F1 » Vettel stays on top in FP3 in Singapore

Sebastian Vettel continued his grip on the top spot of the timesheets in FP3 on Saturday, but three different teams in the top three positions suggest that qualifying will be a hard-fought affair.

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September 21, 2013 2:57 PM

Dear Bernie, Pt II
I do apologize. I was wrong for voicing my difficulty with NBC going between NBCSN, NBC, & CNBC for covering F1 last June. Now, NBC will not be showing the Singapore qualifying until 1 am Sunday morning EDT in the eastern USA. It would be better for those who can keep up with the switching back & fourth straight, or know how to program their machines to record it accurately. It is being shown live on their internet site, but that eliminates a lot of people. It was also mentioned yesterday during practice 2 that there is a possibility that it might be on at 3:30pm this Saturday afternoon if the America's Yacht races were over. I have no idea if it was settled yesterday or is still going on today. The SPEED internet site use to keep us up on all of that, but not since it has turned into FS1. I don't like the way NBC is showing F! and find it difficult, but there are others who can keep it straight & for them, I am now rescinding what I said in “Dear Berni

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