Alfa Romeo driver Kimi Raikkonen suffered his second crash of the Italian Grand Prix 2019 weekend. The first one took place during the first practice session in the soggy conditions. This time, the crash took place in the Q3 session on Saturday, where Raikkonen spun and crashed at Parabolica.
As a result, the red flags were brought out, with all but three drivers setting a lap time. Aside from Kimi Raikkonen, Lance Stroll and Alex Albon were yet to bang in an initial time. Now, it seems that the veteran driver will start at the tail of the top 10.
Fortunately for the Red Bull and Racing Point, there were still 6 minutes and 30 seconds left on the clock. So this would given the two drivers plenty of time to set one single flying lap, along with the rest of the top 9.