Leclerc on Pole for Mexico Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc will start ahead of his team-mate Carlos Sainz and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen after a thrilling one-hour qualifying session at the Mexico Grand Prix. The qualifying session is split into three segments, with five cars being eliminated in both Q1 and Q2 before the final top-10 shootout in Q3.
The Final Grid
Here is the final starting grid for the Mexico Grand Prix:
|3||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||TBC|
Leclerc’s impressive performance puts him in prime position to secure a crucial victory at the Mexico Grand Prix. With his team-mate Sainz following closely behind, the Ferrari duo will be looking to exploit their front-row advantage to gain an early advantage in the race.
Exciting Battle Ahead
The battle for victory is expected to be intense, with Verstappen not far behind in third place. With his Red Bull car showing excellent pace throughout the season, Verstappen will be determined to challenge the Ferraris and secure a podium finish.
Other notable positions include:
- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – Starting 4th
- Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) – Starting 5th
- Sergio Perez (Red Bull) – Starting 6th
- Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) – Starting 7th
- Fernando Alonso (Alpine) – Starting 8th
- Esteban Ocon (Alpine) – Starting 9th
- Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) – Starting 10th
The stage is set for an electrifying race as the drivers battle it out for valuable championship points. Stay tuned for the latest updates and analysis from RaceTrackWorld.com!