The men's XCO bike race was a resounding success with the domination of the 2023 SEA Games The men's XCO bike race was a resounding success with the domination of the 2023 SEA Games

The men's XCO bike race was a resounding success with the domination of the 2023 SEA Games

The men's XCO bike race was a resounding success with the domination of the 2023 SEA Games  Siem Reap (ANTARA) - The Indonesian MTB cycling team had great success by dominating the men's Cross Country Olympic (XCO) SEA Games XXXII/2023 which took place in Kulen Mountains, Siem Reap, Cambodia, Saturday.  Three Red and White athletes managed to touch the finish line simultaneously. Feri Yudoyono, who was a debutant, became a star by winning a gold medal with a record time of one hour and 13.51 minutes.  Then Zaenal Fanani who is Feri's older brother was behind him packing silver 18 seconds adrift.  Ihza Muhammad completed Indonesia's victory in the k-32 edition of the biggest sporting event in Southeast Asia by finishing in third place, one minute and 15 seconds away from the winner of the competition.  Even so, Ihza had to give up bronze to a racer from Cambodia, Khim Menglong, who finished fourth. This is because, according to the rules of the SEA Games Federation (SEAGF) in a one-country competition, medals cannot be wiped out.  Apart from that, today's race results confirm the toughness of Indonesian bicycle racing in the Southeast Asian region.  Also read: Two gold pieces of the 2023 SEA Games marathon thanks to the focus on winning  Feri to prove himself as a potential young Red and White racer. The man who was born on April 5, 2004 appeared impressive after starting the race in 13th position.  The scorching sun did not dampen Feri's enthusiasm to be at the forefront. He passed one by one the competitors until he finally managed to be in the leading position in the race which lasted seven laps with each lap being 3.7 kilometers.  Indonesia's victory in today's race was even more complete because previously Sayu Bella Sukma Dewi also won a gold medal in the women's XCO number.  He became the fastest among the 17 other participants who competed in the five-lap race on the 3.7 km long track. Overall he cycled a distance of 18.5 km with a record time of one hour 13.48 minutes.  The athlete who was born on August 16, 2003 was ahead of Malaysian athlete Nur Assyra Zainal Abidin who won silver after posting a record of one hour 17.09 minutes. The bronze belongs to Thailand's Yonthanan Phonkla with a record time of one hour 18.42 minutes.           "The fine imposed on me is not fair", reports Virat to BCCI about the clash Foreign players are now continuously reacting to the clash between Kohli and Gambhir. Meanwhile, Kohli has informed some officials of the board in writing about the incident.  New Delhi:Discussion and reaction still remains on the clash between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir in the match played between Lucknow and RCB (LSG vs RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2023) about a week ago. . After this incident, all the three players involved in this were fined their match fees, but veterans from all over the world are pointing more fingers at Gautam and Virat for the controversy. Now new news related to this matter is coming. According to a leading newspaper, Virat Kohli has given detailed information about the incident by writing a letter to the BCCI.   Gujarat danced to the tune of Rashid, leg spinners earn so much from the world's leagues in a year  According to the newspaper report, in a letter written to some officials of the board, Virat has expressed disappointment over the deduction of 100 percent match fee. According to the information, Kohli wrote that he did not say anything to Naveen-ul-Haq and Gautam Gambhir. After the incident, while Gambhir and Virat were fined 100 per cent of their match fees by the match referee, Naved was fined 50 per cent.   However, Virat does not believe that his behavior came under the ambit of this severe punishment. The amount of his fine can go up to Rs 1.25 crore. However, Kohli will not have to bear the loss as RCB does not have a policy of deducting match fees from players for on-field offences.   Although Kohli may have justified his behavior by writing to the BCCI, but according to the players and officials present around the incident, Virat's behavior was not right towards Naveen and Myers. Even Amit Mishra, who was batting with Naveen at the other end, complained about Kohli's behavior to the umpires. According to the report, the bouncers and throws of RCB's pacer Mohammad Siraj made Naveen a little angry. Kohli said in a message to the BCCI official that he did not ask Siraj to hit Naveen. He only asked Siraj to hit the bouncer.        Salah achieves the best goal number in Liverpool's 131-year history  Egyptian star Mohamed Salah scored the goal for his team, Liverpool, against Brentford 1-0, in the match that now brings the two teams together for the 35th round of the Premier League championship.  Salah's goal came in the 13th minute, following a pass from his colleague Virgil Van Dyck.  