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McHouserphy
19/03/2017, 16:45
FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2017 – GP Nº 1
ROLEX AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX



Melbourne .
Albert Park .

Australian Grand Prix Corporation,
220 Albert Park,
South Melbourne,
VIC 3205
AUSTRALIA

HORARIOS:
Viernes 24 de Marzo :

Prácticas Libres, Sesión 1 : Horario Local : 12:00 a 13:30 - España : 02:00 a 03:30 - GMT : 00:00 a 01:30
Prácticas Libres, Sesión 2 : Horario Local : 16:00 a 17:30 - España : 06:00 a 07:30 - GMT : 04:00 a 05:30


Sábado 25 de Marzo :

Prácticas Libres, Sesión 3 : Horario Local : 14:00 a 15:00 - España : 04:00 a 05:00 - GMT : 02:00 a 03:00
Clasificatorias de Parrilla de Salida : Horario Local :17:00 a 18:00 - España : 07:00 a 08:00 - GMT : 05:00 a 06:00


Domingo 26 de Marzo :

ADELANTO DE UNA HORA EN CEE : a las 02:00AM pasarán a ser las 03:00AM
CARRERA: Horario Local: 16:00 - España: 07:00 - GMT: 05:00


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Cómo es el lugar habitualmente, y cuando hay GP :
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DATOS DE PISTA:
Fecha de creación : 1996
Primer Gran Premio de F1 : 10/03/1996
Grandes Premios organizados : 21
Capacidad de espectadores : 80000
Longitud del trazado : 5303 mm
Latitud : 37.850060 S
Longitud :144.968989 E
Altitud : 6,11 m sobre el nivel del mar
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Longitud: 5.303 metros.

Número de Vueltas: 58.
Longitud total de carrera: 307,574Km.
Compensación línea de salida: 377m.
Carga aerodinámica: Alta.
Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Alto.
Agarre del asfalto: Bajo.
Tipo de neumático: Blando.
Desgaste de neumáticos: Bajo.


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Curvas: 16.
Curvas a derecha: 10.
Curvas a izquierda: 6.
Longitud del Pit lane 281 m
Tiempo pit lane 22,6 seg a 60Km/H
Altura de bordillos bajos
Asfalto liso
Velocidad máxima : 335 kmh
Velocidad Mínima : 85 kmh
Demora por 10 Kg : 0,21 seg por vuelta
Efectividad por cada 10cv : 0,18 seg por vuelta
Gas a fonfo :69%
Tiempo de frenado : 15,6 seg.
Pico de frenado : 2.467 kw


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Neumáticos suministrados por Pirelli:
Exta = Ultra Blando (Violeta) ,Option = Super Blando (Rojo), Prime = Blando (Amarillo)
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Ventana Pit Stop a 1 parada Vueltas 29 a 34
Ventana Pit Stop a 2 paradas Vueltas 21 a 25 y 35 a 43
Ventana Pit Stop a 3 paradas Vueltas 15 a 18 , 29 a 33 y 42 a 47


Datos Brembo de Frenada:
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laoSUH9PZEM

· Piloto con más Poles: 5 L. Hamilton
· Escudería con más Poles: 5 Ferrari
· Piloto con más victorias: 4 M. Schumacher
· Escudería con más Victorias: 6 Ferrari

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· Mejor vuelta: M. Schumacher - 1:24,215 (2004, Ferrari)
· Mejor pole: S.Vettel - 1:23,529 (2011, Red Bull)
· Pole 2016: L. Hamilton - 1:23,837 (Mercedes)
· Vuelta rápida 2016: D. Ricciardo - 1:28,997 (Red Bull)
· Podium 2016: 1º: N. Rosberg (Mercedes) - 2º : L. Hamilton (Mercedes) - 3º: S. Vettel (Ferrari)

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Vuelta virtual a Albert Park:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTeYgLDSki4

Melbourne es un trazado urbano muy virado, situado en el parque llamado Albert Park. Es rápido pero bastante deslizante, por lo que los pilotos ponen los reglajes del monoplaza con mucho apoyo aerodinámico.

