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Motor racing-Leclerc fastest in final British GP practice

Reuters | Updated: 13-07-2019 17:02 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 16:53 IST
Motor racing-Leclerc fastest in final British GP practice
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Charles Leclerc led teammate Sebastian Vettel in a Ferrari one-two in final practice for the British Grand Prix on Saturday with Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton third for Mercedes.

Leclerc lapped with a best time of one minute 25.905 seconds on soft tires in cold and drizzly conditions, 0.026 quicker than his four-times champion teammate who won at Silverstone last season. Hamilton, the winner of four of the last five races at Silverstone, put in the best lap of 1:25.954 with Red Bull's Pierre Gasly fourth and again quicker than teammate Max Verstappen.

The top three were separated by just 0.049 of a second, pointing to a tight battle in the afternoon's qualifying session. Hamilton has been on pole at the former World War Two airfield for the past four years. Valtteri Bottas, fastest on Friday for Mercedes, was only sixth on the timesheets.

The bearded Finn is 31 points adrift of five times world champion Hamilton after nine of 21 races, eight of them won by Mercedes. Verstappen won the previous round in Austria. British teenage rookie Lando Norris was again impressive for Renault-powered McLaren in seventh place and ahead of the Renault factory team pairing of Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo.



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