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20.04 A qualification, at the showdown, dominated by Verstappen. Red Bull made a clear difference on Ferrari and Mercedes in the central section, the most driven, where they count traction and aerodynamics.

20.02 Bottas, Albon, Gasly, Grosjean, Raikkonen and Magnussen complete the top10.

20.01 Vettel does not improve and remains second at 0.123 from Verstappen. 3rd Hamilton at 0.191. 4th Leclerc at 0.220: the Monegasque will therefore start from the 14th position due to the penalty.

20.00 1’07 ″ 508 for Verstappen, which gets better. The pole is yours.

19.59 Verstappen does not improve in the first sector. Leclerc is faster.

19.59 Last minute … Ferrari, Red Bull and Mercedes are being launched. Albon is the first of the big to launch.

19.58 Everyone on the track for the final assault on the pole!

19.57 Last 3 minutes.

19.56 The Dutch is therefore clearly favored for the pole. Vettel has a duty to try! He must improve and hope that Verstappen does not do the same.

19.55 Verstappen, it must be said, has turned over a tenth slower than his best time in Q2.

19.54 1’07 ″ 623 for Verstappen, just 0.008 in front of Vettel! 3rd Leclerc at 0.105, 4th Hamilton at 0.238, 5th Bottas at 0.251, 6th Albon at 0.312.

19.53 NOOOOOOO !!! Verstappen is ahead of Vettel for the trifle of 8 thousandths !!! Ferrari not lucky …

19.51 Hamilton's first lap begins, followed by Bottas, Vettel, Leclerc, Verstappen and Albon.

19.50 Here is Ferrari and Mercedes, clearly with soft tires. Following the Reds is Red Bull.

19.50 On the track Raikkonen, Grosjean and Gasly. The top teams take their place.

7.49pm Verstappen has proven to fly on this track. We'll see if Ferrari or Mercedes will pull the rabbit out of the cylinder …

7.48 PM Q3 STARTED! Last 12 minutes to assign win the pole position!

19.44 The complete classification of Q2.

19.43 Leclerc, with a compound of difference (average versus soft), concluded at 0.385 from Verstappen. For over half a second from both Dutch Vettel and Hamilton, fitting soft tires. The feeling is that it will be very hard to beat Red Bull today …

7.42 1'07 ″ 503 for Verstappen, great favorite for the pole. Leclerc, Vettel, Hamilton, Albon, Bottas, Grosjean, Gasly, Magnussen and Raikkonen follow. They are the 10 pilots qualified for Q3.

19.41 The Q2 ends, the riders eliminated from the eleventh to the fifteenth position: Norris, Ricciardo, Giovinazzi, Hulkenberg and Perez.

7.40pm The yellow flag is shown for a spin by Giovinazzi and no one can improve his lap.

19.39 Giovinazzi has to come up with a number to avoid cutting. Need a perfect ride. Leclerc on the track with the soft.

19.38 We recall that Leclerc is the only driver to have fitted the medium tires in this session, differentiating the strategy from the others. The Monegasque will have to serve 10 penalty positions.

19.37 Three minutes at the end of Q2.

19.36 At the moment eliminated Norris, Ricciardo, Giovinazzi, Perez and Hulkenberg.

19.35 Verstappen in the lead with 0.385 on Leclerc, 0.547 on Vettel, 0.585 on Hamilton. Follow Albon, Bottas, Grosjean, Gasly, Magnussen and Raikkonen. 13th Giovinazzi.

19.34 It is conceivable that Ferrari has used at most the Leclerc engine's horses, not instead for Vettel's … We will find out in Q3.

19.33 Not a great lap instead for Vettel. It's third at 0.547 from Verstappen, but with soft tires! He paid almost 2 tenths from Leclerc with an advantage over his team mate.

19.31 LECLERC TEMPONE WITH MEDIUM TIRES! It is second at 385 thousandths from Verstappen, but with a mix of difference! 1’07 ″ 503 for Dutch.

19.30 1’08 ″ 088 for Hamilton, 0.144 advantage over Bottas. Vettel is on the track with the soft.

19.29 Medium tires instead for Leclerc.

19.28 The first driver to exit the pits is Hamilton, followed by teammate Bottas. Soft tires for Mercedes.

19.27 Still no polita on the track.

19.25 START Q2! 15 minutes and five other pilots to be eliminated.

19.24 Ferrari, as a matter of fact, pays a lot, maybe too much from Red Bull in the central sector, around 3-4 tenths. A very difficult gap to fill in the first and third parts. The SF90 fatigue in slow curves, on this it will be necessary to work day and night during the winter.

19.23 On paper, the top teams should opt for medium tires in Q2, which would then be used for regulation even at the start of the race.

19.22 The complete classification of Q1. Verstappen is scary.

19.20 Verstappen dominated the Q1 in 1’08 ″ 242, trimming 254 thousandths to Leclerc, 261 to Albon, 303 to Bottas, 314 to Vettel, 372 to Hamilton. Magnussen, Norris, Gasly and Hulkenberg complete the top 10. 12th Giovinazzi.

