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Formula 1 in the live ticker: Vettel crashes in qualifying before the Russia race - Q3 without Ferrari

2020-09-27T09:08:44.780Z

Formula 1 drives in Sochi at the weekend. Before the start, a statement about Sebastian Vettel causes a stir. The live ticker of the Russian Grand Prix.



Formula 1 drives in Sochi at the weekend.

Before the start, a statement about Sebastian Vettel causes a stir.

The live ticker of the Russian Grand Prix.

  • The tenth race of the Formula 1 season * will be held in Sochi, Russia

  • Racing Point driver Sergio Perez makes headlines ahead of the Grand Prix

  • He said about Ferrari driver Vettel *: "I hate Sebastian"

Formula 1 in the live ticker: Lewis Hamilton with the pole

Update from September 26th, 3:25 p.m.:

Lewis Hamilton took pole position.

Behind him Max Verstappen in front of Valtteri Bottas.

From fourth to tenth place as follows: Perez, Ricciardo, Sainz, Ocon, Norris, Gasly, Albon.

Formula 1 in the live ticker: Vettel crashes in Q2

Update from September 26th, 2:50 pm:

The results of Q2 are there.

Here the starting positions eleven to 15.  

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

Daniil Kwjat (AlphaTauri)

Lance Stroll (Racing Point)

George Russell (Williams)

 and 

Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)

.

Another bad performance by Ferrari who do not make it into Q3.

Especially for Sebastian Vettel, who suffered a serious crash.

Teammate Leclerc almost drove into him.

Vettel announced over the radio: "I am okay".

Phew, that went well again.

Luck for the German, but the car is gone.

Formula 1 in the live ticker: Vettel is just saving himself to Q2

Update from September 26, 2:24 p.m.: Q1 is over.

Romain Grosjean (Haas)

Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo)

Kevin Magnussen (Haas)

Nicholas Latifi (Williams)

 and 

Kimi Räikkönen (Alfa Romeo) were eliminated.

Bottas won ahead of Hamilton - Vettel was 15th. The German was just able to save himself in the next round.

Update from September 26, 1:34 p.m.: Qualfying

begins in 26 minutes.

Maybe a routine that Mick Schumacher will face in the coming season?

The youngster is about to jump into the motorized premier class.

But there is still one hurdle to overcome.

Update from September 26, 12:17 p.m.: Qualifying starts

in just under two hours.

We'll keep you up to date.

Formula 1 in the live ticker: Bottas with the fastest lap - Renault surprisingly behind

Update from September 25, 4.10 p.m.:

The engines are off for today, the first and second training sessions are over.

There were no surprises at the front -

Mercedes

is superior to the rest of the field.

Valtteri Bottas

drove the fastest lap in both practice sessions.

Lewis Hamilton

was second in practice two.

Sebastian Vettel came

in tenth, his team-mate

Charles Leclerc

in eighth - the Ferraris have improved a bit.

Surprisingly, a

Renault is the

first pursuer of the two Mercedes.

Daniel Ricciardo

finished third.

On the fringes of FP2, an important message made the rounds:

Stefano Domenicali

will be the new

Formula 1 managing director

and will replace

Chase Carey

.

The rights holder

Liberty Media confirmed

on Friday afternoon.

CLASSIFICATION - END OF FP2 @ ValtteriBottas finishes 🔝 of both of Friday's practice sessions @ danielricciardo completes a promising day with a strong P3 💪 # RussianGP 🇷🇺 # F1 pic.twitter.com/ugsj3Q1HNI

- Formula 1 (@ F1) September 25, 2020

Formula 1 in the live track: Sainz and Latifi take off in the first practice session

Update from September 25, 10:31 a.m.:

The first free practice in

Sochi

is

underway

!

Because of the time difference earlier than usual in this country.

And the first unit had an excitement ready: McLaren driver

Carlos Sainz had a

crash, the future Ferrari driver lost control of his car and hit the gang with the rear.

A small sheet metal damage, luckily no more.

A short time later, Williams driver

Nicholas Latifi also took off

at a similar point and ended up in the gang.

The good news from a German point of view:

Sebastian Vettel set

the eighth best time in the meantime.

The front and rear of the

Ferrari have

also been improved - maybe that'll bring a little point or two?

Formula 1 in the live ticker: Perez shocks Vettel: "I hate Sebastian"

First report from September 24th, 3:07 p.m

.: Sochi - the engines are howling again!

At the weekend, the Formula 1 * will host the Russian Grand Prix *.

After the chaos race in Mugello: who will keep their nerve this time?

Lewis Hamilton

can take the next step towards the title *, while

Sebastian Vettel also

hopes not to completely follow suit again.

After all, the German has a prospect of improvement, because in the coming season he will be in the

Aston Martin

.

The team emerged from Racing Point *, where

Sergio Perez

is still

in the cockpit.

Vettel

will leave Ferrari *,

replace

Perez

and then

fight for points

alongside

Lance Stroll

.

Formula 1: Russian Grand Prix in the live ticker - top against Sebastian Vettel

Before the race,

Perez

commented on

the future - and delivered the first big exclamation mark of the weekend: The Mexican was asked if he was mad at

Vettel

, as he would take his place.

Perez

replied coldly: "Yes, of course, I hate Sebastian."

Tienes rencor hacia Vettel por tomar tu lugar? #Perez: "Si, odio a Sebastian !! 😂


No, obvio no tengo nada contra el, es una gran persona, un gran piloto, viene a un equipo fantastico ...


Estuve mucho tiempo en este negocio, entiendo las decisiones ... "# f1pic.twitter.com / eKiXNFsclM

- F1 Paraguay (@ F1_Paraguay) September 24, 2020

But it's not that wild!

In order not to let rumors arise,

Perez made

it clear that he didn't mean it seriously: “Of course I have nothing against Seb.” He was “of course disappointed that I have to leave Racing Point, but that's the way business is.

I've been there long enough to know the rules of the industry ”.

Formula 1: Russian Grand Prix in the live ticker - Vettel vortex before the race in Sochi

It

is still unclear

where

Perez

will drive in Formula 1 * in the coming year.

Haas * could be an option, but team boss Günther Steiner did not want to commit to the Mexican in Sochi.

Perez

is “of course a good driver, but is he also the best for us in the medium to long term?” Asked the South Tyrolean: “We are currently thinking about that.

There are many options. "

Meanwhile, there is of course speculation elsewhere: Will

Mick Schumacher

soon be in a Formula 1 cockpit *?

Most recently it was rumored that he could possibly

take the wheel

for

Alfa Romeo

in the coming season

.

(akl with sid) * tz.de is part of the Ippen digital network

Source: merkur

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