Sebastian Vettel has said that his dominance in second practice for the Singapore Grand Prix came as a surprise. The Red Bull Racing driver finished the final session of the day in first place, six tenths faster than team-mate Mark Webber.
The German looking in a league of his own around the Marina Bay Street Circuit, performing strongly in the first practice session as well. However, he thinks Mercedes will bounce back and challenge in qualifying.
Talking in a team statement after second practice he said: 'It was quite busy; it’s pretty hot out there, good fun and a nice place, but for all of us it’s quite hard work. The time we set was a surprise today, I got a good lap in, but I...
Full Story »