Hier finden Sie das Ergebnis vom Qualifying zum Großer Preis von Italien in Monza. Dreimal in Folge war der vierfache Weltmeister zuletzt im zweiten Quali-Durchgang ausgeschieden. In Monza war sogar nach dem ersten Teil. Qualifying und Training zum Italien GP in Monza sorgen auch für Bummelei. Strafen setzt es keine. Doch der Verkehr ärgert manche.
Formel 1 Monza 2020: Das Qualifying am Samstag in der ChronologieNazionale Monza on Sunday, September 6. Using the links above you can find the full weekend schedule, including details of practice and qualifying sessions. Übersicht Formel 1: Autodromo di Monza - Qualifying (Italien Grand Prix ). Ausgerechnet in Monza. Ausgerechnet Sebastian Vettel im Ferrari mit Pech im Qualifying zum Großen Preis von Italien. Grand Prix in Monza.
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But to be honest I don't think anyone expected it to be that bad. What happened in Monza is nothing new. A similar thing happened at a number of races this year, and in Shanghai a handful of drivers also missed out on their final lap after jostling for position on the outlap.
The teams are fully aware of the benefit to be found from getting a tow, and as a result play chicken with one another to make sure they are not the one leaving the pits first.
In Baku, where a good tow effectively secured Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas the front row over Sebastian Vettel, new tactics evolved as Mercedes sent its cars out of the garage first but ordered them to make a practice start at the end of the pit lane so that they would drop back into the middle of the pack.
The same thing happened on the first run in Q3 in Monza and, again, it was Vettel who decided not to get caught up in the brinkmanship and ended up breaking clear at the front of the queue to get a clean, non-slipstream lap by himself.
The lap itself was good, but in a demonstration of how valuable a tow is at Monza, he finished 0. The situation that played out at the end of Q3 was entirely predictable -- so much so that the FIA had warned teams ahead of the session that it would clamp down on anyone going too slowly on outlaps.
Whether the cars were in breach of that is hard to tell without the data and an explanation of what was happening on track, but after the anticlimax of seven drivers missing their final run in Q3, a message popped up on the timing screens that the final outlap was under investigation by the stewards.
A similar scenario in Friday's F3 qualifying led to the session being red flagged and 16 of the 30 drivers getting penalties for driving unnecessarily slowly.
Nico Hulkenberg was cleared of deliberately skipping the first chicane but was soon under another investigation, this time along with Lance Stroll and Carlos Sainz, for driving slowly on the final outlap.
Hulkenberg and Sainz were both at the front of the queue as the drivers started the lap and that resulted in all nine cars bottling up in the Curva Grande.
These situations have made a big mess towards the end and that's why some cars didn't make it to start their laps.
Eventually the pit walls started to radio the drivers to tell them to speed up or risk missing the start of their lap, but by that point it was already too late for everyone but Sainz and Leclerc.
Late on Saturday evening it was confirmed Hulkenberg, Sainz and Stroll had escaped with a reprimand. The stewards felt each driver "played a significant role in the banking up of cars at a critical stage of the final out lap for Q3" and that each had admitted to driving unnecessary slowly, while pointing out that everyone in the cluster of cars had done the same thing.
Interestingly, the verdict also included the following line: "The Stewards strongly recommend that the FIA expedite a solution to this type of situation.
That trio weren't the only ones to visit the stewards' room. Sebastian Vettel's qualifying result was in doubt after the session when he came under investigation for apparently leaving the track and gaining an advantage at the Parabolica during Q2, on one of his timed laps.
Ricciardo, 6. Hulkenberg, 7. Sainz, 8. Albon, 9. Stroll, Thanks for following all - make sure you check back for live race coverage tomorrow - this time there might be a bit more of a race to the line!
Incredible scenes! Only one driver made it across the line in time and that was Carlos Sainz - he won't take pole with his sector times though so Hulkenberg blinks with one minute and 43 seconds to go.
Some drivers might be caught out here in not getting a quick lap. Four minutes left Give it at least another 90 seconds. No one wants to be the lead driver.
Q3 be like The session has now restarted but with six minutes and 35 seconds left, we will probably have three minutes of waiting around before a car leaves the garage.
The top ten as we wait for the session to restart are 1. Raikkonen, A medical car has been sent out for Raikkonen but he looks ok - it looks to be more of a precaution due to the force of the crash.
The big losers there are Bottas and Alex Albon as the red flags were out before they could set a lap - therefore they have had their times deleted.
Vettel may also have his time deleted as he looked like he ran too far wide and off circuit at the Parabolica.
At least in my eyes anyway Charles Leclerc, picking up a Renault tow, goes quickest from Hamilton but seconds later the red flags come out as Raikkonen has spun off at the entrance to Parabolica, crashing the Alfa Romeo backwards in the barrier.
Mercedes were first out, but they stopped at the end of the pit-lane to allow Ferrari to lead the way. Vettel is the front man but Leclerc won't benefit from the tow as they are separated by the two Renaults.
Hamilton will get a tow from Bottas in this session, but who is going to play second fiddle down at Ferrari?
Someone at Ferrari will have to prevent Lewis nailing his fifth pole position in six years. Worth noting that while Carlos Sainz has gone nine tenths quicker than Norris, it was down to his McLaren giving him a slipstream tow.
Playing the team game Oh, Bottas is again ahead of Hamilton this run. Hamilton will get a slipstream again. He was behind last time?
Bit of a strange one but maybe that's how they do it R icciardo a long way from the McLarens there. Must've had an error somewhere.
B ut Bottas will be behind Hamilton for the final runs. Will it be decisive? W hat can Hamilton do? He's ahead! Perez third for now, Verstappen cannot beat it?
What can Sainz do? It's only fifth Albon gets his lap time deleted for the second time today He has to give Verstappen a tow this time, so it could be 10th for him tomorrow.
H amilton a long way behind. Not much jockeying for position in this bit of the session. Hamilton a tenth up in the first sector Verstappen a further tenth back.
Bottas giving it full beans through Ascari, astonishing R icciardo ends up through. Bottas ends up quickest, 0.
Sainz in third and very close to Perez. It's going to be an interesting battle for the second row there.
Red Bull don't really look to be in great form here. O con is out. He cannot improve from 12th Can Leclerc get out and into Q3?
He's only 12th and then gets bumped down further to P R icciardo the unlucky man with no slipstream from anyone.
Will it affect him enough to put him out of Q2? Not sure it'll matter as he goes very wide and puts a wheel or two onto the gravel on the exit of the second chicane A nd literally everyone comes out with 3'30" on the clock.
Both McLarens are the very back, I think. Will they be hampered? There's ages to go so yes, at least in terms of crossing the line.
But they could get caught up in the madness ahead of them. I don't think it's going to be a surprise if we see a big crash today. B ut, inevitably, every last car is in the garage waiting for the "best" time to be on track.
It's inevitably going to cost someone and if we have the scenes we had in Q1 repeated or last year's Q3 then a serious discussion will be needed.
It's a H ere's the order. All the cars crossed the finish line within about 30 seconds of each other, which makes doing regular updates a little difficult.
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