Dutch Grand Prix – Saturday Qualifying

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Both pilots waited for a while before going out onto the track. In the first run Carlos records 1’11″767 and Charles sets a time of 1’12″125. The Monaco pilot goes again and improves to 1’11”443. Both make it to Q2.


Both Ferrari drivers take to the track on used sets of soft tyres. Carlos runs a time of 1’11″591 and Charles 1’11″727. Both then improve on new sets of soft tires. The Spanish pilot’s time is 1’10″814, Charles recorded 1’10″988. Both advance to Q3.


In the final shootout, Charles and Carlos have two sets of new soft tires at their disposal. Charles Leclerc is fastest with 1’10″363, while Carlos Sainz is fourth with 1’10″747. In his last run, the Monaco driver improved to 1’10″363, although he failed to improve in Sector 2. Max Verstappen benefits from this and gains the field by 21 thousandths with a 1’10″342. Carlos Sainz is also very close, finishing third with a time of 1’10″434.


Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished first and fourth fastest in the third and final free practice session for the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort.

3 – GP NETHERLANDS F1/2022 – SABATO 03/09/2022 credit: @Scuderia Ferrari Press Office

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Both drivers started practice on the soft set of tyres, Charles clocking a time of 1’12″720 and Carlos 1’12″917. They then pitted for a new set of soft tires and both improved their times. Carlos Sainz set a time of 1’11″971, while Leclerc recorded 1’11″632. Towards the end of the hour, they took on more fuel to simulate racing conditions. The Monaco pilot completed a total of 20 laps, three more than his teammate.

Source: Scuderia Ferrari

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