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Lewis Hamilton's verdict as thunderstorms threaten Styrian Grand Prix qualifying nightmare

“It was a very useful day of practice,” Bottas said. “We had quite a few things to try after last weekend.

“FP1 was mainly looking into whether we had fixed the reliability concerns from last Sunday. The team is still looking into that, but I think we have made some progress.

“We made some good set-up tweaks and I tried to use the learnings from last weekend, in terms of one-lap pace and driving style over a race distance.

“We are all getting to know this track pretty well now, but still it’s always good fun to be on track here. I still feel really good in the car, which is good news, but in the end the next two days are the ones that count.”

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