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Qualifying Monza Sport galleries VideoFormula 1 1985 Monza Qualifying 9/5/ · A nd welcome to our coverage for qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The season, especially in qualifying, the way of thing has been a Mercedes process, almost without exception. 9/5/ · A frustrated George Russell has warned that there will be crashes in Formula 1 qualifying if things don't change after drivers got in each other’s way once again at the Italian Grand Prix. Last year's Q3 session in qualifying at Monza became farcical when the top 10 slowed waiting for a tow and effectively missed the opportunity to start a final timed lap, and fears of that. Hamilton moves past Schumacher with 92nd win. Sign in. Matteo Nannini. It's easy to say we are down on power but that's not an excuse. We've noticed you're adblocking. Qualifying Großer Preis von Italien - Monza. Hier finden Sie das Ergebnis vom Qualifying zum Großer Preis von Italien in Monza. Formel 1 Monza Das Qualifying am Samstag in der Chronologie. Aktuell im FormelLiveticker: +++ Mercedes auch ohne "Party-Modus". Nazionale Monza on Sunday, September 6. Using the links above you can find the full weekend schedule, including details of practice and qualifying sessions.
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A s Perez pips him. Bottas quickest in sector two, before Hamilton beats him. Bottas sets a 1. Hamilton goes ahead of them all, 0. A s the big boys get their first runs in.
L eclerc has had his time deleted, so will definitely need to run again. A gaggle of cars come out from the better teams L eclerc 0.
Grosjean 0. W ill he be the quickest of the bottom six, as it were? Grosjean beats him and so does George Russell. A ny outcome on the driver stewards speaking to the drivers?
Possibly just a warning but who knows? Was any one driver at fault? Or was it just a combination of them all doing the same thing, apart from Lewis Hamilton.
F ormer F1 and current IndyCar driver Marcus Ericsson weighed in on Twitter on the potential qualifying chaos, with cars backing up and jostling for position to get the advantage of the slipstream.
After watching practice and from my own experience from it in the past. Reversed championship order and one car at the time.
You get 1 lap each. Would be fun, fair and safe. A nd also in Formula One, no doubt. The Williams family are stepping away from the team after its buyout by Dorilton Capital.
You can read the news of that here , read Damon Hill's column on the team's highs and lows here as well as Oliver Brown's reflections on the legacy of the team's founder, Frank Williams.
O liver Brown, our Chief Sports Writer, has a look here, ahead of what is likely to be a very, very painful home race for them.
They won here last year Damon Hill revelled in his own triumphs against Ferrari while at Williams, not least when he achieved a crushing second victory over Jean Alesi at the Italian Grand Prix.
Read the full article here. S econd and third in actual qualifying is out of the question but fourth and fifth could be possible. Mind you, the battle for those places will be tough, with Renault also looking in good form.
I t does not appear that Hamilton is under any kind of investigation, being the affected party here. A nd welcome to our coverage for qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
The season, especially in qualifying, the way of thing has been a Mercedes process, almost without exception.
I hate to disappoint you, but that is probably going to be the order of the day today, too. However, there are at least a few points of intrigue.
The first is that the use of qualifying "party modes" has been outlawed. Mercedes were the best at allowing their cars to run in a higher power setting in qualifying, so the hope is that it will temper how far they are ahead of the rest of the field.
Again, I do not think it will make much of a difference, but it will be interesting to see if it does and also how it affects the rest of the teams who had these engine modes of their own.
Another is that there is likely to be some kind of almighty accident with cars backing up towards the end of the lap, blocking other cars coming through and generally being slightly idiotic in their ways.
A prime example can be shown below, when Lewis Hamilton had to take to the grass — at mph, no less — approaching the final Parabolic corner, as the rest of the other cars pootled around, jostling for position.
See below for a video of how hairy it was. Hamilton with a very scary moment coming up to the final corner, he has to avoid a couple of slow moving cars F1 Formula1 ItalianGP pic.
It follows the ridiculous situation last year in qualifying when all the cars went at barely 70mph in order to not be the only driver who did not have the advantage of the slipstream on their final hot laps Silly in the extreme.
With two minutes and 12 seconds left, every single car leads the garage as Alex Albon pulls the pin in the Red Bull to give everyone a tow.
Daniil Kvyat is the man on the bubble. Big cheers from the Tifosi as Leclerc goes fastest once more in the first round of runs, just ahead of Hamilton, Vettel and Ricciardo.
