F1: Verstappen remains in Netherlands GP classification

F1: Verstappen remains in Netherlands GP classification

This Saturday the classification of the Dutch Grand Prix was run at the Zandvoort circuit, for the 15th day of Formula 1 2022.

After what Belgian GPthis Saturday, September 3, the classification was run Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix, at the Zandvoort circuit and for the 15th day of the 2022 World Championship. In his own country, Max Verstappen took pole position after a great qualifying. I relived the best of the race.

Verstappen was superior during qualifying with a time of 1m10.342s, managing to qualify first for the Dutch Grand Prix, his hometown. The Red Bull driver got the best time in Q1 and Q3.

Meanwhile, the Monegasque Charles Leclerc took second place with a difference of +0.021 and the third was the Spanish Carlos Sainz, which achieved the first position in Q2. Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Pérez, George Russell, Lando Norris, Mick Schumacher, Yuki Tsunoda and finally Lance Stroll completed the top 10.

VERSTAPPEN TAKES POLE

Qualifying 3 ended and the Red Bull driver finished in first position in the Netherlands, his home country. He was followed by Charles Leclrec in second place and then Carlos Sainz.

Q3: Verstappen is first

They follow Red Bull driver Leclerc and Hamilton. Pérez left after one round.

Q3 BEGINNING

Final qualifying has started in the Netherlands and drivers are already competing for pole position.

Q2 DONE

At the last minute Carlos Sainz He was first and second. These are the pilots left behind:

  • 11. Pierre Gasly
  • 12. Esteban Ocon
  • 13. Fernando Alonso
  • 14. Guanyu Zhou
  • 15. Alexander Albon

Q2: Verstappen leads again

The Dutch driver leads the second classification. He was followed by Hamilton and the Mexican Pérez.

Q2: Ranking continued

The drivers are back in action in the second qualy in the Netherlands.

T2: The second classification stops

They raised a red flag and the qualy time was stopped after the smoke tube fell on the track.

Q2 HAS STARTED

The pilots started the engines for the second classification.

Q1 DONE

Max Verstappen leads the way, followed by Lewis Hamilton and Yuki Tsunoda. These pilots were left behind:

  • 16. Valtteri Bottas
  • 17. Kevin Magnussen
  • 18. Daniel Ricciardo
  • 19. Sebastian Vettel
  • 20. Nicholas Latifi

Q1: Verstappen remains in the lead

The Red Bull driver quickly moved into first place. Russell and Hamilton followed.

CLASSIFICATION HAS BEEN STARTED

The pilots are starting at the Zandvoort circuit.

F1 2022 calendar: dates and when is the next GP

  • 1- Bahrain GP (March 18-20) – DONE
  • 2 – Saudi Arabian GP (March 25-27) – DONE
  • 3 – Australian GP (April 8-10) – DONE
  • 4 – Dell’Emilia Romagna GP (Imola) (22-24 April) – DONE
  • 5 – Miami GP (May 6-8) – DONE
  • 6 – Spanish GP (from May 20 to 22) – DONE
  • 7 – Monaco GP (May 27-29) – DONE
  • 8 – Azerbaijan GP (June 10-12) – DONE
  • 9 – Canadian GP (June 17-19) – FINISHED
  • 10 – British GP (July 1-3) – DONE
  • 11 – Austrian GP (July 8-10) – DONE
  • 12 – French GP (July 22-24) – DONE
  • 13 – Hungarian GP (July 29-31) – DONE
  • 14 – Belgian GP (August 26-28) – DONE
  • 15 – Dutch GP (September 2-4) – NEXT
  • 16 – Italian GP (September 9-11)
  • 17 – Singapore GP (September 30 to October 2)
  • 18 – Japanese GP (October 7-9)
  • 19 – United States GP (Austin) (October 21-23)
  • 20 – Mexican GP (October 28-30)
  • 21 – Brazilian GP (November 11-13)
  • 22 – Abu Dhabi GP (November 18-20)

What is the Formula 1 Netherlands GP circuit?

The Zandvoort Circuitwhere the Netherlands GP, is a racetrack located near Zandvoort and Haarlem, Netherlands, on the North Sea, about 15 km west of the city of Amsterdam. It has a length of 4,259 kilometers and has 14 curves, of which 10 are on the right and 4 on the left.

Netherlands GP Qualifying: where to watch it LIVE

The classification of the Grand Prix of the Netherlands will not be seen live in Argentina on television. It will only be available live on Star+. There are two simple ways to contract the service offered by Formula 1. First, for 880 pesos per month, and the other option is to buy it annually for $8,800.

In turn, you can follow the classification of the GP of the Netherlands, minute by minute, according to TyCSports.com.

F1: the qualifying schedule for the Dutch GP, country by country

  • Argentina: 10 hours
  • Uruguay: 10 hours
  • Brazil: 10 hours
  • Chile: 09 hours
  • Paraguay: 09 hours
  • Bolivia: 09 hours
  • Venezuela: 09 hours
  • Mexico: 08 hours
  • Ecuador: 08 hours
  • Colombia: 08 hours
  • Peru: 08 hours

Welcome to coverage of the Dutch GP qualifying

In a few moments the classification will begin in the circuit of Zandvoort Y you can track it live tycsports.com.

Source: Tycsports

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