Red Bull's Mark Webber blasted Lewis Hamilton's "mind games" after leading practice at the Japanese Grand Prix Friday, while Formula One great Michael Schumacher crashed heavily one day after announcing his retirement.
Red Bull-Renault driver Mark Webber of Australia takes the hairpin turn during the second practice session of the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka circuit on October 5. Webber swept to the quickest practice time but shrugged off Lewis Hamilton's predictions the team would dominate as mere "mind games".
At the Suzuka circuit, Webber, 35, timed two-tenths of a second quicker than Hamilton, who later suggested Red Bull were the team to beat.
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