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Hungary FP2: Leclerc finds some pace, goes fastest

Charles Leclerc found some extra pace to go fastest at the end of FP2 for the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix, as Lando Norris was a surprise second best. Norris delivered a mega lap on Soft tyres during the session which out him a little over two tenths behind session leader Leclerc. Carlos Sainz was third in the sister Ferrari, ahead of 2021 Formula 1 Champion Max Verstappen who was fourth, as the both Ferrari drivers also showed some handy pace over the long run as well regardless of the tyre compound bolted to the F1-75, averaging almost half a second faster than Mex Verstappen's race simulations. It seems to becoming a habit for Red Bull to be slow on Friday only to find some pace...
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