Vettel, pole, in a perfect classification for Ferrari

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Sebastian Vettel became the great Saturday of Ferrari in its pole number 48. The German, very strong, he brought out the best of themselves to make a 1:16.276 impossible to hunt for Kimi Räikkönen, that was little more than a tenth and a half.

Lewis Hamilton we’ll have to wait, at least, the GP of Belgium to equal the record of 68 pole positions Michael Schumacher. The Mercedes are not as competitive on this circuit, and is formed with the second line, with Bottas ahead of the british.

For the Spanish, good classification: both passed to Q3 and will come 7th Alonso and 9th Sainz.

Q1: Di Resta saves the last position

The presence of Paul Di Resta for the first time since Brazil 2013 was the highlight of the start of the classification, in which all eyes were on to see if it was able to pass the first cut, or, at least, get rid of the last position. And achieved: surpassed Marcus Ericsson. In perspective, it is much worse what he has done to Lance Stroll: for the third time has been eliminated and the canadian and has only taken 8 tenths behind the scot.

Above, Sebastian Vettel was the fastest, ahead of Max Verstappen, Kimi Räikkönen and Lewis Hamilton. Fernando Alonso spent with the ease of the court, the eighth and ahead of Vandoorne, while Carlos Sainz was 13.

eliminated were Magnussen, Stroll, Wehrlein, Di Resta and Ericsson, although the court decided in just 2 hundredths.

time Table Q1 Grand Prix Hungría

Pos. Piloto Dorsal Equipo Tiempo Gap Laps
1 Alemania Sebastian Vettel 5 Ferrari 01′ 17″244 0 5
2 Países Bajos Max Verstappen 33 Red Bull 01′ 17″266 +0.022 5
3 Finlandia Kimi Raikkonen 7 Ferrari 01′ 17″364 +0.120 5
4 Gran Bretaña Lewis Hamilton 44 Mercedes 01′ 17″492 +0.248 6
5 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 3 Red Bull 01′ 17″702 +0.458 5
6 Finlandia Valtteri Bottas 77 Mercedes 01′ 18″058 +0.814 5
7 Alemania Nico Hülkenberg 27 Renault 01′ 18″137 +0.893 5
8 España Fernando Alonso 14 McLaren 01′ 18″395 +1.151 5
9 Bélgica Stoffel Vandoorne 2 McLaren 01′ 18″479 +1.235 5
10 Gran Bretaña Jolyon Palmer 30 Renault 01′ 18″699 +1.455 8
11 Rusia Daniil Kvyat 26 Toro Rosso 01′ 18″702 +1.458 9
12 Francia Esteban Ocon 31 Force India 01′ 18″843 +1.599 10
13 España Carlos Sainz 55 Toro Rosso 01′ 18″948 +1.704 10
14 Francia Romain Grosjean 8 Haas F1 Team 01′ 19″085 +1.841 9
15 México Sergio Perez 11 Force India 01′ 19″095 +1.851 9
16 Dinamarca Kevin Magnussen 20 Haas F1 Team 01′ 19″095 +1.851 9
17 Canadá Lance Stroll 18 Williams 01′ 19″102 +1.858 9
18 Alemania Pascal Wehrlein 94 Sauber 01′ 19″839 +2.595 9
19 Gran Bretaña Paul di Resta 40 Williams 01′ 19″868 +2.624 11
20 Suecia Marcus Ericsson 9 Sauber 01′ 19″972 +2.728 8

Q2: Pass the Spanish

According advanced the session, the track improved and the times came down. Sebastian Vettel was the first to go down of 1:17, as a prelude to what could happen in Q3, while Verstappen and Hamilton still had to wait to cross that border.

In the first attempt, Fernando Alonso managed a good time, good enough to pass to the last batch, but a lot more suffered Carlos Sainz. The spaniard and his companion Daniil Kvyat not came to enjoy passing options to the Q3, until the last moment, when the Spanish Toro Rosso took a huge turn which allowed him to pass, next to Alonso, to the Q1.

deleted were Palmer, Ocon, Kvyat, Perez and Grosjean.

time Table Q2 Grand Prix Hungría

Pos. Piloto Dorsal Equipo Tiempo Gap Laps
1 Gran Bretaña Lewis Hamilton 44 Mercedes 01′ 16″693 0 12
2 Alemania Sebastian Vettel 5 Ferrari 01′ 16″802 +0.109 8
3 Países Bajos Max Verstappen 33 Red Bull 01′ 17″028 +0.335 8
4 Finlandia Kimi Raikkonen 7 Ferrari 01′ 17″207 +0.514 8
5 Finlandia Valtteri Bottas 77 Mercedes 01′ 17″362 +0.669 12
6 Alemania Nico Hülkenberg 27 Renault 01′ 17″655 +0.962 8
7 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 3 Red Bull 01′ 17″698 +1.005 8
8 España Fernando Alonso 14 McLaren 01′ 17″919 +1.226 11
9 Bélgica Stoffel Vandoorne 2 McLaren 01′ 18″000 +1.307 11
10 España Carlos Sainz 55 Toro Rosso 01′ 18″311 +1.618 16
11 Gran Bretaña Jolyon Palmer 30 Renault 01′ 18″415 +1.722 14
12 Francia It Isteban Ocon 31 Force India 01′ 18″495 +1.802 16
13 Rusia Daniil Kvyat 26 Toro Rosso 01′ 18″538 +1.845 15
14 México Sergio Perez 11 Force India 01′ 18″639 +1.946 15
15 Francia Romain Grosjean 8 Haas F1 Team 01′ 18″771 +2.078 15

Q3: Vettel flies

Vettel, on the first attempt of Q3, already hinted that it was going to be the pole position in 1:16 under, when he endorsed a three-tenths of his rivals, among those was a Lewis Hamilton who ordered him to abort the lap.

, The problems of Hamilton were vibrations in the car, which ultimately cost him what would have been his pole 68, the legendary brand of Schumacher. Nor Valtteri Bottas pulled out of the first row to the Ferrari, as Kimi Räikkönen catch a great final round and placed 2nd.

The Spanish, well without boasting: 8th place for Alonso and 10th for Sainz. Both gain one position thanks to the penalty he dragged Nico Hülkenberg.

time Table Q3 Grand Prix Hungría

Pos. Piloto Dorsal Equipo Tiempo Gap Laps
1 Alemania Sebastian Vettel 5 Ferrari 01′ 16″276 0 14
2 Finlandia Kimi Raikkonen 7 Ferrari 01′ 16″444 +0.168 14
3 Finlandia Valtteri Bottas 77 Mercedes 01′ 16″530 +0.254 18
4 Gran Bretaña Lewis Hamilton 44 Mercedes 01′ 16″693 +0.417 17
5 Países Bajos Max Verstappen 33 Red Bull 01′ 16″797 +0.521 14
6 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 3 Red Bull 01′ 16″818 +0.542 14
7 Alemania Nico Hülkenberg 27 Renault 01′ 17″468 +1.192 14
8 España Fernando Alonso 14 McLaren 01′ 17″549 +1.273 17
9 Bélgica Stoffel Vandoorne 2 McLaren 01′ 17″894 +1.618 17
10 España Carlos Sainz 55 Toro Rosso 01′ 18″311 +2.035 19