Max Verstappen je na kvalifikacijah v osvojil svoj prvi najboljši štartni položaj v Monaku.
Iz prve štartne vrste bo dirko ob Verstappnu začel Fernando Alonso, v drugi pa bosta stala Charles Leclerc ter Esteban Ocon, v prvi peterici pa je kvalifikacije končal še Carlos Sainz.
Specialist uličnih dirk in po mnenju mnogih edini nasprotnik Maxa Verstappna v letošnji sezoni, Sergio Perez, je kvalifikacije končal že v prvem delu, ko je na zaviranju v prvi ovinek storil napako ter trčil v zaščitni zid.
Dirkača moštva Red Bull Racing Max Verstappen in Sergio Perez sta bila najhitrejša na zadnjem prostem treningu F1 v Monaku, ki se je končal predčasno, potem ko je Lewis Hamilton svojega Mercedesa W14 parkiral v zaščitni ograji.
Tretji čas je postavil Lance Stroll pred Carlosom Sainzem in Landom Norrisom.
Max Verstappen je postavil najhitrejši čas drugega prostega treninga F1 za VN Monaka, kjer pa sta se mu na vsega desetinko sekunde približala Ferrarijeva dirkača Charles Leclerc in Carlos Sainz.
Med petimi najhitrejšimi dirkači treninga sta bila na koncu uvrščena še Fernando Alonso ter Lando Norris, medtem pa je bil šesti Lewis Hamilton pred Sergiom Perezom. Osmi je bil Valtteri Bottas, deveti Pierre Gasly, deseti pa Esteban Ocon.
Max Verstappen annoys Lewis Hamilton with two things and his payroll is one of them, according to Red Bull Racing team advisor Helmut Marko. Hamilton's contract with Mercedes expires at the end of this season, and according to the latest rumors, a tempting offer from Maranello is now influencing any negotiations. Ferrari are said to be willing to offer the Briton 44 million a season if he decides to join their team, and that could be the key if Helmut Marko is right. Verstappen earns 55 million for each season he drives, 20 million more than Hamilton gets from Mercedes, which failed to provide the seven-time world champion with a winning car this year. According to Helmut Mark, Hamilton would prefer to move to Red Bull, but there for him according to Christian Horner
Max Verstappen is the winner of the F1 race for the Miami Grand Prix, which he only started from ninth place. In the street race, the Dutchman made his way to the front in just a few laps, and in the end, as a clear message of his dominance, he drove the fastest lap of the race. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1655317409698390020 Second, more than five seconds behind, was his teammate Sergio Perez, who started the race from the best starting position, and third was the Spaniard, Fernando Alonso. George Russell and Carlos Sainz finished the race in the top five, who was penalized with a five-second penalty, which did not affect his ranking. Lewis Hamilton was sixth, Charles Leclerc seventh, Pierre Gasly eighth, Esteban Ocon ninth, and Kevin Magnussen tenth.
Max Verstappen made a mistake in the final part of qualifying for the Miami Grand Prix, abandoning the first fast lap and was unable to complete the second due to a stoppage caused by Charles Leclerc. Today, the Dutchman will have a tough race, which he will start from ninth place, while his teammate at Red Bull, Sergio Perez, will start it from the best starting point. Despite the difficult task, the two-time world champion believes that he can make it all the way to second place in the race. "We were unlucky," he said after qualifying. "It's my fault that we didn't set a time. I drove a bit off the ideal line coming out of the sixth corner. I felt understeer and I couldn't get back on the line, so I stopped the lap. Sometimes you need luck and you have to hope not there will be an interruption.Ven
Max Verstappen was the fastest driver of the second F1 practice session in Miami, the closest ranked drivers were the Ferrari drivers this time too, except that this time Carlos Sainz was the faster of the two, who was 0.385 seconds behind the Red Bull driver. Charles Leclerc was another tenth of a second slower, and the Monaco native also interrupted the practice when he parked his Ferrari in the protective tires ten minutes before the end. Sergio Perez was fourth and Fernando Alonso fifth. https://twitter.com/F1/status/1654627556321099777
After Max Verstappen won the F1 Australian Grand Prix, there was speculation as to why the Dutchman was not penalized for wrongly lining up his starting position. In some photos, the Red Bull racer was standing on the white line, which marks the starting point, with the front wheels of the racing car. But the explanation is very simple, because the rules state that the tires with their "contact surface" must stand within the area marked by white lines. From the clearer photos, it appears that Max positioned his racing car in such a way that the contact surface of the front tires was not outside the marked area, while the current world champion explained that it was not a deliberate act. "To be honest, I braked a bit later and I lost the reference point," explained Verstappen. "Looked
Max Verstappen says he is happy with the top starting position for the Australian Grand Prix after suffering a lot of tire warm-up problems during qualifying. At Red Bull, unlike their rivals, they did not use the tactic of two practice laps before the fast lap to warm up the tires, and as a result, Verstappen slipped to sixth place during Q3. The Dutchman felt a sense of relief after setting the fastest time in the final fast lap, which saw him take the 21st pole position of his career by almost a quarter of a second ahead of George Russell. "The last round was pretty good," he said. "Until then we had a lot of problems with grip. Everyone did two practice laps, or two fast laps. I only had one lap and this time it worked out, so I'm very happy." The race in Australia will be e
Max Verstappen was the fastest in the last free practice of F1 in Australia, and Fernando Alonso also finished the practice very close, who was 0.162 seconds behind in second place. Alpine team rider Esteban Ocon came as a bit of a surprise with third place. George Russell and Pierre Gasly also finished the training session, which took place on a dry track, in the top five, followed by Sergio Perez, Carlos Sainz, Lewis Hamilton, Lance Stroll and Zhou Guanyu in tenth place. Max Verstappen was the fastest in the last free practice of F1 in Australia, and Fernando Alonso also finished the practice very close, who was 0.162 seconds behind in second place. Alpine team rider Esteban Ocon came as a bit of a surprise with third place. George Russell and
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