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    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Season Finale Brazilian GP:
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    Brazilian GP
    Friday
    Practice Session 1   17:00 To 18:30
    Practice Session 2   21:00 To 22:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   18:00 To 19:00
    Qualifying Session   21:00 To 22:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 21:00 To 23:00
    


    Here is the Final World Championships Standings after Season Finale Brazilian GP:
    Code:
    World Championships Standings
    Drivers:                    Constructors:
     1.  Vettel        397        1.  Red Bull-Renault          596
     2.  Alonso        242        2.  Mercedes                  360
     3.  Webber        199        3.  Ferrari                   354
     4.  Hamilton      189        4.  Lotus-Renault             315
     5.  Raikkonen     183        5.  McLaren-Mercedes          122
     6.  Rosberg       171        6.  Force India-Mercedes       77
     7.  Grosjean      132        7.  Sauber-Ferrari             57
     8.  Massa         112        8.  Toro Rosso-Ferrari         33
     9.  Button         73        9.  Williams-Renault            5
    10.  Hulkenberg     51       
    11.  Perez          49       
    12.  Di Resta       48       
    13.  Sutil          29       
    14.  Ricciardo      20       
    15.  Vergne         13       
    16.  Gutierrez       6       
    17.  Bottas          4       
    18.  Maldonado       1       


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    Ferrari to keep the pressure on Red Bull
    Ferrari engineering director Pat Fry says the team will continue to bring new parts to the car despite being well adrift in both championships.

    McLaren sure 2014 calendar is workable
    McLaren sporting director Sam Michael says "anything's possible" and that teams can adapt to a 2014 calendar featuring a triple-header of races.

    Michael expects 2014 development race to be crucial
    The development race in 2014 is going to be even more crucial than in previous years, according to McLaren sporting director Sam Michael.
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    Korea should suit Mercedes - Wolff
    Mercedes is confident its car will suit the Korean International Circuit (KIC) hosting this weekend's Korean Grand Prix.

    Senna accident still haunts Newey
    Red Bull technical director Adrian Newey says Ayrton Senna's fatal accident at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix still haunts him to this day.

    Marussia to clear debts by 2014
    The Marussia Formula One team's owners are planning to clear its debts heading into 2014 after the outfit racked up a ?57.6 million loss last year.

    Maldonado feeling the pressure
    Pastor Maldonado says he is feeling the pressure of carrying Venezuela's hopes in Formula One after a difficult season with Williams so far.

    Van der Garde wants rain to jump Marussia
    Giedo van der Garde is hoping Caterham can take advantage of potential wet weather at this weekend's Korean Grand Prix.
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    Korean race in 2014 '50:50' - promoter
    Korean Grand Prix promoter Won-Hwa Park has rated the chances of the race staying on the 2014 calendar as "50:50".

    Pit exit revised in Korea
    The pit lane exit has been revised at the Korean International Circuit ahead of this weekend's race at Yeongam.

    Marussia retains Bianchi for 2014Marussia has confirmed it will retain Jules Bianchi for a second season with the team in 2014.

    Singapore CCTV misleading - Webber
    Mark Webber says the CCTV footage showing him running on to the track to get a lift from Fernando Alonso in Singapore was misleading.

    Massa 'optimistic' of landing good drive in 2014
    Felipe Massa is optimistic he can land a competitive race drive next year, saying he has some "good opportunities" to follow up.

    Hulkenberg decision due in next few weeks
    Nico Hulkenberg says a decision on his future should be finalised in the next "one, two or three weeks".

    'Nothing we can do' to catch Red Bull - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton says there is nothing Mercedes can do to close the gap to Red Bull this year and believes the pace Sebastian Vettel showed at the Singapore Grand Prix represented the true gap to the rest of the field.

    Kaltenborn admits Barrichello interest
    Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has confirmed Rubens Barrichello is being considered as a potential driver for the team in 2014.

    Red Bull can be beaten - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen is sure Lotus will have the chance to beat Red Bull to race victories again this season despite Sebastian Vettel's recent dominance.

    Alonso scotches Red Bull cheat rumours
    Fernando Alonso has dismissed any notion that Sebastian Vettel's superiority could be due to anything illegal on his Red Bull.

    Horner rubbishes cheating allegations
    Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes his team would be "pretty stupid" to try to run traction control under the current regulations, after speculation following the Singapore Grand Prix that Sebastian Vettel's victory was linked to some sort of illegal electronic system.

