F1, Abu Dhabi: first free runs in Bottas, Vettel against the barriers

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ABU DHABI – Valtteri Bottas was the fastest in the first practice session of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the last round of the Formula 1 World Championship. The Mercedes driver from Finland, who will start from the back of the grid on Sunday to have changed the power unit, has turned in 1'36 "957 ahead of Max Verstappen (Red Bull, 1'37" 492) and team mate and world champion Lewis Hamilton (1'37 "591).




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Fourth time for Alexander Albon (Red Bull) who finished ahead of the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel, fifth in 1'38 "906. The German was the protagonist of an accident in the final of the first session ending with his" red "against the barriers and damaging the rear of the car, sixth for Roman Grosjean (Haas), seventh for the other Ferrari of Charles Leclerc. The driver from Monaco stopped the chronometer on 1'39 "249. Behind him Kevin Magnussen, then Antonio Giovinazzi, ninth with his Alfa Romeo in 1'39 "423. He closes the top ten Nico Hulkenberg (Renault), while he is 13th Kimi Raikkonen behind the wheel of the other Alfa Romeo.


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