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Nico Rosberg maintained his position at the top of the timesheets during a trouble-free second practice session for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, with Lewis Hamilton down in fourth.
The German topped FP1 with a late dash earlier in the day despite missing much of the session due to a gearbox change, but enjoyed a more uneventful FP2 as he turned in a best lap of 1min 34.155secs, just over a tenth faster than in the morning.
It was enough to put more than three tenths between himself and Kimi Raikkonen, the Finn two thousandths of a second quicker than his Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel as they both got the better of Hamilton, the local favourite having a low-key session after complaining of the car's handling.
After a positive start in FP1, the Red Bull-backed cars continued to fill out top ten positions, Daniil Kvyat leading team-mate Daniel Ricciardo in fifth and sixth, while Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz flew the flag for Toro Rosso in seventh and ninth respectively.
Between them, Nico Hulkenberg continued to give Force India encouragement on its first day with the new VJM08, the car consistently inside the top ten in the German's hands throughout the day and quicker than both Williams and Lotus.
Felipe Massa rounded out the top ten, ahead of Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas, the Finn getting his first laps of the day having had his car driven by Susie Wolff in FP1.
Elsewhere, turn seven at Luffield would prove tricky for some, with Romain Grosjean suffering an off early onn and Roberto Merhi repeating the trick later in the session with a spin, both drivers bringing out brief red flags for their efforts. Fernnado Alonso was another to suffer an off into the gravel trap there, but would get back going.
Despite this, it was a more positive session for McLaren, with Alonso 15th and Jenson Button 17th quickest, 2.5 and 3secs off the pace respectively.