19.19 These pilots eliminated from 16th to 20th position: Kvyat, Stroll, Russell, Kubica and Sainz.

19.18 Leclerc gets better and moves up to second position.

19.17 The Ferraris are back on track.

19.16 Nothing to do for Sainz, he can't get on the track and will start from the last position with McLaren.

7.15 pm Giovinazzi is still 13th, but he can't be quiet.

19.14 3 minutes to the end, at the moment Verstappen is making the difference on all. Are Ferrari and Mercedes hiding and will the engine speed up only from Q2?

19.13 Six laps already covered by Leclerc with this train of soft tires, always on the 1’08 ″ 3 average. A good step.

19.12 At the moment eliminated Hulkenberg, Stroll, Russell, Kubica and Sainz.

19.11 Giovinazzi is 13th at one second. The Spanish Carlos Sainz is still timeless in the pits due to a technical problem with McLaren.

19.10 Leclerc gets better, but not enough to approach the Red Bulls. The Monegasque is third at 0.268 from Verstappen. Bottas sixth at 0.487.

19.09 Impressive Tempta by Verstappen, trim 261 thousandths in Albon and 3 tenths of a Ferrari. Hamilton is only fifth at 0.372.

19.08 Albon leads with 53 thousandths over Vettel. Not good news for Ferrari. The Reds pay too much in the central sector, the most driven one.

19.07 1'08 ″ 556 for Vettel, precedes Leclerc by just 36 thousandths.

19.06 Vettel's launched round begins.

19.05 On track also the Ferrels of Vettel and Leclerc.

19.05 Great Giovinazzi, he leads in 1’09 ″ 324, 39 thousandths better than Raikkonen.

19.04 1'10 ″ 688 for Russell, very high time of course for Williams, for some time the "cinderella" of F1.

19.03 Russell's launched tour begins.

19.02 Tempororeggiano Ferrari, Mercedes and Red Bull. Be careful because the sky is very cloudy, even if the rain should not come out.

19.01 Kubica returns to the pits immediately and does not complete the lap. Teammate Russell enters the track.

19.01 As usual, Williams is the first to take to the track with Kubica.

19.00 18 minutes the duration of Q1, 5 pilots to be eliminated.

19.00 START THE QUALIFICATIONS OF THE BRAZIL 2019 GP AT INTERLAGOS!

18.58 The myth of Ayrton Senna continues to live in Brazil.

18.56 Ferrari will have to focus on Vettel to give the assault to pole position. Recall that Leclerc will be penalized by 10 positions for having assembled the fourth power-unit this season (three regulations are granted by regulation).

18.55 Current conditions at Interlagos. 21 degrees the air, 38.5 the asphalt. We will see how the track will evolve as it tires

18.54 A lap with Vettel on the Interlagos track, really close

18.52 At Alfa Romeo the tires are ready, we will see how the strategy in Q2 will be, with the riders already thinking about the race

18.50 10 minutes at the start of the qualifications! There are a lot of clouds around the circuit but they shouldn't bring rain. The sun is still the master.

18.48 Behind the top teams are Daniil Kvyat, seventh with Toro Rosso, and Antonio Giovinazzi eighth with Alfa Romeo. Then the two McLarens

18.46 We recall that Leclerc will suffer a penalty of 10 positions on the grid. In fact, on its SF90 only the endothermic engine (ICE) in the PU is replaced

18.44 Disappointing, instead, the sixth place of Bottas to 881 thousandths, behind also of Albon. The Finn seems not to repeat the Austin weekend. We'll see if he can turn into a qualifier.

18.42 Seb Vettel finished in fourth place at 344 thousandths, proving to be close to his partner but distant from the first two of the class

18.40 20 minutes at the start! Tension begins to rise at Interlagos! Qualifications will be dominated by balance and traffic, which could make the difference.

18.38 In the final stages of the FP3 the Monegasque also risked contact with Sainz. Misunderstanding on the Juncao curve but everything is ok.

18.36 He stopped in third position at 291 thousandths Charles Leclerc. La Rossa excels in T1 and T3, but in the most driven sector pays duty in comparison to rivals

18.34 Great second fastest for Max Verstappen at just 26 thousandths from Hamilton. Red Bull flies in T2, while suffering in the T3 with the Arquibancadas all uphill and power

18.32 In the FP3 great performance by Hamilton which ended in 1: 08.320. English has shown that it has excellent speed, without forgetting yesterday's excellent race pace simulations

6.30 pm Half an hour at the start of qualifying, it will be a great battle !!

