F1 2023 Singapore GP – Qualifying Results

Carlos Sainz of Ferrari took pole position at the 2023 Singapore GP with both Red Bull cars eliminated in Q2

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Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz ended a sensational Qualifying session for the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix on pole position, leading a MercedesGeorge Russell by just 0.072s. 

The second Ferrari of Charles Leclerc was pipped by Russell at the death of Q1 and thus he starts third. Lando Norris was fourth in his McLaren which had a raft of updates, then came the second Mercedes car of Lewis Hamilton

Lance Stroll brought out the red flag towards the end of Q1 after a massive impact when coming off the final corner onto the pit straight as his Aston Martin car slammed into the wall.

Unbelievably, both Red Bull cars were knocked out in Q2. Liam Lawson in the AlphaTauri put in a sensational flying lap to send Max Verstappen down to 11th, while Sergio Perez spun at Turn 3 on this final flying lap. 

An incensed Verstappen stormed out of the pit lane and was scathing of his car’s performance on team radio as did Perez

F1 2023 Singapore GP – Qualifying Results

Pos.DriverTeamQ3 Time
1Carlos SainzFerrari1:30.984
2George RussellMercedes+0.072
3Charles LeclercFerrari+0.079
4Lando NorrisMcLaren+0.286
5Lewis HamiltonMercedes+0.501
6Kevin MagnussenHaas+0.591
7Fernando AlonsoAston Martin+0.631
8Esteban OconAlpine+0.689
9Nico HulkenbergHaas+0.824
10Liam LawsonAlphaTauri+1.284
11Max VerstappenRed BullEliminated in Q2
12Pierre GaslyAlpineEliminated in Q2
13Sergio PerezRed BullEliminated in Q2
14Alexander AlbonWilliamsEliminated in Q2
15Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauriEliminated in Q2
16Valtteri BottasAlfa RomeoEliminated in Q3
17Oscar PiastriMcLarenEliminated in Q3
18Logan SargeantWilliamsEliminated in Q3
19Zhou GuanyuAlfa RomeoEliminated in Q3
20Lance StrollAston MartinEliminated in Q3

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