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Friday, 24 April 2009

Brawn GP - Sakhir, Bahrain - Free Practice 1

Well the F1 circus has arrived in Sakhir and at least we can say that we won't have a rainstorm, however we may get a sandstorm. It seems some teams have come to Sakhir with some interim updates before the teams converge back in Europe. Free Practice 1 was business as usual with times all over the show and not really giving an indication of any real true pace.

Times are as follows:

Hamilton 1:33.647
Heidfeld 1:33.907
Kubica 1:33.938
Rosberg 1:34.227
Button 1:34.434
Kovalainen 1:34.502
Barrichello 1:34.531
Massa 1:34.589
Webber 1:34.827
Raikkonen 1:34.827
Nakajima 1:34.880
Vettel 1:34.938
Piquet 1:34.974
Sutil 1:35.021
Trulli 1:35.036
Fisichella 1:35.042
Glock 1:35.333
Alonso 1:35.348
Bourdais 1:35.353
Buemi 1:35.369

It just goes to show how close the teams are lining up at the minute with only 1.722 seperating the top driver to the last. It would appear from the footage that turns 9 and 10 are where most drivers are having trouble dialling in and I would suggest that cross winds here at Sakhir are playing havoc with setting up the cars.

BGP have fielded some livery on the car for Virgin which in all honesty should have stayed as it was. This new livery has no definition and you can't make it out when they are out on circuit. I'll try to grab some pics of it.

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I have been an F1 fan from a very early age, however in my very early years I didn't really support a team just loved the racing. Since the BAR years I have been supporting this team through it's highs and lows. I'm confident under Ross Brawn's control the team will go from strength to strength and hopefully Jenson and Rubens can find themselves in a competitive car once more.


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