Spanish Grand Prix Free Practice 1 - Results

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Spanish Grand Prix Free Practice 1 - Results

Full results from Free Practice 1 for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, round 6 of the 2020 Formula 1 season.

2020 Spanish Grand Prix - Free Practice 1 results

Pos Driver Team Time Gap Laps
1 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:16.785s 33
2 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:16.824s + 0.039s 29
3 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:17.724s + 0.939s 26
4 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:17.970s + 1.185s 27
5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:17.981s + 1.196s 27
6 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:18.291s + 1.506s 29
7 Sergio Pérez Racing Point 1:18.471s + 1.686s 31
8 Alexander Albon Red Bull 1:18.606s + 1.821s 27
9 Kevin Magnussen Haas 1:18.620s + 1.835s 28
10 Lance Stroll Racing Point 1:18.643s + 1.858s 31
11 Carlos Sainz McLaren 1:18.733s + 1.948s 33
12 Esteban Ocon Renault 1:18.736s + 1.951s 31
13 Lando Norris McLaren 1:18.744s + 1.959s 32
14 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri 1:18.888s + 2.103s 26
15 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo 1:18.917s + 2.132s 24
16 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo 1:18.981s + 2.196s 24
17 Daniil Kvyat AlphaTauri 1:19.145s + 2.360s 21
18 Daniel Ricciardo Renault 1:19.230s + 2.445s 31
19 Nicholas Latifi Williams 1:20.334s + 3.549s 30
20 Roy Nissany Williams 1:20.664s + 3.879s 25

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Bottas tops FP1 in Barcelona from Hamilton and Verstappen

Valtteri Bottas clocked in with the fastest lap in Friday's first practice session for the Spanish Grand Prix... The post Bottas tops FP1 in Barcelona from Hamilton and Verstappen appeared first on F1i.com.

Bottas tops FP1 in Barcelona from Hamilton and Verstappen

Valtteri Bottas clocked in with the fastest lap in Friday's first practice session for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, the Finn edging Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull's Max Verstappen.

Bottas' best of 1m16.785s represented just a small 0.039 margin over Hamilton while Verstappen was 0.939s adrift.

Ferrari chargers Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel closed out the top five over a second behind the morning's pace setter. 

Formula 1 kicked off its third leg of its most recent double-header with Barcelona under 28 degrees C and zero risk of rain moving in over the Circuit de Catalunya.

A new face was added to the roster, with F2 racer Roy Nissany making his official F1 debut with Williams, the Israeli driver taking over George Russell's FW43 in FP1.

And Sergio Perez was also back in action for Racing Point after a two-hiatus spent in quarantine.

At Ferrari, Sebastian Vettel rolled out in a new SF1000 chassis in a hope to improve his downbeat performances year-to-date, the German putting the first timed lap on the board in the opening minutes of the session which the bulk of the field spent undertaking installation laps.

As everyone got going in earnest, a 1m18.575s run on mediums popped Bottas to the top, but Hamilton then beat the Finn's time by a slither, using the hard compound.

Perez lost no time getting back into the groove, the Mexican's early effort yielding the third fastest lap just 0.158s behind Hamilton, with Verstappen slotted in fourth as the session reached its half-way mark.

Shortly before the final 30 minutes got underway, Bottas put a set of soft tyres to good use, laying down a 1m16.785s that Hamilton approached within 0.039s despite complaining of vibrations on his front soft tyres.

For the first time in FP1, Charles Leclerc popped up among the front-runners, the Ferrari charger firing up a P3 while Vettel was P4. But both drivers were dispatched in short order by a soft-shod Verstappen who took over third.

Meanwhile Alex Albon was urged by his team to nurse his car back to the pits after a sudden loss of power.

The order remained unchanged in the closing stages of the session, with Bottas thus heading Hamilton, Verstappen, Leclerc and Vettel.

It was a productive morning for Haas' Romain Grosjean who clocked in sixth, the Frenchman edging Perez, Albon, teammate Kevin Magnussen and Racing Point's Lance Stroll who rounded off the top ten.

McLaren, Renault and AlphaTauri failed to put any of their drivers in the first half of the field while Nissany made up the rear although the Williams rookie acquitted himself well all things considered, concluding his fist ever FP1 just three tenths behind teammate Nicholas Latifi.

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