The "Oita" network, which specializes in football numbers and statistics, stated that Salah, with his goal against Brentford, became the first player in Liverpool's 131-year history to score in nine consecutive matches at home (Anfield Stadium) in all competitions.  She added that this goal was Salah's 100th with Liverpool at Anfield.             Perez takes pole, Verstappen believes he still has a chance to win in Miami  Jakarta (ANTARA) - Red Bull team driver Max Verstappen believes he has a chance to win the Miami Grand Prix despite starting from P9 when his team mate Sergio Perez took pole position in qualifying, Saturday (6/5).  Verstappen, who leads the standings with two wins out of four races at the start of the season, failed to complete his fastest lap following the crash of Charles Leclerc's Ferrari to end qualifying one minute 36 seconds early.  Starting from the fifth row, Verstappen, who won his Miami GP debut last year, is confident of being able to get good results armed with the RB16 car which has been so dominant so far.  "Podium of course, but I still want to win. This position is not good. (Winning) is not impossible, but it will not be easy," said Verstappen quoted by AFP.  As well as being distracted by Leclerc's crash, Verstappen also failed to complete his fastest lap at the start of the session. He had lost control of his car, even though it was corrected quickly, but it still affected his time record, canceling his lap.  Also read: Fastest Verstappen in Friday practice session Miami GP  "I went a little off the line at turn six to seven, I felt a little understeer and I couldn't bring the car back to the racing line. So I canceled my lap. It was really my fault because trying to push it over the edge.  "Definitely later you need a bit of luck, hope there are no red flags. But when you think like that, it just happens. So it's a little frustrating," he said.  However, the two-time world champion says he has been in a similar disadvantage.  "Sometimes we have a little problem, but it doesn't mean we carry on until the end of the season."  "Nothing is perfect even though we want perfect results. Last year I had a tough start, but I had to beat myself. Today was not good," he said.  Also read: Miami Grand Prix opportunity for Perez to emerge as a serious challenger  Meanwhile, Perez, who was the fastest driver in Q3 with a record of 1:26.841, won pole for the third time in his career.  Meanwhile, Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso was 0.361 seconds behind for the second starting position.  Carlos Sainz brought his Ferrari in P3 accompanied by Haas driver Kevin Magnussen in the second row.  "I am enjoying it. I am focused from race to race. I will fight for the team because they have done a great job and we will see what happens tomorrow," said Perez.  Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has emphatically stated that he has given the green light to his two drivers to compete against each other and ensured there will be no 'team orders'.  Pole in Miami is also an opportunity for Perez to emerge as a serious challenger for the Formula 1 world title against Verstappen.  What's more, the Mexican rider has just confirmed his status as king of the road circuit following his victory in the sprint race and Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan for the second time in his career last weekend.  Five of Perez's six wins have been won by the racer on road circuits such as Monaco (2022), Singapore (2022), and Jeddah (2023) and Baku (2021, 2023).  A first podium in the first five races of the season would lift Perez to first place in the standings over Verstappen and pose a serious threat to the two-time world champion from the Netherlands.  Verstappen has never finished lower than second this season and arrives in Florida with a six-point lead over his teammate.  Miami GP qualifying results 1 Sergio Perez Oracle Bull Racing 1:26,841 2 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1:27,202 3 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Ferrari 1:27,349 4 Kevin Magnussen MoneyGram Haas F1 Team 1:27,767 5 Pierre Gasly BWT Alpine F1 Team 1:27,786 6 George Russell Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:27,804 7 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Ferrari 1:27,861 8 Esteban Ocon BWT Alpine F1 Team 1:27,935 9 Max Verstappen Oracle Red Bull Racing 10 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake 11 Alex Albon Williams Racing 12 Nico Hulkenberg MoneyGram Haas F1 Team 13 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 14 Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake 15 Nyck de Vries Scuderia AlphaTauri 16 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team 17 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 19 Oscar Piastri McLaren F1 Team 20 Logan Sargeant Williams Racing

Siem Reap (ANTARA) - The Indonesian MTB cycling team had great success by dominating the men's Cross Country Olympic (XCO) SEA Games XXXII/2023 which took place in Kulen Mountains, Siem Reap, Cambodia, Saturday.

