Rich Energy Haas F1 Italian Grand-Prix qualifying

Rich Energy Haas F1 Italian Grand-Prix qualifying

07.09.2019: Qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix (Round 14 of 21) Date: Saturday, Sept. 7 Location: Autodromo Nazionale Monza Layout: 5.793-kilometer (3.6-mile), 11-turn circuit

Qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix (Round 14 of 21)
Date: Saturday, Sept. 7
Location: Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Layout: 5.793-kilometer (3.6-mile), 11-turn circuit
Weather: Partly Cloudy

 

Air Temps: 22.3-23.9 degrees Celsius (72.1-75.0 degrees Fahrenheit)
Track Temps: 35.8-38.9 degrees Celsius (96.4-102.0 degrees Fahrenheit)

Pole Winner: Charles Leclerc of Scuderia Ferrari (1:19.307)
Result: Kevin Magnussen qualified 12th / Romain Grosjean qualified 16th



Note: Grosjean will start the Italian Grand Prix from 14th after Lando Norris of McLaren, who qualified 14th, and Pierre Gasly of Toro Rosso, who qualified 15th, move to the back of the grid for unapproved engine changes.
       


   

Magnussen: 16th overall (1:21.336), 16 laps completed
Grosjean: 17th overall (1:21.621), 16 laps completed
Fastest Driver: Sebastian Vettel of Scuderia Ferrari (1:20.294)
Most Laps: Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes (23 laps)
   
        

Lasts 18 minutes, with all 20 drivers participating
Fastest 15 drivers advance to Q2
Magnussen: 10th overall (1:20.616), advanced to Q2
Grosjean: 16th overall (1:20.784)
Fastest Driver: Charles Leclerc of Scuderia Ferrari (1:20.126)
Cutoff: 15th overall Daniil Kvyat of Toro Rosso (1:20.723)
       


Lasts 15 minutes, featuring the 15 fastest drivers from Q1
Fastest 10 drivers advance to Q3
Magnussen: 12th overall (1:20.615)
Fastest Driver: Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes (1:19.464)
Cutoff: 10th overall Kimi Räikkönen of Alfa Romeo (1:20.515)
   



Lasts 12 minutes, featuring the 10 fastest drivers from Q2, all battling for the pole
Pole Winner: Charles Leclerc of Scuderia Ferrari (1:19.307)
Second: Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes (1:19.346)
   

 


   

Rich Energy Haas F1 Team drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean qualified 12th and 16th, respectively, for Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix, the 14th round of the FIA Formula One World Championship at Autodromo Nazionale Monza. Grosjean will start the Italian Grand Prix from 14th after Lando Norris of McLaren, who qualified 14th, and Pierre Gasly of Toro Rosso, who qualified 15th, move to the back of the grid for unapproved engine changes.



The Haas F1 Team duo had mixed fortunes in Q1 under excellent track conditions. Magnussen laid down a lap of 1:20.616 around the 5.793-kilometer (3.6-mile), 11-turn circuit to take the 10th position and advance to Q2 with the rest of the top-15. Grosjean’s lap of 1:20.784 placed him 16th in the order, just 61-thousandths of a second out of the top-15.



In Q2, Magnussen improved his time by one-thousandth of a second but missed a position in the top-10 and the chance to advance to Q3 by one-tenth of a second. His lap of 1:20.615 was 12th on the timesheet.



Both Haas F1 drivers utilized the Pirelli P Zero Red soft tires throughout qualifying.



Taking the pole for the Italian Grand Prix was Charles Leclerc of Scuderia Ferrari, whose fast Q3 lap of 1:19.307 beat second-place qualifier Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes by .039 of a second. It was Leclerc’s fourth career pole, his fourth of the season and his second in a row. Kimi Räikkönen’s track record of 1:19.119 set in Q3 here last year remained intact.
   


     


   
ROMAIN GROSJEAN




“Very much disappointed not to make it through to Q2 today. The car was actually better than it had been in FP3 and in the corners I was fast. Just compared to Kevin (Magnussen) though we’re lacking a lot of top speed, I don’t know why, but it costs you a lot of lap time.



My lap was good, I had a bit of traffic through turns four and five, I probably lost a bit of time there, but every other corner I was fast. It’s just very disappointing not to have gained more in a straight line, I was using the slipstream as much as I could. We need to look into everything.”
   


     


   
KEVIN MAGNUSSEN


“It was about as good as it could be today, but Q3 was only about a tenth away, and you always feel like you could have taken that. I got out behind Albon, who was much quicker than me, so he pulled away and I only got a tow for half a lap – because then he was gone.



That’s how it is. We got more-or-less everything out of it that we could. We’ve seen before that the car drops in race pace, but we can just hope it doesn’t do that tomorrow. Friday looked a little bit positive, so we hope that’s going to carry into tomorrow and be the same again. We’re not far from the points. If we have a decent race car we can go for it.”
   


     


   
GUENTHER STEINER, Team Principal



“It’s not a big surprise that we qualified where we did after the earlier free practice sessions. We tried to set the car up so that in the race, we can race. Hopefully we can get that one done. Starting 12th and 14th is not fantastic, but it doesn’t mean that we’re out of the points in the race. We’ll focus on it and hopefully we can get it done.”
   


     


   

Stuart Morrison- photos Haas

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