Rosberg set the practice pace Friday for a Spanish Grand Prix that could see the driver celebrate his eighth win in a row.
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Formula One world championship leader Nico Rosberg set the practice pace Friday for a Spanish Grand Prix that could see the Mercedes driver celebrate his eighth win in a row.The German, who would become only the third driver to win the first five races of a season after compatriot Michael Schumacher and Britain's Nigel Mansell if he triumphs Sunday, led the way with a fastest time of 1 minute 23.922 seconds.Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel had been fastest in the morning session in 1:23.951 and was fourth in the second session.Vettel's teammate Kimi Raikkonen was second fastest in both sessions, 0.254 adrift of Rosberg in the afternoon, with three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton fourth in the morning but third after lunch.
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