Three Red and White athletes managed to touch the finish line simultaneously. Feri Yudoyono, who was a debutant, became a star by winning a gold medal with a record time of one hour and 13.51 minutes.

Then Zaenal Fanani who is Feri's older brother was behind him packing silver 18 seconds adrift.

Ihza Muhammad completed Indonesia's victory in the k-32 edition of the biggest sporting event in Southeast Asia by finishing in third place, one minute and 15 seconds away from the winner of the competition.

Even so, Ihza had to give up bronze to a racer from Cambodia, Khim Menglong, who finished fourth. This is because, according to the rules of the SEA Games Federation (SEAGF) in a one-country competition, medals cannot be wiped out.

Apart from that, today's race results confirm the toughness of Indonesian bicycle racing in the Southeast Asian region.

Also read: Two gold pieces of the 2023 SEA Games marathon thanks to the focus on winning

Feri to prove himself as a potential young Red and White racer. The man who was born on April 5, 2004 appeared impressive after starting the race in 13th position.

The scorching sun did not dampen Feri's enthusiasm to be at the forefront. He passed one by one the competitors until he finally managed to be in the leading position in the race which lasted seven laps with each lap being 3.7 kilometers.

Indonesia's victory in today's race was even more complete because previously Sayu Bella Sukma Dewi also won a gold medal in the women's XCO number.

He became the fastest among the 17 other participants who competed in the five-lap race on the 3.7 km long track. Overall he cycled a distance of 18.5 km with a record time of one hour 13.48 minutes.

The athlete who was born on August 16, 2003 was ahead of Malaysian athlete Nur Assyra Zainal Abidin who won silver after posting a record of one hour 17.09 minutes. The bronze belongs to Thailand's Yonthanan Phonkla with a record time of one hour 18.42 minutes.



"The fine imposed on me is not fair", reports Virat to BCCI about the clash : Cricket

Foreign players are now continuously reacting to the clash between Kohli and Gambhir. Meanwhile, Kohli has informed some officials of the board in writing about the incident.

New Delhi:Discussion and reaction still remains on the clash between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir in the match played between Lucknow and RCB (LSG vs RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2023) about a week ago. . After this incident, all the three players involved in this were fined their match fees, but veterans from all over the world are pointing more fingers at Gautam and Virat for the controversy. Now new news related to this matter is coming. According to a leading newspaper, Virat Kohli has given detailed information about the incident by writing a letter to the BCCI. 

Gujarat danced to the tune of Rashid, leg spinners earn so much from the world's leagues in a year

According to the newspaper report, in a letter written to some officials of the board, Virat has expressed disappointment over the deduction of 100 percent match fee. According to the information, Kohli wrote that he did not say anything to Naveen-ul-Haq and Gautam Gambhir. After the incident, while Gambhir and Virat were fined 100 per cent of their match fees by the match referee, Naved was fined 50 per cent. 

However, Virat does not believe that his behavior came under the ambit of this severe punishment. The amount of his fine can go up to Rs 1.25 crore. However, Kohli will not have to bear the loss as RCB does not have a policy of deducting match fees from players for on-field offences. 

Although Kohli may have justified his behavior by writing to the BCCI, but according to the players and officials present around the incident, Virat's behavior was not right towards Naveen and Myers. Even Amit Mishra, who was batting with Naveen at the other end, complained about Kohli's behavior to the umpires. According to the report, the bouncers and throws of RCB's pacer Mohammad Siraj made Naveen a little angry. Kohli said in a message to the BCCI official that he did not ask Siraj to hit Naveen. He only asked Siraj to hit the bouncer.



Salah achieves the best goal number in Liverpool's 131-year history : Football

Egyptian star Mohamed Salah scored the goal for his team, Liverpool, against Brentford 1-0, in the match that now brings the two teams together for the 35th round of the Premier League championship.

