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Sunday, July 11, 2010

HOW FORMULA ONE QUALIFYING WORKS

HOW QUALIFYING WORKS!
Its like a shoot-out at the OK corral; everyone goes out in the first qualifying session.

At the end, the 7 slowest drivers get shelved, (in order of their qualifying time), until the start of the race.

The remaining drivers get to have another chance to get to the front of the grid in the second qualifying session. The session is run again and a further 7 drivers drop out of the final top 10 grid positions.

The 7 drop into their respective race start grid order. The 10 remaining fastest drivers get a last chance to shoot for the pole position. When that session is over, that is the final grid! That's it really.

Pole Position.

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