Bahrain F1 GP

It was a perfect start to 2023 for Verstappen, whose first win in Bahrain never looked in doubt as he led home teammate Sergio Perez by 12 seconds for a Red Bull one-two.
A second F1 podium for the team and Fernando's first for AMF1 on a magical debut, Lance's valiant fight to secure sixth place, and the team's highest-scoring Grand Prix weekend. An unforgettable race under the lights for Aston Martin... Fernando battling up the order, pulling off stunning moves in the race to finish in third place on his AMF1 debut. Lance, still recovering from injuries sustained in a cycling accident just two weeks ago, fighting valiantly to secure a sixth-place finish in the season opener.
Alonso was aided in his run to the podium by a retirement for Charles Leclerc, whose Ferrari suffered a suspected engine failure in the closing stages.
Seven-time world champion Hamilton took fifth ahead of the second Aston Martin of Lance Stroll, who is still recovering from breaking his wrist and toe in a pre-season cycling accident. Russell finished seventh ahead of Alfa Romeo’s Valtteri Bottas and Alpine’s Esteban Ocon, while Alex Albon sealed a point for Williams to round out the top-10.

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