F1 » Vettel continues to set pace in second practice


Sebastian Vettel leads Red Bull 1-2 on the opening day timesheet as F1 2013 gets underway in Australia.

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Firestorm - Unregistered

March 15, 2013 1:25 PM

This is only friday practice, we should get a better understanding tomorrow during qualifying. But I am a little disappointed by Ferrari, I thought they will be somewhat closer to Red Bull as they where in FP1. And I am shocked by McLaren, I knew they have some problems but finding it difficult to get a top ten in qualifying!!! I am confident that tomorrow they will be better and will score some good points in the race but a top five finish looks out of reach for their drivers at the moment. Still I expect Hamilton to give some troubles to Vettel tomorrow and Raikkonen to give still more during the race. Good job to Mercedes and Lotus! Concluding this I must say that I am a lot of disapointed by Williams too. So I except e better showing from them in the race, considering that they had less tyre degradation than the others in testing.

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