Es el típico circuito de acelerón y frenada, donde sólo la zona entre las curvas 10 a 13 exige de la habilidad del piloto para marcar buenos tiempos, el resto es compromiso de reglaje del coche y tipo de neumático, en el que tanto los frenos como los motores están sometidos a una gran dureza.

Los reglajes de suspensión se taran con una dureza media para dar estabilidad a la frenada, punto importante en este trazado, y evitar de esta manera un desgaste excesivo de los neumáticos.

No se puede ignorar la variable meteorología en esta época del año en Melbourne, con lo que conlleva a la hora de elegir neumáticos en una pista de tan particulares características de agarre, ya que por ella ruedan vehículos durante todo el año, por lo que el grip es mínimo el viernes, algo mejor el sábado, y el domingo es bueno, pero al final de la carrera; Cosa que no ocurre con los baches, que aunque siempre están en abundancia, algunos cambian de lugar año tras año.

Histograma del uso del acelerador
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Australia 2016, Resumen FOM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FP1jPCb65g



# PALMARÉS


2016: N. Rosberg (Mercedes)
2015: L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
2014: N. Rosberg (Mercedes)
2013: K. Raïkkönen (Lotus)
2012: J.Button (McLaren)
2011: S. Vettel (Red Bull)
2010: J.Button (McLaren)
2009: J. Button (Brawn)
2008: L. Hamilton (McLaren)
2007: K. Raïkkönen (Ferrari)
2006: F. Alonso (Renault)
2005: G. Fisichella (Renault)
2004: M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
2003: D. Coulthard (McLaren)
2002: M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
2001: M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
2000: M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
1999: E. Irvine (Ferrari)
1998: M.Hakkinen (McLaren)
1997: D. Coulthard (McLaren)
1996: D. Hill (Williams)

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Enlaces / Links :

Web oficial del circuito de Australia (http://www.grandprix.com.au/)
Página Oficial de la F1 (http://www.formula1.com)
Datos FIA (http://www.fia.com/championship/events/fia-formula-one-world-championship/season-2017/australian-grand-prix)
Datos Pirelli (http://www.pirelli.com/tyre/ww/en/news/2017/03/)
Free Live Timing (https://f1.tfeed.net/)


Carreras en Internet:
[o]f1-latinoamerica-f1-live-stream-online (http://canalenvivogratis.com/canal-f1-latinoamerica/)
[o]vipbox-f1-live-stream-online (https://www.vipbox.nu/sports/formula-1.html)
[o]http://carracingdr.blogspot.com.es/p/formula-1.htm (http://carracingdr.blogspot.com.es/p/formula-1.html)


Noticias en Español:
[o]GPUpdate.net/es (http://gpupdate.net/es)
[o]CarandDriverTheF1.com (http://www.caranddriverthef1.com/)
[o]Motor21.com (http://motor21.com/sobre/formula-1/)
[o]BoxGP.com (http://lat.motorsport.com/f1/[/URL] <br /> [o][URL=&quot;http://www.boxgp.com/)


Noticias en Inglés:
[o]F1.com (http://f1.com/)
[o]f1technical.net (http://www.f1technical.net/)
[o]motorsport.com (http://http:/www.motorsport.com/)
[o]f1fanatic.co.uk (http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/)
[o]f1today.net (https://www.f1today.net/en/)
[o]UBS.com (https://www.ubs.com/microsites/formula1/en/home.html)


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McHouserphy
19/03/2017, 16:48
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Resumen del uso de neumáticos :


El compuesto extra (siempre el más blando) solo es para Q3 y carrera, teniendo que devolver el juego utilizado en Q3 al finalizar la sesión.

Quien pase a Q3, saldrá en carrera con el juego utilizado en su mejor tiempo en Q2.
En carrera hay que, obligatoriamente, usar al menos dos compuestos de los tres disponibles, salvo que la carrera sea declarada en mojado.



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McHouserphy
19/03/2017, 16:49
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Otros métodos para ver las carreras en directo:

http://canalenvivogratis.com/canal-f1-latinoamerica/

En esta web hay que tener especial cuidado en no descargar nada de lo que proponga. ABSOLUTAMENTE NADA!.:sherlock::miedito:
Ppara cerrar las últiples ventanas con publicidad, hay que pulsar en la x más pequeña que aparezca (generalmente grisacea y en la mitad izquierda superior de la ventana a cerrar):evil5:, pero no en la x de la esquina superior derecha de cada ventana que se vaya a cerrar , repito, no la de la barra superior de ventana y habitualmente destinada para salir.


