Italian GP Practice Three: Sebastian Vettel keeps Ferrari on top

But the German was only just ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in a timesheet prior to qualifying as Ferrari stayed forward sebastian Vettel put the rate at the GP.
Vettel’s 1:20.294 on his qualy simulation ensured Ferrari kept their perfect start to their home Grand Prix, however their edge over their rivals was tiny P3 with Verstappen, that will start at the rear of the grid at the race, only 0.032s slower.
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Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and also Charles Leclerc, the Ferrari driver that topped the timesheets Friday’s sessions in both were a tenth ago along with also their fastest times were indistinguishable.
“If you want to find some contest at Ferrari, it’s significant for Vettel to have had some thing to make him feel much better in this particular session,” said Sky F1′s David Croft.
Daniel Ricciardo was a surprise for Renault, who are thriving on the Monza straights, together with the Australian before Lewis Hamilton.
Just three-tenths, while less than another split Vettel in first and McLaren’s Lando Norris at 14th split the top half.
“It’s going to be really enjoyable to watch this qualifying session as it’s not possible to forecast at the moment who is likely to be ahead,” explained Sky F1′s Nico Rosberg, the 2016 entire winner.
Qualifying begins at 2pm on Sky Sports F1, with build-up from 1pm.
Due to Verstappen’s engine penalty, Alex Albon is likely to be the only Red Bull in qualifying but he also finished P3 in eighth, half a second off his team-mate and behind Nico Hulkenberg at the other Renault pushing.
The conflict for Q3 also looks like it will be as close as at Monza, F1′s Temple of Speed, although Haas appear to be fighting while Williams once again propped up the timesheets.
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