It was not an easy day for Scuderia Ferrari at the British Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc took his fourth consecutive podium finish, the fifth this season, finishing third in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone circuit.
Charles Leclerc will start the British Grand Prix from third on the grid and Sebastian Vettel will line up sixth. The race starts at 14.10pm (15.10pm CET).
Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel will start from the second and third rows of the grid respectively in the British Grand Prix that gets underway tomorrow at 14.10 (15.10 CET.)
Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel were first and second fastest respectively in the final free practice session prior to qualifying, which starts at 2pm.
Scuderia Ferrari made the most of Friday’s free practice to acquire data and prepare for the rest of the weekend.
Driving their SF90s, Charles Leclerc was third fastest and Sebastian Vettel fourth in the second free practice session for the British Grand Prix at the Silverstone circuit.
The Scuderia Ferrari SF90s finished the first free practice session of the British Grand Prix in fifth and sixth places.
Fluctuating temperatures and weather ranging from clouds to sunshine greeted Scuderia Ferrari and its drivers to the United Kingdom
The angular, futuristic shapes of Silverstone's paddock
Sunday sees the seventieth running of the British Grand Prix.
Everyone at Scuderia Ferrari wishes Sebastian Vettel all the best for his 32nd birthday today.
Scuderia Ferrari leaves Austria with a second and fourth place courtesy of Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel, which came at the end of a great race that was closely fought right from the start to the end of the 71 laps.
Scuderia Ferrari took its 222nd pole position courtesy of Charles Leclerc.
Scuderia Ferrari claimed its third pole position of the season, courtesy of Charles Leclerc.
The final hour of free practice prior to qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix saw Charles Leclerc post the quickest lap around the Spielberg track.
Plenty of work for Scuderia Ferrari during the three hours of free practice for the Austrian Grand Prix.
The second 90 minutes of free practice for the Austrian Grand Prix ended with a Ferrari topping the time sheet
The first free practice session for the Austrian Grand Prix has just ended with Sebastian Vettel setting the second fastest time in 1’04”982