F1 » Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka - Race results

Sebastian Vettel leads Red Bull 1-2 in Japanese GP, with Fernando Alonso best of the rest completing the podium for Ferrari.

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October 10, 2010 9:41 AM

mclaren seemed more like the second fastest car today, jenson button qualifying on soft tyres could have got alonso on the grid, giving him a shot at the podium, mclaren will say that they are happy with fourth and fifth after the weekend they have had, but i think they missed an oppertunity

James Montgomery

October 10, 2010 1:20 PM

Yes very refreshing to see schuy looking more competitive this weekend!

Wished Kubica's wheel didnt fall off, that ruined us from a good battle!

5 out by T2... fantastic attrition to liven up the race!

Massa and Petrov have to be my rejects of the race.... while Kamui Kamacazi has to be the hero!

Never have I seen such ballsy moves at the same corner!


October 10, 2010 6:12 PM

andrew, although i am not a schumi "hater", i will keep you happy. looking at the race objectively, schumi was only sixth due to the retiral of three who are normally ahead of him. but as i said on another thread, thats the luck of the draw. without the retirals, he would have been in his normal average place of ninth.
once nico got past him, schumi was matching him for a while and then fell back. at least they had a scrap, without team orders applying. ok, he ended up sixth, but this was not from sheer speed, which he still appears to be lacking, and as a bonus, he didnt block anyone today, or try to squeeze them off. so well done schumi.


October 10, 2010 7:00 PM

Can't knock Michael Schumacher on his duel with Nico.Good stuff!!
Driver of the day,though,was Kamui Kobayashi.Those moves to overtake were very good.Same corner every time.
Give the man a better car!Okay,he might flop,but at least it won't be boring.

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