By James Galloway
Carlos Sainz brings out the red flag after he met his Ferrari slammed into the crash barriers in third practice forward of the Dutch Grand Prix
Max Verstappen laid down an ominous marker on the way to being first-ever home grand price qualifying session by the in to set pace by means of half An second in final practice around Zandvoort.
Cleared by stewards ahead of the session after an investigation into passing under red flags on Friday got Verstappen back down to look up business in emphatic style on Saturday morning in front of are passionate home fans.
The Red Bull leaders best round of 1:09.623 wax half An second faster than Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and a further two tenths faster than title rival Lewis Hamilton.
“Max is in incredible shape. He flies out there was die lap spectacular,” said Sky F1’s Nico Rosberg.
Ferrari had surpassed Friday’s run, but endured a more problematic final practice with Charles Leclerc only ninth fastest and Carlos Sainz crashes out heavy in turn three.
the losing of back end of to be car left turn two as he approached the berm next left-hander, Sainz was turned around in An big consequence with the barriers. The Spanish car suffered what appeared to be significant damage and Sainz is now in doubt for qualifying at 2 p.m.
Mick Schumacher makes a trip through the gravel in his Haas during P3 in the Dutch GP
Sergio Perez finished fourth in the second Red Bull only 0.9 seconds adrift of team-mate Verstappen around what is one of the shortest lap of the season.
Alpine kept on going in the meantime met show promise with Fernando Alonso fifth fastest forward of Lando Norris of McLaren and Lance Stroll of Aston Martin.
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