Charles Leclerc put in a last-gasp flying effort to sweep all three practice sessions in Saudi Arabia, Max Verstappen finishing just behind him in FP3.

    With his final effort, Ferrari's championship leader Leclerc set a lap of 1m 29.735s, which was 0.033s ahead of Verstappen's best time.

    A further 0.098s behind Leclerc was Verstappen's Red Bull team mate Sergio Perez in third, with Carlos Sainz setting the fourth-fastest time of the session – Red Bull and Ferrari going toe-to-toe once again.

    FP3: Leclerc leads Verstappen by 0.033s in final practice at Jeddah

    Pierre Gasly finished seventh but missed the last part of practice with a clutch issue that saw him stop at the pit lane exit.

    Watch the highlights from FP3 in the video above to see how the session unfolded.

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