The Running Commentary

European Grand Prix

hami_mcl_jerez_08pre_daim.jpgThis week see the end of the “break in testing” and onto the European Grand Prix. This circuit (Valencia) will be provide some really exhilarating racing, with cars reaching some very high speeds (300 kph) and also having to content with slow corners (80 kph).

Typical of a street circuit there is going to be little room for driver mistakes, and will be very punishing on the cars and drivers alike.

It will be good to see the free practice times when they start on Friday and to see how the drivers handle this circuit.

Once again we are hopefully set for some really good racing.

The positions below for the races to date:

1 Lewis Hamilton British McLaren-Mercedes 62
2 Kimi Räikkönen Finnish Ferrari 57
3 Felipe Massa Brazilian Ferrari 54
4 Robert Kubica Polish BMW Sauber 49
5 Nick Heidfeld German BMW Sauber 41
6 Heikki Kovalainen Finnish McLaren-Mercedes 38
7 Jarno Trulli Italian Toyota 22
8 Fernando Alonso Spanish Renault 18
9 Mark Webber Australian Red Bull-Renault 18
10 Timo Glock German Toyota 13
11 Nelsinho Piquet Brazilian Renault 13
12 Rubens Barrichello Brazilian Honda 11
13 Nico Rosberg German Williams-Toyota 8
14 Kazuki Nakajima Japanese Williams-Toyota 8
15 David Coulthard British Red Bull-Renault 6
16 Sebastian Vettel German STR-Ferrari 6
17 Jenson Button British Honda 3
18 Sebastien Bourdais French STR-Ferrari 2
19 Giancarlo Fisichella Italian Force India-Ferrari 0
20 Takuma Sato Japanese Super Aguri-Honda 0
21 Adrian Sutil German Force India-Ferrari 0
22 Anthony Davidson British Super Aguri-Honda 0
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Mike • August 18, 2008

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