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SILVERSTONE, England (AP) — Lewis Hamilton was spending Friday night figuring out how to get his Mercedes in a better position to challenge in qualifying as he pursues a record sixth British Grand Prix win.

The Formula One leader was outpaced by Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas in both practice sessions. After finishing fourth in the timesheets in the morning Hamilton did post the second fastest time in the afternoon, 0.069 seconds behind Bottas.

“It’s been quite windy, quite gusty out there, so it hasn’t been the easiest of days, but we were up there nonetheless, and it looks like we’ll be in the fight,” Hamilton said.

“I was struggling with the rear end and

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