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Actually, Both Mercedes drivers embarked on their qualifying simulation runs at the restart, with Bottas 0.044s up on Hamilton after the first sector.
And after struggling to get the car into the Turn 6 right-hander and running slightly wide, the rear stepped out mid-corner.
Bottas corrected, but the car then snapped right and fired him nose-on into the wall in a heavy impact that led to a second red flag.
This also prevented Hamilton, among others, from completing their qualifying simulation lap – although he was slower on his aborted quick lap after two sectors
Verstappen, who was still on his first set of mediums, lost the rear just before the apex and backed heavily into the wall after 35 minutes.
Verstappen was able to get out of the car and return to the Red Bull garage after jogging down the pit entry road, but when the session did restart it didn’t last long.
Antonio Giovinazzi had the misfortune to have just started his soft run when the first red flag came, then was on a quick lap when the second appeared.
He eventually did get the Leclerc had to back off through the final corner thanks to the yellow flags, but still set a time good enough to earn him top spot.
Kevin Magnussen and Sergio Perez were 11th and 12th, and both managed to put in a quick lap on softs, as did 13th-placed Alex Albon‘s Toro Rosso.
Bottas’s medium time was good enough for second fastest, 0.331s down
while Red Bull driver Pierre Gasly recovered from a trip through the gravel at Turn 4 on his first run to take third place.
Obviously, That put him 0.041s faster than Hamilton, who did not resume his qualifying simulation after the red flag so had to rely on his earlier hard-shod time.
McLaren driver Carlos Sainz, among the first drivers to post a quick time on softs before the red flags
was fifth fastest and just 0.459s off the pace – although he did have a trip through the gravel late in the session at Turn 6 after the rear stepped out on entry
Bottas set the pace early on using medium Pirellis thanks to a lap of 1m05.417s, with Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton a tenth behind.
Definitely, But as the field started to switch onto softs for qualifying simulation runs And the first red flag was caused by Max Verstappen crashing in the last corner.