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Kimi Raikkonen has been excluded from qualifying and becomes the third driver to be starting the Azerbaijan Grand Prix from the pit lane.
On a weekend involving a hefty repair bill for Williams, the good news is Robert Kubica will be able to start the Azerbaijan GP as the team has all the parts needed.
The 2019 F1 season moves on to the Azerbaijan Grand Prix this weekend with Ferrari facing a desperate battle to turn their raw speed into much-needed points.
Valtteri Bottas will start the Azerbaijan GP from pole position, ahead of Lewis Hamilton, while Pierre Gasly has twice been sent to the back of the grid.
Charles Leclerc was incredibly self-critical after crashing out of qualifying and ruining all chance of a pole position in Baku.
Lewis Hamilton says he is “grateful” to be starting the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in P2 after struggling in the first two corners of his final Q3 lap.
Valtteri Bottas will start the Azerbaijan GP from pole position after Charles Leclerc ruined his day as the potential pole-sitter crashed in Q2.
Sebastian Vettel feels Mercedes bagged a front row lock-out for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on merit, despite Mercedes playing down their own chances.
Max Verstappen was left chewing over a “weird” qualifying session, a session in which he thought Ferrari would be “miles ahead”.
Valtteri Bottas has credited his pole position in Baku to a vital tow he got on his final qualifying lap.