Verstappen also elusive in Jeddah: He took a historic pole position, leaving Leclerc behind!


Super start to the season by… Super Max! THE Verstappen keep flying high, doing the 2/2 in pole position since after Bahrain, the Dutch world pilot also took her to Jeddah.

In fact, this was a historic performance in two respects: First, he won his maiden pole position at the Saudi Arabian circuit and secondly, he took the 34th of his career, moving up to 5th place all-time on the relevant list.

Next to him, in the first starting row, will start Charles Leclercwith the Ferrari driver just over three-tenths of a second slower than Verstappen, with the top ten consisting of Sergio Perez, Fernando Alonso, Oscar Piastri, Lando Norris, George Russell, Lewis Hamilton, Yuki Tsunoda and Lance Stroll.

Ferrari’s other driver, Oliver Berman, will start 11th and in his maiden appearance replacing Carlos Sainz (who has appendicitis and needs surgery), failed to make the top ten and will struggle for points in Saturday’s Grand Prix .

Source: Sport Fm

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