After missing out on the fastest time during FP1, Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time of the day in the afternoon, lapping around Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in 1:16.118, nearly 2 tenths faster than his team mate Nico Rosberg.
Vettel was again well in the mix, now just 3 tenths off the second Mercedes car. In the standings he is followed by Raikkonen and Alonso, ahead of the Williams and the McLaren drivers.
Red Bull's recent leading driver, Daniel Ricciardo meanwhile was unable to get the best out of his option tyres and ended up in 12th, a full second adrift of his teammate. The Australian was also handed a reprimand following a pit lane incident in the opening session.
For Daniil Kvyat and Jules Bianchi the session also didn't end as it should have with both men suffering technical issues on their cars and completing just a handful oflaps. Caterham's Markus Ericsson ended the session even earlier when he went straight at turn 3, around 30 minutes into the session.
|1.||L. Hamilton||Mercedes AMG||01:16.118||42|
|2.||N. Rosberg||Mercedes AMG||01:16.293||39|
|3.||S. Vettel||Red Bull Racing||01:16.573||26|
|10.||J. Vergne||Toro Rosso||01:17.180||40|
|11.||R. Grosjean||Lotus F1||01:17.626||28|
|12.||D. Ricciardo||Red Bull Racing||01:17.644||36|
|13.||N. Hulkenberg||Force India||01:17.712||35|
|14.||S. Perez||Force India||01:17.819||33|
|15.||P. Maldonado||Lotus F1||01:17.868||27|
|19.||D. Kvyat||Toro Rosso||01:18.732||9|