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Hamilton leads Verstappen in Turkish GP first practice

Lewis Hamilton led the field in the first practice session for the Turkish Grand Prix, the Mercedes driver edging Red Bull's Max Verstappen by a comfortable margin of 0.425s. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc concluded his morning in third position, very close to the Dutchman while Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz completed the top five in the incident-free session. Times to follow... Local weather forecasts are predicting a wet weekend, but the opening practice session kicked off under a cloudy but sunny sky, and 20°C air temperatures. To help cope with Istanbul Park's water-blasted higher grip surface, Pirelli is supplying its softest three compounds. The novelty at the outset on Friday was Red...
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