Red Bull driver Max Verstappen won qualifying for the Abu Dhabi (UAE) Grand Prix. The two-time Formula 1 World Champion will start the last race of the season from pole position. The Dutchman beat the competition by 0.234 seconds and more.
While the World Cup decision in favor of Verstappen has long been made, the duel for second place in the World Cup between Sergio Perez (Red Bull) and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) is eagerly awaited – both are tied in terms of points. Thanks to second place in qualifying, Perez has a slight advantage, but Leclerc follows directly behind.
You can watch the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live on Sunday from 1:20 p.m. on SRF zwei and in the SRF Sport App.
No Alfa driver in Q3
Sebastian Vettel in the Aston Martin also has a good starting position for points in his last Formula 1 race. The German will start from 9th place on Sunday.
However, the drivers from Alfa Romeo did not make it into the third qualifying session of the top 10. Zhou Guanyu was 15th, Valtteri Bottas started the race from 18th on the grid.
SRF info, sportlive, November 19, 2022, 2:55 p.m.; men
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