Mark Webber set the pace in Saturday's final practice at Suzuka, however, his Red Bull team-mate Seb Vettel did not set a medium tyre lap due to a KERS issue.
First out of the blocks, the two Lotus drivers traded blows at the front with Romain Grosjean leading the way ahead of Kimi Raikkonen while Sergio Perez slotted into third place in his newly built McLaren chassis.
However, as the Red Bulls ventured out it was all change as Mark Webber hit the front with a 1:32.722. His team-mate Sebastian Vettel followed him up the order but only as far as third place with the German reporting to Red Bull that he had flat spotted his tyres. "Not great," is the understatement.
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