Five minutes into the session, you take place behind the wheel for the second time today. As you roll out of the garage, you notice others leaving their pitbox as well. Among them is your teammate, Daniels. While on your outlap, you decide to have some fun with him.
You slow down on the straight, letting him pass. You quickly warm your tires by wildly steering left to right, careful to stay on Daniels’ tail. When you approach start finish, you put the pedal to the proverbial metal. Approaching turn one, you dive on his inside and quickly overtake him.
You fail to make it stick, as Ricciardo quickly cuts back and retakes his position going into turn two. Deciding to take the high road, you back off and start working on your program putting in laps to get a better feel for the car.
The rest of the session is fairly uneventful. You put down some more fast laps before you head back in for one last time with five minutes left on the clock.
As the flag falls, you find yourself sixth on the leaderboard, with Daniels in fifth.
You head out to the press circle in order to fulfil your obligations. Once you’ve repeated the same story (“yes, the car feels alright, you feel happy about its performance, you seem some opportunities for qualifying and the race”), you head back in for the debriefing with your mechanics.
You have your dinner, and arrive back at the hotel. Before you go to sleep, you browse your social media. You find that the largest F1 forum is furious over your move on Daniels’. You smile at the flamewars that ensued between your fans and Daniels’.