Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher on second and the Brazilian Rubens Barrichello posted the third fastest time for Williams, with Sauber’s Sergio Perez finishing a promising session by finishing as fourth quickest. Ferrari’s Massa was the quickest in the top five. The Spaniard Alonso, using Ferrari’s new rear wing, spun without consequence during his first timed run. And he was done seventh fastest, and the 2008 world champion Lewis Hamilton taking 8th on the first practice time-sheet for this weekend British GP.
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