Verstappen lost some time with the team working on his car’s engine. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
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Max Verstappen Friday kept Red Bull on top of the German Grand Prix practice time sheets – and Lewis Hamilton off them – after teammate Daniel Ricciardo was fastest in the first session. The 20-year-old Dutch driver set a quickest lap of 1 minute, 13.085 seconds in the afternoon, when track temperatures were around 46 degrees Celsius, with Formula One world champion Hamilton second and 0.026 slower for Mercedes.Verstappen, who did only 18 laps to Hamilton's 39 in the afternoon, lost some time with the team working on his car's engine.Verstappen had been third-fastest in the day's uneventful opening session, with Ferrari's championship leader Sebastian Vettel fourth in both.
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