Starting Grid 2018 Abu Dhabi F1 GP

Abu Dhabi Yas Marina Circuit 2018

Event: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Track: Yas Marina Circuit
Start time: 08:10 (NY) | 13:10 GMT | 14:10 CET

Lewis Hamilton will start from pole for the 4th for the 2018 Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix. He will start on the Ultrasoft tyres in the Mercedes, just like Valtteri Bottas, Sebastian Vettel in the Ferrari and Daniel Ricciardo in the Red Bull.

F1 Start Grid 2018 Abu Dhabi GP

PosNoDriverTeamLap Time1st Gap
144Lewis HamiltonMercedes1:34,794
277Valtteri BottasMercedes1:34,9560,162
35Sebastian VettelFerrari1:35,1250,331
47Kimi RäikkönenFerrari1:35,3650,571
53Daniel RicciardoRed Bull1:35,4010,607
633Max VerstappenRed Bull1:35,5890,795
78Romain GrosjeanHaas1:36,1921,398
816Charles LeclercSauber1:36,2371,443
931Esteban OconForce India1:36,5401,746
1027Nico HülkenbergRenault1:36,5421,748
1155Carlos Sainz Jr.Renault1:36,9822,188
129Marcus EricssonSauber1:37,1322,338
1320Kevin MagnussenHaas1:37,3092,515
1411Sergio PérezForce India1:37,5412,747
1514Fernando AlonsoMcLaren1:37,7432,949
1628Brendon HartleyToro Rosso1:37,9943,200
1710Pierre GaslyToro Rosso1:38,1663,372
182Stoffel VandoorneMcLaren1:38,5773,783
1935Sergey SirotkinWilliams1:38,6353,841
2018Lance StrollWilliams1:38,6823,888

 

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4 F1 Fan comments on “Starting Grid 2018 Abu Dhabi F1 GP

  1. Steven

    Why do some teams insist on flogging a dead horse? I think if you haven't proven you've got talent by the half way point of a season, move over and give someone else a go. There are plenty of up coming talented drivers who I'm sure could do a better job in the same car than, for instance, sirotkin, even, let kubica have a go. He was good in his day, and has proven he's still got it, also, in the past, drivers like wherlein and speed and Chilton. What was the point of them. Surely there was better drivers to choose from then those. They should be given race by race contracts and if they don't deliver, loose the dead weight. Harsh, but true. Kimi stood out in his early career driving an uncompetitive car, so did senna, verstappen, vettel and james hunt. These useless drivers get by protected by there contracts, and must know they aren't good enough. Let's see next year how ricciardo does in the Renault, not saying sainz and hulkenberg aren't any good, because they clearly are. But let's see how much quicker he can go in the same car. Also, look how leclerc had performed in that sauber. Erricson has never been able to do that, why? Because he isn't good enough. Let's see how much kimi out performs his team mate at sauber next year. It's meant to be the pinnacle of motorsport, if you aren't a driver at the pinnacle of driving talent, go drive in formula e.

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  2. Steven

    Top 5 drivers of all time and why. .....
    1. Tazio Nuvorlari. What he did with a car that was seriously under powered compared to his rivals , was unbelievable.
    2. Niki Lauda. His knowledge of the car was something else, and to come back after a potentially career stopping accident, and winning two more championships, shows how special he is.
    3. Ayrton Senna. His concentration and skill in not only qually, but over a race was uncanny
    The car never looked stable, but looked almost as though it was dancing around , on the limit/verge of spinning yet he could hold it on that limit, to outstanding results. He was also the master of the wet.
    4. Lewis Hamilton, although not a popular choice, and his career is ongoing, you cannot ignore his skill and determination. It's almost as though Senna was reincarnated.
    5. My number 5 is between two drivers that we didn't see that much of, by if they'd lived I'm sure they would have won numerous titles, first, Wolfgang von tripps, and second is Jochen Rindt both of which, showed outstanding talent and bravery, in an era when drivers were dying every season, sometimes numerous drivers a season.

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  3. Carson Lemmon

    come on! Fangio won 24 of his 51 races entered. Thats 47%, No one comes close and he started
    all but 3 from the front row. He was in his mid 40's when winning his 5th world championship.
    Educate yourself on his 1957 Germen GP victory.

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