2010 September 24 archive
100 pictures from Singapore GP practice 24th September 2010, 21:45
Sunset and a splash of rain made for some dramatic pictures as practice got under way at Singapore. See below for a selection of photographs from the track today including some of the upgrades teams have brought this weekend including McLaren’s new front wing.
The key question after second practice is how close would Fernando Alonso have been to the two Red Bulls if he hadn’t gone off during his first lap on super-soft tyres? Combining their best sector times from the session shows there would have been very little in it.
Singapore Grand Prix practicein pictures Lewis Hamilton says the changes made to the kerbs at the Singapore Sling chicane have made the corner worse than before: I think the changes made to the track have made it worse ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ and the chicane is now very tricky. You approach it at 170mph ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ and if something […]
Only Sebastian Vettel’s team mate could get within one second of him in second practice for the Singapore Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso looked able to give Vettel a run for his money and went fastest of all through the first sector. But his session came to an early end a few corners later when he […]
Who will come out on top in the Singapore Grand Prix? We’ve got Lotus DVD boxsets and F1 T-shirts to be won this weekend so make your prediction below now. There’s tickets to the 2011 British Grand Prix, F1 paintings and Autocourse annuals to be won by this year’s overall Predictions Championship winners.
Mark Webber may have set the fastest lap in first practice in Singapore but team mate Sebastian Vettel set the three fastest sectors during the session. The wet track gave few clues as to who is quicker this weekend but the Red Bull duo’s appearance at the top of the time sheets came as no […]
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Sebastian Vettel has indulged his fondness for swapping helmet designs again. For Singapore he’s brought a sparkling, reflective design which looks particularly impressive under the lights at the night race: 2010 Singapore Grand Prix Browse all 2010 Singapore Grand Prix articles Images ?ι?® Red Bull/Getty images
Championship leader Mark Webber was fastest in first practice at Singapore. The session started on a wet track and the championship contenders avoided the first hour of running as the track dried out, waiting until the later stages to set their first flying laps.
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