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2010-10-08 08:55

SEEING RED: Red Bull continues to dominate the pratice sessions ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix.

 

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel again led the way during the second practice for the 2010 Japanese F1 GP at Suzuka, followed closely by team mate Mark Webber.

Renault's Robert Kubica was once again hot on Red Bull's exhausts in third place with Fernando Alonso moving up to fourth for Ferrari.

Second practice result:

1 Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) 1min31.465
2 Mark Webber (Red Bull) 1min31.860
3 Robert Kubica (Renault) 1min32.200
4 Fernando Alonso (Ferrari )1min32.362
5 Felipe Massa (Ferrari) 1min32.519
6 Jenson Button (McLaren) 1min32.533
7 Vitaly Petrov (Renault) 1min32.703
8 Michael Schumacher (Mercedes) 1min32.831
9 Adrian Sutil (Force India) 1min32.842
10 Nico Hulkenberg (Williams) 1min32.851
11 Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) 1min32.880
12 Kamui Kobayashi (BMW) 1min33.471
13 Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) 1min33.481
14 Rubens Barrichello (Williams) 1min33.564
15 Nick Heidfeld BMW (Sauber) 1min33.697
16 Sebastien Buemi (Torro Rosso) 1min34.005
17 Jaime Alguersuari (Torro Rosso) 1min34.055
18 Vitantonio Liuzzi (Force India) 1min34.310
19 Heikki Kovalainen (Lotus) 1min36.095
20 Jarno Trulli (Lotus) 1min36.333
21 Lucas di Grassi (Virgin) 1min36.630
22 Timo Glock (Virgin) 1min36.834
23 Bruno Senna (HRT) 1min37.352
24 Sakon Yamamoto (HRT) 1min37.831

 


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