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The Hungarian GP of 2011

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We are fast approaching qualifing time and things are looking good for Ferrari and McLaren, both doing well in free practice.

Hamilton was fastest in FP 1 and FP 2.

FP 3 is still under way (started 10am BST)

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Posted July 30, 2011, 11:08:16 AM Logged
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Normally, if there is such a thing in F1, you would have to say the track is perfectly suited to the RedBull, however from the practice sessions it doesn’t seem that way at all, interesting.

I read that Vettel has been saying that the team need to get some new up-dates ASAP, it really is looking like they might be slightly on their back foot, which has to be good for F1.

It’s unlikely but Hamilton could still win this year, his recent driving form and the cars up-dates have given us hope. 

Back to reality, I’m not going to underestimate RedBull, it’s going to be close at the top in qualifying. Still going for a Hamilton pole. Cool   
Posted July 30, 2011, 11:41:29 AM Logged
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