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    F1 FANS!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alliereyaz View Post
    ... she's marrying HAM not u ...

    @UK
    oh mio dio .. non può credere ai miei occhi .. sei tornato ..

    i 'vedere' la sua risposta era in francese .. bene bene ... così devo ricambiare in italiano o francese? ... penso che dovrei attaccare con italiano ..

    circa la vostra offerta .. no grazie amico ... ma l'uomo m ho deluso, .. anche nella vita, dopo si sta pensando di F1 e HAM ... l'uomo si dovrebbe essere in compagnia di belle donne e le bellezze ...
    comunque bello vederti di nuovo ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by genius83 View Post
    @m_waqas

    You got me wrong, I was referring to the break between races that is 2 weeks throughout the season and the 1 month summer and near 4 months winter breaks. Thats why I love back to back racing weekends.

    The thing that is written on Alonso's helmet back is the name of the manufacturer of helmet. Schuberth is the name of the manufacturer of that helmet. If I remember correctly Michal's helmet are also from the same helmet manufacturer.

    Imagine if he is sponsored by Schumi, what happens in German GP was bound to happen because of the sponsor.

    Smedley would also gets some punishment but Ferrari wait for such decision till the end of season, and if Massa is going to Sauber which I doubt because it would most likely be Massa in a Renault if both teams agrees for driver switching between Kubica and Massa, then Smedley would also join the Renault too. Also there are rumours that Renault company is thinking of buying back their 75% shares that they have sold to Genii capital investment last season to get back the ownership of the team. So may be such a switch could favour Massa too.

    Thanks for liking the article.
    oh ya... that kind of breaks in F1 are sometimes unbearable..

    if schumi is sponsoring alo then massa shouldn't feel bad about team orders then... after all he thinks of schumi as his 'mentor'..

    like UK said, i too don't think MAS will be going to Sauber.. Renault may be..

    The problem in a night race with the rain is the glare of lights that comes off the track because of the standing water.
    hmm... it means we could've many accidents and many safety car periods..

    either way Singapore track sucks... and i think i m gonna skip this race too ...

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    i think he will not rest until its been implemented ... i think this point system should remain for some more seasons...

    hmm.. interesting... underestimating Mclaren??... or may be they think Ferrari to be a bigger threat b/c ferrari is now openly backing one driver (ALO) for championship. And RBR is yet to decide who its going to support if it wants to win WDC..

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    @m_waqas
    So you have decided to not only miss the race but also a chance to a special treat, excellent or should I say:
    "Così avete deciso non solo di perdere la gara, ma anche la possibilit* di un trattamento speciale, eccellente".

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    Quote Originally Posted by genius83 View Post
    @m_waqas
    So you have decided to not only miss the race but also a chance to a special treat, excellent or should I say:
    "Così avete deciso non solo di perdere la gara, ma anche la possibilit* di un trattamento speciale, eccellente".
    oh man.. your italian is so good -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon10 ...

    hmm.. that offer is so tempting.. i think i can take out time for singapore gp just for u now ... but special treat must be good... remember i don't like pacific asian faces ...