18.27 THE TIMES OF THE FP3 DISPUTED IN THE MORNING

1 44 L. Hamilton (B) Mercedes 1’08 ″ 320 17
2 33 M. Verstappen (B) Red Bull +00 ″ 026 1’08 ″ 346 18
3 16 C. Leclerc (B) Ferrari +00 ″ 291 1’08 ″ 611 9
4 5 S. Vettel (B) Ferrari +00 ″ 344 1’08 ″ 664 10
5 23 A. Albon (B) Red Bull +00 ″ 816 1’09 ″ 136 17
6 77 V. Bottas (B) Mercedes +00 ″ 881 1’09 ″ 201 18
7 26 D. Kvyat (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 095 1’09 ″ 415 22
8 99 A. Giovinazzi (B) Alfa Romeo +01 ″ 142 1’09 ″ 462 20
9 4 L. Norris (B) McLaren +01 ″ 265 1’09 ″ 585 18
10 55 C. Sainz (B) McLaren +01 ″ 268 1’09 ″ 588 21
11 7 K. Raikkonen (B) Alfa Romeo +01 ″ 299 1’09 ″ 619 15
12 10 P. Gasly (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 305 1’09 ″ 625 14
13 27 N. Hulkenberg (B) Renault +01 ″ 33 1’09 ″ 650 14
14 3 D. Ricciardo (B) Renault +01 ″ 441 1’09 ″ 761 15
15 8 R. Grosjean (B) Haas +01 ″ 478 1’09 ″ 798 16
16 11 S. Perez (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 675 1’09 ″ 995 13
17 18 L. Stroll (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 992 1’10 ″ 312 16
18 20 K. Magnussen (B) Haas +02 ″ 393 1’10 ″ 713 18
19 63 G. Russell (B) Williams +02 ″ 523 1’10 ″ 843 19
20 88 R. Kubica (B) Williams +02 ″ 885 1’11 ″ 205 23

18.25 The last pole position, in Austin, went to Bottas. Previously six consecutive pole positions for Ferrari. Leclerc is the seasonal recordman with 7

18.23 Ferrari does not win at Interlagos since 2017 with Vettel, previously the last smile was dated 2008 with Massa's victory-mock when the title escaped him after the finish line in favor of Hamilton

18.21 The pole position record, instead, is the house idol: Ayrton Senna, with 6 pole. A 3 Hakkinen, Barrichello, Massa and Hamilton. Vettel is at 2.

18.19 The record of victories in the Brazilian GP goes to Alain Prost with 6, then to 4 we find Schumacher, 3 Vettel and Reutemann, 2 Hamilton, Rosberg, Senna and many others

18.17 It runs, from 1990 (and from 1973 to 1977 and from 1979 to 1980), on the Interlagos circuit, dedicated to Jose Carlos Pace. It is a 4309-meter track with 15 curves, extremely varied and spectacular

6.15pm Good afternoon and welcome back to Interlagos! Exactly 45 minutes from the Brazilian GP, ​​the penultimate round of the championship will start.

THE CHRONICLE OF FREE TRIALS 3

RESULT AND CLASSIFICATION FP3

WEATHER QUALIFICATION FORECASTS

17.04 Our live stops here, thanks for following us and meeting at 7pm with the qualifications always on OASport.

17.02 Thus ends the third free practice session in Brazil with Lewis Hamilton at the top in front of Max Verstappen and the Ferraris of Leclerc and Vettel. Below is the complete FP3 ranking:

1 44 L. Hamilton (B) Mercedes 1’08 ″ 320 17
2 33 M. Verstappen (B) Red Bull +00 ″ 026 1’08 ″ 346 18
3 16 C. Leclerc (B) Ferrari +00 ″ 291 1’08 ″ 611 9
4 5 S. Vettel (B) Ferrari +00 ″ 344 1’08 ″ 664 10
5 23 A. Albon (B) Red Bull +00 ″ 816 1’09 ″ 136 17
6 77 V. Bottas (B) Mercedes +00 ″ 881 1’09 ″ 201 18
7 26 D. Kvyat (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 095 1’09 ″ 415 22
8 99 A. Giovinazzi (B) Alfa Romeo +01 ″ 142 1’09 ″ 462 20
9 4 L. Norris (B) McLaren +01 ″ 265 1’09 ″ 585 18
10 55 C. Sainz (B) McLaren +01 ″ 268 1’09 ″ 588 21
11 7 K. Raikkonen (B) Alfa Romeo +01 ″ 299 1’09 ″ 619 15
12 10 P. Gasly (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 305 1’09 ″ 625 14
13 27 N. Hulkenberg (B) Renault +01 ″ 33 1’09 ″ 650 14
14 3 D. Ricciardo (B) Renault +01 ″ 441 1’09 ″ 761 15
15 8 R. Grosjean (B) Haas +01 ″ 478 1’09 ″ 798 16
16 11 S. Perez (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 675 1’09 ″ 995 13
17 18 L. Stroll (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 992 1’10 ″ 312 16
18 20 K. Magnussen (B) Haas +02 ″ 393 1’10 ″ 713 18

17.00 CHESS FLAG! Hamilton complains of a loss of power by radio and returns to the pits.

16.59 Traffic problems on the track for Leclerc, very close to the contact with a McLaren being launched.

16.58 To be recorded the bad sixth place of Bottas at almost 9 tenths from his team mate Hamilton. The Finn failed to complete a significant time-attack with the second set of soft tires.

16.56 Ferrari now engaged in a race pace simulation with soft tires. Good feedback especially for Vettel.

16.54 Great performance for Giovinazzi !! Eighth time to 1.142 from the head with an Alfa Romeo in recovery.

16.52 Verstappen jumps to second place just 26 thousandths from Hamilton! A very tight qualifying is waiting for us … Albon fifth at 8 tenths from the top with the second Red Bull.

16.50 Ferrari has turned in this session with engine mapping 3, while in qualifying it will use the "Engine 1" mode to release even more power in Q3.

16.49 Here are the best absolute performances in the various sectors:

16.47 Soon the second Red Bull time-attack with Verstappen who will try to take back the leadership of these FP3s.

4.45 pm Nothing to do for the two Ferrari drivers in the second attempt with the same set of soft tires.

