Carlos Sainz Fastest in Singapore GP Practice
In the first practice session of the Singapore Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc from the Ferrari team topped the leaderboard. However, it was his teammate Carlos Sainz who stole the limelight during the second practice session held under the lights.
During Free Practice 2, Sainz set the fastest time of the day, clocking in at 1m32.120s. This time was 0.018 seconds quicker than both Leclerc and George Russell from Mercedes.
Impressive Performance by Sainz
Sainz showcased his skill and speed on the Singapore track, outperforming his teammate Leclerc as well as Russell. His performance in FP2 will undoubtedly boost his confidence going into the rest of the race weekend.
Leclerc Shows Promise in FP1
Although Leclerc couldn’t replicate his strong performance in FP2, he displayed promising pace during the daylight session of Free Practice 1. Leclerc’s time had secured him the top spot before Sainz took over later in the evening.
It will be interesting to see how Leclerc bounces back in the remaining practice sessions and whether he can challenge Sainz’s dominance in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Exciting Battle Ahead
The competition between Ferrari’s drivers and the strong showing by George Russell sets the stage for an exhilarating race in Singapore. As the teams fine-tune their setups and strategies, fans can expect thrilling on-track battles and intense fights for pole position.
The Singapore Grand Prix is known for its tight street circuit and challenging conditions, making it a favorite among drivers and fans alike. With Carlos Sainz setting the pace, there is no doubt that the race weekend will be filled with excitement and unpredictability.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Singapore Grand Prix as the drivers continue to push the limits and fight for glory on the iconic track.