F1 » Belgian Grand Prix, Spa - Friday free practice (1)


Michael Schumacher heads Mercedes 1-2 in opening practice at Spa, as rain prevents a challenge from anyone else.

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Zero - Unregistered

August 26, 2011 11:22 AM

Go Jenson! Best of the championship contenders! I think Mclaren are going to have a good race, assuming Jenson doesn't get taken out by somebody else like the last two years.

Also, I take a great deal of satisfaction from seeing the Renaults at the back, with Senna being beaten by Chadhok (again)! Long may they stay there...

Nick636

August 26, 2011 11:35 AM

Um, yeah, Zero, happy you said something first.

SOOOO Happy to see Button fastest of the front runners.
GO JENSON!

We just need to see the other contenders step up and put some space between Vettel and the front! Can't have only one person beating him every race.

As for Renault... HAHAHAHAHA. YEAH, NICK WAS THE PROBLEM, AH HA, NOT!!!!

Artov

August 26, 2011 11:37 AM

(edited) Zero, thank goodness for a sensible comment. Yes JB fastest where all cars running in the same conditions. Probably one of the latest runs on a drying track, but a significant improvement in a short space of time.

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