Dutch Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc leads Ferrari one-two in second practice

Verstappen had a troubled day, missing most of the first session after his car lost drive, and did not complete a fast lap on soft tyres like his rivals. Verstappen’s truncated first session, in which he managed only seven laps, meant Red Bull had to change his programme for the afternoon. That meant he did not use the soft tyres on a flying lap to simulate qualifying. He ended the session 0.697 seconds off the pace, a margin unrepresentative of his potential. Verstappen had been quickest of all at the time he broke down in the first session. The second session was interrupted late on when Yuki Tsunoda spun his Alpha Tauri and beached it in a gravel trap, causing a red flag of a few minutes while the car was removed.

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