FP2: Mercedes duo lead Ferrari pair in Monaco


Mercedes AMG
23 May 2013 by TF1T Staff | M
          

Mercedes' Nico Rosberg was once again quickest during practice in Monaco, with team-mate Lewis Hamilton three tenths behind in second.

The Mercedes pair led the Ferrari's of Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa with the leading Red Bull of Mark Webber fifth.

Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean were sixth and seventh whilst Jenson Button outpaced the second Red Bull of Sebastian Vettel to go eighth quickest.

The first hour of the session saw the majority of drivers pushing for single lap pace before a switch in focus for the final 30 minutes.

With the two softest compounds - supersoft and soft - in use, drivers were keen to see just how far they could push the rubber, with Hamilton completing the most laps at 51.

FP2 Times - 2013 Monaco Grand Prix:

#DriverTeamTimeGapLaps
01. N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:14.759   46
02. L. Hamilton Mercedes 1:15.077 +0.318 51
03. F. Alonso Ferrari 1:15.196 +0.437 38
04. F. Massa Ferrari 1:15.278 +0.519 39
05. M. Webber Red Bull 1:15.404 +0.645 42
06. K. Raikkonen Lotus 1:15.511 +0.752 39
07. R. Grosjean Lotus 1:15.718 +0.959 42
08. J. Button McLaren 1:15.959 +1.200 39
09. S. Vettel Red Bull 1:16.014 +1.255 10
10. P. di Resta Force India 1:16.046 +1.287 40
11. A. Sutil Force India 1:16.349 +1.590 33
12. S. Perez McLaren 1:16.434 +1.675 43
13. N. Hulkenberg Sauber 1:16.823 +2.064 41
14. P. Maldonado Williams 1:16.857 +2.098 43
15. E. Gutierrez Sauber 1:16.935 +2.176 41
16. D. Ricciardo Toro Rosso 1:17.145 +2.386 45
17. J. Vergne Toro Rosso 1:17.184 +2.425 38
18. V. Bottas Williams 1:17.264 +2.505 43
19. J. Bianchi Marussia 1:17.892 +3.133 47
20. Charles Pic Caterham 1:18.212 +3.453 44
21. M. Chilton Marussia 1:18.784 +4.025 41
22. G. van der Garde Caterham 1:19.031 +4.272 31

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