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P2: Lewis fastest, Bulls close

Lewis Hamilton once more came to the fore in a Practice Two session to head Nico Rosberg as Mercedes season-long duopoly on the timesheet remained intact at the end of the first day following F1's FRIC ‘ban'.However, in an intriguing development which could point to a closer challenge from the chasing pack behind this weekend, Red Bull closed down Mercedes' Hockenheim advantage to just a tenth of a second amid scorching afternoon temperatures in western Germany.Whether the World Champions have lost less performance from the grid-wide loss of the trick suspension system than Mercedes, or the engine management software changes Renault have brought to the race weekend have delivered...
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