[F1] – Good afternoon dear readers of FormulaPassion.it and welcome back with the appointment dedicated to the direct text of the second free practice session on Hungarian Grand Prix 2021, eleventh stage of the Formula 1 world championship.
Session in progress
15.20 – Vettel with soft rubber moves to second position at 88 thousandths from Hamilton.
15.18 – Rear balance problems for Verstappen in defining because he cannot be precise when changing direction.
15.16 – Hamilton takes the lead: 1’18 ″ 140.
15.14 – Extend Bottas at the top: 1’18 ″ 248 and 174 thousandths of an hour ahead of Verstappen.
Bottas is in top spot at the moment with a 1: 18.376
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15.12 – Verstappen moves to 46 thousandths from Bottas improving in all sectors.
15.10 – Perez moves fourth on the same tire with his direct rivals, 595 thousandths behind Bottas.
15.08 – Verstappen is second at 205 thousandths from Bottas with the best partial in the third sector.
15.06 – Hamilton confirms himself behind Bottas three tenths of a second behind.
15.04 – With the same yellow tire Alonso is two tenths ahead of Leclerc, but it is Bottas with the averages who improves by one second in 1’18 ″ 376.
15.02 – Charles Leclerc is launched with medium tires.
15.00 – Green light at the end of the pit lane. Immediately on the track Kimi Raikkonen who this morning gave way to Robert Kubica.
14.55 – Question and answer on the Red Bull appeal rejected by the FIA between Christian Horner and Toto Wolff.
14.50 – Arthur Leclerc took pole position in F3 Qualifying.
14.45 – 32 ° C the air temperature, 63 ° C that of the asphalt.
14.30 – Here all the data that emerged from the telemetry study during PL1. Red Bull certainly didn’t squeeze Verstappen’s power unit, Ferrari started the weekend on the right foot.
14.15 – Max Verstappen preceded Valtteri Bottas by 61 thousandths.
14.00 – Let’s start our chronicle by starting from what happened in the morning.
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