Formula 1 - Season 2019

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    I will be careful to make a forecast for 2020 now.:P

    But maybe......
     
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    Grand Prix of Brasil in Sao Paulo

    First Free Practice:

    1. Alexander Albon THA Red Bull 1:16,142
    2. Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes + 0,551
    3. Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 0,899
    4. Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari 1,143
    5. Carlos Sainz ESP McLaren 1,644
    6. Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault 1,757
    7. Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault 1,843
    8. Pierre Gasly FRA Toro Rosso 1,958
    9. Daniil Kwjat RUS Toro Rosso 2,123
    10. Lando Norris GBR McLaren 2,417
    11. Robert Kubica GBR Williams 2,637
    12. Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas 3,105
    13. Lance Stroll CAN Racing Point 3,272
    14. Kimi Räikkönen FIN Alfa Romeo 3,390
    15. Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo 3,458
    16. Nicholas Latifi CAN Williams 3,868
    17. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas no time
    18. Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point no time
    19. Max Verstappen NED Red Bull no time
    20. Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes no time
     
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    Grand Prix of Brasil in Sao Paulo

    Second Free Practice:

    1. Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 1:09,217
    2. Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari +0,021
    3. Max Verstappen NED Red Bull 0,134
    4. Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 0,156
    5. Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 0,223
    6. Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas 0,926
    7. Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault 0,977
    8. Kimi Räikkönen FIN Alfa Romeo 0,993
    9. Alexander Albon THA Red Bull 1,058
    10. Carlos Sainz ESP McLaren 1,093
    11. Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault 1,108
    12. Pierre Gasly FRA Toro Rosso 1,135
    13. Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo 1,202
    14. Daniil Kwjat RUS Toro Rosso 1,207
    15. Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point 1,226
    16. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas 1,287
    17. Lance Stroll CAN Racing Point 1,351
    18. Lando Norris GBR McLaren 1,481
    19. George Russell GBR Williams 2,601
    20. Robert Kubica POL Williams no time
     
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    Third Free Practice:

    1.Lewis Hamilton 1:08.320

    2.Max Verstappen 1:08.346 + 0.026 18
    3.Charles Leclerc 1:08.611 + 0.291 20
    4.Sebastion Vettel 1:08.664 + 0.344 22
    5.Alex Albon 1:09.136 + 0.816 17
    6.Valtteri Bottas 1:09.201 + 0.881 20
    7.Daniil Kwjat 1:09.415 + 1.095 22
    8.Antonio Giovinazzi 1:09.462 + 1.142 20
    9.Lando Norris 1:09.585 + 1.265 18
    10.Carlos Sainz Jr. 1:09.588 + 1.268 21
    11 Kimi Räikkönen 1:09.619 + 1.299 21
    12 Pierre Gasly 1:09.625 + 1.305 19
    13.Nico Hülkenberg 1:09.650 + 1.330 17
    14.Kevin Magnussen 1:09.713 + 1.393 18
    15.Daniel Ricciardo 1:09.761 + 1.441 17
    16.Romain Grosjean 1:09.798 + 1.478 20
    17.Sergio Perez 1:09.995 + 1.675 19
    18.Lance Stroll 1:10.312 + 1.992 16
    19.George Russell 1:10.843 + 2.523 19
    20.Robert Kubica 1:11.205 + 2.885 2


    Grand Prix of Brasil in Sao Paulo

    Starting Grid:


    1. Max Verstappen NED Red Bull
    2. Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari
    3. Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes
    4. Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes
    5. Alexander Albon THA Red Bull
    6. Pierre Gasly FRA Toro Rosso
    7. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas
    8. Kimi Räikkönen FIN Alfa Romeo
    9. Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas
    10. Lando Norris GBR McLaren
    11. Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault
    12. Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo
    13. Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault
    14. Charles Leclerc * MON Ferrari
    15. Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point
    16. Daniil Kwjat RUS Toro Rosso
    17. Lance Stroll CAN Racing Point
    18. George Russell GBR Williams
    19. Robert Kubica POL Williams
    20. Carlos Sainz ESP McLaren


    * Grid Penalty 10 Places (Enginechange)
     
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    Looking forward to the race!!!
     