Ace Stream Televisión
Para visualizar algunos canales hay que estar registrado de forma gratuita con un correo eléctronico y una clave. Desde el 1 de Septiembre de 2015 Google Chrome no admite complementos NPAPI para sistemas Windows. Por lo tanto hay que instalar el navegador Mozilla Firefox, u otro que si lo admita.

Atención , para los usuarios de Firefox, las versiones 52 y posteriores, no permiten la instalación del plugin de Acestream, por lo que es necesario reinstalar una versión previa, esto significa que se pueden seguir uasndo los plugins que ya se tenían instalados y que en la V52 ya no están operativos.




[*=1]El reinstalar una versión previa no supone la pérdida de nada en el Firefox que ya se tiene funcionando.
[*=1]No es necesario desinstalar nada.
[*=1]Se puede volver a la versión 52 o posterior en cuanto se desee, basta con aceptar la actualización.



En esta página de Firefox de pueden descargar las versiones previas, Seleccionar el sistema operativo y la versión 51:
https://support.mozilla.org/t5/Templates/Instalar-una-versi%C3%B3n-anterior-de-Firefox/ta-p/9990

Luego instalar el aceStream si no se tiene instalado.

Este sistema funciona usando el visualizador multimedia VideoLanCenter -VLC- y usa como protocolo el ACE Stream.
Resumiendo:
1º Instalar o tener ya, Firefox. [ https://support.mozilla.org/t5/Templates/Instalar-una-versi%C3%B3n-anterior-de-Firefox/ta-p/9990 ]
2º Instalar o tener ya, VideoLanCenter (VLC) [ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ ]
3º Instalar AceStream [ http://acestream.org/ ]
4º Ir a la página de los enlaces y abrir el que interese. Se supone que aquí será el de F1.:risitas:


Aquí se facilitan los enlaces permanentes a los canales de Ace Stream desde sus webs correspondientes:
http://canalesacestream.blogspot.com.es/


Existen muchos streams de F1 en internet, pero los dos métodos descritos están comprobados. :putersmile1::guay:

yorch
19/03/2017, 18:37
Mi experiencia (el año pasado la segui por acestream):

-En el PC tengo Acestream y Aceplayer y uso Chrome. Lo primero de todo,abrir Aceplayer. Luego voy a la página de canalesacestream, pincho en los link de Arenavision que pongan la F1 (suele haber dos para elegir) y le doy al "play", entonces me abre una nueva ventana de Aceplayer donde carga el video tras unos segundos (donde te dicen el numero de trackers que tiene), y ya puedo cerrar la primera ventana de aceplayer que habia abierto (sin tenerla no me va).

Lo comento porque yo no tenia necesidad de usar firefox ni de registrarme en ningun sitio.

Otro sitio de acestream que me solia ir muy bien, pero en ingles, es este:

http://www.livefootballol.me/channels/sky-sports-f1-acestream.html

-En el ordenador, cero problemas, va perfecto. Pero, como es lógico, prefiero verlo en la TV y ahi tengo que tirar de Wifi: tablet conectada a la TV por HDMI. Aqui he tenido mas problemas con desconexiones en algunos GP's. No es cosa del Wifi porque Netflix o Youtube van como un tiro, creo que mas cosa del reproductor, a ver si este año consigo afinarlo. Ademas, aqui el acestream sí te pide un registro, cosa que en PC no hace falta.

llumia
19/03/2017, 19:32
Muchas gracias, por abrir el hilo McH :number_one::7adorar-abuchear::7adorar-abuchear::7adorar-abuchear::7adorar-abuchear::7adorar-abuchear:

McHouserphy
19/03/2017, 22:16
:gracias: Yorch :guay:

Bienvenidas sean todas las formas comprobadas de ver los GP :guay::chocala:

El método de pagar para que te lo pongan... :sherlock:... "no tiene mérito" :gaydude::roto2rie::juas:

Y gracias por nada :bruji2: , "es la costumbre" :gaydude::risitas::cunaooooo:

yorch
20/03/2017, 06:18
Gracias a ti Mch. Sobre ver la F1 en internet si quieres se podria abrir un hilo comentando estos temas para "ayudarnos" en la medida de lo posible.

