Kimi Räikkönen will start first for 2007 European Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton suffers a crash
Topics: European Grand Prix, Kimi Räikkönen, Lewis Hamilton
July 21, 2007
Ferrari driver Kimi Räikkönen won the pole on the FIA Formula-1 2007 European Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany.
Kimi's rival Fernando Alonso split the two Ferraris and will start between Kimi and Felipe Massa.
Lewis Hamilton suffered a serious crash in the third qualifying session after his tire broke in Schumacher's S-curve and he found himself out of the track running at a tangent to the safety wall. Race officials confirmed that Lewis had been "conscious and speaking". Still, there are reasonable doubts about his fitness for the race Sunday.
BMW Sauber team drivers 4th and 5th, Mark Webber from Red Bull-Renault 6th, Heikki Kovalainen from Renault 7th and Toyota's 8th and 9th.
Before this incident Lewis was fifth, but dropped two the tenth place and will probably lose more with the car change if he'll participate in the race. It seemes that his incretible series of 9 consecutive pole finishes have come to an end.
The race will feature Marcus Winkelhock, the German driver replacing Christijan Albers in Spyker.
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