Lewis Hamilton set top fastest time-lap in the second free practice session for the Brazilian GP. In a wonderful weather condition at Interlagos, The British speedy dominated almost whole session afternoon at the head of the order. Lewis done top fastest with 1:13.392.
Double World champion Sebastian Vettel finally done second fastest for Red Bull, 0.167 seconds off Hamilton’s pace, and just ahead of RBR team-mate Mark Webber. Fernando Alonso was the leading Ferrari driver in fourth, with Schumacher staying among the frontrunners in fifth.
Felipe Massa completed the top six for Ferrari, while Jenson Button spent a long spell just behind team-mate Hamilton in second before falling to seventh as he did not make a particular large pace jump on softs. Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) and the Force Indias of Adrian Sutil and Paul di Resta completed the top 10.
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