Lewis Hamilton topped FP1 for the Dutch GP as Sebastian Vettel’s stricken Aston Martin caused a 30-minute red flag.

As Formula 1 returned to the Netherlands after a 36-year hiatus, Carlos Sainz completed the first lap, Yuki Tsunoda the first spin, Esteban Ocon the first trip up an escape road, Vettel the first with car troubles, and Pierre Gasly the first P1 as all 20 drivers set a time and he sat top of the pile with a 1:15.301. All that with six minutes!

And then came the roar, that one expected as Max Verstappen hit the front with a 1:13.045.

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