Salah's goal came in the 13th minute, following a pass from his colleague Virgil Van Dyck.

The "Oita" network, which specializes in football numbers and statistics, stated that Salah, with his goal against Brentford, became the first player in Liverpool's 131-year history to score in nine consecutive matches at home (Anfield Stadium) in all competitions.

She added that this goal was Salah's 100th with Liverpool at Anfield.




The men's XCO bike race was a resounding success with the domination of the 2023 SEA Games  Siem Reap (ANTARA) - The Indonesian MTB cycling team had great success by dominating the men's Cross Country Olympic (XCO) SEA Games XXXII/2023 which took place in Kulen Mountains, Siem Reap, Cambodia, Saturday.  Three Red and White athletes managed to touch the finish line simultaneously. Feri Yudoyono, who was a debutant, became a star by winning a gold medal with a record time of one hour and 13.51 minutes.  Then Zaenal Fanani who is Feri's older brother was behind him packing silver 18 seconds adrift.  Ihza Muhammad completed Indonesia's victory in the k-32 edition of the biggest sporting event in Southeast Asia by finishing in third place, one minute and 15 seconds away from the winner of the competition.  Even so, Ihza had to give up bronze to a racer from Cambodia, Khim Menglong, who finished fourth. This is because, according to the rules of the SEA Games Federation (SEAGF) in a one-country competition, medals cannot be wiped out.  Apart from that, today's race results confirm the toughness of Indonesian bicycle racing in the Southeast Asian region.  Also read: Two gold pieces of the 2023 SEA Games marathon thanks to the focus on winning  Feri to prove himself as a potential young Red and White racer. The man who was born on April 5, 2004 appeared impressive after starting the race in 13th position.  The scorching sun did not dampen Feri's enthusiasm to be at the forefront. He passed one by one the competitors until he finally managed to be in the leading position in the race which lasted seven laps with each lap being 3.7 kilometers.  Indonesia's victory in today's race was even more complete because previously Sayu Bella Sukma Dewi also won a gold medal in the women's XCO number.  He became the fastest among the 17 other participants who competed in the five-lap race on the 3.7 km long track. Overall he cycled a distance of 18.5 km with a record time of one hour 13.48 minutes.  The athlete who was born on August 16, 2003 was ahead of Malaysian athlete Nur Assyra Zainal Abidin who won silver after posting a record of one hour 17.09 minutes. The bronze belongs to Thailand's Yonthanan Phonkla with a record time of one hour 18.42 minutes.           "The fine imposed on me is not fair", reports Virat to BCCI about the clash Foreign players are now continuously reacting to the clash between Kohli and Gambhir. Meanwhile, Kohli has informed some officials of the board in writing about the incident.  New Delhi:Discussion and reaction still remains on the clash between Virat Kohli and Gautam Gambhir in the match played between Lucknow and RCB (LSG vs RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2023) about a week ago. . After this incident, all the three players involved in this were fined their match fees, but veterans from all over the world are pointing more fingers at Gautam and Virat for the controversy. Now new news related to this matter is coming. According to a leading newspaper, Virat Kohli has given detailed information about the incident by writing a letter to the BCCI.   Gujarat danced to the tune of Rashid, leg spinners earn so much from the world's leagues in a year  According to the newspaper report, in a letter written to some officials of the board, Virat has expressed disappointment over the deduction of 100 percent match fee. According to the information, Kohli wrote that he did not say anything to Naveen-ul-Haq and Gautam Gambhir. After the incident, while Gambhir and Virat were fined 100 per cent of their match fees by the match referee, Naved was fined 50 per cent.   However, Virat does not believe that his behavior came under the ambit of this severe punishment. The amount of his fine can go up to Rs 1.25 crore. However, Kohli will not have to bear the loss as RCB does not have a policy of deducting match fees from players for on-field offences.   Although Kohli may have justified his behavior by writing to the BCCI, but according to the players and officials present around the incident, Virat's behavior was not right towards Naveen and Myers. Even Amit Mishra, who was batting with Naveen at the other end, complained about Kohli's behavior to the umpires. According to the report, the bouncers and throws of RCB's pacer Mohammad Siraj made Naveen a little angry. Kohli said in a message to the BCCI official that he did not ask Siraj to hit Naveen. He only asked Siraj to hit the bouncer.        Salah achieves the best goal number in Liverpool's 131-year history  Egyptian star Mohamed Salah scored the goal for his team, Liverpool, against Brentford 1-0, in the match that now brings the two teams together for the 35th round of the Premier League championship.  