The 2015 Formula 1 season continues on Saturday morning in Shanghai with the third free practice session for the Chinese Grand Prix, albeit late Friday night in the U.S.
Free practice three represents the final chance for teams to prep heading into qualifying for the third round of the championship, and another chance for Lewis Hamilton, who led both of Friday’s practices, to top the timesheets.
You can watch FP3 for the Chinese Grand Prix live on NBC Sports Live Extra from midnight ET. CLICK HERE to watch via live stream.
Hamilton led both sessions but arguably the story of the day was a fan who somehow made it onto the track, and was later arrested.
Hamilton was also wary of Ferrari’s pace, and he’ll have to see how Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen get on in FP3.
Besides Ferrari, Williams and Red Bull will also be in the frame for second behind Mercedes. Red Bull in particular needs a good run in the wake of continued pullout threats from senior management.
Be sure to join us at midnight ET for live coverage for FP1 for the Chinese Grand Prix on NBC Sports Live Extra. CLICK HERE to watch via live stream.