After the conclusion of the second triple-header of the season, the Formula 1 paddock move towards the Sochi Autodrom for the Russian Grand Prix.
So let's take a look at the winners and losers that emerged from the qualifying of the Russian Grand Prix.
After recently securing 1-2 for McLaren at Monza, Lando Norris has now claimed his first-ever career pole position and the Woking-based team first pole since 2012. The young Briton finished roughly half a second up on the second-placed Carlos Sainz.
Lewis Hamilton was on provisional pole going into the final laps of Q3, but the seven-time champion then hit the pit wall as he came in to change for soft tires. And on his final lap, the Briton failed to improve his time as he spun, securing P4.
Carlos Sainz grabbed his first front-row qualifying for the Scuderia Ferrari and also became the first Spanish driver to do so in F1 since Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard is set to duel his former teammate, Lando Norris, off the start line on Sunday.
After securing P4 in Q1, Sebastian Vettel got knocked out of Q2. The four-time world champion was not on a flying lap when the chequered flag came out, as he missed the cut behind Carlos Sainz by 0.052 seconds.
It was yet another outstanding qualifying for Mr. Saturday as George Russell secured his second top-three start in four races. The young Briton has already out-qualified his future teammate, Lewis Hamilton, on two occasions.