    Rivals will never figure out Red Bull secrets - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel has laughed off accusations Red Bull is using traction control, saying his rivals will never figure out why his car is as fast as it is this year.
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    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Korean GP:
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    Korean GP
    Friday
    Practice Session 1   06:00 To 07:30
    Practice Session 2   10:00 To 11:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   07:00 To 08:00
    Qualifying Session   10:00 To 11:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 11:00 To 13:00
    
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    Hamilton quickest as Raikkonen crashes heavily
    Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time of first practice for the Korean Grand Prix as the session ended with a heavy crash for Kimi Raikkonen.

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    Korean GP
    Practice Session 1
    Pos Driver                Team                  Time       Gap     Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes              1m39.630s           20
     2. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault      1m39.667s  +0.037s  20
     3. Mark Webber           Red Bull-Renault      1m39.816s  +0.186s  19
     4. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes              1m40.117s  +0.487s  20
     5. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes      1m40.215s  +0.585s  22
     6. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari               1m40.374s  +0.744s  18
     7. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault         1m40.396s  +0.766s  19
     8. Kimi Raikkonen        Lotus-Renault         1m40.677s  +1.047s  15
     9. Sergio Perez          McLaren-Mercedes      1m40.860s  +1.230s  20
    10. Felipe Massa          Ferrari               1m40.880s  +1.250s  13
    11. Nico Hulkenberg       Sauber-Ferrari        1m40.899s  +1.269s  20
    12. Adrian Sutil          Force India-Mercedes  1m41.432s  +1.802s  18
    13. Pastor Maldonado      Williams-Renault      1m41.482s  +1.852s  22
    14. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari        1m41.626s  +1.996s  21
    15. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m41.924s  +2.294s  19
    16. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Renault      1m42.002s  +2.372s  20
    17. Daniel Ricciardo      Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m42.043s  +2.413s  18
    18. James Calado          Force India-Mercedes  1m43.008s  +3.378s  21
    19. Charles Pic           Caterham-Renault      1m43.660s  +4.030s  20
    20. Giedo van der Garde   Caterham-Renault      1m43.883s  +4.253s  19
    21. Max Chilton           Marussia-Cosworth     1m44.100s  +4.470s  14
    22. Rodolfo Gonzalez      Marussia-Cosworth     1m46.810s  +7.180s  10
    Hamilton completes Friday clean sweep
    Lewis Hamilton completed a clean sweep of Friday practice as Mercedes displayed its ability to take the fight to Red Bull in Korea.

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    Korean GP
    Practice Session 2
    Pos Driver                Team                   Time        Gap    Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes               1m38.673s           31
     2. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault       1m38.781s  +0.108s  30
     3. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes               1m38.797s  +0.124s  32
     4. Mark Webber           Red Bull-Renault       1m38.844s  +0.171s  35
     5. Felipe Massa          Ferrari                1m39.114s  +0.441s  30
     6. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault          1m39.226s  +0.553s  34
     7. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                1m39.444s  +0.771s  31
     8. Kimi Raikkonen        Lotus-Renault          1m39.757s  +1.084s  33
     9. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes       1m39.774s  +1.101s  29
    10. Adrian Sutil          Force India-Mercedes   1m40.006s  +1.333s  34
    11. Paul di Resta         Force India-Mercedes   1m40.007s  +1.334s  34
    12. Sergio Perez          McLaren-Mercedes       1m40.152s  +1.479s  31
    13. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari         1m40.186s  +1.513s  33
    14. Nico Hulkenberg       Sauber-Ferrari         1m40.210s  +1.537s  34
    15. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Ferrari     1m40.446s  +1.773s  30
    16. Daniel Ricciardo      Toro Rosso-Ferrari     1m40.552s  +1.879s  26
    17. Pastor Maldonado      Williams-Renault       1m41.117s  +2.444s  35
    18. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Renault       1m41.289s  +2.616s  34
    19. Giedo van der Garde   Caterham-Renault       1m42.461s  +3.788s  36
    20. Charles Pic           Caterham-Renault       1m42.798s  +4.125s  35
    21. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Cosworth      1m43.108s  +4.435s  31
    22. Max Chilton           Marussia-Cosworth      1m43.441s  +4.768s  29
    
    FP1 crash 'nothing special' - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen said his accident during first practice for the Korean Grand Prix was "nothing special", adding "these things happen".

    Vettel wary of Mercedes threat in Korea
    Sebastian Vettel is not expecting to repeat his Singapore Grand Prix performance this weekend in Korea after he was pipped to the fastest Friday practice time by Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton.

    Pit lane exit substandard - Webber
    Mark Webber says the new pit lane exit at the Korean International Circuit is not up to Formula One standards but doubts it will cause any issues now the drivers have experienced it in free practice.

