Japanese GP: Quali

After this morning’s last gasp effort by Heikki Kovalainen to land himself third spot on the grid for tomorrow’s grand prix, Lewis Hamilton will certainly owe him a few pints if, come the end of the season, Lewis finds himself as world champion.

I think it’s hard not to oversell the importance of the gap that will exist on the grid tomorrow, Lewis being four cars up the road from main championship title rival Felipe Massa, who himself must be a bit surprised to find his Ferrari down in fifth.

Kimi Raikkonen’s found a rich seam of form again, and was pushing Lewis hard all morning for the top spot, but the Brit dug deep and pulled out a blinding lap at the end of the session.

Fernando Alonso again continued with his quick pace to get fourth, with Kubica in sixth, Trulli seventh, Glock eighth, and the two STR’s of Vettel and Bourdais respectively in ninth and tenth.

Tomorrow’s race is going to be exciting for sure, and, personally, I think Kimi’s going to win.

Do you…?

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Im starting to think that this year championship is fixed

penaty for Bordais for really no reason so there championship can be closer..

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^^ To be frank, F1 could do without one-eyed supporters such as yourself who care more about one driver than the sport itself. For anyone else still wondering over the Bourdais incident with Massa, he was exiting pitlane, and the blue flag was out, meaning ‘let faster cars overtake you’, as is required for all pitlane exits. He didn’t let Massa pass, hence he got penalised. Simple. Its amusing to read Hamilton fanatics try and spin some perceived injustice out of a very fair race, your boy had a bad race, get over it.

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well don lewsi brillant job and hpe you can repeat you quilie at China


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