Leclerc will start before mercedes” George Russell After a one-hour qualifying session, which is divided into three five-car divisions each that went out in the first and second quarters before the top ten penalty shootouts in the third quarter.
A range of grid penalties for power unit and gearbox changes mean the starting grid is mixed largely from the qualifying order, with about half of the field affected. red balls Max Verstappen He was the second fastest player in the playoffs, before the second Ferrari From Carlos Sainzbut both of them back off the grid due to the penalties.
Italian Grand Prix grid: Leclerc on pole from Russell
What happened at the Q1 Italian Grand Prix?
Verstappen set the bar at 1m22.023s but quickly topped by Ferrari Sainz in 1m21.348s and then Leclerc in 1m21.280s. Russell also outperformed Verstappen, albeit half a second faster than Ferrari.
Verstappen pushed again and reclaimed P1, on his fourth lap on these tyres, with 1m20.922s to lead the session by 0.358sec.
Falling into the first obstacle was Nicholas Latifi (Williamswho blew Rettifilo chicane on his last bosom), Aston Martins Sebastian Vettel And the Lance’s OutingThe Haas Duo Kevin Magnussen (Whoever loses a lap good enough for P11 by crossing the track limits) and Mick Schumacher (who also held onto Rettifilo on his last attempt.)
Italian Grand Prix Q1 results: Verstappen faster than Leclerc
What happened at the Q2 Italian Grand Prix?
Verstappen set early pace again, at 1m21.265s, but Sainz quickly beat that with 1m20.878s, as Leclerc made a straight streak at Rettifilo chicane on the opening lap.
Leclerc went into P2 on his second attempt, dropping 0.33sec. Verstappen slipped to third, 0.387 seconds off the lead, just ahead of his teammate Sergio Perez.
Get out of this point Esteban Ocon (Alpswho has a penalty of five places), Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo), Nick de Vries (in Alex Albon at Williams, but he passed the Rogia Chicani on his new tires), Zhou Guanyu (Alfa Romeo) and Yuki Tsunoda (Who did not run in his country AlphaTauri Because it goes to the back of the network).
Italian Grand Prix Q2 results: Sainz faster than Leclerc
What happened at the Q3 Italian Grand Prix?
In the first rounds, Sainz set the fastest time of 1m20.584s, 0.186sec ahead of Leclerc’s 1m20.770s, with Verstappen once again third in 1m20.859s. Perez led the rest but was more than three-quarters of a second off the lead.
In the final runs, Leclerc grabbed the pole with 1m20.161s, 0.145 seconds faster than Verstappen’s 1m20.906s, with Sainz third fastest in 1m20.429s. Perez came fourth, ahead of Mercedes Hamilton and Russell.
Sainz will start at the back of the grid, where he will line up for 18th, ahead of Hamilton and Tsunoda.
Verstappen has a five-place penalty and Perez has 10, so Russell will start from the front row on Sunday. McLaren will make up the second row, ahead of Gasly and Alonso.
Verstappen will start in seventh, along with debutante de Vries.
Italian Grand Prix results in the third quarter: Leclerc takes the lead
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