Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2024

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Tsunoda lands pole for F2 Feature Race

Yuki Tsunoda captured pole position this evening for the last Feature Race of the 2020 Formula 2 season.

Tsunoda registered a fastest lap of 1min 02.676secs in F2’s 30-minute Qualifying session around BIC’s 3.543-kilometre Outer Track.



It was his fourth pole of the season with his team Carlin, and it earned him four crucial points on the drivers’ championship standings.

Tsunoda was a mere 0.122s quicker than Hitech Grand Prix’s Nikita Mazepin, who took the other front row position on the grid. Carlin teammate Jehan Daruvala and Prema Racing’s Robert Shwartzman will start on row two, while the top eight is completed by Felipe Drugovich of MP Motorsport, Christian Lundgaard of ART Grand Prix, Artem Markelov of BWT HWA Racelab, and Dan Ticktum of Dams.



The session was suspended with around four minutes to go after Hitech’s Luca Ghiotto spun off and stopped in the run-off area.

After the re-start, championship leader Mick Schumacher of Prema and Roy Nissany of Trident collided in the session’s closing moments, with Nissany running over the back of Schumacher’s car. That left them having to settle for 18th and 19th on the grid for tomorrow’s 48-lap Feature Race, which is scheduled for a 3.10pm start.