Lewis Hamilton Took his maiden pole position in French GP at Circuit Paul Ricard. Hamilton remained sensational and won the pole position for himself. He will be starting from the top position on Sunday. It was a good day for Mercedez as Valtteri Bottas took the second position, the third went Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari. It was true masterclass by Lewis Hamilton as he remained on top of all qualifying races and took his maiden pole at French GP. There is hardly anything to choose between Hamilton and Vettel at the moment in the context of Championship. Vettel is ahead by just 1 point, it Hamilton can keep the pace which he has shown he will be well an truly on the top of F1 Championship. The Final race is on Sunday, Sportsfeista brings complete details of F1 French GP 2018 Final Race Live Stream, Sunday, 06/24/2018, Scheduled & Qualifying Race Results.
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French GP 2018 Live Stream will be available at F1 TV, Formula One App, Tenplay, Fox Sports Australia, TSN GO, RDS GO, RLT, Supersports, beINsports connect, Watch ESPN, Univision Now, ALL 4, BBC Iplayer Radio, Sky Sports, Hotstar app
The live telecast of French Grand Prix 2018 in Canada is on TSN. Star Sports Select/HD will broadcast the race in India. US F1 viewers will need to tune into ABC & ESPN to catch the final race. Sky Sports and Channel 4 will telecast the final race in the United Kingdom. beIN Sports Arabia will telecast the race in the Middle East & North Africa. Australian viewers will be able to watch the race on Network Ten & Fox Sports. Sky Sports will broadcast the race in Ireland, Italy, and Newzealand. French Formula 1 fans will be able to catch the race on Canal+. Fox Sports will telecast the coverage in Asia. In Germany, the race will be on RTL & n-TV
All timings are given in local French Timing which is GMT+2
Pole number 75, and his first in France!
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It was a good day for Mercedes as they took first 2 positions on the grid. Vettel took the third position, 4th and 5 positions taken by Red Bull, last French GP pole winner Kimi Raikkonen will start the race on Sunday from the sixth position. Qualifying did not go well McLaren as both Alonso and Vandoorne failed to make it to top 10. And a set back to Hass as both their cars were doing good before Romain Grosjean crashed in Q3, he will start from 10th position on Sunday. For the first time, Charles Leclerc made it to Q3 and will start from 8th position.
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Vettel: “In the end I’m happy because the car should be good in the race”
Bottas: “It was not a bad lap… I’ve been struggling to get a perfect lap all weekend, but a 1-2 for us is perfect”
Hamilton: “It feels great to be back in France. A great response from the crowd. To be on the front is a great show from the team”
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