Marquez wins at Misano

Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) took his fourth win of the year in a high stakes duel at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, with the conditions torrential and the top three in the title fight lining up for the challenge on the front row. But as the spray cleared, it was Danilo Petrucci (Octo Pramac Racing) just ahead of the reigning Champion on track as the two dueled – and Marquez pounced on the last lap for another 25 point haul. That gives the number 93 the Championship lead once again as Andrea Dovizioso (Ducati Team) came home third, with the two rivals equal on points and equal on wins – and Marquez ahead by virtue of more second places.

But despite the challengers on the front row in the #SanMarinoGP, it was Jorge Lorenzo (Ducati Team) who got away best from Row 2, taking the lead through the first two corners after tousling with Marquez and shooting away into the distance. Marquez slotted into second and Dovizioso in third, with Petrucci then slicing around the outside of Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) at the start of the second lap to begin his charge. After Viñales, the Pramac rider then shot past Dovizioso, beginning to hone in on Marquez and then taking over in second.

After setting the timesheets alight and clear in the lead, drama then struck the head of the race as Lorenzo suddenly highsided out at Turn 6 – rider ok – leaving Petrucci in the lead and a long game of highspeed chess to set in: Petrucci, Marquez, Dovizioso, and nothing between them.

As the laps ticked on and the stakes seemed to get higher and higher, Dovizioso began to fade backwards and the trio became a duo in the battle for the win. The ring of the Honda getting louder and louder behind him, Petrucci held firm but Marquez chose his moment well: heading through at Turn 1 on the final lap. The rider from Cervera was then able to keep a small margin as the spray kicked up behind him, holding his nerve to take win number four of the year – and the Championship lead.

That meant Petrucci took second and his fourth premier class podium, 1.1 seconds off the win after Marquez fired in the fastest lap of the race on the final lap. Dovizioso took a safe third place – his first podium finish at Misano – and another good haul of points, with Viñales able to similarly avoid mistakes despite the stakes, taking fourth to keep himself very much in the title fight.

Behind the front four, Michele Pirro (Ducati Team) made steady progress and once again impressed as a wildcard for the Borgo Panigale factory, completing the top five. Jack Miller (EG 0,0 Marc VDS) put in a signature stunner in the wet from way down on the grid, for some time threatening Viñales for the top four before eventually crossing the line in sixth. Seventh over the line was a fight back from Scott Redding (Octo Pramac Racing), ahead of a quality ride from rookie Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar).

Jonas Folger (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) shot through the field from P16 on the grid to take ninth, with an impressive double act behind him for Red Bull KTM Factory Racing, as Bradley Smith took his first top ten with the Austrian factory and teammate Pol Espargaro crossed the line in eleventh.

Alvaro Bautista (Pull&Bear Aspar Team) took points in P12 and kept out of trouble, ahead of Cal Crutchlow (LCR Honda) in P13 – who crashed in the early stages and remounted. It was a tough day at the office for Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team), as the Spaniard struggled to find grip and get heat into the tyres, crossing the line in P14. Johann Zarco (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) supplied some late drama as he had a problem on the final lap, but managed to push the bike over the line for the final point.

Now it’s the final European round before the flyaway races, and Marquez and Dovizioso are equal on points. They’re also equal on wins, but the number 93 has more second places – making him the new leader in the sixth change so far this season. And Aragon? That’s Marquez’ backyard, and the number 93 will march home with a single focus: victory.