    Pirelli certain it will remain in F1 until 2018
    Pirelli is confident it will remain in Formula One for the next five years, despite lacking a finalised contract with the FIA.
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    Hamilton buoyed by P2 progress
    Lewis Hamilton admitted he was encouraged by Mercedes' progress in FP2 after setting the pace on Friday ahead of the Korean Grand Prix.

    Alonso 'expects to struggle' in Korea
    Fernando Alonso says Ferrari "can expect to struggle" in Sunday's Korean Grand Prix after being unable to match Mercedes and Red Bull in practice.

    'We're going for it' - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg says that Mercedes' pace in practice for the Korean Grand Prix is down to continued development of its 2013 car.

    McLaren closer to Lotus - Button
    Jenson Button says McLaren appears closer to Lotus than it has been previously after Friday practice for the Korean Grand Prix.

    Sauber extends Ferrari partnership
    Sauber has announced it is extending its technical partnership with Ferrari and will purchase the complete powertrain for 2014.

    Grosjean trusts Lotus long wheel base making a difference
    Romain Grosjean says he cannot feel a difference now he is running a longer wheel base car, but trusts it is offering an advantage at this weekend at the Korean Grand Prix.
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    Wunderboy again...

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    Mercedes' hand hidden as Vettel tops FP3
    Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time of FP3 as Mercedes didn't show its true pace in qualifying trim in Korea.

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    Korean GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos  Driver               Team/Car              Time        Gap    Laps
     1.  Sebastian Vettel     Red Bull-Renault      1m37.881s           17
     2.  Mark Webber          Red Bull-Renault      1m38.018s  +0.137s  17
     3.  Nico Rosberg         Mercedes              1m38.318s  +0.437s  16
     4.  Lewis Hamilton       Mercedes              1m38.332s  +0.451s  15
     5.  Fernando Alonso      Ferrari               1m38.486s  +0.605s  13
     6.  Romain Grosjean      Lotus-Renault         1m38.701s  +0.820s  19
     7.  Felipe Massa         Ferrari               1m38.816s  +0.935s  14
     8.  Kimi Raikkonen       Lotus-Renault         1m38.857s  +0.976s  17
     9.  Nico Hulkenberg      Sauber-Ferrari        1m38.961s  +1.080s  16
    10.  Jenson Button        McLaren-Mercedes      1m39.114s  +1.233s  14
    11.  Esteban Gutierrez    Sauber-Ferrari        1m39.128s  +1.247s  15
    12.  Pastor Maldonado     Williams-Renault      1m39.196s  +1.315s  16
    13.  Adrian Sutil         Force India-Mercedes  1m39.204s  +1.323s  17
    14.  Sergio Perez         McLaren-Mercedes      1m39.274s  +1.393s  15
    15.  Daniel Ricciardo     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m39.327s  +1.446s  17
    16.  Paul di Resta        Force India-Mercedes  1m39.371s  +1.490s  19
    17.  Jean-Eric Vergne     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m39.665s  +1.784s  15
    18.  Valtteri Bottas      Williams-Renault      1m40.128s  +2.247s  17
    19.  Charles Pic          Caterham-Renault      1m41.360s  +3.479s  19
    20.  Giedo van der Garde  Caterham-Renault      1m41.614s  +3.733s  20
    21.  Jules Bianchi        Marussia-Cosworth     1m41.646s  +3.765s  14
    22.  Max Chilton          Marussia-Cosworth     1m42.267s  +4.386s  17
    Vettel beats Hamilton to pole position in Korea
    Sebastian Vettel took his third pole position in a row by beating Lewis Hamilton by 0.2s to the fastest time in qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.

    Code:
    Korean GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos Driver                Team                 Time        Gap
     1. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault     1m37.202s
     2. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes             1m37.420s  +0.218s
     3. Mark Webber           Red Bull-Renault     1m37.464s  +0.262s
     4. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault        1m37.531s  +0.329s
     5. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes             1m37.679s  +0.477s
     6. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari              1m38.038s  +0.836s
     7. Felipe Massa          Ferrari              1m38.223s  +1.021s
     8. Nico Hulkenberg       Sauber-Ferrari       1m38.237s  +1.035s
     9. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari       1m38.405s  +1.203s
    10. Kimi Raikkonen        Lotus-Renault        1m38.822s  +1.620s
    Q2 cut-off time: 1m38.327s                                 Gap **
    11. Sergio Perez          McLaren-Mercedes     1m38.362s  +0.793s
    12. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes     1m38.365s  +0.796s
    13. Daniel Ricciardo      Toro Rosso-Ferrari   1m38.417s  +0.848s
    14. Adrian Sutil          Force India-Mercedes 1m38.431s  +0.862s
    15. Paul di Resta         Force India-Mercedes 1m38.718s  +1.149s
    16. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Ferrari   1m38.781s  +1.212s
    Q1 cut-off time: 1m39.175s                                 Gap *
    17. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Renault     1m39.470s  +1.129s
    18. Pastor Maldonado      Williams-Renault     1m39.987s  +1.646s
    19. Charles Pic           Caterham-Renault     1m40.864s  +2.523s
    20. Giedo van der Garde   Caterham-Renault     1m40.871s  +2.530s
    21. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Cosworth    1m41.169s  +2.828s
    22. Max Chilton           Marussia-Cosworth    1m41.322s  +2.981s
    107% time: 1m45.224s   * Gap to quickest in Q1  ** Gap to quickest in Q2
    'I've got nothing to lose' - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton says he will attack Sebastian Vettel during Sunday's Korean Grand Prix in the knowledge that he has less to lose than the championship leader.

