Max Verstappen was also the best in Friday’s first and only practice session. Red Bull timing 1.27035 and outperformed its competitors. He beat McLaren’s second Lando Norris by 0.779 seconds and Lewis Hamilton’s third by 0.780 seconds.

In the first quarter, the Dutch driver turned out to be slightly better than Lewis Hamilton (0.035sec) and Charles Leclerc (0.300sec). The Red Bull driver only needed three laps to be in pole position. At this stage in the competition, two Haas drivers, Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin, as well as the highly successful Finn, Kimi Raikkonen, Nicholas Latifi and Yuki Tsunoda, have finished qualifying at Silverstone.

In the second quarter, and for the first time that day, Lewis Hamilton turned out to be the best. Mercedes driver dial the amazing 1.26.023 number. Max Verstappen tried to answer on the last lap but only managed to cut losses a bit. Williams’ George Russell moved into the top 10 of the playoffs at the expense of Fernando Alonso, who finished 20th during the training session.

The decisive qualifying match from the start was dictated by the Mercedes driver, who finally won with a time of 1.26.134 until Saturday. Qualified Enemy It will start from the first place.

Max Verstappen finished second in Friday’s qualifying, just 0.075 seconds behind Lewis Hamilton. Saturday’s race will start from third place at the start by Valtteri Bottas of the Mercedes team. Red Bull’s Sergio Perez was the first behind the podium.

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This is what the full results of Friday’s qualifiers look like:

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