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Jenson Button claims both Friday sessions at Suzuka - but does McLaren have Red Bull-beating race pace?

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MattF1

October 07, 2011 8:39 AM

Schumi is getting more and more consistent...

He is consistently quicker than Nico now, in the races, the free practices and quali, and I would not be surprised if he extends his contract to 2013 at least...

42, 43, 44? Will make no difference! Schumi is proving all his close-minded detractors wrong!

Go Schumi!

Dee - Unregistered

October 07, 2011 9:48 AM

Seems very much like business as usual at the top, with the exception of Hamilton quite far down compared to his team-mate. I noticed the BBC saying that he seemed quite down this weekend, even before the first practice session began. I don't think anyone can deny that Lewis is quick, and it only goes to show that Jenson is really on a high at the moment and is having one of those rare moments in F1 where the stars all align. It may not be enough to beat the Red Bulls, but perhaps we'll see some great driving by him on Sunday. We can only hope so.

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