Charles Leclerc has once again dominated the FIA ??Formula 2 classification, taking the seventh consecutive pole in Hungary this year. Oliver Rowland and Artem Markelov completed the Top 3.
Life doesn’t change at FIA Formula 2. This season’s dominant driver Charles Leclerc has again taken a new pole at the Hungaroring circuit, where he has seventh consecutive time this year. The driver of Prema has been the last to leave and has been penalized by the red flag of half session, but to reprimand the march has done two impeccable laps that have returned to give the preferred position.
At first Oliver Rowland has been the one who has taken control of the session, has led a good time until Leclerc has been advanced with solvency. Dams’s driver has tried to cut distance but has remained four tenths of the best time of the unbeatable Leclerc. Artem Markelov was third to one tenth of the Frenchman.
Jordan King and Antonio Fuoco have completed the top 5 of the starting grid for tomorrow’s first race, while Norman Nato has only been sixth. Worse luck has had teammate Sean Gelael, who has caused the only red flag of the session to leave the track in the first corner and condemning the driver of Pertamina Arden to leave from the end of the grid.
Nicholas Latifi was seventh ahead of Nyck de Vries, Nobuaru Matsushita and Sergio Canamasas with the Rapax. Highlight the performance of the rookie of the day, Santino Ferrucci, who with the Trident has placed 11th in his first classification in the FIA ??F2.
Tomorrow the first race of the weekend of the FIA ??F2 in Hungary will be disputed from the 16:00, local time.