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Day 2 done and dusted!

1) Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, 1:18.247, 144 laps

2) Lando Norris, McLaren, 1:18.553, 102 laps

3) Kevin Magnussen, Haas, 1:19.206, 59 laps

4) Alex Albon, Toro Rosso, 1:19.301, 131 laps

5) Antonio Giovinazzi, Alfa Romeo, 1:19.312, 99 laps

6) Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, 1:19.535, 89 laps

7) Pierre Gasly, Red Bull, 1:19.814, 92 laps

8) Nico Hulkenberg, Renault, 1:19.837, 95 laps

9) Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, 1:19.886, 28 laps

10) Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 1:19.928, 74 laps

11) Lance Stroll, Racing Point, 1:20.382, 79 laps

12) Pietro Fittipaldi, Haas, 1:21.849, 13 laps

1) Charles Leclerc, Ferrari, 1:18.247, 144 laps

2) Lando Norris, McLaren, 1:18.553, 102 laps

3) Kevin Magnussen, Haas, 1:19.206, 59 laps

4) Alex Albon, Toro Rosso, 1:19.301, 131 laps

5) Antonio Giovinazzi, Alfa Romeo, 1:19.312, 99 laps

6) Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, 1:19.535, 89 laps

7) Pierre Gasly, Red Bull, 1:19.814, 92 laps

8) Nico Hulkenberg, Renault, 1:19.837, 95 laps

9) Daniel Ricciardo, Renault, 1:19.886, 28 laps

10) Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 1:19.928, 74 laps

11) Lance Stroll, Racing Point, 1:20.382, 79 laps

12) Pietro Fittipaldi, Haas, 1:21.849, 13 laps

I'm slightly more relieved now.

Likelyhood Renault is going to a delta given how close the times are between Hulkardo? I panicked this morning when they said on the radio (admittedly, non-sports station) that Ricciardo was near the bottom of the timesheet, but failed to mention that it was ABOVE A FUCKING MERCEDES, YOU TWATS.

I'm slightly more relieved now.

I'm slightly more relieved now.

It amazes me that anyone bothers looking at the lap times at all.

This is really where you start to get an idea of reliability more than anything.

This is really where you start to get an idea of reliability more than anything.

This is really where you start to get an idea of reliability more than anything.

It amazes me that anyone bothers looking at the lap times at all.