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Sebastian Vettel fastest again Friday second practice



Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel locked both Friday free practice session for Singapore Grand Prix.

The dry condition comes out in Friday second practice whole session, McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel posted fastest lap-time in early stage.

First stint of the second practice session all drivers set best lap-time with Pirelli’s soft compound. Both Sauber drivers Sergio Perez and Kamui Kobayashi struggled with car balance.

Bruno Senna made a red flag stage in the middle of the session, following he touch with the wall after the turn 19 and broke his left rear suspension. His car slide and coming on the apex of turns 20.

Track Marshals try to push the car away but the damage meant a mobile crane was required and the session was red flagged for five minutes.

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel regains the fastest lap-time with Super soft at the second half of the session; McLaren’s Jenson Button picked the same way and set second fastest lap-time.

Fernando Alonso set third fastest lap-time with Pirelli super soft. Red Bull’s Mark Webber was done fourth fastest in the final time of the session.

Session early fastest man Lewis Hamilton set the fifth fastest with Super-soft and full loaded fuel. Both Force India duo Paul di Resta and Nico Hulkenberg performed well the Friday practice one and two. They are done sixth and seventh respectively.

Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg struggled in the first half of the session, finally he done eighth fastest ahead of Ferrari’s Felipe Massa.

Lotus Romain Grosjean set tenth fastest and his team-mate and also title contender Kimi Raikkonen done 12th fastest behind the Mercedes Michael Schumacher.

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