Q3 results: Charles Leclerc won pole position at the Singapore Grand Prix. Max Verstappen had to abandon his final qualifying attempt because he needed a fuel sample at the end and would have run out of fuel on the final attempt. The full starting grid is below.
Q2 results: The second round of qualifying is complete and Charles Leclerc ran the fastest lap. The five slowest were George Russell, Lance Stroll, Mick Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel, and Zhou Guanyu. They will start in P11-15 pending any penalties.
Q1 results: The first round of qualifying is complete and Max Verstappen ran the fastest lap. The five slowest were Valterri Bottas, Daniel Ricciardo, Estaban Ocon, Alexander Albon, and Nicholas Latifi. They will start in P16-20 pending any penalties.
Formula One racing has arrived at the Marina Bay Street Circuit this weekend for the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix. This marks the return of F1 to Singapore for the first time since 2019. The race runs on Sunday at 8 a.m. ET and is preceded on Saturday by qualifying at 9 a.m. The race will air on ESPN2 while qualifying runs on ESPNEWS. Both will be available on a live stream at WatchESPN.
Saturday qualifying will feature the 20 drivers racing for 18 minutes to advance to the second and third stages of qualifying. The top 15 advance to Q2, which runs 15 minutes. The top ten there advance to Q3, which runs ten minutes. The fastest driver in Q3 claims pole position.
Max Verstappen heads into the weekend the favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook. He’s installed at -190 to win the race and -120 to claim the fastest lap in qualifying.
Here is the full entry list for Saturday’s Singapore Grand Prix as qualifying gets underway. We’ll provide updates with how the drivers performance in each of the three qualifying stages and how the starting grid settles.
2022 Singapore Grand Prix starting grid