Mercedes AMG PETRONAS F1 Team’s Lewis Hamilton will have the advantage for Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix as he starts the race from pole position having set a time of 01:27.511s while Valtteri Bottas starts second.
It was a disastrous session for championship leader Max Verstappen who crashed on his final lap in Q3 when he was on course to beat Hamilton and will likely start from the rear of the grid.
Charles Leclerc put his crash from Friday behind him as he starts the race from fourth place just ahead of Sergio Perez and Pierre Gasly who showed that Scuderia Alpha Tauri are strong this weekend.
Lando Norris starts the race from seventh place just ahead of Yuki Tsunoda and Esteban Ocon.
it was a great session for Alfa Romeo Racing ad Antonio Giovinazzi starts the race from tenth just ahead of Daniel Ricciardo.
Kimi Raikkonen starts the race from 12th just ahead of Fernando Alonso.
Williams Racing’s George Russell was 14th just ahead of Carlos Sainz and Nicholas Latifi.
It was a tough session for Aston Martin as Lance Stroll and Sebastian Vettel start the race from 17th and 18th.
The Haas F1 Team’s Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin rounded out the order.