In the finale in Melbourne, before we got to the first qualifying session of the 2019 season, Lewis Hamilton continued his run at each session by the end of this week, going 0.264 times faster than Sebastian Vettel's free practice 3 Albert Park.
Hamilton has published the fastest weekend round on the eve of qualification with 1m 22,292, which is sixth tenth faster than his pole time since last year. , Scuderia was slightly shy on Mercedes when the wicks were turned to Vettel and Charles Leclerc SF90s for the first time on Saturday – although it probably will not be until Q3 that we're loyal to read about the leading teams t
By Hamilton and two ferries, Haas came from nowhere to dominate the midfield, Romain Gorzhan and Kevin Magnussen ours, both ahead of both Red Bulls and the other Mercedes Walters Bottas , who spent the session twice on the grass at the penultimate turn of Albert Park 1
Meanwhile, Danylo Quay continued in demonstrating the latent pace of the Toro Rosso STR14, following P8 for Ghazli and Bottas, and ahead of Max Verstoppen, a man who replaced him on Red Bull in 2016.
Williams' time has not been done for happy reading so far this weekend. And Robert Kubica added to the team's failure by knocking a pit lane in the entrance wall in the middle of the session and having to show some bodies from FW42. Kubica has finished the session in P20, one place behind the teammate George Russell, the best knee is 3.6 s from the final speed.
So, some eye-raising laps once aboard – and while it looks tight between Mercedes and Ferrari, let's see how things are castrated during the qualification for the Australian Grand Prix before we make any big Pronunciation for 2019.
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