BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Australian Daniel Ricciardo reminded Formula One's title contenders that he and Red Bull remain a force to reckon with after posting the fastest time in opening Hungarian Grand Prix practice on Friday. Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen was second fastest, 0.234 slower on the same super-soft tyres, at a circuit that ranks almost as a home venue for the Finn. Vettel was more than a second slower than Ricciardo in sixth place on a warm but cloudy morning at the Hungaroring outside Budapest. "Struggling a lot with oversteer and rear tyres didn't seem to be ready," the German said over the team radio. It's a combination of things," Ricciardo, winner in Hungary in 2014, had told reporters on Thursday.
Source: The Star July 28, 2017 09:56 UTC