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Sebastian Vettel does it again and claims his eleventh pole position of the season in Singapore.

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nath - Unregistered

September 24, 2011 4:30 PM

Alonso could have had 2nd if he didnt wobble all over the track at the end:( ohwell lets hope its a fun race tomorrow!!

PS. COME ON SCHUMACHER

varmint - Unregistered

September 24, 2011 5:03 PM

Vettel apparently unstoppable, Webber rear gunner, Button adds a bit of oomph to qualifying form, Hamilton adds impetuosity - again (what was that about with Massain Q3?) Alonso not quite where he wants to be on the grid. Schumacher looking to pounce.
Could be an interesting tangle at the start.

blzbub

September 24, 2011 5:31 PM

Just over three tenths clear and could have gone faster even though Vettel aborted his final run. Webber thinks his car will be better in the race (no 'hill start' would help his cause). Jenson Button feels that both his laps in q3 were good. Lewis Hamilton, well the quiet timid little boy we saw after Monza has gone, we have the 'mad, bad and dangerous to know' Lewis back (at the request of Martin Whitmarsh) this week ahead of the two Ferrari's. Do the barriers look closer together when Lewis is on the road?

richard

September 24, 2011 5:44 PM
Last Edited 937 days ago

it is interesting to see that button was using an entirely different front end, to lulu. even the brakes were different. must really foul up their sponsorship deals! but i admit that i am puzzled by it. so who is it that is getting preference?

i didnt see the reason for lulu not having a second run, and thought that it was just the usual foul-up from mclaren, not watching the clock. i see mention of not being able to get fuel into the car. if that is so, seeing they cant work in parc ferme, how are they going to fuel the car tomorrow?

did anybody see lulu at the hrt motor home?

MrQwerty

September 24, 2011 6:36 PM

The inside is normally pretty dusty so I expect to see Button and Alonso making up ground. It would be nice if someone got away ahead of Vet to keep the battle for the win interesting.

MrQwerty

September 24, 2011 6:57 PM

@ iceman

You may well be right but I can't blame Force India for this situation. A team has to play the rules as best it can and it knew it would be ninth and tenth on pace. There has to be some sort of incentive to actually set a lap time in Q3 anyway.

Duke - Unregistered

September 24, 2011 7:00 PM

I loathe street races,especially with front runners so strong.
I missed the qualifying today so just got the times on the internet to go buy.

Never mind Schumi did a wise move in Q3, and he has a fresh set of tyres for the race.
SO, as usual :) GO SCHUMI.

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