Formula 1, Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, LIVE: Verstappen away and Checo Pérez in pole position, live

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the Mexican pilot Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez (Red Bull) starts first this Sunday at the Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at the Jeddah street circuit, in the second race of the season. The test takes place from 14:00 (Argentina time) at 50 laps, with television from the platform Star+.

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The 33-year-old Guadalajara native set the fastest time in Saturday’s qualifying and led the way after an unexpected setback from his teammate Max Verstappen, two-time world champion. The Dutchman suffered a broken axle shaft during Q2 and will start from 15th position.

Photo: AP / Luca Bruno

Photo: AP / Luca Bruno
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The Mexican barely touches Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), author of the second half, but the Monegasque must penalize ten positions due to the change of drive unit.

The Spaniard thus remained in second position on the starting grid Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin), who is looking for his 100th podium finish in his professional career and a repeat after his strong start in Bahrain.

The rest on the grid will be as follows: George Russell (Ferrari) Carlos Sainz (Ferrari); Lance Stroll (Aston Martin); Esteban Ocon (Alpine).

Further back will be seven-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes); Oscar Piastri (McLaren); Pierre Gasly (Alpine) and Nico Hulkenberg (Haas), .

The other starting places will be for Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo), Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), Kevin Magnussen (Haas), Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) and the current world champion, Mac Verstappen (Red Bull).

Source: Clarin

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