Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, Abu Dhabi, 2011

2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix qualifying in pictures

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Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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15 comments on “2011 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix qualifying in pictures”

  1. Seb has his finger on the Button.

  2. the blue mclaren overalls looking gorgeous. one of the best versions so far.

    1. sarcasm? O_o…

      1. Anyone else here reminded of the Mild Seven Renault colors?

        1. Reminded of Toro Rosso.

  3. Hi guys!. I’m not a regular on the site although I get all the feeds. Now it’s time to start: “What’s up with the hideous McLaren overalls lately?”

  4. The subtle moustache really transforms Jenson’s look. He’s every inch the English gentleman now (apart from the suit, obviously…).

  5. Actually if you squint from a mile away with one eye, Jenson almost looks like Nigel Mansell from a distance. Especially with the blue overalls looking like Nigel’s

  6. I Love The Pope
    13th November 2011, 4:44

    I LOVE those blue and gold overhauls!

    Jenson’s mustache is good, provided he grows that sucker huge and proud.

    1. If he’s taking part in Movember, it’s likely to be a dirty great handlebar mustache by the time we get to Brazil, one that will put Nigel Mansell’s lip ferret to shame.

  7. Keith, random thank-you message. You’re a marvel for getting these up so fast. You have to be the most reliable part of my year, and to always be able to read the updated before the race with my morning coffee, and look through all the pictures – really appreciate the time you put into this place.

  8. jenson joining on on movember :) so is john higgins in the snooker.

  9. Any chance of finding some more pictures of them coming out the pits (into the tunnel)

    1. Probably not – there’s nowhere for photographers to position themselves.

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