Spa-Francorchamps: Charles Leclerc has resumed lifting his teammate Sebastian Vettel as Ferrari dominated the two training sessions this weekend called the & # 39; Grand Prix & # 39; in Belgium.
The two Ferraris were high in pre-Mercedes duo Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton on a warm and humid afternoon at the Spa-Francorchamps in the Ardennes.
Leclerc led the way up the ladder in one minute and 44.123 seconds to win the fourth world title Vettel in six seconds, as Ferrari continued the afternoon where they left off the performance this morning, when German Vettel led. the Monegasque.
Bottas, confirmed Thursday that he will remain with Mercedes next season, only eight of the above-quarters of a second, just ahead of Hamilton.
The match ended unexpectedly when Sergio Perez's car was stopped by a fire around the smoke system. Virtual Security Vehicles were deployed and the action was highlighted in red, with the remaining two minutes of the session not restarted.
Meziko Perez has been working with Mercedes power reform, as well as Vettel and champion Hamilton, the latter having problems in his new morning.
Perez came in fifth, ahead of Max Verstappen of Red Bull and Alfa Romeo Kimi Raikkonen, while Lance Stroll placed eighth ahead of Renault's Daniel Ricciardo and his new teammate Alexander Albon, who placed 10th.
"It was a beautiful day and I feel at home with the boys – it was great for me," said the English-born Albon after his first day at Red Bull. I could feel the extra G forces and it was a good day for me.
The match ended in warm weather with few events preparing for the first competition since the summer break in Europe.
Perez's fire follows an incredible report from Stroll about how he could smell the burning of his sister's car as he came to a stop.
Ferrari was the only major team and engine dealer who did not show up at a hospital this weekend.
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