F1, Japanese GP: here are the qualifying results

There was certainly no shortage of surprises in the qualifying sessions for the Japanese GP for the 2024 F1 World Championship, let's find out the results on the Suzuka circuit

Qualifying has just ended Japanese GP valid for the 2024 F1 World Championship. The fourth round of the season is the Japanese one on the historic Suzuka circuit. An appointment, the one on Japanese soil, which was brought forward to April compared to October. During the session we had confirmation of the values ​​seen during free practice, with one Red Bull dominant both on the flying lap and on the race pace. A few more difficulties for the Ferrari on the flying lap but yesterday the Red car showed fantastic race pace.

A track, Suzuka, which is certainly one of the most tortuous and fascinating of the entire World Championship with corners that are taken at full throttle and with a lot of g-force to be tolerated by the riders.F1, Japanese GP: here are the qualifying resultsF1, Japanese GP: here are the qualifying results

F1, Japanese GP: qualifying results

Already in Q1 we find the first surprises with Esteban Ocon which enters Q2 for the first time this season. Surprise too Valtteri Bottas who gained the pass for Q2 by placing eighth, also doing well Daniel Ricciardo. The Aston Martin driver sensationally remains out Lance Stroll. The others eliminated in Q1 are Gasly, Magnussen, Sergeant e Guanyu Zhou. However, one should be noted Fernando Alonso very much on the ball, with the updates brought by the team which at least on the number one car #14 they seem to work.

In the Q2 instead shiver for Charles Leclerc which only passes the cut in ninth position to keep a new soft tyre. Great moment of form for the home rider Yuki Tsunoda which enters Q3 again. Eliminate yourself instead Ricciardo, Hulkenberg, Bottas, Albon, Ocon.

And here we are at the final part of these qualifications for the Japanese GP. The poleman is Max Verstappen who took the fourth consecutive pole of the season, doing so with a time of 1.28.19723 thousandths ahead of his teammate Sergio Perez. A fantastic Lando Norris places third, fourth Sainzmale Leclerc only eighth. Fifth place for Alonsosixth Oscar Piastri. The two Mercedes with also did badly Hamilton which will start seventh while Russell ninth, Yuki Tsunoda closes.

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