Both Ferraris Knocked Out Of Q2 At Belgian GP

The Ferraris have been struggling all weekend due to a lack of straight-line speed.

Both Ferraris have been knocked out in the second part of qualifying after failing to set a lap time good enough to get them into the top 10.

Charles Leclerc outpaced teammate Sebastian Vettel and will start the Belgian Grand Prix 13th on the grid, while Vettel will start in P14.

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All four cars of the Ferrari-powered customer teams were knocked out in Q1 and will start at the very back of the grid.

Ex-F1 driver Paul Di Resta said that it could’ve been worse for Ferrari and believes the team has a “long road to recovery”.

Lewis Hamilton set the pace in Q2 and is favourite to take pole position in Q3.

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen is also looking strong, though getting on to the front row of the grid might be a long-shot.

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