Ferrari's Finnish driver Kimi Raikkonen drives at the Marina Bay Street Circuit during the second practice session ahead of the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix in Singapore on September 14, 2018. / AFP / Roslan RAHMAN
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Kimi Raikkonen edged out Lewis Hamilton to the fastest lap in Friday's second practice for the Singapore Grand Prix, but the Finn's Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel had his session cut short after he smacked a wall.Raikkonen, who will leave Ferrari for Sauber at the end of the season, sped round in 1 minute 38.699 seconds, almost a second quicker than last year's pole position time, and then warned he could go even faster.Championship leader Hamilton was just 0.011 seconds adrift of Raikkonen after bolting on the fastest hypersoft tyres for the night session on the spectacular Marina Bay street circuit.Ferrari's new signing Charles Leclerc had a moment to forget when he crashed his Sauber near the end of the first session.
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