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Starting grid for 2018 Italian Grand Prix

  • Published on 02 Sep 2018 13:40
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Kimi Raikkonen took pole position in an exciting and dramatic qualifying session at Monza on Saturday. The Finn beat teammate Sebastian Vettel to the top spot, leaving Vettel to claim second place and secure a Ferrari one-two.

Mercedes will be aiming to stop Ferrari from obtaining a strong result on Sunday, which could potentially see Ferrari take the lead in the constructor's standings. Just 15 points separate the two manufacturers heading into the Italian Grand Prix.

 

Take a look at the full grid below;

1) Kimi Raikkonen           

2) Sebastian Vettel

3) Lewis Hamilton 

4) Valtteri Bottas

5) Max Verstappen

6) Romain Grosjean

7) Carlos Sainz

8) Esteban Ocon

9) Pierre Gasly

10) Lance Stroll

11) Kevin Magnussen

12) Sergey Sirotkin

13) Fernando Alonso

14) Sergio Perez

15) Charles Leclerc

16) Brendon Hartley

17) Stoffel Vandoorne

18) Marcus Ericsson *

19) Daniel Ricciardo *

20) Nico Hulkenberg **

* engine penalty
* engine penalty and 10-place grid penalty for Spa crash

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