16.44 Bottas makes a mistake at Senna's S and slows down, Hamilton flies and prints a scary 1’08 ″ 320 without trails.

16.42 Soon the second time-attack attempt for the Mercedes, while Vettel makes two cooling laps and then relaunches.

16.40 Here is Ferrari's answer !!! One-two with Leclerc ahead of Vettel of 53 thousandths in 1’08 ″ 611, while Verstappen improved by a few thousandths paying almost half a second from the top.

16.38 As far as the midfield fight is concerned, Toro Rosso started strong today with Gasly in seventh place ahead of Hulkenberg's Renault and Norris' McLaren.

16.36 Great expectation at this point for the last qualifying simulation of the round, in which Ferrari is called to respond to Verstappen's performance to approach the qualifying practice with confidence.

16.33 After the first run on Saturday, Verstappen is a candidate not only for the final victory but also for the pole position waiting to understand how much Mercedes and Ferrari will improve in qualifying with the most aggressive engine mapping.

16.31 UPDATED TIMING:

1 33 M. Verstappen (B) Red Bull 1’09 ″ 063 6
2 44 L. Hamilton (B) Mercedes +00 ″ 391 1’09 ″ 454 7
3 77 V. Bottas (B) Mercedes +00 ″ 463 1’09 ″ 526 9
4 5 S. Vettel (B) Ferrari +00 ″ 603 1’09 ″ 666 4
5 23 A. Albon (B) Red Bull +00 ″ 714 1’09 ″ 777 6
6 16 C. Leclerc (B) Ferrari + Array 1’09 ″ 99 5
7 27 N. Hulkenberg (B) Renault +01 ″ 213 1’10 ″ 276 3
8 4 L. Norris (B) McLaren +01 ″ 216 1’10 ″ 279 4
9 10 P. Gasly (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 230 1’10 ″ 293 4
10 3 D. Ricciardo (B) Renault +01 ″ 514 1’10 ″ 577 3
11 11 S. Perez (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 522 1’10 ″ 585 7
12 26 D. Kvyat (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 573 1’10 ″ 636 5
13 7 K. Raikkonen (B) Alfa Romeo +01 ″ 618 1’10 ″ 681 8
14 18 L. Stroll (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 620 1’10 ″ 683 3
15 55 C. Sainz (M) McLaren +01 ″ 693 1’10 ″ 756 5
16 20 K. Magnussen (B) Haas +01 ″ 733 1’10 ″ 796 4
17 8 R. Grosjean (B) Haas +01 ″ 737 1’10 ″ 800 4

16.29 Verstappen awesome !! 1’09 ″ 063 and almost 4 tenths trimmed to the first of the pursuers! Albon is 6th at 7 tenths behind his teammate …

16.27 Well that Hamilton gets better getting into second place in front of the Ferraris and 127 thousandths from the leader Verstappen.

16.25 Here is Max Verstappen! Best time in 1’09 ″ 327 for the Dutchman with an overflowing Red Bull in the central sector.

16.24 Bottas does not improve in the second attempt and remains fourth at 201 thousandths from teammate. We are now waiting for Verstappen's time-attack.

16.22 Leclerc uses the trail of a Toro Rosso in T3 and moves into second place at 37 thousandths from Hamilton. Vettel improves in T1 but then finds traffic and decides to go back to the pits.

16.20 Vettel does better than the Monegasque by two tenths and goes ahead with 1’09 ″ 666, but then comes Hamilton who puts everyone together in 1’09 ″ 562.

16.19 Leclerc starts setting the pace in 1’09 ″ 871 with soft tires!

16.18 Turn on the shift! Renault takes the lead with Hulkenberg ahead of Ricciardo, while Vettel stops in turn 1 and raises himself for another attempt.

16.16 The Haas moves with Grosjean and Magnussen taking to the track on soft tires, and soon after Vettel comes out of the pit lane with Ferrari!

16.14 Track still cold and quite slippery, we'll see who will be the first top team to make the time-attack attempt.

16.12 Here comes the first significant time trial of this session with Carlos Sainz taking the lead with McLaren in 1’11 ″ 058.

16.10 Kubica is the first to score a timed time in 1’13 ″ 998 with a Williams destined to once again occupy the last row of the grid.

16.08 Ferrari waiting for more tire on the track to begin the work program. Vettel and Leclerc should perform two runs with soft tires to simulate the qualification.

16.06 Here is an image from the top of the Interlagos circuit in these FP3s.

16.04 Even Verstappen on the track for an installation lap with hard tires on his Red Bull.

16.02 Norris, Albon, Grosjean and Magnussen are the first to take to the track to test the conditions of the Interlagos track.

16.01 GREEN TRAFFIC LIGHT !! Start the last free practice session in Brazil!

15.59 For Charles Leclerc this is a very important day in light of the ten penalty positions to be served on the grid due to the use of the fourth seasonal endothermic engine. The Monegasque della Rossa will have to give his best in qualifying and then go to the attack in the race for a furious comeback.

15.56 Compared to yesterday the temperatures are slightly higher despite the overcast sky (19 ° C in the air, 30 ° C of asphalt), therefore it could present a bit of degradation on the tires especially in the long runs with load of fuel.