Source: motogp

Pos. Points Num. Rider Nation Team Bike Km/h Time/Gap
1 25 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 140.0 50’41.565
2 20 9 Danilo PETRUCCI ITA OCTO Pramac Racing Ducati 139.9 +1.192
3 16 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 139.5 +11.706
4 13 25 Maverick VIÑALES SPA Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Yamaha 139.2 +16.559
5 11 51 Michele PIRRO ITA Ducati Team Ducati 139.1 +19.499
6 10 43 Jack MILLER AUS EG 0,0 Marc VDS Honda 138.9 +24.882
7 9 45 Scott REDDING GBR OCTO Pramac Racing Ducati 138.5 +33.872
8 8 42 Alex RINS SPA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki 138.4 +34.662
9 7 94 Jonas FOLGER GER Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 137.6 +54.082
10 6 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 137.4 +57.964
11 5 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM 137.3 +1’00.440
12 4 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA Pull&Bear Aspar Team Ducati 136.5 +1’17.356
13 3 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW GBR LCR Honda Honda 135.7 +1’35.588
14 2 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 135.6 +1’38.857
15 1 5 Johann ZARCO FRA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 134.6 +2’02.212
16 76 Loris BAZ FRA Reale Avintia Racing Ducati 134.3 1 Lap
17 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Pull&Bear Aspar Team Ducati 133.1 1 Lap
Not Classified
53 Tito RABAT SPA EG 0,0 Marc VDS Honda 136.4 9 Laps
29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Team SUZUKI ECSTAR Suzuki 136.1 12 Laps
22 Sam LOWES GBR Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia 137.1 13 Laps
41 Aleix ESPARGARO SPA Aprilia Racing Team Gresini Aprilia 137.4 15 Laps
8 Hector BARBERA SPA Reale Avintia Racing Ducati 137.4 17 Laps
99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Ducati Team Ducati 138.5 22 Laps

Mercedes-AMG Project One revealed. AMG’s $2.5 million halo hyper car

This is the Mercedes AMG Project One.This is bringing the technology from the Dominant Mercedes-AMG Formula Car to the street. The most direct transfer of technology being the engine. Current F1 regs dicate that the engine must be a turbocharged 90-degree V-6 displacing 1.6 liters. It must have four overhead camshafts actuating four vales per cylinder and pneumatic valve springs, it cannot rev higher than 15,000 rpm. Mercedes Hyper car is powered by this 1.6 liter v6. Derived from the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team but with a few key differences. For the sake of longevity, this V-6 generates at a lower rpm for the street. The Projects One claimed total output is about 1000 horsepower, The combustion in this is making about 520-hp, The power peak is reduced from the race engine’s 11,500 rpm to around 9,000 rpm, even though the redline is still upward of 10,000 rpm. The street version idles at around 1,000 rpm, down from the 4000 rpm in the race car.

In addition to the 161-hp MGU-K motor that is integrated with the engine and driving the rear wheels, the Project One gets two additional 161-hp motors to power its front wheels independently. These motors are geared to the wheels; they have the ability to provide greater regenerative braking and capture up to 80 percent of the deceleration energy produced during regular driving. These motors are independently controlled this allows the motors to provide torque vectoring to improve high speed cornering.The three electric motors produce a combined 483 horsepower in the Project One. This car uses the same type of lithium-ion battery as the F1 car and an upsized version of the race cars 800- volt system. The battery pack in this car is larger than the one used in F1. Part of the reason is to feed the two additional 161-hp motors powering the front wheels. The Project One plug-in hybrid has a claimed range of only 15 miles.

The engine which is mid-mounted is connected to an eight-speed sequential transaxle from f1 supplier Xtrac this hydraulically actuated gearbox can be operated automatically or be shifted by using paddles. This car rides on very sophisticated suspension that borrows F1 design elements. The Project One’s carbon ceramic brake rotors work with the regenerative braking system to reduce speed. The tyres on this are bespoke Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres: 285/35ZR-19s on 10-inch-wide wheels in front and 335/30ZR-20s on 12 inchers in the rear.

Mercedes said the Project One has a top speed of more than 217 mph and can accelerate to 124 mph in less than 6.0 seconds. If it delivers on those figures, that acceleration would exceed that of the Bugatti Veyron (zero to 120 mph in 7.2 seconds), the Porsche 918 (the same in 6.7), or any of the other recent hyperexotics that we haven’t tested—in a car with air conditioning, power windows, and the Mercedes COMAND infotainment system.Production is expected to begin in the second half of 2019 with a run of only 275 cars costing about $2.7 million each. We’d suggest that you start saving now, but at this point, all of the Project Ones are already spoken for.

Source: CarandDriver Shmee150

 

The New TVR Griffith

TVR is back with the Brand new Griffith. With the launch of its 90,000pound ($118,548) V-8 powered supercar. This car packs a 5.0-litre quad-cam V-8 unit that is usually seen in Ford Mustang. But overhauled by Cosworth to deliver more power and torque. It’s dry sumped to lower the center of gravity and has 50/50 weight distribution.The Griffith uses a Tremec Magnum six-speed manual instead of dual-shift semi-auto transmission. The Griffith having a dry weight of 1250 kg this car is very light and boasts a power-to-weight ratio of 400bhp-per-tonne. This should put the Griffith into supercar territory. 0-100mph in six and a bit seconds with a 200 mph top speed.

