Formula One has started the summer vacations after the Hungarian GP race, and Ferrari has had its second recording day this season before the summer break in Monza.
Charles Leclerc hit the Ferrari car yesterday and the Monza race track was closed to the public. Ferrari also tested the behavior of the long-plain car in Monza, where a race for the Italian GP will take place on September 8th.
Recording days may be completed by the team at any time during the season, and the length of each day is limited to 100 kilometers. Teams on recording days should also not try new parts.