Sergio Perez takes maiden pole

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Saudi Arabia GP Live: Sergio Perez takes pole position as Ferrari will look to continue their dominance: Sergio Perez, the Red Bull driver has taken the pole position for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2022. Charles Leclerc is second with his fellow team-mate Carlos Sainz in the third spot. Max Verstappen settles for a fourth spot finish and Lewis Hamilton reeling back in the sixteenth position. Followย Formula 1 and Saudi Arabia GP Live Updates on InsideSport.IN.

Sergio Perez, who has never started on the pole position will now lead in the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix. He had set a lap time of 1m28.200s. Charles Leclerc who is second had set a lap time of 1m28.225s.

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Carlos Sainz who has settled for a third spot set a lap time of 1m28.402s. Meanwhile, the reigning Formula 1 champion, Max Verstappen finished fourth. Max had set a lap time of 1m28.461s.

The big disappointment of the qualifying session came in the form of Lewis Hamilton. Lewis was eliminated after the Q1 session. It will be the Britโ€™s worst-ever start since the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix.

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Saudi Arabia GP Live: Lewis Hamilton was eliminated after the Q1 session.

Mercedes are literally struggling to find real pace throughout the whole weekend. However, the newly joined driver for Mercedes, George Russell settles for a P6 finish. It looks like George isnโ€™t struggling that much in comparison to his teammate Lewis Hamilton.

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Kevin Magnussen again finds himself in the tenth spot. Since his return to the paddock, Kevin has really shown signs that he belongs in the F1 scene. The Veteran Fernando Alonso had a good outing as he settles for a P7 finish.

Nicholas Latifi had a crash in the Q2 session. Later on, Mick Schumacher had a huge crash in the Q2 session at Turn 12. Thankfully Mick is completely fine and was taken to the hospital for further checks.

Both the McLaren drivers again struggled as Norris finished eleventh and Ricciardo twelfth. They were struggling throughout the weekend as they did in Bahrain Grand Prix.

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