2014 Chinese Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets

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Rain in Shanghai on Saturday produced the third wet qualifying session of the year and the third pole position for Lewis Hamilton.

But while Red Bull were trying to beat Mercedes, designer Adrian Newey was at Silverstone to have a look at former driver Mark Webber’s Porsche LMP1 car.

Here’s how Saturday in Shanghai unfolded on Twitter.

Practice 3


Romain Grosjean qualified in the top ten – the first time Lotus has done so this season.

Kimi Raikkonen’s weekend went from bad to worse as he failed to make Q3.

After the action

There was disappointment at McLaren, as Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen could only manage 12th and 15th on the grid respectively.

After equalling his best result of second on the grid, Daniel Ricciardo answered questions from fans on Twitter.

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6 comments on “2014 Chinese Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets”

  1. That picture with Newey in the Porsche LMP1 garage will get some rumors going! LOL

  2. This must’ve been one of the wettest starts of a season?

  3. GB (@bgp001ruled)
    19th April 2014, 22:20

    r8main? really? you must really be stupid if you think that works! M4X and Bo77as still manage to work, but r8main???? gimme a break! reightmain…

  4. I have no idea why Chilton is so popular. I assume a lot of people (me included) like him ironically but he always seems to be with so many fans. I guess he must be a really nice guy.

    1. Oh wait, I figured it out:

      His Dad pays them…

  5. GB (@bgp001ruled)
    20th April 2014, 5:14

    susies work in a race weekend is apparently very, very important…

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