Verstappen spun around after hitting the kerbs in the second segment of the weekend’s shorter qualifying session, where the drivers were obliged to run mediums in Q1 and Q2 and then softs in Q3.
In the final session, the majority of drivers only had one new set of softs, which meant they sat in the garages for a long time until Verstappen headed out and blitzed his way to a 1m34.538s.
Although track limits were again a big talking point – with the FIA having widened the white line limits exiting Turns 9, 12 and 19 to help the drivers following […]
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