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BBC Sport’s chief F1 writer in Abu DhabiCopyright: Reuters
Valtteri Bottas led Lewis Hamilton to a Mercedes one-two in second practice at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Bottas was 0.310 seconds ahead of Hamilton, who was 0.076secs faster than Ferrari's Charles Leclerc as the season's final race weekend began.
Bottas had an unusual crash for a practice session when he and Haas' Romain Grosjean collided at a chicane. The Finn dived for the inside at the end of the second long straight and Grosjean turned in having not seen him.
Both cars suffered extensive damage and showered the circuit with debris, causing the session to be stopped for seven minutes while the track was cleared.
Until his crash, Bottas was on excellent form around Yas Marina on Friday, fastest in both sessions, but the Finn has a grid penalty for excessive engine usage and will start the race from the back of the grid.
These are the times from session two. Very much in team order at the top, and at the bottom.Copyright: F1
Fastest in session one and fastest in session two, Valtteri Bottas tops the times again. He even had a late smash with Romain Grosjean, but managed to get back out there before the end.
It's a Mercedes one-two with Lewis Hamilton second. Then it's the two Ferraris with Charles Leclerc ahead of Sebastian Vettel and then the two Red Bulls with Max Verstappen ahead of Alexander Albon.
Romain Grosjean, Sergio Perez, Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly make up the rest of the top 10.
The smash between Bottas and Grosjean ended the Haas man's day, but not the Mercedes' one. Bottas fastest, just as he was earlier on in session one. A real shame he starts at the back no matter what he does.
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Engineer: "Valtteri and Grosjean. Grosjean turned in."
"Could have guessed."
Valtteri Bottas is already going to be starting at the back on Sunday, but this wouldn't have helped.
He won two of the opening four races of the season and we all thought it would be a potential title challenge, but his season is ending in a disappointing fashion.
That's the end of the day for both Valtteri Bottas and Romain Grosjean.
He turned in on me and didn't leave any space.
Former Renault driver on BBC Radio 5 live
In practice you don't need to be doing that. Grosjean would not be expecting a lunge like that in practice. In a race fine, it would be a racing incident, but it was a bit unnecessary from Bottas.
Bottas dives down the inside, Romain Grosjean does not see him, they smash into each other, with loads of damage for both of them.
"What the **** is that," said Grosjean.
Podium last time out in Brazil and both Toro Rossos are in the top 10 now, although Pierre Gasly has just said that "something very strange is happening with the engine".
- Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 1:36.256
- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) +0.31
- Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) +0.386
- Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) +0.435
- Max Verstappen (Red Bull) +0.551
- Alexander Albon (Red Bull) +1.032
- Romain Grosjean (Haas) +1.345
- Sergio Perez (Racing Point) +1.381
- Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso) +1.395
- Pierre Gasly (Toro Rosso) +1.514
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Lewis Hamilton is showcasing a new helmet design for the final run out this weekend.Copyright: Reuters
Lucky, lucky, lucky from Giovinazzi. He loses the rear end of his Alfa Romeo, flings it around and just about avoids wrecking his car into the wall. A three-point turn and he's back on track.
James MacDonald: Not a highlight really, but the way the paddock were able to unite and the drivers were able to race over the same track that had killed Anthoine Hubert the previous day pressed home just what incredible people everyone involved in F1 are. I can't imagine how hard that was.Copyright: EPA