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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Lotus confirms Team Lotus name deal<!-- end title -->
    Lotus has announced that it will operate under the Team Lotus name from the beginning of next season, after Tony Fernandes bought the rights to the name.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Fernandes: Name change secures future<!-- end title -->
    Lotus F1 boss Tony Fernandes says his outfit's change of name to 'Team Lotus' in 2011 is a vital move in helping it secure more control over its own destiny.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Hunt: Team Lotus name in good hands<!-- end title -->
    The Team Lotus name has been handed over to very safe hands, claims the man who has owned the brand since the end of 1994.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Klien to stand in for Yamamoto<!-- end title -->
    Christian Klien will stand in for Sakon Yamamoto at Hispania this weekend as the Japanese driver is suffering from illness.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel unfazed by 'outsider' status<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel says he is not worried by his 'outsider' status in the battle to be Formula 1 world champion this year.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Schumacher: Pirelli test not key<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher has played down talk that he will get an instant idea of how well he will get on with next year's Pirelli tyres during the post-season Abu Dhabi test.
    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->
    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vergne to join STR for Abu Dhabi test<!-- end title -->
    Jean-Eric Vergne, the British Formula 3 champion, will join Scuderia Toro Rosso for the young driver test at Abu Dhabi in November.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Schumacher: Title experience no help<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher does not believe that experience will have any role to play in which of the five drivers currently vying for the world championship will come out on top.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Webber: New tests making no difference<!-- end title -->
    Mark Webber says the new flexi-tests have not affected Red Bull's performance at all after the team dominated Singapore GP practice.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Renault plays down loss of track time<!-- end title -->
    Renault does not think that its loss of track time in practice today will harm its Singapore Grand Prix preparations too much, despite Robert Kubica only managing 15 laps in the dry second session due to a hydraulic problem.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Hamilton slams 'ridiculous' chicane<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton fears there could be a "nasty" accident at the Singapore Grand Prix, after slamming the circuit's chicane as "ridiculous".
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    Webber tops damp opening practice<!-- end title -->
    Mark Webber emerged in front at the end of opening practice for the Singapore Grand Prix, as a last-minute rush for slick tyres on a drying track created an unusual order in the first session of the weekend.

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    Singapore GP Practice Session 1
    Pos  Driver         Team                   Time              Laps
     1.  Webber         Red Bull-Renault        1:54.589            10
     2.  Schumacher     Mercedes                1:54.708  + 0.119   24
     3.  Sutil          Force India-Mercedes    1:54.827  + 0.238   15
     4.  Vettel         Red Bull-Renault        1:55.137  + 0.548   12
     5.  Alguersuari    Toro Rosso-Ferrari      1:55.160  + 0.571   20
     6.  Button         McLaren-Mercedes        1:55.333  + 0.744   12
     7.  Liuzzi         Force India-Mercedes    1:55.510  + 0.921   15
     8.  Buemi          Toro Rosso-Ferrari      1:55.523  + 0.934   15
     9.  Kubica         Renault                 1:55.672  + 1.083   11
    10.  Petrov         Renault                 1:55.914  + 1.325   20
    11.  Alonso         Ferrari                 1:56.090  + 1.501   12
    12.  Kobayashi      Sauber-Ferrari          1:56.339  + 1.750   22
    13.  Heidfeld       Sauber-Ferrari          1:56.458  + 1.869   18
    14.  Rosberg        Mercedes                1:56.598  + 2.009    8
    15.  Kovalainen     Lotus-Cosworth          1:56.603  + 2.014   12
    16.  Barrichello    Williams-Cosworth       1:56.615  + 2.026   17
    17.  Hulkenberg     Williams-Cosworth       1:56.840  + 2.251   14
    18.  Hamilton       McLaren-Mercedes        1:56.884  + 2.295    9
    19.  Massa          Ferrari                 1:57.760  + 3.171   22
    20.  Glock          Virgin-Cosworth         1:59.034  + 4.445   19
    21.  D'Ambrosio     Virgin-Cosworth         1:59.275  + 4.686   16
    22.  Senna          HRT-Cosworth            1:59.783  + 5.194   23
    23.  Klien          HRT-Cosworth            2:03.424  + 8.835   17
    24.  Fauzi          Lotus-Cosworth          2:05.694  + 11.105  11
    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel keeps RBR on top in Singapore<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber sent a warning to Red Bull's rivals by giving their team a commanding one-two in second practice for the Singapore Grand Prix.