    Vettel primed for 'tight battle' with Mercedes
    Sebastian Vettel says it will continue to be "a tight battle" with Mercedes after he took pole position for the Korean Grand Prix.

    Alonso eyeing early 'attacks'
    Fernando Alonso says he will have to make his "attacks" early in tomorrow's Korean Grand Prix as he expects to struggle for race pace.

    Webber's car set up for overtaking
    Mark Webber was pleased with his qualifying performance at the Korean Grand Prix after sacrificing some one-lap pace to allow him to carve through the field in tomorrow's race.

    Qualifying struggles related to Pirelli changes - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen believes his lack of qualifying pace at recent races is related to the change in tyre constructions midway through the year.

    Kimi cost me Q3 run - Button
    Jenson Button said getting held up behind Kimi Raikkonen in the second sector of his qualifying lap in Korea meant he missed out on a top ten grid position.

    Lotus praises 'textbook' Grosjean performance
    Lotus trackside operations director Alan Permane praised Romain Grosjean's performance as "textbook" in qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.

    Bianchi gets three-place grid penalty
    Jules Bianchi has been handed a three-place grid penalty and reprimanded for impeding Paul di Resta during qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.

    Hulkenberg confident of more points
    Nico Hulkenberg is confident of another points haul on Sunday after both Saubers qualified in the top ten at the Korean Grand Prix.
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    excellent drive by HUL
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    Though I'm Alonso's fan but I really liked the term on chatbox used for him Alonslow his recent form justifies it
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    It seemed like team lotus was racing against kimi
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    HUL is the driver of race for me. Tremendous job done by him.
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    Vettel wins chaotic Korean Grand Prix
    Sebastian Vettel cruised to his fourth victory in a row during a Korean Grand Prix that bordered on chaos at times, with a tyre failure and car fire twice bringing out the safety car.

    Code:
    Korean GP
    Race Results
    Pos Driver                Team                       Time/Gap
     1. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault           1h43m13.701s
     2. Kimi Raikkonen        Lotus-Renault              +4.224s
     3. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault              +4.927ss
     4. Nico Hulkenberg       Sauber-Ferrari             +24.114s
     5. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes                   +25.255s
     6. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari                    +26.189s
     7. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes                   +26.698s
     8. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes           +32.262s
     9. Felipe Massa          Ferrari                    +34.390s
    10. Sergio Perez          McLaren-Mercedes           +35.155s
    11. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari             +35.990s
    12. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Renault           +47.049s
    13. Pastor Maldonado      Williams-Renault           +50.013s
    14. Charles Pic           Caterham-Renault           +1m03.578s
    15. Giedo van der Garde   Caterham-Renault           +1m04.501s
    16. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Cosworth          +1m07.970s
    17. Max Chilton           Marussia-Cosworth          +1m12.898s
    18. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Ferrari         +2 laps
    19. Daniel Ricciardo      Toro Rosso-Ferrari         +3 laps
    20. Adrian Sutil          Force India-Mercedes       +5 laps
    Fastest lap: Vettel, 1:41.380
    
    Not classified/retirements:
    Driver                Team                       On lap
    Mark Webber           Red Bull-Renault            36 laps
    Paul di Resta         Force India-Mercedes        24 laps
    Here is the World Championships Standings after Korean GP:
    Code:
    World Championships standings
    Drivers:                    Constructors:             
     1.  Vettel        272        1.  Red Bull-Renault          402
     2.  Alonso        195        2.  Ferrari                   284
     3.  Raikkonen     167        3.  Mercedes                  283
     4.  Hamilton      161        4.  Lotus-Renault             239
     5.  Webber        130        5.  McLaren-Mercedes           81
     6.  Rosberg       122        6.  Force India-Mercedes       62
     7.  Massa          89        7.  Sauber-Ferrari             31
     8.  Grosjean       72        8.  Toro Rosso-Ferrari         31
     9.  Button         58        9.  Williams-Renault            1
    10.  Hulkenberg     31       
    11.  Di Resta       36       
    12.  Sutil          26       
    13.  Perez          23       
    14.  Ricciardo      18       
    15.  Vergne         13       
    16.  Maldonado       1       
    Ferrari needs 'another category of car' - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso says Red Bull has "super performance" and that Ferrari needs "to have another category of car" to compete after finishing sixth in the Korean Grand Prix.

