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How the line-up might look F1 2010 style...

After musing over the options available to the current grand prix crop yesterday [see separate story – click here], today we take a punt on just what the F1 2010 starting grid may look like.

Feel free to share your views on who will end up where on the comments page at the end...

Crash.net's prediction of how they'll line up in 2010:

Brawn GP: Jenson Button/Bruno Senna

Red Bull Racing: Sebastian Vettel/Mark Webber

Ferrari: Felipe Massa/Fernando Alonso

Toyota: Jarno Trulli/Timo Glock

McLaren-Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton/Heikki Kovalainen

Williams: Nico Rosberg/Nico Hülkenberg

Renault: Robert Kubica/Romain Grosjean

Scuderia Toro Rosso: Sébastien Buemi/Jaime Alguersuari

Force India: Adrian Sutil/Vitantonio Liuzzi

USF1: Alex Wurz/Ryan Hunter-Reay

Manor: Adam Carroll/Paul di Resta

Campos: Pedro de la Rosa/Giorgio Pantano


Crash.net predicts no room at the F1 2010 inn for the following:

Rubens Barrichello, Kimi Raikkonen, Nick Heidfeld, Kazuki Nakajima, Nelsinho Piquet, Sébastien Bourdais, Giancarlo Fisichella and Jacques Villeneuve
by Russell Atkins



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awalker

August 14, 2009 12:31 PM

No, this is not an Internet Forum. This is an online publication, where news articles are (supposedly) uploaded (by knowledgeable and informed professionals) and users are able to post replies / opinions. An Internet Forum is where users can initiate the thread by posting their opinion / views - and other users may reply with their comments. Unfortunately, very often, the 'news article' is pure speculation rather than objective journalism - in a manipulative attempt to stimulate traffic on a slow day... It's pure drivel!



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