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  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP2
  • Raikkonen encouraged by qualifying pace
  • October 11, 2013: Kimi Raikkonen believes Lotus will be more competitive in qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix than at recent races

  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP2
  • Webber unhappy over di Resta incident
  • October 11, 2013: Mark Webber explained his anger towards Paul di Resta during practice for the Japanese Grand Prix was the result of multiple incidents

  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP2
  • Ferrari still not quick enough - Alonso
  • October 11, 2013: Fernando Alonso says Ferrari cannot afford to be as far off the pace as it was during Friday practice for the Japanese Grand Prix

  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP2
  • Perez takes blame for Suzuka shunt
  • October 11, 2013: Sergio Perez has taken the blame for his accident in second practice for the Japanese Grand Prix but confirmed he was unharmed in the incident

  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP2
  • Hamilton wary of Red Bull pace
  • October 11, 2013: Lewis Hamilton is wary that Mercedes might not be able to match Red Bull's race pace following Friday practice for the Japanese Grand Prix

  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP2
  • Vettel fastest in crash-ridden FP2
  • October 11, 2013: Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time of the second practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix as the Suzuka circuit bit back and sent three drivers for early baths

  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP2
  • Chassis damage rules Bianchi out of FP2
  • October 11, 2013: Jules Bianchi will sit out of second practice for the Japanese Grand Prix after sustaining chassis damage during a crash in first practice

  • Japanese Grand Prix - FP1
  • Hamilton and Mercedes on top in FP1
  • October 11, 2013: Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes set the pace in the opening practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix as Suzuka threw up its usual share of thrills and spills in FP1

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