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The Flying Lap, Episode 38: Singapore Debrief with ScabsF1 & Timo Glock
September 29, 2011
Duration: 1:04:59
The SingTel Singapore GP was another Seb Vettel classic. Jenson Button set fastest lap towards the end of the race in his McLaren-Mercedes but Red Bull's World Champion otherwise stole all the stats. He won the pole, he quickly disappeared from the pack and he led every lap. Behind, other races-within-races were taking place. Jenson Button won the battle for second place and Mark Webber beat Fernando Alonso into the lower podium position. What was it like, though, for the drivers in less competitive cars? Timo Glock, lead driver for Marussia Virgin F1, joins us live from Germany to discuss his weekend in Singapore, his season to date - and the team's new technical partnership with McLaren. We also discuss technical developments with the excellent Craig Scarborough, a familiar face on The Flying Lap and an engineer-journalist respected the full length of the F1 pit-lane for his attention to detail, constant creativity and lucid descriptions of the complicated.

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Racing Record Notes

DateGrand PrixConstructorGridFinishPoints
June 13, 2004CanadianJordan-Ford1672
September 26, 2004ChineseJordan-Ford16150
October 10, 2004JapaneseJordan-Ford17150
October 24, 2004BrazilianJordan-Ford17150
March 16, 2008AustralianToyota18Retired0
March 23, 2008MalaysianToyota10Retired0
April 6, 2008BahrainToyota1390
April 27, 2008Spanish14110
May 11, 2008TurkishToyota15130
May 25, 2008MonacoToyota10120
June 8, 2008CanadianToyota1145
June 22, 2008FrenchToyota8110
July 6, 2008BritishToyota12120
July 20, 2008GermanToyota11Retired0
August 3, 2008HungarianToyota528
August 24, 2008EuropeanToyota1372
September 7, 2008BelgianToyota1390
September 14, 2008ItalianToyota9110
September 28, 2008SingaporeToyota745
October 12, 2008JapaneseToyota8Retired0
October 19, 2008ChineseToyota1272
November 2, 2008BrazilianToyota1063
March 29, 2009AustralianToyota1945
April 5, 2009MalaysianToyota333
April 19, 2009ChineseToyota1972
April 26, 2009BahrainToyota272
May 10, 2009SpanishToyota6100
May 24, 2009MonacoToyota19100
June 27, 2009TurkishToyota1381
June 21, 2009BritishToyota890
July 12, 2009GermanToyota2090
July 26, 2009HungarianToyota1363
August 23, 2009EuropeanToyota13140
August 30, 2009BelgianToyota7100
September 13, 2009ItalianToyota16110
September 27, 2009SingaporeToyota628

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