On Saturday morning the sun was come back. The risk of rain for the final practice was 60%, but it still didn’t start during the session, so FP3 was held in dry conditions.
The practice was delayed by 10 minutes due to track work at Turn 4. The race direction was trying to remove the oil from the road, since before FP3 in Formula 2 race after Ralph Boschung’s engine blowup the oil spilled on the track. So, that’s why in the beginning of the session you could see a cloud of dust at Turn 4.
Returning to the teams’ results. At the first part of the session it seemed like Ferrari came back the speed and pace of the cars. However, after Leclerc’s 1:18.228 and Vettel’s 1:17.435 Hamilton appeared on the track and took the lead. His teammate Valtteri Bottas remained on P4 without tangible progress.
After some problems with "too sensitive" car on Friday Max Verstappen returned with the better set-up and showed the best time of the session. But for a few laps. At the final attempt Lewis Hamilton overtook the Dutch, setting the new record time – 1:16.084.
The session ended ambiguously for the Alfa Romeo drivers. Kimi Raikkonen was much more successful on the track during FP3, tacking 8th position. While his teammate Antonio Giovinazzi has finished the session on P15.
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