    Alonso and I deserve better - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton says he and Fernando Alonso "are of a higher calibre" after finishing fifth and sixth respectively in the Korean Grand Prix.

    Vettel urges rivals to chase
    Sebastian Vettel is warning that the championship race isn't over, despite moving within a victory of the title after his win in the Korean Grand Prix.

    Grosjean 'begged' to be let past Raikkonen
    Lotus team principal Eric Boullier says Romain Grosjean was "begging" to be allowed back past team-mate Kimi Raikkonen for second place at the end of the Korean Grand Prix but was told to race.

    Burst oil radiator to blame for Webber's fire
    Mark Webber's car fire at the Korean Grand Prix was caused by a burst oil radiator after he was hit by a spinning Adrian Sutil.

    Podium not just down to luck of safety car - Kimi
    Kimi Raikkonen said he deserved his podium at the Korean Grand Prix on merit and it was not down to getting lucky with the timing of the safety car.

    A podium was possible without wing failure - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg said a podium was possible at the Korean Grand Prix if he had not had his front wing failure while trying to overtake team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

    Hulkenberg proud of 'one of the best races' of career
    Nico Hulkenberg said he "drove one of the best races in my career" to take fourth place in the Korean Grand Prix.

    Di Resta gets vote of confidence
    Paul di Resta was given a vote of confidence from Force India after he crashed out of the third in succession in the Korean Grand Prix.

    Bianchi and Pic hit with grid penalties
    Jules Bianchi and Charles Pic have both been hit with 10-place grid penalties for the Japanese Grand Prix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zia1288 View Post
    HUL is the driver of race for me. Tremendous job done by him.
    where did u watch the race?
    I was driving it by a kind of instinct, only I was in a different dimension...............................Ayrton Senna

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoizIrfan View Post
    where did u watch the race?
    Half on ESPN and half on stream from eplsite.com
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    Webber hits out at Pirelli tyres
    Mark Webber has launched another attack on Formula One's quick-degrading tyres, saying it is up to tyre supplier Pirelli to make changes.

    Hamilton clarifies remarks about Vettel
    Lewis Hamilton has clarified remarks he made at the Korean Grand Prix about Sebastian Vettel's dominance, saying he feels "grateful" to drive against the soon-to-be four-time world champion.

    Hamilton feels for fans amid Vettel dominance
    Lewis Hamilton says he feels sorry for fans as Sebastian Vettel marches, seemingly unrivalled, to a fourth consecutive world championship.

    Lotus open to employing heavier driver in 2014
    Lotus team principal Eric Boullier says the weight of drivers will not be a factor when he comes to decide who will race for the team in 2014.

    Vettel and Red Bull deserve title - Ferrari
    Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali believes Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull deserve to win this year's title, admitting it is "almost impossible" for Fernando Alonso to fight back now.

    Mercedes sure of Suzuka bounce back
    Mercedes is confident it will bounce back from a disappointing result in Korea with a strong showing at the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend.

    Horner frustrated by slow response to Webber fire
    Red Bull boss Christian Horner said he was left frustrated by the slow response from marshals to Mark Webber's burning car at the Korean Grand Prix.

    McLaren promises 'headline-grabbing' signings to technical team
    McLaren has promised some "headline-grabbing" signings to its technical team before the start of next year, in an attempt to stop the rot after one of the worst seasons in its history.

    2014 engines could create rifts
    FOTA chairman and McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh has urged Formula One bosses to put the good of the sport ahead of their team's interests in 2014 and work together in the new turbo era to ensure a reasonably level playing field for engine performance.
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    Formula One and the $100 coathanger
    The huge costs facing teams competing in Formula One have been revealed by the Times with reports that they are hit with massive costs by circuits desperate to recoup as much money as they can in the face of huge charges imposed by the sport.

    Grosjean eyes repeat fight with Raikkonen
    Romain Grosjean wants to be able to repeat his battle with team-mate Kimi Raikkonen on track before the end of this season.

    Kovalainen gets further FP1 run in Japan
    Heikki Kovalainen will make another FP1 appearance for Caterham at this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.

