Quali report

Last updated 8 months ago

Drivers progressed through the qualifying session as follows:

Going from Q1 to Q2:

  • ALO failed to improve his time, recording 83.692 compared to 83.597 (0.095s slower)

  • OCO failed to improve his time, recording 84.786 compared to 84.503 (0.283s slower)

Going from Q2 to Q3:

  • SAI failed to improve his time, recording 83.577 compared to 83.061

    (0.516s slower)

Order change going from Q2 to Q3, along with laptime improvement (-ve is a better time in Q3)

## driverName imp1 driverName imp2
## 1 HAM -0.887 VET -0.106
## 2 RAI -0.679 VET -0.106
## 3 RAI -0.679 VER -0.537
## 4 MAG -0.113 SAI 0.516
## 5 GRO -0.129 SAI 0.516
## 6 HUL -0.012 SAI 0.516

The official session results were recorded as follows:

POS

DRIVER

Q1

Q2

Q3

1

HAM

1:22.824 (1)

1:22.051 (2)

1:21.164 (1)

2

RAI

1:23.096 (2)

1:22.507 (5)

1:21.828 (2)

3

VET

1:23.348 (3)

1:21.944 (1)

1:21.838 (3)

4

VER

1:23.483 (4)

1:22.416 (4)

1:21.879 (4)

5

RIC

1:23.494 (5)

1:22.897 (6)

1:22.152 (5)

6

MAG

1:23.909 (11)

1:23.300 (8)

1:23.187 (6)

7

GRO

1:23.671 (8)

1:23.468 (9)

1:23.339 (7)

8

HUL

1:23.782 (10)

1:23.544 (10)

1:23.532 (8)

9

SAI

1:23.529 (6)

1:23.061 (7)

1:23.577 (9)

10

BOT

1:23.686 (9)

1:22.089 (3)

11

ALO

1:23.597 (7)

1:23.692 (11)

12

VAN

1:24.073 (12)

1:23.853 (12)

13

PER

1:24.344 (13)

1:24.005 (13)

14

STR

1:24.464 (14)

1:24.230 (14)

15

OCO

1:24.503 (15)

1:24.786 (15)

16

HAR

1:24.532 (16)

17

ERI

1:24.556 (17)

18

LEC

1:24.636 (18)

19

SIR

1:24.922 (19)

20

GAS

1:25.295 (20)

Session Utilisation

Activity throughout the three qualification sessions took place as follows:

Q1

Cut-off Time Evolution

The cut-off time in Q1 evolved as follows:

Q2

Cut-off Time Evolution

The cut-off time in Q2 evolved as follows:

Q3

Front Row Cut-off Time Evolution

The cut-off time in Q3 evolved as follows:

Intra-Team Qualifying Comparison

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