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Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber keep Red Bull on top in second practice at Suzuka

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October 08, 2010 10:25 AM

Hamilton will bounce back, he's riding the ragged edge, which is a good sign for him. Not so much the crashing bit, but his willingness to take the risk is good.
Vettel is riding the limit too. Look to him to go cross country in qualifying.
Webber will keep it smooth. He may not get a pole, but he'll get decent points.
Kubica is the wild card. He's had a brilliant season in a second tier car, and will give Alonso a headache.
Button doesn't have the crazy "balls-to-the-wall" style that is needed at Suzuka, though he will finish with enough points to stay in the hunt (barely)
If Vettel crashes out, Webber is home and hosed for the WDC.


October 08, 2010 10:33 AM

rbr. it is only practice!. if you look at laps completed, lulu only did 8 compared to vettels 32. so i guess that mclaren were still repairing lulus car, and he just did a couple of laps to ensure that everything was ok. so, although i am not enamoured with him, i think that he will be a lot closer tomorrow. but i believe that the bulls will have the edge. they dont seem to be too worried about their engines.

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