The new Griffith is revolutionary in other key areas. It’s the first production car to deploy Gordon Murray Design’s iStream technology. This simplifies the manufacturing process while introducing carbon fiber giving the new Griffith structural rigidity TVR’s of the past never possessed. The chassis consists of carbon composite bonded to steel and aluminum, with body panels also in composite. The iStream tech gives the Griffith notable crash performance: the energy loads are directed through front and rear crash structures, leaving the chassis intact. It also has a fully flat underfloor so if a 200mph mission does present itself, you won’t end up troubling air traffic control. Aero? On a TVR?

The new Griffith has fully electric steering for the fist time in a TVR. The suspension uses double wishbones at either end, with adjustable coil-over dampers and concentric springs. This car rides on 275/30 tyres on 20in rims at the rear, 235/35 on 19’s at the front. To help this car stop it has a breaking system that uses six-piston aluminum calipers And two piece 370mm diameter ventilated discs upfront, four-piston ally calipers and two-piece 350mm vented discs at the rear. The Griffith has ABS and configurable traction control. The bonkers TVR interior’s of the past have been retired. The new Griffith gets bespoke dials and centrally mounted portrait infotainment screen. TVR has sold almost all of it’s 500 Launch editions, at £90,000 this is more expensive than TVR’s of the past. But this is a more refined different TVR.

Source: https://www.topgear.com

TVR’s new sport’s car will debut debut on Friday

This will be the British manufacturer TVR’s first sportscar offering in a decade. The new TVR will be revealed at the Goodwood Revival Earls Court Motor Show, honoring the brand’s 70th anniversary. The debut announcement includes a lone teaser image of the proposed sports car alongside its retro counterpart. The design was penned by David Seesing with help from Gordon Murray Design. Gordon Murray was responsible for such supercars as the Mclaren f1, and the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren.

The new TVR will reportedly come with 480 hp(357 kilowatts) and a manual gearbox. It is powered by a cosworth of 5.0 liter V8 engine, this car has a estimated 0-60mph of under 4 seconds “easily” also a top speed of 200 mph. The dry weight of the vehicle should be at less than 2,755 pounds(1,250 kg) this will give this sportscar a  power-to-weight ratio of 400 hp (298 kW) per ton.

The first 500 cars will were a launch edition badge, the pricing is estimated to be around 90,000($118,000). Many of the owners have already placed there deposit of 5,000. Deliveries are expected to began sometime in 2019. Tvr says that different variations of this vehicle will be less expensive and more expensive than the launch edition. All the details of this car should be revealed later in the week when the car makes it debut.

 

 

Source: motor1

Aspark Owl The Japanese Electric Supercar you never heard of.

I am definitely sure you have never heard of the name Aspark Oak. Well the Aspark Owl is a Japanese Electric Supercar that is heading to the Frankfurt Motor Show as the quickest accelerating car in the world. The Japan-based Aspark has been developing an electric vehicle since 2014 according to it’s official website. This previously unheard of machine will debut in less than two weeks time at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. The people behind this car should reveal all of the juicy technical specifications.

At the moment, we only know the performance-oriented EV has a full carbon fiber body and rides on super light magnesium wheels to further reduce weight. This car is (39 inches/990 millimeters) in height making it less than one meter tall and it aims to deliver mind blowing acceleration as the 0-62 mph(0-100 kph) is said to take less than two seconds.

 

 

It is not know at this point whether this will be a production model or a concept we only have these official renderings to go by and they’re not the highest of quality. The overall appearance suggest it’s more of a track beast only or the extremest of road cars with it’s low slung supercar looks. We will definitely know on September 12th when the ASpark Owl will be fully revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

 

Source: motor1 , Aspark

Dallara Stradale Caught Testing Without A Roof

The Italian sport car continues development, new photos of the car suggest a spider version could be in the works.