Less than three tenths separate those four. Great to still see Renault up there. No medium tyres for Ferrari in this session - all the drivers have opted for the soft compound in this session.
Well if you are going to suffer engine problems, now is the time for Verstappen. As he starts from the back anyway, a Honda gremlin now won't ruin his weekend but it does mean he ends the session without a time and propping up the grid.
That of course means Perez is out of qualifying as he is in 17th and the elimination zone - which still features Verstappen who has yet to run.
We are back underway again His Racing Point has spluttered to a halt shortly after the first corner and is placed on the inside of track in a dangerous position with four minutes and 34 seconds of the session left.
Max Verstappen will start the race from the back tomorrow due to engine penalties and he is the only driver yet to set a lap.
Charles Leclerc is the current fastest driver, with Hulkenberg second, just 0. They are the only cars on the medium tyre too - with the rest including Mercedes opting for the soft.
Leading the way at the moment is a Renault , and I haven't said that since about Nico Hulkenberg in front of Daniel Ricciardo by about two tenths.
For the record, the slip stream is worth 0. They are on the medium tyres Remember that message about going too slow? Well Pierre Gasly leads the cars out Everyone follows suit.
Tifosi are ready! The former McLaren driver left Ferrari under a cloud in but he is still fondly remembered by Tifosi.
No surprise given he was the last Ferrari driver to win here in - some even want him back in the sport With the slipstream offering a big advantage to improving lap times, drivers may be looking to slow down to either break a tow or get in place to pick one up ahead of their 'quick' lap.
First of all, practice was effectively reduced by 10 minutes to 50 minutes as work was done to remove the kerb.
But that now means there is no deterrent to running wide at the high speed Parabolica. As a result drivers will be monitored over the final corner to make sure they do not gain times.
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The Debrief newsletter. And at a track like Monza, where the cars have wings trimmed down as far as the teams dare, the advantage of a good slipstream can be as much as 0.
No wonder then, that no one wanted to be the driver at the front of the pack, making life easier for the cars behind, while getting none of the benefits themselves.
But to be honest I don't think anyone expected it to be that bad. What happened in Monza is nothing new.
A similar thing happened at a number of races this year, and in Shanghai a handful of drivers also missed out on their final lap after jostling for position on the outlap.
The teams are fully aware of the benefit to be found from getting a tow, and as a result play chicken with one another to make sure they are not the one leaving the pits first.
In Baku, where a good tow effectively secured Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas the front row over Sebastian Vettel, new tactics evolved as Mercedes sent its cars out of the garage first but ordered them to make a practice start at the end of the pit lane so that they would drop back into the middle of the pack.
The same thing happened on the first run in Q3 in Monza and, again, it was Vettel who decided not to get caught up in the brinkmanship and ended up breaking clear at the front of the queue to get a clean, non-slipstream lap by himself.
The lap itself was good, but in a demonstration of how valuable a tow is at Monza, he finished 0.
The situation that played out at the end of Q3 was entirely predictable -- so much so that the FIA had warned teams ahead of the session that it would clamp down on anyone going too slowly on outlaps.
Whether the cars were in breach of that is hard to tell without the data and an explanation of what was happening on track, but after the anticlimax of seven drivers missing their final run in Q3, a message popped up on the timing screens that the final outlap was under investigation by the stewards.
A similar scenario in Friday's F3 qualifying led to the session being red flagged and 16 of the 30 drivers getting penalties for driving unnecessarily slowly.
Nico Hulkenberg was cleared of deliberately skipping the first chicane but was soon under another investigation, this time along with Lance Stroll and Carlos Sainz, for driving slowly on the final outlap.
Hulkenberg and Sainz were both at the front of the queue as the drivers started the lap and that resulted in all nine cars bottling up in the Curva Grande.
These situations have made a big mess towards the end and that's why some cars didn't make it to start their laps.
Eventually the pit walls started to radio the drivers to tell them to speed up or risk missing the start of their lap, but by that point it was already too late for everyone but Sainz and Leclerc.
Late on Saturday evening it was confirmed Hulkenberg, Sainz and Stroll had escaped with a reprimand. The stewards felt each driver "played a significant role in the banking up of cars at a critical stage of the final out lap for Q3" and that each had admitted to driving unnecessary slowly, while pointing out that everyone in the cluster of cars had done the same thing.
Interestingly, the verdict also included the following line: "The Stewards strongly recommend that the FIA expedite a solution to this type of situation.
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