2010 Brazilian GP Qualifying - Hulk on pole
Nico Hulkenberg managed the best the switch from intermediates to slicks in Q3 and claimed the pole position, a second ahead of Sebastian Vettel. Mark Webber qualified on P3, ahead of Hamilton, Alonso and Barrichello. Kubica, Schumacher and Petrov complete the top 10.
2010 Brazilian GP – Qualifying Result
1. Hulkenberg – 1:14.470
2. Vettel – 1:15.519
3. Webber – 1:15.637
4. Hamilton – 1:15.747
5. Alonso – 1:15.989
6. Barrichello – 1:16.203
7. Kubica – 1:16.552
8. Schumacher – 1:16.925
9. Massa – 1:17.101
10. Petrov – 1:17.656
Robert kubica - Fastest on wet Saturday morning
Robert Kubica was fastest in the final (and wet) practice session for the Brazilian GP. Sebastian Vettel finished the session in P2 ahead of Hamilton, Massa, Alonso and Petrov. The chances are the qualifying may also be wet…
Saturday Practice Times:
1. Kubica – 1:19.191
2. Vettel +0.309
3. Hamilton +0.345
4. Massa +0.544
5. Alonso +0.600
6. Petrov +0.696
7. Buemi +0.818
8. Rosberg +0.865
9. Button +0.973
10. Barrichello +1.129
Sebastian Vettel on top on Friday in Brazil
The Brazilian GP weekend has begun with the Friday practice session. Sebastian Vettel was the fastest driver in the morning practice half a second ahead of his team mate Mark Webber and Lewis Hamilton. Ferrari drivers were almost 2 seconds behind.
Friday Practice 1 Times:
F1 comes to Brazil for the penultimate race of 2010 F1 season. It is time for round 18 of our prediction game.
The race starts on Sunday November 7 at 2pm local time.
The predictions have to be placed before the start of the qualifying session (Saturday November 6, 2pm local time). Predictions can be changed, amended, there is no limit on the number of changes as long as they are made before the start of the qualifying. Predictions that arrive after the start of qualifying will not count.
FIA released the 2011 Formula One calendar
FIA released the provisional calendar for 2011 season. It features 20 races including the inaugural Indian GP (scheduled for October 30, 2011). Bahrain keeps it season opening spot (March 13, 2011) while Brazil (November 27, 2011) will get back the season finale from Abu Dhabi. The 2011 Formula One season will span over eight and half month. Four weeks summer brake is scheduled between Belgian and Italian GPs.
The Indian GP is still subject to the homologation of the circuit as is the Chinese GP. Shanghai’s licence has expired already and the track has some upgrading to do before it can be granted a new one.