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Wet third free practice ahead of fourth ePrix of the season

The last free practice session on the E-Prix circuit of Rome has come to an end. After the first E-Prix on Saturday, where Jean-Eric Vergne won, the drivers were back on track for a third free practice today. Today the fourth EPrix of the season is scheduled, again in the Italian city. On a wet track it was Nick Cassidy who set the fastest time. The driver from New Zealand managed to set a 1:14.107 on the wet track. After setting this time early in the session, the track conditions deteriorated and Cassidy's time was out of reach. Only Maximilian Günther came in within a tenth, followed by Stoffel Vandoorne at more than half a second. Read more Frijns does not blame incident for good...
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