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Pierre Gasly tops wet FP3 session in Turkey

Pierre Gasly pulled off an upset as he finished FP3 as the quickest car of all, with the AlphaTauri driver beating off competition from Max Verstappen and Max Verstappen, who were second and third respectively. Red Bull finally found some grip and speed as Lewis Hamilton decided the risk of running in the wet outweighed the benefit. The seven-time world champion completed just five laps in the entire session, and finished down in 18th place. Despite dominating on Friday, in the wet, Hamilton didn't show the same speed.  Verstappen nearly went quickest right at the end, but he fell just short of Gasly's time.  The session was punctuated by a red flag, caused by George Russell beaching his...
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