Salah's goal came in the 13th minute, following a pass from his colleague Virgil Van Dyck.  The "Oita" network, which specializes in football numbers and statistics, stated that Salah, with his goal against Brentford, became the first player in Liverpool's 131-year history to score in nine consecutive matches at home (Anfield Stadium) in all competitions.  She added that this goal was Salah's 100th with Liverpool at Anfield.             Perez takes pole, Verstappen believes he still has a chance to win in Miami  Jakarta (ANTARA) - Red Bull team driver Max Verstappen believes he has a chance to win the Miami Grand Prix despite starting from P9 when his team mate Sergio Perez took pole position in qualifying, Saturday (6/5).  Verstappen, who leads the standings with two wins out of four races at the start of the season, failed to complete his fastest lap following the crash of Charles Leclerc's Ferrari to end qualifying one minute 36 seconds early.  Starting from the fifth row, Verstappen, who won his Miami GP debut last year, is confident of being able to get good results armed with the RB16 car which has been so dominant so far.  "Podium of course, but I still want to win. This position is not good. (Winning) is not impossible, but it will not be easy," said Verstappen quoted by AFP.  As well as being distracted by Leclerc's crash, Verstappen also failed to complete his fastest lap at the start of the session. He had lost control of his car, even though it was corrected quickly, but it still affected his time record, canceling his lap.  Also read: Fastest Verstappen in Friday practice session Miami GP  "I went a little off the line at turn six to seven, I felt a little understeer and I couldn't bring the car back to the racing line. So I canceled my lap. It was really my fault because trying to push it over the edge.  "Definitely later you need a bit of luck, hope there are no red flags. But when you think like that, it just happens. So it's a little frustrating," he said.  However, the two-time world champion says he has been in a similar disadvantage.  "Sometimes we have a little problem, but it doesn't mean we carry on until the end of the season."  "Nothing is perfect even though we want perfect results. Last year I had a tough start, but I had to beat myself. Today was not good," he said.  Also read: Miami Grand Prix opportunity for Perez to emerge as a serious challenger  Meanwhile, Perez, who was the fastest driver in Q3 with a record of 1:26.841, won pole for the third time in his career.  Meanwhile, Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso was 0.361 seconds behind for the second starting position.  Carlos Sainz brought his Ferrari in P3 accompanied by Haas driver Kevin Magnussen in the second row.  "I am enjoying it. I am focused from race to race. I will fight for the team because they have done a great job and we will see what happens tomorrow," said Perez.  Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has emphatically stated that he has given the green light to his two drivers to compete against each other and ensured there will be no 'team orders'.  Pole in Miami is also an opportunity for Perez to emerge as a serious challenger for the Formula 1 world title against Verstappen.  What's more, the Mexican rider has just confirmed his status as king of the road circuit following his victory in the sprint race and Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan for the second time in his career last weekend.  Five of Perez's six wins have been won by the racer on road circuits such as Monaco (2022), Singapore (2022), and Jeddah (2023) and Baku (2021, 2023).  A first podium in the first five races of the season would lift Perez to first place in the standings over Verstappen and pose a serious threat to the two-time world champion from the Netherlands.  Verstappen has never finished lower than second this season and arrives in Florida with a six-point lead over his teammate.  Miami GP qualifying results 1 Sergio Perez Oracle Bull Racing 1:26,841 2 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1:27,202 3 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Ferrari 1:27,349 4 Kevin Magnussen MoneyGram Haas F1 Team 1:27,767 5 Pierre Gasly BWT Alpine F1 Team 1:27,786 6 George Russell Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:27,804 7 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Ferrari 1:27,861 8 Esteban Ocon BWT Alpine F1 Team 1:27,935 9 Max Verstappen Oracle Red Bull Racing 10 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake 11 Alex Albon Williams Racing 12 Nico Hulkenberg MoneyGram Haas F1 Team 13 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 14 Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake 15 Nyck de Vries Scuderia AlphaTauri 16 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team 17 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 19 Oscar Piastri McLaren F1 Team 20 Logan Sargeant Williams Racing

