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2018 Italian Grand Prix - Free practice

2018 Italian Grand Prix - Free practice

WET CONDITIONS IN FP1 AND AN INTERRUPTED FP2 AS SEBASTIAN VETTEL GOES FASTEST FOR FERRARI, WITH JUST OVER AN HOUR OF DRY RUNNING 

ALL FIVE AVAILABLE PIRELLI TYRES RUN TODAY: 
WET, INTERMEDIATE, MEDIUM, SOFT AND SUPERSOFT

MIXED CONDITIONS AND DELAYS MAKE IT HARD TO COLLECT RELEVANT DATA, WITH WEATHER STILL UNCERTAIN UP OVER THE WEEKEND

MARIO ISOLA - HEAD OF CAR RACING

 “From the point of view of data collection, it wasn’t an easy day, as there was really only an hour or so of dry running without interruptions. This means that the teams had to adjust their strategies and compress their programmes in order to maximise that period of time, especially because conditions are expected to be quite uncertain for the rest of the weekend. On FP1, the Teams were able to work on the crossover point between wet and slick tyres, while on FP2 they do some long runs, despite the red flag period, and to understand the gap between the compounds”.

 FREE PRACTICE 1 – TOP 3 TIMES

FREE PRACTICE 2 – TOP 3 TIMES

FP1 - BEST TIME BY COMPOUND

FP2 - BEST TIME BY COMPOUND 

MOST LAPS BY COMPOUND SO FAR

TYRE STATISTICS OF THE DAY

* The above number gives the total amount of kilometres driven in FP1 and FP2 today, all drivers combined.

** Per compound, all drivers combined.

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