26 October 2019 18:39
It's likely to be a Ferrari on pole, but which one? Vettel was the quickest of the two last time out but Leclerc took four pole positions in a row before. He's a fine qualifier and has generally had the measure of Vettel in qualifying after the first few rounds of the season. Can Red Bull get in amongst it? Verstappen has won here the past two years but can Albon challenge him?
I think, after qualifying with a time exactly the same as the Dutchman in Japan, I reckon Albon will be at least four tenths behind him this time. Mercedes? I think three or four tenths off pole. You have now reached your limit of 15 stories this month. Register for free and continue reading - or Start Your Free Trial and get unlimited access.