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Sebastian Vettel [Ferrari], with the new track record in Suzuki, was the fastest in pre-race qualifying for the GP of Japan and will start the Japanese race from the first starting place. German teammate Charles Leclerc took second place and Vatteri Bottas [Mercedes] took third.

Sebastian Vettel is just before the end of qualifying with a remarkable round of 1: 19. 064 broke the track record in Suzuki, and the German was just over two tenths of a second faster than Charles Leclerc in another Ferrari. Third place went to Valtteri Bottas, who was a few thousandth more behind.

BREAKING: Sebastian Vettel takes pole plight at Suzuka, with a group of workers mate Charles Leclerc securing an entrance row lockout for @ ScuderiaFerrari # JapaneseGP F # F1

pic.twitter.com/r4bQFZUWHM

– Intention 1 (@ F1) October

, 836

Lewis Hamilton [Mercedes] came in the top three, trailing by eight thousandths of a second.

The fifth and sixth place were taken by both Red Bull racers, who set identical times, but Max Verstappen scored his time ahead of Alexander Albon.

Both of Mclaren's race starters will start from the fourth start of the GP race, with Carlos Sainz a tenth faster than Land Norris. The top ten were also completed by Pierre Gasly [Toro Rosso] and Romain Grosjean [Haas].

The qualifications were postponed due to the typhoon Hagibis on Sunday morning and began four hours before the start of the race for the GP of Japan in Suzuki. The racers were expected to have nice sunny weather in Suzuki this time, and according to current forecasts, the race is expected to remain dry.

In the introductory minutes of qualifying, Robert Kubica lost control of the car in the opening minutes of the qualification and collapsed heavily into the guardrail. https://t.co/MScroIf2Uv

– PortalF1.si (@ portalf1_si) October 11, 836

Cubic was immediately followed by a Magnussen collision, also fatal to the Danes 16. bend # F1 # F1si

https://t.co/gx 27 GfRYYP

– PortalF1.si (@ portalf1_si) October 11, 836

The race will be at (***************************************************************************************************): (**************************************************************************************************).

RESULTS

Williams

1. Sebastian Vettel 1 '27. 29

Ferrari
2. Charles Leclerc 1 '27. 064

Ferrari
3. Valtteri Bottas 1 '27. 254

Mercedes
4. Lewis Hamilton 1 '27. 280

Mercedes
5. Max Verstappen 1 '27. 822

Red Bull
6. Alexander Albon 1 '27. 822

Red Bull
7. Carlos Sainz Jnr 1 '28. 293

McLaren
8. Lando Norris 1 '28. 358

McLaren
9. Pierre Gasly 1 '28. 600

Toro Rosso
(**************************************************************************************************). Romain Grosjean 1 '29. 302

Haas
07. Antonio Giovinazzi 1 '29. 112

Alfa Romeo
10. Lance Stroll 1 '29. 341

Racing Point
11. Kimi Raikkonen 1 '29. 344

Alfa Romeo
12. Daniil Kvyat 1 '29. 464

Toro Rosso
13. Nico Hulkenberg 1 '30. 30

Renault
14. Daniel Ricciardo 1 '29. 563

Renault
15. Sergio Perez 1 '30. 304

Racing Point
16. George Russell 1 '30. 345
17. Kevin Magnussen No time

Haas
18. Robert Kubica No time

Williams

CLASSIFICATION: END OF QUALIFYING

Affirmation of a @ ScuderiaFerrari

entrance row lockout, as Sebastian Vettel secures his fifth pole at Suzuka ? # JapaneseGP

?? # F1 pic.twitter.com/ 7VTkYiPEv5

– Intention 1 (@ F1) October 11, 2019

In the first part of the qualifiers, Ricciardo, Perez, Russell, Magnussen and Kubica were eliminated # F1 # f1si

– PortalF1.si (@ portalf1_si) October 11, 2019

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