Congratulations to Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari for their record-breaking lap here, and also to Daniel Ricciardo, who claims fourth on the grid for Renault at the track where he took his very first win five years ago. I needed to turn things around and I was back on the pace in FP3. It was very tight up at the front and we definitely had to push very hard to get what we got today. I’m very sorry for the team. The 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship was the motor racing championship for Formula One cars which marked the 70th running of the Formula One World Championship.It is recognised by the governing body of international motorsport, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), as the highest class of competition for open-wheel racing cars. I was pretty close to third place, but I think P5 is a good starting position for tomorrow and I think we can be happy with that. When we tried to find that extra bit of pace it felt like there was something missing, so I think Q3 was going to be quite tight. It was so cool when they told me over the radio I was fourth. We tried to get through to Q3 on the medium but the tyre didn’t feel fantastic for us and with the traffic at the hairpin it didn’t really work out. George completed a good long run on the Prime tyre in FP2 and so we will look to use that experience to aid us in the race. It’s not where we want to start as I want to be fighting the leader, but we should be able to recover our positions and still have a good race.”, “I think qualifying was pretty good. Yes, the track was slippery but that’s not an excuse as it is the same for everyone. FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2019 - QUALIFYING 07 09 Jun 2019 Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Montréal. Maybe we should have played it a bit more conservatively, or I should have asked for it, but I was happy to go for one-time, one-time in the session. Having looked competitive in all of the practice sessions, it’s frustrating not to convert our promise into representative grid positions. Pilote Voiture Temps Q1 Temps Q2 ... 8 juin 2019 - 20:21. We’re expecting warm conditions again for the race, so managing thermal degradation on the soft and medium compounds is set to be very important when it comes to race strategy. And with Leclerc well-placed in third and Bottas all the way down in sixth, signs are auguring well for the Scuderia to get their season back on track on Sunday at the circuit named for one of the team’s great heroes. Williams propped up the leader board once again at a track they didn't expect to suit the FW42. Q2 – Red flag for big Magnussen crash sees Verstappen drop out F1 qualifying, LIVE – Canadian Grand Prix 2019: Latest updates as Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull battle for pole position in Montreal. Toutes l'actu sur la Formule 1, les résultats, les commentaires, les avis et analyses en un même lieu. Even yesterday we were fast, but we made further improvements and managed to put it all together for qualifying. I'm glad I've been able to split the Ferraris today and tomorrow is going to be an interesting race. Anything can happen tomorrow and we’ll race to find out, as simple as that. I was lucky that I didn't hit the wall, but it put me on the backfoot for the second run. We know our competitors are very quick, especially over the distance and we’ve seen this in all the races so far, but we’re starting ahead of them and hopefully we’ll stay there and fight as hard as we can. This trend continued into Qualifying with both cars navigating Q1 without any issues. Albon Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport AMG F1 W10 EQ Power+ - Valtteri Bottas and Renault Sport F1 Team RS19 – Daniel Ricciardo. He set a blistering time on his final lap, and managed to split the two Ferrari cars on a day when the Scuderia had the edge. However, I made a mistake on my last run in Q3 and didn’t put together the lap we deserved today, which is a shame and I’m sorry for the team. As for tomorrow’s race, we can still hope for a strong performance, as it was clear from FP3 that the teams improved the performance of their package overnight.”, CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 08: Daniil Kvyat, Toro Rosso STR14 during the Canadian GP at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 08, 2019 in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canada. CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 08: Kevin Magnussen, Haas VF-19 crashes in qualifying during the Canadian GP at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 08, 2019 in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canada. : Vain viiden parhaan sijoitukset sisällytetty. Sebastian put in a stunning lap and deserves to be on pole. “Unfortunately, Carlos was subsequently given a three-place penalty. Max was comfortably within the Q3 cut-off on his final lap but unfortunately the red flag caused by the Haas immediately stopped the session and he was unable to complete the lap. The main focus of Q2 was which of the top three teams of Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull could make it through to the final part of qualifying on the more durable medium tyres. Timing wasn't with Red Bull today. ", "It looked like it was going to be a fight on Friday and so it's proved today. Just as Friday showed that it was going to be tight in Qualifying, let's hope that Friday is also an accurate predictor of the race pace, because our high fuel simulations on Friday were competitive. (Photo by Joe Portlock / LAT Images). Tomorrow we know we have to start with the softs and that’s going to be a bit tricky, especially as