Qualifying Format Explained
Each team must designate two drivers to take part in the qualifying session.
The two drivers from each crew must each set at least one timed lap during qualifying. The average of the two best lap times (the best from each driver) will serve as the reference time for establishing the grid.
Each qualifying session lasts for 20 minutes and includes a pit stop to change driver. The timing screens show the overall classification for the session and the average/combined best time is shown in the ‘AVERAGE’ column.
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