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Sao Paulo FP1: Hamilton fastest despite early struggles

After being absent from last year's Formula 1 calendar, twenty F1 cars where fired up in anger at Sao Paulo's Interlagos, for FP1 of the 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton fastest. The major news for the seven-time World Champion, however, was the announcement that he will take an extra Internal Combustion Engine (ICE), earning him a five-place grid penalty on Sunday's race, thus confirming all the rumors that were circulating in the buildup to this weekend. Except for the Aston Martin pair, Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll who took to the track over 15 minutes into the session, all the other teams were in a hurry to get going, to make use of the one-hour session...
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