Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Hartley cleared for qualifying after scary crash in final practice

Hartley cleared for qualifying after scary crash in final practice

Hartley's incident then saw Toro Rosso keep Pierre Gasly in the garage for the remainder of the session as it investigated what caused the failure, with work instantly taking place to inspect the front suspension on the other vehicle. The left front suspension failed as soon as the Toro Rosso driver hit the brakes and he couldn't slow before running into the gravel trap, flipping, and hitting the barriers.

Hamilton, though, responded by clocking a time of 1:26.722 - the quickest of the weekend - winding up 0.093s faster than Raikkonen, as he goes in search of a fourth straight pole position at the venue.

He was 0.093 seconds faster than Ferrari's Raikkonen and 0.642 better than Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas.

When the session restarted with 30 minutes on the clock, only five drivers had set a lap time.

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With Silverstone race circuit took him to the er. Leclerc managed to remain seventh quickest, behind Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo, but Ericsson dropped back to 10th behind Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean.

Luckily, the 28-year-old was able to walk away from the wreckage and gave fans a wave on his way to receive medical attention.

But the huge shunt brings worrying safety concerns for Toro Rosso, who were then checking the sister auto of Pierre Gasly to try and understand what broke and what went wrong.

The scary incident brought out a red flag to halt the third practice session at the British Grand Prix Hartley. The considerable damage to the auto meant that Toro Rosso was unable to get it out for the afternoon's qualifying session This leaves Hartley all the way down the order in twentieth place.

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