Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton drives in the pit lane during practice for the Formula One Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on April 13, 2018. / AFP / GREG BAKER
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Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton edged out Kimi Raikkonen at the top of the timesheets as Ferrari ended the opening day of practice for Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix hot on pacesetter Mercedes' heels.The Briton lapped the 5.4 km Shanghai International Circuit in 1 minute, 33.482 seconds in the afternoon session, narrowly beating Raikkonen to the top spot by a mere 0.007 seconds.Hamilton's The best Vettel had managed in the morning had been sixth, 0.862 seconds off Hamilton's pace.The lap-times in the second session were a lot closer, however, after Hamilton went comfortably fastest in the morning, raising hopes for a closely-fought race, with Red Bull also showing flashes of speed.Red Bull's Max Verstappen was fifth quickest in both sessions, closing in to end the day 0.341 seconds off Hamilton's pace.
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