Sebastian Vettel was fastest again in second practice on Friday as tyre blistering reared its head at the Indian Grand Prix.The World Champion-elect set the pace with a lap of 1:25.722s at the 5.125km Buddh International Circuit to go 0.289s faster that Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber.
The stark facts make the session appear business as usual for Vettel but it was not without its difficulties. For a start, he was hampered by KERS problems - the German's pace an ominous sign assuming the issue was not rectified, which is unclear - and he also suffered from blistering of the soft compound option tyre.
Regarding the latter problem, however, he was not alone. Sky Sports F1's Ted Kravitz reported...
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