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Starting grid for 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix

  • Published on 11 Nov 2018 16:20
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

After an intense qualifying session, it was Lewis Hamilton who came out on top to take his 10th pole position of the season. The Briton beat his rival Sebastian Vettel to the top spot, however Vettel will start the race on a harder compound.

Behind them comes the other Mercedes and Ferrari, with Valtteri Bottas getting the better of his compatriot Kimi Raikkonen. Red Bull fill out the third row, while the Saubers are just behind after it took its best team qualifying result since 2012 on Saturday.

 

BR Interlagos - 11 November 2018

2

  • 1:07.374
  • +0.093

3

  • 1:07.441
  • +0.160

4

  • 1:07.456
  • +0.175

5

  • 1:07.778
  • +0.497

6

  • 1:08.296
  • +1.015

7

  • 1:08.492
  • +1.211

8

  • 1:08.517
  • +1.236

9

  • 1:09.029
  • +1.748

10

  • 1:08.659
  • +1.378

11

  • 1:07.780
  • +0.499

12

  • 1:08.741
  • +1.460

13

  • 1:08.834
  • +1.553

14

  • 1:10.381
  • +3.100

15

  • 1:09.269
  • +1.988

16

  • 1:09.280
  • +1.999

17

  • 1:09.402
  • +2.121

18

  • 1:08.770
  • +1.489

19

  • 1:09.441
  • +2.160

20

  • 1:09.601
  • +2.320

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