F1 » Australian Grand Prix - Friday free practice (combined)

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MacD - Unregistered

March 27, 2009 8:19 AM

It's interesting to see that, with teh exception of Torro Rosso, all teams using an engine supply deal are ahead of their "Works" compatriots.
The Toyota powered Williams ahead of the official Toyota team
Both Brawn and Force India ahead of McLaren Mercedes
Red Bull Renault ahead of the official Renault.

I'm not sure if comments like this are allowed on this forum though, as it appeards to be a forum for a few to vent some baseless opinions and tirades at their fellow posters, rather than commenting on the racing.
Having said that, Berniw is fair game :p

ned - Unregistered

March 27, 2009 8:20 AM

How refreshing to see someone other than Ferrari or McLaren at the top.. Fingers crossed that Stivla Sunny isn't right (i don't think he is...) Could be a long year for the Hamilton Fans.. Go Jenson

jimbo Allsop - Unregistered

March 27, 2009 8:27 AM

Well done to all those who stuck to their guns like myself who knew that they wernt sandbaggin....well done to Williams....Well done to webber....well done to sutil...and of course brawn.

Macleren wont get in top ten (qualifying)...i reckon 11 and 12th...What do you peeps reckon???

kimbo - Unregistered

March 27, 2009 9:23 AM

As much as I was pleased that Lewis won the title last year (would have been happy for Massa to win also) I cant see either of them getting it all their own way this year. Good luck to Williams and especially Brawn being to of the not so well funded teams.

Simon H - Unregistered

March 27, 2009 9:26 AM

Or as Ross B said on 5 live " you cant tell with friday practice because of fuel loads " so all of this chat is rather pointless , listen to the man ........

Munro Gow

March 27, 2009 10:18 AM

I know its very early doors but aint it brilliant to see engineering top the timesheets rather than the moneybags?? Hopefully we see this throughout the season and the bigger boys playing catch up

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