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2014 Singapore Grand Prix build-up in pictures

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Ferrari, 2014

Pictures from the build-up to the Singapore Grand Prix.

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Keith Collantine
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5 comments on “2014 Singapore Grand Prix build-up in pictures”

  1. At least they made sure they got the sponsors on there…

  2. The Security Guard and Sebastian Vettel! I see a Caption competition coming up

  3. No Sauber photos. The only thing Sauber related is Sutil @ the press conference. Good job Keith! Very objective and unbiased! 45 photographs. 1/45.
    Monza 3/ 39.
    Spa 0/42.
    Hungary 1/30 (Sutil @ the press conference).

    That’s add up to 5/156 or a 3,2% of Sauber related photographs. If you take into account that 2 of them where at a press conference with other 5 fellow drivers that drops the average to 1,9%. If you also take into account that Certina had the special livery for the 10 years relationship with Sauber…that will drop the average to 0%.

    Nobody wants a fair F1. Not even “independent” journalists. Everything said is just characters to fill websites. Of course I don’t even expect a 9% of Sauber photos (1/11), I understand Ferrari, RedBull and Mercedes are way more important. http://www.grandprix247 or

    1. @mumito I don’t know what those figures are supposed to represent but hundreds of pictures of the Sauber team have been published here this year, including in the last few races, as a simple search will demonstrate:

      Trying to draw conclusions about my opinions of different teams by counting the number of pictures of each of them is a waste of time as I’m sure most people would appreciate.

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