Joer que ganas de que esto empiece...

llumia
20/03/2017, 18:58
Pirelli Motorsport‏Verified account @pirellisport (https://twitter.com/pirellisport) 3h3 hours ago (https://twitter.com/pirellisport/status/843826890192420864)Meet the #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash) circuit the first challenge #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash) 2017! http://bit.ly/Australian-GP (https://t.co/11ThlYnk67)

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llumia
20/03/2017, 19:55
https://d2snyq93qb0udd.cloudfront.net/prod/12753_the_circuit.jpg

Milan, March 20, 2017 - A new season is born with brand new rules that are among the most revolutionary in recent history. Added to tyres that are 25% wider and cars around five seconds per lap faster (compared to 2015) is a new tyre philosophy for 2017: less degradation and fewer peaks of temperature, allowing Formula 1 drivers to push hard during every stint.



MARIO ISOLA - HEAD OF CAR RACING: “The teams completed 7427 laps of Barcelona during pre-season testing, using all the compounds but concentrating on the medium and soft tyres, which were the ones best suited to Montmeló. In Melbourne, it's going to be interesting to collect more data on the ultrasoft and supersoft compounds, which we’ve not been able to fully assess up to now.

”WHAT’S NEW?
• Pirelli takes the ultrasoft compound to Australia for the first time.
• There are new rules governing race starts (where the drivers will have more clutch control) and re-starts after safety cars in wet conditions (from the grid).
• From Australia to Spain, teams will have identical tyre allocations: seven sets of the softest compound available, four sets of the middle compound, and two of the hardest compound. In Australia, these are ultrasoft, supersoft and soft (in order). From Monaco, normal rules apply: teams will select 10 sets of the 13 available. Pirelli will communicate the selections on the Tuesday, 10 days before the race.


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http://news.pirelli.com/global/en-ww/australia-2017-preview?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=2016-09-social&utm_content=post_2017-03-20

McHouserphy
21/03/2017, 03:10
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McHouserphy
21/03/2017, 14:45
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llumia
21/03/2017, 18:28
Dosier de prensa: http://www.fia.com/file/54387/download?token=r9mGwb_6

McHouserphy
21/03/2017, 22:32
Pongo la traducción del original en inglés :sherlock:https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/alonso-braced-for-difficult-weekend-despite-honda-progress-884256/
, porque la versión en castellano (https://es.motorsport.com/f1/news/alonso-espera-fin-de-semana-complicado-australia-884310/) la ha debido de traducir Carpanta :gaydude::roto2rie: y se ha comido lo que le ha dado la gana :facepalm:


Alonso se prepara para "un fin de semana difícil", a pesar del progreso de Honda
Por: Jonathan Noble , Editor de Fórmula 1

Fernando Alonso ha admitido que McLaren se prepara para un "fin de semana difícil" en Australia este fin de semana, a pesar de que Honda espera que haya avanzado con su motor de Fórmula 1.

El dos veces campeón del mundo sufrió un frustrante programa de pruebas de pretemporada, con la carrera de McLaren obstaculizada por la falta de fiabilidad y la falta de potencia de su nueva unidad de potencia de Honda.

Aunque Honda ha estado trabajando en curas para hacer frente a su mapeo de motor y confiabilidad, Alonso no se ilusiona con que las cosas sean dramáticamente diferentes cuando la temporada de F1 comience en Melbourne.

"Después de dos semanas difíciles de pruebas, estamos preparados para enfrentar un fin de semana difícil en Melbourne", dijo Alonso antes del GP de Australia.

"Haremos todo lo posible con lo que tenemos y hay mucho trabajo y colaboración en el equipo, pero la falta de tiempo antes de la primera carrera significa que tienes menos opciones para grandes cambios".

"El primer paso será trabajar en la confiabilidad antes de poder hacer cualquier suposición o predicción sobre las prestaciones, e intentaremos disfrutar el fin de semana tanto como podamos".

