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Gr. Preis Singapur: Rosberg und Schumacher starten von 7 und 8
24. September 2011 (HL-Red-RB) Formel 1 - interessiert? Nun, das morgige Rennen in Singapur findet zumindest für uns nicht in der Nacht statt. Also kein Unterbrechen der Nachtruhe bei uns oder frühmorgendliches Aufstehen am Sonntag. Denn es ist - ein Nachrennen. Übertragungsbeginn auf RTL mit Start gegen 14.Uhr. Wer der überaus glanzvollen Wettervorhersage für Schleswig-Holstein lieber folgt und nicht vor dem "Fernseher" sitzen will, hier zumindest die Startplatzierungen von MERCEDES GP PETRONAS:
"Die MERCEDES GP PETRONAS Fahrer Michael Schumacher und Nico Rosberg bestritten am Samstag, 24. September 2011 das Qualifying zum Großen Preis von Singapur.
Das Ergebnis, Informationen zum Qualifying und Aussagen der MERCEDES GP PETRONAS Fahrer Michael Schumacher und Nico Rosberg sowie von Teamchef Ross Brawn und Mercedes-Benz Motorsportchef Norbert Haug finden Sie im angehängten Dokument (nur Englisch).
2011 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX
MARINA BAY CIRCUIT
Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher qualified in seventh and eighth places this evening for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Both drivers completed just one run in each qualifying session using the soft tyres in Q1 and the supersofts in Q2 and Q3
Michael went out towards the end of Q3 but aborted his run without setting a time to save his tyres
Both Nico and Michael will have two sets of new soft tyres and one set of new supersoft tyres for the race tomorrow
MGP W02 / 07
MGP W02 / 09
P8 No time
Hot & humid
“I had a good fast lap in Q3 and we were able to take the most out of the car today so I’m quite satisfied. Starting in seventh place was the maximum that we could have achieved, although Massa was very close so it was definitely worth trying to catch him. Being on the clean side at the grid gives me a good position for the start, so I will try to make up positions there and score some good points. I think it will be an exciting race here with all the new things like DRS and the Pirelli tyres.”
“It was quite a tactical qualifying session, in which we chose not to run in Q3 to save new tyres for the race. In theory, this should be worth some time over the race distance, so it was a calculated risk worth taking. As we all know from the past, a lot of incidents can happen during the Singapore Grand Prix, so I will certainly go for any opportunity which might occur. I will definitely keep my fingers crossed for Sebastian to clinch his second world title here tomorrow.”
“It was a fairly straightforward qualifying session for us today and we got the maximum performance from the car. We were mindful of the need for good tyres in the race, and with both drivers saving a set of supersofts, we are in reasonable shape for tomorrow. Michael decided not to set a lap time in Q3 for this reason; he could have challenged Nico but it was more sensible to save the tyres. We have moved forward with the car, and the changes that we have made for this weekend look to be working well. We look forward to an interesting and challenging race tomorrow, and there should be a lot of opportunities.”
“Our team have worked very hard and constructively since yesterday when we struggled on this challenging high downforce track, and Nico and Michael achieved the best possible result today with our current package. We took a disciplined approach throughout qualifying in order to save tyres for the race, and both Nico and Michael will have a fresh set of options available which should be valuable in the race. We only used prime tyres in Q1 and, unlike the cars ahead, attempted only one outing in Q3. Our target for tomorrow is to improve our positions from today and to continue our trend from Spa and Monza.”
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