2010 Macau GP – Formula 3 – Friday free practice

The delayed and shortened F3 practice session (due to crashes and track repairs in the previous event) ended with Valtteri Bottas on top ahead of Edoardo Mortara.

2010 Macau GP – Friday morning times:

1. Valtteri BOTTAS – Prema Powerteam – 2:11.080
2. Edoardo MORTARA – Signature +0.614
3. Marco WITTMANN – Signature +1.431
4. Carlos HUERTAS – Hitech Racing +1.864
5. Roberto MERHI – Prema Powerteam +1.984
6. Jean-Eric VERGNE – Carlin +2.134
7. Renger VAN DER ZANDE – Motopark Academy +2.201
8. Laurens VANTHOOR – Signature +2.237
9. Alexander SIMS – Raikkonen Robertson Racing +2.473
10. Antonio DA COSTA – Carlin +2.563

11. Felix ROSENQVIST – Performance Racing +2.600
12. Daniel ABT – Signature +2.673
13. Alexandre IMPERATORI – Toda Racing with KCMG +2.782
14. Daniel JUNCADELLA – Prema Powerteam +2.897
15. Yuji KUNIMOTO – Tom’s +2.990
16. Felipe NASR – Raikkonen Robertson Racing +3.031
17. Jazeman JAAFAR – Carlin +3.243
18. Will BULLER – Fortec Motorsport +3.398
19. Yuhi SEKIGUCHI – Three Bond Racing +3.635
20. James CALADO – Carlin +3.670
21. Kimiya SATO – Motopark Academy +3.783
22. Rio HARYANTO – Raikkonen Robertson Racing +4.033
23. Hideki YAMAUCHI – Hanashima Racing +4.039
24. Carlos MUNOZ – Hitech Racing +4.094
25. Oliver WEBB – Fortec Motorsport +4.123
26. Hywel LLOYD – CF Racing with Manor Motorsport +4.530
27. Lucas FORESTI – Fortec Motorsport +4.800
28. Rafael SUZUKI – Tom’s +5.139
29. Adderly FONG – Sino Vision Racing +5.765
30. Michael HO – Raikkonen Robertson Racing +5.876

Valtteri Bottas left it until his final lap to set the quickest time. Bottas and Mortara have topped the timesheets in every session held so far this weekend.

The start of practice had had to be delayed while repairs were made to the track following a crash in an early qualifying session, and F3 team agreed to shorten the originally scheduled 45-minute session down to 30-minutes.

At the midway point of the session, Mortara delivered his best effort to top the timesheets shortly before Rio Haryanto brought out a red flag when he crashed into the barriers on the exit of the final turn.

At the restart, Bottas and Mortara both pushed hard to improve on their times –but it was Bottas who did the best job as he set his best lap on the final lap of the session to end it six-tenths quicker than his closest rival.

Mortara’s Signature team-mate Marco Wittmann was third fastest, ahead of Carlos Huertas – who found out this morning that he has been handed a five-place grid penalty for infringing the yellow flag regulations during Thursday’s first qualifying session.

There were a number of incidents throughout the session, with Carlin’s James Calado crashing at Fishermen’s Bend and Will Buller also brushing the barriers at the same corner. And, as well as Haryanto’s incident, Carlos Munoz went straight on into the barriers at Police.

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