As expected, The News Of The World came up with further story on Max Mosley today. Max Mosley said yesterday he did nothing wrong and he keeps denying any Nazi theme in his orgy. One of the ladies involved has her side of story. Someone is not telling the truth.
Whatever the truth is the way this sick story unfolds is EXACTLY WHAT F1 DOES NOT NEED. The FIA president should know that… Can this end now please ?
The third race of the 2008 season is here – the sandy Bahrain Grand Prix. Unlike in Malaysia there is not much threat of rain this time. But the slippery dusty sandy track may cause few drivers some problems. Those who think of Massa as a race winner here again may want to reconsider .Some people missed out on round one, some missed out on round two. But the season is long and unpredictable (at least it looks like it now), so there may still be a chance to recover the lost ground. It may not wise though to miss too many more races …
So place your predictions in the comments below this post:
- Top eight finishers in the race
- Pole position
- Fastest lap
The sumary of the rules and current standings – click here
Round 2 results – click here
Do not forget – the predictions must be placed before the qualifying starts.
After just missing out in Melbourne, Robert Kubica scored the maiden pole position for himself and the BMW Sauber team this time in Bahrain. Felipe Massa will start alongside him from P2. Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen occupy the second row. Besides the top 3 teams also Toyota (Trulli), Williams (Rosberg), Honda (Button) and Renault (Alonso) made it to Q3. Takuma Sato crashed during P1 causing yellow and red flags.
The Qualifying Results:
1. R. Kubica – BMW Sauber – 1:33.096
2. F. Massa – Ferrari – 1:33.123
3. L. Hamilton – McLaren – 1:33.292
4. K. Räikkönen – Ferrari – 1:33.418
5. H. Kovalainen – McLaren – 1:33.488
6. N. Heidfeld – BMW Sauber – 1:33.737
7. J. Trulli – Toyota – 1:33.994
8. N. Rosberg – Williams – 1:34.015
9. J. Button – Honda – 1:35.057
10. F. Alonso – Renault – 1:35.115
More photos in the article
The Live Blog is back for Bahrain Qualifying session. Follow the session and join the discussion !
he Live Blog has now closed, you can replay the discussion and comments on this practice session inside the post. Next live blog will be from Bahrain Formula 1 race.
Nico Rosberg in Williams confirmed a good form this weekend in the final practice for Bahrain GP. He finished the session 2 tenths ahead of Massa and Webber. It was quiet session for Ferrari, each driver barely managed 3 timed laps… Massa lead the timesheets since his first timed lap. Towards the end however many drivers embarked on quick low fuel runs and the table below is the result. As it is becoming a habit this season, McLarens did not show much pace in P3.:
Saturday Free Practice Times: