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F1 team-mates’ qualifying battles: Miami GP

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After every F1 qualifying session, Motorsport.com publishes each team’s qualifying record in terms of team-mate duels.

This record is based exclusively on qualifying results so that grid penalties don’t alter the statistics.

When a driver can’t put in a representative lap time due to a technical issue or an incident, this will be mentioned in the table.

Red Bull

Max Verstappen

8-0

(6-0 without sprints)

Sergio PErez

1
Bahrain

5

(+0.358s in Q3)

1
 Saudi Arabia

3

(+0.335s in Q3)

1
 Australia

3

(+0.359s in Q3)

1
 Japan

2

(+0.066s in Q3)

4
 China (sprint)

6

(+0.347s in Q3 – rain)

1
 China

2

(+0.322s in Q3)

1
 Miami (sprint)

3

(+0.235s in Q3)

1
 Miami

4

(+0.219s in Q3)

Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton

2-6

(1-5 without sprints)

George Russell

9

(+0.225s in Q3)

Bahrain
3

8

(+0.144s in Q3)

 Saudi Arabia
7

11

(+0.059s in Q2)

 Australia
7

7

 Japan

9

(+0.242s in Q3)

2

 China (sprint)

11

(+0.058s in Q2)

18

(+0.489s in Q1)

 China

8

12

(+0.028s in Q2)

 Miami (sprint)

11

8

(+0.040s in Q3)

 Miami

7

Ferrari

Charles Leclerc

4-3

(3-2 without sprints)

Carlos Sainz

2
Bahrain

4

(+0.100s in Q3)

5

(+0.250s in Q3)

 Australia

2

8

(+0.104s in Q3)

 Japan

4

7

(+0.352s in Q3 – rain)

 China (sprint)

5

6

 China

7

(+0.008s in Q3)

 2

 Miami (sprint)

5

(+0.354s in Q3)

2

 Miami

3

(+0.073s in Q3)

McLaren

Lando Norris

6-2

(5-1 without sprints)

Oscar Piastri

7
Bahrain

8

(+0.069s in Q3)

6

(+0.043s in Q3)

 Saudi Arabia

5

4

 Australia

6

(+0.257s in Q3)

3

 Japan

6

(+0.271s in Q3)

1

 China (sprint)

8
(+3.050s in Q3 – rain)

4

 China

5

(+0.108s in Q3)

9

(+0.311s in Q3)

 Miami (sprint)
6

5

 Miami

6

(+0.081s in Q3)

Aston Martin

Fernando Alonso

5-3

(4-2 without sprints)

Lance Stroll

6
Bahrain

12

(+0.399s in Q2)

4
 Saudi Arabia

10

(+0.726s in Q3)

10

(+0.480s in Q3)

 Australia

9

5

 Japan

16

(+0.770s in Q1)

3

 China (sprint)

15

(+0.558s in Q2)

3

 China

11

(+0.186s in Q2)

8

(+0.044s in Q3)

 Miami (sprint)

7

15

(+0.205s in Q2)

 Miami

11

Alpine

Pierre Gasly

2-6

(1-5 without sprints)

Esteban Ocon

20

(+0.155s in Q1)

Bahrain
19

18

(+0.004s in Q1)

 Saudi Arabia
17

17

(+0.365s in Q1)

 Australia
15

17

(+0.308s in Q1)

 Japan
15

16

 China (sprint)

17

(+0.088s in Q1)

15

(+0.240s in Q2)

 China

13

16

(+0.312s in Q1)

 Miami (sprint)

13

12

 Miami

13

(+0.047s in Q2)

Williams

Alexander Albon

6-1

(5-0 without sprints)

Logan Sargeant

13
Bahrain

18

(+0.373s in Q1)

12
 Saudi Arabia

19

(+0.419s in Q1)

12
 Australia

DNS

14
 Japan

19

(+0.176s in Q1)

18
 China (sprint)

20

(+0.111s in Q1)

14
 China

20

(+0.974s in Q1 – spin)

20

(+0.307s in Q1)

 Miami (sprint)

19

14

 Miami

17

(+0.144s in Q1)

RB

Yuki Tsunoda

5-3

(5-1 without sprints)

Daniel Ricciardo

11
Bahrain

14

(+0.149s in Q2)

9
 Saudi Arabia

14

(+0.461s in Q2)

8
 Australia

18

(+1.297s in Q1)

10
 Japan

11

(+0.055s in Q2)

19

(+0.571s in Q1)

 China (sprint)
14

19

(+0.303s in Q1)

 China
12

15

(no lap time – track limits)

 Miami (sprint)
4

10

 Miami

18

(+0.293s in Q1)

Sauber

Valtteri Bottas

7-1

(6-0 without sprints)

Zhou Guanyu

16
Bahrain

17

(+0.001s in Q1)

16
 Saudi Arabia

(no lap time – crash in FP3)

13
 Australia

20

(+0.848s in Q1)

13
 Japan

20

(+0.541s in Q1)

9
 China (sprint)

10

(+2.493s in Q3 – rain)

10
 China

16

(+0.336s in Q1)

18

(+0.093s in Q1)

 Miami (sprint)

17

16

 Miami

20

(+0.361s in Q1)

Haas

Nico Hulkenberg

5-3

(4-2 without sprints)

Kevin Magnussen

10
Bahrain

15

(+0.678s in Q2)

15

(no lap time – technical issue)

 Saudi Arabia

13

16

(+0.267s in Q1)

 Australia

14

12

 Japan

18

(+0.310s in Q1)

13

(+0.005s in Q2)

 China (sprint)

12

9

 China

17

(+0.448s in Q1)

10

 Miami (sprint)

14

(+0.284s in Q2)

9

 Miami

19

(+0.236s in Q1)

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