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    Max will make a fuck up under pressure. Ferrari will fuck up their tactics. And as usual Lewis will nip in and take the victory.
     
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    Remember last Year Race ?



     
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    Ferrari is the stupidest and DUMBEST Team !!!!!!

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    What a great Finish,the best Race in 2019.:yay:

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    Grand Prix of Brasil in Sao Paulo


    INOFFICIAL Final result after 71 Laps:


    1. Max Verstappen NED Red Bull
    2. Pierre Gasly FRA Toro Rosso + 6,077
    3. Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 6,139
    4. Carlos Sainz ESP McLaren 8,869
    5. Kimi Räikkönen FIN Alfa Romeo 9,452
    6. Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo 10,201
    7. Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault 10,541
    8. Lando Norris GBR McLaren 11,204
    9. Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point 11,529
    10. Daniil Kwjat RUS Toro Rosso 11,931
    11. Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas 12,732
    12. Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault 18,059
    13. George Russell GBR Williams 13,599
    14. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas 14,247
    15. Alexander Albon THA Red Bull 14,927
    16. Robert Kubica POL Williams 1 Runde

    Out: Valtteri Bottas (FIN/Mercedes), Charles Leclerc (MON/Ferrari), Sebastian Vettel (GER/Ferrari)
     
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    Official result:

    1. Max Verstappen NED Red Bull 1:33:14,678
    2. Pierre Gasly FRA Toro Rosso + 6,077
    3. Carlos Sainz ESP McLaren 8,869
    4. Kimi Räikkönen FIN Alfa Romeo 9,452
    5. Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo 10,201
    6. Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault 10,541
    7. Lewis Hamilton * GBR Mercedes 11,139
    8. Lando Norris GBR McLaren 11,204
    9. Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point 11,529
    10. Daniil Kwjat RUS Toro Rosso 11,931
    11. Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas 12,732
    12. George Russell GBR Williams 13,599
    13. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas 14,247
    14. Alexander Albon THA Red Bull 14,927
    15. Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault 18,059
    16. Robert Kubica POL Williams 1 Runde

    * Five Second Penalty - Cause Collision with Albon.

    Fastest Lap: Bottas 1:10,698 (43.)

    Out: Valtteri Bottas (FIN/Mercedes), Sebastian Vettel (GER/Ferrari), Charles Leclerc (MON/Ferrari), Lance Stroll (CAN/Racing Point)




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    What a bloody amazing day for McLaren finally back in the top three.
     
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    :yay:

    Finally,the best Signs for next Year.:)

    The only good Thing on todays another Ferrari Desaster:

    2 Teammates - they will "kill" each other....that is what we want to see,no bloody Teamorder.:)
     
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    2072 days
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    1 group of loyal fans

    Good things come to those who wait... ⏳
    McLaren FINALLY BACK IN THE TOP 3!
     
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    I think he handled the pressure well...
     
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    Before the LAST Grand Pix:

    FIA confiscates Ferrari Gasoline Systems

    Ferrari's Formula 1 engines are further challenged. After the FIA recently clarified the rules, they directly intervene in Brazil with an investigation: After the race, engine components were confiscated in São Paulo for further checks by FIA engineers.

    Over the last few weeks, the RV had previously tried to clarify fuel flow with two Technical Directives (TD 035-19 and 038-19). The question in the room: Are Ferrari tricking to bypass the limit on gasoline flow (100 kilograms per hour) and thus generate more power? The first directive had come at the request of Red Bull, the second followed shortly thereafter.

    No official protest against Ferrari - still parts recovered

    It is clear that the fuel flow meter that monitors the boundary must not be installed in such a way that its measurements are influenced. And additional flammable liquids from intercoolers, air collectors or the energy recovery system must not end up in the combustion chamber of the engine. Evidence that Ferrari is using one of these tricks is not known.

