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Vettel quickest at Japan GP as tragedy shocks drivers

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Runaway leader Sebastian Vettel timed quickest ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix Friday as Formula One reeled from the tragic death of a former reserve driver. 

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel in action during the first free practice session ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka, on October 11, 2013

Vettel avoided a rash of spins and crashes Friday to clock 1min 33.852secs in the afternoon session, 0.168 quicker than team-mate Mark Webber, in hot conditions.

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