Sport Leclerc with the best time in the second training session-Vettel improves
Berger: Ferrari not ready for title fight, but Leclerc is
Gerhard Berger believes Ferrari are lacking some of Red Bull's strengths when it comes to a championship fightThe veteran F1 racer, now DTM promoter, Berger believes Ferrari aren’t quite ready to win championships, but star driver Charles Leclerc is.
The Ferrari pilots Leclerc and Sainz highly hold the pressure on world champion Max Verstappen at the beginning of the Formula 1 weekend in Hungary.
The Ferrari pilots Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz keep the pressure on world champion Max Verstappen high at the beginning of the Formula 1 weekend in Hungary. After the Spaniard Sainz had set the best time in the first free training session, Leclerc (Monaco) could not be stopped in the second unit on Friday afternoon. With a time of 1: 18.445 minutes, the 24-year-old made the fastest round.
Is Leclerc too error-prone? | Ferrari snap back at 'unfair' suggestion
Ferrari say it is "unfair" to say Charles Leclerc makes too many mistakes to beat Max Verstappen, despite the Monegasque's crash at the French GP.Leclerc crashed out while unopposed in the lead in Sunday's Paul Ricard race, handing the race victory - and a whopping 63-point title lead - to his main rival Max Verstappen.
for the Dutchman Verstappen in the Red Bull it was only enough fourth, its gap to Leclerc was almost three tenths of a second. Sainz finished third in the second training session behind the again strong British Lando Norris in the McLaren.
Sebastian Vettel (Heppenheim), who surprised on Thursday with the announcement of his career end after the season, was improved and drove the seventh place in Aston Martin. Mick Schumacher (Haas) had to be content with 17th place.
didn't get going at all. The silver-arrow pilots George Russell (eighth) and record world champion Lewis Hamilton (eleventh/both Great Britain) did not hold with the tip.
On Saturday, the Formula 1 pilots allegedly expect completely different conditions. The weather forecast predicts rain and lower temperatures for the third training session (2 p.m.) and qualifying (5 p.m./both Sky). This could significantly shift the balance of power.
Lewis Hamilton: Sebastian Vettel ‘one of few who made sure I didn’t feel lonely’ in F1 .
Lewis Hamilton says Sebastian Vettel made an effort to ensure that he did not feel lonely in Formula 1.Hamilton and Vettel debuted in Formula 1 in the same season, Hamilton contesting his rookie campaign with McLaren in 2007, while Vettel made his debut at the United States Grand Prix with BMW Sauber that year.