Starting grid for 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix

Published on 12 Nov 2017 11:52

Qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix was an exciting affair as it saw drama right from the get-go. Lewis Hamilton crashed on his opening lap, meaning he will have it all to do to secure a successful result from the race.

Valtteri Bottas claimed his third pole position and only just kept the Ferrari's from stealing the spoils. After grid penalties have been applied, below you can see how the grid is set to shape up for when the lights go out in Sao Paulo later today.

The Grid

1) Valtteri Bottas
2) Sebastian Vettel
3) Kimi Raikkonen
4) Max Verstappen
5) Sergio Perez
6) Fernando Alonso
7) Nico Hulkenberg
8) Carlos Sainz
9) Felipe Massa
10) Esteban Ocon
11) Romain Grosjean
12) Stoffel Vandoorne
13) Kevin Magnussen
14) Daniel Ricciardo (Penalty)
15) Pascal Wehrlein
16) Lance Stroll (Penalty)
17) Marcus Ericsson (Penalty)
18) Brendon Hartley (Penalty)
19) Pierre Gasly (Penalty)
20) Lewis Hamilton (No time set)

Lewis Hamilton set to start from the pit lane after taking on new engine parts

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