Hungarian GP: Vettel fastest in first practice
Sebastian Vettel recovers from a brake "anomaly" early on to lead a Red Bull one-two in first practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix, as Kimi Raikkonen sets the third-fastest time despite driving with wet feet.
The Finn, reportedly a target of Red Bull to replace Webber in 2014, said on his team radio that he had "water on his boots" following a minor fire in the airbox of his Lotus that had caused a spillage in his cockpit.
Mark Webber was second-fastest, with Raikkonen 0.287 seconds off Vettel's pace in third and fellow title contender Fernando Alonso's Ferrari a further 0.089 seconds adrift in fourth.
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