the stewards examined incidents during the Formula Renault 3.5 qualifying session in Monaco this morning.
As expected, Comtec's series debutant John Martin loses his best time for causing a stoppage in the first session when he crashed at the first part of the Swimming Pool. The punishment is set to drop the Australian from his original sixth row slot to the tenth row when a final grid is issued.
Miguel Molina, who had qualified fifth overall, and Max Chilton who was provisionally on the 11th row, will also both lose their fastest laps for receiving outside assistance following trips off course.
Oliver Turvey has qualified on pole position for tomorrow morning's race, ahead of James Walker.