Starting grid for the 2018 US Grand Prix

  • 21 Oct 2018 18:02
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the US Grand Prix on Saturday, beating the two Ferraris by the smallest of margins. Despite Sebastian Vettel setting the second fastest time, the German will line up in fifth place for the start of the race due to a penalty he received on Friday.

Hamilton can clinch his fifth world title if he wins the race and Vettel fails to come home in second place. Should Hamilton win the championship, he will become just the third driver in history to win five world titles after Juan Manuel Fangio and Micahel Schumacher.

Take a look at the full grid below;

F1Grand Prix United States of America - Startgrid

US Circuit of the Americas - 21 October 2018

2

  • 1:32.307
  • +0.070

3

  • 1:32.616
  • +0.379

4

  • 1:33.494
  • +1.257

5

  • 1:32.298
  • +0.061

6

  • 1:34.145
  • +1.908

7

  • 1:34.215
  • +1.978

8

  • 1:34.250
  • +2.013

9

  • 1:34.420
  • +2.183

10

  • 1:34.594
  • +2.357

11

  • 1:34.566
  • +2.329

12

  • 1:34.732
  • +2.495

13

  • 1:35.294
  • +3.057

14

  • 1:35.362
  • +3.125

15

  • 1:35.480
  • +3.243

16

  • 1:35.536
  • +3.299

17

  • 1:35.735
  • +3.498

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