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Fernando Alonso puts Ferrari on top of F1 times as teams stretch legs for first time in Bahrain.

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FreeJohnson - Unregistered

March 13, 2010 9:28 AM

Im deeply impressed by Rosberg,

Just getting my jeans on to go down the bookies and have a little flutter on the guy!
Actually, I think i will just do it on tinternet.....

Over one lap at Bahrain, Rosberg has schumi's number......I hope we can see Rosberg challenge the Ferrari's

trigger - Unregistered

March 13, 2010 9:33 AM

Dalara said that their F1 car is 2sec faster than GP2 car, but maybe they have forgotten to admint that it means for the whole road course:-) so 3sec advantage of Senna over Fillipi is great achievement. But still :not the worst entry ever, hope Chandhok will appear on Q and does not mess it all up for top drivers

findone - Unregistered

March 13, 2010 10:21 AM

"HRT really picking up the pace, at this rate they will only be lapped 4 times during the race."
Blah, this is a business, it means the ads on HRT will be on TV at least the 4 times they are passed by the leader :D

USFA - Unregistered

March 13, 2010 11:07 AM

There is no 107% cut off. Read the article - they dropped it when single lap qualifying was introduced. Unless there's a major accident, or Ferrari lose a race because a backmarker gets in the way on the last lap, they won't invoke the safety justification. That's the only way it can be introduced this season without all the teams consenting, and obviously they won't vote to exclude themselves.

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