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2015 F1

Russian GP – Starting Line-up Grid



Round 15 of 19 and the 2015 Formula 1 world championship, Nico Rosberg has claimed pole for the Russian Grand Prix, heading another Mercedes front row lockout. Championship leader Lewis Hamilton made a mistake on his final attempt, aborting the lap and consigning himself to second on the grid.

*Roberto Merhi – 20 Place grid penalty,Unscheduled changes

**Fernando Alonso – 35 Place grid penalty,Unscheduled changes

****Did not set a time, stewards permitted to race

       Row 1

1. Nico Rosberg

1’37.113 - Mercedes

2. Lewis Hamilton

1’37.433 - Mercedes
       Row 2

3. Valtteri Bottas

1’37.912 - Williams

4. Sebastian Vettel

1’37.965 - Ferrari
       Row 3

5. Kimi Raikkonen

1’38.348 - Ferrari

6. Nico Hulkenberg

1’38.659 - Force India
       Row 4

7. Sergio Perez

1’38.691 - Force India

8. Romain Grosjean

1’38.787 - Lotus
       Row 5

9. Max Verstappen

1’38.924 - Toro Rosso

10. Daniel Ricciardo

1’39.728 - Red Bull
       Row 6

11. Daniil Kvyat

1’39.214 - Red Bull

12. Felipe Nasr

1’39.323 - Sauber
       Row 7

13. Jenson Button

1’39.700 - McLaren

14. Pastor Maldonado

1’39.811 - Lotus
       Row 8

15. Felipe Massa

1’39.895 - Williams

16. Marcus Ericsson

1’40.660 - Sauber
       Row 9

17. Will Stevens

1’43.693 - Manor

18. Roberto Merhi*

1’43.804 - Manor
       Row 10

19. Fernando Alonso**

1’40.144 - McLaren

20. Carlos Sainz Jnr***

No time - Toro Rosso


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