Red Bulls dominate the Formula 1 Saudi Arabian GP.

Sergio Perez, who started from pole, crossed the finish line of the checkered flag first ahead of teammate Max Verstappen, who had risen from 15th position.

Fernando Alonso completes the podium, third with Aston Martin.

Ferrari had to settle for sixth and seventh place from Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc, both behind the two Mercedes of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton, fourth and fifth respectively.

Verstappen, thanks also to the additional point earned with the best lap, achieved in the last session, consolidates himself at the top of the world standings.


Sergio Perez during the third free practice at the Jeddah Corniche circuit, Saudi Arabia

This was the starting grid: Sergio Perez, on Red Bull, on pole position, alongside Fernando Alonso on the front row, with Aston Martin.

Second row for George Russell with Mercedes and Carlos Sainz with the other Ferrari.

Third row for Lance Stroll with the second Aston Martin and Esteban Ocon with the Alpine.

Charles Leclerc, with Ferrari, who hadfinished in second place, suffers a penalty for changing the control unit and relegates ten positions.

Verstappen started from the 15th pit, due to a mechanical problem with his Red Bull, which forced him to stop during the second session of qualifying, despite the best time.