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2010-07-30 11:46
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber dominated the first practice session ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix, finishing a second clear of nearest rival, Renault's Robert Kubica.

Jenson Button was fourth for McLaren, followed by Williams' Rubens Barrichello, BMW Sauber's Pedro de la Rosa, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Mercedes' Nico Rosberg.

Results from the first practice session:

1 Sebastian Vettel    Red Bull    1:20.976       
2 Mark Webber    Red Bull    1:21.106   
3 Robert Kubica    Renault    1:22.072
4 Jenson Button    McLaren    1:22.444      
5 Rubens Barrichello    Williams    1:22.601   
6 Pedro de la Rosa    BMW Sauber    1:22.764   
7 Fernando Alonso    Ferrari    1:22.772     
8 Nico Rosberg    Mercedes GP    1:22.777     
9 Michael Schumacher    Mercedes GP    1:22.792 
10 Nico Hulkenberg    Williams    1:22.966   
11 Adrian Sutil    Force India    1:23.003   
12 Felipe Massa    Ferrari    1:23.007   
13 Vitaly Petrov    Renault    1:23.249   
14 Kamui Kobayashi    BMW Sauber    1:23.327   
15 Paul di Resta    Force India    1:23.520   
16 Sebastien Buemi    Toro Rosso    1:23.780   
17 Jaime Alguersuari    Toro Rosso    1:23.868   
18 Lewis Hamilton    McLaren    1:24.075       
19 Jarno Trulli    Lotus    1:25.032   
20 Heikki Kovalainen    Lotus    1:25.210   
21 Timo Glock    Virgin    1:25.990   
22 Lucas di Grassi    Virgin    1:26.686   
23 Bruno Senna    HRT    1:26.990       
24 Sakon Yamamoto    HRT 1:28.157   

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