Alle Meldungen 2019

03 | 08 | 2019 GP Ungarn / GP Hungary The Scuderia Ferrari drivers will start the 34th Hungarian Grand Prix from the second and third rows of the grid, when the race gets underway at 15.10 CET tomorrow. Charles Leclerc was fourth fastest in 1’15”043 and Sebastian was fifth with a lap that was just 28 thousandths of a second slower than his team-mate’s.

Q1. In the first part of qualifying, the Monegasque and the German easily made the cut to Q2 with time of 1’16”337 and 1’16”452 respectively. But on his second run, Charles made a mistake, crashing into the barriers on the outside of the final corner. The driver of the number 16 car managed to get back to the garage where the mechanics rushed to change the rear wing, and made repairs to other parts that had also sustained minor damage.

Q2. Charles was therefore able to carry on as normal in the second part and both he and Sebastian fitted medium tyres. Leclerc’s first run produced a 1’15”807, which he then dropped by 15 thousandths to 1’15”792. Sebastian made it through to the top ten shoot-out with a 1’15”885 set on his first attempt. It means that both drivers start the race on the Medium compound.

Q3. For the final part, both drivers went out on Softs aiming for maximum performance. Leclerc’s first attempt was a 1’15”437, while Vettel beat it with a 1’15”346. Pitting for fresh rubber, they set out again, Charles improving by almost four tenths to 1’15”043, which was 28 thousandths quicker than Sebastian’s 1’15”071.

Sebastian Vettel #5 “Today went pretty much as we expected and reflects what we have seen in the last few races. Our car is very quick down the straights but it’s not the best through the corners and that means we struggle to keep the tyres alive right to the end of the lap when we are trying for a quick time. You can see that from the fact we are quickest in sector 1 and then we suffer over the rest of the lap.
In fact, it will be a very difficult race in terms of tyre management and given the characteristics of our car, it would suit us to see high temperatures tomorrow, because we would then be able to put our competitors under pressure. If that’s not the case, then it will be a one stop race and it’s less likely that we can be in with a chance. Overtaking is difficult here, but not impossible, so let’s wait and see how things go tomorrow.”

  Bildergalerie

Foto © www.motorsportpics.de | Jerry Andre

>> Bilder Galerie

2019 11 17 GP Brasilien

>> Video Galerie

2019 10 23 GP Mexiko Preview

>> Helm Galerie

2019 10 10 Helm GP Japan

GP VAE / Abu Dhabi
01 | 12 | 2019

Nächster Event

  • Fr., 29. November 2019, 10:00 - 11:30
    GP ABU DHABI, 1. Freies Training
  • Fr., 29. November 2019, 14:00 - 15:30
    GP ABU DHABI, 2. Freies Training
  • Sa., 30. November 2019, 11:00 - 12:00
    GP ABU DHABI, 3. Freies Training

Diese Seite verwendet Cookies, um Inhalte und Anzeigen zu personalisieren, die Darstellung zu optimieren und die Zugriffe auf die Website zu analysieren. Durch die weitere Nutzung der Webseite stimmen Sie der Verwendung von Cookies zu.
Weitere Informationen zu Cookies erhalten Sie in unserer Datenschutzerklärung.