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Ferrari & Red Bull lead the way (German GP practice two interactive data) 23rd July 2010, 16:32
Red Bull and Ferrari look very closely matched after the second practice session at the Hockenheimring – Sebastian Vettel described the red cars as “extremely competitive”. But question marks remain over McLaren’s pace following a disrupted session, with the team yet to decide whether they will run their new exhaust-blown diffuser during the rest of [...]
Rainy weather greeted the teams as practice began at the Hockenheimring today. There’s a lot of soggy-looking cars and drivers in this selection of pictures from today’s practice. Plus some new logos on the Red Bulls and yet another new helmet for Sebastian Vettel.
Fernando Alonso topped a largely dry second practice session at the Hockenheimring, setting a best lap of 1’16.265 in his Ferrari. Second fastest was Sebstian Vettel and their team mates were third and fourth fastest.
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There’s little that can be read into this morning’s wet practice session at the Hockenheimring. If nothing else, the session gave us a chance to see how the different drivers copes with the challenging conditions and what kind of choices they would face in a rain-hit qualifying or race.
Adrian Sutil set the fastest time in a rain-hit first practice session at the Hockenheimring. But McLaren’s hopes of gaining more useful information about their exhaust-blown diffuser were dashed when Lewis Hamilton crashed having done just eight laps.
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Practice for the German Grand Prix starts today so make sure you join us for the live blogs and remember to post your predictions. Here’s today’s round-up: Links German Grand Prix Thursday press conference (FIA) Not the most exciting affair from the looks of it. Red Bull: Driver parity best solution (Autrosport) Christian Horner: “If [...]