August's last day was last time, Kevin Magnussen reached Q3 during qualification.
Upstairs the disappointment in Mexico a week ago, there was no more excitement and momentum in the Haas car for hjemmebanegrandprixet in Texas.
It ended with a 12. place to Kevin Magnussen, as both he and the team put themselves satisfied with.
- It was the best we could do, resulted in the Danish Formula 1-running over radio, which løbsingeniør Gary Gannon replied:
- Good work!
Romain Grosjean qualified 15’is, and was at no point faster than his colleague.
For a moment it looked like there was more in it for the Haas particularly in the Danish side of the garage.
Circuit of the Americas is a course which improves over much of the session, which Magnussens people utilized skillfully.
He waited a long time to put his first time, but managed to put two very competitive times in Q1, while the track was the best. In fact he was fastest of all in the first sector at the time.
Haas-pure breed has something better in Texas than it did in Mexico. Photo: CHARLES COATES/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
Midterfeltet is so close to the very last to pinch out the of each round to reach into the top ten. Kevin Magnussens first attempt was just before, but he improved in the second and was just pushed out.
In advance was the best scenario for Haas to qualify just outside the top ten, with the free tire choice, which can trigger the much-needed points on Sunday.
the Team's situation taken into consideration was the timing not so crazy even.
Lewis Hamilton becomes the most likely world champion on Sunday, but it seems not to be with bravura.
Teamkammeraten Valtteri Bottas scored the pole position, while Hamilton ‘only’ starting five. In order to keep life in the championship should it win in the UNITED states, without his colleague to score points.
Valtteri Bottas scored his 11. pole. Photo: Dan Istitene/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
Sebastian Vettel stops by the side of in the first startrække with Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc behind him.
the Particular Red Bulls dutchman will fret. He was a really good last attempt and only 0,067 seconds from Bottas, but a ‘lock-up’ of the wheels cost the expensive.
the McLaren continues its advancement, and especially Carlos Sainz beamed. The spaniard was clearly ‘best of the rest’, eight tenths of a second from pole.
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