Charles Leclerc has taken pole position for the Las Vegas Grand Prix with a time of 1:32.726s, just 0.044s ahead
Due to a ten-place grid penalty, Sainz will start the GP from a lower position. As a result, Max Verstappen, who finished third in qualifying, will now start from the front row of the grid. George Russell achieved an impressive fourth place in his Mercedes, while Pierre Gasly had a strong performance in his Alpine, securing the fifth fastest time. Williams had a noteworthy achievement with both of their cars making it into the top-10 shootout for only the second time this season, with Alex Albon finishing sixth and Logan Sargeant seventh. Valtteri Bottas continued to demonstrate his speed in his Alfa Romeo, securing the eighth fastest time, followed by Kevin Magnussen in ninth place for Haas. The top-10 was completed by Fernando Alonso representing Aston Martin. For the full qualifying results, please refer to the review below.