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Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber claim Japanese GP front row for Red Bull, as Button, Alonso and Hamilton face fighting from lower reaches of top ten....

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cknopp - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 7:30 AM

Actually, when red bull, especially seb, is this dominant, it usually is the most interesting...

There are few things more entertaining than reading the comments from the anti-seb fanbois on this site.

I can't wait to read the endless diatribe as to why he is on pole for the 34th time. Seb has been on pole for 33% of the gp's he's contested... Is anyone even close to that mark?

herowassenna - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 9:21 AM

Got nothing against Seb having 34 poles, but when you think of the car he's driven for most of them, and the team-mate he has had, I'd be seriously unimpressed if he hadn't had so many.

Whats more impressive is a certain Mr Senna, getting pole 13 times in both 1988 and 1989.
Dominant car you say, well yes, i'd agree but he had Prost as his team-mate.
Put Seb in the Ferrari team that he's rumoured to be joining in 2014, and I'm an Italian Ferrari fan, so welcome him, but tell me if he would have got pole in Alonso's Ferrari today. Fanboys, or fans or critics, you all know I speak the truth.

James Montgomery

October 06, 2012 10:19 AM


Eh... Prost wasn't a great qualifier though - his racecraft was very superior, he even admitted this himself.

Senna always had the raw pace to become a one lap hero! :)

Interesting quali .... never mind who's on pole - De La Rosa is going to start 20th tomorrow! Oh yeah! cmon the HRT! :)

Firestorm - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 10:28 AM

Red Bull looks very strong. So I don't expect a real battle for victory tomorrow. Vettel will do it again. But after them we will have two Saubers along with a mixed grid of the other top teams compromising both Lotuses, Ferraris and McLarens.The fight between these teams and Sauber, maybe we can add Force India here, that will be interesting. Add to this the massive tyre degradation, maybe it can be cool.


October 06, 2012 10:59 AM

The Merc is off the pace and Schuey again ends up as the teams point man. Kamui Kobayashi told BBC's Jenny Gow that this could be his last chance to impress in front of his home crowd, two Saubers near the front of the grid, cant wait for this one

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