Curado de vibraciones

Además de centrarse en la causa de sus dramas de fiabilidad en las pruebas, Honda ha dedicado mucho tiempo a mejorar su mapeo de motores para el inicio de la temporada.

Se entiende que los problemas con la cartografía fueron la causa raíz de las vibraciones que llevaron a algunos de los problemas en las pruebas de Barcelona.

El jefe de Honda F1, Yusuke Hasegawa, ha dicho que el progreso se ha hecho con la cartografía y en otras áreas no especificadas.

"En términos de rendimiento, ha habido margen para mejorar el mapeo con el fin de tener una mejor capacidad de conducción, y con un análisis adicional pudimos hacer cambios adicionales para estar listos para Melbourne", dijo.

"Sabemos que estamos en la dirección correcta y continuaremos nuestros esfuerzos para aumentar nuestra competitividad a lo largo de la temporada".

Respuestas de McLaren

Para McLaren , que ha sondeado a Mercedes sobre un acuerdo de suministro de futuros clientes en caso de que Honda no haga el progreso necesario, este fin de semana será importante para entender mejor cómo se compara exáctamente con los rivales.

El director de carreras Eric Boullier dijo: "Será interesante para todos ver el orden jerárquico que surja a medida que pase cada sesión, así como dónde están nuestras propias fortalezas y debilidades, y estamos preparados para un fin de semana difícil".

"Nos acercaremos a esta temporada carrera por carrera, para nosotros Australia será el punto de referencia por el que podemos entender dónde estamos en relación con el resto del campo, y lo que tenemos que hacer para abordar los próximos grandes premios".

"No haremos promesas ni predicciones sobre nuestro rendimiento o resultados, pero McLaren y Honda seguirán valorando juntos en sociedad, y maximizarán todo lo que tenemos en nuestro paquete".

Fuente : https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/alonso-braced-for-difficult-weekend-despite-honda-progress-884256/

llumia
22/03/2017, 01:03
Interesante, que los problemas de vibraciones puedan ser debidos a "mapeados dramáticamente alejados del óptimo". Con tiempo, se curarán, el problema es que en la F1 el tiempo es un bien obscenamente escaso.

McHouserphy
22/03/2017, 01:30
Hmmm...:pensando:...

A mi no me cuadra tanto ese asunto... :pensando:... me explico:

Doy por supuesto que el motor ha pasado por el dyno, luego ya disponían de mapas :evil5:.

Cierto es que, montar la UP en una masa suspendida (como es el coche) no es igual que el el dyno, pero tan drástico es el cambio? :pelosdepunta::miedito:.

Me temo que no van por ahí los tiros :pensando:. Me temo que lo que han hecho, es mimimizar el problema :sherlock:, quitando agresividad vía mapa.

Obviamente, carezco de más evidencias :nuse1:, pero es que me extraña tanto que haya tales desviaciones entre el dyno y el coche real en este asunto de vibraciones, ondas, momentos y armónicos :sherlock:... me cuesta, si.

Aunque eso cuadra con lo que contaba aquel Sr Wazari de Honda motors que se jubilaba , y que puse en el hilo de temporada (http://www.f1-gears.com/showthread.php?t=657&p=86097&viewfull=1#post86097) (http://www.f1-gears.com/showthread.php?t=657&p=86097&viewfull=1#post86097):sherlock:):sherlock:, aquello que venía a decir que no testeaban en exceso los motores en el dyno, porque tenían cola de variantes para testar... :facepalm:...

Ajolá mesquivoque:gaydude::roto2rie:, digo, ojalá me equivoque, y entre una buena capa de silicona aislante, un depósito de aceite bien diseñado, y un buen mapa :sisi3:... "del tesoro".:gaydude::roto2rie::pirat4: :risitas::cunaooooo:

llumia
22/03/2017, 01:35
Sonaba demasiado bien :risitas:

Probablemente, la realidad sea más próxima a la Opción 2 que comentas, McH :miedito:

McHouserphy
22/03/2017, 01:41
Ya queda poco para empezar a verlo... :miedito:... 50 horas y bajando... :risitas:...

