F1 » Hamilton slings down FP1 marker


Lewis Hamilton set the early practice pace in Singapore, topping the first session times by more than three-tenths from Mark Webber.

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Taipan

September 20, 2013 1:58 PM

I was reading Lulu's "fascinating" column on the BBCF1 site earlier where he announced that the Singapore track reminds him a lot of the Nordschleife!!

(Minus the fields, trees, hills, speed, fast corners, being about a fifth of the length and missing 120 corners or so obviously)

My garden shed reminds me a lot of the Taj Mahal as they both have a roof!

Doo

September 20, 2013 2:33 PM

"There are 23 corners and it's such a long lap at 3.15 miles. I think of it like the famous Nurburgring Nordschleife - not in terms of elevation change, but because you have corner after corner after corner."

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