F1 » Malaysian Grand Prix, Sepang - Qualifying times

Sebastian Vettel does it again and claims pole position for the Malaysian GP - the second round of the F1 2011 World Championship.

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Firestorm - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 12:16 PM

If you compare to the qualifying in Melbourne,it seems that Hamilton,Webber,Button and Alonso have stolen at least a half second to Vettel.But he is still on pole so only little things changes.The race will be interesing because McLaren seems very much on pace but we will see which team is more constant in their lap times.In Melbourne Ferrari seemed stronger in race pace than in qualifying so I guess that Alonso has a slim chance to get a podium finish.But if tomorrow rains is difficult to predict which driver will win the race,so prepare for an exciting race.

nosense - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 1:14 PM

Where are all of the naysayers!!!

LOL...I laughting at your ass face: The only and BIG surprise is to see Liuzzi´s HRT 0.5 tenths behind the two VIRGIN´s...with a car that HAD to be 2 seconds slower.

Great job by that BRAVE HRT team with actually the very same Dallara crappy tub of last year. What if they have had the funds to buy the wasteful TF110 F1 car???

Nosense strikes again.

that guy - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 3:50 PM

Thanks to the 107% rule for safety reasons. The back markers are still so very off the pace, if more than 107% was allowed, you could enter the race in a Porsche.

kranalif - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 4:29 PM

I hope I am not the only one seeing this, But there is a 2 second gap between #1 and #9 times and 4 seconds gap to the williams. This is too uneven, but I will wait until the race and see what it comes down to. In any case, I hope that the idiots of the FOM and FIA get the message and stop playing around with the rules in a yearly fashion

Zz - Unregistered

April 09, 2011 8:33 PM

I hope that if it DOES rain, that it turns out to be to the Saubers' advantage, to make up for the disappointment of their disqualification last time out, and that, in particular, it gives Perez an opportunity to shine again.

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