Fernando Alonso will start from pole position for the second race in a row after pipping Sebastian Vettel in qualifying at Singapore. The two McLarens will start from the second row of the grid with Lewis Hamilton ahead of Jenson Button.
Row 1 1. Fernando Alonso 1’45.390Ferrari 2. Sebastian Vettel 1’45.457Red Bull-Renault Row 2 3. Lewis Hamilton 1’45.571McLaren-Mercedes 4. Jenson Button 1’45.944McLaren-Mercedes Row 3 5. Mark Webber 1’45.977Red Bull-Renault 6. Rubens Barrichello 1’46.236Williams-Cosworth Row 4 7. Nico Rosberg 1’46.443Mercedes 8. Robert Kubica 1’46.593Renault Row 5 9. Michael Schumacher 1’46.702Mercedes 10. Kamui Kobayashi 1’47.884Sauber-Ferrari Row 6 11. … Continue reading 2010 Singapore Grand Prix grid
Sebastian Vettel was on top once again in the third practice session at Singapore. He was six-tenths of a second quicker than Fernando Alonso with Lewis Hamilton three tenths further behind. The other Ferrari of Felipe Massa was fourth ahead of Nico Rosberg, Mark Webber and Nico H?â??lkenberg.
Sunset and a splash of rain made for some dramatic pictures as practice got under way at Singapore. See below for a selection of photographs from the track today including some of the upgrades teams have brought this weekend including McLaren’s new front wing.
The key question after second practice is how close would Fernando Alonso have been to the two Red Bulls if he hadn’t gone off during his first lap on super-soft tyres? Combining their best sector times from the session shows there would have been very little in it.
Only Sebastian Vettel’s team mate could get within one second of him in second practice for the Singapore Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso looked able to give Vettel a run for his money and went fastest of all through the first sector. But his session came to an early end a few corners later when he … Continue reading Vettel dominates second practice
Mark Webber may have set the fastest lap in first practice in Singapore but team mate Sebastian Vettel set the three fastest sectors during the session. The wet track gave few clues as to who is quicker this weekend but the Red Bull duo’s appearance at the top of the time sheets came as no … Continue reading Vettel on Webber’s pace (FP1 analysis)
Championship leader Mark Webber was fastest in first practice at Singapore. The session started on a wet track and the championship contenders avoided the first hour of running as the track dried out, waiting until the later stages to set their first flying laps.
At the end of the second practice session in Hungary it was the four cars running the much-discussed flexi-wings that headed the times. Red Bull look like the team to beat and it remains to be seen whether Ferrari can get close enough to the RB6s to to threaten the near-monopoly on pole position they … Continue reading Flexi-wing four fastest at Hungaroring (Second practice interactive data)
The Red Bulls are on the rampage in Hungary, easily topping both of today’s practice sessions. Ferrari were able to get within half a second of them but McLaren, Renault and Mercedes were all a second or more behind. Have a look at the cars in action during practice for the Hungarian Grand Prix in … Continue reading Hungarian Grand Prix practice in pictures
Sebastian Vettel retained his place at the top of the times sheet in the second practice session at the Hungaroring. The two Red Bulls were split by Fernando Alonso’s Ferrari but he was almost half a second slow than Vettel. Mark Webber was third, just a fraction slower than Alonso, and Felipe Massa was the … Continue reading Vettel fastest again in second session
Although Red Bull showed impressive pace in the first practice session at the Hungaroring it’s clear we haven’t seen representative times from all their rivals. Chief among which are Ferrari and McLaren who were running different programmes this morning in Hungary.
The Red Bull drivers were emphatically quickest in first practice at the Hungaroring. Sebastian Vettel led Mark Webber as the pair ended the session a second quicker than their rivals. Renault’s Robert Kubica was the best of the rest.
Mercedes continue to post some of the fastest pit stops this year with Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher enjoying the fastest stops in the German Grand Prix. Here are the fastest pit stops during the German Grand Prix: Driver Team Pit stop time On lap 1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 3.992 24 2 Michael Schumacher Mercedes … Continue reading German Grand Prix pit stops
After the German Grand Prix Ferrari claimed they had ordered Felipe Massa to let Fernando Alonso by because they were concerned Sebastian Vettel could pass the pair of them. But it’s clear from the lap times that Vettel was hardly catching either of them at the time – indeed he wasn’t even close enough to … Continue reading Vettel not pressuring Ferraris ahead of switch (German Grand Prix analysis)
You need to upgrade your Flash Player View interactive chart full screen Tick/untick drivers?óÔé¼Ôäó names to show their laps, click and drag to zoom Rank Driver Car Fastest lap Deficit to fastest lap 1 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1’15.824 2 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 1’15.880 0.056 3 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1’16.097 0.273 4 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes … Continue reading German Grand Prix fastest laps
It wasn’t a very happy-looking podium ceremony after the German Grand Prix. The controversial circumstances of the race left Felipe Massa in particular looking rather subdued. Have a look those pictures and more from the race in the selection below.
Drivers’ championship points Position Driver Points 1 Lewis Hamilton 157 2 Jenson Button 143 3 Mark Webber 136 4 Sebastian Vettel 136 5 Fernando Alonso 123 6 Nico Rosberg 94 7 Robert Kubica 89 8 Felipe Massa 85 9 Michael Schumacher 38 10 Adrian Sutil 35 11 Rubens Barrichello 29 12 Kamui Kobayashi 15 13 … Continue reading Hamilton retains title lead – points in full
Pos Num Driver Car Laps Gap Difference Grid 1 8 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 67 2 7 Felipe Massa Ferrari 67 4.196 4.196 3 5 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 67 5.121 0.925 4 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 67 26.896 21.775 5 1 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 67 29.482 2.586 6 6 Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 67 43.606 … Continue reading German Grand Prix result
It was an exercise in damage limitation for Jenson Button in the British Grand Prix as he rose from 14th on the grid to salvage fourth place – enough for him to hold on to second in the championship. He managed it by gaining more places than anyone else at the start, delaying his pit … Continue reading How Button went from 14th to fourth (British Grand Prix analysis)