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PRACTICE DEBRIEF: Will Ferrari’s Friday pace at Monza translate to Italian GP podium glory?

F1 Correspondent & Presenter

Lawrence Barretto

Formula 1 teams tweaked their traditional approach to Friday practice at Monza to prepare for the second running of the Alternate Tyre Allocation (ATA), which will see drivers required to run hard tyres in the first part of qualifying, mediums in Q2 and softs in Q3.

It meant teams had to test all three compounds on lower fuel loads to ensure they are competitive in qualifying – and as a result, it’s even more tricky than normal to gauge who are looking good and who are struggling head into the Italian Grand Prix weekend. That said, we’ve still given it a go…

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