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Saudi Arabian GP 19th March 2023
If there were any lingering doubts about just how competitive Red Bull’s 2023 offering was, they were well and truly extinguished at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Whether it was Sergio Perez’s faultless drive to victory, or the ease with which Max Verstappen carved his way through from 15th following a driveshaft failure in qualifying to second place in the race, the evidence in Jeddah was overwhelming: the RB19 is F1’s clear benchmark.
But there was plenty more going on behind the Red Bulls at the second round of the season. Catch up on how the weekend unfolded – including the start of the post-race saga surrounding the final podium position – with The Race Live Hub’s as-it-happened coverage of the Saudi Arabian GP.
Bahrain GP 5th March 2023
An ominous start or an outlier? That was the main question after the Bahrain Grand Prix as Red Bull breezed to a 1-2 in the 2023 F1 season opener led by defending champion Max Verstappen.
But if that result appeared a formality, there was some solace to take from Fernando Alonso’s charge to the podium places – a popular result as Aston Martin’s AMR23 shook up the conventional order at the front.
Check out how that, and another concerning reliability issue for Charles Leclerc and Ferrari, unfolded with our live coverage recap from the Bahrain weekend.
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