Ferrari enjoyed a strong practice session in Las Vegas with Charles Leclerc setting the pace in the early hours of Friday morning.
Charles Leclerc believes he will be competitive in the battle for pole position in Las Vegas, as he has shown strong pace in practice sessions, despite the first one being abandoned due to Carlos Sainz’s accident. Leclerc topped the timesheet in FP2, with Sainz also performing well, but he will face a grid penalty. Red Bull has been dominant this season, winning 19 out of 20 races, but has only secured 12 pole positions. Max Verstappen ended FP2 in sixth place, and Leclerc expects a challenge from Red Bull in qualifying, but believes they still have an advantage in race pace.