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09 July 2018, 04:38 | Henrietta Morgan
Hamilton fastest in crash-shortened third practice Images by Steve Etherington LAT
The New Zealand F1 driver's Red Bull auto suffered a front-left suspension failure, causing Hartley to crash into the track barriers at Brooklands on Saturday (Sunday NZ time).
The Toro Rosso driver crashed heavily at Brooklands after front left suspension failure pitched him into a spin.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton edged Kimi Raikkonen by less than one tenth of a second to set the fastest time in the session.
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Raikkonen dug deeper on his next run, producing a 1m27.199s lap to wrestle top spot back from Hamilton with just under 15 minutes of the hour remaining.
Considered to be one of the fastest tracks of Formula 1, Silverstone Circuit is hosting the British Grand Prix on Sunday and the qualifier for it shortly. The machine spun and went into the gravel crashing with the barrier.
Despite the head-on impact, Hartley was able to climb out of the vehicle unscathed and was cleared and released after being checked in the medical center, leaving him fit to take part in qualifying if possible.
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