F1 » Hungarian GP, Hungaroring – Qualifying times


Sebastian Vettel scorches to pole position in Red Bull 1-2 at Hungaroring.

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Nanbawan - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 3:21 PM

Renault gains some Vitaly-tee...

Sorry :p

He's been doing a good job really even if he failed to convert that in points which Renault desperately needs.

If a top driver like Kimi comes the diamond brand F1 team it'll be hard for him to stay but he definitely deserves a drive in F1 for a few seasons.

Nanbawan - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 3:29 PM

I wonder what will be the pace differential for the race. Red bull definitely holds the edge but some of the features used in qualy like the system that prevents variation in exhaust pressure can't be used in the GP because of the strain on the engine is too high.

Newey really exploits everything to the extreme and the so called power deficit of the Renault engine is definitely outbalanced by its qualities like thermal exchanges efficiency, integration and structural strength and of course driveability. This combined to the aero features of the RB6 completely slaughtered the field today on a track like Hungaroring !!

michaelE - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 3:47 PM

I would love to see Hamilton drive a Redbull for a qualifying lap! That would really be interesting! This Mclaren is just not cutting it! Again I ask, where's Ron??!!

:p

Nanbawan - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 3:49 PM

TBH Ed, I don't know how much time you would gain on a single qualy lap out of that, but that's another plus ! :p

Renault doesn't nearly pay me enough to be their lawyers along these comment sections ! :D

Nah, it's more the flawed logic of "just put a Merc and your car will fly" that annoys me...That said in Spa and Monza, we might see the Force Indias coming back.

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