Teniendo en cuenta que la FP1 acaba a las 3:30 hora de aquí,... :pensando:... tendremos a mano una botellita de orujo para pimplárnosla en los primeros 90 minutos :susto2::drinks:... y así nos vamos alegres a la cama, pase lo que pase!. :roto2rie::risitas::juas::juas:

llumia
22/03/2017, 11:59
Primeras fotos de AMuS: VJM10: Detalle toma de aire principal: https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-d387d56c-1059730.jpg https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-d387d56c-1059730.jpg

llumia
22/03/2017, 12:02
FW40: Detalle suspensión trasera, disco de freno y pinza:

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Williams-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-4a133add-1059759.jpg

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Williams-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-4a133add-1059759.jpg

llumia
22/03/2017, 12:03
RB13: Detalle parte delantera del chasis:

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Red-Bull-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-b394c08-1059767.jpg

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Red-Bull-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-b394c08-1059767.jpg

llumia
22/03/2017, 12:27
Galería AMuS (Miércoles):

http://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/fotos-gp-australien-2017-bilder-galerie-mittwoch-11943785.html

llumia
22/03/2017, 12:49
Petr Hlawiczka‏ @hlawiczka (https://twitter.com/hlawiczka) 6m6 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/hlawiczka/status/844499901664952320) #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash) #AustralianGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AustralianGP?src=hash) New #Honda (https://twitter.com/hashtag/Honda?src=hash) engine at the back of #McLaren (https://twitter.com/hashtag/McLaren?src=hash) #MCL32 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MCL32?src=hash):
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7hEJckW4AAI4dP.jpg

llumia
22/03/2017, 13:37
Sauber C36: Ala en forma de "T":

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Sauber-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-f032583f-1059737.jpg

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Sauber-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-f032583f-1059737.jpg

llumia
22/03/2017, 13:40
MCL32:

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/McLaren-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-79b0b288-1059764.jpg

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/McLaren-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-22-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-79b0b288-1059764.jpg

McHouserphy
22/03/2017, 14:48
Petr Hlawiczka‏ @hlawiczka (https://twitter.com/hlawiczka) 6m6 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/hlawiczka/status/844499901664952320) #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash) #AustralianGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AustralianGP?src=hash) New #Honda (https://twitter.com/hashtag/Honda?src=hash) engine at the back of #McLaren (https://twitter.com/hashtag/McLaren?src=hash) #MCL32 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MCL32?src=hash):
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7hEJckW4AAI4dP.jpg

Johé :pelosdepunta:... dónde ha ido tanto cable y sensor??? :sherlock:... menuda limpieza!, o mejor dicho, bonito empaquetamiento.

Ahora "tras orinar :gaydude::roto2rie:...oremos", a ver si los aislantes aislan adecuadamente... :miedito::risitas:...

McHouserphy
22/03/2017, 22:01
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/bioausgp2017.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/FIA-MAP_Australia_2017.png~original

llumia
23/03/2017, 01:20
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 7m7 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/844687833407238144)Nuevos soportes espejos para el Ferrari en Melbourne. Curvados hacia el exterior y más bajos para intereccionar con flujos pontón



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7jvFywUwAA_5B6.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7jvGD7U8AE1Snu.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 12:17
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 3h3 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/844814370886496257) Mercedes añade un labio al elemento superior del ala T. Ahora ya es triple. También corta las platinas laterales y las redondea.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7liLxmVwAACvRO.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 12:20
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 3h3 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/844803711872385024) Esta es la hoja con las prescripciones y límites d Pirelli /FIA a los equipos en cuanto a procedimientos y características d los neumáticos

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7lYfPoV4AAQhJq.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 12:25
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 11h11 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/844692410445717504) Detalle d la suspensión delantera del Mercedes. Han cambiado ángulo d basculantes y bajado 3er elemento a interior chasis.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7jzROaVUAAXSHs.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 12:58
@ AlberFabrega

Honda montará motor evo2 test2 BCN con modificaciones y nuevo mapa para mantener fiabilidad. Aunq no rompa está lejos en potencia y entrega

llumia
23/03/2017, 13:00
SF70H: Detalle de la zona del difusor (AMus):

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Ferrari-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-71b8459f-1060574.jpg

