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Hamilton stunned by Vettel speed

The Brit was fourth in the afternoon session closely followed by his teammate Jenson Button who finished just 0.038s behind.
Friday, November 16, 2012

AUSTIN, TEXAS, Nov 16, 2012 (AFP) - Lewis Hamilton admitted he was surprised by the pace of defending champion Sebastian Vettel in Friday's opening free practice sessions ahead of this weekend's United States Grand Prix.

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The 25-year-old German topped both sessions for Red Bull despite technical problems as he prepared for his 100th Formula One race in which he hopes to win and become the youngest triple champion in the sport's history.

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Vettel deposed Hamilton of McLaren with a late time 1.418 seconds quicker than the second-placed McLaren driver in practice one and then topped practice two by 0.757 seconds despite losing an hour of running to a water leak.

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Hamilton said: "I don't know where he got that time from, but that's very quick. I don't know whether or not we have that pace, but we're going to go into tomorrow and make some changes -- and we can definitely improve our car.

"We tested something there that wasn't so good. Hopefully we can go back to what we had in P1 and then it will be better tomorrow."

Hamilton's McLaren team-mate and fellow Briton Jenson Button was more relaxed about Vettel's speed, suggesting that other drivers had not shown their full potential.

He said: "I don't think many people actually got a good lap in in practice on low fuel, but the Red Bull's a very quick car and Seb's very quick in it.

"They're definitely going to be the people to beat in qualifying, but I don't think the gap is as big as it looks."

He added that his main concern was that Red Bull did not appear to be suffering from the severe tyre warm-up issues that many teams experienced.

"It's not just their outright speed, it's how easily they can get the tyres working," he said. "They can do a very quick lap on lap one, and for us that's impossible."

But he remained confident that Vettel's Friday margin was illusory. "I don't think there's going to be a one-second gap between Seb and us in qualifying, I think it's going to be closer than that," Button insisted.

Jenson Button improved in the afternoon session to finish 5th best.

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