F1 » Champions fail to make Q2 cut

Jenson Button and Michael Schumacher both failed to make the cut in second qualifying at the Hungaroring.

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omgwtfbbq - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 2:06 PM

Red Bulls in front and Vettel on pole, no surprise there. Alonso and Massa order is no surprise either. Hamilton outperformed Button by a good margin(thou Jenson did a mistake on his last run in Q2 and ruined his chances to get into Q3). Rosberg on top of Schumi, again. Petrov outqualifyied his teammate, good boy, molodec :)!.
Gap between Red Bulls and others look scary tbh...

G-UNIT - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 2:07 PM

Michael Schumacher is still getting to grips with these new cars - I have a feeling he will perform much better next year! Jenson didn't have a great feeling with the car - the Mclaren looks too rigid and stiff... Redbull are so fluid, flexibe and it is so adaptable to almost every track! Michael you can still do it and Button I am sure your strategy will pay off as they always do! :)


July 31, 2010 2:20 PM

Please. Well you guys stop making excuses for Schumacher and come to the realization that he's getting his ass handed to him. HE'S OLD and his teammate is faster. Get over it and get used to it.

If it was anyone else getting beat as bad as him everyone would be calling for that rider to get fired.

Nicole Shitsinger - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 2:36 PM

Well said RawDawg. The fact is, Schumi's getting no closer to Rosberg as the season progresses. In Bahrain he qualified 2 places behind Nico, today 8 places. So it ain't about being rusty, getting used to the tyres etc. Schumi always adapted quickly and drove around problems brilliantly. There's something fundamentally wrong with him now, whether mental or physical, that's surely related to age.

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