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Páteční tréninky grand prix formule 1 Německa.

Mike Arning/HAAS F1 | 20.7.18 | Aktuality

HAAS F1 2018

HAAS F1 - rekapitulace Grand prix Německa - páteční tréninky. 

The 11th round of the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship began with practice Friday at the Hockenheimring in Baden-Württemberg as teams prepared for the German Grand Prix Sunday.

 

Two 90-minute sessions – FP1 and FP2 – on the 4.574-kilometer (2.842-mile), 17-turn circuit were run under predominantly sunny conditions with Haas F1 Team drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen back at the historic venue for the first time since 2016 when the German Grand Prix last appeared on the Formula One calendar.

 

Both drivers began FP1 on the Pirelli P Zero Yellow soft tire before transitioning to the Purple ultrasoft, utilizing one set of each compound. Grosjean’s quick time of 1:14.691 came on his 14th lap shod on ultrasofts. He ran 29 laps and was the seventh-fastest driver. Magnussen’s best time was a 1:14.853 on his 20th lap, also set on the ultrasoft compound. He ran 28 laps and posted the eighth-quickest time.

 

Leading the way in FP1 was Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo, whose fast lap of 1:13.525 was a scant .004 of a second better than the next quickest driver, reigning series champion Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes.

 

Speeds picked up and lap times dropped in FP2. Grosjean wrapped FP2 as the sixth-quickest driver with a time of 1:13.973, which was .718 of a second better than his best lap in FP1. His quick time came on the 12th of his 34 laps on a set of ultrasoft tires. Magnussen shaved .664 of a second off his FP1 time with a lap of 1:14.189 to move up seventh fastest. His fast lap came on his 12th tour, also while utilizing the ultrasoft tire. He completed 36 laps.

 

Red Bull remained atop FP2, this time with Max Verstappen setting a mark of 1:13.085, which was .026 of a second better than his nearest pursuer, Hamilton. The Hockenheimring track record of 1:13.306, set back in 2004 by Scuderia Ferrari’s Michael Schumacher, was finally eclipsed after 14 years.

 

Between the two sessions, Haas F1 Team ran a total of 127 laps – 63 by Grosjean and 64 by Magnussen.

 

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