Charles Leclerc & VCarlos Sainz signed Formula One display – 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix – Ferrari – AFTAL OnlineCOA
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Charles Leclerc & Carlos Sainz
You are viewing a Fabulous Formula One autograph presentation personally signed by Ferrari Racing Drivers Charles Leclerc & Carlos Sainz
Both drivers have signed their autographs in black marker pen on Tops Turbo Attax trading cards that have been set in a black frame with red velvet photo mount with photo images from the 2022 Bahrain Grand Prix win and engraved plaque with relant details.
The race started at 18:00 local time on 20 March, ran under overhead lights and lasted for 57 laps.
At the start, Leclerc remained ahead of Verstappen at the first turn. Sainz remained in third place, with Pérez being passed by Hamilton and Magnussen. Bottas, who began at sixth, fell to 14th within the first lap. Schumacher and Ocon collided on the first lap, which resulted in a five-second penalty for Ocon. Pérez passed Magnussen and Hamilton to return to fourth position.
Hamilton entered the pit lane on lap 9, becoming the first driver of the race to do so, and reentered the race in twelfth. Verstappen, still behind Leclerc, pitted on lap 14, along with Sainz, while Leclerc pitted a lap later. Verstappen passed Leclerc on lap 17 using DRS, but Leclerc regained first soon after.
On lap 19, Verstappen attempted to pass again, but locked up and overshot turn 1, allowing Leclerc to build a lead.
Leclerc maintained his lead, with Verstappen entering the pit lane on lap 31, followed by Leclerc a lap later. Sainz and Pérez both pitted on lap 34, followed by Verstappen pitting for a third time on lap 44, followed by Sainz and Hamilton. On lap 46, Gasly's car caught fire, which prompted the safety car until lap 51. When the race restarted, Leclerc maintained the lead over Verstappen. Verstappen radioed the pit crew to notify them he suspected he had a power unit issue. He was passed by Sainz and Hamilton, and on lap 54, he entered the pit lane to retire his car. On the final lap, Pérez suffered a fuel system issue, causing him to spin his car and retire. Leclerc and Sainz maintained first and second position, followed by Hamilton in third, through to the end of the race.