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Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Confirmed starting grid with penalties applied

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Confirmed starting grid with penalties applied

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Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Confirmed starting grid with penalties applied

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Confirmed starting grid with penalties applied
GPFans Staff

The qualifying result remains unchanged for the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after Max Verstappen escaped his qualifying crash without gearbox damage.

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas locked out the front row of the grid at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit as Mercedes looks to secure the constructors' championship crown ahead of the Abu Dhabi season finale.

Starting directly behind the pair is Verstappen, the Dutchman seeking to claim a first drivers' title by the end of the 50 lap duration. The Red Bull driver had been on course to snatch pole from Hamilton but a locked brake at the final corner put an end to his effort as he clouted the barrier.

Charles Leclerc completes the second row with the second Red Bull of Sergio Perez fifth.

Pierre Gasly again shone to secure sixth with his AlphaTauri team-mate Yuki Tsunoda eighth, the two separated by Lando Norris.

Aston Martin ended the Saturday running most disappointed after both Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll dropped out of the running in Q1. The pair start P17 and 18.

Here is the full grid:

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