Wet and changing conditions always adds drama to any Formula 1 session and especially qualifying. The British Grand Prix living up to its reputation of throwing a little bit of every weather condition at a race weekend.
With the rain waning and the track drying, Q3 was a case of every single lap was quicker than the previous and this meant that all the drivers were pushing he entire session. Each driver was trading the quickest lap but it was the battle between Red Bull and Ferrari that was consistently fighting at the top taking provisional pole with each successive lap.
In the end, it was Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz who led Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc to the top three for the start of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix. It is Carlos’s very first pole position in Formula 1.
|1||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Ferrari||1m40.19s||1m41.602s||1m40.983s|
|2||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||1m39.129s||1m40.655s||1m41.055s|
|4||Sergio Pérez||Red Bull||1m40.521s||1m42.513s||1m41.616s|
|9||Guanyu Zhou||Alfa Romeo-Ferrari||1m40.791s||1m42.64s||1m42.719s|
|11||Pierre Gasly||AlphaTauri-Red Bull||1m41.68s||1m43.702s|
|12||Valtteri Bottas||Alfa Romeo-Ferrari||1m41.396s||1m44.232s|
|13||Yuki Tsunoda||AlphaTauri-Red Bull||1m41.893s||1m44.311s|
|18||Sebastian Vettel||Aston Martin-Mercedes||1m42.666s|
|20||Lance Stroll||Aston Martin-Mercedes||1m43.43s|