HIGHLIGHTS: Watch the action from an intriguing second practice session at the Hungarian Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc made it a Ferrari double on Friday afternoon, with the Monegasque racer topping the timesheets of the second practice session at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.
On the soft tyres for the qualifying simulations, Leclerc set a time of 1m 18.445s to lead Lando Norris, in second, by 0.217s. Carlos Sainz, in the other Ferrari, was down in third, ahead of Max Verstappen in the Red Bull – with the top four covered by just 0.283s.
It was a good day for McLaren, with Daniel Ricciardo in fifth, ahead of Fernando Alonso, in the Alpine, followed by the Aston Martin of Sebastian Vettel in seventh.
However, it was a slow session for Mercedes, with George Russell in eighth and Lewis Hamilton in 11th – although his fastest run was curtailed by traffic. Between them was the Red Bull of Sergio Perez in ninth, with Valtteri Bottas rounding out the top-10.
There were no red flags in the session, although we did see a yellow flag in the first sector as Alex Albon spun off the track at Turn 1, although he was able to get going again.
Click on the video player above to relive the action from a fascinating second practice session in Budapest.