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    Singapore GP Practice Session 2
    Pos  Driver         Team                    Time              Laps
     1.  Vettel         Red Bull-Renault        1:46.660            29
     2.  Webber         Red Bull-Renault        1:47.287  + 0.627   27
     3.  Button         McLaren-Mercedes        1:47.690  + 1.030   28
     4.  Alonso         Ferrari                 1:47.718  + 1.058   20
     5.  Hamilton       McLaren-Mercedes        1:47.818  + 1.158   28
     6.  Barrichello    Williams-Cosworth       1:48.302  + 1.642   31
     7.  Massa          Ferrari                 1:48.341  + 1.681   28
     8.  Rosberg        Mercedes                1:48.679  + 2.019   26
     9.  Kubica         Renault                 1:48.855  + 2.195   15
    10.  Schumacher     Mercedes                1:48.889  + 2.229   31
    11.  Hulkenberg     Williams-Cosworth       1:49.153  + 2.493   32
    12.  Kobayashi      Sauber-Ferrari          1:49.438  + 2.778   30
    13.  Heidfeld       Sauber-Ferrari          1:49.558  + 2.898   26
    14.  Petrov         Renault                 1:49.608  + 2.948   30
    15.  Liuzzi         Force India-Mercedes    1:49.896  + 3.236   28
    16.  Sutil          Force India-Mercedes    1:49.984  + 3.324   11
    17.  Alguersuari    Toro Rosso-Ferrari      1:50.191  + 3.531   31
    18.  Buemi          Toro Rosso-Ferrari      1:50.896  + 4.236   35
    19.  Kovalainen     Lotus-Cosworth          1:51.878  + 5.218   30
    20.  Glock          Virgin-Cosworth         1:52.150  + 5.490   22
    21.  di Grassi      Virgin-Cosworth         1:53.431  + 6.771   25
    22.  Trulli         Lotus-Cosworth          1:53.526  + 6.866   27
    23.  Senna          HRT-Cosworth            1:54.725  + 8.065   27
    24.  Klien          HRT-Cosworth            1:55.542  + 8.882   25
    @m_waqas
    Oh!!! I get it you want some African American faces, don't worry you will get your wish also don't forget that the special treat is only if Alonso wins otherwise you will get some thing more spicy.

    Now this is what Hamilton refers in that news piece about Kerbs.
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    @m_waqas
    Oh!!! I get it you want some African American faces,
    no thanks -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon8 ...

    -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - 6623
    -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon14 ... this is one superb shot man... awesome.. its like ForceIndia has just taken-off..

    pass my many congratulations to the lady who shot this pic ...

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    no F1 for me bcuz my cable operator has removed star sports.
    Can I watch F1 from any other source

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    Alonso confident of matching Red Bull<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari has the pace to take the fight to Red Bull Racing in the Singapore Grand Prix - despite ending the timesheets well adrift of his title rivals.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Heidfeld delighted with first day back<!-- end title -->
    Nick Heidfeld declared himself very happy with his return to grand prix action in practice for the Singapore GP.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Sutil fined for practice incident<!-- end title -->
    Adrian Sutil has been fined $10,000 for driving his damaged Force India car back into the pits during practice in Singapore.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Klien happy to be back racing<!-- end title -->
    Christian Klien was happy to be back behind the wheel of a racing car in practice for the Singapore Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Schumacher: Car quicker on damp track<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher believes that Mercedes GP is more competitive in damp conditions in Singapore after struggling in the dry second free practice session.

    @MoizIrfan
    I am also facing the same problem. One solution is given in the very start up post of this topic under the live streaming, but remember it will only show the race time an hour or so before the race.

    Also, I will call my cable operator to tune the StarSports again as Star Sports is a legal channel as per PEMRA's official list and no cable operator can block that channel, so you should also ask your cable operator to tune the channel.

    @m_waqas
    I was thinking it was your work, Paula so tell me how could I forward your congratulations to you.

    Don't worry that would only happen if Alonso doesnot wins, otherwise some european faces will be on your screen.
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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Red Bull duo still free to fight each other<!-- end title -->
    Red Bull Racing duo Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel have been told they remain free to fight it out wheel-to-wheel for the world title, despite their team admitting it was considering imposing a number one after the Italian Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Alonso: Critics too harsh on drivers<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso thinks it unfair that Formula 1's top drivers have faced a barrage of criticism for their mistakes this year - because he thinks the intense competition of the season is the real reason why errors are more common.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Red Bull hard to beat, fears Hamilton<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton concedes that it is going to be 'very hard' to beat Red Bull Racing in Singapore this weekend - even though he is sure McLaren has not shown its full potential so far.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Hamilton expects chicane fix for 2011<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton is confident that the FIA will make the necessary changes to the Singapore Sling chicane in time for next year's race, following his complaints about the layout after practice.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel on top again in final practice<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel has convincingly come out on top in today's final practice session in Singapore, although his cause was helped by a late yellow flag that prevented his rivals from improving their times.

