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Valtteri Bottas headed Lewis Hamilton to a Mercedes one-two in first practice at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
Back at Silverstone for the second time in a week in this coronavirus-reshaped year, Mercedes looked as strong as ever. Bottas was 0.138 seconds quicker than Hamilton with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen third, 0.727secs off the pace.
Racing Point’s Nico Hulkenberg, standing in again for Sergio Perez who still has coronavirus, was fourth. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Red Bull’s Alex Albon were fifth and sixth.
Attention in the first session focused on the ‘soft’ tyre, after Pirelli’s decision to supply rubber for this race that is one step softer than at last weekend’s British Grand Prix.
The soft being used this weekend is the second-softest in Pirelli’s range and was not available last week.
All the drivers experienced problems with the soft in temperatures approaching 30C around the demanding high-speed sweeps of Silverstone, both in terms of making it last for a flying lap and in terms of durability over a longer run, and it seems likely that teams will try to avoid it if they can for the race.