Bottas will begin on pole forward of Purple Bull’s Max Verstappen and the Ferrari of Charles Leclerc after the one-hour qualifying session, which is cut up into three segments with 5 vehicles every being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 earlier than the top-10 shootout of Q3.
Turkish Grand Prix qualifying outcomes: Bottas takes pole
What occurred in Q1?
The vehicles took to a moist observe on slick tyres, which led to early spins for Sainz and Verstappen, whereas Hamilton ran large and misplaced his opening lap resulting from exceeding observe limits. Hamilton’s second effort took P1 at 1m27.085s, which was topped by Verstappen at 1m26.692s earlier than Lewis took it again with 1m26.520s.
Because the rain held off, with only a few spots falling, Bottas jumped to the highest with 1m25.733s. Leclerc pipped that on 1m25.727s, then Gasly took over with 1m25.486s. Hamilton and Verstappen swapped the P1 time between them, with Lewis taking it with a lap of 1m24.585s, with Max simply 0.007s slower.
Falling on the first hurdle have been McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo (who was pushed out by Sainz on the ultimate lap), Nicholas Latifi (Williams), the Alfa Romeos of Antonio Giovinazzi and Kimi Raikkonen, and Haas’s Nikita Mazepin, who spun a number of occasions.
Turkish Grand Prix Q1 outcomes: Hamilton quickest from Verstappen
What occurred in Q2?
Situations remained dry as the vast majority of groups ran on the medium-compound tyre to keep away from beginning on the softs on Sunday.
Hamilton set the bar at 1m23.595s, whereas Perez had a giant second at Flip 1 and simply missed the tyrewall, and Leclerc spun on the ultimate nook. Hamilton improved his P1 time to 1m23.082s with Bottas 0.497s behind, and Verstappen 0.65s off his tempo.
Knocked out at this level have been Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin), Esteban Ocon (Alpine), George Russell (whose Williams went off on the ultimate nook on his final lap), Mick Schumacher (Haas) and Sainz, who will begin his Ferrari on the again after an engine change however did exit to present Leclerc a slipstream.
Turkish Grand Prix Q2 outcomes: Hamilton quickest from Bottas
What occurred in Q3?
Hamilton set the benchmark at 1m23.093s however that was instantly crushed by Bottas by 0.022s on 1m23.071s. Verstappen was two tenths off the tempo after a second exiting the ultimate flip.
On the ultimate runs, Hamilton retook the highest spot with a brand new observe report of 1m22.868s. Bottas was second quickest however will begin from pole with a lap of 1m22.998s, whereas Verstappen will line up alongside on 1m23.196s.
Leclerc was fourth quickest, 0.397s off Hamilton, and can begin third forward of Pierre Gasly, Alonso, Perez, Norris, Stroll and Tsunoda.