Formula 1 starting grid today in Barcelona: all qualifying results for Sunday’s race

This Sunday is in the Formula 1 the next race with the Spanish Grand Prix. After the Monaco GP, it’s almost 700 kilometers by car towards the south-west along the Mediterranean coast Barcelona and therefore return to a classic circuit.

Who took pole position and how starting grid for the Barcelona Grand Prix you can find out here.

Formula 1 starting grid today: qualifying results

THE Results and starting composition for Sunday’s race at a glance:

1. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) Red Bull

2. Carlos Sainz Jr. (Spain) Ferrari

3. Lando Norris (Great Britain) McLaren

4. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) Mercedes

5. Lance Stroll (Canada) Aston Martin-Mercedes

6. Esteban Ocon (France) Alpine-Renault

7. Nico Hulkenberg (Emmerich) Haas-Ferrari

8. Fernando Alonso (Spain) Aston Martin-Mercedes

9. Oscar Piastri (Australia) McLaren-Mercedes

10. Pierre Gasly (France) Alpine-Renault

11. Sergio Perez (Mexico) Red Bull

12. George Russell (Great Britain) Mercedes

13. Zhou Guanyu (China) Alfa Romeo-Ferrari

14. Nyck de Vries (Netherlands) AlphaTauri-Red Bull

15. Yuki Tsunoda (Japan) AlphaTauri-Red Bull

16. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) Alfa Romeo-Ferrari

17. Kevin Magnussen (Denmark) Haas-Ferrari

18. Alexander Albon (Thailand) Williams-Mercedes

19. Charles Leclerc (Monaco) Ferrari (three-place penalty)

20. Logan Sargeant (USA) Williams-Mercedes

Barcelona Grand Prix: All the information on the race weekend

After the classic in Monaco, Formula 1 is now coming to Barcelona. All additional information about the Barcelona Grand Prix TV broadcast, live stream and time can be found here.

Formula 1 in Barcelona: will Carlos Sainz pull off the surprise at the home GP?

carlos sainz was the only Formula 1 driver to always start from the top 5 in the 2023 Formula 1 season. In Barcelona, ​​the Spaniard was able to secure his best grid position of the season in his home GP with the second place, so that he is in the front line next to Max Verstappen.

But the Spaniard doesn’t believe he can beat Red Bull, even if he doesn’t talk about Verstappen. He also sees Sergio Perez, who will start from eleventh, out of reach. “I expect Red Bull to be half a second ahead of the race pace, as they have always done at Barcelona,” said the Spaniard.

Formula 1: And Nico Hulkenberg?

As in the last race, the German Nico Hulkenberg will start from seventh place. In the race in Monaco, however, it was only enough for 17th place. In the race in Barcelona, ​​Hulkenberg finally wants to finish in the points.

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