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2022 Dutch Grand Prix FP3 report and highlights: Leclerc leads Russell and Verstappen in close-knit final session in Zandvoort


Charles Leclerc set the fastest time in final practice for the 2022 Dutch Grand Prix, just 0.066 seconds ahead of the Ferrari driver in Mercedes’ P2 leaving Max Verstappen third for Red Bull.

Leclerc’s car was protected by a fender from Ferrari’s engineers as they worked on the car midway through the session. The team said there was “no problem”, despite the mechanics’ row, and Leclerc finished first overall with a time of 1 million 11.632 seconds, with 14 minutes remaining.

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Russell finished second for Mercedes by 0.066sec while Verstappen, who kept a simple benchmark early on, was third. The Dutchman appeared much later than the others in his second soft-tire career and ended up 0.161s short of Leclerc.

Carlos Sainz finished fourth, just over a tenth behind Verstappen, while Lewis Hamilton finished fifth, half a second off the lead, leaving Sergio Perez sixth. The Mexican driver appeared early to test a new group that he said was “much worse” as Red Bull scrambled to get a response after Mercedes scored one goal in the match. FP1 Ferrari finished in second place FP2.



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Fernando Alonso in the Alps finished seventh ahead of Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel, while Mick Schumacher turned ninth for Haas and Lando Norris slipped to the P10 for McLaren.

Kevin Magnussen finished off the edge with five hundred of his teammates in P11 for Haas while Lance Stroll was just under three-tenths of Vettel in P12.

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Alex Albon had a P13 for Williams, ahead of the Alpine Esteban Ocon as well as the AlphaTauri duo – 15th place Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda 16th.

Behind Ricciardo was Alfa Romeo, both of whom struggled in FP3. Valtteri Bottas’ light strokes came in too late and he finished 18th ahead of his teammate Zhou Guanyu. Nicholas Latifi concluded the session at P20.

This is followed by qualification at 1500 local time With Ferrari holding the cards. But can Verstappen muster a pole position for a second in a row at home?

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