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Webber fastest in second free practice for Japanese GP



Today morning session Mark Webber the only man beat with McLaren. In second free practice the Australian speedy beat Lewis Hamilton and set quickest lap in the session.

Lewis Hamilton sandwiched among the Red Bull duo Webber and Vettel, the defending world champion come-back to the top position in this session, he done third fastest lap-time.

Again Force India speedy Nico Hulkenberg performed well, he done fourth fastest. Championship leader Fernando Alonso set fifth fastest ahead of Lotus’s Romain Grosjean.

Morning session leader Jenson Button managed seventh fastest ahead of Williams’s Bruno Senna and Ferrari’s Felipe Massa.

Mercedes duo Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg set 10th and 11th fastest lap respectively. Rosberg required an engine change following the break after his car had ground to halt in free practice one and his team-mate Schumacher was changed the suspension following the P1.

Schumacher was made mistake and his car’s two right wheels on the grime on the entry to Spoon. The car then snapped around quickly and he spun sideways and crashed with barriers, following that time the race direction decided against a red flag.

Sauber’s Sergio Perez set 12th fastest ahead of his team-mate and local hero Kamui Kobayashi. Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen stayed much more time in pits following his KERS battery overheated and began leaking and forced all the Lotus personnel in to rubber gear for safety reasons.

Second Practice Results – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix

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