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GP Week : Issue 217
Full grid, almost Though roberto Mehri failed set a time within 107% of Lewis Hamilton's Q1 qualifying time, and Will stevens didn't even manage to make it out on track at all, both Manor's were given dispensation by the stewards to start the Malaysian Grand Prix. Manor had angered F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone after turning up in Melbourne but failing to leave the garage. It was to some fanfare then when both Roberto Mehri and Will Stevens took to the Sepang circuit in Friday's opening practice. Woefully off the pace the pair were able to rack up valuable miles while critically setting times within 107% of those at the top of the tables. That proved important as Mehri failed to produce a lap in qualifying that was fast enough to see him on the grid on Sunday on merit, while Will Stevens had a fuel system problem ahead of qualifying that would ultimately end his weekend. Manor then required a repreive from the stewards in order to take to the grid in 2015, their first Grand Prix of the season, even if it was with only one car. Though he may have been three laps down at the finish it was some justification that Mehri was still running at the chequered flag. 19 GPWEEK.com // 19 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> MALAYSIA PARTNERS: