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Verstappen secured pole at the start in Bahrain

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The Dutch Red Bull driver set the best time on Saturday on the circuit in Sakhir in 1:29:708 minutes and will therefore start at the front in the Grand Prix on Sunday (4 p.m./live ServusTV and Sky). Team-mate Sergio Perez (+0.138s) is also on the front row, followed by Ferrari duo Charles Leclerc (+0.292) and Carlos Sainz (+0.446).

Veteran Fernando Alonso, the 41-year-old is starting his 20th F1 season, placed fifth in the Aston Martin (+0.628), just ahead of the two Mercedes cars driven by George Russell (+0.632) and Lewis Hamilton (+0.676). ).

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Williams rookie Logan Sargeant had some bad luck. The 22-year-old American drove the same time as McLaren driver Lando Norris in the first session, but did not make it into the top 15 in 16th place because Norris had completed his lap earlier. The other rookies also failed early, the Australian Oscar Piastri finished 18th in the second McLaren, directly ahead of the Dutchman Nyck de Vries in the AlphaTauri.

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