i would like to be so confident but........... right now the vettel-redbull duo is too strong....monaco was a nice race btw...
i watched also some laps of indianapolis500....man, that final turn was incredible!!!
this weekend will be the motor sport heaven, i just realized we have formula1, moto gp, indi car, ferrari challange, le mans 24h......but the weather looks so good that i will have to pick just the best events
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It is a shame that Webber was not allowed to challenge Vettel for 2nd although I can understand the reasoning as those two have bumped each other (sometimes ending a race for one) in the past.The real shame of the race came as Button didn't have a wheel nut on for his final pitstop. Alonso though, he just stormed away from Vettel with seeming ease. If Ferrari keeps up this pace, there will be a fantastic finish to the season.
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Here we go again, I hope someone has something for Red Bull this year. This is beginning to feel like I'm watching the Audi R-8,10,15 and 18 dominate Le Mans for a decade.
Michael is still here, and the top drivers all stayed with their teams. Renault is now Lotus, and former champion Kimi Raikkonen is back as Lotus team leader.
It's been hard being a Williams F1 fan, Patrick Head retired, Sam Michael is at McLaren and Sir Frank Williams stepped down from the Board. But the Cosworth power has been replaced (thank God!) by Renault, maybe we'll revisit the glory days of the old Williams Renault years.
Row 3 Red Bull
Mark Webber, 1m 25.651s, P5
Sebastian Vettel, 1m 25.668s, P6
Row 4 Mercedes
Nico Rosberg, 1m 25.686s, P7 Williams
Pastor Maldonado, 1m 25.908s, P8
Nico Hulkenberg, 1m 26.451s, P9
Daniel Ricciardo, No time, P10
Jean-Eric Vergne, 1m 26.429s, P11 Ferrari
Fernando Alonso, 1m 26.494s, P12
Kamui Kobayashi, 1m 26.590s, P13 Williams
Bruno Senna, 1m 26.663s, P14
Paul di Resta, 1m 27.086s, P15 Ferrari
Felipe Massa, 1m 27.497s, P16
Row 9 Lotus
Kimi Raikkonen, 1m 27.758s, P18, will start P17
Heikki Kovalainen, 1m 28.679s, P19, will start P18
Vitaly Petrov, 1m 29.018s, P20, will start P19
Timo Glock, 1m 30.923s, P21, will start P20
Charles Pic, 1m 31.670s, P22, will start P21
Sergio Perez, No time, P17, will start P22
Pedro de la Rosa, 1m 33.495s, P23
Narain Karthikeyan, 1m 33.643s, P24
Ought to be a great race, that first turn has a history. I'm surprised Ferrari is so far off the pace, and look at the Lotus 3rd, to bad Kimi Raikkonen screwed up his run, might have been a Lotus second row. Sergio Perez was dropped five places from 17th to 22 on the grid after the gearbox was changed on his Sauber, Kimi Raikkonen, Heikki Kovalainen, Vitaly Petrov, Timo Glock and Charles Pic all benefited from Perez’s drop down the order.
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