The British Grand Prix, which marks the halfway point of the season, will feature the P Zero White medium, P Zero Yellow soft, and P Zero Red supersoft tyres: a change to the original nomination of hard, medium and soft. This change was made as a result of the information gained from previous races, and it marks the first time that the supersoft has been seen at the British Grand Prix.
Silverstone is well-known for placing heavy demands on tyres, thanks to quite an abrasive surface and plenty of high-speed corners that put a lot of energy through the tyres. With it being a home race for so many of the teams, there’s always a unique atmosphere at Silverstone thanks also to the passionate and knowledgeable British fans.
|Pos||No||Driver||Team||Lap Time||1st Gap|
|4||33||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||1:28,130||1,530|
|6||11||Sergio Pérez||Force India||1:28,902||2,302|
|7||31||Esteban Ocon||Force India||1:29,074||2,474|
|10||8||Romain Grosjean||Haas F1 Team||1:29,549||2,949|
|12||26||Daniil Kvyat||Toro Rosso||1:30,355||3,755|
|13||55||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Toro Rosso||1:31,368||4,768|
|16||20||Kevin Magnussen||Haas F1 Team||1:42,577||15,977|
|19||3||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||1:42,966||16,366|
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