15.52 Fortunately the weather has been kind to Interlagos (only a few drops of rain have fallen) in the last few hours and so pilots will be able to push hard in dry conditions.

15.49 This is instead the classification of the World Championship drivers in two stages from the end of the 2019 season:

1 Lewis Hamilton GBR MERCEDES 381
2 Valtteri Bottas FIN MERCEDES 314
3 Charles Leclerc MON FERRARI 249
4 Max Verstappen NED RED BULL RACING HONDA 235
5 Sebastian Vettel GER FERRARI 230
6 Alexander Albon THA RED BULL RACING HONDA 84
7 Carlos Sainz ESP MCLAREN RENAULT 80
8 Pierre Gasly AMONG SCUDERIA TORO ROSSO HONDA 77
9 Daniel Ricciardo AUS RENAULT 46
10 Sergio Perez MEX RACING POINT BWT MERCEDES 44

3.45 pm The full ranking of the FP2s, the only session on Friday disputed with dry tires:

1 5 S. Vettel (B) Ferrari 1’09 ″ 217 30
2 16 C. Leclerc (B) Ferrari +00 ″ 021 1’09 ″ 238 35
3 33 M. Verstappen (B) Red Bull +00 ″ 134 1’09 ″ 351 33
4 77 V. Bottas (B) Mercedes +00 ″ 156 1’09 ″ 373 37
5 44 L. Hamilton (B) Mercedes +00 ″ 223 1’09 ″ 440 41
6 20 K. Magnussen (B) Haas +00 ″ 926 1’10 ″ 143 38
7 3 D. Ricciardo (B) Renault +00 ″ 977 1’10 ″ 194 32
8 7 K. Raikkonen (B) Alfa Romeo +00 ″ 993 1’10 ″ 210 39
9 23 A. Albon (B) Red Bull +01 ″ 058 1’10 ″ 275 31
10 55 C. Sainz (B) McLaren +01 ″ 093 1’10 ″ 310 38
11 27 N. Hulkenberg (B) Renault +01 ″ 108 1’10 ″ 325 31
12 10 P. Gasly (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 135 1’10 ″ 352 26
13 99 A. Giovinazzi (B) Alfa Romeo +01 ″ 202 1’10 ″ 419 36
14 26 D. Kvyat (B) Toro Rosso +01 ″ 207 1’10 ″ 424 34
15 11 S. Perez (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 226 1’10 ″ 443 31
16 8 R. Grosjean (M) Haas +01 ″ 287 1’10 ″ 504 38
17 18 L. Stroll (B) Racing Point +01 ″ 351 1’10 ″ 568 33
18 4 L. Norris (B) McLaren +01 ″ 483 1’10 ″ 700 41
19 63 G. Russell (B) Williams +02 ″ 601 1’11 ″ 818 36

15.41 We'll see if this engine superiority will prove to be sufficient at least in qualifying to get the better of Mercedes and Red Bull, which will try to assert greater speed in the most driven stretch of Interlagos to compensate for the deficit of maximum speed on the straight.

15.37 The Maranello team has so far responded to the controversy triggered by Verstappen's statements, once again confirming the superiority of the Ferrari engine in terms of pure power compared to its Mercedes and Honda competitors.

15.33 In Friday's free practice, in which only the second session took place in the dry, Ferrari placed the one-two with Vettel and Leclerc in front of everyone, even if with very narrow gaps and not too significant.

15.29 A very intense 60 minutes will be announced in which we will understand Interlagos values ​​on the dry lap ahead of yesterday's qualifications better than yesterday. The top teams should perform a couple of run-offs of petrol to test the time-attack.

15.25 Good afternoon and welcome to live the third free practice session of the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix, the penultimate act of the season for the Formula 1 World Championship.

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20.30: Hamilton, however, showed great things on the race pace, as usual. Mercedes, in fact, seems to have something more in the compound management. However, the Reds are there.

20.29: So a Ferrari in great shape is confirmed on this track in the simulation of qualifying with Vettel and Leclerc in front. However, great balance in the top-5 with a gap of two tenths between the first and fifth.

1 Sebastian VETTEL Ferrari1: 09.217 7
2 Charles LECLERC Ferrari + 0.021 8
3 Max VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing + 0.134 6
4 Valtteri BOTTAS Mercedes + 0.156 6
5 Lewis HAMILTON Mercedes + 0.223 6
6 Kevin MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team + 0.926 5
7 Daniel RICCIARDO Renault + 0.977 4
8 Kimi RAIKKONEN Alfa Romeo Racing + 0.993 6
9 Alexander ALBON Red Bull Racing + 1.058 6
10 Carlos SAINZ McLaren + 1.093 5
11 Nico HULKENBERG Renault + 1.108 5
12 Pierre GASLY Red Bull – 4
13 Antonio GIOVINAZZI Alfa Romeo Racing + 1.202 8
14 Daniil KVYAT Toro Rosso – 5
15 Sergio PEREZ Racing Point + 1.226 4
16 Romain GROSJEAN Haas F1 Team + 1.287 7
17 Lances STROLL Racing Point + 1.351 4
18 Lando NORRIS McLaren + 1.483 5
19 George RUSSELL Williams + 2.601 7
20 Robert KUBICA Williams- – 1

20.27: Session in fact ended, given what happened to the Russian of Toro Rosso. Nothing serious for him, but it is clear that these problems could lead to penalties.

