How F1 qualifying works?
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F1 qualifying works by each driver taking turns to set the fastest lap time possible. The drivers have two laps to do this, and the one with the quickest time is said to have qualified “on pole position”. The other drivers then line up behind him on the grid in order of their lap times.
Once all the drivers have qualified, the grid is set and the race can begin. However, if there are any changes to the order of the grid before the start of the race (such as a driver being disqualified or crashes during qualifying), then this will be noted and communicated to all drivers before the race begins.