The Italian company Dallara is continuing development of it’s upcoming road car. La Stardale will be the first street legal vehicle to ride on the new chassis.
the little Italian sportscar has been spied on multiple occasions. This car is dedicated to performance, not style, This Dallara road car should be the radical; alternative to the KTM X-Bow. Dallara plans to produce a car that weighs about 1,763 pounds( 800 kilograms) through extensive use of carbon fiber. It will be combined with a Ford 2.3 liter Ecoboost engine good for at least 400 horsepower, the sports car should have a very impressive power to weight ratio.

The production of the Dallara Stradale will be capped at 600 units. A MSRP of approximately somewhere between $94,490 and $118,650(€80,000 and €100,000) should be expected when it goes on sale. The Dallara road car had only been pictured as a hardtop with extreme aerodynamic features, and a especially huge rear wing. The new spy shot shows the Stradale testing on Italian roads without a roof and aerodynamic wing. It also unveils new sharp tailights.

 

Source: motor1

ATS GT Supercar Revealed With $1.15M Price Tag, 690HP

The ATS GT Supercar was unveiled at the Salon Prive August 31. This car cost about 1.15 million dollars and produces 690hp this car is priced like a Mclaren p1 or Ferrari Laferrari for a Italian supercar you have never heard of before.
This car will be new to the supercar segment with many heavy hitters. This car is powered by a 3.8-liter biturbo V8 good for 690 horsepower in its current state. The company is aiming for a final performance figure of 800hp when the development finishes next month.

Just 12 examples of this Italian supercar will be built, the car should be cable of sprinting from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.0 seconds with the assistance of launch control also a top speed of 205 mph. The company refused to give out a torque figure. The GT will be paired to a dual-clutch gearbox and it will weigh in at 2866 pounds(1,300 kilograms) stated by the company.

This supercar draws it’s inspiration from the original ATS 2500 GT that made its world debut in 1963. The GT comes with 20 inch rims at the front and 21-inch rims at the rear with carbon ceramic brakes. It also features an air brake for added stopping power similar to a P1. As mentioned the GT will be limited to 12 examples. The company mentioned a more powerful R model could be produced later on. No specifics were given on the upcoming performance model.

Source: motor1

Early sneek peak of Mercedes AMG Hypercar

This is a early sneek peak for Mercedes-AmG’s 1000 hp Project one Hybrid Hybridcar. At this years Frankfurt autoshow, Mercedes will introduce a supersports show car. Which will be called the Project One it will contain “the very latest and efficient, fully fledged Formula 1 hybrid technology.” This concept is headed for production, which is a amazing to think about, consider how the W08 EQ power+ race car has been and customer Mercedes f1 have been this year.

Mercedes-AMG is providing few actual details at the point about the project. Except the Project One’s hybrid power unit produces more than 1000 horsepower and the car will be able to top out at a speed over 217mph. This is not a open wheeler like the W08. But i definitely should be one of the most extreme production cars ever created. It should it will definitely be intriguing to see how this car compares to the Aston Martin Valkyrie in the future.

Hamilton Leads Mercedes 1-2 at Monza

Lewis Hamilton wins the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix from Valterri Bottas leading a Mercedes 1-2 finish in the race with Sebastian Vettel finishing in 3rd place 36seconds behind Hamilton. With this Result Hamilton takes first in the drivers championship and Mercedes Extends it’s Championship lead. Mercedes beatsFerrari on their home ground. Hamilton now has 228 points to Vettel’s 225,Bottas is in reach with 197 points.

Daniel Riccardo battled his way from 16th on the grid to take fourth place for Red Bull he finished ahead of the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen. Estaban Ocon secured 6th place for Force India after a race long tussle with the Williams of Lance Stroll and Felipe Massa. Sergio Perez finished ninth and Max Verstappen finished tenth after a excellent start dropped back when he had a earlier clash with Massa. Verstappen recovered to complete the top 10.

Hamilton dominated the race from the start. Bottas gained 2nd place from the third lap. Bottas original made a poor start but redeemed himslef by snatching fourth place. He passed Raikkonen’s Ferrari round the outside of the Parabolica at the end of the opening lap. He made short of Ocon who took second place form Stroll at the start of the race.Mercedes ran away with the race with none of the other teams having any answers Hamilton led Bottas home by 4.4s.

