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Ocon hit wall twice but kept 'pedal to the metal' in Saudi quali lap

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Esteban Ocon admitted that he hit the wall twice but kept "pedal to the metal" on his way to qualifying sixth for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Alpine has capitalised on a more competitive weekend at Jeddah, with both drivers making it through to the final part of qualifying. But Ocon says he thought his qualifying session was over when he hit the wall twice on his fast lap in Q3. "I hit the wall twice my fastest lap twice on one and at the last corner. So I thought that was it, I thought I broke something," he told media, including "I kept pedal to the metal thinking it would have been okay but...
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