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F1: Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying Results, Starting Grid


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The track was dry throughout qualifying Saturday, with spots of rain falling from time to time.

In the Top-10 shootout, LewisHamilton set a new track record of 1m13.613s, 3/1-ths ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas, and then improved on his 2nd run to 1m13.447s. Bottas also went quicker on his final run.

Lance Stroll was best of the rest for Racing Point, 0.764s down on Pole. Teammate Sergio Perez had his 1st run deleted for track limits, but his 2nd run was good enough for 4th.

Sebastian Vettel pipped Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) teammate Charles Leclerc by 0.04s to lockout the 3rd row of the grid, with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen only 7th, ahead of the McLarens of Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz. Pierre Gasly’s AlphaTauri made it through to Q-3, but did not run due to a power unit problem.

The highlights

F1 Hungarian Grand Prix starting grid

Cla Driver Chassis Engine Time Gap km/h

1 Lewis HamiltonMercedesAMGMercedes1’13.447214.734
2 Valtteri BottasMercedesAMGMercedes1’13.5540.107214.422
3 Lance StrollRacing PointMercedes1’14.3770.930212.049
4 Sergio PerezRacing PointMercedes1’14.5451.098211.571
5 Sebastian VettelFerrariFerrari1’14.7741.327210.923
6 Charles LeclercFerrariFerrari1’14.8171.370210.802
7 Max VerstappenRed BullHonda1’14.8491.402210.712
8 Lando NorrisMcLarenRenault1’14.9661.519210.383
9 Carlos Sainz Jr.McLarenRenault1’15.0271.580210.212
10 Pierre GaslyAlphaTauriHonda
11 Daniel RicciardoRenaultRenault1’15.6612.214208.450
12 George RussellWilliamsMercedes1’15.6982.251208.348
13 Alex AlbonRed BullHonda1’15.7152.268208.302
14 Esteban OconRenaultRenault1’15.7422.295208.227
15 Nicholas LatifiWilliamsMercedes1’16.5443.097206.046
16 Kevin MagnussenHaasFerrari1’16.1522.705207.106
17 Daniil KvyatAlphaTauriHonda1’16.2042.757206.965
18 Romain GrosjeanHaasFerrari1’16.4072.960206.415
19 Antonio GiovinazziAlfa RomeoFerrari1’16.5063.059206.148
20 Kimi RaikkonenAlfa RomeoFerrari1’16.6143.167205.857
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Have a healthy weekend, enjoy the racing.


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