Formula 1 – Brazilian GP Practice: Valterri Bottas Overcomes Lewis Hamilton
Valtteri Bottas driven Lewis Hamilton to a Mercedes one-two in second practice at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Bottas was simply 0.003secs speedier than Hamilton, and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was only 0.073secs off the pace in third.
However, Ferrari, who still have any desires for wresting the constructors’ title from Mercedes, demonstrated significantly more grounded pace in race trim.
Hamilton: Mercedes still working on car issues in Brazil: Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes is continuing to work on solving its recent performance issues at the Brazilian Grand Prix. https://t.co/BNhmgdTMgd #Cars #Autos #Automotive
— Autotestdrivers.com (@Autotestdrivers) November 9, 2018
Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg had an overwhelming accident at the dubious Juncao corner.
The tight left-hander is a standout amongst the most vital curves on the track, as it leads on to the long, tough pit straight. Hulkenberg ran somewhat wide and held his foot down as the auto kept running off the kerb on to the grass, which pitched him into the divider.
It’s looking very close between Ferrari and Mercedes at the #BrazilGP
And both Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are up for the fight.
— Sky Sports F1 ? (@SkySportsF1) November 9, 2018
The episode drew out the warning for six minutes as the destruction was cleared. It was the main real episode in the session.
The Red Bulls of Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen were fourth and fifth, in front of Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, with Haas’ Romain Grosjean best of the rest in front of Sauber’s Charles Leclerc.
#LewisHamilton and #SebastianVettel expect a close battle at the #BrazilianGP after a fiercely competitive opening to the weekend. #Mercedes, #Ferrari and #RedBull all appeared to be extremely evenly matched in Friday’s practice sessions #Formula1 #outdoorsportchannel pic.twitter.com/pAdqVB89Yd
— OutdoorSportChannel® (@OutdoorSportCha) November 9, 2018
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