When Verstappen's car was having issues with the DRS, why was it that Checo was not even given a crack at winning the race for Red Bull?
Max Verstappen finished third in FP1 and sixth in FP2 while Sergio Perez finished eighth in FP2 as the 2022 Spanish Grand Prix weekend began.
Max is currently 19 points behind Leclerc in the standings, with Red Bull six points behind Ferrari in the constructors' title.
The Ferrari F1-75 has higher downforce and drag, allowing it to thrive in low/medium speed curves, under acceleration, and in traction zones.
Red Bull might have had better results if not for the engine issue faced by Sergio Perez during the Miami Grand Prix.
Checo and Carola exchanged their vows on June 3, 2018 with Perez proposing to his future bride on August 13, 2017.
Pérez was a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy until 2012. Having previously driven for Sauber, McLaren, Force India, and Racing Point.
Red Bull dominated in Ferrari's backyard as Max Verstappen came first, 16 seconds ahead of his teammate Sergi Perez in P2.
Not only did his drivers achieve a 1-2 finish, but Verstappen also won the sprint race and got the fastest lap at the Grand Prix.
The Dutchman won the Sprint on Saturday and led off the line on Sunday, with teammate Perez joining him at the front.