• Perez on pole in Jeddah after Verstappen driveshaft failure

    Il y a 5 jours - Par F1i

    For the second year in a row, Sergio Perez repeated his achievement of taking pole for the Saudi Arabia - after a shock driveshaft failure sidelined his Red Bull team mate Max Verstappen, who had headed all three practice sessions.
    Charles Leclerc pipped Fernando Alonso to the runners-up spot but the Ferrari will start ten places back due to a penalty for taking new engine components, promoting the Aston Martin back to the front row for Sunday's race.
    Mercedes' George Russell and Ferrari's Carlos Sainz were best of the rest, while Lando Norris and Logan Sargeant missed the cut at the end...
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  • Verstappen and Perez blitz the field in FP3 in Jeddah

    Verstappen and Perez blitz the field in FP3 in Jeddah

    Il y a 5 jours - Par F1i

    There was no disputing Red Bull's hegemony in Saturday's final practice session in Jeddah, with Max Verstappen concluding FP3 nearly one full second ahead of the field.
    Verstappen edged teammate Sergio Perez by 0.613s, but Fernando Alonso's Aston Martin was 0.998s adrift, the Spaniard clocking in just ahead of his combative teammate Lance Stroll.
    Completing the top five, Lewis Hamilton offered a bit of hope to Mercedes that the Brackley squad can lead the midfield charge in qualifying this evening.
    Saudi Arabian GP Free Practice 3 - Results
    Once again, the standard "irrelevant session...
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