F1 » REVEALED: Post-qualifying F1 car weights in Budapest

The FIA's publication of the post-qualifying F1 car weights at the Hungaroring confirms pole-sitter Fernando Alonso's suggestion that he is running light - but who else inside the top ten is best-placed to take advantage of that..?

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Mr Red Balls - Unregistered

July 26, 2009 6:08 AM

We are all entitled to an opinion, mine is if you are fastest in Q3 then you deserve to be on pole regardless of your fuel load, with only 12 laps of fuel Alonso will be stuck in traffic after his first stop so he won't figure later in the race unless something unusual happens. Pound for pound Alonso is regarded as the best driver on the grid by those on the grid. Those teams still using KERS are the best funded teams having huge resources that few others can compete with, hence they developed the best devices, their only chance of getting in the lead is at the start, hopefully they will be back down the field after the 1st pit stops, the Red Bulls 3 or 4 laps further on fuel should win.

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