F1 » German GP, Hockenheim - Friday free practice (combined)


Fernando Alonso and Ferrari end day one of German GP on top of times as Hockenheim provides wet-dry challenge.

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rbr46

July 23, 2010 3:04 PM

Hamilton was quick considering the limited time he had. What was noticable was that he lost a lot of time in the last sector. The red bulls were taking it easy as usual on a friday. Heres hoping for a dry race.

eejit - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 3:06 PM

I think hamilton was using the hard tyre when he set his times? I'm not sure though

Jenson set his times early in the session when the track wasn't in as good condition and he was competitive with FA & MW's laptimes at that time, later in the session he did a 15 lap run on used hard tyres so thats why he didnt post a fast time at the end.

Commodore S - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 3:28 PM

Hey Ed better than having you hands down your pants with all that adrenalin pumping ay.

Yeah I know "Funny Man"

Bit of a mixed bag this Friday.

Hopefully RBR are just playing with Ferrari

Hows the family mate. Hope all is well

That thing I eluded to the other day was under a different topic and slurred your upcoming D in Aug

sarah - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 3:28 PM

Eddie,Richard, i just want to tell you and you others that are registered that i have tried to register but i just keep getting stuck on it,so i hope you all realise that i am genuine even though i can"t register.

spaghettieddie

July 23, 2010 3:33 PM

@Commodore, Hahahah. Thats the prediction aye? Dont think so. Anyways all is well, thanks and hope the same for you and yours. I watched Australin Super V8 last weekend. GREAT RACING!!! First time I had ever really sat an watched a whole race. Way better then Nascar IMO.

@Sarah, No worries sweetie, bet Richard can help you figure it out.

PS Sorry off topic :rolleyes:

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