Two-time champion Fernando Alonso followed his bold third place at the Bahrain GP by taking third ahead of his Aston Martin teammate Lance Stroll
Max Verstappen. Pic/AFP
Max Verstappen showed no ill effects after a recent stomach bug on Friday as he and Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez dominated opening practice at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
The defending double world champion clocked a fastest lap in one minute and 29.617 seconds to outpace Perez by four-tenths of a second, the champion team stamping their authority in the heat at the Jeddah Street Circuit.
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Two-time champion Fernando Alonso followed his bold third place at the Bahrain GP by taking third ahead of his Aston Martin teammate Lance Stroll.
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