F1 » Brazilian Grand Prix, Interlagos - Qualifying times


Lewis Hamilton claims pole position for the season finale in Brazil, with championship rivals Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso down in fourth and eighth respectively

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Bukbuka - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 5:46 PM

What are you people talking about? Ferrari only put Massa back last time because Alonso was on the dirty side of the track and that he can gain a place.

This time Ferrari will keep Massa where he is and so that he can plow into Vettel in turn 1. Much easier than to win the championship this way, than to actually put in an effort to race.

At least that what I think those scumbags at Ferrari would do.

Nanbawan - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 6:10 PM

Ferrari "penalised" Massa last time because not only it helped Alonso to gain one place but they were also very afraid that being on the wrong side of the track would make him lose plenty of spots at the start. Not the case here.

Alonso #1 fan - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 6:29 PM

Whats up with Button. 1st he said "Alonso more deserving of title" then said "Vettel under bigger pressure." Both can be found on autosport dot com.

Its very obvious he's jealous of Vettel because of the records hes breaking. Hes already the youngest double world champion and tomorrow could be a triple world champion and the youngest triple WDC in the history of the sport. And he's German which explains why Button is playing the mind game in the 2 above quotes to try and get under Vettel's skin.

Im a Alonso fan and in both cases i will be happy tomorrow if my driver wins or if Vettel wins because there seem to be people who hate him just because of his nationality and 2- because of his success. Sad how jealous some people are.

blublz

November 24, 2012 6:49 PM

Best Qualy Sectors
Sector 1
1 J.Button 18.391
2 L.Hamilton 18.400
3 M.Webber 18.442
4 S.Vettel 18.509
5 P.Maldonado 18.579
6 N.Rosberg 18.634
7 N.Hulkenberg 18.643
8 F.Massa 18.652
9 K.Raikkonen 18.659
10 F.Alonso 18.686
Sector 2
1 M.Webber 36.960
2 L.Hamilton 36.966
3 J.Button 37.004
4 S.Vettel 37.097
5 F.Massa 37.176
6 N.Hulkenberg 37.318
7 K.Raikkonen 37.335
8 F.Alonso 37.350
9 P.Maldonado 37.458
10 N.Rosberg 37.634
Sector 3
1 L.Hamilton 17.092
2 J.Button 17.118
3 P.Maldonado 17.134
4 S.Vettel 17.154
5 F.Massa 17.159
6 M.Webber 17.164
7 F.Alonso 17.193
8 N.Hulkenberg 17.199
9 N.Rosberg 17.221
10 B.Senna 17.237

Alonso #1 fan - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 6:53 PM

walrus909,
Showers is expected from 2-4pm according to the latest weather forcast. I got it from weather dot com Im not sure if rain or showers is more. It seems we are in for the climax with rain :)

Spirit_of_2008 - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 7:22 PM

It's a waiting game for gearbox openings.
The following is all pure speculation, nobody could seriously expect that any honourable, honest and moral team could resort to such a tactic.
If Fiat open Felipes gearbox and promote Alonso to 7th and the preferred side of the track then RB could open Marks and put Alonso back on the unclean side again. Then McLaren could open both gearboxes and put Vettel on pole.
If Fiat don't open Felipes gearbox and hence leave him next to Vettel on the grid then I would be very worried we could have a first corner "accident". That, of course, would then leave Mark to ensure that Alonso doesn't finish higher than 4th.

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