Verstappen beats Leclerc by just 0.5s in epic Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
Red Bull’s Max VerstappenMax Verstappen (No 1 as 2021 World Champion, otherwise No 33) is a Belgium born F1 driver, racing under a... There's more... won an epic battle over Charles LeclercCharles Leclerc (No 16) is a Monaco born F1 driver, racing under a Monocasque licence and contracted to Scuderia Ferrari.... There's more... in Saudi Arabia with Carlos SainzCarlos Sainz (No 55) is a Spanish born F1 driver contracted to Scuderia Ferrari. For more on Carlos, visit our... There's more... completing the podiumPodium is the name of the platform that is used for the prizegiving ceremony following the race. Prizes are awarded... There's more... behind his FerrariScuderia Ferrari S.p.A. is the racing division of luxury Italian auto manufacturer Ferrari based in Marinello, Italy The 2022 Ferrari... There's more... team mate – as pole-sitter Sergio PerezSergio (Checo) Perez (No 11) is a Mexican born F1 driver, racing under a Mexican licence and contracted to Red... There's more... had to settle for fourth after pitting just before a pivotal Safety CarThe FIA runs the event and is responsible for the safety of the drivers, crew, marshals and spectators. To manage....
Perez led until Lap 16, when a flash of Ferrari mechanicsThe guys and girls we see attending to the car during a Grand Prix weekend. They are in charge of... There's more... perhaps triggered Red BullRed Bull Racing, also simply known as Red Bull or RBR and competing as Oracle Red Bull Racing in 2022,... There's more... into an early pit stop. That proved to be unfortunate; Williams’ Nicholas LatifiNicholas Latifi (No 6) is a Canadian-born, F1 driver contracted to Williams Racing in 2022. Read more on Nicholas on... There's more... crashed at the final cornerIn formula 1, a corner is much more than a turn on the track, it is a considered and deliberate... There's more... on the next lap and triggered a VSCThe VSC (Virtual Safety Car) is a system to slow the cars down to a safe speed while the problem... There's more... then Safety Car, with Leclerc, Verstappen and Sainz capitalising.
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