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GP Week : Issue 223
QUALIFYING The Mercedes powered Lotus’ also had pace, making competition for the top ten particularly ferocious.With Mercedes, Ferrari and Williams at the front it leaves just four points paying positions to race for and as many as eight cars vying for them. Brake problems for Romain Grosjean gave a glimmer of hope that there may be a chance for others to elbow the Frenchman out of the top ten. A power circuit, Austria has three big braking events each lap, placing an emphasis on the ability to slow the car and accelerate clearnly. It favoured engines with punch, something both the Honda and Renault lacked. Mercedes could therefore rightly be expected to dominate with the Sauber’s likely to be a contender for points should the cookie crumble in its favour. Ferrari would prove a factor, but just how real its practice pace was would only become clear on Sunday afternoon. 24 GPWEEK.com // 24 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> AUSTRIA PARTNERS: