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Sunday, 26 April 2009

Brawn GP - Sakhir, Bahrain Qualifying & Weights

Hi BGP fans apologies for my lack of posting yesterday one of our vans snapped its cambelt 150 miles away so I had to go and rescue it. Another great job done by the team however it does seem that the field is starting to equalise and for the 1st time this season a KERS car is in a place to make a threat. Qualifying and Weight positions are as follows

1 Jarno Trulli 648.5 - 12 Laps
2 Timo Glock 643 - 10 Laps
3 Sebastian Vettel 659 - 15 Laps
4 Jenson Button 652.5 - 13 Laps
5 Lewis Hamilton 652.5 - 13 Laps - KERS
6 Rubens Barrichello 649 - 12 Laps
7 Fernando Alonso 650.5 - 12 Laps KERS
8 Felipe Massa 664.5 - 17 Laps KERS
9 Nico Rosberg 670.5 - 19 Laps
10 Kimi Raikkonen 671.5 - 20 Laps KERS
11 Heikki Kovalainen 678.5 - 22 Laps KERS
12 Kazuki Nakajima 680.9 - 23 Laps
13 Robert Kubica 698.6 - 29 Laps KERS
14 Nick Heidfeld 696.3 - 28 Laps KERS
15 Nelson Piquet Jnr 677.6 - 22 Laps
16 Sebastien Buemi 678.5 - 22 Laps
17 Giancarlo Fisichella 652 - 13 Laps
18 Mark Webber 656 - 14 Laps
19 Adrian Sutil 679 - 22 Laps
20 Sebastien Bourdais 667.5 - 18 Laps

The obvious immediate threats are Hamilton and Alonso but looking further down the field you would be wrong to write off Kubica and Heidfeld both of which are going 10 laps further, have KERS and can manage their tyres quite well. A great race in prospect.

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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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