apparently the weather will be even hotter than today but I think we will make the race pretty exciting to watch. The performance shown in FP3 highlighted that we were moving in the right direction. The 2019 Austrian Grand Prix (formally known as the Formula 1 myWorld Großer Preis von Österreich 2019) was a Formula One motor race held on 30 June 2019 at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria.The race was the 9th round of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship.The race marked the 33rd running of the Austrian Grand Prix and the 32nd time it had been held as a round of the … It’s not been an easy day. "Sebastian put together a great lap. However disappointing that seemed, with free tyre choice and a track where overtaking is eminently possible, all is not lost for the race itself, with points not out of the question. The team did well to get the Canadian out at the start of qualifying, but he couldn't find the pace to compete and exited in Q1 for the 11th straight race. We knew this track would be one of the most challenging for us, but we got the most out of it so everyone in the team should be proud.". A scintillating final effort from the German saw him stop the clocks at 1m 10.240s, while team mate Charles Leclerc was 0.680s behind him in third, as Hamilton claimed his 10th front row appearance in Canada, to tie the record for a single circuit held by Michael Schumacher at Suzuka. Valmistajien pisteet Sija Valmistaja Pisteet 1. Kubica. RaceFans > 2019 F1 season > 2019 F1 statistics > 2019 F1 qualifying data. Q1 107% time - 1:16.729 Note - Grosjean failed to meet 107% Q1 requirement - races at stewards' discretion. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel beat Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes to pole position at the Canadian Grand Prix. I missed out on doing any laps in final practice and we had to go back to the old spec engine, which is several tenths down on performance. “Tomorrow we’re not starting where we wanted because of a penalty which is disappointing, but I’m confident we have a good chance of moving forwards and getting some points. All Drivers Hall of Fame . Out with Verstappen and Grosjean went the Toro Rossos of Daniil Kvyat and Alexander Albon in P12 and P14, along with Giovinazzi in 13th. GP d'Espagne 14 août 2020 au 16 août 2020 Bottas discounted himself from the battle by spinning early in Q3, and thus only had one run to set a time. Yesterday the overall feeling was slightly better but certainly I found it difficult to gain grip which is very strange. EXCLUSIVE: The Top 10 F1 drivers of 2020 - as chosen by the drivers, ‘It hurts, but I’m not giving up’ - Albon resolute as he breaks silence on losing Red Bull race seat, VOTE: What was your favourite race of 2020? – but the last weeks have been very tough for us.” – Sebastian Vettel. The team has worked really hard – especially on the power unit - which has made a big step from last year. Giovinazzi We’re in a good position but tomorrow’s race will be long and difficult. That's the worst feeling you can have as a driver, when you know you could have done much better. The last couple of months haven’t been easy for us so it’s nice to get a result like today and it sends the right message to all the guys. We made overnight changes and FP3 confirmed they had been positive, but it was clear qualifying would be a tight battle and that’s exactly how it turned out. And yes, the performance in FP3 was better but unfortunately FP3 is FP3 and qualifying is qualifying.”, “It was a positive qualifying session. Ferrari 172 3. Formula 1 2019 race calendar and TV coverage guide Homegrown hero Lance Stroll will return to his home city desperate to impress the crowds. There’s a lot of adrenaline going around in qualifying and when they came on the radio I was really delighted. 8 juin 2019 - 20:21. Despite this, both drivers did another good job today and now we concentrate on preparing for the race tomorrow. Going by our pace on Friday, we wouldn’t have expected to be where we are today, but we made some good steps overnight to get back in the fight. It’s fair to say that we were on a knife edge regarding progressing into Q3 with both cars at the end of Q2, but the red flag definitely didn’t harm us. Valtteri suffered a spin on his first Q3 lap and didn't have the smoothest run on his last attempt, but it's still all to play for tomorrow. But, as I said, it doesn’t seem we can catch a break in the moment. Sebastian Vettel secured his first pole position of the 2019 campaign in qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix, pipping Lewis Hamilton by two-tenths of a second to claim his 56th career pole, and his fifth at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve. Lähteet [muokkaa | muokkaa wikitekstiä] ↑ Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix du Canada 2019 Formula 1® - The Official F1® Website . Pos. Sebastian Vettel claimed his first pole position of the 2019 Formula 1 season in qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix. ", Toto Wolff, Head of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport, "Credit to Ferrari, they had the fastest car today and were very strong on the straights. We'll see what we are able to do tomorrow. