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Lewis Hamilton continuously top fastest at Malaysian Grand Prix Friday practice one and two, Hamilton dominated Friday both session and his team-mate Jenson Button set third fastest behind the Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher and schumi’s team-mate Nico Rosberg done fourth fastest.

Toro Rosso’s duo Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Eric Vergne made a fantastic performance, Ricciardo done fifth fastest and Vergne finished eighth fastest.

The Spaniard Fernando Alonso set sixth fastest ahead of Red Bull’s Mark Webber and Lotus speedy Romain Grosjean and defending world champion Sebastian Vettel set ninth and tenth fastest respectively, Red Bull was struggling with Pirelli.

Mid-runners has struggled low grip with tyre compound, Williams F1’s Pastor Maldonado set eleventh fastest ahead of Force India duo.

Kamui Kobayashi set 14th fastest, he was lots of time spend in garage with gear box problem, and Lotus F1’s Kimi Raikkonen finished 15th quickest lap ahead of Ferrari’s Felipe Massa.

Bruno Senna done seventeenth fastest and Sergio Perez manage 18th ahead of Vitaly Petrov. And Marussia’s Timo Glock more improves his timing and finished ahead of Caterham F1’s Heikki Kovalainen.

HRT just completed the session and Karthikeyan spin at the last hairpin and the Spanish squad not reports any mechanical trouble, hope they will participate tomorrow practice and qualifying.


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