The championship-leading trio of Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel and Rubens Barrichello have taken the top three spots on the grid for tomorrow’s Spanish Grand Prix. But keep an eye on the man in fourth: Felipe Massa in the newly-upgraded Ferrari could use his KERS to disrupt the leaders at the start. Here’s a look at … Continue reading Button and Vettel will watch their mirrors for Massa (Spanish GP start analysis)
Fernando Alonso is cheered to the rafters by the not-quite-as-massive-as-usual-but still-huge home crowd. Kimi Raikkonen’s session comes to an embarrassing early end. And Jenson Button grabs pole position in the dying moments of the session. Here’s collection of pictures of today’s qualifying action.
Jenson Button may be on pole position but he’ll have to pull away quickly at the start as four cars behind him on the grid are all carrying more fuel. Sebastian Vettel looks set to stop two laps later and Felipe Massa has around four more laps of fuel on board.
Jenson Button starts from pole position for the third time this year after a stunning last-gasp lap at the Circuit de Catalunya. Button bumped title rival Sebastian Vettel back to second place having begun his final effort with only two seconds to spare. Meanwhile it was another qualifying disaster for Ferrari as Kimi Raikkonen was … Continue reading Last-second lap puts Button on pole (Spanish Grand Prix qualifying)
1. Jenson Button, Brawn-Mercedes, 1’20.527 2. Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull-Renault, 1’20.660 3. Rubens Barrichello, Brawn-Mercedes, 1’20.762 4. Felipe Massa, Ferrari, 1’20.934 5. Mark Webber, Red Bull-Renault, 1’21.049 6. Timo Glock, Toyota, 1’21.247 7. Jarno Trulli, Toyota, 1’21.254 8. Fernando Alonso, Renault, 1’21.392 9. Nico Rosberg, Williams-Toyota, 1’22.558 10. Robert Kubica, BMW, 1’22.685 11. Kazuki Nakajima, … Continue reading Spanish Grand Prix grid
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