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2010-07-23 15:45
 

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso set the pace during the second free practice session at the Hockenheim circuit. Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel took second place while Ferrari's Felipe Massa came in third.

Fourth place went to Red Bull's Mark Webber, followed by the Mercedes duo of Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher.

Second practice session results

1. Fernando Alonso  Ferrari 1:16.265
2. Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull 1:16.294
3. Felipe Massa  Ferrari 1:16.438
4. Mark Webber Red Bull 1:16.585
5. Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1:16.827
6. Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1:16.971
7. Lewis Hamilton McLaren 1:17.004
8. Robert Kubica Renualt 1.17:009
9. Rubens Barrichello Williams 1:17.056
10. Nico Hulkenberg 1:17.204   
11. Kamui Kobayashi    BMW  1:17.336       
12. Vitaly Petrov    Renault    1:17.547    1.282   
13. Pedro de la Rosa    BMW 1:17.573   
14. Adrian Sutil    Force India    1:17.701   
15. Jenson Button    McLaren    1:17.739   
16. Vitantonio Liuzzi    Force India    1:17.871   
17. Sebastien Buemi    Toro Rosso    1:18.147   
18. Jaime Alguersuari    Toro Rosso    1:19.327       
19. Timo Glock    Virgin    1:19.553   
20. Jarno Trulli    Lotus 1:20.008   
21. Lucas di Grassi    Virgin     1:20.106       
22. Heikki Kovalainen    Lotus    1:20.377   
23. Bruno Senna    HRT    1:21.988       
24. Sakon Yamamoto    HRT    1:23.066   

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso takes the lead during the second practice session ahead of the German Grand Prix.


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