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Obviously, Lewis Hamilton headed Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and the second Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel were close behind.
And Several teams have been vocal about their struggles with tyres in 2019, chief among them being Haas
and Ferrari, who’ve both identified an inability to get the Pirellis into the right operating window as being at the heart of their early-season difficulties.
And ahead of the running in Spain, Hamilton revealed that he understood what they were going through
while hinting that Mercedes might not be entirely on top of the situation themselves despite their record-breaking run of four one-two finishes…
Ferrari came to Spain with a new, upgraded engine, in addition to the usual aerodynamic upgrades nearly all teams bring to this race.
But Mercedes’ advantage appears to have grown rather than shrunk
the world champions have their own aerodynamic upgraded which is said to be worth as much as 0.4secs a lap.
British rookie George Russell crashed with five minutes to go, ending the session early, as Williams face another difficult weekend.
They have spent the two weeks since the Azerbaijan Grand Prix making new parts to replace those damaged in two heavy crashes in Baku.
Russell’s incident on Saturday saw him lose control on the entry to Turn Four, and he spin across the gravel trap and relatively lightly touched the wall.
Haas looked set for an impressive showing, with Romain Grosjean fifth fastest and less than 0.1secs behind Leclerc.
He and team-mate Kevin Magnussen were both ahead of the Red Bull of Max Verstappen in seventh
If Mercedes have ‘lucked’ into a car that switches its tyres on well, though, they’ve certainly made the most of it
with the team enjoying a 74-point buffer over Ferrari going into the fifth race weekend of the year in Barcelona.
And Hamilton believes that his team have the potential to stretch that advantage even more, providing that they can find a way to keep the car in its sweet spot
“Whilst we are having the wins that we’ve had, there are small windows where others could have stepped up and taken advantage of us,” said Hamilton.
“In future, if they don’t make the mistakes and capitalise on [their opportunities], we could be in trouble.
“I think with the car, we’ve done well with it in terms of trying to extract everything we can on each weekend
we’ll be able to put it in a better position than it has been, in terms of how it drives and how it looks after the tyres over the next races.
Of course, Bottas lost some track time after spinning into the gravel on his first lap of the session, missing one run. But the Finn still managed to split the Ferraris, who look on the back foot.