Sergio Perez took pole position for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix as team-mate Max Verstappen had a drivetrain problem which left him down in 15th place.
Verstappen, who won the season-opener in Bahrain, was the big favourite to start the race from first place after topping all three practice sessions.
Ad However, during Q2, his drivetrain failed so the reigning world champion will start 15th for the Grand Prix on Sunday. Saudi Arabian Grand PrixVerstappen sets pace at FP2 ahead of Saudi Arabian Grand PrixYESTERDAY AT 19:01 Red Bull still took pole position as Perez’s first effort in Q3 was 0.155 seconds faster than Charles Leclerc.
But, the Ferrari driver will start from 12th due to a 10-place grid penalty for going over the limit of two for control electronics usage in the season.Read more on eurosport.com