Spanish Grand Prix winner once again remain the top on the time-sheet for Friday first practice in European Grand Prix.
The Venezuelan posted his top fastest lap-time with 1:40.890 early in the session. Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel done another quickest lap got closest to the Williams speedy Maldonado.
Mark Webber was done with third fastest lap-time just .094 seconds behind his team-mate Sebastian Vettel.
McLaren’s Jenson Button struggled with steering locking problem in early stage of the session after pit and he was done fourth quickest lap-time, without any problems, but his team-mate and championship leader Lewis Hamilton was down in eighth position.
Fernando Alonso post fifth fastest lap-time early of the session Alonso herd to try post best time but he can’t, and his team-mate Felipe Massa once again drop-down from top ten and he done today fourteenth fastest lap-time.
The British speedy Force India’s Paul di Resta done sixth fastest lap-time ahead of seven times world Champion Michael Schumacher. Second Mercedes man Nico Rosberg done ninth fastest behind the Lewis Hamilton.
The Lotus guys Kimi Raikkonen and Romian Grosjean posted 10th and 11th fastest respectively. Sauber duo Kamui Kobayashi ans Sergio Perez done 12th and 13th ahead of Felipe Massa.
Third drivers Jules Bianchi was done 15th quickest lap for Force India and Valtteri Bottas set 16th fastest lap-time for Williams and F1 spot complete a trouble-free session in the Friday morning.
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