Formula 1 | F1 classification of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix today, Q1 live

 Formula 1 |  F1 classification of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix today, Q1 live

There is already movement in the
pitlane. The single-seaters are already taking positions to be the first to hit the track after this forced break.

Everything indicates that the team will not arrive in time to fix the car to go out on the track again. Even the pilot has gotten out of the car. Tomorrow it will be up to him to gain positions in the race

The driver manages to get to the pit area to repair the car and still have options to compete in Q1. We’ll see if he has time to fix all the damage caused by the flames.

The first racing cars come out on the track and mark the first times. For now, Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes rules with 1:23.419. Behind are Verstappen and Vettel, but at a great distance.

Qualifying for the Emilia Romagna GP will begin in just two minutes, starting at 5:00 p.m., at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola, Italy.

The teams make the final preparations in the single-seaters. Among them Ferrari, which starts as the favorite after the good results obtained in the first practice session. Leclerc and Sainz have finished in first and second place in the table respectively.

Last year’s Formula 1 Emilia Romagna GP classification ended with Britain’s Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) in the lead with a time of 1:14.411. At the top he was accompanied by Max Verstappen and Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez, both from Red Bull.

Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, today favorites to sneak into the top of the table, were fourth and eleventh respectively. The Spanish Fernando Alonso finished in position number 15.

German driver Michael Shumacher is the driver who has won the most times on this stage, a total of seven times. The last one was in 2006, the year in which he retired from Formula 1, although he returned a few years later with Mercedes. The first was the fateful 1994, when the legendary Brazilian pilot Ayrton Senna lost his life.

In this scenario, the legendary Formula 1 driver, Ayrton Senna, died. However, he has not been the only one who has lost his life in this circuit. Misfortune also ran into the Austrian Roland Ratzenberger.

In the case of the Brazilian, Senna collided head-on at the Tamburello corner. After the strong impact, he was transferred to the Maggiore hospital in Bologna, where he died hours later. For this reason there are images of the pilot in that curve.

1. Ferrari – 104 points

2. Mercedes – 65 points

3. Red Bull Racing RBPT – 55 points

4. McLaren Mercedes – 24 points

5. Alpine Renault – 22 points

6. Alfa Romero Ferrari – 13 points

7. Hass Ferrari – 12 points

8. Alpha Tauri RBPT – 10 points

9. Williams-Mercedes – 1 point


Aramco Mercedes

1. Charles Leclerc – 71 points

2. George Russell – 37 points

3. Carlos Sainz – 33 points

4. Sergio Perez – 30 points

5. Lewis Hamilton – 28 points

6. Max Verstappen – 25 points

7. Esteban Ocon – 20 points

8. Lando Norris – 16 points

9. Valtteri Bottas – 12 points

10. Kevin Magnussen – 12 points

11. Daniel Ricciardo – 8 points

12. Pierre Gasly – 6 points

13. Yuki Tsunoda – 4 points

14. Fernando Alonso – 2 points

15. Guanyu Zhou – 1 point

16. Alexander Albon – 1 point

Mike Schumacher

Lance Stroll

Nicholas Latifi

Nico Hulkenberg

As we have previously mentioned, the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) set the fastest time in the first free practice session, followed by his teammate Carlos Sanz and Max Verstappen (Red Bull).

Checo Pérez (Red Bull) set the fastest time in the first half of practice, on an extreme wet tyre, although he finished sixth in the intermission. The Mexican, who has just finished second in the Australian GP, ​​repeated the Imola track 17 times. In his best lap he was three seconds and 610 thousandths behind Leclerc; and two seconds and two tenths of his Dutch teammate.

Alonso, ninth with extreme rain tires, reached seventh, with the intermediate. The double Asturian world champion has done 13 laps and stopped the stopwatch three seconds and 758 thousandths behind Leclerc, in a session that ended with 11 degrees Celsius ambient and 15 on the wet asphalt.

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc set the fastest time in the first free practice session this Friday, prior to qualifying for the Emilia Romagna GP.

The Monegasque, ultimately the leader of the Formula 1 World Championship, has covered almost 5 kilometers in one minute, 29 seconds and 402 thousandths, 877 less than his teammate, Carlos Sainz. Both started as favorites at home and so far the red cars have not disappointed.

● Name of the circuit: Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari

● Length: 4,909 kilometers

● Race distance: 63 laps (309.049 km)

● Fastest lap record: 1:15.484 (Lewis Hamilton)

Qualifying for the Formula 1 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix will begin this Friday at 5:00 p.m. at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit in Imola, Italy. The appointment can be seen live through the DAZN application and followed minute by minute through the website of
The vanguard.

The Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit, popularly known as Imola, will host the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, the first of the season that will feature the usual classification, this time on Friday, and a race at
sprint, which will take place tomorrow, Saturday. From the latter will come the order with which they will start in Sunday’s race.

The qualifying format through a race to the
sprint It premiered last season at Silverston, the usual venue for the British GP. This year the loot to be distributed is much greater.

This course will once again have three tests
sprint, each about a third of the distance from the main one, which will arrange the grids of three grand prizes. In addition to the Emilia Romagna GP, the events in Austria and Brazil will have this format.

The Monegasque Charles Leclerc, who in Australia achieved his second victory of the season, arrives at the Emilia Romagna GP as the leader of the Formula 1 World Championship. The driver won in Melbourne ahead of the Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) and the Englishman George Russell (Mercedes) and was helped by the withdrawal of defending champion Max Verstappen (Red Bull).

Leclerc now leads the World Cup with 71 points, 34 more than Russell and 38 more than his teammate Carlos Sainz. Whatever happens in Imola, the pilot from the principality of the Côte d’Azur will lead the next race.

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, Ferrari drivers, start as favorites in the Formula 1 Emilia Romagna GP. In fact, the Monegasque reaches the fourth round of the season as the leader of the World Championship, while the Spaniard is third and aspires to get his first victory.

Carlos Sainz has also been the protagonist this last week after announcing his renewal with the Maranello team until 2024, after a year working together.

The Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit hosts the fourth round of the season, very special for all motor fans but especially for Italians, as they welcome the unmistakable red Ferrari racing cars at home.


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