Leclerc: Ferrari ‘lost rhythm’ to beat Verstappen to Bahrain F1 pole


Three-time world champion Verstappen will begin his title defence from first place on the grid in Sakhir after his 1min29.179s final flying lap eclipsed main threat Leclerc by 0.228s.Leclerc’s session-topping Q2 run, a 1m29.165s, would have been quick enough to deny Verstappen the top spot. However, the Ferrari driver dropped time during the final sector in Q3.The Monegasque put this down to …Keep reading Source

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