F1 » Turkish Grand Prix - Friday free practice (1).


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f1 fan - Unregistered

June 05, 2009 11:09 AM

what rubbish its a measure of nothing. Friday should be used to get a good race set up, thats why the drivers that win on the Sunday are rairly quickest in free pratice.

Cubikrube - Unregistered

June 05, 2009 11:26 AM

Yeah Nico is king of Free practice but everyone who knows anything knows this means nothing. I will happily eat my words if Nico translates this into a win on Sunday.
What the hell was that comment sposed to mean Sharp? I take it that it was an anti-comment? If so quite a random one and probably sums you up as an individual quite nicely
It's Friday! Woohooo the weekend is almost upon and no work for a couple of days. Let's just be happy with that huh? :)

cris - Unregistered

June 05, 2009 12:23 PM

Its just common sense that Friday free practice is not a measurement for Sunday, specially with the Brawns, They are usually slow on friday to get good setup. You dont get points on being fastest in free practice. Just look at lewis being second when all say that Mclaren will be crap at Turkey, unless they have magically improved their car. FP3 is more accurate as a measurement.

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