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Hamilton on top after opening day

Both McLaren keep setting the pace as button marked the second best time in a session with several drivers spinning off.
Friday, November 11, 2011

ABU DHABI, Nov 11, 2011 (AFP) - Lewis Hamilton topped the times in Fridays incident-packed second free practice session ahead of Sundays Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the McLaren driver outpacing his nearest rival and team-mate Jenson Button by two-tenths of a second.

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The two Englishmen dominated the day with Button fastest in the morning and second-quickest in the afternoon when Hamilton delivered a lap in one minute and 39.586 to set the pace.

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Double drivers champion German Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull and two-time champion Spaniard Fernando Alonso of Ferrari both crashed into the barriers at Turn One during the session. They were unhurt.

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The double-shunt by the two double-champions made life easy for the McLaren team in the closing stages after they had demonstrated their speed and consistency ahead of Sundays 55-laps race at the Yas Marina Circuit.

Alonso wound up third fastest on a day when Ferrari suffered a troubled morning, but showed signs of recovery, with his team-mate Brazilian Felipe Massa fourth.

Australian Mark Webber was fifth quickest for the Red Bull team ahead of Vettel with Michael Schumacher, 42, seventh for Mercedes, with fellow-German Adrian Sutil of Force India in eighth.

British rookie Paul Di Resta was ninth in the second Force India car and Japanese Kamui Kobayashi 10th for Sauber as the session ended with a full moon rising over the circuit at the end of the day-night session.

The session began as the sun began to sink, creating a twilight practice ahead of Sunday's race, with the two Red Bull men taking command immediately.

Vettel was fastest first and then Webber outpaced him only for the German to regain the ascendancy.

Soon after this, with only 20 minutes gone, Alonso signalled the start of Ferraris recovery from a troubled morning by going top and then becoming the first driver to break through the 1:40 barrier.

But as he increased in speed and performance, several other men found their limits on a slippery-looking track as seven-time champion Schumacher spun off three times in his Mercedes and both Webber and Vettel endured similar off-track action.

The McLarens, having looked full of potential and pace in the morning, when Button topped the times, came out and took control around midway through the 90-minute session. Button first, and then Hamilton, went fastest.

Vettel then slewed off the circuit and hit the barriers heavily at Turn One in his Red Bull, climbing out unhurt. A few minutes later, Alonso did much the same in his Ferrari. Both cars were only slightly damaged and Vettel was
repaired in time to rejoin the fray for the closing minutes.

Here are the time for the Second Practice Session for the 2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

POS
No.
DRIVER
TEAM
TIME
GAP
LAPS
1
3
Lewis Hamilton
McLaren-Mercedes
1:39.586
31
2
4
Jenson Button
McLaren-Mercedes
1:39.785
0.199
30
3
5
Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
1:39.971
0.385
20
4
6
Felipe Massa
Ferrari
1:39.980
0.394
34
5
2
Mark Webber
RBR-Renault
1:40.104
0.518
35
6
1
Sebastian Vettel
RBR-Renault
1:40.132
0.546
26
7
7
Michael Schumacher
Mercedes
1:40.553
0.967
34
8
14
Adrian Sutil
Force India-Mercedes
1:40.951
1.365
34
9
15
Paul di Resta
Force India-Mercedes
1:41.021
1.435
37
10
16
Kamui Kobayashi
Sauber-Ferrari
1:41.490
1.904
34
11
17
Sergio Perez
Sauber-Ferrari
1:41.565
1.979
34
12
18
Sebastien Buemi
STR-Ferrari
1:41.680
2.094
33
13
10
Vitaly Petrov
Renault
1:41.947
2.361
31
14
19
Jaime Alguersuari
STR-Ferrari
1:41.983
2.397
34
15
9
Bruno Senna
Renault
1:42.369
2.783
36
16
11
Rubens Barrichello
Williams-Cosworth
1:42.798
3.212
35
17
12
Pastor Maldonado
Williams-Cosworth
1:42.910
3.324
34
18
20
Heikki Kovalainen
Lotus-Renault
1:43.562
3.976
36
19
21
Jarno Trulli
Lotus-Renault
1:44.050
4.464
38
20
8
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
1:44.265
4.679
41
21
24
Timo Glock
Virgin-Cosworth
1:45.486
5.9
34
22
25
Jerome d'Ambrosio
Virgin-Cosworth
1:46.142
6.556
32
23
23
Vitantonio Liuzzi
HRT-Cosworth
1:46.249
6.663
21
24
22
Daniel Ricciardo
HRT-Cosworth
1:46.328
6.742
34

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