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Clearly, Charles led a Ferrari one-two in second practice at the Canadian Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton crashed his Mercedes.
And Hamilton used medium tyres to set a 1m12.767s, lapping 0.147s faster than teammate Valtteri Bottas managed on the soft-compound Pirellis.
That left Mercedes almost a second clear of the best Ferrari and Red Bull could manage, as it gave its new-specification engine its debut in FP1.
Hamilton set the exact same time shortly afterwards, before Bottas moved clear on a 1m13.229s.
The final flying lap in Hamilton’s first run marked the first time he hit the top of the timing screens, moving ahead of Bottas on a 1m13.148s.
However, Bottas quickly resumed control on a 1m13.001s, marking the end of that salvo between the teammates as the first half of the session came to a close.
Leclerc and team-mate Sebastian Vettel, who had been lagging behind the Mercedes
leapt to the top of the times on their qualifying simulation runs. Leclerc edged Vettel by 0.074 seconds, after improving on his second attempt.
They continued to improve as the second runs began, with Bottas switching to a new set of softs and Hamilton opting for new mediums.
Bottas dipped below 1m13s for the first time on a 1m12.914s, but Hamilton eclipsed that by 0.15s despite harder rubber.
The Finn’s session ended early after his Mercedes started to suffer from low fuel pressure.
Of course, Ferrari and Red Bull avoided the softest tyres throughout the session, but would have been dismayed to see the gap to Hamilton on the same compound.
Charles Leclerc rose to third on a 1m13.720s on his second set to head Ferrari’s challenge, eclipsing the lead Red Bull of Max Verstappen by 0.035s.
The second Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel was slightly slower in fifth, not helped by running wide at Turn 1 on one lap and suffering a spin at the hairpin on another.
The majority of the drivers completed their initial runs on medium-compound Pirellis but Mercedes opted to use soft tyres straight away.
Actually, That allowed Bottas and Hamilton to engage in a solo battle at the head of the times, lapping faster and faster across multiple flying laps as the track improved.