2010 Monaco GP Qualifying - Webber, Kubica, Vettel
Mark Webber took the pole position in Monaco ahead of Robert Kubica and Sebastian Vettel. Mark Webber was the only driver in 1:13s. This is the 6th pole position in as many races this season.
2010 Monaco GP – Q3:
1. Webber – 1:13.826
2. Kubica – 1:14.120
3. Vettel – 1:14.227
4. Massa – 1:14.283
5. Hamilton – 1:14.432
6. Rosberg – 1:14.544
7. Schumacher – 1:14.590
8. Button – 1:14.637
9. Barrichello – 1:14.901
10. Liuzzi – 1:15.170
Felipe Massa - The second fastest driver in Saturday practice
Robert Kubica was the fastest driver in the final practice session for 2010 Monaco GP ahead of Massa, Webber and Hamilton. Four different cars among top four. We had a glimpse of what the qualifying may be like with traffic affecting the lap times quite a lot in the closing stages of the session.
Fernando Alonso, the fastest driver on Thursday, faces race against time to get his car ready for the race after hitting the wall early on during the practice causing heavy damage to his car. UPDATE – Fernando Alonso will not take part in the qualifying after damaging the chassis in the FP3 accident. He will use new chassis in the race and therefore will have to start from the pitlane.
Robert Kubica Monaco Practice
It is Monaco time and that means that Friday comes a day early – the Monaco weekend begins today with first two free practice sessions. (Why ? Because Monaco is special, Friday is time for rest and PR and so on …)
Fernando Alonso was the fastest driver in the morning session, the only driver in 1:15s few hundreds ahead of Sebastian Vettel who managed 1:16s sharp. Robert Kubica finished the session in third place. The difference between the fastest Alonso and slowest Chandhok was almost 6 secs per lap.
Not much time to relax – the Monaco GP weekend will kick off today (Thursday) with first two practice sessions (Friday practice happens on Thursday in Monaco). It is time to make predictions for the Monaco GP round of our prediction game.
It is hard to overtake on the short and narrow Monaco track. But with 24 cars on the grid and several not so fast ones among them there is every possibility of some interesting qualifying. Perhaps even more important is the fact that there is
Here are the results of round 5 of our prediction game. Congratulations to vroom for impressive 22 points ! There were quite a lot correct predictions for fastest lap (Hamilton) but not too many correct ones for race winner and pole setter (Webber).