Hungarian GP: Provisional starting grid

Mercedes team locks out the first row, with Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo behind them.

Hungarian GP: Provisional starting grid
F1 - Hungarian GP - Starting Grid
    
01   L. Hamilton
  Mercedes
   
    02   N. Rosberg
  Mercedes
03   S. Vettel
  Ferrari
   
    04   D. Ricciardo
  Red Bull
05   K. Raikkonen
  Ferrari
   
    06   V. Bottas
  Williams
07   D. Kvyat
  Red Bull
   
    08   F. Massa
  Williams
09   M. Verstappen
  Toro Rosso
   
    10   R. Grosjean
  Lotus
11   N. Hulkenberg
  Force India
   
    12   C. Sainz
  Toro Rosso
13   S. Perez
  Force India
   
    14   P. Maldonado
  Lotus
15   F. Alonso
  McLaren
   
    16   J. Button
  McLaren
17   M. Ericsson
  Sauber
   
    18   F. Nasr
  Sauber
19   R. Merhi
  Manor
   
    20   W. Stevens
  Manor
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