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Slap in the face to Kevin: - Ridiculous

Only dæktyperne is different compared with last weekend's timing at Silverstone, but with the Haas team was the roles reversed.

For a week felt Kevin Magnussen and comfortable, while Romain Grosjean could not find out what was up and down on the VF-20’eren.

Saturday, drove the frenchman a few excellent laps and drove kvalifikationens 14. best time, which is seriously good for Haas, in this season on a track like Silverstone.

in Addition to its teamkammerat beat Grosjean both Williams, both Alfa Romeo and piggybacked on the problems of Daniil Kvyat.

As the Renault Esteban Ocoña risk gridstraf for a very clumsy blocking of George Russell, there may be even a location to download for the weekend's best Haas.

Kevin Magnussen has been on my heels since the first training and not understand why.

- It is just not good enough. It has been a terrible weekend so far, said the dane afterwards.

- I don't know what's happening right now. The car is not at all, as it was and felt last weekend. One or other is not working.

- I'm missing just constantly a half-second or seven-tenths to the other car, which is ridiculous, says Magnussen.

- It is very surprising and frustrating that the car is not delivering what we know, it can. We are trying to find out why. There are lots of small outages, and I have no confidence in it, he notes.

For the second week in a row it was Sebastian Vettel in trouble. The German drove only 12. the best time in his Ferrari.

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As expected, was Q2 a slightly bizarre place. Pirelli has softer tyres with higher pressure with this week. The softest, as you usually use during qualification is worthless during the race, so no one had the desire to go on to Q3, on it.

so, one must also use it in the race itself.

the Fight for pole-position was again between the Mercedes team's drivers, but this time it was Valtteri Bottas, who drew the longest straw with a margin of 63 thousandths to Lewis Hamilton. The German team scored the thus pole for the eight year in a row at Silverstone ...

The big surprise was the Racing Points-substitute Nico Hülkenberg, as impressive with a third place finish ahead of Red Bull's Max Verstappen. Teamkammeraten in the pink Mercedes was sixth; still, however, ahead of Charles Leclerc and Alexander Albon.

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