FP3 Report & Highlights from the 2022 British Grand Prix: Verstappen Dominant Beats Crimson Bull 1-2 in Remaining Match Earlier than British Grand Prix Qualifiers

Max Verstappen came back from a low Friday to set up a quick pace and beat Red Bull one-two in the final game at Silverstone.

The championship lead hit the 27,901 1-minute mark, an impressive four-tenths ahead of teammate Sergio Perez in second, with Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari in third, falling a few more percentage points back when the forecast rain ended. .

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Mercedes’ upgrade appears to have drawn them closer to the top two teams, George Russell getting the better of teammate Lewis Hamilton, the top five separated by six tenths of a second to set up an intriguing qualifying round. guide.

Carlo Sainz was not satisfied with the level of bounce in high-speed corners, the Spaniard telling his Ferrari team it was no better than yesterday.

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Max
Verstappen
VER
Red bull racing

1: 27,901

2


Sergio
Perez
EVERY
Red bull racing

+0.410 seconds

3


Charles
Leclerc
LE OTHER
Ferrari

+0.447 seconds

4


George
Russell
RUSSIA
Mercedes

+ 0.525 seconds

5


Lewis
Hamilton
HAM
Mercedes

+ 0.587 seconds

The Ferrari driver, making his second appearance in Canada, is sixth, with McLaren’s Lando Norris once again impressing in seventh, albeit 1.2 seconds behind.

Alfa Romeo’s Valtteri Bottas was only a fraction behind in eighth place, with Haas hitting a massive overnight profit as Mick Schumacher finished in a solid ninth. Fernando Alonso finished the top 10, which included seven different teams.

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Esteban Ocon is just behind at 11th place, Alpine gets more impressive activity updates after the team found some solutions overnight.

Sebastian Vettel is the leader of Aston Martin at 12th place, 4 places and 10 places behind teammate Lance Stroll, and Zhou Guanyu is 13th.

Highlights of FP3: British Grand Prix

Williams was completely satisfied with the performance of their significantly upgraded car, which only Alex Albon was running – with the Thai driver finishing 14th.

AlphaTauri continues to struggle, as expected, in Silverstone’s quick sweeps, with Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda 17th and 19th, with Daniel Ricciardo in the middle and Nicholas Latifi raising the clock in old Williams.

Qualifiers take place at 1500 local time, with forecasts indicating the possibility of rain.

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