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Hamilton ahead, Verstappen fourth, Leclerc crashes in Saudi

Lewis Hamilton continued his strong early pace at the Saudi Arabian GP with another fastest time in Practice Two, as his championship rival Max Verstappen finished only fourth in a hectic session around Jeddah's new street circuit that was ended with a heavy crash for Charles Leclerc.
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