Formula 1 for the first time in India

Massa was fastest on the first day, although stray dogs on the track.
Brazilian driver Felipe Massa of Ferrari achieved the fastest time on the first day of free practice for the Grand Prix of India. Sunday's race was held for the first time in history in this country as his home track is Buddh International.

Mass recording its best performance in the second session when he stopped the timing of 1:25,706 minutes of the second, just 0.088 seconds, two-ranked champion Sebastian Vettel (GER) with Red Bull, and others remained teammate Massa Fernando Alonso in Ferrari , who also went under 1:26 min - 1:25,930. The Spaniard had problems in the morning session when he made only 4 laps because of engine trouble.

Fourth time in the afternoon gave Lewis Hamilton McLaren (1:26,454). In the morning session, the Englishman was the fastest of all, only managed to go below 1:27 min lap. Just then, the 2009 champion blew when speed exceeds the yellow flag flown and was punished by the stewards. The penalty is to start with 3 places behind the position to win in today's qualification.

Besides Hamilton had serious care and Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher. In the morning session two Germans finished fifth and sixth, but the afternoon recorded the 19th and 21 th time.

Organizers even had to watch not only pilots but also stray dogs that wander around the trails. Some of them came on the track and stop this practice for some time.

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