The Japanese driver snatched pole in the dying stages at Sochi, just 0.006s ahead of the Indian driver, as Carlin secured the first front-row lockout in F2 qualifying since UNI-Virtuosi did at Silverstone in July 2019.

 

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The Carlin duo looked untouchable around Sochi, taking first and second in the early stages, and they never relinquished the positions. Daruvala dominated the majority, going 0.2s faster than his team mate at the end of the first stint.

Jehan Daruvala led nearly the entirety of Formula 2 qualifying, but it was his fellow Red Bull junior, and Carlin team mate, Yuki Tsunoda, who got the job done when it counted
Championship leader Mick Schumacher starts third on the grid on Saturday, his rival Callum Ilott fourth

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