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Friday analysis - who's set to be king of the mountains?

FP1 proved frustrating as drizzle interrupted the teams’ efforts to learn/re-familiarise themselves with the Spielberg track and to conduct their outright pace runs and race distance work on Pirelli’s soft and supersoft compounds, but FP2 was more straightforward despite a strong wind. Mercedes remained the class of the field, but behind them it seems there’s everything to play for. We take a team-by-team look at day one in Austria…MercedesLewis Hamilton, 1m 11.435s, P2/1m 09.542s, P1Nico Rosberg, 1m 11.295s, P1/1m 09.919s, P2Once again Mercedes were clearly the fastest, as Hamilton and Rosberg battled it out. The Englishman said he was really happy with the way his...
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