Chinese Grand Prix FP2 results: Hamilton tops timesheets

Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are in top three spots respectively. Top teams were practicing different tyre strategies.

Chinese Grand Prix FP2 results: Hamilton tops timesheets

 

 DriverTeamTimeGapLaps
1   Lewis Hamilton   Mercedes 1:37.219   32
2   Kimi Raikkonen   Ferrari 1:37.662 +0.443 35
3   Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull 1:38.311 +1.092 24
4   Sebastian Vettel   Ferrari 1:38.339 +1.120 30
5   Nico Rosberg   Mercedes 1:38.399 +1.180 35
6   Daniil Kvyat   Red Bull 1:38.737 +1.518 10
7   Valtteri Bottas   Williams 1:38.850 +1.631 27
8   Felipe Nasr   Sauber 1:39.032 +1.813 26
9   Romain Grosjean   Lotus 1:39.142 +1.923 32
10   Jenson Button   McLaren 1:39.275 +2.056 29
11   Pastor Maldonado   Lotus 1:39.444 +2.225 30
12   Fernando Alonso   McLaren 1:39.743 +2.524 27
13   Marcus Ericsson   Sauber 1:39.751 +2.532 33
14   Max Verstappen   Toro Rosso 1:39.894 +2.675 32
15   Carlos Sainz Jr.   Toro Rosso 1:39.971 +2.752 28
16   Nico Hulkenberg   Force India 1:40.151 +2.932 28
17   Felipe Massa   Williams 1:40.423 +3.204 7
18   Sergio Perez   Force India 1:40.868 +3.649 24
19   Roberto Merhi   Manor 1:42.973 +5.754 7
20   Will Stevens   Manor 1:44.564 +7.345 8

 

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