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De Vries to drive FP1 for Aston Martin in Monza

Italian Grand Prix – Nyck de Vries will take part in his third FP1 session of the season with a third different team this Friday. De Vries, Formula E’s season 8 champion, got his Grand Prix weekend debut back in May when he took over Alex Albon’s Williams for the first practice session in Spain. Two months later and the Dutchman was back on track in an F1 car, this time replacing Lewis Hamilton for FP1 in France. Friday will now see Sebastian Vettel sit out the opening practice while de Vries, who has spent time in the team's simulator to prepare, takes control of his AMR22 at the Temple of Speed. 'I am really looking forward to driving for AMF1,” de Vries said, “particularly...
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