Final results: Max Verstappen claimed the pole position for Saturday’s sprint race. Here is the top ten for Saturday.
- Max Verstappen
- Charles Leclerc
- Carlos Sainz, Jr.
- Sergio Pérez
- George Russell
- Esteban Ocon
- Kevin Magnussen
- Mick Schumacher
- Fernando Alonso
- Lewis Hamilton
Q2 results: Charles Leclerc led the field with a time of 1:05.287 over Max Verstappen (1:05.374) and Lewis Hamilton (1:05.475). The five slowest drivers were Pierre Gasly, Alexander Albon, Valtteri Bottas, Tuki Tsunoda and Lando Norris. They will start in positions P11-15 at Saturday’s sprint race.
Q1 results: Charles Leclerc led the field with a time of 1:05.419 over Carlos Sainz (1:05.660) and Max Verstappen (1:05.852). The five slowest drivers were Daniel Ricciardo, Lance Stroll, Zhou Guanyu, Nicholas Latifi, and Sebastian Vettel. They will start in positions P16-20 at Saturday’s sprint race.
Formula One racing has arrived in Austria this weekend for the Austrian Grand Prix. The race will take place on Sunday at Red Bull Ringing, getting underway at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN2. It will be available for live stream at WatchESPN.
The two days prior, sprint qualifying will sort out the starting grid for the race. On Friday, qualifying will determine the grid for Saturday’s 100-kilometer sprint race. The Saturday race will determine the grid for Sunday’s GP.
Friday qualifying will take place at 11 a.m. ET. on ESPNU. The 20 drivers will face off for an hour of racing to establish the fastest time and secure pole position. F1 qualifying is broken up into three stages. The first 20 minutes will eliminate five drivers and the next 15 minutes will eliminate five more. That will leave the remaining ten competing for pole position in Saturday’s sprint race.
Max Verstappen heads into qualifying as the race favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook with -120 odds. He is also co-favored to be the fastest qualifier at +120 odds, alongside Charles Leclerc.
Here is the full entry list for Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix as qualifying gets underway. We’ll provide updates with each driver’s time and how the starting grid settles.
2022 Austrian Grand Prix starting grid
|3||Carlos Sainz, Jr.||55||Ferrari|