2011 Japanese Grand Prix qualifying pictures

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Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.

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13 comments on 2011 Japanese Grand Prix qualifying pictures

  1. mcmercslr (@mcmercslr) said on 8th October 2011, 14:35

    I love the way you organise the pictures into groups of 3 from the same team now Keith. makes it much easier to find the picture i want for my desktop background :)

  2. Fer no.65 (@fer-no65) said on 8th October 2011, 14:39

    Why “welcome back” ? :S

  3. Krizz said on 8th October 2011, 15:16

    Thanks for the nice pics. Now it’s just a matter of choosing the nicest for my desktop wallpaper.

  4. silencer (@silencer) said on 8th October 2011, 16:36

    why is that after I’ve clicked on the thumbnail, there’s only “leave a reply” form appear and not the full photo of thumbnail that I’ve clicked?

  5. Fer no.65 (@fer-no65) said on 8th October 2011, 18:59

    an odd message: “VAMOS BABER” in the Barrichello fan’s t-shirt. Go Baber?!?

    • “VAMOS BEBER” is the Portgues, and means “Let’s drink!” in English.
      I’m in this photo.
      The guy with the bottle is me!!
      Last weekend was very fantastic!!

      • JPedroCQF1 (@joao-pedro-cq) said on 12th October 2011, 0:27

        So an F1Fanatic appearing on F1F’s Japanese GP qualifying pictures!?

        By the way, it’s portuguese, not portgues. Sorry for correcting baut, as a (not so much) proud portuguese I wan’t people to write it right.

      • BasCB (@bascb) said on 12th October 2011, 8:20

        Nice to see you are having a great time!

        Shirt from an earlier Brazillian GP?

  6. Fixy (@fixy) said on 10th October 2011, 20:56

    I never understood and never will understand the “Italian” tyre walls. Well, I like them, especially in Ferrari pictures.

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