F1 » Malaysian Grand Prix, Sepang - Qualifying times

Red Bull Racing's Mark Webber comfortably claims pole position in Malaysia after opting to run on intermediate tyres.

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Raj - Unregistered

April 03, 2010 10:46 AM

Inspired move by Newey and the rest to put Mark on the intermediates...
Will be good to see the Mclarens and ferraris battle through the field..
if it rains then its going to be lottery..anyone could spring a surprise..
pretty disappointed about Michael..he needs to get his act together.

Barry Wilkinson

April 03, 2010 10:58 AM

lets just wait and see if the top ten are running in the dry with wet tyres at the start of the race remember they have to start the race with the same tyres as they qualified on so if it is dry then webber etc will have to start the race on wet tyres.

peteroli - Unregistered

April 03, 2010 11:02 AM

@ jimmy

Button spun off the track and the rules are if you stop out on track and you cant get back to the pits then you are not allowed to take part in the rest of quailfying

Well Webber and Rosberg are on inters and will be able to go 15 laps longer than the rest of the top ten on their full wets. They should get the gap they need to pit and get dry rubber and get back out in the lead maybe or at least top 5 even if its dry. BUT it will be a wet race I think :)

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