Malaysian Grand Prix: Practice Session

Straight from the jungles of KL to your monitor.

Friday analysis – Williams and Ferrari turn up the heat


Friday’s two practice sessions at Sepang produced encouraging signs that Brawn GP are unlikely to have things all their own way in this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix, as Ferrari and Williams set the pace. On a track likely to be better suited to the KERS runners than Albert Park, the teams focused on their usual tyre evaluation and chassis set-up work, with track temperatures hitting a heady 42 degrees Celsius. We take a team-by-team look at progress…

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In related news, Jamiroquai will be part of the party.

PETALING JAYA: The off-circuit action at the 11th Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday is expected to be just as exciting as the F1 race.

Revving up the excitement will be British acid jazz outfit Jamiroquai, which will lead the Grand Prix Party at the helipad area beside the Sepang International Circuit.

The Manchester band, led by 39-year-old lead singer Jay Kay (real name Jason Cheetham), will treat F1 fans to music from its six studio albums.

Kay, a keen sportscar enthusiast and Ferrari supporter, is looking forward to the second race in this year’s F1 calendar.

2 Replies to “Malaysian Grand Prix: Practice Session”

  1. Wow, I just used the word indolent to describe myself not too long ago! Seeing the word this many times in such a short interval is curiousmaking (as certainly as a lop is entitled to be his own lexicographer). I think I like this Brian Ward already. He certainly lays it out like a monkey who truly loves wrangling in a world of rules. A passion for detail helps.

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