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    Lewis Hamilton and a dog have been the headliners in the second Formula One practice session at the Bahrain Grand Prix

    Lewis Hamilton and a dog have been the headliners in the second Formula One practice session at the Bahrain Grand Prix


    Champion-elect Hamilton recorded the quickest time with Red Bull's Max Verstappen running second fastest.

    However the session was temporarily suspended when a dog made its way onto the circuit, forcing marshals to bring out the red flags.

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