Although Sebastian Vettel once again claimed the P1 slot in a Singapore practice, he was at least pushed hard by Lotus's Romain Grosjean.
Putting on the supersofts in the final 10 minutes of third practice at the Marina Bay circuit, Grosjean crossed the line with a 1:44.364 and watched as his rivals, including the two Mercedes drivers and Mark Webber, failed to beat him.
However, then came Vettel and the German posted a 1:44.173 to jump to the front by 0.191s ahead of Grosjean.
Nico Rosberg lined up third, 0.568s down on Vettel's best but that was a marked improvement from Friday night when he was a full second adrift of the Red Bull racer.
Mark Webber finished fourth quickest ahead of...
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