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Brawn GP and Their 12 Minutes of Practice Three!

  At 11:00 Brazilian time (15:00 British time), the skies around Sao Paulo were as black as could be. The rain was falling and the session was delayed as the medical helicopter was unable to take off. There was only one hour available due to FIA rules, which state that there must be no less than two hours between practice three and qualifying. By 11:30 the rain was still falling, thunder was bellowing out around the circuit, and I was becoming ever more confident that we weren’t going to see any action at all! But what did this mean for Brawn? Well, it wasn’t good news! Although Jenson had looked pretty good yesterday, neither driver had actually found a balance set up for qualifying and Rubens had looked extremely shaky in practice tw...

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