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Live Reporting

Lorraine McKenna

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    And that was a Friday practice at Mugello.

    What did you think?

    Has the Tuscan track stolen your heart yet?

    We’ll back tomorrow at 10:30 BST for third practice.

    Then it’s full steam ahead for what should be an interesting qualifying session.

    See you soon!

    Lando Norris
  2. Top 10

    1. Valtteri Bottas 1:16.989

    2. Lewis Hamilton +0.207

    3. Max Verstappen +0.246

    4. Alex Albon +0.982

    5. Daniel Ricciardo +1.050

    6.Esteban Ocon +1.126

    7. Sergio Perez +1.209

    8. Pierre Gasly +1.255

    9. Kimi Raikkonen +1.396

    10. Charles Leclerc +1.411

  3. Post update

    Vettel is clambering out of the burgundy Ferrari. Not the happiest start to the Scuderia's 1,000th F1 race celebrations.

    View more on twitter
  4. Post update

    Jolyon Palmer

    Former Renault driver on BBC Radio 5 live

    Valtteri Bottas is looking good this weekend but you still can't rule out Lewis Hamilton for pole tomorrow.

  5. Post update

    "The engine has stopped" says Sebastian Vettel has he crawls to a stop.

  6. Chequered flag - Bottas fastest

    Valtteri Bottas is king of Mugello.

    Well, for Friday practice, at least.

    The Finn tops both sessions today, this time leading the fielding with a 1:16.989.

  7. Post update

    "Tyres are done." Max Verstappen says.

    Don't worry Max, chequered flag is out now.

  8. Safety in red

    Even the Safety Car is getting in on the act.

    No silver Mercedes this weekend, the SC will be a vivid shade of red in a nod to Ferrari's landmark race.

    View more on twitter
  9. Post update

    Kimi Raikkonen's car has had some TLC in the Alfa Romeo garage and he's back out on track getting some last minute running in.

  10. Post update

    Valtteri Bottas hasn't been bumped from the top of the timings.

    The Finn is still two tenths up on team-mate Hamilton as we dip below the five minute mark.

  11. Post update

    "I'm getting clipping." Sainz tells his McLaren engineers.

    Jolyon Palmer can explain more: "Energy harvesting at the end of the straight. That will be the main straight where Sainz will be losing a bit of power."

    Thanks Jolyon.

  12. Get Involved


    tweetSport: Kimi's radio message was the tired exasperation of a man who'd rather be on a beach eating an ice cream.

    Amit: Are more people outraged about Stroll staying in the team ahead of Perez compared to when he got the drive over Ocon for last year?

    Dean: Have Racing Point waited to announce Vettel until Stroll got a good enough result to justify keeping him over Perez? i.e. P3 / podium at Monza.

  13. Post update

    The incident between Raikkonen and Perez is going to be investigated.

  14. Go! Go! Go!...again...

    One more time, cars are back out on track.

  15. Post update

    As Kimi composes himself after that touch from Sergio, here he is in the year 2001, looking youthful...

    The others? Juan Pablo Montoya, Fernando Alonso, Enrique Bernoldi, of course!

    Kimi Raikkonen, Juan Pablo Montoya, Fernando Alonso, Enrique Bernoldi
  16. Red flag

    Little bit of debris is on the track, so everyone dives back into the pits.

  17. Post update

    Kimi with a bit of a school boy spin onto the gravel.

    Hang on, did he get tagged by Sergio Perez as the Racing Point was coming out of the pits?

    "I don't know what the xxxx happened? I don't know where the car came from." says Raikkonen.

  18. Post update

    The 20 minute mark has been reached.

    Below the top five, Ocon, Perez, Gasly, Raikkonen and Leclerc make up the rest of the top 10.