F1 FP2 Outcomes: Mercedes F1 drivers quickest once more, Romain Grosjean spectacular but once more at F1 free follow 2 | Method 1 2020 Spanish Grand Prix

F1 FP2 Outcomes of the Spanish Grand Prix have gone in favor of  the Mercedes but once more, with Lewis Hamilton the quickest, and his teammate Valtteri Bottas in P2. 

The Method One 2020 sixth race weekend is underway with the 2 Free Observe classes at Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix. Mercedes have accomplished a one-two but once more, with Valtteri Bottas lapping the quickest time.

Crimson Bull’s Max Verstappen had a stable session too, and completed third quickest but once more. Proper behind was Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo, with teammate Esteban Ocon in P9. Haas’ Romain Grosjean has had an incredible Friday, ending P6 in P1 and P5 on this session.

Charles Leclerc seems to be stable in his Ferrari, lapping the sixth quickest time in P6. McLaren’s duo Carlos Sainz and Sergio Perez did effectively too, ending P7 and P8 respectively.

F1 FP2 Outcomes

1 Lewis Hamilton MERCEDES 1:16.883
2 Valtteri Bottas MERCEDES   +0.287
3 Max Verstappen RED BULL RACING   +0.821
4 Daniel Ricciardo RENAULT   +0.985
5 Romain Grosjean HAAS   +1.250
6 Charles Leclerc FERRARI   +1.264
7 Carlos Sainz MCLAREN   +1.331
8 Sergio Perez RED BULL RACING   +1.410
9 Esteban Ocon RENAULT   +1.420
10 Pierre Gasly RACING POINT   +1.429
11 Lance Stroll RACING POINT   +1.474
12 Sebastian Vettel FERRARI   +1.521
13 Alex Albon RED BULL RACING   +1.608
14 Lando Norris McLAREN   +1.623
15 Daniil Kvyat ALPHATAURI   +1.759
16 Kevin Magnussen HAAS   +1.878
17 Daniil Kvyat Alfa Romeo   +2.017
18 Kimi Raikkonen Alfa Romeo   +2.081
19 Nicholas Latifi WILLIAMS MERCEDES   +2.272
20 George Russell WILLIAMS MERCEDES   +2.989

What to stay up for this weekend on the Spanish GP?

Mercedes and Crimson Bull look the strongest going into tomorrow, whereas Ferrari are hopeful of placing in a greater all-round efficiency. Renault look stable heading into tomorrow’s qualifying session, whereas Haas’ Romain Grosjean might be the darkish horse this weekend.

Additional down, McLaren, Racing Level and Renault look set to battle it out for the Prime 10 spots, but once more. It is going to be intriguing to see what minnows Haas and Alfa Romeo can pull off their hat this Sunday.


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