All eyes are on the US$1Billion cost, 6.1Km Las Vegas Grand Prix later today, where Ferrari claimed a qualifying one-two with Charles Leclerc to start the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix on pole after a dramatic session that saw big names tumble early.
The champion Max Verstappen came in third but starts on the front row ahead of Carlos Sainz, who finished second, dropping back 10 places after copping a grid penalty that left the Ferrari star fuming.
So the starting line-up when the Las Vegas Grand Prix gets underway at 10PM sin city time tonight:
1 — Charles Leclerc, Ferrari
2 — Carlos Sainz, Ferrari (10-place grid penalty)
3 — Max Verstappen, Red Bull
4 — George Russell, Mercedes
5 — Pierre Gasly, Alpine
6 — Alex Albon, Williams
7 — Logan Sargeant, Williams
8 — Valtteri Bottas, Alfa Romeo
9 — Kevin Magnussen, Haas
10 — Fernando Alonso, Aston Martin
“Still disappointed with the penalty,” Sainz told Sky Sports post-qualifying. “Not going to lie, still in a very bad mood and trying not to show it too much. But it is what it is.”
Go Ferrari Go!