For the first time in his career, Kevin Magnussen topped Formula 1 qualifying and will start the Brazilian Grand Prix Sprint race from Pole Position.
With the rain falling at Interlagos in a stop/start fashion, the start of Q3 was dry, with Haas driver Magnussen leading the charge out of the pitlane.
The Dane secured Pole when George Russell spun out and caused a red flag, during which time the rain began to fall meaning the #20 secured P1.
He is officially credited with Pole Position, although to start P1 in the race, Magnussen must win the Sprint race.
He is joined on the front row by Max Verstappen, with Lewis Hamilton in seventh and Charles Leclerc in ninth after a Ferrari strategy blunder.
Full results from qualifying for the 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix sprint race are available below.
Result Qualification - Brazilian
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