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Saturday: Hungry for Hungary

I'm excited, let's hope we can have a good day today. I'm predicting that we'll outqualify both Jordans today.


  • 1st session:
    1 K. Räikkönen McLaren 1:21.686 7
    2 M. Schumacher Ferrari 1:21.842 +0:00.156 10
    3 J. Montoya McLaren 1:21.980 +0:00.294 7
    4 R. Schumacher Toyota 1:22.712 +0:01.026 10
    5 F. Alonso Renault 1:22.798 +0:01.112 10
    6 J. Trulli Toyota 1:22.888 +0:01.202 6
    7 N. Heidfeld Williams 1:23.167 +0:01.481 6
    8 R. Barrichello Ferrari 1:23.583 +0:01.897 4
    9 M. Webber Williams 1:23.678 +0:01.992 7
    10 F. Massa Sauber 1:23.715 +0:02.029 10
    11 J. Button BAR 1:23.902 +0:02.216 6
    12 D. Coulthard Red Bull 1:23.932 +0:02.246 7
    13 C. Klien Red Bull 1:24.006 +0:02.320 7
    14 T. Sato BAR 1:24.070 +0:02.384 3
    15 J. Villeneuve Sauber 1:24.078 +0:02.392 11
    16 G. Fisichella Renault 1:24.200 +0:02.514 3
    17 R. Doornbos Minardi 1:25.691 +0:04.005 11
    18 N. Karthikeyan Jordan 1:25.721 +0:04.035 8
    19 C. Albers Minardi 1:26.567 +0:04.881 10
    20 T. Monteiro Jordan 1:26.600 +0:04.914 12
  • Albers:1,22,979!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D
  • With three and a half minutes to go in the final session, CA and RD were 13th and 15th respectively. :)
  • Oh yes, Albers in front of JV and RD just behind JV, but both are in front of the yellow fellows !!!
  • it looks like minardi did a great job on the car in this second part of the season:cool:
  • We have moved the fight to Saubers, at least temporarily :cool:
  • Minardi-Cosworth

    Christijan Albers (17th, 1:24.443): "I'm glad today's qualifying went well, and now we'll wait to see how the performance of the car is in the race tomorrow. We had some bad luck at the beginning of the weekend and lost quite a bit of time in the garage on Friday, but hopefully, we can get it together for the race so the car remains well balanced."

    Robert Doornbos (19th, 1:25.484): "We did some good work this morning and I think found a good race set-up for the car. We had to make a slight compromise for qualifying, and I had a bit of a moment in Turn One with the brakes and ran wide. I tried to recover the rest of the lap, but then had another moment in the third sector. I therefore couldn't get the optimum lap time, as I would have liked, but for the race, on used tyres, the car is very good, so we are definitely feeling optimistic for tomorrow."

    Paul Stoddart, Team Principal: "Another strong performance from the Minardi drivers in qualifying saw Christijan ahead of our nearest rivals and Robert split the Jordans after he made a small mistake under braking in the first sector of his qualifying lap. Overall, the team's performance has been strong so far this weekend, and with continuing improvements to the car and a sensible strategy for tomorrow's 20th Hungarian Grand Prix, we are looking forward to the race."
  • Bravo, let's get stuck in. I'm thinking points here boys, points I tell you.

    Forza Minardi!
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