F1 » Malaysian Grand Prix, Sepang - Friday free practice (2)


Mark Webber keeps Red Bull on top of times in Malaysian GP practice, but gap to McLaren closes.

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Matt - Unregistered

April 08, 2011 9:12 AM

SO Sutil does both practice sessions, PDR does just the second one and goes quicker - get in.

Nice to see the Mclarens up there with the Red-Bulls hopefully there is no sand bagging so we actually get a race.

Pjerrot - Unregistered

April 08, 2011 9:34 AM

Strange result: 2. drivers all ahead..:
web faster than vet
mas ft alo
but ft ham
shu ft ros
heid ft petr
mald ft barr

Guess these times don't count for too much!

Firestorm - Unregistered

April 08, 2011 10:03 AM

Tomorrow we will see the real pace.Remember that in Australia the Bulls were behind the McLarens in FFP2,but in qulifying they were quite ahead.As for Ferrari,they are testing a lot of things here.We will see tomorrow the benefits that those upgrades bring to their car.

Kiko - Unregistered

April 08, 2011 10:08 AM

Firestorm, you're correct that Red Bull were slower in Oz FP2, but this was because they didn't run a qualifying sim on the softer tyre - today they did about 40-50 minutes in.

The field actually MIGHT be closer... though I wouldn't bet on it!

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