The Alpine F1 Team are now in the driving seat of fifth place in the Constructors’ standings, after Esteban Ocon finished fifth and Fernando Alonso finished third ending his long wait for a return to the podium.
Fernando Alonso claimed his first podium since the 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix, after finishing third at the Qatar Grand Prix. There was more delight for Alpine as Esteban Ocon finished an excellent fifth.
Red Bull close to just five points behind Mercedes in the Constructors’ standings after Verstappen finished second and Pérez fourth at the Qatar Grand Prix.
Pirelli have stated that they will found out what caused four drivers to suffer front-left punctures during the Qatar Grand Prix, which was won by Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton won the first-ever Qatar Grand Prix to claim back-to-back victories, in what was a mixed evening at the Losail International…
Christian Horner given official warning by the FIA, after referring to marshal who waved the double-yellow flag in qualifying as “rogue”, Horner has since apologised.
Max Verstappen has been awarded a five-place grid penalty for the Qatar Grand Prix, after failing to slow under double-waved yellows during qualifying.
Pirelli predict a two-stop strategy is the way forward at the Qatar Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton will start on pole position.
George Russell drove a superb qualifying to get himself into Q2 at the Qatar Grand Prix, the British driver will start in fifteenth place tomorrow, crucially ahead of both Alfa Romeo’s.
Sebastian Vettel qualified an excellent tenth place at the Qatar Grand Prix, with times being incredibly close at the fast and flowing Losail International Circuit.
The Alpine F1 Team had a solid start to the first-ever Qatar Grand Prix, with both drivers within thousandths of the top ten. Ocon ended the day eleventh with Alonso right behind in twelfth.