2011 Japanese Grand Prix qualifying pictures

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Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Japanese Grand Prix.

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Keith Collantine
Lifelong motor sport fan Keith set up RaceFans in 2005 - when it was originally called F1 Fanatic. Having previously worked as a motoring...

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13 comments on “2011 Japanese Grand Prix qualifying pictures”

  1. I love the way you organise the pictures into groups of 3 from the same team now Keith. makes it much easier to find the picture i want for my desktop background :)

    1. @mcmercslr Ooo that reminds me, must pinch one from yesterday. The ‘Suzuka Circuit’ one.

      I also appreciate the new layout.

    2. I like it as well, somehow makes it lots easier to navigate!

  2. Why “welcome back” ? :S

    1. @fer-no65 The Sutil thing? I presume because he raced in a Japanese feeder series before F1

  3. Thanks for the nice pics. Now it’s just a matter of choosing the nicest for my desktop wallpaper.

  4. why is that after I’ve clicked on the thumbnail, there’s only “leave a reply” form appear and not the full photo of thumbnail that I’ve clicked?

  5. an odd message: “VAMOS BABER” in the Barrichello fan’s t-shirt. Go Baber?!?

    1. “VAMOS BEBER” is the Portgues, and means “Let’s drink!” in English.
      I’m in this photo.
      The guy with the bottle is me!!
      Last weekend was very fantastic!!

      1. So an F1Fanatic appearing on F1F’s Japanese GP qualifying pictures!?

        By the way, it’s portuguese, not portgues. Sorry for correcting baut, as a (not so much) proud portuguese I wan’t people to write it right.

      2. Nice to see you are having a great time!

        Shirt from an earlier Brazillian GP?

  6. I never understood and never will understand the “Italian” tyre walls. Well, I like them, especially in Ferrari pictures.

    1. …yes, weird.

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