20.26: Power Unit problem also on Kvyat's Toro Rosso, which came out of the track.

20:25: RED FLAG!!!

20.22: Hamilton fast with gasoline on board: 1’12 ″ 9 for the British Mercedes.

20.20: Bottas has changed tires (hard), Hamilton has fitted medium tires, while Leclerc continues with yellow band tires, the same goes for Vettel (soft).

8.18pm: A decidedly balanced situation, also dictated by a short 12-track track compared to the usual. Ferrari, as usual, better in the fast sections.

20.14: 1’13 ″ 1 and 1’13 ″ 2 for the Reds who respond to Hamilton. To underline the chrono of Leclerc, the only one on the track with the averages.

20.12: 1’13 ″ 5 for the two Ferrari Leclerc and Vettel, but Hamilton scores 1’13 ″ 0 and as usual Mercedes with petrol on board goes very strong.

20.10: 1’13 ″ 5, 1’13 ″ 6 for Leclerc which however is running on medium tires, while Vettel will run with soft tires. Good start anyway for Charles.

20.08: Gasly's Toro Rosso engine problems, stopped right now. Virtual Safety Car!

20.06: 1’13 ″ 2 and 1’13 ″ 4 for Bottas and Hamilton with soft tires. Now we will see what the two Reds will do on the race pace.

04.20: Case in unsafe release for Leclerc coming out of the pits, regardless of Bottas. Team error. Will there be a fine?

20.02: "This morning we had the chance to have used wet and intermediate tires. The race should be dry, but you never know at Interlagos. Between medium and soft there is less than half a second, between hard and medium 8 tenths. From the first numbers it should be a one-stop race“, The words of Mario Isola, interviewed by Sky Sport.

20.00: Many riders on the track at this time and simulation of the race pace, as mentioned.

19.57: The teams, now, in view of the next 30 minutes, will focus on the race step simulation.

19.55: The updated time schedule is as follows:

1 Sebastian VETTEL Ferrari1: 09.217 5
2 Charles LECLERC Ferrari + 0.021 6
3 Max VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing + 0.134 3
4 Valtteri BOTTAS Mercedes + 0.156 3
5 Lewis HAMILTON Mercedes + 0.223 3
6 Kevin MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team + 0.926 4
7 Daniel RICCIARDO Renault + 0.977 3
8 Kimi RAIKKONEN Alfa Romeo Racing + 0.993 4
9 Alexander ALBON Red Bull Racing + 1.058 3
10 Carlos SAINZ McLaren + 1.093 3
11 Nico HULKENBERG Renault + 1.108 3
12 Pierre GASLY Toro Rosso + 1.135 2
13 Antonio GIOVINAZZI Alfa Romeo Racing + 1.202 5
14 Daniil KVYAT Toro Rosso + 1.207 4
15 Sergio PEREZ Racing Point + 1.226 2
16 Romain GROSJEAN Haas F1 Team + 1.287 5
17 Lances STROLL Racing Point + 1.351 2
18 Lando NORRIS McLaren + 1.483 3
19 George RUSSELL Williams + 2.601 4
20 Robert KUBICA Williams- – 1

19.53: Hamilton is also improved and is fifth at 0 ″ 223. Minimal differences in the top-5.

19.52: Great time trial by Max Verstappen who moves to third place at 0 ″ 134 from Vettel. The first four enclosed in less than two tenths!

19.50: Hamilton gets better, but he's still fourth at 0 ″ 487 from Vettel.

7.48pm: 1.09am 217 for Vettel who reiterates first place ahead of Leclerc by 21 thousandths and Bottas of 156. Now we wait for Hamilton.

7.45 pm: The two Mercedes are mutually damaged due to the slowdown in Bottas. Vettel arrives, who is also "hindered" by the action of the two Silver Arrows.

7.44pm: Raikkonen gets the fifth fastest time with the soft 0 ″ 640 from the top (soft tires), ahead of Sainz (+0 ″ 740) always with soft tires. Also on the track are the Ferraris and the Mercedes.

19.43: Many on the track at this stage with soft tires, the time-attack is tested.

7.42pm: Verstappen continues to run solo, accumulating data on medium tires.

19.41: These are the best split times so far:

7.40 pm: Enter the track with Russel soft tires, rain that seems to have granted a truce …

19.37: Work in the Ferrari house, meanwhile, on the machine set-up.

19.35: The order of the times is as follows:

1 Sebastian VETTEL Ferrari1: 09.570 3
2 Charles LECLERC Ferrari + 0.250 3
3 Lewis HAMILTON Mercedes + 0.368 2
4 Max VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing + 0.481 2
5 Alexander ALBON Red Bull Racing + 0.852 2
6 Valtteri BOTTAS Mercedes + 1.034 2
7 Pierre GASLY Toro Rosso + 1.079 1
8 Carlos SAINZ McLaren + 1.224 2
9 Antonio GIOVINAZZI Alfa Romeo Racing + 1.353 3
10 Daniil KVYAT Toro Rosso + 1.377 3
11 Nico HULKENBERG Renault + 1.497 2
12 Lances STROLL Racing Point + 1.502 1
13 Sergio PEREZ Racing Point + 1.534 1
14 Romain GROSJEAN Haas F1 Team + 1.709 3
15 Kevin MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team + 1.782 2
16 Lando NORRIS McLaren + 2.511 2
17 Daniel RICCIARDO Renault + 2.560 2
18 Kimi RAIKKONEN Alfa Romeo Racing + 2.770 2
19 George RUSSELL Williams + 2.772 3
20 Robert KUBICA Williams- – 1

19.33: Verstappen however is on track and does not improve due to the conditions described.

