Get to know all about the Dutch GP Qualifying result here. Red Bull and Max Verstappen seem to have delivered in-front of their fans when the ace driver managed to come out the fastest in the qualifying session to take the pole position in the recently concluded qualifying session at Zandvoort. Having looked like he was trailing to Hamilton at one point of time, it seems like Verstappen’s ability to be fast and agile on the turns made his obtain the pole.
However, the Mercedes duo is not far behind as Lewis Hamilton took the second position. While Valtteri Bottas finished P3. Especially with no Sergio Perez in the top 15, Verstappen will have all to do in-front of his home fans in tomorrow’s race. Apart from these three spoken about drivers. Pierre Gasly finished in P4 and Charles Leclerc took P5 behind him.
Know all about Dutch GP Qualifying Result as Verstappen Takes Pole
With Lewis Hamilton still experiencing few stands booing him, he did seem to be in a positive mood and even went onto congratulate Max Verstappen for his excellence. Having said that, after Charles Leclerc in P5. He is followed by his teammate Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz who managed to improve his position in each session.
Apart from these drivers the biggest flop in the qualifying session could be Lando Norris who only managed to finished P13 and will be behind Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll. That is all about the Dutch GP Qualifying result. With what could happen at Zandvoort tomorrow remains to be seen as the Dutch Grand Prix surely looks to be providing race fans with the full drama tomorrow.
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