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Struggled Jenson Button come-back strongly in final practice for European Grand Prix. 2009 world champion set top fastest lap with 1:38.562 ahead of Lotus duo.

Lotus guys Romain Grosjean and Kimi Raikkonen posted second and third quickest lap-time respectively.

Special results made Force India drivers, Nico Hulkenberg and Paul di Resta made fourth and fifth fastest in that order. Once again mid-runners reached close to the front runners.

Sauber’s Sergio Perez done sixth fastest ahead of Mercedes GP’s Michael Schumacher. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton made eighth fastest ahead of Ferrari’s Felipe Massa.

Valencia opening practice pace setter Pastor Maldonado made tenth fastest. Second Sauber man Kamui Kobayashi done 11th fastest ahead of Spaniard Fernando Alonso.

Second practice top man Sebastian Vettel done 13th fastest and his team-mate Mark Webber made nineteenth quickest amid of Caterham guys.

Willaims Bruno Senna and Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg finished 14th and 15th behind the world champion Sebastian Vettel. HRT man Pedro de la Rosa done 21st fastest ahead of Marussia guys and his team-mate Narian Karthikeyan posted 23rd fastest behind the Charlse Pic.

Third practice results 2012 Formula 1 European Grand Prix


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