HIGHLIGHTS: Watch the action from second practice as Hamilton sets the pace and Leclerc crashes in Jeddah


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Lewis Hamilton completed a clean-sweep of fastest practice times across the first ever day’s running at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, to put Mercedes in the hot seat for the rest of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix weekend.

Hamilton topped the second practice session with a time of 1m 29.018s, establishing what was, unsurprisingly, the track record for the brand-new Jeddah Corniche Circuit.

FP2: Hamilton leads Bottas as Leclerc walks away from high-speed crash under the Jeddah lights

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc was less fortunate, the Monegasque losing the rear of his Ferrari SF21 and skating into the barrier at Turn 23, bringing out the first red flag of the F1 running on Friday.

Enjoy all the FP2 action in the video above.



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