The second training session for the GP of Italy was characterized by a very heavy crash of Marcus Ericsson. Sebastian Vettel showed in his Ferrari to the fastest, the belgian Stoffel Vandoorne drove the nineteenth time.
In contrast to the first training session was the second training session on a dry track moved. Ideal for the riders to their preparations for qualifying and the race off to work, but that work was soon disturbed by a very heavy crash of Marcus Ericsson.
During the measurement for the first chicane lap, his car suddenly to the left against the crash barriers and the Swede went sideways over the head. For the second time in as many raceweekends proved the Halo are now as protection of the rider. From the video it turned out that Ericsson DRS on the rear wing open was to remain standing during the measurement.
After the session is briefly interrupted for the cleaning up of the job and the wegtakelen of Ericsson bolide could the session be.
During the further course of the session showed mainly the two Ferrari pilots. Sebastian Vettel seemed to be on the circuit of Monza to fly and that could almost be taken literally. The German lost the control in the Parabolica, and flew from the track. Luckily for Vettel without heavy damage to his car and the German was able to return to the pits.
Ultimately, it was Ferrari on top during the second training session with Sebastian Vettel as the fastest, team-mate Kimi were times, and Lewis Hamilton in third place.
The belgian Stoffel Vandoorne drove the nineteenth time, behind team-mate Fernando Alonso who eighteen was. The McLaren MCL33 is obviously also on the hogesnelheidscircuit of Monza is not competitive.
1. THE Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:21.105 27
2. FI Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 1:21.375 +0.270 31
3. GB Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:21.392 +0.287 31
4. FI Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:21.803 +0.698 35
5. EN Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing 1:22.154 +1.049 28
6. AU Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing 1:22.296 +1.191 28
7. FR Esteban Ocon Racing Point Force India 1:22.930 +1.825 30
8. MX Sergio Perez Racing Point Force India 1:22.942 +1.837 32
9. MC Charles Leclerc Sauber 1:22.965 +1.860 20
10. THE Nico Hülkenberg Renault 1:23.063 +1.958 30
11. FR Romain Grosjean Haas F1 1:23.077 +1.972 31
12. ES Carlos Sainz jr, Renault, 1:23.193 +2.088 32
13. DK Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 1:23.233 +2.128 28
14. FR Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso 1:23.402 +2.297 34
15. RU Sergey Sirotkin Williams 1:23.514 +2.409 28
16. New zealand Brendon Hartley Toro Rosso 1:23.531 +2.426 16
17. CA Lance Stroll down Williams 1:23.566 +2.461 29
18. ES Fernando Alonso McLaren 1:23.741 +2.636 23
19. BE Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:24.084 +2.979 30
20. SE Marcus Ericsson Sauber no time 2
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