F1 » Korean Grand Prix, Yeongam - Qualifying times

Sebastian Vettel heads Red Bull 1-2 in first-ever Korean qualifying session, edging team-mate Mark Webber by 0.07secs.

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Unknown - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 11:30 AM

Jenson is in perfect position to win tommorrow as RedBulls will crash taking alonso with them. And Lewis will blow his engine massa is too easy to overtake for jenson. Soon Button will be crowned World champ

Alan D - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 2:00 PM

George: "Over 4 tenths behind his team mate again"

Another broken record from the people who are desperate to see Schumacher out of F1.

So why isn't it the nail in Button's coffin who is and even worse position of seven tenths behind Hamilton, or Massa who is eight tenths behind Alonso? Don't you think you should really be focussing on the fact that Rosberg has managed to out-qualify a Mclaren, a Ferrari, and a Renault, all with more experienced drivers, all with arguably better cars.

Don't you think that rather than saying it is Schumacher who is slow, that actually it might be Rosberg who is driving out of his skin? And don't you also think that Rosberg might have raised his game in qualifying because he desperately doesn't want to be beaten by the oldest driver on the grid.

LAH - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 4:36 PM

it's the dirty/no rubber side for you mark. yikes!
surely fred will get him at the start.
i'm starting to like quali more than the races...

Racy - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 9:33 PM

Boys those Bulls are strong. If they play nice could well come in 1-2. FA is not going to wreck out early but I do look for him to push early instead of middle race. Will see I suppose. Could not get the quallys except at 1am so watched net coverage later. 1:30 am for the race tommorrow? Give us Americans a break and make it a night race please BE. I'll watch the repeat at 3:30pm unless football is better. See ya and have a good evening...

LAH - Unregistered

October 23, 2010 9:55 PM

judging by the total posts concerning the korean gp, it's shocking how little intrest there seems to be in this event.
possibly down to a ridiculus design for a grand prix circut?
pit-in is deadly!
after i rear-end a limping car trying to make it into the pits, i careen across to the left and into a wall!
who thought this crap up?

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