Ferrari team principal Fred Vasseur has said that Carlos Sainz's session was a bit 'complicated', after the Spaniard experienced a heavy shunt into the barriers during FP2 at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The session was stopped after eight minutes following Sainz's spin heading into turn three at the Yas Marina Circuit, which saw a 27-minute delay as stewards got rid of Sainz's car and fixed the barriers.
It was the second weekend in a row in which Sainz has given his team plenty of work to do before Saturday, after a loose drain cover caused serious damage to his Ferrari last time out at the Las Vegas GP.
This time around, the damage may not have been quite as bad, but Sky Sports F1 pundit Martin Brundle said during the broadcast that there is "an awful lot of work to do for the team to get their car fixed ready for tomorrow."
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