Sauber's Marcus Ericsson crashes during practice REUTERS/Xavier Gazquez
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Sebastian Vettel suffered a spin but still put Ferrari on top of the practice timesheets for their home Italian Grand Prix 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 1 minute 21.105 seconds.Vettel spun off at Parabolica later but without significant damage.Hamilton – excused media engagements Thursday due to a mystery personal commitment – did six laps in that 90-minute session and was only 11th while Vettel, who was slowed by a problem with his car's Friday gearbox, was 17th.
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