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Verstappen Dominates, Alonso Surprises: Exciting Bahrain Grand Prix Results Revealed



Verstappen Dominates Alonso Surprises Exciting Bahrain Grand Prix Results Revealed

In a thrilling display of skill and determination, Max Verstappen dominated the Bahrain Grand Prix and secured a comfortable win for Red Bull. But the excitement didn’t end there as Fernando Alonso put on a fierce display of driving, including an intense battle with Lewis Hamilton and a remarkable podium finish

Max Verstappen, the Formula 1 world champion, showcased an exceptional performance during the Bahrain Grand Prix, while Ferrari encountered a disastrous outcome. The event was made more exciting by Fernando Alonso’s fierce pursuit towards the podium.

Throughout the race, Verstappen faced no challenge as he maintained his lead from pole position and gradually distanced himself from his competitors by a margin of six-to-eight tenths of a second in the initial stages.

Although Verstappen’s Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez was initially overtaken by Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari at the start, Perez managed to reclaim his position during the second stint of the race, aided by Red Bull’s switch to soft tires and Ferrari’s shift to hards. Eventually, Red Bull secured a comfortable 1-2 finish.

Unfortunately, Charles Leclerc had to retire from the race 16 laps before the end due to an engine issue, as confirmed by Ferrari. This was particularly concerning since Leclerc’s car had already exhausted its second permitted energy store for the year prior to the race.

Fernando Alonso had a setback during the first lap of the race when his Aston Martin team-mate, Lance Stroll, made contact with his car, causing him to lose position to both Mercedes cars. However, Alonso managed to overtake George Russell during the first round of pitstops and proceeded to pursue a remarkable final stint. He engaged in an intense battle with Lewis Hamilton, which included a daring slide during his first overtaking attempt, followed by a remarkable maneuver at Turn 10 that allowed him to pass Hamilton.

After Charles Leclerc’s unfortunate retirement, Fernando Alonso’s pursuit shifted towards Carlos Sainz’s Ferrari, which was struggling to keep up with the leaders throughout the race. Alonso’s pursuit of Sainz then transformed into a podium chase.


The pursuit for the podium between Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz led to another exciting battle, which involved some minor contact between the two drivers. However, Alonso eventually secured his podium finish, marking an epic start to his Aston Martin career.

Despite Hamilton’s pressure, Carlos Sainz managed to hold on to his position and finish in a very disappointing fourth place for Ferrari. Meanwhile, Lance Stroll overtook George Russell during the out-lap after the Mercedes’ second pitstop, clinching sixth place in spite of his recent injuries.

Valtteri Bottas managed to join the pack of Aston Martins and Mercedes on the first lap, thanks to his impressive performance and excellent out-lap pace following an early first pitstop. However, he eventually slipped back to eighth place while driving for Alfa Romeo. In the closing stages of the race, Bottas faced some late pressure from Pierre Gasly, who rescued Alpine’s weekend by making a remarkable recovery from starting last on the grid to finishing ninth.

Esteban Ocon, Pierre Gasly’s teammate, had a disappointing race as he received multiple penalties. He was penalized for not parking in his grid slot correctly, for starting to change a damaged front wing too soon during a pitstop, and for pitlane speeding as well. He eventually retired from the race.

McLaren’s race was even worse, with Oscar Piastri retiring due to electrical problems and Lando Norris finishing last after having to make six pitstops to top up his car’s pneumatic system.

The top-10 qualifier Haas team also had a poor race, as their Saturday hero Nico Hulkenberg suffered front wing damage during the first lap after a collision with Ocon’s Alpine. This setback resulted in Hulkenberg finishing in 15th place.

Williams had a lot to celebrate, as Alex Albon managed to secure a point by finishing in 10th place, despite losing out to Pierre Gasly towards the end of the race. Albon had an impressive run throughout the race, consistently competing high up in the midfield.


The results of the race at the Bahrain Grand Prix for the 2023 F1 season are as follows:

1Max VerstappenNEDRed Bull 57 Laps
2Sergio PerezMEXRed Bull + 11.987s
3Fernando AlonsoESPAston Martin+ 38.637s
4Carlos SainzESPFerrari+. 48.052
5Lewis HamiltonGBRMercedes+ 50.977s
6Lance StrollCANAston Martin+ 54.502s
7George RussellGBRMercedes+ 55.873s
8Valtteri BottasFINAlfa Romeo+ 72.647s
9Pierre GaslyFRAAlpine+ 73.753s
10Alex AlbonTHAWilliams+ 89.774s
11Yuki TsunodaJPNAlphaTauri+ 90.870s
12Logan SargeantUSAWilliams+ 1 Lap
13Kevin MagnussenDENHaas + 1 Lap
14Nyck de VriesNEDAlphaTauri+ 1 Lap
15Nico HulkenbergGERHaas + 1 Lap
16Zhou GuanyuCHNAlfa Romeo+ 1 Lap
17Lando NorrisGBRMcLaren+ 2 Laps
18Esteban OconFRA AlpineDNF
19Charles LeclercMONFerrariDNF
20Oscar PiastriAUSMcLarenDNF

Verstappen Dominates, Alonso Surprises: Exciting Bahrain Grand Prix Results Revealed Verstappen Dominates, Alonso Surprises: Exciting Bahrain Grand Prix Results Revealed Verstappen Dominates, Alonso Surprises: Exciting Bahrain Grand Prix Results Revealed