Qualifying duels with two Grands Prix remaining: Just one battle to be decided

03-11-2019 12:00
by Matt Gretton
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Qualifying duels with two Grands Prix remaining: Just one battle to be decided

The 2019 F1 season is almost over and that means most qualifying battles between teammates have been decided. Just Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris remain in battle as the two McLaren drivers can't be separated. 

Sainz leads the way going into the final two Grands Prix of the season meaning he needs to qualify ahead of Norris just once in either Brazil or Abu Dhabi to come out on top. The teammate duels are important in deciding which driver is best within a team. Check the list below! 

With George Russell finishing ahead of Robert Kubica again ahead of the United States Grand Prix, it's still possible that the British driver can complete a 100% win record over his Williams teammate. 

Bottas' pole position for the race in Austin means he has recorded one more pole position than Lewis Hamilton across the course of the season, but Hamilton remains on top in terms out of out-qualifying Bottas. 

2019 F1 qualifying duels (19/21)

Mercedes

Hamilton 13-6 Bottas (decided)

Ferrari

Vettel 8-11 Leclerc (decided)

Red bull

Verstappen 6-1 Albon (decided)

Renault

Hulkenberg 7-12 Ricciardo (decided)

Hare

Magnussen 12-8 Grosjean (decided)

McLaren

Sainz 10-9 Norris

Racing point

Perez 16-3 Stroll (decided)

Alfa Romeo

Raikkonen 11-8 Giovinazzi (decided)

Toro Rosso

Kvyat 2-5 Gasly (decided)

Williams

Kubica 0-19 Russell (decided)

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