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F1, Monaco GP-Free Practice 3: Flushing in front of Ferrari

In the last hour of free practice Monaco Grand Prix, Max Verstappen Set the fastest lap in the session.The Red Bull racer stopped at 1:11.294 before two o’clock Ferrari (Cars Sainz) and Charles Leclerc (Charles Leclerc). La Rossa confirmed that what we saw on Thursday was by no means a flash: SF21 does have the potential to rank itself in the front row. Mercedes is still unknown: Today, Bottas did not surpass the fourth fastest time, accusing him of being four tenths behind the highest ranking, while Hamilton is even behind seventh, only ten behind Vestapen Sevenths out.

Return to McLaren and Alpine. These latest tests show that Monaco will put us in a three-way confrontation with Red Bull, Mercedes and Ferrari. McLaren’s performance on the streets of the Principality does not seem to be outstanding, with Norris in sixth and Ricciardo in thirteenth, clearly behind his teammates in second place. Takayama is also missing, and he hopes to perform well in a game that sounds like a home run for them. However, Fernando Alonso could not surpass fifteenth, and Ocon’s meeting was in trouble and ended in the last meeting.

Another accident of Schumacher. After the explosion on Thursday, Mick Schumacher performed well on Haas and today he completed his 14th race, which seems to be a feat considering the performance of the car. Unfortunately, the German made another mistake in the casino and crashed again, causing serious damage to the car: even though his mechanic would do everything to get him on the right track, his participation in qualifying has also been greatly affected. Doubts. Another rookie Yuki Tsunoda also participated in the game, his penultimate game ended, and his teammate Pierre Gasly ranked AlphaTauri ninth.

Full results of Free Practice 3 on F1 Special

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