GP Arabia F1 the Gazzetta report cards

The Dutchman from Red Bull is impervious to all the Red Bull controversies. Bearman drives like a consummate driver on his debut and deserves 9. Ricciardo disappoints 5, Stroll hits the wall after 7 laps and deserves 4

The Arabian GP was yet another showcase for Max Verstappen who dominated and is already on the run in the World Championship. Red Bull dominates with second place for Sergio Perez. Ferrari confirmed itself as the second force of the World Championship with third place for Charles Leclerc. But the great protagonist with Verstappen was Oliver Bearman, capable of taking home a seventh place on his F1 debut, catapulted into Sainz’s car due to the Spaniard’s appendicitis.