Charles Leclerc believes Red Bull remains too strong for Ferrari on race pace in Las Vegas despite ending up half
Leclerc led FP1 before it was halted due to an incident involving Sainz hitting a water valve cover. The session was not restarted, and FP2 was delayed but eventually got underway. Leclerc set the fastest time, with Sainz in second after his car was repaired. Ferrari was expected to perform well on the low-downforce track, but Leclerc acknowledged Red Bull’s advantage in race pace. He remains optimistic for qualifying and hopes to make progress for the race. Perez also recognizes Ferrari’s strength and expects them to be competitive on race day.