19.32: Rain that was not needed for the teams, unable to accumulate information on the behavior of the cars.

19.30: ATTENTION! It's raining in Interlagos.

19.29: Hulkenberg climbs to eleventh place with Renault at 1 ″ 497 from Vettel.

7.26pm: The pilots return to the pits and soon the soft tires will be fitted, for a real time-attack simulation.

19.25: Excellent start of the Ferrari, therefore, with the German in front of everyone. Leclerc equally convincing, but we remember burdened by the penalty of 10 positions on the starting grid for the replacement of the Power Unit.

19.23: The timing order is as follows:

1 Sebastian VETTEL Ferrari1: 09.570 2
2 Charles LECLERC Ferrari + 0.250 2
3 Lewis HAMILTON Mercedes + 0.368 2
4 Max VERSTAPPEN Red Bull Racing + 0.481 1
5 Alexander ALBON Red Bull Racing + 0.901 1
6 Valtteri BOTTAS Mercedes + 1.034 2
7 Pierre GASLY Red Bull + 1.091 1
8 Carlos SAINZ McLaren + 1.224 2
9 Antonio GIOVINAZZI Alfa Romeo Racing + 1.353 2
10 Sergio PEREZ Racing Point + 1.591 1
11 Daniil KVYAT Toro Rosso + 1.593 3
12 Kevin MAGNUSSEN Haas F1 Team + 1.825 2
13 Lances STROLL Racing Point + 1.951 1
14 Lando NORRIS McLaren + 2,766 2
15 George RUSSELL Williams + 2.772 3
16 Kimi RAIKKONEN Alfa Romeo Racing + 2.871 2
17 Daniel RICCIARDO Renault + 3.134 2
18 Romain GROSJEAN Haas F1 Team + 3.430 3
19 Robert KUBICA Williams- – 1
20 Nico HULKENBERG Renault- – 2

19.21: Vettel responds to teammate: 1’09 ″ 570 for the Teutonic, with 250 thousandths of advantage over Leclerc.

19.19: LECLERC! Best lap of the Monegasque in 1’09 ″ 820 with 118 thousandths of an advantage over Hamilton and 321 over Verstappen. Sebastian Vettel is fourth at 0 ″ 337.

19.18: Hamilton, via radio, complains about the climb on the W10 gearbox.

19.17: Hamilton takes the lead with the time of 1’09 ″ 938, while the Ferrari of Leclerc arrives which is third 0 ″ 359 from Lewis (medium tires).

19:16. Vestappen with medium tires goes to the summit with the time of 1’10 ″ 051, ahead of Albon (medium tires) and Bottas (hard tires), respectively 0 ″ 699 and 0 ″ 761. On the track also Hamilton with the averages.

7.15pm: Verstappen and Bottas on the track immediately.

19:13: GREEN FLAG !!! Return to the track.

19.12: Pilots prepare to get back on track!

19.10: At this moment the commissioners are taking Williams off the offending zone. Probably the Kubica accident was caused by a "wet" curb.

07.19: Bad impact against Kubica's Williams barriers which, on leaving curve-2, loses stability. Fortunately, nothing serious for the Polish driver, but a seriously damaged car.

19:05: RED FLAG!!!

04.04: Bottas achieves an excellent time of 1’10 ″ 812 on hard tires. Behind him Sainz with 249 thousandths of delay with the averages, third Giovinazzi with Alfa Romeo at 0 ″ 932 with the averages.

19.03: The first times arrive: Antonio Giovinazzi leads with a time of 1’11 ″ 744 with 960 thousandths of an advantage over Ricciardo. Italian with medium tires and Australian with hard tires.

19.03: On the track also the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas with hard tires.

19.02: Giovinazzi's Alfa Romeo is on track immediately, followed by Norris, Raikkonen and Grosjean. Single-seater on the track with medium tires.

19.01: In the first part the time-attack will be simulated, then later it will be the turn of the race step simulation.

19.00: GO TO THE FP2 !!

18.58: Here are the weather conditions:

18.57: 3 ′ at the start, therefore, of a particularly important session on the dry, after the rain of FP1. 30% rain risk.

18.54: The pilots will meet a totally “green” track, without gumming, for the rain of the first session.

18.52: We are working hard in the Red Bull box to repair the RB15 of Alexander Albon, after the FP1 accident.

18.50: It does not rain at this time, therefore truce on Interlagos. A dry track session is expected.

18.47: On this track the tires are subjected to high lateral and longitudinal forces, which increases the temperature of the compound which never takes too long to rest. The downforce is on average high, with equal need for mechanical and aerodynamic grip, which leads to extra effort for the tires.

