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Lewis Hamilton resists Ferraris to keep top spot on free practice timesheets, as rain holds off in Montreal.

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richard

June 08, 2012 8:54 PM

interesting top half dozen.
tyres may not be an issue here. they are saying that the softs could last the whole race, so there will be only one stop. rbr may split their options, so seb may again sit out q3 unless he is in with a chance for pole.

Taipan

June 08, 2012 8:56 PM

Crash please do the decent thing and proclaim Lulu as the greatest driver of all time because he beat Alonso by 54 thousandths of a second in a practise session, It would make the fanboys ever so happy...

On a slightly more serious note, nice to see Massa up beside Alonso again.

Taipan

June 08, 2012 9:16 PM

Felix, Go read the posts on the "Hamilton hangs on in opening practise" thread then you MAY understand my point. One of the nutters goes as far as to suggest their favorite "R" word because Crash aren't praising Lulu enough!

evelcyclops - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 9:16 PM

3 things

1. I couldnt be more excited about this race
2. Schumacher's fastest time only 0.5s behind lewis despite supersofts for lewis and primes for #7
3. Is it just me, or does Senna seem ungratiously smug? even after he's dumped it in a wall he seems to eminate a horrible taste of ego

Rob01 - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 9:28 PM

Rich, if seb sits out Q3 will we see him at the pool party. Or will he be expecting help from Mark again? Seems like Vettel drives like Button did last year.

BOSSMAN1 - Unregistered

June 08, 2012 9:34 PM

the work ethic of the drivers have been staggering so far. i know it is a relatively short relatively but still a lot of laps being done (apart from button)

Here are some drivers amount of laps over the two sessions

hamilton 73laps
alonso 70laps
vettel 73laps
webber 69laps
raikkonen 75laps!
rosberg 70laps

A lot of laps being done considering that both session was stopped for a lengthy time

Hamilton is the man to beat so far, who knows at the end of the weekend what will happen

Gazza1JB

June 08, 2012 9:41 PM

fk sake, another session wasted for Button, how is he supposed to sort out these set up issues if cant get out on track & do some set up work.
At least Lewis is out front but Mclaren will bodge it up somewhere for him as well.

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