Ferrari's Finnish driver Kimi Raikkonen drives during the second practice session at the Autodromo Nazionale circuit in Monza on August 31, 2018 ahead of the Italian Formula One Grand Prix. / AFP / Miguel MEDINA
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Sebastian Vettel suffered a spin but Ferrari was still first and second in practice for their home Italian Grand Prix on Friday while Sauber's Marcus Ericsson walked away from a spectacular crash.Vettel, hoping to make further inroads into Lewis Hamilton's 17-point Formula One championship lead this weekend, lapped the Monza circuit near Milan with a best time of one minute 21.105 seconds.Mercedes's Hamilton -- last year's race winner -- was third quickest and 0.287 off the pace set by his fellow four-times world champion.He had been 11th in the morning after completing only six laps in the rain.
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