Hamilton fastest in both practice sessions in Malaysia

Formula 1 Sport News

The 2008 World Champion was fastest in both Friday Practice sessions, heading Sebastian Vettel in the first with Mercedes Michael Schumacher in the second.

Team mate Jenson Button was third fastest in the second practice session.

Mercedes showed strong pace finishing third and fourth in the first session , while in the second session the duo were second and fourth.

Schumacher: “We also know that everyone works on different programmes on Fridays, so I would guess we have not seen everything yet. We are very much aware that we should not be too optimistic about today’s outcome.”

Rosberg: “We’ve had a decent start today at one of our home races here in Malaysia, so I’m quite happy,” said Nico at the end of the second practice session today. “We learned a lot about how to use our tyres, and I feel things are going in the right direction but I don’t…

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BTCC – BTCC finalising turbo flow-test programme

Motor Sport Press

Study establishes initial boost settings and adjustment methodology for remainder of season

After three months of scientific research and data collation, the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship is finalising the programme that will be used to automatically level out any significant performance differentials between relevant turbocharged S2000-based cars and their newer ‘Next Generation Touring Car’ rivals throughout 2012.

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