F1 Bahrain GP: Verstappen beats Leclerc to first pole of 2024


The reigning champion had taken a back seat during the opening two stages of qualifying but, when it came down to Q3, he set a demanding benchmark of a 1m29.421s – and then beat his own effort amid the final runs to settle on a 1m29.179s.This was slower than Leclerc’s time from Q2, but the Monegasque was unable to replicate that effort in the final runs of the Q3 session, and could only manage a …Keep reading Source

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