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Sebastian Vettel puts Red Bull Racing top in second practice in Montreal to restore 'normal' service.

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spaghettieddie

June 11, 2010 8:53 PM
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HMMMMM......Keep it up! Tomorrow and sunday is when it counts!

@Robo1 Do the dance "YOU WON" :)I am surprised I thought for sure they would have it. Must have made some adjustments in the gearbox on 5 and 6th. Dont know. Thanks for taking the bet though, I love that stuff. :p :)

California Kid - Unregistered

June 11, 2010 9:11 PM

It seems from what I've read, long distance pace is where it will be at as ALL drivers were reporting MASSIVE graining. Only Ferrari, Mclaren, and Mercedes were able to control it somewhat.

It was reported that Vettel didn't look overly enthusiastic when he got out of the car. I think the RBR6 has the worst graining problems of them all.

richard

June 11, 2010 9:22 PM

the mclaren seemed to be the worst affected with even button complaining. i guess that the top 10 tomorrow , who will be starting on softs, will be praying for an early safety car. ferrari look good on the hards.

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