Singapur GP – Qualifikation
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Team Principal and Managing Director, Dr Vijay Mallya, sets the path ahead for tomorrow’s Singapore Grand Prix, where our drivers will start in P13 and P15.
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Nico HÃ¼lkenberg and Sergio Perez will line up 13th and 15th on the grid tomorrow and, with the VJM07′s proven race pace, will target a big haul of points in tomorrow’s event.
Final Qualifying times, courtesy of our Official Timing Partner TW Steel Watches (www.twsteel.com/sfi):
Nico: P13, 1:47.308 (Q2)
Checo: P15, 1:47.575 (Q2)
The track changed a lot and I couldn’t get the right temperature for the tyres. Tomorrow we will have to make a strong start and a good strategy to gain some places.
Final #FP3 times, courtesy of our Official Timing Partner TW Steel Watches (www.twsteel.com/sfi):
Nico: P11, 1:48.450 (11 laps)
Sergio: P15, 1:49.078 (15 laps)
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We had a good day but we need to keep working to find another couple of tenths because a good starting position will play a big part in the race.
Team Principal, Dr Vijay Mallya, is positive about our Friday work as we prepare for the Singapore Grand Prix.
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Our preparations for the Singapore Grand Prix continued, with our drivers tallying up a total of 61 laps ahead of tomorrow’s qualifying session.
Final FP2 times, courtesy of our Official Timing Partner TW Steel Watches (www.twsteel.com/sfi):
Checo: P8, 1:48.653 (30 laps)
Nico: P9, 1:48.751 (31 laps)
From the heat to bumpy kerbs, Nico and Sergio unveil the punishing Singapore GP street track.
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