Formula 1: Aston Martin drivers collide and Ferrari return to the podium in the last Australian GP practice

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Formula 1: Aston Martin drivers collide and Ferrari return to the podium in the last Australian GP practice

Sebastián Vettel crashed on turn 10 of the Albert Park circuit in the third practice of the Australian GP.

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The third training session at Melbourne’s Albert Park Circuit, home of Australian Grand Prix of Formula 1, represents a real headache for Aston Martin. It was the same drivers of that group who crashed into their cars and left a heavy workload for mechanics before qualifying.

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The first to fall was Sebastian Vettel, who hit the wall hard at the exit of Turn 10, causing the first red flag. The German was not in the second training, after being fined € 5,000 after the first training for riding around the track on a scooter.

Then his companion, Lance Mamasyalwhich left the track, on turn 11, and also caused major damage to the vehicle.

Meanwhile, Dutchman Max Verstappen, current World Champion, lost control on turn 13 and turned around, but did not hit either side.

On the other hand, Ferrari regained a spot on the podium. While in the first two practices this Friday he won 1st place, thanks to the performance of Carlos Sainz and then Charles Leclerc, in the third and final practice he had to settle for second position, which went to the native Monaco.

In this case, the fastest time is marked lando norrisfrom McLaren, with a circuit lap on one minute, 19 seconds and 117 hundredths. The podium was completed by Sergio Pérez, from Red Bull, 148 hundredths from the best mark. For his part, British Lewis Hamilton, seven -time F1 champion, started in eighth.


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