Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel drives during the second practice session of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka on October 6, 2017. / AFP / Kiyoshi OTA
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Sebastian Vettel was quickest in free practice for the Japanese Grand Prix Friday with the Ferrari driver's morning effort never coming under threat in a rain-shortened afternoon session that saw only five men complete timed laps.Vettel set the pace in that session with a 1 minute, 29.166 second lap, edging out his Formula One championship rival Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes at the top of the timesheets.World championship leader Hamilton went fastest in that session, setting a time of 1 minute, 48.719 seconds, kicking up a dense mist of spray as he toured the circuit, nearly 20 seconds off Vettel's morning best on a dry track.Hamilton leads Vettel by 34 points in the overall standings with five of the season's 20 races remaining.
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