Sebastian Vettel was again quickest in second practice session for the Indian GP with a best time of 1m26.221s, ahead of Red Bull teammate Mark Webber.
Fernando Alonso was third for Ferrari, but almost six-tenths of a second down on Vettel.
Nico Rosberg was fourth for Mercedes with Lotus' Kimi Raikkonen in fifth spot.
Lewis Hamilton ended up sixth for McLaren, just ahead of teammate Jenson Button, with Nico Hulkenberg in eighth for Force India.
Car 1, Sebastian Vettel “Friday’s are always difficult with so many things changing. The track improvement was quite big today, it was dusty to start and improved lap by lap, so I wouldn’t be surprised if tomorrow the order is different, but we’ve had worse Fridays, so I am happy. We need to keep working and improve a little bit overnight.”
Car 2, Mark Webber “That went pretty well. I had a lock-up in Turn 1, which I could have done without, but it wasn't the end of the world. We got on with the important stuff, which is understanding the soft tire on short and long runs. We'll have a look where we can improve the car, you can always improve. The team is incredibly motivated and the drivers also.”
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