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Sebastian Vettel leads a Red Bull Racing rout of FP2 under the spotlights of Singapore - as F1 2010 title rival Fernando Alonso embarrassingly ends his session with a stall...

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rob01

September 24, 2010 4:32 PM

Did you read the report? The Red car is as SLOW as the MCL. Matter of fact Button is faster than your red car. You been in the hyspin already? Secondly another site is showing slow mo's of the red bull wing again.

107SS2009

September 24, 2010 4:45 PM

So there we have it, they can scream some more about the front wing.
But don't forget the bulls and reds are passed legal at least for this weekend so at least for this weekend any screams will be just donkey brays.
Alonso was as good as Vettel or the nearest to him.

Taz

September 24, 2010 4:45 PM

The Red Bull's have outright pace on low fuel but they are very close on full fuel, sunny's statement doesn't make sense. Watched both practice sessions.

Surely david croft should be the next F1 commentator not Charlie "that's shot the fox" Cox.

Can we stop harping on about the wings, they all pass the new tests, just enjoy what is going to be a pretty close GP :rolleyes:

Wouldn't bet against Teflonso despite his hiccup either.

107SS2009

September 24, 2010 5:00 PM

I too happen to think that TAZ post doesn't make sense.
I too watched both practice seasons and to me it looked like FA was the only man who looked capable of threatening SV, he even beat the bulls first sector time and was quick in sector two as well.

rob01

September 24, 2010 5:05 PM

FA flew off the track after sector two. Sure your going to have a faster sector two if you can't make sector three and don't use the track. He gave up after that sector. No sense in bringing up who LOOKED fast at this point. Also, most of the runs were bottle necked runs. Traffic everywhere.

richard

September 24, 2010 6:11 PM

taz. sure, the wings all passed the tests, just as they did in previous tests. it was at the instigation of mclaren, that new tests were introduced. oddly, mclaren had to work to make their wing and floors comply, and newey even wanted stiffer tests! funny how mclaren wanted to stifle bulls innovations, yet other teams , as well as bulls, did not try and ban mclarens f-duct, but went ahead and produced their own.

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