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After practice 1 and 2 Redbull have the pace with Ferrari not that far behind, Mclaren seem to be struggling for grip as Hamilton’s car bottoms out causing Lewis to hit the barrier and damage his car in practice 1, leaving him little time on the track for practice 2. 
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The Japanese Grand Prix qualifying will take place on Sunday after heavy rain forced its postponement on Saturday.
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Sebastian Vettel reignited his world championship hopes with an emphatic lights-to-flag victory in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Read all about it here:

PS: I quite like Vettel, I mean he is a nice guy, ok maybe he can be a bit over aggressive on the track, but overall he’s a good bloke, saying that I cant stand his one finger salute he likes to give after qualifying and the race.

Vettel, please stop it, it seems very rude to me.

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Posted October 11, 2010, 14:23:55 PM
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I love Suzuka as a track (1:33.3 my best time in F1 2010) but this race was a bit of a procession. Koyibashi (spelt wrong on purpose) did some cool overtaking maneuvers, one of them earning him the 'bashi' bit of his name.
The top 5 finished where they started with the exception of Hamilton, who after being dropped 5 places for a gearbox change, lost 3rd gear 1/2 way through race causing Button to be able to overtake. He will loose another 5 places if the gearbox has to be changed again. At 28 points behind, that's the last thing he needs.
Webber still looking strong to win with a fight for 2nd between Vettel and Alonso most likely.  Undecided Lips Sealed
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