Ricciardo repeats and confirms the candidacy of Red Bull

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the characteristics of The Hungaroring will come very well to Red Bull, and as proof of this Daniel Ricciardo repeated, with the best time that before had marked in the morning session. The australian was the best of a session in which the Mercedes and the Ferrari were a step behind.

The session was stop for several minutes by a serious fright Pascal Wehrlein. The German lost control at the same point where, in the first session, Antonio Giovinazzi came out. As in the first case, the blow was more shocking than serious, although the pilot of the Sauber visited the medical centre to check that all was well.

despite the downturn, did not change too much the plan of the equipment. The back, for example, focused on stretch tires superblandos, that point to be the race given the temperatures that are planned. Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz shot for a while virtually in the same times, and in fact ended up next to each other, both in the ‘top 10’.

There was a session free of troubles for McLaren, as it could not be otherwise. Stoffel Vandoorne asked him to return slowly to the box before the end of the session, while he could only say, “there is a noise very strange”.

Nor ended the shoot Jolyon Palmer, in which a new demonstration that the Formula 1 comes the big one, crashed in the final curve of the circuit. Two sessions, two accidents.

time Table Free 2 Grand Prix Hungría

Pos. Piloto Dorsal Equipo Tiempo Gap Laps
1 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 3 Red Bull 01′ 18″455 0 32
2 Alemania Sebastian Vettel 5 Ferrari 01′ 18″638 +0.183 28
3 Finlandia Valtteri Bottas 77 Mercedes 01′ 18″656 +0.201 33
4 Finlandia Kimi Raikkonen 7 Ferrari 01′ 18″755 +0.300 28
5 Gran Bretaña Lewis Hamilton 44 Mercedes 01′ 18″779 +0.324 31
6 Países Bajos Max Verstappen 33 Red Bull 01′ 18″951 +0.496 25
7 Alemania Nico Hülkenberg 27 Renault 01′ 19″714 +1.259 33
8 España Fernando Alonso 14 McLaren 01′ 19″815 +1.360 31
9 España Carlos Sainz 55 Toro Rosso 01′ 19″834 +1.379 35
10 Bélgica Stoffel Vandoorne 2 McLaren 01′ 19″909 +1.454 18
11 Francia Esteban Ocon 31 Force India 01′ 20″126 +1.671 34
12 México Sergio Perez 11 Force India 01′ 20″266 +1.811 33
13 Rusia Daniil Kvyat 26 Toro Rosso 01′ 20″577 +2.122 37
14 Canadá Lance Stroll 18 Williams 01′ 20″791 +2.336 31
15 Brasil Felipe Massa 19 Williams 01′ 20″869 +2.414 22
16 Gran Bretaña Jolyon Palmer 30 Renault 01′ 21″175 +2.720 12
17 Dinamarca Kevin Magnussen 20 Haas F1 Team 01′ 21″345 +2.890 11
18 Francia Romain Grosjean 8 Haas F1 Team 01′ 21″504 +3.049 25
19 Suecia Marcus Ericsson 9 Sauber 01′ 21″559 +3.104 31
20 Alemania Pascal Wehrlein 94 Sauber 01′ 21″722 +3.267 16