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Lewis Hamilton continued his long love affair with the Hungaroring by posting the fastest times in both Friday practice sessions in the buildup to the Hungarian Grand Prix. Hamilton has become a master of the tight, twisty track, the slowest permanent facility on the Formula One calendar, claiming four poles and four victories in seven attempts.
Another win on Sunday would make the 29-year-old the most successful driver at the circuit of all time. He is currently tied with Michael Schumacher on four wins apiece. Hamilton could not have asked for much more of a springboard towards a race win after finishing the day ahead of title rival and Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Quickest in the first session, when the medium-compound Pirelli tyre was used throughout, Hamilton posted a time of 1min 25.814sec, finishing 0.183sec clear of Rosberg.
Come session two, when the drivers were allowed a run on the soft rubber, the quicker of the two choices this weekend, Hamilton improved to 1:24.482, with Rosberg down by 0.238.
The fact they again finished one-two was no surprise as Mercedes have no equal this season, with just two drivers within a second of the pair after the two 90-minute runs. Both were world champions, with the outgoing champion Sebastian Vettel 0.629 off the pace in his Red Bull, followed by double title-holder Fernando Alonso for Ferrari, 0.955 adrift.
The second session was not without its difficulties for Mercedes, though, as Hamilton at one stage complained of a loss of braking. That will likely have sounded a few alarm bells on the pit wall in light of Hamilton’s accident during qualifying last Saturday for the German Grand Prix when he crashed into a tyre wall after a right-front brake disc failure.