F1 » Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo - Saturday free practice

Ferrari takes 1-3 in final hour of a Monaco practice session blighted by two heavy accidents.

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May 28, 2011 11:29 AM
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great start to the weekend!!! merc have a lot to do to get rosbergs car back together. it could of bee close!n much worse he was soooo close to hitting the barrier head on!

would of been nice to see redbulls on super softs, its gona be very close

Firestorm - Unregistered

May 28, 2011 11:35 AM

It seems that here the aerodynamic's trucks of Adrian Newey didn't work properly and Ferrari superior mechanical side is giving them for the first time this season the power to defend their great name.I hope that Alonso wins tomorrow with Hamilton and Massa completing the podium and Vettel retired.Is the only hope to teopen the championship.Even so I am pesimistic,because nothing will stop Vettel clinching this title.Red Bull won here last year and they are unreachable in qualifying so we must have some surprises some hours later.Only Alonso's talent maybe will give us the first no-Red Bull pole of this season.Can't wait for qualifying.

cris - Unregistered

May 28, 2011 11:37 AM

Many regarded Monaco as the real drivers track that a good driver can shine even on a not so good of a car.. so it just proves that Fernando is really something.. nobody can say that its the car.. cause its a fact that Ferrari not that good this year.. so beating Redbull and Mclaren, that really is something. It maybe just practice, but its something worth admiring.


May 28, 2011 12:11 PM

Cris - "nobody can say that its the car"

Er, yes I can. How else do you explain Massa in third?

Sure the car is a dog compared to the Red Bulls on aero tracks, but here it demonstrates that mechanically it ain't too bad at all.

Firefly - Unregistered

May 28, 2011 12:30 PM

It was always clear that the Ferrari is mechanically not a bad car, it just lacks in the aero department. That's why it did well in Turkey but sucked in Spain.

Once they get the aero sorted, I think they can at least challenge McLaren for second places.

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