Charles Leclerc topped the timesheets ahead of teammate Carlos Sainz by just 0.004 in Dutch GP FP2.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton was third quickest ahead of Lando Norris, while George Russell rounded out the top five.
After suffering from gearbox issues in FP1, Max Verstappen suffered from pace issues in the second practice session only finishing eighth quickest.
The session was largely uninterrupted apart from a late red flag brought out by Yuki Tsunoda when he span into the gravel.
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