Charles Leclerc put Ferrari as a leader on Saturday in the final practice session of the Singapore Grand Prix with the fastest lap of the day.
The Monegasque driver, who advances at a steady pace after scoring successive victories in Belgium and Italy, completed the lap in one minute and 38.192 seconds as the sunset on the Marina Bay circuit.
The weather was good enough to put him 0.207 seconds behind Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton, who came second with Mercedes.
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The Brit, who leads team-mate Valtteri Bottas by 63 points in the overall standings and was the fastest on Friday, turned as he came out of the pits.
He was then forced to give up his initial attempt at a fast lap by positioning himself behind slower cars.
Valtteri Bottas, who crashed during the practice opening session on Friday, placed fourth and Alexander Albon was fifth with Red Bull.