A morning downpour at Monza lead to a very wet start to the Italian Grand Prix but the track dried out for the afternoon session allowing the Bulls to gather crucial data ahead of the weekend.
In Free Practice One Daniel was the first Bull out of the gate for the first session of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. Wet conditions saw the Australian complete a single install lap on wet tyres before returning to the garage. Daniel returned to the track on intermediates and completed 13 laps with a top time of 1:35.207 for P5.
Meanwhile, Max headed out for an install lap of his own on intermediate tyres. The Dutchman then completed 10 laps in total with a top time of 1:35.665 for P7. The Bulls will be hoping for drier conditions in this afternoons practice session.
The lap times started to tumble in Free Practice Two as the Autodromo Nazionale Monza started to dry out following the morning’s deluge. Both Bulls completed 28 laps Max setting the faster time with a 1:22.154 for P5 and Daniel P6 with a 1:22.296.
Free Practice Three on Saturday saw a dry track greet the drivers following a wet morning and both Bulls putting in a smooth session. Max put in 15 laps and finished the session in P5, with a fastest time of 1:21.388. Meanwhile, Daniel was P8, after completing 15 laps. His quickest time of the session was a 1:22.310.