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Rain stays away from final practice
Formula One finally enjoyed a dry session ahead of qualifying for the British Grand Prix.
Come the end of the 60 minutes it championship leader Fernando Alonso, winner here last year and the only driver to win two grands prix this season, who led the way.
Alonso posted a time of one minute 32.167secs in his Ferrari, 24 seconds faster than Lewis Hamilton's best in the wet on Friday.
It was not all plain sailing for the Spaniard, however, as on his next lap he was involved in a minor spin at Club.
McLaren's Jenson Button finished 0.153secs adrift in second, with Lotus' Romain Grosjean a further 0.038secs down in third.
The Frenchman was on track for a high of 25 laps along with team-mate Kimi Raikkonen - fifth quickest behind Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel - and the Williams of Bruno Senna in 11th.
Lewis Hamilton, fastest early on, had to settle for sixth, just over three tenths of a second behind Alonso.
Williams' Pastor Maldonado was seventh, followed by the Sauber of Sergio Perez, who destroyed his front wing at one point in an off-track excursion across the grass.
Team-mate Kamui Kobayashi and Force India's Nico Hulkenberg were ninth and 10th and both within a second of Alonso.
Force India's Paul di Resta was 12th, the Scot 1.2secs adrift, whilst at the rear were HRT duo Narain Karthikeyan and Pedro de la Rosa, both five seconds down.