MUST-SEE: Leclerc walks away from heavy FP2 crash in Mexico City


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Charles Leclerc hit the barriers hard and hopped out of his Ferrari F1-75 just over 30 minutes into FP2, causing the third red flag of Friday.

Leclerc was running seventh in FP2 as he entered Turn 7 and spun, which caused the rear of his Ferrari to hit the barriers at Turn 8 and brought out a red flag that left under 40 minutes of the lengthened session to play.

The crash caused visible damage to Leclerc's rear wing and his left-rear tyre was jutting out at an unruly angle, while the innards of the Tecpro barriers were also clear for all to see.

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It's not clear what repairs Leclerc will need ahead of Saturday's FP3 and qualifying session, the driver having taken grid penalties last time out in Austin.

Watch Leclerc's FP2 crash in the video player above.



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