The Formula 1 had his qualifying day at the French Grand Prix and the result once again demonstrated the parity that exists in the category. The leader of the World Cup, Max verstappen he stayed with pole position and won the pulse of both Mercedes, who will seek to return to victory and the fight for the constructors’ title.
Verstappen had the best time in the classification with a mark of 1m29s990, marking the best lap of the weekend. However, the times that occurred in the rest of the pilots were not fast, so Max made a big difference with respect to the second classified, which was Lewis Hamilton.
The British rider was more than two tenths behind his rival in the championship. Hamilton scored a lap of 1m30s248 and he was left with the second best rhythm. However, the Mercedes man assured that he will have to fight for victory in tomorrow’s race, since the pace of his car will not be what he wants. The chassis change hurt him, but Hamilton will fight to the end.
The top three closed it Valtteri Bottas that he will have to show that he remains firm in his fight to keep his position at Mercedes for the next season. Starting third, Bottas will be looking for a victory or a podium that will put him close to Hamilton, his goal to pursue this weekend. The Finn was more than three tenths behind Verstappen, the poleman of the day.
Another of the outstanding pilots of the day was Czech Pérez. The Mexican, who comes from winning in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix he will be looking for a new podium and achieved a good starting position, starting from the second row in tomorrow’s race. On the other hand, Carlos Sainz it was the best of the Ferraris, finishing in fifth place.
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