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On a track where overtaking is virtually impossible Qualifying is extremely important, who will get pole?
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Alonso crashes in practice 3 and gives headache to mechanics  Grin

Button struggles for grip.

Not long to go...
Posted May 15, 2010, 11:49:37 AM Logged
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So Redbull have six poles in a row, and Webber gets his second in a row.

Tyres will probably play a role in the race, will we see overtaking made during pit stops maybe.

Alonso starts from the pit lane after crashing in practice 3 and damaging his car too much to get it ready for qualifying.

Looking forward to the race, there is a chance of rain, if it comes that’s going to shake things up a bit.
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