Mark Webber’s recent 10-place grid penalty has put a focus on the ‘three-strikes’ system, introduced in Formula One to give some meaning to the previously rather pointless awarding of reprimands.F1, Fernando Alonso, Formula 1, Formula One, Kimi Raikkonen, Mark Webber, Singapore Grand Prix
Grosjean Steps Up To Take Third In Singapore
Grosjean was one of only three drivers to have the confidence to gamble on using only supersoft tires to progress from Q1, along with Vettel and Webber. He was only 0.217s off pole man Vettel in Q3, although he also lost out to Nico Rosberg.F1, Fernando Alonso, Formula 1, Formula One, Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton, Lotus, Marina Bay Street Circuit, Red Bull Racing, Sebastian Vettel, Singapore Grand Prix
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix, besting his fading championship rivals Saturday despite gambling on skipping the last flying lap of qualifying.
Already boasting a big lead in the Formula One drivers’ championship standings, Vettel sat out the last section of qualifying under the lights at Marina Bay in order to save a set of the super soft tires for the race.F1, Fernando Alonso, Formula 1, Formula One, Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton, Marina Bay Street Circuit, Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel, Singapore Grand Prix
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel set the best time in the final practice before Saturday’s qualifying session at the Singapore Grand Prix.
The Formula One championship leader had the fastest time on Friday as well but was pushed harder this time, and his best lap was only two-tenths of a second better than that of Lotus’ Romain Grosjean.F1, Formula 1, Formula One, Sebastian Vettel, Singapore Grand Prix
Both the Brazilian’s manager Nicolas Todt, and Lotus team boss Eric Boullier, have revealed 32-year-old Massa is in the running for what Todt describes as “the best seat” left on the 2014 grid.F1, Felipe Massa, Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Formula One, Kimi Raikkonen, Lotus