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21 October 2007 @ 11:41 am
brazil gp: qualifying  

Driver Team Time Laps
1 F Massa (BRA) Ferrari 1:11.931
2 L Hamilton (GBR) McLaren 1:12.082
3 K Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari 1:12.322
4 F Alonso (ESP) McLaren 1:12.356
5 M Webber (AUS) Red Bull 1:12.928
6 N Heidfeld (DEU) BMW 1:13.081
7 R Kubica (POL) BMW 1:13.129
8 J Trulli (ITA) Toyota 1:13.195
9 D Coulthard (GBR) Red Bull 1:13.372
10 N Rosberg (DEU) Williams 1:13.477
11 R Barrichello (BRA) Honda 1:12.932
12 G Fisichella (ITA) Renault 1:12.968
13 S Vettel (DEU) Toro Rosso 1:13.058
14 V Liuzzi (ITA) Toro Rosso 1:13.251
15 R Schumacher (DEU) Toyota 1:13.315
16 J Button (GBR) Honda 1:13.469
17 H Kovalainen (FIN) Renault 1:14.078
18 T Sato (JPN) Super Aguri 1:14.098
19 K Nakajima (JPN) Williams 1:14.417
20 A Davidson (GBR) Super Aguri 1:14.596
21 A Sutil (DEU) Spyker 1:15.217
22 S Yamamoto (JPN) Spyker 1:15.487

Sebastian Vettel, Toro Rosso (13th, 1m 13.058s):
“A few races ago if you had said I would be 13th on the grid in the Brazil I would have been very happy and it shows we are definitely making progress. It was quite a difficult session and at first the car did not work as well as it did in the morning, but we played around with tyre pressures and it got better in the end. I think the track got slower in the early part of qualifying. With two quite soft tyre specifications, tomorrow's race could be interesting, especially when running on the softer of the two. Now we have to give a lot of thought to our strategy for tomorrow afternoon. Of course, some dark clouds and rain would suit us better for tomorrow, but let's see what happens in what is always a tough race round this track.”

And Tonio Luizzi has a pretty interesting strategy for tomorrow:
Vitantonio Liuzzi, Toro Rosso (14th, 1m 13.251s):
“[...] My strategy tomorrow? I think I should do whatever Sebastian does as it seemed to work quite well in the last two races!”