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Red Bull’s poor straight-line speed maybe change the results

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Sept.10 – Red Bull’s duo Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber on 24th and 18th respectively on the Qualifying speed trap. Red Bull’s poor straight-line speeds run off the drivers defenseless to attack from the likes of McLaren or Ferrari.

Sauber’s Sergio Perez top on the straight-line speeds trap (349.2km/h), Renault GP’s duo Bruno Senna and Vitaly Petrov on second and third.

Tomorrow race straight-line speed can distress Vettel and Webber,

1: Sergio Pérez
349.2 km/h

2: Bruno Senna
347.2 km/h

3: Vitaly Petrov
344.8 km/h

4: Felipe Massa
342.3 km/h

5: Fernando Alonso
342.2 km/h

6: Sébastien Buemi
341.9 km/h

7: Jaime Alguersuari
341.8 km/h

8: Kamui Kobayashi
341.7 km/h

9: Rubens Barrichello
340.4 km/h

10. Pastor Maldonado
340.2 km/h

11. Nico Rosberg
339.5 km/h

12. Paul di Resta
339.3 km/h

13. Adrian Sutil
338.7 km/h

14. Michael Schumacher
338.7 km/h

15. Jérôme d’Ambrosio
336.7 km/h

16. Timo Glock
336.6 km/h

17. Daniel Ricciardo
336.2 km/h

18. Mark Webber
336.1 km/h

19. Vitantonio Liuzzi
335.7 km/h

20. Jenson Button
333.1 km/h

21. Lewis Hamilton
332.7 km/h

22. Jarno Trulli
331.8 km/h

23. Heikki Kovalainen
331.8 km/h

24. Sebastian Vettel
327.7 km/h

Source of the Speed trap info – FIA


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