Formula One - F1 - Malaysia Grand Prix - Sepang, Malaysia- 1/10/16 Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton of Britain in action during third practice. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton, gunning for his 50th win this weekend, set a dominant pace to top the timesheets in the final practice session for Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.Hamilton's pace was nearly a full five seconds clear of the fastest time recorded at the track in the dry last year.Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen set the fourth-fastest time ahead of team mate Sebastian Vettel, last year's winner, who knocked out a trackside bollard in an otherwise harmless spin at the final corner.Rosberg holds an eight point advantage over Hamilton in the overall standings after winning the last three races.
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