Checo Pérez repeated his spot on Friday by finishing fifth in second practice for the British Grand Prix
Red Bull once again dominated the second practice of the British Grand Prix, which opened this weekend with the sprint classification as they battled their first qualifying since noon on Friday.
mexican, Sergio Perez, finished fifth in the classification on Friday, as well as on Saturday morning, where he tested in the last minutes the red compound, which he will seek to exploit to the maximum during the scheduled 17 laps and improve his place on an important day.
Checo Pérez finished training in .898 out of ten from Verstappen, while placing second Charles Leclerc, which was 0.373 tenths of the Dutch and in third place the Spaniard Carlos Sainz, who scored 605 tenths in addition to the leader.
With the grid set to the 100km ‘race’ that will take place at Silverstone, Max Verstappen He achieved the best time with 1:29,902 by defeating Mercedes who finished first and third Lewis Hamilton s Lando Norris.
With day one set, the teams went into the pit to correct mistakes, some without risking too much, like the aforementioned Mercedes, since Saturday’s Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas They finished eighth and ninth behind McLaren, Ferrari and Red Bull and surprised Alpine with it Esteban Ocon.
Facing the new classification to determine the race’s starting grid, some teams decided to think about Sunday and work with race cadences and work with medium and hard vehicles.
The one who gave something to talk about again is English George Russell, who was aboard the humble Williams finished 11th.
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