The Russian team pilot Red Bull Daniel Kvyat, acting in the world championship racing in the class “Formula-1″, showed the best result in the second free practice of Grand Prix of Japan. His time of 1 minute seconds 48,277.

The second and third results showed the German Mercedes drivers Nico Rosberg (1.48,300) and Briton Lewis Hamilton (1.48,853).

Kvyat for the second time in his career he won in free practice in the framework of the Grand Prix “Formula-1″. A week ago, the Russian won the second free practice at the Grand Prix of Singapore, notes TASS. In qualifying he then showed the fourth result, and the race to sixth.

In first practice at Suzuka Kvyat showed the second result (1.49,938). Having squeezed between the Spaniard Carlos Sincem from Toro Rosso (1.49,434) and Nico Rosberg (1.50,077). Due to bad weather conditions, quick circles then showed only 12 out of 20 riders.

Kvyat himself emphasized that the results of the first two free practice of Grand Prix of Japan mean nothing, because they took place in the rain.

“Today’s results mean nothing, to be honest – pilot cites “Sport-Express”. – They would be good, and if tomorrow it rained. But I don’t think this weather will last the entire weekend. It was quite slippery. Especially when the rain got stronger”.

Saturday will be the third free practice and the qualification of the Grand Prix of Japan. The program will finish the stage race on Sunday.

Add that Kvyat took eighth place in the championship table. In the asset Russian rider 66 points.




Daniil Kvyat for the second time in a row won a free practice in the “Formula-1″ 25.09.2015

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