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FP1: Hamilton leads the way in Hungary

Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time, Max Chilton saw very little action and Kimi Raikkonen surprised in FP1 at Hungary. It was no surprise to see Mercedes dominate yet another practice session in the 2014 World Championship with Hamilton this time getting the better of his team-mate Nico Rosberg in Budapest on Friday morning. The 2008 World Champion topped the timesheets with a 1:25.814 - 0.183s better than that of Rosberg - with Raikkonen third and the second Ferrari of Fernando Alonso fourth. Despite the hot conditions - the track temperatures reached more than 40 degrees Celsius - and the rear tyres going off quickly, Mercedes were one of the busiest teams with Hamilton doing 27 laps...
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