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    Singapore GP Practice Session 3
    Pos  Driver              Car                   Time       Gap       Laps
     1.  Sebastian Vettel    Red Bull-Renault      1m48.028s            15
     2.  Fernando Alonso     Ferrari               1m48.650s  + 0.622s  16
     3.  Lewis Hamilton      McLaren-Mercedes      1m49.000s  + 0.972s  12
     4.  Felipe Massa        Ferrari               1m49.023s  + 0.995s  18
     5.  Nico Rosberg        Mercedes              1m49.056s  + 1.028s  17
     6.  Mark Webber         Red Bull-Renault      1m49.212s  + 1.184s  13
     7.  Nico Hulkenberg     Williams-Cosworth     1m49.304s  + 1.276s  17
     8.  Robert Kubica       Renault               1m49.520s  + 1.492s  16
     9.  Adrian Sutil        Force India-Mercedes  1m49.916s  + 1.888s  15
    10.  Sebastien Buemi     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m49.949s  + 1.921s  16
    11.  Vitaly Petrov       Renault               1m50.040s  + 2.012s  15
    12.  Rubens Barrichello  Williams-Cosworth     1m50.053s  + 2.025s  16
    13.  Jenson Button       McLaren-Mercedes      1m50.060s  + 2.032s  12
    14.  Jaime Alguersuari   Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m50.067s  + 2.039s  16
    15.  Michael Schumacher  Mercedes              1m50.067s  + 2.039s  14
    16.  Tonio Liuzzi        Force India-Mercedes  1m50.868s  + 2.840s  16
    17.  Nick Heidfeld       Sauber-Ferrari        1m51.016s  + 2.988s  15
    18.  Kamui Kobayashi     Sauber-Ferrari        1m51.027s  + 2.999s  17
    19.  Timo Glock          Virgin-Cosworth       1m52.340s  + 4.312s  14
    20.  Heikki Kovalainen   Lotus-Cosworth        1m53.146s  + 5.118s  15
    21.  Lucas di Grassi     Virgin-Cosworth       1m53.297s  + 5.269s  15
    22.  Jarno Trulli        Lotus-Cosworth        1m53.681s  + 5.653s  17
    23.  Christian Klien     Hispania-Cosworth     1m54.826s  + 6.798s  16
    24.  Bruno Senna         Hispania-Cosworth     1m55.367s  + 7.339s  16
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    Alonso pips Vettel to Singapore GP pole<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso has taken pole for the second race in succession with a strong performance in qualifying at Singapore.

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    Pos  Driver         Team                   Q1        Q2         Q3
     1.  Alonso         Ferrari                1:46.541  1:45.809   1:45.390
     2.  Vettel         Red Bull-Renault       1:46.960  1:45.561   1:45.457
     3.  Hamilton       McLaren-Mercedes       1:48.296  1:46.042   1:45.571
     4.  Button         McLaren-Mercedes       1:48.032  1:46.490   1:45.944
     5.  Webber         Red Bull-Renault       1:47.088  1:45.908   1:45.977
     6.  Barrichello    Williams-Cosworth      1:48.183  1:47.019   1:46.236
     7.  Rosberg        Mercedes               1:48.554  1:46.783   1:46.443
     8.  Kubica         Renault                1:47.657  1:46.949   1:46.593
     9.  Schumacher     Mercedes               1:48.425  1:47.160   1:46.702
    10.  Kobayashi      Sauber-Ferrari         1:48.908  1:47.599   1:47.884
    11.  Alguersuari    Toro Rosso-Ferrari     1:48.127  1:47.666
    12.  Hulkenberg     Williams-Cosworth      1:47.984  1:47.674
    13.  Petrov         Renault                1:48.906  1:48.165
    14.  Buemi          Toro Rosso-Ferrari     1:49.063  1:48.502
    15.  Heidfeld       Sauber-Ferrari         1:48.696  1:48.557
    16.  Sutil          Force India-Mercedes   1:48.496  1:48.899
    17.  Liuzzi         Force India-Mercedes   1:48.988  1:48.961
    18.  Glock          Virgin-Cosworth        1:50.721
    19.  Kovalainen     Lotus-Cosworth         1:50.915
    20.  di Grassi      Virgin-Cosworth        1:51.107
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    22.  Klien          HRT-Cosworth           1:52.946
    23.  Senna          HRT-Cosworth           1:54.174
    24.  Massa          Ferrari
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    Alonso not worried by wet race prospect<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso says he is not too worried about the prospect of rain at the Singapore GP after securing pole position for the event.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Webber admits he expected more<!-- end title -->
    Championship leader Mark Webber admitted that he was expecting more than a third-row start for tomorrow's Singapore Grand Prix, although he believes that he is still in with a shot of challenging for the win.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel: We should have been on pole<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel believes he can still win the Singapore Grand Prix despite missing out on pole position on Saturday.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Hamilton says Red Bull beatable<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton is confident that McLaren has the pace to beat Red Bull in tomorrow's Singapore Grand Prix after a solid performance in qualifying today.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Kubica realistic on Renault's form<!-- end title -->
    Robert Kubica says Renault has to stay realistic about its prospects now, with the French team not pushing as hard as its rivals with the development of its 2010 car anymore.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Heidfeld says he expected more<!-- end title -->
    Nick Heidfeld admitted he was hoping for a better result in qualifying in Singapore, but reckons maybe it was not realistic to have higher expectations.
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    great effort by ALO.. good... but all that matters is where he finishes in the race...

