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Lewis Hamilton takes 75th pole position of McLaren-Mercedes relationship, pushing Red Bulls into second and third places...

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pc - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 2:48 PM

Does anybody know what Mark Webber meant when he said in the post Qually Drivers interview ? ?

" We still got a bit of Friendly Fire going on. . "

f1fanatic07 - Unregistered

November 03, 2012 2:56 PM

@pc,

According to Eddie Jordan, Mark shouldn't have outqualified Vettel, so basically at the start of the race, Webber will lift off the throttle and submit second to his team-mate to improve his title chances. With Alonso starting seventh, the opportunity couldn't be any more advantageous, especially with only two more races after tomorrow when anything could still happen. I look forward to a decent race tomorrow with Alonso hopefully making up some serious ground as he usually always does.

rob01

November 03, 2012 2:58 PM

Ferrari has questioned the legality of the Bulls. Saying they use two tanks to switch loads between qualifying and the race. Ferrari really wants FA to win this year. In return Red Bull has questioned the use of bi metallic material to alter brake duct. How would Ferrari be aware of Red Bulls trickery?? Someone give Alonso the Red Bull manual???

Locks46+91+38&35

November 03, 2012 3:46 PM

@blublz
I think you will find that anything that requires the opening of the engine casings would be an infringement of the rules. Otherwise what would be the point .I can't quote regulation references as you have done but i am pretty sure that is the case .

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