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Starting grid for the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

  • Published on 25 Nov 2018 12:49
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Lewis Hamilton took yet another pole position on Saturday at the Yas Marina Circuit, with his teammate Valtteri Bottas making it an all Mercedes front row for the start of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. 

Behind them lie the two Ferraris who will be hoping to end the season on a high and take its first final round win since 2008. On the third row, the two Red Bulls will line up with Max Verstappen being the only driver from the top six starting on the hyper soft tyre.

F1Grand Prix United Arab Emirates - Startgrid

AE Yas Marina Circuit - 25 November 2018

2

  • 1:34.956
  • +0.162

3

  • 1:35.125
  • +0.331

4

  • 1:35.365
  • +0.571

5

  • 1:35.401
  • +0.607

6

  • 1:35.589
  • +0.795

7

  • 1:36.192
  • +1.398

8

  • 1:36.237
  • +1.443

9

  • 1:36.540
  • +1.746

10

  • 1:36.542
  • +1.748

11

  • 1:36.982
  • +2.188

12

  • 1:37.132
  • +2.338

13

  • 1:37.309
  • +2.515

14

  • 1:37.541
  • +2.747

15

  • 1:37.743
  • +2.949

16

  • 1:37.994
  • +3.200

17

  • 1:38.166
  • +3.372

18

  • 1:38.577
  • +3.783

19

  • 1:38.635
  • +3.841

20

  • 1:38.682
  • +3.888

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