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Saturday 10 December 2016

Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a dominant second practice ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix as the reigning world champion outclassed his opposition.

Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a dominant second practice ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix as the reigning world champion outclassed his opposition.

The Briton had narrowly lost out to Mercedes team-mate and closest title challenger Nico Rosberg in yesterday's first session but hit back later in the day.

Hamilton's time of one minute 26.852 seconds was over four-tenths of a second quicker than the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel, who beat fellow German Rosberg into third place.

The session was stopped briefly after the Lotus of Romain Grosjean shed a large portion of bodywork on the main straight.

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