In Jeddah, the Red Bull driver will start ahead of Alonso and Russell. Sainz will start from 4th place, Leclerc finished second but the control unit change penalty demoted him ten places to 12th. Verstappen withdrew due to technical problems. The live race tomorrow at 6pm on Sky Sport F1, Sky Sport Uno, in 4K and streaming on NOW
Sergio Perez will start from pole position with Red Bull in the Saudi Arabian GP, the second round of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship. The Mexican, who set a time of 1.28.265, will have Fernando Alonso at his side on the front row , with Aston Martin. Charles Leclerc finished second with Ferrari but the penalty for changing the control unit dropped him ten positions to 12th. Second row for George Russell with Mercedes and Carlos Sainz with Ferrari. Third row for Lance Stroll with the second Aston Martin and Esteban Ocon with the Alpine. The live race tomorrow at 6pm on Sky Sport F1, Sky Sport Uno, in 4K and streaming on NOW
Source: TG 24 Sky
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