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Friday analysis - conclusions hard to come by

More sweltering track temperatures as high as 57 degrees Celsius, a general lack of grip and the need further to re-optimise their cars after the removal of inter-connected front and rear suspension systems kept all of the teams fully occupied in both practice sessions in Hungary on Friday. On the bright side, Pirelli’s soft rubber showed signs of low thermal degradation, so teams are confident that two-stop races are feasible. As to the pecking order, most agreed it was too soon to tell. We take a team-by-team look at the early formbook in Budapest…MercedesLewis Hamilton, 1m 25.814s, P1/1m 24.482s, P1Nico Rosberg, 1m 25.997s, P2/1m 24.720s, P2Both drivers had a few problems...
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