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Max Verstappen quickest during final F1 practice session of 2019

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen set the pace during the final practice session of the season at Formula 1’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Verstappen clocked a time of 1:36.556 to finish just 0.074s clear of Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, with Valtteri Bottas a mere 0.015s further behind in third position. Alexander Albon ensured Red Bull’s drivers sandwiched the Mercedes pairing, with Ferrari shirking the Soft tyres to set their best times on Medium tyres. It left Sebastian Vettel fifth, with Charles Leclerc sixth, albeit the duo still within half a second of pacesetter Verstappen. Racing Point’s Sergio Perez led the midfield group in seventh position, half a second down on...
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