6.45pm: Very difficult conditions in the first round, it is hoped that the weather is mild for FP2.

18.43: Power Units, therefore, particularly requested.

18.41: As far as the Power Unit is concerned, the Brazilian track will not be too demanding for the endothermic units, but will put the turbochargers under pressure. To compensate for the loss of power, estimated at around 1.5%, due to the more rarefied air, the turbocharger unit will have to run at a speed greater than about 2,000 rpm.

18.39: The Brazilian track is usually a medium / medium-high downforce due to the numerous curves present above all in the second sector, which however also enhances the motor characteristics of the cars. In fact, it is worth noting the presence of two long straights between the first and third sector where it will be necessary to generate very high speeds both to minimize the loss of time on the lap and to be able to be efficient in performing overtaking in the race.

18.36: On the Monegasque single-seater a new member has been mounted after the critical points found in Austin a couple of weeks ago and therefore the young champion of the Rossa will have to serve ten penalty positions on Sunday's starting grid.

18.34: As was known, Charles Leclerc was replaced "only" the endothermic engine at the 2019 Brazilian GP, ​​the penultimate stage of the F1 World Championship that is run on the Interlagos circuit.

18.32: It will be interesting to understand, therefore, what the conditions of these FP2 will be, important for delineating the balance on the track.

18.30: Third and fourth the two Ferraris, with the German Sebastian Vettel detached from 0.899 and the Monegasque Charles Leclerc of 1.143 turning above all in the first phase of the session with a track still very wet. In the last five minutes the team from Maranello has sent both single-seaters on the track with the slick, but was unable to improve the times previously set with the intermediate cars.

18.27: Behind Albon we find the Mercedes of the Finnish Valtteri Bottas, second place at 0.551 from the summit at the end of a round in which he showed an excellent competitiveness with intermediate tires on wet asphalt also thanks to the high aerodynamic load that he releases the W10.

18.25: In the closing stages the Thai of Red Bull has mounted dry tires like many others but going to crash into the barriers outside the Juncao corner thus damaging the front right suspension and causing the red flag that put an end to the session.

18.23: Alexander Albon closed the FP1 at the top of the standings thanks to an excellent 1’16 ″ 142 obtained with intermediate tires in the best moment of the round as far as track conditions are concerned

18.21: First free practice session not very significant due to a constantly improving wet asphalt which did not allow the riders to make time with slick tires in the last minutes.

18.19: Hello and welcome back to LIVE LIVE for free practice 2 of the Brazilian GP, ​​penultimate round of the 2019 World F1 Championship. On the Interlagos track, the drivers and teams will try to find the ideal set-up in the shortest time in view of tomorrow's qualifying and the Sunday race.

RESULTS AND CLASSIFICATION FP1 GP BRAZIL 2019 F1

THE TRIAL OF THE FREE TRIALS 1

SEBASTIAN VETTEL: “THE ACCUSATIONS OF VERSTAPPEN? I DON'T CONSIDER THEM "

CHARLES LECLERC: “VERY MOTIVATED FOR THE WEEKEND. PENALIZATION … "

WEEKEND WEATHER FORECAST, RAIN RISK

VALTTERI BOTTAS'S DECLARATIONS: "POINT TO THE WORLD 2020"

THE DECLARATIONS OF DANIEL RICCIARDO

FERRARI STILL UNDER ATTACK FOR THE ENGINE: A NEW FIA STANDARD MAY LIMIT IT

The program of the Brazil GP (November 15th) – The presentation of the Brazil GP – Leclerc with the 2020 engine?

Hello and welcome back to LIVE LIVE of the free practice 1 of the Brazilian GP, ​​penultimate round of the 2019 World F1 Championship. On the Interlagos track, the drivers and teams will try to find the ideal set-up in the shortest time in view of tomorrow's qualifying and the Sunday race.

Ferrari will have to deal with the penalty to Charles Leclerc. The Monegasque will in fact be sanctioned for 10 positions on the starting grid for having replaced his Red Unit's Power Unit. The Prancing Horse technicians, in fact, could not help but change the second unit used in Austin (United States) and at the same time they failed to recover the damaged EV03 engine during the FP3 in Texas. Therefore a weekend with a handicap is planned for Charles, but he could have a propeller in the 2020 version. We'll see.

A circuit, on paper, that should smile at the SF90, endowed with great power. A topic that has become hot in recent weeks, given that many teams (including Mercedes and Red Bull) have asked the FIA ​​for clarifications on the use of petrol linked to maximizing engine performance. The second directive of the Federation on this topic feeds the controversy, given that Ferrari found itself at the center of a case, without ever having violated the rules in practice.

However, beyond this, German Sebastian Vettel is willing to stand out, eager to exploit the problems of the partner / rival and launch the gauntlet to the Mercedes, with Lewis Hamilton already world champion and Valtteri Bottas ready to grant the encore after what happened in the States. The Teutonic, for his part, must cancel the withdrawal suffered in the USA and Brazil has the chance to make up for it.

OA Sport offers you LIVE LIVE for the free practice 1 of the Brazilian GP, ​​the penultimate round of the 2019 World F1 Championship: real-time news and constant updates. It starts at 15.00. Have fun! (Photo: LaPresse)

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