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Hungarian Grand Prix Friday Practice

by F1Fan on July 30, 2010

The Hungarian Grand Prix race weekend kicked off today with Friday Free practice which consists of a morning and afternoon practice session.

At the end of the day it was Red Bull Racing and Ferrari that had locked up the four fastest times of the day.

Hungarian GP Second Practice Session Times

PositionTeamDriverBest LapTime
Difference
# of Laps
1Red Bull RacingSebastian Vettel1:20.087-33
2FerrariFernando Alonso1:20.584+0.49734
3Red Bull RacingMark Webber1:20.597+0.51036
4FerrariFelipe Massa1:20.986+0.89933
5Renault F1Vitaly Petrov1:21.195+1.10833
6McLarenLewis Hamilton1:21.308+1.22130
7Renault F1Robert Kubica1:21.375+1.28837
8Williams F1Nico Hulkenberg1:21.623+1.53641
9McLarenJenson button1:21.730+1.64333
10Mercedes GPMichael Schumacher1:21.773+1.68631
11BMW Sauber F1Pedro De La Rosa1:21.809+1.72238
12Williams F1Rubens Barrichello1:21.844+1.75736
13Mercedes GPNico Rosberg1:22.039+1.95228
14BMW Sauber F1Kamui Kobayashi1.22.212+2.12537
15Toro RossoJamie Alguersuari1:22.469+2.38243
16Force India F1Adrian Sutil1:22.507+2.42022
17Toro RossoSebastien Buemi1:22.602+2.51538
18Force IndiaTonio Liuzzi1:23.138+3.05136
19Lotus RacingJarno Trulli1:24.553+4.46637
20Virgin RacingTimo Glock1:25.376+5.28935
21Virgin RacingLucas Di Grassi1:25.669+5.58232
22HRT F1 TeamBruno Senna1:26.745+6.65833
23HRT F1 TeamSakon Yamamoto1:26.745+6.71132
24Lotus RacingHeikki Kovalainen1:27.705+7.6185
Friday Practice, July 30, 2010. Hungaroring Circuit

The last few Grand Prix practice sessions have ended up pretty closely at the top ,but today Sebastain Vettel was almost half a second faster than the Ferrari of Alonso who came in second with Webber’s red Bull just over 1 hundred of a second behind in third place. Webber was followed by Massa who was almost another 4 tenths of a second behind. So amolst 9 tenths covered the top four.

The Mercedes of Schumacher and Rosberg seem to be really struggling in Hungary today finishing 10th and 13th fastest. while the track seems to be suiting the Renaults of Petrov and Kubica who finished in 5th and 7th.

Off course Friday practice has turned into somewhat of a test session for the teams this season with the ban of testing, so todays times may not necessarily have any bearing on qualifying tomorrow, but right now it looks like it is going to be a fight again between Red Bull and the resurgent Ferrari.

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