Practice Sessions

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2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series - Broadcasting - United States
... Race XXVI along with the Gatorade Duels, practice sessions, and all qualifying and practice sessions (except for Daytona qualifying, which aired on Fox) were all broadcast on ... Qualifying and practice sessions will remain on Speed ... Most qualifying sessions will air on ESPN2, practice sessions and some qualifying will be shared by SPEED and ESPN2 ...
2009 Australian Grand Prix - Report - Practice and Qualifying
... "In both sessions sector two was working particularly well ... Nico Rosberg, after topping the timesheets in both Friday sessions and his thoughts on how well the Williams FW31 was comparing against his rivals ... Three practice sessions were held before the race the first was held on Friday morning and the second on Friday afternoon ...
2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Report - Practice
... keeping with FIA regulations that state the practice and qualifying sessions must be run under the same conditions as the race, the practice sessions were run in the late afternoon and early evening so as to ... The sessions were dominated by the McLaren team, with Lewis Hamilton spending most of his time on or near the very top of the timing sheets He set the early standard in the first session, producing a fastest lap of ... Heikki Kovalainen struggled initially, but eventually set the fastest time of the second session – 141.307, two-tenths of a second faster than team-mate Hamilton ...
A1 Grand Prix Pointscoring Systems - Race Weekend
... The race weekend started with two one-hour practice sessions held on the Friday, and then another on the Saturday morning ... A two-hour qualifying session took place on Saturday afternoon, and two races took place on Sunday ... Primarily, the three practice sessions were for car setup and track familiarisation before the official competition began with Saturday qualifying ...

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    To know how to be content, and to be so, protects one from disgrace; to know self-restraint and practice it protects one from shame.
    —Chinese proverb.

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