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1526810873155-0');}). So, that’s a bit of a shame. I think that we are working well, even if the results have not reflected that fact. “Overall, we can be satisfied with having both cars in Q3, which was one of the targets of the weekend. Hulkenberg, Norris and Sainz in P7, P8 and P9, meanwhile, meant that the full gamut of Renault cars were represented in Q3, marking a strong day for the French power unit maker. Canada; Share. It could be a long afternoon for the team, but at least Russell will gain more valuable mileage as he continues to impress in his rookie season. This track is fun, I’ve always enjoyed it here. "The track was in much better condition today, but it was still tricky to get the tyres in to the correct window for a qualifying lap. EXCLUSIVE: The Top 10 F1 drivers of 2020 - as chosen by the drivers, ‘It hurts, but I’m not giving up’ - Albon resolute as he breaks silence on losing Red Bull race seat, VOTE: What was your favourite race of 2020? Today was an improvement but it could’ve been even better - I didn’t do a great lap at the end of Q3. ", CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 08: Pole man Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari during the Canadian GP at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 08, 2019 in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canada. (Photo by Mark Sutton / Sutton Images), CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 08: Pierre Gasly, Red Bull Racing RB15 during the Canadian GP at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 08, 2019 in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canada. The car was feeling good and our long run pace looked strong on Friday, so I'm confident that there will be some opportunities in the race tomorrow. We now switch our focus to preparing for the race which looks likely to be very exciting.”, CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 08: Lando Norris, McLaren MCL34 during the Canadian GP at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 08, 2019 in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canada. An engine failure on Lance’s car at the start of final practice proved costly and robbed Lance of any running ahead of qualifying. He had good pace in Q1 and we elected to go on the medium tyre, which would have been our start tyre, mirroring the strategy of Ferrari and Mercedes. “It was just unlucky today and these things happen in Formula 1. But, we knew they were going to be quick and that's good, it's what racing should be. I’m full of adrenaline to be honest. Lights go out at 1410 local time tomorrow in Montreal, which is 1810 UTC. We made a lot of set-up changes over night and it was a big improvement for the feeling of the car. Our race pace has looked good recently, so hopefully a strong result is on the cards tomorrow.”, “I never thought I’d be so happy for a fourth place in qualifying; it feels like a pole position! 2019 F1 qualifying data. Romain Grosjean, 15th, Did not set a time in Q2, “It wasn’t the best of luck again. "We are very pleased with today’s result. (Photo by Steven Tee / LAT Images). I don’t know if we’d have made it into Q3, but maybe just outside the top 10. It’s not a bad result though as the race is very long, so we’ll keep our options open and do our best to move forward tomorrow.”, “I’d say it would have been very tight to get into Q3 today. It’s a bit frustrating because my lap wasn’t very clean but it’s a cool track and tomorrow’s another day, so we’ll see how we do in the race.”, “Following a challenging Friday, the guys had a lot of work to do in order to understand what was needed to get our cars into the required operating window. Williams’ George Russell declared the track conditions “hideous” as he headed out for Q1, but the circuit evolved quickly throughout the opening segment, meaning that the times tumbled in the final minutes. Magnussen's qualifying ended in spectacular fashion, as he caught the Wall of Champions on his final flying lap in Q2, careering across the track to make heavy contact with the opposing wall. Unfortunately, the red flag came out in Q2, meaning that Kvyat, Albon and Verstappen had to abort their runs. It's not a lap that I'm very proud of, but mistakes happen. On the other hand, Kimi had a tough day and missed out on Q2 for the smallest of margins. (Photo by Glenn Dunbar / LAT Images), "Qualifying wasn’t exactly a straightforward session, with an interruption at the end of Q2 that affected the final runs. Leclerc understeered his way round the last corner, losing valuable tenths and could only grab third after looking the pick of the Scuderia drivers early on in qualifying. WATCH: Hamilton and Mercedes officially crowned F1 world champions for 2020, Verstappen hopes Perez 'keeps him on his toes', as Hamilton admits Mexican's arrival makes Red Bull stronger, IN DEPTH: Sergio Perez reflects on his time with Racing Point after seven years with the team, Bottas says there are many positives to take from 2020 – but admits battling Hamilton ‘takes it out of me’, © 2003-2020 Formula One World Championship Limited, QUALIFYING HIGHLIGHTS: 2019 Canadian Grand Prix, ONBOARD: Sebastian Vettel’s Canada Pirelli pole position lap. Verstappen Find out the full results for all the drivers for the Formula 1 2019 Canadian Grand Prix on BBC Sport, including who had the fastest laps in each practice session, up to three qualifying … Leclerc slewing wildly out of the final corner meant that the Monegasque could only finish third, while a delighted Daniel Ricciardo claimed fourth place for Renault – something that would have been particularly satisfying, given that he ended up 0.006s ahead of Pierre Gasly in the seat the Australian vacated at Red Bull last year. Very happy for the team, because the last weeks – well, the last 17 races! Just a couple of hundredths made the difference in the end, so to find ourselves out in Q1 because I didn't maximise the car's performance hurts a lot – especially knowing how much hard work the whole team have done to improve the car recently. (Photo by Andy Hone / LAT