    Quote Originally Posted by MoizIrfan View Post
    no F1 for me bcuz my cable operator has removed star sports.
    Can I watch F1 from any other source
    same here ... first it was SuperSports now StarSports and then i think streaming will be shutdown too ...


    whatever happened to Massa's engine??.. ,..

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    Ferrari to replace Massa's engine<!-- end title -->
    Ferrari will change Felipe Massa's engine for the Singapore Grand Prix, even though the Brazilian said the problem that hit him in qualifying was related to the gearbox.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Button says the start will be key<!-- end title -->
    Jenson Button says that the start will be key to tomorrow's Singapore Grand Prix, and believes that he and McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton stand a good chance of being able to jump Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Klien elated with qualifying showing<!-- end title -->
    Christian Klien was elated with his performance in qualifying for the Singapore GP in what his return to competitive action.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Sauber fined for unsafe release<!-- end title -->
    The Sauber team has been fined $20,000 for the unsafe release of Nick Heidfeld during Singapore Grand Prix qualifying.

    @m_waqas and MoizIrfan
    Here is a link from PEMRA showing list of foreign channels that have the landing rights in Pakistan, and it clearly shows StarSports has the landing rights and should be shown by the cable operators all across Pakistan.
    http://www.pemra.gov.pk/licencing/la..._Issued_LR.pdf

    So, I request you guys to tell your cable operators tune StarSports, because it is a legal channel and should be shown.
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    @steve..
    i asked my cable operator and he says that from next week it will be up.. though i don't believe him ...

    ok.. changing engine as a precaution.. hmm... how many is engine limit again? ...

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    missed the q

    what happened with massa......dam m gona miss the race as well
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    All articles are originally in French and are translated by google to provide understanding to english readers ...

    Raikkonen's return would be appreciated by some

    Several celebrities took up positions in the paddock for the return of Kimi Raikkonen Formula 1, while the arrival of the Finns at Renault is still uncertain.

    The team principal of the French team, Eric Boullier, has not hidden his reminiscences to the idea of engaging the world champion next year, questioning his motivation to return to Formula 1.

    Still, a return of Kimi Raikkonen, who still enjoys wide popularity among fans of Formula 1 would be appreciated by more than one person in the paddock, first by his former boss Peter Sauber, with whom he debuted in the discipline in 2001.

    "Personally, I'd be happy if Kimi was coming back. It is so different and talented," Peter Sauber told the Finnish newspaper Turun Sanomat.

    Remarks relayed by Nick Heidfeld: "He would be able to return without any problems. I did not run for a long time and I feel the same when I come back with exactly the same sensation."

    Finally, potential future teammate Kimi Raikkonen, Robert Kubica, also spoke about the possibility of flying a pilot alongside the likes of Finn: "If I were in the position of Kimi, I would stay may -be rally. But I'm not saying this because I want him to stay there. "


    Raikkonen has not favored by Renault, why?