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Ferrari-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-71b8459f-1060574.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 13:03
W08: Detalle suspensión delantera, "push-rod" y "3º elemento":

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-e6bdf4b8-1060586.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-e6bdf4b8-1060586.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 13:05
El caso anterior pero en el VJM10 para comparar:

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-bd0096b9-1060615.jpg

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-bd0096b9-1060615.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 13:07
Galería AMuS: http://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-australien-2017-bilder-vom-donnerstag-11946791.html
Galería Nextgen-Auto: http://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/gallery/pictures/2017/f1/index-uk-gp-australia-23mar-1.php

llumia
23/03/2017, 13:26
Más detalles de la suspensión delantera donde se puede observar el "3rd element":

STR12:

Craig Scarborough‏ @ScarbsTech (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech) 6h6 hours ago (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/status/844786416609476609)https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7lIuS3V4AEHvoF.jpg





SF70H:

Craig Scarborough‏ @ScarbsTech (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech) 3h3 hours ago (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/status/844830240249569281) Ferrari with the full front suspension exposed above the chassis #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash) #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash)
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7lwlpcVsAAAAIZ.jpg





RB13:

Craig Scarborough‏ @ScarbsTech (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech) 3h3 hours ago (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/status/844830581313581056) Red Bull's front suspension similar to last year's #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash) #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash)
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7lw5mYVUAIGxRM.jpg

llumia
23/03/2017, 15:02
La rueda de prensa del Jueves, por escrito:


2017 Australian Grand Prix Thursday Press Conference Transcript
23.03.2017

PART ONE: DRIVERS – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes), Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari), Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing), Fernando ALONSO (McLaren)

PRESS CONFERENCE

Let’s start with Lewis Hamilton – a two-time Australian Grand Prix winner, record five times pole sitter here at Albert Park? Lewis, you and the other drivers have spoken about how much you enjoy driving this new generation of new cars. Could you perhaps give us an idea from your own point of view of a few areas you particularly like about it?

Lewis HAMILTON: Well, firstly, hi everyone, it’s good to see you, it’s good to be back. I don’t know, as racing drivers and in general you want to drive the quickest cars in the world and you always want to go faster and the cars are faster than they were last year. And the challenge of exploiting that speed with your car on track is a great challenge. It’s more in the direction of how Formula One should be, in the sense of the physicality side of it. We are athletes, and Formula One should be the most physically demanding sport in terms of all the driving series. In the previous years that’s not been the case. To the level we train to it’s relatively easy for us to, but now you are going to have to push the boundaries, which I like.

There’s a saying in sport – never change a winning team. But you have a new Mercedes technical boss and a new team-mate. How’s that all working out?

LH: So far, great. I sat down with James and had a great conversation with him and he’s really blended well into the team and super-excited to work with him. It’s always great to have great new creative minds and he’s one of the smartest people I have ever met, if not the smartest. I’m excited to see what he can bring out of me and the team and all the guys we’re working with. Valtteri has, as I said before, Valtteri has been gelling really well into the team, working really hard to be the best he can be, which is all I want.

Sebastian coming to you, of course 2011 Australian Grand Prix winner. You had a good chance to win this race last year and the recent testing would suggest you will be in the hunt again on Sunday. Is there a more solid baseline do you feel to this year’s Ferrari attack.

Sebastian VETTEL: We’ll see. So far we don’t know anything. For all of us it will be exciting to find out where we are on Saturday/Sunday, to get a first impression. For us a lot of new things last year didn’t really go the way we expected, so I think for this year we have really focused on ourselves. We have tried to do our job back in
the factory and in testing… I think testing times, I don’t think they are that crucial, I think it matters much more what you show from here onwards. We’ll see. I think we are a bit in the dark like everyone else, not knowing what other people have done. For ourselves we can be reasonably happy, we did decent mileage, we didn’t have any major issues with the car and hopefully we can carry that momentum into the race.

Well, the car looks pretty competitive but the real question I guess is how it will do in qualifying. Ferrari have only taken five pole positions this decade, since 2010, so how have you addressed that? Have you got a go-faster engine setting for the final part of qualifying?

