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CAMPEONATO MUNDPO DE FÓRMULA1 - 2018 - SEGUNDO AS PREVISÕES DA PIRELLI

Terça, 28 Agosto 2018 13:35 | Actualizado em Quinta, 16 Janeiro 2020 19:06

MERCEDES DRIVER LEWIS HAMILTON CLAIMS POLE POSITION  ON CINTURATO GREEN INTERMEDIATE AFTER A THRILLING Q3
 
THE SUPERSOFT COMPOUND, WHICH BROKE THE SPA TRACK RECORD IN Q2, WILL BE USED BY NEARLY ALL THE TOP 10 FOR THE RACE START
 
ONE STOP POSSIBLE FOR THE MAJORITY OF COMPETITORS TOMORROW  WITH THE CORRECT PACE MANAGEMENT. CONDITIONS EXPECTED TO BE DRY  - Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton will start the Belgian Grand Prix from pole tomorrow, earning the Pirelli Pole Position Award from 1996 World Champion Damon Hill: like him, a three-time winner at Spa. Conditions stayed dry until the end of Q2, during which Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel established a new track record with the P Zero Red supersoft, used by all the leading competitors to set their quickest times. As a result, the top nine will start on this compound. Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas set his fastest time in Q2 within the top 10 on the soft tyre but is due to start the race from the back because of a grid penalty (also the case for Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg). In the wet conditions of Q3, the intermediate proved to be the optimal choice with Hamilton setting pole by nearly one second.  Despite the fastest speeds and cars ever seen at the epic Spa-Francorchamps track, just one pit stop is possible tomorrow if conditions remain dry and tyre wear stays low. 
 
 
MARIO ISOLA - HEAD OF CAR RACING “After a lot of uncertainty about the weather, the rain finally materialised at the end of Q2. In the end, the Cinturato Green intermediates proved to be the best option in Q3, with different levels of water on the track, which is quite typical of Spa. This made it very hard to judge the final qualifying runs, with the cars driving on the intermediates for the first time all weekend. The race, by contrast, seems more likely to be dry, in which case we can expect one pit stop for the majority of competitors, with the correct pace management.”
 
 
HOW THE TYRES BEHAVED TODAY
        Not seen in qualifying at all and not likely to feature in the race either. Only used by Bottas in Q2 but should be the main race tyre tomorrow. Used for the majority of running and broke the track record in Q2. Used in Q3 as rain began to fall harder: the tyre that set pole position.    
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
FREE PRACTICE 3 – TOP 3 TIMES
 
 
QUALIFYING TOP 10
 
 
MOST LAPS BY COMPOUND SO FAR
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DRIVER TIME COMPOUND
Vettel 1m42.661s SUPERSOFT NEW
Raikkonen 1m42.724s SUPERSOFT NEW
Hamilton 1m42.798s SUPERSOFT NEW
DRIVER TIME COMPOUND
Hamilton 1m58.179s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Vettel 1m58.905s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Ocon 2m01.851s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Perez 2m01.894s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Grosjean 2m02.122s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Raikkonen 2m02.671s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Verstappen 2m02.769s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Ricciardo 2m02.939s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Magnussen 2m04.933s INTERMEDIATE NEW
Bottas - -
COMPOUND DRIVER LAPS
SUPERSOFT Ocon 23
SOFT Bottas, Sirotkin 20
MEDIUM Vandoorne 20
INTERMEDIATE Hamilton, Vettel 5

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