Alonso "not in a position" to beat Red Bull in Saudi Arabian F1 GP

by— Fernando Alonso reckons Aston Martin is "not in a position" to beat Red Bull in Sunday's Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, as the Spaniard starts alongside polesitter Sergio Perez.

Motor Authority—Perez leads Red Bull one-two at 2023 F1 Saudi Arabian GP. Red Bull Racing's Sergio Perez put in an impressive drive to take victory on Sunday at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, which served as round two of the 2023 Formula One World Championship. His teammate, Max Verstappen, was perhaps more impressive, though. The reigning world champion recovered from 15th place to finish second and make it a one-two

Jordan Times—Perez leads Red Bull sweep in Saudi Arabian GP. JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia — Red Bull’s Sergio Perez flexed his street circuit muscles with dramatic effect on Sunday by storming to victory ahead of teammate Max Verstappen at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The 33-year-old Mexican came home 5.355 seconds clear of the defending double world champion as Red Bull reeled off a masterful one-two triumph, the Dutchman having stormed through the field from 15th on the grid. Verstappen, however, clocked the fastest lap of the race on the final lap to retain...

BBC—Formula 1: Red Bull dominate Saudi Arabian GP first practice. Red Bull pick up at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix where they left off in Bahrain two weeks ago by dominating first practice in Jeddah.