Verstappen the best of FP3, 7th Sainz and 13th Leclerc don’t press. From 07.00 Qualifications – OA Sport

Verstappen the best of FP3, 7th Sainz and 13th Leclerc don’t press.  From 07.00 Qualifications – OA Sport

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FP3 results and positions

04.40 That’s it for the live broadcast. Greetings from the OA Sport Editorial Staff and appointment at 07.00 for qualifying.

04.39 Attention, Ferrari Sainz goes off the track, due to rain, but nothing serious for him who managed to get out of the gravel.

04.38 7th and 13th for the Ferraris of Sainz and Leclerc, but the position is valid up to a point given both cars did not run a simulated time attack in the last few minutes.

04.35 Max Verstappen achieved the best time for Red Bull with a 1:17.565 ahead of Alonso with 0.162 and Ocon with 0.373.

04.33 Caution that Perez stopped in an area where he should not have stopped, ie outside the pit lane. There will be an investigation.

04.31 Below is an updated order of times:

1 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing 1:17.565 4
2 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin + 0.162 6
3 Esteban OCON Alpine + 0.373 3
4 George Russell Mercedes +0.3903
5 Pierre Gasly Albin + 0.529 3
6 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing +0.5584
7 Carlos Sainz Ferrari + 0.562 5
8 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes + 0.573 3
9 Lance Stroll Aston Martin + 0.633 6
10 Guanyu ZHOU Alfa Romeo +0.765 6
11 Nico Hulkenberg Haas F1 Team +0.845 3
12 Alexander Albon Williams + 0.9884
13 Charles Leclerc Ferrari + 1.1264
14 Oscar McLaren plaques + 1.148 3
15 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +1244 6
16 Yuki Tsunoda Alpha Tauri + 1.336 3
17 Logan Sargent Williams + 1.382 4
18 Kevin MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team + 1.491 3
19 Nic de Vries Alpha Tauri + 1.527 5
20 Lando Norris McLaren + 1.581 1

04.30 Flag is fickle!!!

04.29 It’s raining hard!

04.29 Pérez, meanwhile, was able to enter sixth at 0.558 in front of Sainz. Shortly thereafter it veers off track again.

04.27 La Rossa will run in a 1:19 time trial with both Sainz and Leclerc.

04.25 Another handicap for Perez in 15th place, while Sainz and Leclerc flip the track to simulate the pace of the race.

04.24 Verstappen leads with a time of 1:17.565, ahead of Alonso’s 0.162 and Ocon’s 0.440. Sainz dropped to fifth and Leclerc 11th.

04.22 Many pilots are now trying to attack the time with Stroll third at 0.071 from Sainz.

04.20 Fault Zhou aboard the Alfa Romeo, which he manages to recover.

04.18 Meanwhile, Mercedes arrived and finished second and third: Hamilton second at 0.011 and Russell third at 0.185.

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04.15 15 ‘ At the end of this round Perez complains about the speed of the race.

04.12 Unusual tire problems for Red Bull.

04.09 Sainz’s race pace isn’t bad, while problems are compounding for Red Bull.

04.07 Clean track, back to running. Ferrari runs on soft tires.

Alonso’s 04.05 long run is a very good 1:22.293, with Leclerc a few tenths slower.

04.03 red flag!!! Foreign object on the track.

04.00 Updated order of times as follows:

1 Carlos Sainz Ferrari 1:18.127 3
2 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin + 0.202 3
3 Pierre Gasly Albin + 0.425 1
4 Charles Leclerc Ferrari + 0.564 2
5 Esteban OCON Alpine + 0.582 1
6 Max VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing +0.6142
7 Alexander Albon Williams + 0.654 1
8 Lance Stroll Aston Martin + 0.661 3
9 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes + 0.688 1
10 Logan Sargent Williams + 0.820 1
11 Lando Norris McLaren + 1.019 1
12 Oscar McLaren plates + 1.304 1
13 Yuki Tsunoda Alphatori + 1.407 1
14 Nyck DE VRIES AlphaTauri + 1.450 1
15 Georges Roussel Mercedes +1475 1
16 Kevin MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team +1.897 2
17 Nico Hulkenberg Haas F1 Team +1.921 2
18 Guanyu ZHOU Alfa Romeo +2.023 2
19 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing +2.125 1
20 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +2,153 3

03.57 1:20.252 to Perez who completed a slow lap.

