Formula 1 stars race at the Jeddah Corniche circuit

Today, Friday, the city of Jeddah witnesses a historic event with the launch of the Saudi Grand Prix STC, with prove free, in the presence of some personalities, on the Jeddah Corniche circuit, considered the fastest and longest circuit in the world, while the Minister of Sports Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal inspected the circuit yesterday, accompanied by an agent. information, Dr. Rajaa Allah Al-Sulami, informed His Highness on the smallest details.

20 pilots are in competition for the title of drivers and constructors, as the drivers represent 10 teams that have come to Jeddah, to enter the fight for the first place.

At the end of the last round (Round 20), which recently concluded in the Qatari capital Doha, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in led the driver standings, followed by Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes, who finished second, while his teammate Valtteri Bottas. Third place, the rest of the contestants are ranked as follows:

Fourth place: Red Bull driver Sergio Perez.

Fifth place: McLaren driver Lando Norris.

Sixth place: Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc.

Seventh place: Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz.

Eighth place: McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo.

Ninth place: Pierre Gasly, Alpha Tauri driver.

10th place: Alpine driver Fernando Alonso.

11th place: Esteban Ocon Alpine rider.

12th place: Sebastian Vettel, Aston Martin driver.

13th place: Lance Stroll, Aston Martin driver.

14th place: Alpha Tauri driver Yuki Tsunoda.

15th place: Williams driver George Russell.

16th place: Alfa Romeo driver Kimi Raikkonen.

17th place: Williams driver Nicholas Latifi.

18th place: Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi.

19th place: Haas driver Mick Schumacher.

20th place: Haas driver Nikita Mazepin.

Mercedes leads the ranking of team, while Red Bull Racing comes in second, then Ferrari, McLaren, Alpine, Alfa Tauri, Aston Martin, Williams, Alfa Romeo and Haas come last.

It is noteworthy that yesterday, Thursday, the arrival of the pilots in Jeddah was completed, in preparation for access to the preliminary stages and the prove performance, starting today.

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