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New Fred Vasseur at Red Bull Racing: “Like a rocket”/ Formula 1

Ferrari star Charles Leclerc began with pole in the Baku race, however was beaten by Sergio Pérez. Group manager Fred Vasseur’s sprint record was the very same.

Charles Leclerc had the ability to safeguard his lead at the start of the Baku race. The Monegasque, who had actually won both poles for the 100 km race and top place on the Grand Prix grid, just led up until the eighth of 17 laps of the race, when Sergio Pérez in Red Bull Racing made a pass the very first one. bend over.

Leclerc completed second, definitely fortunate as Max Verstappen behind him suffered vehicle damage from a crash with the rampaging George Russell. Ferrari group employer Fred Vasseur was reasonably pleased about 2nd location.

In his sprint summary, the Frenchman described: “If you begin with pole and do not win, you can’t be totally pleased.” At the exact same time, in the interest of Leclerc’s colleague Carlos Sainz, he stressed: “Charles and Carlos (Sainz, keep in mind) revealed the race that we anticipated and got an excellent outcome.”

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” We saw in Melbourne that we have actually made an advance and I believe we have actually had the ability to validate this viewpoint up until now here in Baku. In certifying we were faster than Red Bull Racing and because race we had the ability to combat versus them,” included Vasseur. “But we likewise saw that we still need to enhance speed.”

Regarding the competitors, he confessed to his coworkers from “Sky Italia”: “Even if we were faster than Red Bull Racing in 2 certifying sessions, they are still ahead of us. When Pérez put his rear wing, it flew like a rocket.”

Sprint, Baku

01 Sergio Pérez (MEX), Red Bull Racing, 33: 17.667 minutes
02 Charles Leclerc (MC), Ferrari, +4.463 sec
03 Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing, +5.065
04 George Russell (GB), Mercedes, +8.532
05 Carlos Sainz (E), Ferrari, +10388
06 Fernando Alonso (E), Aston Martin, +11613
07 Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes, +16503
08 Lance Stroll (CDN), Aston Martin, +18417
09 Alex Albon (T), Williams, +21,757
10 Oscar Piastri (AUS), McLaren, +22851
11 Kevin Magnussen (DK), Haas, +27,990
12 Guanyu Zhou (RCH), Alfa Romeo, +34602
13 Pierre Gasly (F), Alpine, +36918
14 Nyck de Vries (NL), AlphaTauri, +41626
15 Nico Hulkenberg (D), Haas, +48587
16 Valtteri Bottas (FIN), Alfa Romeo, +49917
17 Lando Norris (GB), McLaren, +51104
18 Esteban Ocon (F), Alpine, +60621
Yuki Tsunoda (J), Alpha Tauri
Not at the start:
Logan Sargeant (USA), Williams

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World Championship Standings (after Baku Sprint)

the driver
01 Verstappen 75 points
02 Persian 62
03 Alonso 48
04 Hamilton 40
05 Sainz 24
06 Russell 23
07 Stroll 21
08 Norris8
09 Hulkenberg 6
10 Leclerc 13
11 The 4th bot
12 Okon 4
13 Piaster 4
14 Gas 4
15 zhou 2
16 Tsunoda 1
17 Magnussen 1
18 Alboni 1
19 Sergeant 0
20 De Vries 0

Builders Trophy
01 Red Bull Racing 137 points
02 Aston Martin 69
03 Mercedes 63
04 Ferrari 37
05 McLaren 12
06 Alpine 8
07 Here are 7
08 Alfa Romeo 6
09 AlphaTauri 1
10 Williams 1


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