F1 » F1 Bahrain 2013: Rosberg steals pole


Nico Rosberg made it back-to-back pole positions for Mercedes with fastest time in Q3 for the Bahrain Grand Prix.

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Ben - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 2:45 PM

How come the title says Nico stole pole position when he already had good pace in the first 2 sessions and was P1 after his first run in Q3 with the only time below 1:33? If anything, the other drivers were running after his time, which he considerably improved on his second run.

Good job Mercedes! Looks like you guys are up to something if not this season, probably next one. It would be scary if your long run pace is improved.

Highlight of qualifying is Button's expression after making it to top 10, as if he had just qualified P1 or won a race. Amazing!

Drgraham - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 4:06 PM

What is wrong with you people? Lewis had no chance after losing a tyre and having a wrecked car in p3! I mean frankly are you guys nuts? do you really think that the chap that has been driving the very same car for years does not have an advantage? Lewis still needs to get comfortable in the damn car and frankly has done an amazing job. It will be normal service resumed shortly. And do not be shocked to see someone go rearwards... There was NO point in Lewis killing his tyres in this session. None at all and surely 58 consecutive appearances in p3 compared to Nico's errr - 3 - should tell you idiots something... Yes he is fast but he has been in F1 for longer than LH - 1 win and 1 pole. Get real please... You never had a bad day? Get rid of these tyres + this crazy penalty system

Really? - Unregistered

April 20, 2013 4:09 PM

Excellent qualifying session. Hope the best driver/car/strategy wins. And messrs Tealeaf and co,aren't you tired of all the one sided bashing already? We sure are.... Get a grip man and grow up, just a teeny bit.

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