Position at the start:
1. Max Verstappen Red Bull
2. Charles Leclerc Ferrari
3. Carlos Sainz Jr. Ferrari
4. Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
5. Sergio Perez Red Bull
6. George Russell Mercedes
7. Lando Norris McLaren/Mercedes
8. Mick Schumacher Haas/Ferrari
9. Juki Tsunoda AlphaTauri/Red Bull
10. Lance Stroll Aston Martin/Mercedes
11. Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri/Red Bull
12. Esteban Ocon Alpine/Renault
13. Fernando Alonso Alpine/Renault
14. Chou Kuan-yu Alfa Romeo/Ferrari
15. Alexander Albon Williams/Mercedes
16. Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo/Ferrari
17. Kevin Magnussen Haas/Ferrari
18. Daniel Ricciardo McLaren/Mercedes
19. Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin/Mercedes
20. Nicholas Latifi Williams/Mercedes
World Champion Max Verstappen of Red Bull won qualifying for the Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix. The pair of Ferrari drivers Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished behind the home pilot.
The clash between Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton from Sunday’s Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix was a reminder of how easy it is for rivals to find an unflattering name.
Formula 1 legend James Hunt was born 75 years ago. The 1976 world champion was also famous for his bohemian lifestyle.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen won the previous Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix when he started the race from fourteenth position due to a power unit change penalty.
European fans may miss out on a number of popular races as F1 expands to other destinations. Instead of half, only a third of the Grand Prix should be on the continent.
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The Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix starts on Sunday, September 4 at 3:00 p.m.
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