Charles Leclerc led the qualifying session

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In the FP1 session, Alfa Romeo’s Valteri Botas took first place and he was second and third behind Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sange. Meanwhile, it rained in the FP1 session because ten drivers were not able to watch their lap time.

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  • Carlos Sange goes the fastest but now Leclerc takes first place. Meanwhile, Worstapen became the second fastest.
  • Guanyu Zhou sets the fastest lap time and goes to the top of the list. However, Fernando Alonso jumped to take first place.
  • Max Verstappen rotates his RB18 and manages to keep his car on track.
  • This is a shootout for pole position at the British Grand Prix.
  • Q3 session in progress.
  • The drivers dropped from the Q2 session were Pierre Gasley, Valetri Botas, Yuki Sunoda, Daniel Ricciardo and Esteban Oakon.
  • Meanwhile, Nicholas Latifi has qualified for the Q3 session for the first time.
  • The Q2 session ended with Verstappen taking first place with Hamilton and Leclerc in second and third place.
  • AlphaTauri drivers are both at risk as Galsy is XI and Tsunoda is 13th overall.
  • Botas and Ricciardo are in danger because they are 12th and 14th overall.
  • Carlos Sange is the fourth fastest.
  • Hamilton settled for second and Lacklark for third, with Verstappen taking first place.
  • Fernando Alonso became the fastest and won the second place. Meanwhile, Perez took first place.
  • All drivers are still using intermediate tires.
  • Q2 session in progress.
  • Alex Albon, Kevin Magnussen, Sebastian Vettel, Mick Schumacher and Lance Stroll were among the drivers excluded from the Q1 session.
  • Pierre Gasley is the eighth fastest and Alonso is the ninth.
  • Nicholas Latifi became the eleventh fastest and Kevin Magnussen was tenth.
  • Lewis Hamilton is second fastest and Lando Norris is seventh.
  • Meanwhile, Guanyu Zhu is in the fastest fifth place.
  • Max Verstappen took first place, followed by Leclerc and Sange.
  • Leclerc took first place and followed Perez and Verstappen.
  • Carlos Sange is in second place.
  • Charles Leclerc set the fastest lap time.
  • Both alpines are still in their garages.
  • As the track gets wet, the drivers are suffering.
  • All drivers are supporting intermediate tires.
  • Qualifying session in progress.
  • 100% risk of rain in the selection phase.

In the FP2 session, Carlos Senz took first place, followed by Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris in second and third place. Home Heroes in the form of Hamilton and Norris did not disappoint fans.

In the FP3 session, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took first place. He is followed by Sergio Perez and Charles Lecler in second and third place.

F1 British GP Live: Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc leads fastest, Verstappen and Alonso take second and third place – follow eligible live updates

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F1 British GP Live: How Qualification Sessions Work

The qualifying round will begin today at 22:30 IST. The qualifying session is divided into three parts, Q1, Q2 and Q3. The Q1 lasts 18 minutes and has all 20 cars on the grid. At the end of Q1, five slower cars were dropped. Drivers who finish 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 are excluded.

The Q2 session lasts 15 minutes and there are 15 cars on the grid Again slower cars were dropped from 11th to 15th position. The Q3 lasts 12 minutes and has 10 cars on the grid. The position that drivers will finish in Q3 will be their starting grid position for the race.

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F1 British GP Live: British Grand Prix track layout and DRS zone.

Eligibility, Date – 02nd July

Time – 19:30 to 20:30 IST

Race, date – 03 July

Time – 19:30 to 21:30 IST

Where can you watch practice, qualification and race on TV?

Practice, qualifications and race can be seen at Star Sports.

Where can you see practice, qualifications, and races? – Live broadcast

Practice, qualification and race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.

F1 British GP Live: Charles Leclerc of Ferrari leads fastest, Verstappen and Alonso take second and third place – follow eligible live updates

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