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Mercedes lead FP2 with Gasly third ahead of Verstappen

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix – Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas were quickest in FP2 with Max Verstappen in P4 behind Pierre Gasly. Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz was once again the first car out on track but this time it was the floodlights greeting him rather than the evening sunshine. Unlike FP1 where the Mercedes cars remained in the garages for most of the opening ten minutes, this time Lewis Hamilton, the last to leave, was out just a lap after Sainz. (FP2) Second Practice Results – 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix The earlier exit didn’t work out too well for Valtteri Bottas as he locked up and reported back to Mercedes that the tyres, especially the rears, weren’t ready yet....
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