George Russell dominates FP1; Leclerc shines among chaos

George Russell Tops Free Practice 1 in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Mercedes’ driver George Russell set the pace in Free Practice 1 for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, finishing 0.28 seconds ahead of Aston Martin’s reserve driver Felipe Drugovich.

Leclerc Takes Charge in Disrupted FP2

In Free Practice 2, Charles Leclerc claimed the fastest time of 1m24.809s amidst a session that saw two red flags due to crashes involving Carlos Sainz of Ferrari and Nico Hulkenberg of Haas.

Impressive Performance by Russell

George Russell showcased his skills in the first practice session, outpacing the competition to secure the top spot. With his strong performance, he has set the stage for an exciting weekend at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Disruptions in FP2

The second practice session faced significant interruptions due to two major crashes. Carlos Sainz of Ferrari and Nico Hulkenberg of Haas both experienced accidents that resulted in red flags being raised. Despite these incidents, Charles Leclerc managed to set the fastest lap time, demonstrating his proficiency on the track.

Overall, the practice sessions in Abu Dhabi have provided a glimpse of the competitive nature of the Grand Prix. As the drivers continue to fine-tune their strategies and adapt to the track conditions, fans can anticipate an intense battle for pole position and a thrilling race ahead.

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