    Ex-F1 drivers to race at Macau
    A number of former Formula One drivers have been invited to race at this year's Macau Grand Prix event.

    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Japanese GP:
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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   06:00 To 07:30
    Practice Session 2   10:00 To 11:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   07:00 To 08:00
    Qualifying Session   10:00 To 11:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 11:00 To 13:00
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    Alonso feels Raikkonen is no quicker than Massa
    Fernando Alonso doesn't believe the arrival of Kimi Raikkonen will enhance Ferrari compared to its current driver line-up.

    I'm not as boring as Schumacher - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel denies his dominance in the last four races is similar to Michael Schumacher's in the early 2000s.

    Perez slams Pirelli after 'unacceptable' tyre issues
    Sergio Perez thinks his tyre delaminating at the Korean Grand Prix and Pirelli's response to it were "absolutely not acceptable".

    New chassis for Webber in Japan
    Mark Webber will have a new chassis for the Japanese Grand Prix, but will not have to take a new engine and gearbox after his car caught fire in Korea last weekend.

    Vettel deserves to rank among greats - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen says Sebastian Vettel should be ranked as one of the Formula One greats regardless of what he achieves from now on in his career.

    Rosberg wants Brawn to stay at Mercedes
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    Massa promises 'aggressive' approach
    Felipe Massa promises to "take an aggressive approach" between now and the end of his Ferrari career.

    Sutil issues Force India warning
    Adrian Sutil has warned Force India that it doesn't hold all the cards when it comes to deciding his future with the team.

    Hamilton bullish on Mercedes hopes
    Lewis Hamilton hopes Mercedes' pace in the middle sector in Korea will translate in to a strong performance at Suzuka.

    Maldonado expects to stay at Williams
    Pastor Maldonado says he has a contract with Williams for next year and is likely to stay despite a disappointing season in 2013.

    Interlagos gets new deal until 2020
    The Brazilian Grand Prix will continue to be held at Interlagos until 2020 after the circuit signed a new contract.
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    Hamilton and Mercedes on top in FP1
    Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes set the pace in the opening practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix as Suzuka threw up its usual share of thrills and spills in FP1.

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    Practice Session 1
    Pos Driver                Team                  Time       Gap    Laps
     1. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes              1m34.157s          19
     2. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes              1m34.487s  +0.330s 19
     3. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault      1m34.768s  +0.611s 24
     4. Mark Webber           Red Bull-Renault      1m34.787s  +0.630s 20
     5. Felipe Massa          Ferrari               1m35.126s  +0.969s 14
     6. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari               1m35.154s  +0.997s 16
     7. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault         1m35.179s  +1.022s 15
     8. Kimi Raikkonen        Lotus-Renault         1m35.364s  +1.207s 17
     9. Sergio Perez          McLaren-Mercedes      1m35.450s  +1.293s 27
    10. Daniel Ricciardo      Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m35.635s  +1.478s 19
    11. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes      1m35.868s  +1.711s 22
    12. Nico H?lkenberg       Sauber-Ferrari        1m35.900s  +1.743s 18
    13. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m36.066s  +1.909s 20
    14. Adrian Sutil          Force India-Mercedes  1m36.165s  +2.008s 19
    15. Pastor Maldonado      Williams-Renault      1m36.178s  +2.021s 12
    16. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Renault      1m36.340s  +2.183s 23
    17. Paul Di Resta         Force India-Mercedes  1m36.399s  +2.242s 18
    18. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari        1m36.760s  +2.603s 22
    19. Heikki Kovalainen     Caterham-Renault      1m37.595s  +3.438s 22
    20. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Cosworth     1m37.629s  +3.472s  8
    21. Giedo van der Garde   Caterham-Renault      1m38.025s  +3.868s 15
    22. Max Chilton           Marussia-Cosworth     1m38.763s  +4.606s 18
    Vettel fastest in crash-ridden FP2
    Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time of the second practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix, as the Suzuka circuit bit back with accidents cutting three drivers' sessions short.

