Recall that these two days of testing were aimed at offering teams the first work with tires in 2019, as well as fully test them on the side of Pirelli.
Even if the range of this rolling would fall outside the tire, Leclerc would at least have the pleasure of seeing the number 1 next to his name during his first day in red. Monegasque signed his time in the morning and did not lower it after that, looking a total of 135 times the Yas Marina scheme. It remains the best time of two days, but far from the pole position of Lewis Hamilton last Saturday at 1 & 39 "794.
This morning, Pierre Gustie follows him, and the French have improved their mark by only 60 thousandths compared to this morning, and this is the last hour of the drive. The driver of Red Bull is ahead of Lance Stroll by 128 thousandths. Canadians have not yet been officially confirmed by Racing Point Force India.
Valtteri Bottas finishes fourth, eventually unchanged from this morning. However, Carlos Sainz, now McLaren, jumped, signing 1 & # 39; 547 and finishing fifth.
Artem Markelov, at Renault, is half a tenth of the Spaniard, and George Russell rose to seventh after taking Robert Kubica in the last hours. Then come Daniel Quat, Luis Delétras between the two Williams and Antonio Giovinazzi. Sauber driver stood behind the red flag after stopping in the exit tunnel in the pit in the afternoon.
Abu Dhabi Trials – Day Two
|one||Charles Leclerc||Ferrari SF71H||1 36.450||135|
|2||Pierre Gustie||Red Bull RB14||1 & # 39; 9.916||129|
|3||Lance walk||Force India VJM11||1 & # 39.044||122|
|four||Valtteri Bottas||Mercedes F1 W09 EQ Power +||1 & # 39; 4,448||143|
|five||Carlos Sainz||McLaren MCL33||1 38.547||150|
|6||Artem Markelov||Renault R.S.18||1 & # 39; 5,590||129|
|7||George Russell||Mercedes F1 W09 EQ Power +||1 & # 39; 802||55|
|eight||Daniil Kvyat||Toro Rosso STR13||1 & # 39; 8,862||155|
|9||Louis Deletraz||Haas VF-18||1 & # 39.069||117|
|9||Antonio Giovinazzi||Sauber C37||1 & # 39; 40.435||129|
|ten||Robert Kubica||Williams FW41||1 & # 39; 20.208||39|