03.54 Perez entered the track.

03.52 We are preparing to simulate racing speed.

03.50 Below is an updated order of times:

1 Carlos Sainz Ferrari 1:18.127 2
2 Fernando Alonso Aston Martin + 0.202 2
3 Charles Leclerc Ferrari + 0.564 1
4 Max VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing +0.6142
5 Lance Stroll Aston Martin + 0.661 2
6 Lando Norris McLaren + 1.019 1
7 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +1132 1
8 Esteban OCON Alpine + 1.223 1
9 Pierre Gasly Albin + 1.264 1
10 Georges Roussel Mercedes +1475 1
11 Kevin MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team +1.897 1
12 Nico HULKENBERG Haas F1 Team +1.921
13 Guanyu ZHOU Alfa Romeo +2.023 2
14 Valtteri BOTTAS Alfa Romeo +2,153 2
15 Oscar McLaren plates + 2.238 1
16 Nyck DE VRIES AlphaTauri + 3.861 1
17 Logan Sargent Williams- – 1
18 Yuki Tsunoda Alpha Tauri – 1
19 Alexander Albon Williams- – 1
20 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing – – – –

03.48 Teams can prepare soon to simulate race pace.

03.46 Sainz takes the lead with a time of 1:18.127 on new soft tires ahead of 0.202 Alonso and 0.564 Leclerc, who is back in the pits.

Leclerc’s 03.47 1:18.691 time trial, improving it by a few thousand.

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03.45 Hamilton got the sixth time at 0.528 from Leclerc.

03.43 Aston Martins arrive: Stroll is third at 0.057 and Alonso is fourth at 0.159 from Leclerc.

03.42 Leclerc takes the lead with a time of 1:18.731 with the softs, 10K ahead of Verstappen (medium tyres), who, like Sainz, is back in the pits.

03.41 Leclerc takes off for a new round with softs.

03.39 Carlos Sainz improves his time trial and reaches 0.191 of the Max, while Leclerc is at 0.745.

03.38 Max Verstappen arrived and with his averages he took the lead in 1:18.741 ahead of Sainz’s 0.320 and Leclerc’s 0.745.

03.37 Ferrari that simulates a time attack then focuses on simulating the pace of a race.

Sainz’s 03.37 improves everyone’s signal and clocks in at 1:19.061, 0.425 ahead of Leclerc, while Verstappen is third at 0.603, but on medium tires compared to the Reds’ soft tyres.

03.36 a slow lap for the two Reds, while Magnussen gets the best time with an average of 1:20.945, 1.549 ahead of Hulkenberg.

03.35 Lap holding for Stroll and Alonso, while Sainz and Leclerc launch themselves on a timed lap.

03.32 Also Red Bull on the track on medium tyres.

03.31 The Aston Martins of Alonso and Stroll (medium tyres) take to the circuit, followed by the Ferraris of Sainz and Leclerc on the soft tyres.

03.30 Go to FP3!!!

03.27 3′ at the start of FP3.

03.24 However, Red Bull remains the reference and should already show it today in this session.

03.21 very Ferrari with solid tyres yesterday, we’ll see if there will be confirmation.

03.18 Teams will also attempt settings in light of Sunday’s race.

03.15 15′ at the start of FP3.

03.12 We’ll see if the Dutchman confirms the predictions, paying special attention to his teammate, Sergio Perez, winner of the last Grand Prix in Jeddah. Not to be underestimated, then, Aston Martin with Spaniard Fernando Alonso always on the ball, while Mercedes seems to have a harder time.

03.09 Special mention to Red Bull, favorite on the eve of the match, and with Dutchman Max Verstappen, favorite to win pole position.

03.06 Ferrari, after returning from a good first day of free practice, will target the top positions. During the first day, the SF-23 showed good speed on one lap and this could give an advantage to Monaco Charles Leclerc and Spaniard Carlos Sainz. To be verified, however, how far competitors will be able to do.

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03.03 At Albert Park Street Circuit in Melbourne we will have a fairly intense day and the drivers will be called upon to maximize their performance to get the best possible grid position.

03.00 Hello and welcome back to the LIVE LIVE of FP3 and Australian GP Qualifying, Round Three of the 2023 F1 World Championship.

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Good morning and welcome LIVE LIVE of FP3 and qualify for the Australian Grand Prix, round three of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship. On the Albert Park street circuit in Melbourne We are going to have a fairly intense day and the riders will be called upon to maximize their performance in order to get the best possible position on the grid.

FerrariComing back from the first good day of free practice, you’ll be aiming for the top positions. During the first day, the SF-23 He showed good speed over the flying lap and that could give Monaco an advantage Charles Locklear And the Spanish language Carlos Sainz. To be verified, however, how far competitors will be able to do.

Point out in particular Red Bulla big favorite on the eve and with the Dutch Max Verstappen, a candidate to beat the first place. We’ll see if the Dutchman lives up to expectations, especially paying attention to his teammate. Sergio PerezLast year’s award winner in Jeddah. Not to be underestimated, then, Aston Martin with spanish Fernando Alonso He is always on the ball, while Mercedes seems to be a bit more difficult.

Brought to you by OA Sport LIVE LIVE of FP3 and qualify for the Australian Grand Prix, round three of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship: Real time news and continuous updates. FP3 will take place at 03.30 in Italy, while qualifying will start at 07.00. Good fun!

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