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Well, well, Alonso’s engine failed in practice 1, could this year’s championship be down to engines, it has to be a possibility with the 8 engines per car rule this year.

Redbull pretty well dominated Practice 1 and 2, they are the cars to beat then, not much changed in the order of the cars and performance, both Ferrari and Mclaren looking quick but the fizzy drinks car is quicker.   

2 races to go, engines getting old, anything can happen.

Bring it on  Cheesy
Posted November 05, 2010, 20:00:00 PM Logged

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Wet conditions in qualifying up-set the order of the cars.

Williams driver Nico Hulkenberg took pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix in a frantic last-lap scramble on dry-weather tyres on a damp track.

Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso - the four main championship hopefuls - will line up right behind rookie Hulkenberg.

I wonder how long Hulkenberg will keep the lead?
Posted November 07, 2010, 08:34:49 AM Logged

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Vettel wins the Brazilian GP of 2010.

RedBull take 1st and 2nd with Alonso in third.
 
Meaning RedBull have taken the constructers title for 2010 and well deserved to my mind, they have had the best cars this season.

Hamilton gets 4th with Button right behind him in 5th.

Realistically Hamilton and Button are out of the title fight this year; the Mclaren just hasn’t been quite fast enough all season, however there is still a chance that Mclaren will be second in the constructers championship ahead of Ferrari.

Race analysis from formula1.com
http://www.formula1.com/news/features/2010/11/11493.html

What is going to happen in the next race in a weeks time, will Vettel move over for Webber and hand him the victory? Or will Alonso win this year, and if Alonso wins will it be down to the points he was handed by his teammate in Germany?

We all remember the now famous saying
“Alonso is faster than you, can you confirm”
Posted November 08, 2010, 12:27:50 PM Logged
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