    For several weeks now, Kimi Raikkonen became the big attraction on the transfer market, both the 2007 world champion still enjoys wide popularity among fans of Formula 1.

    However, although the Finn made an offer to assist Robert Kubica Renault next year, he did not favor the French team at the moment, for several reasons.

    The first is purely sport. The team principal Eric Boullier is not convinced of the motivation of Kimi Raikkonen back in F1, saying that the former Ferrari driver had not shown that he really wanted to engage with Renault to allow Diamond Renew with success.

    In addition, Nick Heidfeld and Adrian Sutil are still possible candidates to replace Vitaly Petrov, and contribution of the German pilot with knowledge of the new Pirelli tires is certainly not trivial to have an advantage over other teams in the plateau 2011.

    Second obstable on the back of Kimi Raikkonen in F1, money, sinews of war as always. Vitaly Petrov between which leads to several sponsors Renault pay a fee therefore to buy the services of the Finns, this size difference is not playing for the former world champion? which is known to demand a larger salary.

    Finally, the last argument that does not play for Kimi Raikkonen, the preference of the majority owner of the Renault team to Vitaly Petrov. Gerard Lopez is indeed more interested in the idea of keeping its current driver, which would allow him to enter a lucrative market in Russia, where the Finn to initiate the warranty to get sponsors is uncertain despite Scandinavian Fame driver.

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    Q & A: Webber on the title fight

    Q. This race wasn't supposed to be about damage limitation, was it?
    Mark Webber: Yeah, probably. You can only do that for so long. We know we need to be fast at every track. I haven't been pulling any trees up this weekend in terms of pace to be honest. I have done my best. I would have liked to have been on the second row at least, but I am on the third row.

    That's not too bad though, considering in the last two races I have come around seventh and ninth after the first lap and still managed to get 24 points. So it is not the end of the world qualifying fifth. It is a very, very long grand prix here. A lot of things can happen. But you know the dogs don't sleep - Ferrari and McLaren are still in there, they were never really out.

    Our team has done an incredible job. We are certainly still in there. We are leading both championships and that is what we have still got to try and do here tonight.

    Q. In the first run of Q3, were you backed up at all behind Sebastian Vettel because you looked quite close on television?
    MW: A little bit, but I think he was surprised with Michael [Schumacher], so probably I lost a little bit to Jenson Button on that lap. But Seb was snookered a bit with Michael, so it wasn't the ideal finish to the lap for me but you do have another chance which I didn't improve on, for lots of different reasons. I just wasn't quick enough.

    Q. As far as your laptimes are concerned, where are you struggling compared to Seb?
    MW: Turns 13-14, and probably 20-21.

    Q. Is there any reason for that?
    MW: Turn 13 is a basic hairpin but getting off the hairpin is not great. And just getting entry into Turn 14, I am not very comfortable on the way in there so I don't get the best run out of there. They are reasonably basic corners but for whatever reason they are not great.
    Normally Seb and I qualify on the same row most of the time, but it doesn't always happen. That is the way it was. He did a good job, but my focus is not only on him it is on everyone collectively. There are many swings and turns to still go with this one. We saw Felipe stop with an engine problem so there are lots of things that can still happen.

    Q. Do you feel that your race pace will be better than your single lap form?
    MW: Not necessarily. I think we are similar to where we were today. Every driver is going to say they had two or three tenths - it was that type of lap. Everyone can say they could have gone quicker if they put the perfect lap together – it's that kind of place. It is a very, very tough venue to put everything together. So, we have 61 opportunities tomorrow to do a perfect lap.

    Q. If the race finished tomorrow in the same order as qualifying you still leave here leading the championship. Would that be a blow to your total ambitions, or something you would be happy about?
    MW: It depends what happens in front. Fifth is not enough for every race from here on in, clearly not. It is not something we are planning to do for the next five races. But, if it is the maximum we can get here tomorrow, then that is it. And we go along to Suzuka and further events.

    I still think that performance alone is still not going to settle some of the end championship positions. We will still have reliability going on – so finishing is still important. If we got points for qualifying it would be different, but there are so many things that can happen in the next five races where it can go up and down, not just through performance but also reliability, or dodgy pitstops.

