Italian GP Practice Three: Sebastian Vettel keeps Ferrari on top

Sebastian Vettel put the pace in the GP as Ferrari stayed although the German was simply just ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in a surprising timesheet prior to qualifying.
Vettel’s 1:20.294 on his own qualy simulation ensured Ferrari kept their perfect start to their home Grand Prix, however their advantage over their rivals was tiny in P3 with Verstappen, who will begin at the rear of the grid in the race, just 0.032s slower.
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Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and Charles Leclerc, the in-form Ferrari motorist that topped the timesheets in both of the sessions of Friday were a tenth ago and also their fastest times were identical.
“If you wish to find some contest at Ferrari, it’s important for Vettel to have needed something to make him feel better within this particular session,” said Sky F1′s David Croft.
Daniel Ricciardo was a surprise for Renault, who are thriving on the long Monza straights, together with the Australian before Lewis Hamilton.
Only three-tenths, while less than a second split Vettel in first and McLaren’s Lando Norris in 14th split the half.
“It is going to be so fun to see this qualifying session since it’s impossible to forecast at the moment who is likely to be in front,” explained Sky F1′s Nico Rosberg, the 2016 entire winner.
Qualifying starts at 2pm on Sky Sports F1 from 1pm.
Due to Verstappen’s engine penalty, Alex Albon is very likely to be the Red Bull in qualifying but he ended P3 in eighth, half a second off his team-mate and supporting Nico Hulkenberg in another Renault, pushing.
The struggle for Q3 appears like it is going to be as near as at Monza, F1′s Temple of Speed, although Haas seem while the timesheets were once again propped up by Williams to be struggling.
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