    Red Bull, in recent weeks leading critics of the Ferrari performance, waived despite all the hints on the US weekend then but an official protest. Instead, the FIA has initiated an investigation of its own accord. The colleagues from 'Auto Motor und Sport' report that in Brazil gasoline systems were fed by three cars: that of a Ferrari, that of a customer Ferrari and that of another manufacturer.

    Apparently, in order to curb the increasingly escalating rumors and finally create clear conditions before the end of the season. According to 'AMuS', fuel lines were drawn in between the flow rate sensor and the engine. The very area that was questioned.
    Ferrari sticks with it: we do not cheat

    Ferrari himself held firm in Brazil to their version of things: There is no deception, on their F1 engines, everything is compliant. In Brazil, although Ferrari had the upper hand in the sectors one and three - both with extra long straights - though not quite so clearly. Their standard explanation for the vanished power advantage since the US is that they have more downforce and thus more drag on the car.

    The critics felt themselves confirmed - Ferrari was suddenly no longer in front, because they had stopped their now classified as illegal trick.

    The fastest car of the weekend was in Brazil finally Red Bull: Max Verstappen cleared with pole and victory from large, Ferrari pilots cleared themselves only from. But even in normal racing Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc would have been able to fight for more than the podium.

    https://www.motorsport-magazin.com/...nahmt-ferrari-benzinsysteme-motor-power-unit/
     
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    Completed 2020 driver lineup and car numbers

    Mercedes
    Lewis Hamilton - #44
    Valtteri Bottas - #77

    Ferrari
    Sebastian Vettel - #5
    Charles Leclerc - #16

    Red Bull
    Alex Albon - #23
    Max Verstappen - #33

    McLaren
    Lando Norris - #4
    Carlos Sainz - #55

    Renault
    Daniel Ricciardo - #3
    Esteban Ocon - #31

    Toro Rosso
    Pierre Gasly - #10
    Daniil Kvyat - #26

    Racing Point
    Sergio Perez - #11
    Lance Stroll - #18

    Alfa Romeo
    Kimi Raikkonen - #7
    Antonio Giovinazzi - #99

    Haas
    Romain Grosjean - #8
    Kevin Magnussen - #20

    Williams
    George Russell - #63
    Nicholas Latifi = #TBC
     
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    Thank you,Amanda.:)

    Where are the Times when excellent German Drivers "overflow" Formula One ......
    One left and,to be honest,actual not the "Creme de la Creme"....
     
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    I always think banked corners look very spectacular. It's a shame we don't see more of them on the calendar these days.

    I fear for the cars, however, trying to manage a banked corner with nothing between them and the track but four Pijelly gumboots.
     
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    Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi

    First Free Practice:

    1. Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes 1:36,957
    2. Max Verstappen NED Red Bull + 0,535
    3. Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes 0,634
    4. Alexander Albon THA Red Bull 1,127
    5. Sebastian Vettel GER Ferrari 1,949
    6. Romain Grosjean FRA Haas 2,189
    7. Charles Leclerc MON Ferrari 2,292
    8. Kevin Magnussen DEN Haas 2,393
    9. Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo 2,466
    10. Nico Hülkenberg GER Renault 2,548
    11. Lando Norris GBR McLaren 2,671
    12. Lance Stroll CAN Racing Point 2,907
    13. Kimi Räikkönen FIN Alfa Romeo 2,931
    14. Sergio Perez MEX Racing Point 2,944
    15. Daniil Kwjat RUS Toro Rosso 3,012
    16. Pierre Gasly FRA Toro Rosso 3,444
    17. Carlos Sainz ESP McLaren 3,730
    18. Robert Kubica GBR Williams 3,835
    19. Daniel Ricciardo AUS Renault 3,893
    20. George Russell GBR Williams 4,405

    ......aaaand Seb again:

     
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