2010 Singapore Grand Prix grid

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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

Flexi-wing four fastest at Hungaroring (Second practice interactive data)

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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)

Vettel not pressuring Ferraris ahead of switch (German Grand Prix analysis)

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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)

Hamilton retains title lead – points in full

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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

How Button went from 14th to fourth (British Grand Prix analysis)

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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)

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