Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow leaves Suzuka and the Japanese Grand Prix having picked up a second place with Sebastian Vettel and a seventh with Charles Leclerc.
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow came away from the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka circuit with a second place courtesy of Sebastian Vettel and a sixth for Charles Leclerc.
Scuderia Ferrari locked out the front row in qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix that starts at 14.10 local, (7.10 CET).
Usually on a Saturday of a race weekend, the talk is about lap times, strategy, flying laps. However, today in Japan was somewhat different and it was all down to a typhoon that went by the name of Hagibis.
It was a busier Friday than usual here today.
In the second free practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc was fourth fastest with Sebastian Vettel fifth.
The Scuderia Ferrari Mission Window drivers were third and fourth fastest in the first free practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Thursday at the Japanese Grand Prix featured clear skies and pleasant weather, which should continue into tomorrow, when free practice takes place.
This Sunday sees the 35th running of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel spent the day in Maranello today, preparing in the simulator for the Japanese Grand Prix, which takes place at Suzuka circuit on Sunday 13 October.
It was a frustrating Russian Grand Prix for Scuderia Ferrari. Charles Leclerc finished third, but Sebastian Vettel had to retire
It was a frustrating day for Scuderia Ferrari at the Russian Grand Prix.
Scuderia Ferrari secured its seventh pole of the season, the sixth courtesy of Charles Leclerc, who was the only driver to get under the 1m 32s barrier at Sochi Autodrom.
Charles Leclerc took his sixth pole position of the season, the seventh for Scuderia Ferrari, counting Sebastian Vettel’s in Canada.
Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel topped the time sheet in the final free practice session prior to qualifying at 15 local (14 CET) for the sixth Russian Grand Prix.
Scuderia Ferrari got through all its Friday programme for the Russian Grand Prix. Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel were second and fifth respectively at the end of the day.
Charles Leclerc was second and Sebastian Vettel fifth at the end of the second free practice session for the Russian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel were first and third fastest respectively in the first free practice session for the Russian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc arrived bright and early at the Sochi Autodrom this morning, to be met by cool weather with the occasional rain shower.