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Hamilton dominates in China

Hamilton dominates in China
Lewis Hamilton put Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in his place before the Chinese Grand Prix by dominating Friday’s free practice for Mercedes after a track invader gave organisers a major fright. World champion Hamilton, who has won three times in Shanghai including last year, topped the timesheets, clocking a fastest lap of one minute, 37.219 seconds in the afternoon after flexing his muscles in the morning session.

There was a heart-stopping security scare in the afternoon when a man ran across the tarmac between the Sauber of Marcus Ericsson and Nico Hulkenberg’s Force India and climbed over the pit wall before being nabbed by officials. Vettel stunned Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to win in Malaysia two weeks ago but normal service looked to have been resumed in far cooler conditions in China.
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