F1: Verstappen takes his eleventh pole of the season at Interlagos; 'Checo' will start ninth

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The Dutch Max Verstappenthree-time Formula 1 champion, will start in pole position this Sunday in the race of Brazilian Grand Prix, penultimate of the year; For his part, the Mexican Sergio Perez will start ninth. This will be a GP with sprintthis Saturday the sprint shootout and the sprint will be run.

Verstappen, 26, signed his thirty-first pole since he debuted in F1 by covering the 4,309 meters of the São Paulo track in one minute, ten seconds and 727 thousandths, 294 less than the Monegasque Charles Leclercfrom Ferrari, who will be second and the 'Top 3' will be closed by the Canadian Lance Strollby Aston Martin.

Adriano, Brazilian soccer legend, gives recognition to Max Verstappen, after achieving pole position.

The greatest rival of 'Checo' Pérez in the drivers' world championship, Lewis Hamilton, from Mercedes, will be in fifth position during the initial flag. The Mexican takes one 20-point lead in the drivers' championship, prior to the activity of the Brazilian GP. He cannot let any points slip away if he hopes to finish as runner-up at the end of the season.

The qualifying session could not be completed due to the strong rains that fell on the Brazilian circuit. The majority of drivers who reached Q3 failed to complete fast laps before qualifying was interrupted by a Red flag and subsequently cancelled.

Below are all the results of the 'qualy' at Interlagos.

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