F1 French GP Race & Qualifying Live Stream & TV Channel Formula 1 2021

F1 French GP Race & Qualifying Live Stream & TV Channel Formula 1 2021 Full HD

F1 French GP Race & Qualifying Live Stream & TV Channel Formula 1 2021 Full HD

F1 French GP Race & Qualifying Live Stream & TV Channel Formula 1 2021 Full HD

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Clearly, Max Verstappen topped the second practice for Formula 1’s 2021 French Grand Prix by 0.008-seconds ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Hamilton at Paul Ricard.

And after Red Bull altered Verstappen’s set-up following his third-place result in FP1, the championship leader edged out Bottas

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The first practice pace-setter, as the Finn did not find time when running the soft tyres compared to the best of his early laps on the mediums.

When Friday’s second one-hour practice got underway, Williams driver George Russell set the P1 benchmark at 1m37.201s on the medium tyres

As he made his first appearance of the weekend after Roy Nissany ran his car in FP1.

Russell was quickly demoted as the pack set their initial laps, with Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi taking over in first place with a 1m35.522s

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Just a few moments later, Bottas shot to the top of the times with a very competitive 1m32.880s on the yellow-walled rubber, with that time standing as the fastest time for the next 30 minutes.

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Hamilton and Verstappen slotted in behind Bottas during the early stages, their best laps on the mediums putting them 0.4s and one-second down respectively.

Verstappen also lost a piece of his front wing when he ran over the large yellow kerbs at the exit of the Turn 2 fast right

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Which was recovered by a marshal running onto the track under the virtual safety car, as Red Bull informed race director Michael Masi it was running low on such carbon parts.

However, Sergio Perez who is the winner last time out in Baku, ended up down in P12, as he also initially did not go quicker after switching from the softs to the mediums.

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