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    Japanese GP
    Practice Session 2
    Pos  Driver               Team/Car              Time       Gap     Laps
     1.  Sebastian Vettel     Red Bull-Renault      1m33.852s           35
     2.  Mark Webber          Red Bull-Renault      1m34.020s  +0.168s  35
     3.  Nico Rosberg         Mercedes              1m34.114s  +0.262s  36
     4.  Kimi Raikkonen       Lotus-Renault         1m34.202s  +0.350s  17
     5.  Romain Grosjean      Lotus-Renault         1m34.411s  +0.559s  30
     6.  Lewis Hamilton       Mercedes              1m34.442s  +0.590s  36
     7.  Daniel Ricciardo     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m34.473s  +0.621s  30
     8.  Felipe Massa         Ferrari               1m34.698s  +0.846s  35
     9.  Jenson Button        McLaren-Mercedes      1m34.912s  +1.060s  34
    10.  Fernando Alonso      Ferrari               1m35.087s  +1.235s  32
    11.  Esteban Gutierrez    Sauber-Ferrari        1m35.089s  +1.237s  36
    12.  Jean-Eric Vergne     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m35.109s  +1.257s  34
    13.  Nico Hulkenberg      Sauber-Ferrari        1m35.182s  +1.330s  34
    14.  Paul di Resta        Force India-Mercedes  1m35.275s  +1.423s  35
    15.  Adrian Sutil         Force India-Mercedes  1m35.341s  +1.489s  25
    16.  Sergio Perez         McLaren-Mercedes      1m35.709s  +1.857s   8
    17.  Valtteri Bottas      Williams-Renault      1m36.136s  +2.284s  41
    18.  Pastor Maldonado     Williams-Renault      1m36.722s  +2.870s   6
    19.  Charles Pic          Caterham-Renault      1m37.630s  +3.778s  31
    20.  Giedo van der Garde  Caterham-Renault      1m37.905s  +4.053s  36
    21.  Max Chilton          Marussia-Cosworth     1m38.121s  +4.269s  33
    Tyres the biggest challenge at Suzuka - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel believes drivers and teams will face some tricky decisions when it comes to tyre strategy at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Hamilton wary of Red Bull pace
    Lewis Hamilton is wary that Mercedes might not be able to match Red Bull's race pace following Friday practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Ferrari still not quick enough - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso says Ferrari cannot afford to be as far off the pace in qualifying as it was during Friday practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Perez takes blame for Suzuka shunt
    Sergio Perez has taken the blame for his accident in second practice for the Japanese Grand Prix but confirmed he was unharmed in the incident.

    Mercedes will 'give it everything' - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg says Mercedes will "give it everything" to take the fight to Red Bull in the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Webber unhappy over di Resta incident
    Mark Webber explained his anger towards Paul di Resta during practice for the Japanese Grand Prix was the result of multiple incidents.

    Raikkonen encouraged by qualifying pace
    Kimi Raikkonen believes Lotus will be more competitive in qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix than at recent races.

    Pirelli planning tyre test with McLaren at Vallelunga
    Pirelli is waiting on FIA approval for a tyre test with McLaren at Vallelunga before the end of the season after plans to test ahead of the US Grand Prix fell through.

    Chassis damage rules Bianchi out of FP2
    Jules Bianchi will sit out of second practice for the Japanese Grand Prix after sustaining chassis damage during a crash in first practice.

    Maria de Villota found dead in Spain
    Maria de Villota has been found dead in her hotel room in Seville at the age of 33.

    F1 paddock pays tribute to de Villota
    Formula One teams and drivers have been paying tribute to Maria de Villota after she was found dead at the age of 33.
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    Webber heads final practice as Vettel suffers KERS issue
    Mark Webber set the fastest time during final practice at the Japanese Grand Prix as Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel had to sit out of half of the session with a KERS problem.

    Code:
    Japanese GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos  Driver               Team/Car              Time       Gap     Laps
     1.  Mark Webber          Red Bull-Renault      1m32.053s           17
     2.  Lewis Hamilton       Mercedes              1m32.187s  +0.134s  18
     3.  Nico Rosberg         Mercedes              1m32.355s  +0.302s  18
     4.  Romain Grosjean      Lotus-Renault         1m32.707s  +0.654s  26
     5.  Fernando Alonso      Ferrari               1m32.800s  +0.747s  14
     6.  Felipe Massa         Ferrari               1m32.815s  +0.762s  14
     7.  Jenson Button        McLaren-Mercedes      1m32.869s  +0.816s  17
     8.  Kimi Raikkonen       Lotus-Renault         1m32.946s  +0.893s  25
     9.  Sebastian Vettel     Red Bull-Renault      1m33.036s  +0.983s   8
    10.  Nico Hulkenberg      Sauber-Ferrari        1m33.076s  +1.023s  12
    11.  Sergio Perez         McLaren-Mercedes      1m33.158s  +1.105s  15
    12.  Jean-Eric Vergne     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m33.260s  +1.207s  15
    13.  Daniel Ricciardo     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m33.490s  +1.437s  16
    14.  Pastor Maldonado     Williams-Renault      1m33.638s  +1.585s  17
    15.  Paul di Resta        Force India-Mercedes  1m33.660s  +1.607s  19
    16.  Esteban Gutierrez    Sauber-Ferrari        1m33.732s  +1.679s  15
    17.  Valtteri Bottas      Williams-Renault      1m33.955s  +1.902s  18
    18.  Adrian Sutil         Force India-Mercedes  1m34.773s  +2.720s   8
    19.  Giedo van der Garde  Caterham-Renault      1m35.473s  +3.420s  20
    20.  Charles Pic          Caterham-Renault      1m35.518s  +3.465s  18
    21.  Max Chilton          Marussia-Cosworth     1m35.844s  +3.791s  16
    22.  Jules Bianchi        Marussia-Cosworth     1m39.378s  +7.325s  20
    Webber beats Vettel to Suzuka pole
    Mark Webber took pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix as he beat team-mate Sebastian Vettel at Suzuka.

