Formula 1: Max Verstappen of Mexico, Mercedes on the lookout

The world champion was the fastest beating Mercedes of Russell and Hamilton in this Saturday evening’s qualifying for the Mexican Grand Prix. The insatiable Max Verstappen will stand at the pole on Sunday and claim his 14th win of the season. PHOTO AFP – AFP Posted: Oct 30, 2022 00:34 Reading Time: 3 minutes Who else? Max Verstaffen (Red Bull), who has already won the 2022 World Championship, took the pole position at the Mexican Grand Prix this Saturday evening, and will lead Benz in this round 20 of the 22 rounds of Formula 1 season. The poles of the Dutchman’s career come as no surprise. The 2nd and 3rd places of Mercedes are one. Verstappen will go after British George Russell and Lewis Hamilton at the Rodríguez brothers circuit in Mexico on Sunday. After winning his cause in front of the crowd, stage local Sergio Pérez scored his fourth goal for him. “Czech! Czech Republic!” A second Red Bull driver from his emancipated supporters, particularly at the bubbly Foro Sol arena, will have to work Sunday to win the national grand prix as he announced.This Saturday’s biggest loser is Ferrari. Scuderia dominates the qualifiers But (12 pole positions and currently 7 positions for Red Bull), he finished the driver in 5th with Carlos Sainz and 7th with Charles Leclerc Once again, Verstappen will be your favorite this Sunday. Even if he has to be especially wary of his former competitor Hamilton last year, he’ll be leaving on the exhaust.The record-chasing Verstappen and Hamilton don’t want to stop in such a good way that the double world champion in Japan does. They want to win. And on this circuit, which has already won three times, the ‘supermax’ is more talked about than any other driver on the circuit. Twice the Dutchman is down to less than 18 minutes. He is the only one to cross that threshold. Hamilton had his best time in the first two parts of the game, but the important thing on the third pole is that Verstappen fired his heavy artillery and the seven-time champion couldn’t answer. Still empty handed this season, but Hamilton keeps the honor , 104 wins and only has three chances to set the famous record, 16 consecutive wins, can he do it in Mexico City? With 14 wins in a season and no driver before that, the Mexican GP, ​​which already has a world title on its schedule until 2025, would have been attended by around 350,000 fans Friday through Sunday. All of this, with the exception of a handful of VIPs, including singers from Black Eyed Peas,, or French Celebrations. Former player André Pierre Gignac, a prolific scorer for Tigres de Monterrey. Classification of qualifications: 1. Max Verstappen (PB / Red Bull) 1’17”775; 2. George Russell (GBR/Mercedes) 1’18”079; 3. Lewis Hamilton (GBR/Mercedes) 1’18”084; 4. Sergio Perez (MEX/Red Bull) 1’18”128; 5. Carlos Saines Jr. (ESP/Ferrari) 1’18”351; 6. Valterry Bottas (FIN/Alfa Romeo) 1’18”401; 7. Charles Leclerc (MON / Ferrari) 1’18”555 … 10. Esteban O’Con (FRA / Alpine-Renault) 1’19”010 … 14. Pierre Gasley (FRA / Alpha Tauri) Also read Formula 1: Max Verstaffen of Mexico, Mercedes on the lookout Formula 1: Max Verstaffen wins the USA, Red Bull F1 World Champion: So powerful that he had to “destroy” his own cart, Max, as a child. Verstaffen, world champion?
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