F1: 'Checo' Pérez, eliminated in Q2 of the Qatar GP | Video
The Mexican Sergio Perezfrom Red Bull, was eliminated in the second round (Q2) of qualifying for the Qatar Grand Prixthe seventeenth of the Formula 1 World Championship, which is held in a sprint format.
'Checo' was eliminated for exceeding track limits and will start in thirteenth position this Sunday at the Lusail circuit.
Repetition of Checo Perez exceeding the track limits, it is in the second corner where due to the angle it cannot be seen, in the first one he does not take out the 4 wheels, which is what is clearly seen here pic.twitter.com/j2Y71aefmO
— FTotal (@FTotal_) October 6, 2023
The Spanish Carlos Sainzfrom Ferrari, was also eliminated in Q2 and will start twelfth.
While, Max Verstappen took pole for another Grand Prix this season. The Dutchman will seek to win his third F1 championship this weekend in Qatar. Next to him, in the front row, will be the British George Russell, from Mercedes.
The Australian Oscar Piastriby McLaren, and the English Lewis Hamiltonfrom Mercedes, will be in the second row.
Below are all the results of the qualy.
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