Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2024

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Guven clinches double pole for Porsche Sprints

Ayhancan Guven will start from pole position in both races of this weekend’s Porsche Sprint Challenge Middle East, being held in support of the F1 Rolex Sakhir Grand Prix.

Guven clinched the leading grid position for race one after setting the fastest lap time in today’s Qualifying session of 1min 14.209secs around BIC’s 3.543km Outer Track. He then also had the best second-fastest lap from all runners of 1min 14.220s, which earned him pole for the second sprint.



Lucas Groeneveld will start alongside Guven on the front row for the first race, while Julian Hanses and Jesse Van Kuijk will be behind them on row two. Groeneveld was also the leading qualifier in the Pro-Am category, while Eddy Waldhier led all participants in the Am class.

Bahrainis Shaikh Ali bin Mohammed Al Khalifa (Pro-Am) and Shaikh Jaber bin Ali Al Khalifa (Am) will begin race one from eighth and 10th, position, respectively.



For race two, Guven will be next to Hanses at the front, with Groeneveld starting from third and Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer in fourth.

Groeneveld and Waldhier will once again be the leaders at the start in their categories, whereas Shaikh Ali and Shaikh Jaber will begin from the same grid positions.

The weekend’s first 17-lap race will be held later this evening at 6.30pm, while race two will take place Sunday at 4.30pm.