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Sebastian Vettel produces 'untouchable' lap to claim pole position for the Italian Grand Prix and extend Red Bull's pole run to 13 races in 2011.

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cassyo

September 10, 2011 2:39 PM

If this pole is achieved with a topspeed almost 20km/h slower than the peak and this occured at such a track as Monza is, then it looks like a kind of magic spirit driven car.

Taipan

September 10, 2011 3:38 PM

Great lap from Seb, the McLaren boys looked rather puzzled sat next to him at the interview.

But dark forces are gathering! Dodgy Ron and Fat Flav in the paddock, cue the skullduggery!

FiatBater - Unregistered

September 10, 2011 4:26 PM

Twice in the same day I agree with Taipan - I am deffo going to see that doc on Monday.
That Eddie chap could bore for Ireland - the mute button on my handset is wearing out cos of him.

fastlane66 - Unregistered

September 10, 2011 5:08 PM

I have no doubt tomorrow race will be Red Bull 1, 2 finishes and follow by McLaren cars. Ferrari and Alonso need a lot of luck to be on podium this year.
DRS will give more advantage to Mercedes engine customer cars than Ferrari engine customer's cars. Monza track is like a 4 divided drag racing tracks and top speed car will take all. I always feel like watching Indy 500 race rather than F1 when I watch F1 race in Monza.

Ian - Unregistered

September 10, 2011 5:18 PM

Been reading this for a while without commenting.Can't understand the vitriol against some drivers!
Vettel is pure class,and it will take a miracle to stop him winning his third consecutive title,never mind his second.

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