Both Ferraris Fail To Make It Into Q3 At Italian GP For First Time Since 1984

The two Ferraris will start the Italian GP in 13th and 17th position.

The two Ferraris have been knocked out of the Italian GP before Q3 for the first time since 1984.

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel was knocked out in the first part of qualifying for the 2020 Italian Grand Prix after catching traffic on his last flying lap of the session.

Specifically, Vettel was hampered as a result of being right behind the Williams of George Russell.

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The four-time World Champion will start tomorrow’s race 17th on the grid.

Other drivers, including Kimi Raikkonen and Alex Albon, were also compromised in their last run of Q1 but had already set a lap time good enough to make it into Q2.

Meanwhile, teammate Charles Leclerc was knocked out in Q2 and will start 13th on the grid.

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