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Hamilton quickest in rain-interrupted second practice for Hungarian GP

Lewis Hamilton still quickest in Hungarian Grand Prix both practice session, the second practice was interrupted by a heavy shower spray.

First half of the second practice session showed dry condition most teams tested their machine and track was busy in that time.

Lotus speedy Kimi Raikkonen posted second fastest lap-time ahead of Williams guy Bruno Senna. Kimi was initially took the top position, following McLaren Lewis Hamilton improved his run and posted session best time with 1:21.995 from 20 laps.

Williams Bruno Senna was the most mileage driver in this session, the Brazilian done 33 laps and took best time just .258 sec behind the leader Hamilton.

The Ferrari man Felipe Massa done fourth fastest with 1:22.417 ahead his team-mate and championship leader Fernando Alonso.

First practice second quickest man done sixth fastest in the afternoon session ahead Force India’s Paul di Resta. Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel made eighth fastest ahead of Lotus speedy Romain Grosjean.

Mercedes duo Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg set ninth and tenth fastest respectively. Schumi was crashed in the wet condition, locking up on intermediate tyres and sliding straight on into the tyres at the Turn 11 right-hander at the end of the second to last straight.

Second practice results – 2012 Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix


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