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Webber quickest in wet final practice at Spa

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Aug.27 – Mark Webber celebrating his 35th birthday and he recently extended his contract with Red Bull Racing for 2012 season, and he stay at the top of the third practice timesheets at Spa on Saturday morning session. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton, Alguersuari, Button and Vettel listed the top five.
Unreliable weather conditions, with drivers first charging the track with single installation laps. But it was not a totally trouble-free hour, as Renault GP’s Bruno Senna straight-lined Les Combes and Paul di Resta endured a spin at Pouhon. There was also a slow puncture for Nico Rosberg, who recovered to the pits with a deflating right-front tyre. McLaren’s Hamilton and Button completing only 15 laps among them as Massa and Alonso elected to lower the risks as well as saving tyres, with the Brazilian only featuring momentarily as Alonso set no lap time at all. Each driver is permitted just three sets of Wets and four sets of Intermediates per race meeting.

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