Verstappen pips Norris to Sprint Qualifying pole in Austria

Max Verstappen edged out Lando Norris by just 0.093 seconds to take pole position for the sprint race at the Austrian Grand Prix. Verstappen, the last of the front-runners to cross the line, despite being unhappy with his tyres as a result of a chaotic end to the session and crowded track.

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Verstappen claims pole for Miami Sprint ahead of Leclerc

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to take pole position for the sprint race at the Miami Grand Prix. The Dutchman was 0.108 seconds quicker than Leclerc, with Red Bull’s Sergio Perez third ahead of Daniel Ricciardo’s RB in a surprise fourth place. The Mercedes duo of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton both failed to reach the final shootout.

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Lando Norris takes pole ahead of Sprint in Shanghai

Lando Norris beat Lewis Hamilton to take pole position for the sprint race at the Chinese Grand Prix in a hectic wet session. The McLaren driver had his fastest lap time deleted and then reinstated in the final minutes of the session as he beat Hamilton by 1.261 seconds. Hamilton’s Mercedes headed Fernando Alonso’s Aston Martin by 0.714 seconds as Max Verstappen managed only fourth.The Red Bull driver made errors on two laps before sneaking in at the end.

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Verstappen beats Leclerc to pole in Saudi Arabia

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen was in imperious form as he set pole position at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Verstappen did not need a second lap in final qualifying as he beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc by 0.319 seconds while his teammate Sergio Perez will start third ahead of the impressive Aston Martin of Fernando Alonso.

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Max Verstappen takes pole for season opening Bahrain Grand Prix

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen put in a crushing performance to set pole position for the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix. The world champion was 0.228 seconds quicker than Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc in second. Mercedes’ George Russell was third from Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz. Red Bull’s Sergio Perez was fifth, from Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso and McLaren’s Lando Norris.

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