Charles Leclerc finished on top of the timesheets in the second practice session of the weekend, followed by teammate, Carlos Sainz, in P2 and Lewis Hamilton in P3.
It wouldn't be the Dutch GP if we didn't have plenty of red flags: With 12 minutes left on the clock, Yuki Tsunoda beached his AT03 at T10, triggering a red flag that lasted 8 minutes. With 4 mins to go, the session was resumed, and Max Verstappen roamed the track to make up for the time he lost in FP1, due to his gearbox issue, but not having enough time.
Charles Leclerc topped the timesheets of the last practice session for today, followed by Carlos Sainz, 0.004 sec behind, in P2 and Lewis Hamilton in P3.
Anothet P4 for Lando Norris, right ahead of Mercedes' George Russell in P5, who topped the morning practice session, and Lance Stroll in P6.
Fernando Alonso finished in P7, followed by Max Verstappen, in P8, who managed to only be 0.5 sec off Charles Leclerc, having completed his fastest lap on the hard tyre.
To complete the top 10, Esteban Ocon in P9 and Daniel Ricciardo in P10.
FP2 might not have been the most exciting one, but Friday has definitely been fairly busy, as Oscar Piastri was announced as a McLaren driver for the 2023 season, following the CRB's decision regarding his situation between Alpine and McLaren.