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Japanese Grand Prix - Warm Up

Everything you need to know about tyres, penalties and the final starting grid for the seventeenth Grand Prix of the season.

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Japanese Grand Prix - Warm Up
Fuente imagen: Haas F1 Team Media Centre

Mercedes supremacy has been clear from Friday in Suzuka, and Ferrari's mistake has comprimised the few chances to start from the 2nd row. Kimi Raikkonen managed to grab the 4th  position, while Sebastian Vettel will start from the 9th spot on the grid.

Max Verstappen will start right behind the Pole Man Lewis Hamilton, who will start first for the 80th time in his career. Bad day for Daniel Ricciardo, who, thanks to some flames coming from his RB14's exhaust, will start 15th, and all the Pit Lane heard how frustated the Aussie driver was.

If Ricciardo is dealing with Renault's PU issues, Max Verstappen can only celebrate Toro Rosso and Honda's big result in their home GP, as Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly qualified, respectively, 6th and 7th.

Pirelli has brought three types of compounds for the Japanese Grand Prix, white Medium, yellow Soft, red SuperSoft. Here's which compounds every driver still has available for the race.

Pirelli also revealed the quickest strategy for the race:

TWO EQUALLY QUICKEST STRATEGIES ONE-STOPPER: 1 stint on soft for 25 laps + 1 stint on medium to the flag

and also

ONE-STOPPER: 1 stint on medium for 28 laps + 1 stint on soft to the flag  

QUITE CLOSE ONE-STOPPER: 1 stint on supersoft for 20 laps + 1 stint on medium to the flag  

SLOWER TWO-STOPPER: 1 stint on supersoft for 14 laps + 2 stints on soft (19+20 laps)

Here's the starting Grid for the Japanese Grand Prix.

1st row 1° - Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes - 1.27.760s 2° - Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes - 1.28.059s
2nd row 3° - Max Verstappen, Red Bull - 1.29.057s 4° - Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari - 1.29.521s
3rd row 5° - Romain Grosjean, Haas - 1.29.761s 6° - Brendon Hartley, Toro Rosso - 1.30.023s
4th row 7° - Pierre Gasly, Toro Rosso - 1.30.093s 8° - Esteban Ocon, Force India - 1.30.126s
5th row 9° - Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - 1.32.192s 10° - Sergio Perez, Force India - 1.37.229s
6th row 11° - Charles Leclerc, AF Sauber - 1.29.864s 12° -Kevin Magnussen, Haas - 1.30.226s
7th row 13° - Carlos Sainz, Renault - 1.30.490s 14° - Lance Stroll, Williams, 1.30.714s
8th row 15° - Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull - no time 16° - Nico Hulkenberg, Renault - 1.30.361s
9th row 17° - Sergey Sirotkin, Williams - 1.30.372s 18° - Fernando Alonso, McLaren - 1.30.573s
10th row 19° - Stoffel Vandoorne, McLaren - 1.31.041s 20° - Marcus Ericsson, AF Sauber - 1.31.213s

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