Perez takes pole, Verstappen believes he still has a chance to win in Miami : Formula 1

Jakarta (ANTARA) - Red Bull team driver Max Verstappen believes he has a chance to win the Miami Grand Prix despite starting from P9 when his team mate Sergio Perez took pole position in qualifying, Saturday (6/5).

Verstappen, who leads the standings with two wins out of four races at the start of the season, failed to complete his fastest lap following the crash of Charles Leclerc's Ferrari to end qualifying one minute 36 seconds early.

Starting from the fifth row, Verstappen, who won his Miami GP debut last year, is confident of being able to get good results armed with the RB16 car which has been so dominant so far.

"Podium of course, but I still want to win. This position is not good. (Winning) is not impossible, but it will not be easy," said Verstappen quoted by AFP.

As well as being distracted by Leclerc's crash, Verstappen also failed to complete his fastest lap at the start of the session. He had lost control of his car, even though it was corrected quickly, but it still affected his time record, canceling his lap.

Also read: Fastest Verstappen in Friday practice session Miami GP

"I went a little off the line at turn six to seven, I felt a little understeer and I couldn't bring the car back to the racing line. So I canceled my lap. It was really my fault because trying to push it over the edge.

"Definitely later you need a bit of luck, hope there are no red flags. But when you think like that, it just happens. So it's a little frustrating," he said.

However, the two-time world champion says he has been in a similar disadvantage.

"Sometimes we have a little problem, but it doesn't mean we carry on until the end of the season."

"Nothing is perfect even though we want perfect results. Last year I had a tough start, but I had to beat myself. Today was not good," he said.

Also read: Miami Grand Prix opportunity for Perez to emerge as a serious challenger

Meanwhile, Perez, who was the fastest driver in Q3 with a record of 1:26.841, won pole for the third time in his career.

Meanwhile, Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso was 0.361 seconds behind for the second starting position.

Carlos Sainz brought his Ferrari in P3 accompanied by Haas driver Kevin Magnussen in the second row.

"I am enjoying it. I am focused from race to race. I will fight for the team because they have done a great job and we will see what happens tomorrow," said Perez.

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has emphatically stated that he has given the green light to his two drivers to compete against each other and ensured there will be no 'team orders'.

Pole in Miami is also an opportunity for Perez to emerge as a serious challenger for the Formula 1 world title against Verstappen.

What's more, the Mexican rider has just confirmed his status as king of the road circuit following his victory in the sprint race and Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan for the second time in his career last weekend.

Five of Perez's six wins have been won by the racer on road circuits such as Monaco (2022), Singapore (2022), and Jeddah (2023) and Baku (2021, 2023).

A first podium in the first five races of the season would lift Perez to first place in the standings over Verstappen and pose a serious threat to the two-time world champion from the Netherlands.

Verstappen has never finished lower than second this season and arrives in Florida with a six-point lead over his teammate.

Miami GP qualifying results
1 Sergio Perez Oracle Bull Racing 1:26,841
2 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1:27,202
3 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Ferrari 1:27,349
4 Kevin Magnussen MoneyGram Haas F1 Team 1:27,767
5 Pierre Gasly BWT Alpine F1 Team 1:27,786
6 George Russell Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team 1:27,804
7 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Ferrari 1:27,861
8 Esteban Ocon BWT Alpine F1 Team 1:27,935
9 Max Verstappen Oracle Red Bull Racing
10 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake
11 Alex Albon Williams Racing
12 Nico Hulkenberg MoneyGram Haas F1 Team
13 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team
14 Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake
15 Nyck de Vries Scuderia AlphaTauri
16 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team
17 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri
18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team
19 Oscar Piastri McLaren F1 Team
20 Logan Sargeant Williams Racing

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