Bahrain GP 2023: Classification of the Formula 1 Bahrain GP live


Good afternoon! What a moment F1 is giving us, it’s been years since we saw Fernando Alonso with a competitive car and it seems that this year, at least, he will be close to the podiums. In Free Practice 1, Free Practice 2 and Free Practice 3, the Spaniard set some great times on the soft tire and finished 2nd, 1st and 1st respectively. In addition, the Spaniard had a devilish pace in Free Practice 2 in the race simulation, coming to match the pace of verstappen, the champion and top favorite to win as a three-time champion this year. Carlos Sainzwho was unable to enjoy a traffic-free lap on the soft tire and ended up finishing FP1 and 2 far behind, has moved up to 8th place in FP3, but very close to the others. Mercedes, Ferrari, Aston Martin and Red Bull in a fist.

What can we expect in this classification? The game is over and hiding is over for all the teams, because we are in the classification and there, the pilots must put their entire arsenal on the table. Mercedes, Ferrari, Aston Martin and Red Bull will be in a fist, as they have finished in the top 8 places with a difference of 0.6s. Although the times that we have observed in Free Practice 3 are the least significant, because without a doubt the teams have many surprises in store and the temperature of the track is much higher than it will be in qualifying.

The times that we have been able to enjoy in these Free 3 are the following: 1º F. Alonso Aston Martin 1’32″340, 2º M. Verstappen Red Bull 1’32″345 +00″005 10, 3º S. Perez Red Bull 1’32″446 +00″106 9, 4º L. Hamilton Mercedes 1’32″555 +00″215 1, 5º C. Leclerc Ferrari 1’32″624 +00″284 19, 6º G. Russell Mercedes 1’32″731 +00″391 15, 7º L. Stroll Aston Martin 1’32″919 +00″579 and 8º C. Sainz Ferrari 1’32″945 +00″605 19.

Will be able Alonso and Sainz stand up to the rest of the pilots in qualifying? We tell you everything at, with all the times, radios, moments and classification, so sit back, relax and enjoy this moment, because just a few months ago, this was unthinkable. The possibility of seeing two Spaniards with pole position is real. WE BEGIN!

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