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FP2: Hamilton top again; major shunt for Leclerc

Lewis Hamilton headed a Mercedes 1-2 in FP2 in Saudi Arabia, but a big late crash from Charles Leclerc ended the session a few minutes early. Hamilton pipped Valtteri Bottas at the top of the leaderboard, ahead of Pierre Gasly in P3 and Max Verstappen down in fourth, but the crash from Leclerc left his car in tatters – but the main thing is that the Ferrari driver emerged unscathed, offering his apologies to his team for the work they will now be doing to fix his car. Alpine looked like they kept up their pace from Qatar with Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon going P5 and P6 respectively, with Carlos Sainz, Yuki Tsunoda and Sergio Perez ahead of Leclerc, who rounded out the top 10....
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