Australian Grand Prix Qualifying F1 2016 Live Streaming: Mercedes’s Levis Hamilton has proved himself the champion of Australian Open events with no doubt after the recent match on Friday. Australian Grand Prix’s first two practice sessions were ruled up by Hamilton only and proved himself as the most electric driver. (watch: India vs Pakistan WT20.)
Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg and Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo along with Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen were also good in performance during the practice session.
The negative for Hamilton was, his mate Nico Rosberg met a crash during second practice. Although getting not affected by the collision, he has posed a bigger challenge and taken to Australian Grand Prix qualifying session.
Australian Grand Prix Qualifying F1 2016 Live Streaming
There will be a total of three qualifying rounds in Australian Grand Prix. The first, second and third round will cover 16, 15 and 14 minutes each, and motorists will be dropped subsequently in each of the successive rounds.
Australian Grand Prix Qualifying session timing: 5 p.m. local time, 11:30 a.m. IST, 6 a.m. GMT.
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F1 Qualifying Tournaments
- Q1 – Twenty Two Drivers
- Q2 – 15 Fastest drivers of the 22 participated in Q1
- Q3 – Eight top chart driver who are going to compete for the ultimate trophy.
Elimination time – 90 Seconds for each driver in every round. The two drivers in the tail would compete for ultimate F1 Trophy
The new format could be blessing for one set of players and a curse for another; dependency is entirely on luck and performance. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, whose fastest lap read 1m 40.761s in practice, believes the new qualifying method might lead to chaos, initially.
He said, according to F1 Official Website “The fact that nobody knows how it (qualifying) will be in reality is not a very positive situation as it brings a bit of confusion. But now we all have to deal with it and late Saturday afternoon we will know if it works. What I do hope is that at the end of qualifying it’s still the fastest driver who is on pole position. That is, in the end, all that matters – in the interests of the sport,”