    Lots of things can still happen, so fifth place tomorrow – would I take it? You could say but it could be a lot worse than that. I don't really know. I am looking to improve in the race for sure.

    Q. The top five title contenders are bunched up on the grid. Will that reflect in the race in the way you drive, with more or less aggression between all of you as you all have to think about the title?
    MW: I don't know. I think most people have been thinking a little bit like that in the last few events anyway. Obviously it was a tough break for Lewis [Hamilton] in the last race, which could happen to any of us. Plus Seb at Spa. Here, we will see. It is normal that the five of us are always together. We need to go racing still.

    Q. There is a strong chance of safety cars here. Is there anything you can do with strategy to take advantage of them?
    MW: Pretty straightforward strategy, yeah. There is a high chance of safety car here and we will go through that before the race, having looked at the grid positions. But I think it should be straightforward.

    Q. If the track is damp like in the morning practice sessions, how difficult will it be to call from intermediates to slicks?
    MW: We have a cut-off that we know roughly is the time. We have had many cases where the inters have finished and the slicks have started, so we have an idea there. We are seeing how incredibly slow the track is to dry. It is the longest I've seen in my career since go-karts at a race weekend. It is incredible.
    It is amazing how the new surface has made it – and how the humidity in the air keeps the asphalt damp. We need to deal with it on the day and if it does happen then it won't be a surprise to us in the race – we have seen how those things happen.

    Q. Looking at the championship, do you want to be more aggressive or more cautious?
    MW: As I've kept saying from Spa, you cannot win the championship here. But I can certainly hurt it. We've seen in the last few races that you can make a bit harder if you are not there at the end. So, it is a bit of a boring way to go racing, because the big picture stuff is very important. You need to get the balance right. It is something that so far has not been too bad for me.

    Q. Any extra pressure because of the recent starts?
    MW: Not too much really. Our procedure and plan will be pretty normal off the line. I am on the clean side, which will hopefully be okay, but I don't think the dirty side is as big a problem as it was in the past. They have cleaned this track a lot more on the left hand side. It is something where there is a bit of focus from the team clearly – but it is not like we are pulling up on the grid and thinking we are going to drive past everyone in front of us.
    It is a big attention and focus for us at the moment, as it is for other teams to make their pitstops match our pitstops. We have strengths in other areas. It is difficult to be perfect at everything, or trying to be. Every team has got its areas that it needs to improve on and let's hope tomorrow we can do a good job off the line.

    Q. So you are not too worried about tomorrow?
    MW: This is going to be a very interesting race. I will do the best start I can and then after that we need to get into the rhythm and see how it goes. If people are disappearing then... there is a great saying in athletics. If you have got your heart-rate monitor on and it says 220 and the guy pulls away, what are you going to do? Run faster? You can only do what you can do. I am going to be at my best here, looking forward to the race and seeing what it throws at us.

    Q. Will the chicane cause a bit of trouble you think?
    MW: Only if someone has a failure. That is obviously the drivers' concern and it has been since Montreal that those type of chicanes, none of the drivers are particularly keen on. We are fine driving through them but as we saw with Adrian [Sutil], if we arrive at that chicane with any puncture, suspension or brake problem and we don't have control of the car, then clearly the car will be launched. And that is something the FIA is looking at.

    Q. Is the first corner a worry for you because you are behind your title rivals?
    MW: I can watch!

    Q. Are you disappointed with the performance ultimately?
    MW: We did our best. Fifth is what I could do today. I didn't deserve any more. Every driver says they have two or three tenths left and they could have done a better job here or there, but it is the same for all of us. The grid is what it is. We had more than enough opportunities to do the laptimes and that is where we are.
    As a team, far out – we are leading both championships still and we need to leave here in good shape tomorrow and keep the war going. We are dreaming if we are going to think it is going to be given to us. We have to work hard and that is what it is about.

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    Singapore GP: Practice Session 3 and Qualifying Report

    @steve
    nice -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon14 ... but u should 've posted quali times too..

    i feel your bias towards ... -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon10 .. jk..

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