F1: Verstappen and Checo will start 1 and 2 in the sprint of the Austrian GP

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the dutch pilot max verstappenfrom Red Bull, will start on pole for the sprint race this Saturday at the Austrian Grand Prix, the ninth round of the Formula 1 World Cup, in a 'sprint shootout' that he has dominated without opposition, while the Mexican Sergio Perez will start second.

The reigning world champion had no rival in a third round in which he was almost five tenths of a second ahead of his teammate, Checo, who will accompany him on the front row of the short race grid. Behind, the British Lando Norris, from McLaren, and the German Nico Hulkenbergfrom Haas, will occupy the second row.

Ferrari will take the two positions in the third row, and Aston Martin will do the same with the two in the fourth, with the two Spaniards winning over their garage mates. The French Esteban Ocon, from Alpine, and the Danish Kevin Magnussenfrom Haas, closed the 'Top 10'.

Warned by what happened in Friday's qualifying at the Red Bull Ring, where numerous invalidated laps shook up the grid for Sunday's race, the drivers took to the track knowing that any mistake would be heavily penalized.

the monegasque charles leclercwho was going to start sixth, was penalized with the loss of three places on the sprint grid this Saturday because the stewards considered that the Ferrari driver blocked and interrupted the lap of McLaren's Oscar Piastri.

(With information from Europe Press)

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