Since the first races back in 1902, the French Grand Prix has been hosted by an array of venues, including street circuits in the 50s. The Paul Ricard Circuit hosted the French Grand Prix from its debut in 1970 until 1990, when the event was moved to Magny-Cours, where it remained until 2008. Discussions continued for many years to bring the French Grand Prix back to Paul Ricard, and in 2016, it was announced that the Formula 1 Grand Prix would be hosted at the blue-and-red circuit once again in 2018. This marked a momentous occasion, as it was not only the first race at Paul Ricard since 1990, but the first French Grand Prix since 2008.
Join us later in the afternoon for the latest updates and results from the Circuit Paul Ricard, as the second practice session for the 2019 French Grand Prix is about to get underway, with Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc at the wheel of the SF90, ready to continue evaluating the ideal set-up ahead of the qualifying session and the race on Sunday.