    Code:
    Japanese GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos Driver                Team                 Time        Gap
     1. Mark Webber           Red Bull-Renault     1m30.915s
     2. Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault     1m31.089s  +0.174s
     3. Lewis Hamilton        Mercedes             1m31.253s  +0.338s
     4. Romain Grosjean       Lotus-Renault        1m31.365s  +0.450s
     5. Felipe Massa          Ferrari              1m31.378s  +0.463s
     6. Nico Rosberg          Mercedes             1m31.397s  +0.482s
     7. Nico Hulkenberg       Sauber-Ferrari       1m31.644s  +0.729s
     8. Fernando Alonso       Ferrari              1m31.665s  +0.750s
     9. Kimi Raikkonen        Lotus-Renault        1m31.684s  +0.769s
    10. Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes     1m31.827s  +0.912s
    Q2 cut-off time: 1m31.848s                                 Gap **
    11. Sergio Perez          McLaren-Mercedes     1m31.989s  +0.699s
    12. Paul di Resta         Force India-Mercedes 1m31.992s  +0.702s
    13. Valtteri Bottas       Williams-Renault     1m32.013s  +0.723s
    14. Esteban Gutierrez     Sauber-Ferrari       1m32.063s  +0.773s
    15. Pastor Maldonado      Williams-Renault     1m32.093s  +0.803s
    16. Daniel Ricciardo      Toro Rosso-Ferrari   1m32.485s  +1.195s
    Q1 cut-off time: 1m32.875s                                 Gap *
    17. Adrian Sutil          Force India-Mercedes 1m32.890s  +1.066s
    18. Jean-Eric Vergne      Toro Rosso-Ferrari   1m33.357s  +1.533s
    19. Max Chilton           Marussia-Cosworth    1m34.320s  +2.496s
    20. Charles Pic           Caterham-Renault     1m34.556s  +2.732s
    21. Giedo van der Garde   Caterham-Renault     1m34.879s  +3.055s
    22. Jules Bianchi         Marussia-Cosworth    1m34.958s  +3.134s
    107% time: 1m38.251s  * Gap to quickest in Q1  ** Gap to quickest in Q2
    Vettel refuses to blame KERS for missing pole
    Sebastian Vettel refused to blame his KERS problem in qualifying for missing out on pole position at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Webber says pole 'a little bit hollow'
    Mark Webber believes his pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix is "a little bit hollow" due to Sebastian Vettel's problems.

    'I'm not doing good enough' - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso has admitted he did not perform to his best in qualifying at the Japanese Grand Prix after he qualified eighth on the grid and a quarter of a second off Ferrari team-mate Felipe Massa.

    Maria de Villota death linked to testing crash injuries
    Maria de Villota died as a consequence of injuries she sustained during a Formula One testing crash last year, her family has confirmed.

    Prodromou one of many changes - McLaren
    McLaren has confirmed it has agreed a deal for Red Bull's Peter Prodromou to join its team in the future, but says it is just one of several key changes to its team ahead of its shift to Honda engines in 2015.

    Raikkonen admits to qualifying mistakes
    Kimi Raikkonen said a couple of small mistakes on his final qualifying lap resulted in his ninth place starting position on the Japanese Grand Prix grid.

    Mercedes feels 'awesome' - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton says his Mercedes "felt awesome" during qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Grosjean praises overnight Lotus changes
    Romain Grosjean says changes that Lotus made overnight to his car helped him secure fourth on the grid for the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Rosberg annoyed with sixth on the grid
    Nico Rosberg has set his car up with a focus on race pace but said his grid position of sixth for the Japanese Grand Prix is "annoying".

    Rosberg one reprimand from penalty
    Nico Rosberg is now one reprimand away from a grid penalty after picking up his second of the season in Japan.

    Pic handed drive-through penalty for race
    Charles Pic has been handed a drive-through penalty for tomorrow's Japanese Grand Prix after ignoring a red light during qualifying.
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