Red Bull driver Max Verstappen will start from the pole position in the upcoming Formula 1 race for the US Grand Prix in Austin, as he was the fastest in the qualifications tonight.

In the last moments in the qualifications, Verstappen was faster than the main competitor for the title, Luis Hamilton from Mercedes, and he won the pole position with the result of 1: 32.910 minutes.

The seven-time world champion was 0.209 seconds behind Verstappen.

Red Bull driver Sergio Perez, who was 0.224 seconds behind his teammate, will start from the third position.

Mercedes driver Valteri Botas took the fourth place, but he will start from the ninth place, as he received a penalty of five positions due to the replacement of the engine.

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc will start fourth, and his teammate Carlos Sainz will start fifth. Behind them will be McLaren drivers Daniel Ricardo and Lando Norris, eighth will be Pierre Gasley from Alfa Tauri, and 10th will be his teammate Yuki Cunoda.
Williams driver George Russell, Fernando Alonso from Alpina and Sebastian Vettel from Aston Martin will start the race from behind due to engine changes.

On the eve of the race, Verstappen is first in the general classification with six points more than Hamilton.

The race for the US Grand Prix is ​​scheduled for Sunday at 9 pm in Austin, Texas.

By Editor

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