July 1, 2022

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Formula 1 ranking today |  Carlos Sainz scores the fastest lap of the second quarter live

Formula 1 ranking today | Carlos Sainz scores the fastest lap of the second quarter live

11- Lando Norris

12. Daniel Ricciardo

13. Guanyu Zhoe

14. Mick Schumacher

15. Lance Stroll

16- Lewis Hamilton

17. Alexandar Albon

18- Nico Hulkenberg

19. Nicholas Latifi

20- Yuki Tsunoda

Implementation of the suspended network for future sanctions begins

Formula 1 decides to reissue the images of the Mick Schumacher accident, in which the pilot loses a corner at the exit of Turn 12 and ends up hitting a wall.

On the other hand, it was confirmed that Mick Schumacher was taken by helicopter to the hospital. As reported by F1, Schumacher will complete his medical there.

Sergio Perez is in second place. Max Verstappen III.

16- Lewis Hamilton

17. Alexandar Albon

18- Nico Hulkenberg

19. Nicholas Latifi

20- Yuki Tsunoda

Implementation of the suspended network for future sanctions begins

^ Lewis Hamilton fell to 16th. Hamilton’s eye outside the cut! George Russell, his teammate, is fourth.

Carlos Sainz climbed to pole position in the first qualifying round for the Saudi F1 GP with a time of 1’28.855. Charles Leclerc, second, +0.184 behind his teammate.

Formula 1 show starts in Jeddah!!

Monaco Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), ahead of Dutchman Max Verstappen and Mexican Sergio Perez, Red Bull drivers, provided the third and last free training for the Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia, and the second in the Formula 1 World Championship, where the Spaniard Carlos Sainz, his first colleague in “Scuderia” And Fernando Alonso (Alpine), the fourth and ninth consecutive times.

In his 23 best laps, Leclerc – in a soft tyre, with which everyone set their best times – covered the 6,145 meters of Jeddah Technical Circuit – with long straights and 27 curves, many of them fast – in one minute, 29 seconds and 735 milliseconds, just 33 less than Verstappen who gave 12, and 98 less than Checo who gave 16; In a session Sainz of Madrid hit 22 times and took fourth place with 274 ppt.

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) was also the fastest this Friday in the second free practice of the Formula 1 race for Saudi Arabia, at the Jeddah Street Circuit, where Spaniard Carlos Sainz – his former partner – and Fernando Alonso (Alpine) finished third and eleventh. Mexico’s Sergio Perez (Red Bull) is fourth.

Leclerc, who ended the session early, damaged the left front of his car by crashing – without incident – into a wall of the world’s fastest urban circuit.

Monaco’s Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), the championship leader, set the fastest time this Friday in the first free practice of the Grand Prix of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the second of the Formula 1 World Championship, which is held at the Jeddah Street circuit, on the banks of the Red Sea. Spaniards Carlos Sainz – partner of the first – and Fernando Alonso (Alpine) finished fourth and tenth in the schedule.
In his best 16 laps, Leclerc cut 6,175 meters off the Jeddah track, on a soft tire, at 1’30,772, 116 short of Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull), the last world champion, who made 23 and was the only one to set his fastest lap with solid compound; In a session in which Finn Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) signed for the third time, 312th of Monaco, and his Real Madrid colleague Sainz was second last Sunday in Bahrain, who turned thirteen times, in fourth place, 367.The drivers competing in the Formula 1 world championship gathered until after 2 a.m. on Saturday to find out whether or not they would compete in the Saudi F1 GP following a missile attack by Houthi rebels in Yemen, which hit an oil facility. Close to the Jeddah Circuit by about 15 kilometers, the venue of the second round of the championship;

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before they confirm that they will


● Department name: Jeddah Corniche Circuit

● Length: 6174 km

● Racing distance: 50 laps (308.45 km)

● Curves: 11, left – 16, right

● Fastest lap record: Lewis Hamilton, 1’30.734 (2021)

The other Spaniard, Asturian double world champion Fernando Alonso (Alpine), finished ninth in Sakhir – having previously (2005, 2006 and 2010) notched three of his 32 F1 victories – and hopes to continue his lead this weekend in the prix. Greater Saudi Arabia, where last year failed to register.

In the race, “Checo” scored no points in the penultimate race of that course. Hamilton won that day ahead of Verstappen. And Sainz – whose renewal with Scuderia (presumably until 2024, the year Leclerc signed his contract) just needs to become official – is back from 15th to 8th.

