WATCH: Ride onboard with Max Verstappen on his way to the 21st pole position of his career in Bahrain


Max Verstappen put in a storming final lap in Saturday evening’s qualifying session in Bahrain to seal pole position for Sunday's season opening Grand Prix – the 21st pole position of his career.

Verstappen was already on provisional pole when he set a time of 1m 29.846s on his final run, to lead his team mate Sergio Perez by 0.138s. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc finished 0.292s away in third.

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Hit play above to ride onboard with Verstappen on his way to pole under the lights of the Bahrain International Circuit, as he looks to claim his first win at this circuit in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix, which starts at 1800 local time.


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