Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Circuit of the Americas, 2016

2016 United States Grand Prix grid

2016 United States Grand Prix

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Row 11. Lewis Hamilton 1’34.999
Mercedes
2. Nico Rosberg 1’35.215
Mercedes
Row 23. Daniel Ricciardo 1’35.509
Red Bull
4. Max Verstappen 1’35.747
Red Bull
Row 35. Kimi Raikkonen 1’36.131
Ferrari
6. Sebastian Vettel 1’36.358
Ferrari
Row 47. Nico Hulkenberg 1’36.628
Force India
8. Valtteri Bottas 1’37.116
Williams
Row 59. Felipe Massa 1’37.269
Williams
10. Carlos Sainz Jnr 1’37.326
Toro Rosso
Row 611. Sergio Perez 1’37.353
Force India
12. Fernando Alonso 1’37.417
McLaren
Row 713. Daniil Kvyat 1’37.480
Toro Rosso
14. Esteban Gutierrez 1’37.773
Haas
Row 815. Jolyon Palmer 1’37.935
Renault
16. Marcus Ericsson 1’39.356
Sauber
Row 917. Romain Grosjean 1’38.308
Haas
18. Kevin Magnussen 1’38.317
Renault
Row 1019. Jenson Button 1’38.327
McLaren
20. Pascal Wehrlein 1’38.548
Manor
Row 1121. Felipe Nasr 1’38.583
Sauber
22. Esteban Ocon 1’38.806
Manor

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10 comments on “2016 United States Grand Prix grid”

  1. Kimi’s doing a great job right now. Once again out-qualifying Vettel.

    1. He’ll be a hotshot for next year I think will Raikkonen.

    2. @ultimateuzair – agreed, that contract renewal seemed to have reawaken his talent.

    3. And considering that his racepace is much better than his 1-lap performance, I really would like to see him to challenge the Red Bulls for the last podium position, but looks like Force India is closer to Ferrari than Ferrari to Red Bull this weekend.

  2. This prototype version of the official 2017 mobile app i’ve been given access to that includes live streaming of in-car cameras is nice ;)

    1. Do you need to pay??? If you don’t need then I am downloading one

  3. @krichelle Not publicly available yet, I got given access to it by somebody at FOM & I gather that a select few other fans got notices asking if they wanted to test the app as well over the past few days.

    For those testing it now it’s part of the F1 access subscription service in the app, No idea on what the plan for pricing & availability is next year.

  4. Nice to see no grid penalties, for a change

    1. @biggles209
      Expect a penalty for Palmer, for getting in Button’s way in the final corner.

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