Canadian GP qualifying in pictures

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Fernando Alonso powers out of the second chicane during qualifying
Fernando Alonso powers out of the second chicane during qualifying

A very close qualifying session in Canada produced the first non-Red Bull pole sitter of 2010. Review the session in pictures below.

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Images (C) Ferrari spa, Renault/LAT, Bridgestone/Ercole Colombo,, Force India F1 Team, Lotus F1, BMW Sauber F1 Team

13 comments on “Canadian GP qualifying in pictures”

  1. no picture of hamilton pushing his car?

    1. Afraid not.

      1. or even any of him ‘surfing’ on his car? please!!!

        1. i guess there was no photographer on that part! couldn’t find any on the web too!

          1. If anyone manages to find pictures of Hamilton pushing his car could they please post a link.

  2. When did Ferrari remove the white box on there car? And better yet, where is the statement saying they absolutely didn’t remove it because it was an advertisement for Marlboro?:)

  3. You know, Ferrari’s removable of the Marborough bar code has made me think about the code it being gone even more. Witch makes me suspect the reason for removing it was to further imprint it’s subliminal message. Lol, consipracy obviously but still I enjoy it.

  4. Dear Ferrari/Philip Morris
    That looks soooo much better.

    1. Hear, hear!

      1. Yes, no more ugly white box!

  5. There’s ALWAYS a picture of every other car other than Williams….. and when there is a picture of Williams there’s only ever one.

  6. David Smith
    13th June 2010, 22:41

    I think ferrari should stop putting santander logos here there and everywhere on the car and put it on the airbox it would look heaps better.

  7. Will there be anymore pictures of quali added to this section like it says above? I sure hope so. Your pics are the best!

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