Max Verstappen has beat Charles Leclerc by a tenth and a half to take pole for the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The Dutchman bounced back following a set up change after struggling in practice to his record-breaking form beating Leclerc as well as top all three parts of qualifying. While it was relatively straightforward
Charles Leclerc has beaten his teammate Carlos Sainz by almost half a second to take pole for the Las Vegas Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver set a 32.726 to start on the front row alongside Max Verstappen who was third. Leclerc had looked to be the favourite going into qualifying having been quick in practice,
Lando Norris has beaten Max Verstappen by six hundredths of a second to take pole for the sprint at the São Paulo Grand Prix. The McLaren driver was surprised by his pole position and beating both Red Bulls, underlining further the progress McLaren has made in the second half of the season. Despite looking down
Max Verstappen has beaten Charles Leclerc by almost three-tenths of a second to take pole for Sunday’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix. The Dutchman set a 10.727 On his first run in Q3 topping the time before the sky got darker and darker as the rain moved in and caused the session to be abandoned with
Charles Leclerc has beaten his Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz by nearly seven-hundredths of a second to take pole position for the Mexico City Grand Prix. The Monacan surprised everyone when he set a 17.166 on his final attempt to take pole despite Ferrari looking to struggle for pace in practice. Sainz had lit up the
Max Verstappen has taken pole position for the sprint at the United States Grand Prix, the Red Bull driver beat the Ferrari of Charles Leclerc by half a tenth. Verstappen went into the shootout looking to bounce back from a disappointing qualifying yesterday where he could only manage sixth for the Grand Prix. The three-time
Charles Leclerc has beaten Lando Norris by a tenth and a half to take pole position for Sunday’s United States Grand Prix. The Ferrari driver went fastest on his final run and was able to hang onto pole after three-time champion Max Verstappen’s fastest lap was deleted for breaching track limits dropping him to sixth.
Max Verstappen has beaten George Russell by four-tenths of a second to take pole position for Sunday’s Qatar Grand Prix. Verstappen looked unstoppable on a weekend where he has two opportunities to seal a third championship which looks almost certain after his teammate Sergio Perez was knocked out in Q2. Verstappen looks to take his
Max Verstappen bounced back strongly from Singapore to take pole position by nearly six-tenths of a second for the Japanese Grand Prix. The Dutchman set a 28.877 to take pole ahead of the two McLaren’s with Oscar Piastri getting the first front row start of his career after beating teammate Lando Norris by four hundredths.
Carlos Sainz has taken back-to-back poles for the Singapore Grand Prix, after beating George Russel by seven-hundredths of a second. The Ferrari driver set a 30.984 to beat the Mercedes after neither Red Bull made it through to Q3 for the first time since 2020. Sainz pulled out the lap towards the end of Q3