Sebastian Vettel took top fastest lap-time in second free practice for Korean Grand Prix, and his team-mate Mark Webber set second quickest lap-time.
The duo expecting Red Bull will stay ahead of this weekend at Korean Grand Prix. Vettel grabbed quickest time his team-mate Webber by 0.032 seconds.
Vettel pleased with Friday practice run, and he believes Red Bull can do a better performance in this weekend at Korea.
“We can be quite happy. It is extremely tight and we are happy with how everything went today,” Sebastian Vettel said following the practices.
“The track was changing quite a lot today so it is better than expected. This afternoon at the start it was quite slippery but then it got a bit better. All in the entire car felt alright and obviously we will see what we can do tomorrow.”
Following a disappointed race at Japan for Mark Webber, the Australian started alongside with his team-mate on the front row; unfortunately he dropped down from the top position on the opening lap, following collision with Grosjean. Today he is satisfied with practice run and expecting they can stay ahead of the game.
“Hopefully we can stay ahead of the game and have a smooth run again tomorrow, we had similar runs like this in Suzuka, but only one of us got the job done there so I am looking to do that on Sunday.” Webber said.
“I think it was OK,” said Webber. “I was surprised the track was as good as it was; we have had worse venues to be honest on a Friday.
“The track wasn’t crazy, though or sure the first run was not great. The track will change, but it is not our first grand prix so we will be ready for that.”