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Sebastian Vettel crashes, McLaren has set a new benchmark

Published date: February 27, 2019

The second test, second stage second, Ferrari second-hand, caused a mechanical problem as a result of Sebastian Vettel's barriers.

For the second consecutive time, Scuderia suffered a breakdown morning, leaving the SF90 exit to Turn 3 and the barrier to stop the Vettel race.

Vettel made 40 returns on the table, the accident occurred and the damage to the car's nose and suspension concluded that he was not able to add his contract on Wednesday mornings. He got himself wrong.

Charles Leclerc, who was only on the lap of 29 laps on Tuesday morning, because the extensive verification is a SF90 cooling system, Ferrari is confronted with a long wait Ferrari said that before they would be "a few hours" they would be ready to resume their program.

Vettel's accident in the morning of the circuit of the Catalunya Circuit asked for a band of three, interrupting stops at the end of the circuit at McLaren and Red Bulle.

The stop of Carlos Sainz did not score at the top of the classification, until now, with the fastest test: 1: 17.114 C4 compound.

Renault's Nico Hulkenberg has two tenths less than the best effort in the Renault C5 tire.

The loss of water pressure was behind the McLaren break and ended in the morning.

He stopped at the end of the Red Bull Max Verstappen pit, a short time later, but it was soon to end up in the race and he was among the countdown drivers in Barcelona.

On Tuesday, he started trading with Valtteri Bottas, P4, W10, avoiding the most dramatic dramas like Ferrari and getting up to 75 laps.

On the other hand, Kimi Raikkonen's Alfa Romeo caught his eyes, the mini-sharks stacking on the car's nose, and Williams quietly went to their morning program, in a continuous rescue operation.

At the bottom of McLaren's reference, the sharks are back

Day two times (lunch break):

1 Carlos Sainz McLaren 1: 17,144 C4 56 laps

2 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1: 18,195 C3 40 laps

3 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1: 18,395 C3 71 laps

4 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1: 18,941 C3 75 laps

5 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1: 19.060 C3 36 laps

6 Kimi Raikkonen Alfa Romeo 1: 19,194 C3 43 laps

Sergio Perez Racing Point 1: 19,202 C3 29 laps

8 Romain Grosjean Haas 1: 19.717 C2 42 laps

9 Robert Kubica Williams 1: 19.991 C4 57 laps

10 Daniel Ricciardo Renault 1: 22.597 C2 72 returns

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