Who will end up on pole position on Saturday? » FirstSportz

Bahrain GP
Bahrain GP

As the dawn of a sexy new era of Formula 1 arrives, everyone is waiting for the action to begin in the long-awaited season opener Bahrain. After one of the most exciting seasons in Formula 1 history, the bar is higher than ever. After the practice run on Friday, everyone has an eye on qualifying on Saturday. Riders lick their lips to get on.

Now the question is who will get pole on Saturday? After a massive overhaul of regulations, cars and tracks, performance dynamics seem to be taking a momentum. Based on the evidence we have following the pre-season tests in Barcelona and Bahrain, these are the two teams that caused a stir in the paddock Ferrari and red bull while Mercedes seemed to lag behind.

The two standout drivers most likely to take pole are Charles Leclerc and the reigning world champion Max Verstappen. Let’s start with Charles Leclerc. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc was on fire every time he stepped onto the track. The Monocan helped Ferrari topped more sessions than any other team, which has sent a strong message to most teams that Ferrari is out of the hole and serious about business this season.

Ferrari have been strong in both Barcelona and Bahrain, with Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc consistently in the top three of the times.”

“Most of the teams on the grid singled out Ferrari as contenders for race wins in the first few races of the year.”

Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc want to dominate Saturday’s qualifying and fight for pole

Bahrain GP
Bahrain GP

Come now red bull and Max Verstappen. We all know what the World Champion is capable of and he continued to build on last year’s strong foundation. Max Verstappen set the fastest lap 1.31.270 with absolute ease and without breaking a sweat. The Dutchman also led the fastest lap in the brand new RB-18 in Friday’s practice session with a time of 1:31.936.

“Even when Verstappen was third fastest on day two in Bahrain, the World Champion said the car was fast without even trying. Ominous news.” As reported by gpfans.

This proposition could be scary as it rolled through the test, before showing just how confident it ended up being when it hit the accelerator at the end red bull is.

Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton cut out their work before qualifying on Saturday. Every time the regulations change, a new player appears on the track and takes the reins. Mercedes must find the answers before the situation spirals out of control.

Also read: Mercedes Pre-Season Testing: What we learned from Lewis Hamilton and George Russell’s W13 races in Bahrain Who will end up on pole position on Saturday? » FirstSportz

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