Bahrain GP qualifying as it happened | Live text – Motorsport.com

By: James Newbold, Megan White, Haydn Cobb, Stephen Lickorish
Sainz on qualifying in third: “There was that extra tenth that Charles was able to extract at the end. I was really struggling earlier and how to drive this car, being half a second back in practice, so to fight for pole is good. But I think Charles deserves this pole.”
Magnussen comes to a stop at Turn 1 which brings out the yellow flags at the end of Q3, but it won’t impact anyone with all the lap times set.
The top six are out on track already – two Red Bulls, two Mercedes, two Ferraris – which is symmetrically satisfising.
Two weeks ago Magnussen was on a beach in Florida not even thinking about F1, now he’s in Q3 for Haas for the 2022 opener.
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