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Charles Leclerc defeated the competition with a fantastic round just before the end of qualifying and will start tomorrow's race for the GP of Singapore from the best starting position. defeated Lewis Hamilton [Mercedes] in the pole vault, while Sebastian Vettel [Ferrari] finished third

After falling behind his team mate before his last attempt, Charles Leclerc defeated all the competition with a fantastic final lap and won the best starting position. Lewis Hamilton, who was the first favorite of the qualifiers, was just under two tenths behind Leclercom, while Sebastian Vettel was a few thousandth behind.

Leclerc won the third consecutive pole position and the fifth in this season.

BREAKING: It's pole for @ Charles_Leclerc – his fifth of the 2019 Season! # F1 # SingaporeGP

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– Formula 1 (@ F1) September 19, 2019

Max Verstappen [Red Bull] is ranked for the top three, and only Valtteri Bottas [Mercedes] will start tomorrow's race from the fifth start.

The Finn will be run by Alexander Albon in the third Red Bull, with Carlos Sainz in the third row [Mclaren].

Both McLarn and both Renault in Q3

– PortalF1.si (@ portalf1_si) September 19, 2019

Both Renault racers Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg took eighth and ninth places, respectively, and Lando Norris [Mclaren] finished ten.

Kimi kisses the wall… # F1

The race will be tomorrow at 12: (****************************************************************************************************)

RESULTS

Red Bull

Alfa Romeo

Haas

1. Charles Leclerc 1 '20 . 146

Ferrari
2. Lewis Hamilton 1 '20 . 280

Mercedes
3. Sebastian Vettel 1 '20 . 408

Ferrari
4. Max Verstappen 1 '20 . 697
5. Valtteri Bottas 1 '37. 41

Mercedes
6. Alexander Albon 1 '37. 329

Red Bull
7. Carlos Sainz Jnr

1 '21 . 699

McLaren

8. Daniel Ricciardo 1 '38. 40

Renault
9. Nico Hulkenberg 1 '38. 186

Renault
(****************************************************************************************************). Lando Norris 1 '38. 277

McLaren
09. Sergio Perez 1 '38. 550

Racing Point
10. Antonio Giovinazzi 1 '38. 620
11. Pierre Gasly 1 '38. 650

Toro Rosso
12. Kimi Raikkonen 1 '38. 813

Alfa Romeo
13. Kevin Magnussen 1 '39. 600
14. Daniil Kvyat 1 '39. 858

Toro Rosso
15. Lance Stroll 1 '39. 867

Racing Point
16. Romain Grosjean 1 '40. 217

Haas
17. George Russell 1 '40. 818

Williams
18. Robert Kubica 1 '41. 095

Williams

Perez, Giovinazzi, Gasly, Raikkonen and Magnussen were eliminated in the second part of the qualifications

Kvyat, Grosjean, Stroll, Russell, and Kubica were dropped in Q1

– PortalF1.si (@ portalf1_si) September 19, 957


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