Scuderia Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc stayed fastest in the second practice session ahead of Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at the Jeddah circuit.
The Monégasques driver set a time of 01:30.074s and ended the day just ahead of defending champion Max Verstappen in his Red Bull.
Carlos Sainz was fourth just ahead of seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton who was 0.439s behind Leclerc just behind Sergio Perez.
George Russell was sixth with a time of 01:30.664s just ahead of Lando Norris’ McLaren who showed vast improvement compared to last week.
Estefan Ocon was eighth just ahead of Alfa Romeo F1 Team’s Valtteri Bottas.
Yuki Tsunoda rounded out the top ten despite going to the pits on a low loader due to an apparent engine issue.
Fernando Alonso was 11th just ahead of Pierre Gasly and Mick Schumacher.
Lance Stroll was 14th just ahead of McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo while Nico Hulkenberg was 16th. Zhou Guanyu was 17th just ahead of Nichlos Latifi and Alex Albon.
Kevin Magnussen lost a load of time due to an apparent hydraulic issue.