The pilot of the youth Academy Ferrari Charles LeClair showed the best time on the first test day at the Hungaroring.
The young Monegasque drove the fastest lap on the track in Hungary for the 1.17,746, ahead of McLaren Stoffele of Vandorn just 0,088 seconds.
The third Protocol was Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes driver though, unlike the others, participated in the tire tests for Pirelli. It is worth noting that Williams also became the record holder for mileage, wraping the day 155 laps.
After Valtteri is another rider of the German team George Russell, and the fifth position remained for lance Strolla replacing Executive at the Hungaroring Felipe Massa.
Sixth place on the day of a booked Nikita Mazepin. The Russians spent the first half of the day driving VJM10, and after lunch gave way to the cockpit to Lucas Auer. The Austrian lost Mazepin 0,653 seconds, finishing in ninth place in the Protocol.
In the results table between the pilots Force India was Nicolas Latifi, representing the Renault, and Sean Gelael for Toro Rosso STR12.
Places from tenth to 12th distributed between Santino Ferrucci (Haas), Max Verstappen and Gustav Malia (Sauber).
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