Adel Sainz the best position in his career in Bahrain, the second he achieved in Monza (Italy) with McLaren, in 2020; Which he repeated last year – his first appearance with “Scuderia” – in Monaco.

The driver from Madrid, however, was not happy on the podium at Sakhir, stating that he hadn’t been entirely comfortable over the weekend – “the worst” since he’s driven Ferrari, he said – which, however, went from less to more. Nevertheless, he can draw a very positive reading: that he drives a winning car. which Ferrari “double” signed again; Two and a half years after his most recent victory: the victory by German Sebastian Vettel (now at Aston Martin), in 2019 and in Singapore, ahead of Leclerc.

Aston Martin Aramco Mercedes

William Mercedes

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McLaren Mercedes

Red Bull Racing RBPT

Haas and Alfa Romeo are pushing their Ferrari-engined single-seaters – on paper better adapted to new fuels, with lower levels of ethanol – at the World Cup as new regulations alter car design; And everyone still recognizes these – heavier ones – and the new ones – the larger diameter, which went from 13 to 18 inches – whose management is also clearly generating new unknowns. Which would be even bigger on a track where he raced Formula One just four months ago.

Mike Schumacher

Lance’s Outing

Alexander Albin

Daniel Ricciardo

Lando Norris

Nicholas Latifi

Nico Hulkenberg

Sergio Perez

Max Verstappen

Eight laps in which he never failed to win the F1 Constructors’ World Cup; And just last season he had to ditch the Pilots, who took the ‘Mad Max’ by displacing seven-times English champion Lewis Hamilton.

in the World Championships undecided until the final round of the last race, in Abu Dhabi; And it ended like a rosary of dawn, with two (disapproved) claims from the German team, considering the erratic performance on the safety car circuit that determined the score, in favor of the new Dutch racing idol. That decided the competition in Yas Marina.
Without detracting from the team led by Mattia Binotto, Ferrari was also unharmed by the recent disaster for Red Bulls in Bahrain: Dutchman Max Verstappen, last year’s world champion, had to retire on the penultimate lap, when he was second. ; And fellow Mexican Sergio Perez – fourth at the last World Cup – had the same (bad) luck on the last lap, when he was running third.Ferrari came back through the front door. At the 2022 World Cup premiere,

The red cars did a great double

, with Charles Leclerc winning and second place for Carlos Sainz, after beating champion Max Verstappen on the track, who ended up retiring due to a breakdown. This is Ferrari’s first win since Singapore 2019, 46 major races ahead, at the same time as its last two wins, with Vettel and Leclerc.

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Those from Scuderia will be, on paper, single-seat ones to conquer the shores of the Red Sea, which floods Jeddah: this year’s second race venue, again at night, on the city circuit – the world’s fastest, premiered last year – 6,175 metres.

Jeddah is the second longest track in the championship after Spa-Francorchamps, which hosts the Belgian Grand Prix (7004 metres). A very technical track, with 27 corners (16 left), many of which are fast; Which is scheduled on Sunday to give 50 laps to complete the 308.7 kilometer route.

Ferrari, the most successful team in Formula 1, which last Sunday celebrated a “double” in Bahrain, will be shown for the first time this weekend, at the Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia, their leadership: the Monaco Charles Leclerc, in the World Drivers’ Championship; And the one that he occupies with the Spaniard Carlos Sainz in the constructors’ championship.

The qualifying session for the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Saudi Arabia, which will be held at the Jeddah Circuit, will take place at 6:00 pm (Spanish time).

At night, concern for Grand Prix security ran until dawn, when the team managers’, drivers’ and F1’s meetings came to an end. The President of the International Automobile Federation, Mohammed bin Sulayem, also ensured the safety of the continuation of the second round of the World Cup.

Today, Friday, Houthi rebels in Yemen launched dozens of missile and drone attacks on the facilities of the Saudi state oil company Aramco in the interior of the country, ten kilometers from the Formula 1 circuit.

The Saudi Grand Prix, the second round of the Formula 1 world championship, will continue its program this weekend after a long Friday of meetings due to attacks a few kilometers from the circuit, in the free training day dominated by Charles Leclerc. (Ferrari).

After Monegasque closed the second round on top, F1 representatives gathered for various meetings for more than four hours with the possibility of hanging the Grand Prix on the table. And also at night, as Ferrari hopes to confirm the candidacy it has officially submitted in Bahrain, in which Red Bull is participating. And Mercedes arrived forced to respond and improve, respectively.