Ferrari driver sets the pace in both practice sessions
13 May 2010

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has topped both free practice sessions in Monaco today.

The Spaniard beat Mercedes' Nico Rosberg by 0.109 seconds, with Sebastian Vettel third for Red Bull.

However, faster times midway through the second session were prevented when light rainfell throughout the second half of the running.

See pictures from practice for the Monaco Grand Prix

Practice times (from second session):

1. Alonso (Ferrari) 1:14.9042. Rosberg (Mercedes) +0.1093. Vettel (Red Bull-Renault) +0.1954. Massa (Ferrari) +0.2165. Schumacher (Mercedes) +0.2396. Kubica (Renault) +0.2887. Hamilton (McLaren-Mercedes) +0.3458. Sutil (Force India-Mercedes) +0.5569. Button (McLaren-Mercedes) +0.71510. Webber (Red Bull-Renault) + 0.71611. Petrov (Renault) +0.84212. Buemi (Toro Rosso-Ferrari) +1.37213. Hulkenberg (Williams-Cosworth) +1.44414. Barrichello (Williams-Cosworth) +1.61815. Liuzzi (Force India-Mercedes) +1.62416. de la Rosa (Sauber-Ferrari) +1.69517. Kobayashi (Sauber-Ferrari) +1.91418. Alguersuari (Toro Rosso-Ferrari) +2.11919. Kovalainen (Lotus-Cosworth) +3.28020. di Grassi (Virgin-Cosworth) +3.57421. Trulli (Lotus-Cosworth) +3.76322. Glock (Virgin-Cosworth) +3.81723. Chandhok (HRT-Cosworth) +5.40924. Senna (HRT-Cosworth) +7.244

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13 May 2010

It's a slow news day, then....?

13 May 2010

the monaco grand prix, where no-one can overtake. happy viewing. snore.

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13 May 2010

I love Monaco its a highlight of the season to watch the cars drive around there. If you understand and have some appreciation of the physics in F1 its a real pleasure to watch, overtaking or not.

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