Sebastian Vettel put himself on course to clinch a hat-trick of wins in Sunday's Indian Grand Prix, the German following on from his strong morning form to once again lead a Red Bull one-two in the second practice session ahead of Sunday's race.
Vettel set a time of one minute 25.722, just under three-tenths of a second quicker than Webber's best time of the afternoon, with Romain Grosjean in the Lotus a further couple of tenths adrift in third.
Lewis Hamilton kept Mercedes in the mix with the fourth fastest time of the day ahead of Fernando Alonso — who had been sidelined by gearbox issues on his Ferrari in the morning — fifth.
Nico Rosberg set the sixth fastest time of the...
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