Sebastian Vettel has the best possible starting position for the Chinese Grand Prix. But with his team mate out for revenge, a string of quick rivals behind him and rain threatening, he may not have things all his own way in the race.
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Red Bull used a special device to extract extra performance from their RB6 in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix. He’s called Sebastian Vettel, and he’ll start from pole position for the third time this year in tomorrow’s race.
Row 1 1. Sebastian Vettel 1’34.558Red Bull-Renault 2. Mark Webber 1’34.806Red Bull-Renault Row 2 3. Fernando Alonso 1’34.913Ferrari 4. Nico Rosberg 1’34.923Mercedes Row 3 5. Jenson Button 1’34.979McLaren-Mercedes 6. Lewis Hamilton 1’35.034McLaren-Mercedes Row 4 7. Felipe Massa 1’35.180Ferrari 8. Robert Kubica 1’35.364Renault Row 5 9. Michael Schumacher 1’35.646Mercedes 10. Adrian Sutil 1’35.963Force India-Mercedes Row 6 … Continue reading 2010 Chinese Grand Prix grid
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Mark Webber usurped McLaren at the top of the times sheets in final practice for the Chinese Grand Prix. But his best lap of 1’35.323 in third practice today fell short of beating Lewis Hamilton’s best time of 1’35.217 around the Shanghai circuit yesterday.
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Join us for live commenting during Chinese Grand Prix final practice and qualifying coming up soon. Here’s today’s round-up: Links FIA-GT1 2010 at Abu Dhabi Massive Crash for Natacha Gachnang (YouTube) Sebastien Buemi’s cousin Natacha Gachnang had a surprisingly similar crash to his in practice for the inaugural GT1 race at Abu Dhabi yesterday. Gachnang … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 17/4/2010