Charles Leclerc set the fastest time on the opening day of running in Budapest, as the Ferrari driver topped the timesheets in the second practice session with preparations ramping up ahead of this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.

    On his qualifying simulation run in FP2, Leclerc set a rapid time of 1.17.686s to lead Lando Norris by just 0.015s. Pierre Gasly rounded out the top three, although his time was just over two-tenths off the pace of Leclerc.

    FP2: Leclerc narrowly leads Norris and Gasly during mixed up second practice session in Budapest

    Click on the video player above to ride onboard with Leclerc around the tricky Hungaroring on his way to setting the fastest time of the day and join us again at 12:30 local time tomorrow for the third practice session.