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Verstappen drops out of Saudi Arabia qualifying

The Red Bull driver reported a problem with his car during a run in the second part of qualifying for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Max Verstappen will start outside of the top 10 for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, after suffering from a problem midway through qualifying. The Red Bull driver reported a problem with his car on the second run during Q2, with onboards appearing to show a loss of power. RacingNews365.com understands that it is a driveshaft issue that caused him to drop out of the session. He managed to return to the pits, but after some frantic work in the garage he stepped out of the car and ended his session with five minutes to go. At the moment he starts the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix from P15, bar any other penalties that could be issued.

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