Lewis Hamilton managed to put it on pole for the Spanish Grand Prix, with the Mercedes driver being separated by his teammate Nico Rosberg by nearly two tenths of a second. Red Bulls Daniel Riccardo managed to qualify in P3, with Williams Valterri Bottas stealing P4 from Lotus’ Romain Grosjean, who also put in a
Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position, after a wet qualifying session decided the grid order earlier today. The Mercedes driver was six tenths ahead of Red Bull driver Daniel Riccardo, who managed to put it into P2, ahead of his teammate Sebastien Vettel who qualified in P3. Nico Rosberg meanwhile, could only manage P4.
Nico Rosberg will start from pole position for the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix, alongside his teammate Lewis Hamilton. The two Mercedes drivers were on top all weekend, and it was looking like Hamilton might take up the first grid slot ahead of Rosberg in the closing stages of Qualifying, however a lock up heading into
Valtteri Bottas has become the first driver to receive penalty points by the stewards, after it was found that he impeded Daniel Riccardo during the Malaysia Grand Prix qualifying. The Williams driver did qualify in 15th place, however that has now been reduced to 18th when he also recieved a three-place grid penalty alongside two
There have been growing concerns from NASCAR drivers over the past couple of race weekends regarding qualifying cool down laps. The practice used by some teams sees drivers running laps at slow pace which cool the engine and help with milage. However the difference in pace on track is clearly a danger, particularly on ovals,