Ricciardo takes out her breast to dominate the free seconds

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Daniel Ricciardo has sent a clear message in the second free practice session of the Monaco GP: Red Bull works and is ready to give war to the Mercedes. With the Ferrari quite a lot more back than expected, it was the australian who took the best lap of the day, and not only that, but they depicted a race pace very good. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were left with the second and the third time, while Max Verstappen was fourth, very close to Rosberg.

This second session was as much or more rugged than the first. Romain Grosjean, first, and then Ryo Haryanto, after, they destroyed their respective cars after colliding with the shields. In both cases, and with few meters difference, it was at the exit of the legendary tunnel of Monaco, without further consequences that the destruction of the Haas and the Manor, and two safety cars virtual.

After, was turn to Sebastian Vettel, which in the descent to Mirabeau gave it a spin and touched, almost no damage, with guards in the rear of his Ferrari. This was the first of the three he had on the day, although all of them without more. In the absence of 25 minutes, turn to Kevin Magnussen: entered Anthony Noghés, when it slammed against the wall. Although the event more surreal was that it left a small hole in the chassis to Lewis Hamilton: the hydraulic jack had lifted the nose of his Mercedes was released and hit the top of this, he made a small gap.

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In regards to the spaniards, it was bittersweet. Carlos Sainz ended with the sixth fastest time and very good pace, even behind his team mate Daniil Kvyat, while Fernando Alonso has not passed the twelfth time. For the McLaren it was not a very positive for them, although everything suggests that it will be able to go through to Q3.

time Table Free 2 Grand Prix Mónaco

Pos. Piloto Dorsal Equipo Tiempo Gap Laps
1 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 3 Red Bull 01′ 14″607 0 39
2 Gran Bretaña Lewis Hamilton 44 Mercedes 01′ 15″213 +0.606 35
3 Alemania Nico Rosberg 6 Mercedes 01′ 15″506 +0.899 47
4 Países Bajos Max Verstappen 33 Red Bull 01′ 15″571 +0.964 41
5 Rusia Daniil Kvyat 26 Toro Rosso 01′ 15″815 +1.208 52
6 España Carlos Sainz 55 Toro Rosso 01′ 15″981 +1.374 53
7 Finlandia Kimi Raikkonen 7 Ferrari 01′ 16″040 +1.433 37
8 México Sergio Perez 11 Force India 01′ 16″120 +1.513 47
9 Alemania Sebastian Vettel 5 Ferrari 01′ 16″269 +1.662 39
10 Gran Bretaña Jenson Button 22 McLaren 01′ 16″325 +1.718 45
11 Alemania Nico Hulkenberg 27 Force India 01′ 16″487 +1.880 48
12 España Fernando Alonso 14 McLaren 01′ 16″723 +2.116 42
13 México Esteban Gutiérrez 21 Haas F1 Team 01′ 16″782 +2.175 39
14 Finlandia Valtteri Bottas 77 Williams 01′ 16″849 +2.242 46
15 Francia Romain Grosjean 8 Haas F1 Team 01’16″874 +2.267 22
16 Brasil Felipe Massa 19 Williams 01′ 17″286 +2.679 41
17 Dinamarca Kevin Magnussen 20 Renault 01′ 17″530 +2.923 29
18 Suecia Marcus Ericsson 9 Sauber 01′ 17″562 +2.955 38
19 Gran Bretaña Jolyon Palmer 30 Renault 01′ 17″761 +3.154 23
20 Brasil Felipe Nasr 12 Sauber 01′ 17″999 +3.392 48
21 Indonesia Rio Haryanto 88 Manor F1 01′ 18″647 +4.040 10
22 Alemania Pascal Wehrlein 94 Manor F1 01′ 18″814 +4.207 45