FP2: Vettel goes quickest despite late puncture


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23 August 2013 by TF1T Staff | M
          

Sebastian Vettel topped the times during second practice for the Belgian Grand Prix despite suffering a right-rear puncture.

The Red Bull driver was just ahead of his team-mate Mark Webber as the pair dominated the session to go eight tenths ahead of Romain Grosjean in third.

Vettel's session wasn't all smooth running as he suffered a puncture in the closing minutes, causing some minor damage to the floor of his RB9.

Felipe Massa meanwhile continued Ferrari's strong pace to go fourth quickest ahead of Jean-Eric Vergne and Kimi Raikkonen.

Caterham's Giedo van der Garde lost control of his car and impacted the barriers at turn 15, ending his session early.

FP2 Times - 2013 Belgian Grand Prix:

#DriverTeamTimeGapLaps
01 S. Vettel Red Bull 1:49.331   22
02 M. Webber Red Bull 1:49.390 +0.059 34
03 R. Grosjean Lotus 1:50.149 +0.818 34
04 F. Massa Ferrari 1:50.164 +0.833 27
05 J-E. Vergne Toro Rosso 1:50.253 +0.922 28
06 K. Raikkonen Lotus 1:50.318 +0.987 33
07 F. Alonso Ferrari 1:50.510 +1.179 21
08 S. Perez McLaren 1:50.536 +1.205 27
09 N. Rosberg Mercedes 1:50.601 +1.270 33
10 P. di Resta Force India 1:50.611 +1.280 27
11 A. Sutil Force India 1:50.629 +1.298 30
12 L. Hamilton Mercedes 1:50.751 +1.420 27
13 N. Hulkenberg Sauber 1:50.972 +1.641 33
14 P. Maldonado Williams 1:50.991 +1.660 28
15 J. Button McLaren 1:51.195 +1.864 28
16 D. Ricciardo Toro Rosso 1:51.447 +2.116 26
17 V. Bottas Williams 1:51.568 +2.237 28
18 E. Gutierrez Sauber 1:51.644 +2.313 26
19 G. van der Garde Caterham 1:53.157 +3.826 21
20 C. Pic Caterham 1:53.251 +3.920 29
21 J. Bianchi Marussia 1:53.482 +4.151 28
22 M. Chilton Marussia 1:54.418 +5.087 12

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