Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Drivers will be left without automatic flag warnings and the FIA will be unable to disable DRS again due to continued telemetry problems.
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Sebastian Vettel led the times at the end of a close final practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
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There was very little to separate the top three teams in today’s second practice session.
The drivers had one-and-a-half sessions of dry running before the Malaysian rain made its customary appearance. Here are pictures from practice.
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Romain Grosjean is heading into his second weekend in a row without the benefit of the latest upgrades which Kimi Raikkonen has on his car.
Williams technical director Mike Coughlan said the first day of practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix has not yielded the sought-for improvements in the FW35.
Australian Grand Prix winner Kimi Raikkonen was the fastest driver at Sepang at the end of the first day of practice.
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Red Bull headed the times sheets in first practice for the second weekend in a row.
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Malaysia is the destination for round two of the championship and the teams are all set for the action to begin tomorrow. Here’s pictures from the track.
Sepang means high temperatures and occasional rain storms which could arrive during this weekend’s running.
It’s a packed weekend of single-seater racing with the Malaysian Grand Prix plus the start of the IndyCar and GP2 seasons. Here’s where to watch them.
Kimi Raikkonen says lapped traffic was less of a problem for leaders in the first race of 2013 than it was last year.
There’s no break for the teams as they head straight to Malaysia for round two. Will hotter conditions and a change of track produce a different competitive order?
The Sepang circuit will feature two DRS zones for the first time this year and each will have its own detection point, the FIA has confirmed.