Christian Horner’s Red Bull off to flying start ahead of F1’s Bahrain Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton starts in 9th placeOne team had a stinker as they landed 19th AND 20th

MAX VERSTAPPEN overcame off-track distractions to take pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Verstappen, who was 0.228 seconds quicker than Leclerc’s Ferrari, added: “We did very well in that qualifying to get the most out of it. “To really get everything out of it in Q3 was a little more difficult but I’m very happy to be on pole. “Ultimately, Max is still out there in front and we still have a lot of catching up to do. “I think it will be a close fight between everybody apart from Max. “Red Bull are so strong at the moment and Max is doing a great job.

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