Sebastian Vettel isn't getting carried away by his Friday pace at Monza even saying there is still room for improvement.
Having finished fourth in FP1 for the Italian Grand Prix, the triple World Champion blitzed his rivals in the afternoon's session.
Vettel was the only driver to break into the 1:24s with a 1:24.453, which put him 0.623s ahead of his team-mate Mark Webber.
"It was a good day, that's for sure," he said. "But we'll keep our feet on the ground, it's only a Friday.
"Maybe the others had some problems, but regarding myself it was a good day and I didn't have any issues with the car and felt comfortable."
The German, however, believes the battle will be...
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