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21 Octubre 2017, 07:35 | Gerardo Tarin
Ricciardo was fifth in the second Red Bull on 1m 35.514s, while Alonso stayed in play after his problems this morning and took a respectable seventh on 1m 36.304s. "There was one moment in the beginning when I was shouting in my helmet".
Sebastian Vettel was mystified by the formal reprimand he received at the Japanese Grand Prix for missing the national anthem ceremony before the start of the race. Alain Prost and Sebastian Vettel trail Schumacher and Fangio with four titles each, and then Lewis Hamilton sits in a 5th place tie with five other drivers with three career Formula One championships.
"I don't really have a position, and I don't have any plans (to kneel)", Hamilton said during a Thursday press conference at COTA.
"I wouldn't say it was comfortable it is never comfortable but it was a good day".
This morning CoTA was worryingly overcast, evoking memories of the 2015 race when it poured, and the first practice session began in drizzle that necessitated Pirelli's intermediate tyres.
"Winning is the goal and all my drive and energy goes on that mission. We're going for it", said the defiant four-time world champion. I can be aggressive here and even more so this year because the front tyre doesn't give up.
The New Zealand-born racer will, however, face a grid penalty this weekend along with Hulkenberg, Vandoorne and Verstappen.
"It was normal and it can always be better but it's only Friday, we'll see tomorrow", Raikkonen said.
With temperatures forecast to continue at around 30C, it may be that conditions favour Ferrari's faster, but less reliable car at a track that Hamilton, chasing a sixth overall US GP win, relishes.
"I thought Hartley did a fine job", said Sky F1's Martin Brundle.
"The rule is clear, but well". That is a priority. "I honestly couldn't care less if it's here on the last race, as long as it's done". Of the leading four, the German had the toughest session. So, we lost a set of tires, and then again, towards the end of the session, I felt that something was not right with the car. Tomorrow we will have more planned running and less trouble.
There are as many quadruple world champions in Formula One as presidential faces on Mount Rushmore.
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