2022 Mexico Grand Prix – Qualifying Tyre Analysis

2022 Mexico Grand Prix – Qualifying Tyre Analysis - Formula 1 2022: Mexico City Gp
2022 Mexico Grand Prix – Qualifying Tyre Analysis - Formula 1 2022: Mexico City Gp

2022 Mexico Grand Prix – Qualifying Tyre Analysis: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen claimed his sixth pole position of the season, using the P Zero Red tyres from start to finish of qualifying.

Despite a forecast threat of rain during the day, qualifying (which started at 3pm local time) stayed dry with ambient temperatures of 28 degrees centigrade and 48 degrees on track. The chance of rain is lower tomorrow but not insignificant, at around 40% according to Meteo France.

Mercedes driver George Russell was fastest in FP3, again using the soft tyres. The FP3 session was more important than normal, as the teams were missing some information on the slick tyres (especially the P Zero Yellow medium) after devoting yesterday’s FP2 to tyre testing. With FP3 run at quite a similar time of the day to tomorrow’s race, the information obtained was useful in terms of formulating strategy.

The Pirelli Pole Position Award was presented by Mexican businessman Carlos Slim Domit, the President of America Movil and the well-known Escuderia Telmex racing team, which was founded in 2002 to support Latin American drivers at every stage of their careers. Some of the most famous graduates include Pietro Fittipaldi, Tatiana Calderon, and of course Sergio Perez.

2022 Mexico Grand Prix – Qualifying Tyre Analysis

2022 Mexico Grand Prix – Qualifying Tyre Analysis

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