Red Bull showed strong race pace which helped them after engine penalties had pushed them down the grid. Riccardo started on the soft Pirelli tyres, ran until the 37th lap on them, then came on like gangbusters on supersofts in the final stint. The Australian cut an 11.5s deficit to Vettel to just 4.0s by the flag, though the German told his team he’d had a problem from the halfway mark.

Verstappen had contact with Massa on the third lap this sent him to the pits for a replacement front wheel and tyre. He and Riccardo set several fastest laps. Verstappen recovered to finish 10th make a series of beautiful passes.

Raikkonen took a very distant fifth. fifth through ninth was covered by 3.6s. Raikkonen was ahead of the fierce fight between Ocon’s Force India, Stroll’s Williams and there respective team mates.

Magnussen finished 11th, Kyat finished 12th less than a second behind Magnussen. Hulkenberg finished 13th narrowly ahead of Carlos Sainz. Romain Grosjean finished 15th ahead of the final finisher Pascal Wehrlein. Both Mclaren Honda’s retired from the race along with Sauber’s Marcus Ericsson and Renault’s Jolyon Palmer.

Source F1, Motorsport

Pos No Driver Car Laps Time/Retired Pts
1 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 53 1:15:32.312 25
2 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 53 +4.471s 18
3 5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 53 +36.317s 15
4 3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing TAG Heuer 53 +40.335s 12
5 7 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 53 +60.082s 10
6 31 Esteban Ocon Force India Mercedes 53 +71.528s 8
7 18 Lance Stroll Williams Mercedes 53 +74.156s 6
8 19 Felipe Massa Williams Mercedes 53 +74.834s 4
9 11 Sergio Perez Force India Mercedes 53 +75.276s 2
10 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing TAG Heuer 52 +1 lap 1
11 20 Kevin Magnussen Haas Ferrari 52 +1 lap 0
12 26 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 52 +1 lap 0
13 27 Nico Hulkenberg Renault 52 +1 lap 0
14 55 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 52 +1 lap 0
15 8 Romain Grosjean Haas Ferrari 52 +1 lap 0
16 94 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber Ferrari 51 +2 laps 0
17 14 Fernando Alonso McLaren Honda 50 DNF 0
18 9 Marcus Ericsson Sauber Ferrari 49 DNF 0
NC 2 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren Honda 33 DNF 0
NC 30 Jolyon Palmer Renault 29 DNF 0

Hamilton takes pole record with 69 at Monza

Lewis Hamilton captured his 69th pole position in Formula 1 which places him first all time. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo finished second and third, but after grid penalties for both, Williams rookie Lance Stroll will start the race alongside Hamilton on the front row. Lance Stroll became F1’s youngest starter on the front beating Verstappen record when he qualified 2nd at the 2016 Belgain Grand Prix.

Fifth fastest was Force India’s Esteban Ocon, ahead of Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and the Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel. Williams’ Felipe Massa and McLaren’s Stoffel Vandoorne completed the top ten. The qualifying session initially started on time but Romain Grosjean aquaplaned of the track as the rain worsen on the main straight.

It took Two hours and 35 minutes for the conditions  to  finally  be adjudged to be safe to resume the remaining 13 minutes and 31 seconds of Q1. Verstappen reported: “It’s better than when we started qualifying,” but had been happy to run much sooner.

Hamilton and Bottas were fastest on wets with 1m 36.009s and 1m 36.582s right into the dying moments, when the Finn went faster after switching to intermediates, with 1m 35.716s. Vettel was third on inters, in 1m 37.198s.

Raikkonen had a bit of a drama with a brake fire, and a near miss when his crew almost released him into the path of one of the Force India as the latter swept into its space immediately in front of the Ferrari pit.

Further down, Carlos Sainz made Q2 with 1m 39.788s for Toro Rosso, leaving Haas’s Kevin Magnussen 16th with a last-moment 1m 40.489s on inters, ahead of Renault’s Jolyon Palmer on 1m 40.646s on wets, the Saubers of Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein on 1m 41.732s and 1m 41.875s, and Grosjean in 20th on the strength of his originally third-fastest lap of 1m 43.355s.

There was a threat of further rain at the start of Q2, so everybody was in a rush to get a time in before conditions changed again.

All the quick times came on inters, with Hamilton improving further right at the end to stay on top with 1m 34.660s, despite some rain out on the back straight. Bottas also went quicker to 1m 35.396s as Verstappen did 1m 36.113s to beat Vettel’s 1m 36.223s set quite early on.

