F1 » Turkish Grand Prix, Istanbul - Saturday free practice


Sebastian Vettel shows no effects of missing Friday practice by topping Saturday morning's timesheet in Turkey.

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Drymaster - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 10:31 AM

Bouncing back in style!

And about the douche who harped on Seb's racecraft, in Australia he made a vital pass on Button on the OUTSIDE of turn 4 (crazy) and in Malaysia also a very important pass on Massa to keep ahead of Hamilton. His defence against Hamilton in China was the best defence I saw in that race.

One thing the douche is right though. Seb hasn't made that many moves. Wonder why? He's been on pole for 6 of the last 7 races! He would be a worse racer if he shouldve been forced to make more moves from that position.

Firestorm - Unregistered

May 07, 2011 11:03 AM

Happy to see Schumacher fighting in front.But is only FP3 and I am sure that the Bulls and McLarens will give something better in qualifying.Ferrari seemed off pace as Renault seemed too.Alonso had some troubles with his gearbox so I except something better from him and Massa later.It will be an interesing qualifying with not only Red Bull and Mclaren but now with Mercedes too fighting for the first row on the grid.We have to see in the strategies as we saw in China.Is more important to preserve the tyres and use them in race,which Hamilton did it last race.

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