Results qualifying Formula 1 GP Portugal 2020

Many laps on any compound was the motto in qualifying. Lewis Hamilton took pole position at the last minute and that on the medium tires. Valtteri Bottas (medium) joined P2, ahead of Max Verstappen (softs).

Alexander Albon trained to sixth fastest time, half a second from his teammate. Hamilton, Bottas and Leclerc are the three drivers who managed to survive Q2 on medium tires and who will therefore also start the race tomorrow on medium tires.

View the full results of qualifying for the Grand Prix of Portugal below.

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