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Hamilton quickest in Hungarian FP1

Lewis Hamilton beat Nico Rosberg to the fastest time of first practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix. On a warm and sunny morning at the Hungaroring, Hamilton set a best time of 1:25.814 to beat Rosberg by 0.183s. Rosberg had been keen to get in as many laps as possible, circulating alone early in the session and completing a total of 31 laps which suggests Mercedes is keen to avoid any issues due to the lack of FRIC suspension at the bumpy Hungaroring. Ferrari emerged as Mercedes' closest challenger in the opening session, with Kimi Raikkonen third fastest on a 1:26.421. Raikkonen was the only car within a second of Hamilton, with team-mate Fernando Alonso fourth fastest by 1.058s slower...
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