From the polar position Hamilton and Verstappen will finish third in Arabia
Seven-time England world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) It will start first this Sunday at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Twenty-first and final Formula One World Championship, It takes place in the urban perimeter of Jeddah; There the championship leader, the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – 8-point advantage over previous- Starting third.
Hamilton crossed the Jeddah track’s 6,175 meters in one minute, 27 seconds and 511 thousand, 111 less than his teammate Voltaire Potas, raising his own all-time F1 pole record to 103. 142 Presence than Verstappen, Monacos is the third-place finisher next to Charles LeClerk (Ferrari) in the second row. The Dutchman put Butt in danger on his last attempt and ended up banging on the wall, missing any chance to overcome Mercedes, who took the front row.
Mexican Sergio Perez, the World Cup-leading Red Bull player, will start fifth with Frenchman Pierre Casley (Alpha Toure) in the third row.
Englishman Lando Norris (McLaren), the only one in the top ten, will face the race with a softer tire instead of the middle tire – used in Q2, second in three qualifying rounds – to start in seventh. Jetta’s roundabout, next to the other Alpha Touri, by Yuki Sunoda of Japan.
From the fifth row, Frenchman Estபphen O’Connor (Alpine) and Italian Antonio Giovinaci (Alfa Romeo) finished ninth and tenth, respectively.
Spain’s Fernando Alonso (Alpine) and Carlos Sains (Ferrari) were eliminated in Q2. The Asturian doubles world champion will start in thirteenth place, two places ahead of the talented Madrid driver, lost control of his Ferrari, spun and made a great save, he will lose all options in his last attempt. Curves.
This Sunday’s race, scheduled for 50 laps – 308.7 km, will begin at 8:30 pm and 6:30 pm on the Spanish Peninsula (17:30 GMT).