GP Saudi Arabia: Lewis Hamilton just forward of Max Verstappen in first F1

By James Galloway

GP Saudi Arabia: Lewis Hamilton just forward of Max Verstappen in first    F1

Lewis Hamilton made the fastest start in The girl from Formula 1 practice session on the brand-new Jeddah street circuit – but Max Verstappen finished just behind – at the start of the penultimate of the season round in Saudi Arabia.

Lewis Hamilton made the fastest start in The girl from Formula 1 practice session on the brand-new Jeddah street circuit – but Max Verstappen finished just behind – at the start of the penultimate of the season round in Saudi Arabia.

Mercedes are considered favorites for seen the this weekend power-sensitive nature of the narrow but wide path and the world champions finished at head of the timesheet with Hamilton’s early benchmark for the 27-corner layout of 1:29.786

But Verstappen had the early race led for Red Bull when? on the hardest band and with to be final round of the session moved in 0.056s of his title rival.

Driving on board with Rob Shwartzman for a lap around our newest addition to the calendar, the Jeddah Corniche Circuit!

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Driving on board with Rob Shwartzman for a lap around our newest addition to the calendar, the Jeddah Corniche Circuit!

Driving on board with Rob Shwartzman for a lap around our newest addition to the calendar, the Jeddah Corniche Circuit!

Verstappen leads Hamilton met eight points in the standings and was able to take his first title on Sunday, although requires a big 18-point swing in his favor to avoid An showdown with the sevenfold world champion next week in Abu Dhabi.

Valtteri Bottas, who described the track as “fun” over team radio, was the third fastest ahead of AlphaTauri’s ever-impressive Pierre Gasly and Antonio Giovinazzi, a surprising top-five finisher for Alfa Romeo.

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