Sebastian Vettel was the man to beat in Singapore on Friday night, edging ahead of Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.
The reigning World Champ crossed the line with a 1:46.374 as he set about stamping his mark on this weekend's action in Singapore.
Vettel could wrap up the title this Sunday, he just needs to out-score Fernando Alonso by 13 points and Jenson Button and Mark Webber by eight.
And the German took a step towards doing just that on Friday night as he proved to be quickest on both the hard and soft option Pirelli tires.
Vettel finished FP2 0.201s up on Alonso while Hamilton, who finished ahead of Felipe Massa and Webber, was a further half a second off the pace.
The session saw a marked difference in times between F1's top three teams and the chasing filed with Michael Schumacher, who was sixth quickest, a full second slower than Webber's P1 time and over two adrift of Vettel.
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