The biggest improver was Stroll who jumped from nowhere to fifth, ahead of Raikkonen, Ricciardo and Massa. Vandoorne bumped Sergio Perez right at the end, the Mexican missing out on 10th place by two thousandths of a second to Force India team mate Esteban Ocon.

Behind the Force India’s 1m 37.582s, Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg was 12th on 1m 38.082s, with Fernando Alonso only running at the end to record 1m 38.202s for McLaren. That left the Toro Rossos 14th and 15th, with Daniil Kvyat on 1m 38.245s and Carlos Sainz on 1m 38.526s.

Could Ferrari beat Mercedes to the pole in Q3, giving the soaked spectators something to cheer, or would Hamilton set a new all-time record of 69?
The rain had come back, so again there were some brave tyre choices and some initially still went for intermediates – notably Ferrari and Mercedes – as the full wets made a comeback. But the rain was by now so heavy that surely the green-banded rubber was a mistake.

This was one of those sessions when times were improving continually as conditions did. Ocon, Verstappen and Hamilton all had turns at the top, but right at the end Mercedes pitted both their drivers for fresh wets. That was just as well, as Verstappen lapped in 1m 36.702s to beat Hamilton’s mark of 1m 36.913s. Team mate Ricciardo was also fast with 1m 36.841s, temporarily putting red Bull 1-2. But right at the end the triple champion put another super-neat lap together, even though he said conditions did not feel as good, and when he stopped the clocks with 1m 35.554s a sensational lap earned him a new record of 69 pole positions.

Stroll did a superb job to put his Williams fourth on 1m 37.032s, ahead of the also impressive Ocon on 1m 37.719s. Bottas didn’t get his run on new wets, so was sixth with 1m 37.833s, while Ferrari had a simply disastrous session with Raikkonen only seventh on 1m 37.987s and Vettel eighth after failing to better 1m 38.064s.

Massa was ninth on 1m 38.251s, and Vandoorne completed the top 10 with 1m 39.157s.

Both Red Bull having grid penalties for using additional power unit elements and will thus start Sunday’s race from the back of the field – likewise Hulkenberg, Palmer, Alonso and Sainz. That at least throws Ferrari a lifeline as their drivers will move up two places apiece. Stroll will start from the front row – the youngest driver to do so in history and the first Canadian in 19 years.

With penalties applied, the provisional grid is as follows: Hamilton, Stroll; Ocon, Bottas; Raikkonen, Vettel; Massa, Vandoorne; Perez, Kvyat; Magnussen, Ericsson; Wehrlein, Verstappen; Hulkenberg, Sainz; Ricciardo, Palmer; Alonso, Grosjean.

 

Source; F1

Pos No Driver Car Q1 Q2 Q3 Laps
1 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:36.009 1:34.660 1:35.554 29
2 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing TAG Heuer 1:37.344 1:36.113 1:36.702 29
3 3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing TAG Heuer 1:38.304 1:37.313 1:36.841 26
4 18 Lance Stroll Williams Mercedes 1:37.653 1:37.002 1:37.032 27
5 31 Esteban Ocon Force India Mercedes 1:38.775 1:37.580 1:37.719 29
6 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:35.716 1:35.396 1:37.833 29
7 7 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:38.235 1:37.031 1:37.987 30
8 5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:37.198 1:36.223 1:38.064 28
9 19 Felipe Massa Williams Mercedes 1:38.338 1:37.456 1:38.251 27
10 2 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren Honda 1:38.767 1:37.471 1:39.157 25
11 11 Sergio Perez Force India Mercedes 1:38.511 1:37.582 19
12 27 Nico Hulkenberg Renault 1:39.242 1:38.059 20
13 14 Fernando Alonso McLaren Honda 1:39.134 1:38.202 11
14 26 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:39.183 1:38.245 21
15 55 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 1:39.788 1:38.526 21
16 20 Kevin Magnussen Haas Ferrari 1:40.489 12
17 30 Jolyon Palmer Renault 1:40.646 10
18 9 Marcus Ericsson Sauber Ferrari 1:41.732 11
19 94 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber Ferrari 1:41.875 9
NC 8 Romain Grosjean Haas Ferrari 1:43.355 3