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Singapore FP2: Hamilton with Verstappen close

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton set the pace under the bright lights of Marina Bay Circuit during the second free practice session of the Singapore Grand Prix weekend, at Marina Bay Street Circuit. The world championship leader powered around in a best lap time of 1:38.773 which was 0.184 of a second quicker than Red Bull's Max Verstappen in second place on the timing screens. Sebastian Vettel was third in the Ferrari, but a pretty massive eight tenths shy of the top time suggesting powder being kept dry or a problem for the Reds at a venue very different to Spa and Monza. Valtteri Bottas was fourth fastest but 1.121 seconds down on Hamilton. The Finn crashed in FP1. A problem in the...
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