Esteban Gutierrez, Sauber, Circuit of the Americas, 2014

2014 United States Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets

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Esteban Gutierrez, Sauber, Circuit of the Americas, 2014The possibility of a race boycott by Force India, Lotus and Sauber provided the main talking point of Saturday in Austin.

Following a series of meetings, by the end of the day Bernie Ecclestone believed the threat of a boycott had been averted, but suggested he was unsure how to solve F1’s financial crisis.

Meanwhile qualifying served up the best results of the season so far for Adrian Sutil and Pastor Maldonado.

Here’s how Saturday at the United States Grand Prix happened on Twitter.

Third practice

Qualifying

Qualifying performance was irrelevant for Sebastian Vettel as he was on for a pit lane start anyway. Still, there was an unusual sight at the bottom of the times table at the end of Q1.

Sauber made the final part of qualifying for the first time this season as Adrian Sutil took ninth on the grid.

Pastor Maldonado was another driver with their best qualifying result of the season, as he joins Sutil on row five of the grid.

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Pits and paddock

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3 comments on “2014 United States Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets”

  1. Vijay Mallya going through mid life crisis?

    There are lot of similarities between his hair style and walking dead’s Eugene

  2. No need for Alonso to actually change the gearbox, they could just break the seal.

  3. 1999 Mercedes SL 600 V12 /a

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