Sebastian Vettel claimed the practice hat-trick in a shortened final practice for the Indian GP where he once again beat Mark Webber.
Practice was delayed by 20 minutes as the medical helicopter could not "operate due to poor visibility". However, once the haze had lifted a bit, the action got underway with a vengeance as the drivers had just 40 minutes to run.
Mark Webber set the early pace with a 1:27.879 but was soon pipped by Fernando Alonso by 0.073s while Felipe Massa slotted into second place. Webber, though, wasn't done and edged Alonso. The Ferraris engaged in a brief battle with Webber at the front while Nico Rosberg slotted into fourth place as the first 10 minutes...
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