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This is the classification for the starting grid of the sprint race of the Formula 1 Brazilian GP

Lewis Hamilton will tackle the Formula 1 Brazilian GP sprint race from the top of the starting grid. Although the Mercedes driver will lose five positions after having changed the internal combustion unit of his car, this penalty will be effective for Sunday’s grid and will not affect Saturday’s. Thus, Hamilton will share the front row of the grid with Max Verstappen , who leads the Formula 1 World Championship with 19 points of advantage over the British.

Third in the qualifying session on Friday was Valtteri Bottas and fourth Sergio Pérez . From the third row of the grid, Carlos Sainz will face the last sprint race of the season, who was sixth after Pierre Gasly in qualifying. The Madrid native was again faster in Brazil than his teammate, Charles Leclerc , who qualified seventh ahead of Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo’s McLarens . Fernando Alonso finished tenth, who slipped back into Q3, something that he had not achieved since the qualifying session of the Hungarian GP.

In that race his teammate in Alpine, Esteban Ocon , was victorious, who was eliminated in Q2 of the qualifying session of the Formula 1 Brazilian GP. Along with him were Sebastian Vettel , Yuki Tsunoda , Kimi Raikkonen , and Antonio Giovinazzi . Previously, in Q1, Nicholas Latifi , George Russell , Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin were eliminated .

This is the starting grid of the sprint race

1. Lewis Hamilton
2. Max Verstappen
3. Valtteri Bottas
4. Sergio Pérez
5. Pierre Gasly
6. Carlos Sainz
7. Charles Leclerc
8. Lando Norris
9. Ricciardo
10. Fernando Alonso
11. Esteban Ocon
12. Sebastian Vettel
13. Yuki Tsunoda
14. Kimi Raikkonen
15. Antonio Giovinazzi
16. Lance Stroll
17. Nicholas Latifi
18. George Russell
19. Mick Schumacher
20. Nikita Mazepin

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