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Leclerc keeps Ferrari ahead in FP2 for Hungarian F1 GP

Charles Leclerc stored Ferrari ahead in the second apply session of the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix, which happened this Friday (29) on the Hungaroring circuit in Budapest.

Carlos Sainz was quickest in FP1, however completed third in afternoon apply. McLaren’s Lando Norris changed Ferrari in P2. Sainz was P3 and Max Verstappen P4. Daniel Ricciardo accomplished an excellent day for McLaren in fifth place.

Leclerc keeps Ferrari ahead in FP2 for Hungarian F1 GP

Charles Leclerc stored Ferrari ahead in the second apply session of the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix, which happened this Friday (29) on the Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. The Monegasque rider clocked 1:18.445 in the tender to be quickest in the one-hour session in the recent and sunny circumstances on the Hungarorig.

Carlos Sainz was quickest in FP1, however completed third in afternoon apply. McLaren’s Lando Norris changed Ferrari in P2. Sainz was P3 and Max Verstappen P4. Daniel Ricciardo accomplished an excellent day for McLaren in fifth place.

The climate forecast calls for rain and cooler temperatures for qualifying and remaining apply on Saturday.

Alpine’s Fernando Alonso was sixth, whereas the soon-to-be-retired Sebastian Vettel had considered one of his best Fridays as Aston Martin completed seventh.

Mercedes achieved a double podium end in France, however the probability of repeating such a outcome in Hungary seems slim after Friday’s apply.

George Russell complained that the W13 went eighth general, nine-tenths off the tempo of Leclerc, whereas eight-time Hungarian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton completed eleventh.

Both drivers have been additionally considerably off the tempo in the medium tire races firstly of the session, and Leclerc additionally had the benefit.

Valtteri Bottas returned to motion after lacking FP1, whereas Robert Kubica led and accomplished the highest 10.

His Alfa Romeo crew’s Zhou Guanyu was twelfth ahead of final yr’s race winner Esteban Ocon, whereas Lance Stroll was 14th for Aston Martin.

AlphaTauri, Haas and Williams completed in the back of the grid.

Pierre Gasly was fifteenth ahead of Kevin Magnussen, who continued his apprenticeship in the Ferrari-inspired Haas VF-22.

Mick Schumacher, ex-Haas, was seventeenth, whereas Nicholas Latifi overtook Yuki Tsunoda in 18th.

Alexander Albon completed in the back of the sphere after a spin in Turn 1 jeopardized his schedule.

Formula 1 returns this Saturday (30) at 8am with the ultimate apply for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Watch the FP2 Timing for the Hungarian F1 GP:

1) Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 1’18.445
2) Lando Norris (McLaren/Mercedes) 1’18.662
3) Carlos Sainz Jr. (Ferrari) 1’18.676
4) Max Verstappen (Red Bull) 1’18.728
5) Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren/Mercedes) 1’18.872
6) Fernando Alonso (Alpine/Renault) 1’19.049
7) Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin/Mercedes) 1’19.253
8) George Russell (Mercedes) 1’19.355
9) Sergio Perez (Red Bull) 1’19.397
10) Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo/Ferrari) 1’19.411
11) Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 1’19.547
12) Zhou Guanyu (Alfa Romeo/Ferrari) 1’19.605
13) Esteban Ocon (Alpine/Renault) 1’19.614
14) Lance Stroll (Aston Martin/Mercedes) 1’19.702
15) Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri/Red Bull) 1’19.730
16) Kevin Magnussen (Haas/Ferrari) 1’19.818
17) Mick Schumacher (Haas/Ferrari) 1’19.985
18) Nicholas Latifi (Williams/Mercedes) 1’20.488
19) Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri/Red Bull) 1’20.521
20) Alexander Albon (Williams/Mercedes) 1’20.615

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