Lewis Hamilton tops Canadian Grand Prix practice

Lewis Hamilton topped both Formula One practice sessions Friday at the Canadian Grand Prix.

The McLaren driver, the winner at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in 2007 and 2010, had a top lap of 1 minute, 15.564 seconds in the morning session, and turned a lap at 1:15.259 in the afternoon.

Fernando Alonso, the leader in driver standings, was second at 1:15.313, and Ferrari teammate Felipe Massa followed at 1:15.410. Red Bull star Sebastain Vettel was fourth at 1:15.531.

The teams will have one more practice Saturday morning before qualifying. The race is Sunday.