Images), CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 08: Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, congratulates his team mate, Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, on pole position during the Canadian GP at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 08, 2019 in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canada. That’s how it goes sometimes and you can never predict someone being in the wall. It was about getting a good lap and I didn't perform 100%. I really enjoyed it. (Photo by Zak Mauger / LAT Images). Valtteri Bottas had a lively time of it early on, spinning his Mercedes on his first push lap coming out of Turn 2 and using all of his rally driving experience (and a bit of luck) to keep it out of the wall. Following some stoppage time as the remains of Magnussen’s Haas were swept up, the drivers headed out on track for the final showdown. We’ll just keep on working hard to get back to where we should be. We got stuck on the weighbridge and we had to quickly bolt the tyres on and go out on my second run, so it was a bit of a shame because we didn’t get to start the lap the way we wanted to. It’s my best qualifying of the season and we’re in a good position for tomorrow. With the margins so small in the middle of the pack, it certainly cost Lance getting into Q2. Renault 28 Huom! So hopefully more singing!”, “Today’s result is great for our team and congratulations to Seb for securing pole position. The temperatures are expected to rise and tyre degradation will be a key factor for everyone. Temperatures are set to be toasty at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, too, with around 25 degrees Celsius predicted when the race gets underway. (Photo by Andy Hone / LAT Images), Qualifying: Bottas suffers wild spin at beginning of Q3. It’s a great qualifying result and a great effort from both drivers. Robert struggled a little more in qualifying and we need to understand whether we made the best compromises on his car. I think we gave them a good fight, Lewis was very quick and had two purple sectors but he lost a bit of time in the hairpin, so it wasn't quite enough. It just doesn’t seem we can catch a break here. Having done that, Verstappen was then circulating with enough speed to make it through to Q3 when Kevin Magnussen, up ahead in the Haas and attempting to make it into Q3 in Canada for the first time, smacked the Wall of Champions with his right-rear tyre, the impact sending him slewing wildly across the track and into the pit wall before bouncing back to the other side and coming to a rest. McLaren - Renault 30 5. Unfortunately, we were not able to make the same step in Q2 and we have missed the cut for Q3 in what was a very tight session, so we need to review the data and understand where we can improve going forwards. “It was a perfect turnaround compared to yesterday and a good quali result in the end. The second Renault of Nico Hulkenberg was seventh, ahead of the two McLarens of Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz – meaning all four Renault-powered cars on the grid were represented in the top 10 – while Haas’ Kevin Magnussen was 10th despite not making a Q3 appearance, having had a massive shunt at the very end of Q2 that ultimately prevented Max Verstappen from making it into the final segment. Russell continued his perfect qualifying record over his team mate, grabbing P19 by eighth-tenths of a second. FORMULA 1 JOHNNIE WALKER BELGIAN GRAND PRIX 2019 - QUALIFYING 30 Aug 01 Sep 2019 Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa-Francorchamps Mercedes knew they had a fight on their hands for pole and so it proved. “It was good to be back with two cars in Q3 recording P8 and P9. It should be a hot, long, interesting and exciting race tomorrow. ", LISTEN: Lando Norris, Sebastian Vettel and George Russell star in our best bits from Beyond The Grid in 2020, F1 ESPORTS: Opmeer crowned driver champion as Red Bull defend teams’ title, WATCH: Daniil Kvyat's most memorable moments in F1, © 2003-2020 Formula One World Championship Limited. (Photo by Andy Hone / LAT Images). It was all pretty close today, we just missed a little bit. (Photo by Simon Galloway / Sutton Images), CIRCUIT GILLES-VILLENEUVE, CANADA - JUNE 08: Kevin Magnussen, Haas VF-19, hits the Wall of Champions and crashes out towards the end of Q2 during the Canadian GP at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve on June 08, 2019 in Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, Canada. It could be very hot on Sunday, and this may make tyre management tricky, especially on the softer tyre compounds. Stroll GP du 70e Anniversaire 7 août 2020 au 9 août 2020 . We’ll probably start from the pit lane tomorrow, but they deserve better.”, “It was all okay until it all went wrong. Race sponsor. We have to stay focussed. P13 is not a bad position to start and we are close to a place in the top ten. ", "We have mixed feelings about today’s session. His second effort, meanwhile, saw the Finn oversteering on the run out of the final corner before locking up at Turn 6 and the hairpin, consigning him to a lowly P6 spot at the grid. We seemed quick from the start of the day. I was just trying to push everything, as I knew it was going to be tight. But really good work from the whole team and the drivers to get both our cars safely through to the race start on the Medium tyres, which is going to be an important factor tomorrow. Raikkonen Quali was well executed by the team and drivers with everything that was going on, other cars being off-sequence on track, yellow flags and then the red flag. We'll give it everything we've got tomorrow and see what happens.

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