The first Formula One practice of the Las Vegas Grand Prix was called off less than 21 minutes into Thursday night’s session after Carlos Sainz Jr. ran over a drainage cover that badly damaged his Ferrari. F1’s governing body said it had to inspect all the covers on the course. Sainz hit it just nine minutes into the practice on the street course that includes a large portion of the Strip. The session never resumed and F1 said the start of the second practice would be delayed. Sainz was ready to practice after an angry Ferrari replaced the entire chassis and other components, which the FIA ruled would be a 10-place grid penalty for Sainz.