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F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix - FP3 results

Article To news overview © XPBimages Charles Leclerc was the quickest in Singapore Grand Prix FP3 ahead of Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz. The session only saw 30 minutes of running due to rain hitting the track beforehand, limiting running for the drivers. Leclerc made a late switch to Intermediates on the drying track to set his time, improving in the dying moments to go 0.526s quicker than Verstappen. Teammate Sainz was third fastest ahead of Fernando Alonso, both of whom also made improvements at the end of the session. Result Free practice 3 - Singapore Pos. Driver Team Time Results are being loaded... View full results
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