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Reaction round-up: Monaco Grand Prix practice

The iconic Monaco Grand Prix weekend kicked off – as usual – on Thursday, with two very different practice sessions. Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets in the morning, with Fernando Alonso setting the pace in the afternoon. First practice was a busy and dry 90-minute session, while practice two initially took place in wet conditions. However, the track dried out and was good enough for a few laps on the slick tyres in the closing stages. Here is a round-up of the driver’s reactions following the first day of on-track action at the Circuit de Monaco: Sebastian Vettel 'Obviously we'd love to run in the dry the whole time here, but of course if it’s wet it's the same for...
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