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F1 2013 Japanese GP Press conference Schedule

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Grosjean quickest in final practiceThursday, October 10, 1500 hours local time (0600 GMT)
Jenson Button (McLaren), Nico Hulkenberg (Sauber), Pastor Maldonado (Williams), Charles Pic (Caterham), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso), Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull).

Friday, October 11, 1600 hours local time (0700 GMT)
Pat Fry (Ferrari), Dave Greenwood (Marussia), James Key (Toro Rosso), Tom McCullough (Sauber), Paul Monaghan (Red Bull), Jonathan Neale (McLaren).

SATURDAY
Practice Session 3 – 11.00 -12.00
Qualifying – 14.00-15.00
Followed by unilateral and press conference

SUNDAY
Drivers’ Parade – 13.30
Race – 15.0
Followed by podium interviews and press conference

ADDITIONAL MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES QUALIFYING
All drivers eliminated in Q1 or Q2 are available for media interviews immediately after the end of each session, as are drivers who participated in Q3, but who are not required for the post-qualifying press conference. The TV pen interview area will be located in the paddock, adjacent to the entrance to the media centre.

RACE
Any driver retiring before the end of the race is available at the team’s garage/hospitality. In addition, during the race every team will make available at least one senior spokesperson for interview by officially accredited TV crews. A list of those nominated will be made available in the media centre.

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