Charles Leclerc tops FP2 session


F1 Azerbaijan GP FP3 LIVE: The FP2 session has ended and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc topped the charts after an amazing drive on the streets of Baku. He was followed by both the Red Bull drivers as Perez claimed the second spot followed by Verstappen. Meanwhile, Mercedes still continued to struggle, and also the excessive bouncing didn’t help their cause. Follow Formula 1 Live Updates on InsideSport.IN.

Charles Leclerc was the quickest in the FP2 session after a scintillating drive as he kept his cool to stay at the top. Both the Red Bulls were tailing the Monegasque driver but couldn’t catch him as they finished second and third in the FP2 session.

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The Spaniard in the form of Fernando Alonso took home the fourth spot and was followed by Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz, who managed to settle for the fifth position. AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly had a great day in the office as he claimed the sixth spot.

F1 Azerbaijan GP FP2: FP2 classification of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

George Russell in his W13 challenger for Mercedes could only manage to take the seventh spot as he too succumbed to excessive bouncing on the straight. Yuki Tsunoda had to settle for the eighth position and he was followed by Alpine’s Esteban Ocon in the ninth spot.

McLaren’s Lando Norris showed improvement in the FP2 session and could only manage a tenth-place finish overall. He was followed by the veteran driver Sebastian Vettel, who took home the eleventh spot.

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The seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton dropped positions and was reeling behind in the twelfth spot. He was followed by Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll in the thirteenth spot and was followed by Daniel Ricciardo in the fourteenth position.

The Australian has been lately criticized by many ex-drivers and pundits as he desperately needs a good result under his belt. Alfa Romeo’s Valtteri Bottas had to settle to fifteenth place finish and was followed by his teammate Guanyu Zhou in the fifteenth position.

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Kevin Magnussen couldn’t do much as he claimed the seventeenth position. William’s Alex Albon took home the eighteenth spot and he was followed by Haas’ Mick Schumacher in the nineteenth spot.

It was looking like Mick was running short on confidence while driving and it showed on the track also. He was not so comfortable at the turns and thus couldn’t make much of an impact. He was the first driver to sit out in the FP1 session due to water leakage.

Last but not the least, Nicholas Latifi finished last in the FP2 session as he also couldn’t make much of an impact. He was the second driver in the FP1 session who sat out because he lost the power of his car. Both Mick and Latifi are desperate for track time and good results under their belt as they have been taking a lot of heat from their respected teams.

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