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Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, Qualifying: Statement of the Top Three

Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, Qualifying: Statement of the Top Three

After last year, Sergio Perez took the lead again in Jeddah. The second fastest lap was run by Charles Leclerc, but he would have to start from the middle due to an engine change penalty. In third place was Fernando Alonso, who will be able to start the race on the front row tomorrow – let’s see how the three rated themselves after qualifying!

Sergio Perez (Red Bull) – 1st place

“The time trial and Q3 were tough as well. Unfortunately, the second fast lap didn’t lay out well. The first, thank God, ran well, was decent. It was a good lap and I could feel how much the car came back to life under me on the racetrack.” This. It was very important to have a good run. I was a bit scared when I saw Max (Verstappen)’s technical fault. It’s a shame because he’s had a very strong performance all weekend. I’m sure both cars will be in front tomorrow. You don’t You never know with these cars, problems can come at the worst possible time.”

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) – 2nd place

“I’m happy and I’m not. I’m happy with my nails because they turned out really good. I gave it my all, I drove at the limit, but Red Bull is another level. They are on another planet. And we struggle a bit. We still have to work hard, but The whole team is doing it, and we’re moving on. Tomorrow’s race won’t be easy, because I’m going to get 10 penalties right. I’m going to start again a little bit. We’re already focused on the race and I’m confident I’ll be on the start soon. The pace of the race looks good, but it’s hard to compare “I’m going with the others because everyone did a different program in the second practice. Still, I think we’re pretty close. But now it looks like our longer stage is really better.”

Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) – 3rd place

“It’s been a great weekend so far! Qualifying was our weak point in Bahrain, but today the car did really well in one lap as well. We’ll see what we do in the race tomorrow. Charles gets a penalty, so I’m going to start on the front row, which is amazing. The long stage went well, our car handled the tires well, and with a fairly strong racing pace. Sunday is better than Saturday.

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