At a circuit that's new to most of the drivers on the grid – especially since the development of the new banked corners – track time was at a premium at Zandvoort in Friday practice for the Dutch Grand Prix.

    It was even more so after a 35-minute stoppage in FP1 when Sebastian Vettel's Aston Martin AMR21 stopped on track with a failure – and just five minutes after FP2 got under way, Lewis Hamilton was the one crawling to a halt with a fault on his Mercedes W12 which kept him out of the rest of the session having logged just three laps.

    FP2 REPORT: Leclerc leads Ferrari 1-2 in second practice at Zandvoort, as Hamilton completes just three laps

    Once running resumed it was the Ferraris who set the pace with Charles Leclerc leading a Scuderia 1-2 ahead of Carlos Sainz – though home hero Max Verstappen suffered with traffic and was unable to get a full clean flying lap in.

    Hit play on the video above to see all the action from the second session of the weekend at the seaside circuit.