Qualifying (Quali) is a one-hour session used to determine pole position and the order the cars will line up behind... (Quali (Qualifying) is a one-hour session used to determine pole position and the order the cars will line up behind...) is a one-hour session used to determine Pole Position (Pole) is the first grid box closest to the start line. The rest of the field lines up,... and the order the cars will line up behind pole.
The hour is structured in three sessions – Q1 at 18 minutes, Q2 at 15 minutes and Q3 at 12 minutes.
Teams are free to put their car on track at any stage of Q1 but they must have registered a formal time before the Race tracks have long used flags as a way for marshals to communicate with drivers. The colour and meaning of... drops. At the end of the session, the five slowest cars are dropped and the position they finished Q1 in is the position that they will start from.
The OK, so we all know what the driver is, right. I've always liked the description that F1 drivers are like... one away from the cut-off is referred to as the ‘Driver at Risk’ as one of the cars below him could potentially put in a faster lap and push him below the cut-off line and out of the rest of Quali-
Q2 and Q3 follow the same format with the fastest driver in Q3 securing Pole Position at the front of the The grid is a reference to the starting order of the race is typically determined by qualifying, however, with the....