Russian Grand Prix Qualifying 3 Session
Last Ferrari driver to take 4 consecutive poles was Michael Schumacher. That’s an overwhelming stat to hear you’ve just matched but for Ferrari and specifically Charles Leclerc, it’s a reality he’s almost shell-shocked to be told live by Jenson Button after the 2019 Russian Grand Prix Qualifying session.
Below is the final qualifying results table for the 2019 Russian Grand Prix Qualifying session. Following the timing chart, there will be additional details on the full session so you have all the nuance going into the race tomorrow. You can also see our Russian Grand Prix practice session notes for the most comprehensive summary of the weekend thus far. Be sure to check back here for more F1 news and the blog where we’ll feature live race timing.
Russian Grand Prix Qualifying 2 Session Summary
Provisional runs have Ferrari taking the top spot on his fresh soft tyres.
Drivers eliminated from Q2:
- Gasly: 1:33.950
- Perez: 1:33.958
- Giovinazzi: 1:34.037
- Magnussen 1:34.082
- Stroll 1:34.233
Russian Grand Prix Qualifying 1 Session Summary
Russian Grand Prix qualifying already full of drama going into the session. Last year’s best time in Q1 was 1:32.4. Records could fall as Ferrari look untouchable at a track that Mercedes usually dominates. Track limits are less enforced at this race with the natural barriers serving as punishment. Vettel makes a mistake on his first go, then he has another compromised lap by a yellow flag from a Kubica spin, and to compound things, a red flag Albon initiates makes him abandon his lap. But he turns it around and takes the fastest time overall but is forced to use soft compounds. Kimi takes too much speed into turn 13 and compromises his lap and winds up being eliminated.
Drivers eliminated from Q1:
- RÄIKKÖNEN: 1:34.840
- RUSSELL RUS 1:35.356
- KUBICA: 1:36.474
- ALBON: 1:39.197
- KVYAT (NO TIME)
Want More? Here’s Our Russian Grand Prix Free Practice Summary Notes
This video highlights the summary of the FP3 session the Russian Grand Prix. You can also see the full summary and breakdown of the free practice commentary by session.