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1 Lewis Hamilton 338
2 Valtteri Bottas 274
3 Charles Leclerc 221
4 Max Verstappen 212
5 Sebastian Vettel 212
6 Carlos Sainz 76
7 Pierre Gasly 73
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12 Lando Norris 35
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14 Kimi Raikkonen 31
15 Kevin Magnussen 20
16 Lance Stroll 19
17 Romain Grosjean 8
18 Antonio Giovinazzi 4
19 Robert Kubica 1
20 George Russell 0

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1 Mercedes 612
2 Ferrari 433
3 Red Bull 323
4 Mclaren 111
5 Renault 77
6 Toro Rosso 59
7 Racing Point BWT 54
8 Alpha Romeo 35
9 Haas 28
10 Williams 1

Leclerc wins 3rd straight pole in Singapore

Hamilton 2nd Vettel 3rd
Saturday, September 21, 2019


Charles Leclerc gets final adjustments before winning the pole, his third straight
Charles Leclerc gets final adjustments before winning the pole, his third straight
Ferrari ace Charles Leclerc turned a sensational final lap in qualifying to win the pole position for the Singapore GP while Lewis Hamilton managed to push Sebastian Vettel off the front row after Vettel was quickest after the first runs. 

Leclerc's time of 1m36.217s was enough to deny Hamilton another pole by 0.191s while Vettel messed up his final run and ended up 0.220s behind in third.

"If you look at the lap, there were some moments where I thought I had lost the car and now I'm on pole position... The team has done an amazing job to bring the package we needed," said Leclerc.

Ferrari were expected to struggle here. The track didn't suit their car. The opposition were too strong. Don't tell that to the Monegasque driver, defied expectations and under huge pressure laid down an unbelievable lap.

"The final attempt should have been better. I was feeling good, so maybe peaked a bit early. I had a tiny wobble so no point finishing the lap," said Vettel. 

Vettel put a brave face on it, but he can't be happy with being out-qualified by his team mate for the eighth straight race. As for Leclerc. Well. The real deal.

"I don't know where Ferrari have picked up their pace today, Charles put some great laps in. I needed something special and I gave it everything. I got everything out of the car," said Hamilton

Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas rounded out the top-5 for Red Bull and Mercedes.

More to follow.....

Qualifying Results

116Charles LeclercFerrari1:38.0141:36.6501:36.21717
244Lewis HamiltonMercedes1:37.5651:36.9331:36.40818
35Sebastian VettelFerrari1:38.3741:36.7201:36.43716
433Max VerstappenRed Bull Honda1:38.5401:37.0891:36.81315
577Valtteri BottasMercedes1:37.3171:37.1421:37.14618
623Alexander AlbonRed Bull Honda1:39.1061:37.8651:37.41116
755Carlos Sainz Jr.McLaren Renault1:38.8821:37.9821:37.81819
83Daniel RicciardoRenault1:39.3621:38.3991:38.09518
927Nico HulkenbergRenault1:39.0011:38.5801:38.26418
104Lando NorrisMcLaren Renault1:38.6061:37.5721:38.32919
1111Sergio PerezRacing Point Mercedes1:39.9091:38.620-14
1299Antonio GiovinazziAlfa Romeo Ferrari1:39.2721:38.697-14
1310Pierre GaslyToro Rosso Honda1:39.0851:38.699-12
147Kimi RaikkonenAlfa Romeo Ferrari1:39.4541:38.858-14
1520Kevin MagnussenHaas Ferrari1:39.9421:39.650-14
1626Daniil KvyatToro Rosso Honda1:39.957--7
1718Lance StrollRacing Point Mercedes1:39.979--8
188Romain GrosjeanHaas Ferrari1:40.277--8
1963George RussellWilliams Mercedes1:40.867--7
2088Robert KubicaWilliams Mercedes1:41.186--6

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