ICYMI: Go behind the scenes with the best social media from the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

JEDDAH CORNICHE CIRCUIT, SAUDI ARABIA - MARCH 16: Charles Leclerc, Ferrari SF-23 during the Saudi

It was another dramatic Grand Prix weekend in Saudi Arabia with frenetic track action and some post-race podium drama. Understandable, then, if you missed what social media had to offer. Here are some of the highlights...

No Perez, no party

Sergio Perez proved quick on and off the track on Sunday, showing another turn of pace to avoid the blasts of Red Bull as the team celebrated their one-two...


It was a podium finish, then it wasn’t, then it was again. Either way, nothing could stop the celebrations at Aston Martin after Fernando Alonso’s fine drive to P3.

Russell ommmm point

George Russell clearly wanted to have his head in gear before the track action began this weekend. You know you’re allowed to sit down when you meditate, George?

Caption that

Carlos Sainz has a well-known bromance with Lando Norris, but what happened here to leave his former team mate looking displeased? Lance Stroll certainly enjoyed it...


F1 drivers were greeted by a blustery Jeddah paddock last weekend, prompting Yuki Tsunoda to take decisive action to keep his head of hair in check.

Drop the mic

Stroll was also on high alert as he humorously batted away a “very sneaky” attempt to listen in on his conversation with Aston Martin team mate Alonso. Hopefully that makes the cut in next season’s Drive To Survive...

Mind the cap

A backwards cap club emerged amongst the drivers during the Thursday press conferences, but Valtteri Bottas was one man with other ideas.

Ferrari’s art class

Sainz and Ferrari team mate Charles Leclerc got arty by painting each other for a Sky Sports F1 feature. Judging by Leclerc’s reaction to Sainz’s effort, perhaps the Spaniard should stick to driving...

Flag pole position

Proving that Formula 1 is a truly global sport, reigning world champ Max Verstappen demonstrated some impressive world geography knowledge. Team mate Perez would probably never have forgiven him if he hadn’t got Mexico right…


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