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No one wants to be the lead driver. Q3 be like The session has now restarted but with six minutes and 35 seconds left, we will probably have three minutes of waiting around before a car leaves the garage.
The top ten as we wait for the session to restart are 1. Raikkonen, A medical car has been sent out for Raikkonen but he looks ok - it looks to be more of a precaution due to the force of the crash.
The big losers there are Bottas and Alex Albon as the red flags were out before they could set a lap - therefore they have had their times deleted.
Vettel may also have his time deleted as he looked like he ran too far wide and off circuit at the Parabolica.
At least in my eyes anyway Charles Leclerc, picking up a Renault tow, goes quickest from Hamilton but seconds later the red flags come out as Raikkonen has spun off at the entrance to Parabolica, crashing the Alfa Romeo backwards in the barrier.
Mercedes were first out, but they stopped at the end of the pit-lane to allow Ferrari to lead the way. Vettel is the front man but Leclerc won't benefit from the tow as they are separated by the two Renaults.
Hamilton will get a tow from Bottas in this session, but who is going to play second fiddle down at Ferrari? Someone at Ferrari will have to prevent Lewis nailing his fifth pole position in six years.
Worth noting that while Carlos Sainz has gone nine tenths quicker than Norris, it was down to his McLaren giving him a slipstream tow.
Playing the team game Lewis Hamilton goes fastest - the first time this weekend for Mercedes - as he benefits from the Valtteri Bottas slipstream.
Both Ferraris made errors on their final lap and elected to pit. Most importantly for them though is they are through to the pole position shootout.
The slipstream battle is on. With two minutes and 12 seconds left, every single car leads the garage as Alex Albon pulls the pin in the Red Bull to give everyone a tow.
Daniil Kvyat is the man on the bubble. Big cheers from the Tifosi as Leclerc goes fastest once more in the first round of runs, just ahead of Hamilton, Vettel and Ricciardo.
Less than three tenths separate those four. Great to still see Renault up there. No medium tyres for Ferrari in this session - all the drivers have opted for the soft compound in this session.
Well if you are going to suffer engine problems, now is the time for Verstappen. As he starts from the back anyway, a Honda gremlin now won't ruin his weekend but it does mean he ends the session without a time and propping up the grid.
This will be the third race of season and it will be interesting to see how teams cope with heat on a busy Sunday, 14th April There have been number of changes ahead of the season starting with the official F1 logo to French Formula 1 Grand Prix making a comeback while Malaysian Grand Prix have been removed from the calendar.
Below is the entire official calendar for season. You can also find broadcast information, with details of how and where you can watch the race on TV, or download the Italian Grand Prix schedule to your mobile device.
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With Hamilton ruled out of action after testing positive for COVID on Monday, Russell has impressed while adapting to the Mercedes W11 having been granted permission from Williams to act as the seven-time F1 world champion's replacement for this weekend.
Russell set the fastest time in both Friday practice sessions as Valtteri Bottas appeared to struggle in the sister Mercedes.
The Finn had a succession of soft tyre lap times deleted for track limits in FP2, which ultimately left him down in 11th place. Friday turned into a tricky day for Ferrari, with Sebastian Vettel suffering two spins in the second session while team-mate Charles Leclerc did not set a lap time due to damaging a driveshaft.
Further back, Pietro Fittipaldi ended the day 18th fastest ahead of his F1 debut as he steps in for the injured Romain Grosjean at Haas, with the French driver hoping to return next weekend in Abu Dhabi after his fiery crash at the Bahrain GP.
Due to the redrafted F1 calendar following the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent cancellation of 13 races, series bosses have scrambled to produce a campaign of a minimum of eight races to meet FIA world championship criteria along with reaching a minimum of 15 races to fulfil the TV broadcasting deal.
As well as hosting double-headers at the Red Bull Ring and Silverstone, F1 has also visited venues not on the original calendar, with Istanbul Park having been the fifth of the new destinations last month, following on from Mugello, the Nurburgring, Portimao and Imola.
Bahrain's second race becomes the final new addition to the F1 calendar, with the season wrapping up next weekend with the Abu Dhabi GP.
The previous 'new' races on the redrawn F1 calendar were either part of double-headers at the same circuit Styrian GP at the Red Bull Ring and 70th Anniversary GP at Silverstone or races taking a new name as the national race title was already used or unavailable.
With different races not allowed the same name in the same F1 world championship season, the Nurburging's F1 race, Mugello's F1 race, Imola's F1 race and the Red Bull Ring's second F1 race were named after the region the circuits are each situated in.
The second Silverstone race was named as a way to celebrate the 70th year of the F1 grand prix world championship.
The final unique race name for the unconventional calendar is the second Bahrain race, which is called the Sakhir GP, which is also named after the region the track is based.
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