Italian GP Practice One: Charles Leclerc ahead, Sergio Perez crashesCat:未分類

The Charles Leclerc of ferrari set the pace to the Italian GP weekend on a drying Monza track in the end of an incident-filled opening practice session

Following an overnight storm and then morning rain, the fastest circuit of F1 had been reduced on grip during the 90 minutes of running and drivers found the going very ambitious. His twitch Point was dropped by sergio Perez, Kimi Raikkonen beached his Alfa Romeo, and motorists spun or conducted wide. The circuit dried and motorists were able to utilize slick tyres, shuffling the timesheet. Nevertheless, it was F1’s new race winner – and the weekend’s most favourite for the race win – who topped the charts, together with Leclerc’s final lap carrying him to a best lap of 1:27.905. Sky F1’s Italian GP TV occasions The Most Current Martin Brundle pillar Watch the race on NOW TV for #9.99 McLaren pair Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris finished third and second respectively. World championship leader Lewis Hamilton was with Alex Albon the Red Bull in fifth. Drivers are caught by tricky Monza out Raikkonen has been the first driver to spin into the gravel because he put the power down to exit the Parabolica, Monza’s fast and long corner. Following a red flag to retrieve the Finn’s car, another one was triggered by Racing Point Perez when he struck the obstacles exiting the Ascari chicane. “We had the red flag so I had been in the period of warming up the tyres, which were chilly,” Perez told Sky F1. “It is tough to find grip with this particular mill, but perhaps not a great deal of drivers have crashed. “It is obviously quite hard on the market, the grip is pretty low.” More to follow… Do not miss the GP this weekend. Find out more here to subscribe Read more here: