Suzuka was grey and murky yesterday, but today two sessions were held in bright sunshine, showing off the track at its best. Here’s a collection of pictures from qualifying earlier today.
Sebastian Vettel should be able to pit one lap later than Jarno Trulli and Lewis Hamilton at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix. But will he be able to keep Hamilton behind at the start of the race? Here are the fuel weights in full.
Five drivers have been been moved down the grid for the Japanese Grand Prix. They are Jenson Button, Rubens Barrichello, Adrian Sutil, Sebastien Buemi and Fernando Alonso. However because of the large number of drivers that got penalties, some of them will not lose a full five places. See the Japanese Grand Prix grid.
Qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka was red-flagged three times for three different accidents. Jaime Alguersuari put his Toro Rosso in the barriers at Degner eight minutes into Q2. Then, four minutes after the session had resumed, Timo Glock crashed his Toyota at the final turn. In Q3 it was Heikki Kovalainen’s turn … Continue reading Crashes for Alguersuari, Glock and Kovalainen halt Japan qualifying (Video)
Sebastian Vettel is on pole position for the fourth time this season after leading the field in a chaotic qualifying session at Suzuka. Three crashes forced the session to be stopped at different points, including a particularly worrying accident for Timo Glock. And Brawn duo Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello could face penalties after improving … Continue reading Sebastian Vettel takes pole in crash-hit session (Japanese Grand Prix qualifying)
Full grid and starting order for the 2009 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka including any grid penalties that have been applied.
After the Renault scandal it seems several people in F1 are trying to look whiter-than-white. First Ferrari say they’ll give their drivers equals status next year, now Jenson Button is talking about how he won’t copy Schumacher’s tactics of 1994 and 1997: Jenson Button: I’d never cheat to win title (The Sun) "That was Schumacher. … Continue reading F1 links: Button ‘won’t cheat like Schumacher’
Review the Japanese Grand Prix qualifying live blog below.
Review the Japanese Grand Prix practice 3 live blog below.