“Checo” Pérez is fourth in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

Czech Perez finishes fourth at the Saudi Arabian GP

Mexican driver Sergio “Checo” Pérez finished in fourth place at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Checo started the race in first place, since yesterday he got pole position which gave him the opportunity to start first for today’s race.

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Initially, Checo’s pace at the top was good and that It allowed him to take 2.3 seconds off Leclerc after the first 15 laps.

Later Verstappen claimed on the radio that Leclerc stepped outside the limits of the track. While Hamilton continued to advance him and was ranked sixth after overtaking Kevin Magnussen.

Charles Leclerc, Ferrari driver was dominating the rest of the race in the first place until Pérez’s partner, Max Verstappen overtook him to take first place.

Max Verstappen gets his first podium of the season while, Ferrari for the second consecutive race is put in the first three places.

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Red Bull Racing gets its first points in this new Formula 1 season, since the last race in Bahrain both cars did not finish due to problems in their vehicles.