Formula 1 returned to a more conventional weekend format on Friday in Imola after two Sprint events, with teams getting two one-hour practice sessions to fine tune their racing machines for this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

With all teams apart from RB bringing some type of upgrade – either performance or circuit-specific – there was plenty of learning to be done.

Ferrari’s heavily upgraded machine looked quick based on the timesheets, with Charles Leclerc topping both sessions – but are Red Bull really as uncomfortable as their car looked out on the narrow, fast, Italian track?


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