Pilotred bull” Sergio Perez will start from pole position at the next Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
In qualifying, held on Saturday, the Mexican set the fastest time in the third segment (1 minute 28.265 seconds). He was 0.155 ahead of Charles Leclerc on the Ferrari, which at the start of the race will lose 10 places due to the replacement of the electronic box of its car during the weekend.
Third place was taken Fernando Alonso (+0.465), George Russell (+0.592) will start fourth, followed by Carlos Sainz (+0.666 and Lance Stroll (+0.680).
Reigning world champion Max Verstappen, who had previously dominated all three free practice sessions, suffered a gearbox failure during the second segment and finished 15th in qualifying.
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will take place on March 19.
Source : MatchTV
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