SV: Not necessarily. I think we worked on all areas, trying to improve. Obviously we all know that qualifying is important to have a good race, so the higher up you qualify the better the chance you have in the race. Statistically it doesn’t look that good, so hopefully we can turn that around.

Fernando, coming to you, 2006 winner here of course, there’s no hiding the fact that McLaren and Honda are in a very difficulty position at this stage. Do you have any expectations at all for this season?

Fernando ALONSO: Well, I think let’s wait and see. We have only done the testing period, so I think the first race now will put things a little bit more clear. It’s a question mark also for us where we exactly are. We were not able to push the car to anywhere close to the limit at any lap on the testing, due to different problems. Let’s see. If we can have a good first weekend, see a little bit more of the potential of the car and hopefully see where we are. But yeah, still a long way to go for us and a lot of work to do.
It’s been only three weeks since testing began and the problems came to light. Have you and team been able to put the rescue plan in place yet or is that something that’s going to come in the next few weeks?

FA: The team is always working to improve the situation – to word as hard we can, to identify the problems and to improve those areas. I guess everyone did the maximum in the last three weeks and let’s see what we can find tomorrow on the track and that’s more a question for Eric and Honda.

Daniel, it’s a stat they don’t care for much around these parts, but no Australian has won the Australian Grand Prix since it became a championship round in 1985, so come on Dan, are you going to put that right this weekend?

Daniel RICCIARDO: I’ll try. I’ll try to. It would be nice. If anyone could win just one race they’d always say their home, so that’d be cool, it would be good.

SV: Didn’t Alan Jones win here?

Not since it became a world championship round, no.

SV: So what race did he win in 1980?

DR: That was the world championship. He’s here; I’ll ask him.

Daniel, do you want to add anything more?

DR: I’d love to. We’ll see what happens. I’m prepared. As Lewis touched on, it’s more physical this year and I think we’ve all done our work in the pre-season. I’m sure all of us up here feel like we’re coming in as well prepared as possible and it’s been fun to put more emphasis on that, on the training. The cars are more enjoyable. They are going to be fast. For the fans here this weekend to see the cars on track, the cornering speeds, I think they’ll definitely see that. Hopefully we’re cornering quicker than anyone else.

Well, you got a really good look at your team-mate Max Verstappen in the second half of last season. How tough are the battles between you two this year?

DR: Hopefully tough. Hopefully we’re fighting for victories, I think that would be something we would welcome. He’s obviously fast. It’s his third year now and although he’s young, he’s no longer a rookie anymore so I think we both carry a bit of experience. I think the team is excited to see how we go and I think everyone else is. They’re starting to hype it up a little bit. Hopefully it’s hyped up by the fact that we’re fighting at the front, that’s what we both want.

QUESTIONS FROM THE FLOOR

Q: (Ysef Harding – Xiro Xone News) I want to say good afternoon to everyone and I want to wish us good press conferences for the rest of the season and a good, robust conversation. This question is for the entire panel. This year we have some new owners, the sport is owned by Liberty Media and they have a big, bold vision for the future of F1. What would be your top three wishes for the new owners of Formula One?

DR: A race in Vegas.

SV: A race in Germany.

DR: That’s it; I’ve said mine.

LH: Miami race…. More ladies in the paddock? More paddock access to some women, there’s too many dudes in the paddock.

SV: V12s.

LH: V12s, I agree.

Fernando?

FA: I agree. I agree with everyone… equal engines for everyone.

LH: I don’t agree with that one.

DR: But not electric.

LH: And not Honda. I’m kidding…

Q: (Andy Benson – BBC) We had Charlie Whiting in here a couple of hours ago and one of the things he was saying was that the so-called ‘Verstappen rule’ has been removed, just leaving the general catch-all regulation about potentially dangerous driving. Are you all happy with that situation?

SV: I don’t know. I’m not…

You’ll be told tomorrow.

DR: We’ll be told tomorrow? You know everything before us! Let’s see. I think we can… the good part of it is it means less decisions to be made on track. If they leave it up to us I guess the positive is that we sort it out on track. Hopefully we can get redemption if we feel like something has not gone our way. We’ll see., I like being able to race. That’s the positive from it.

SV: Will I get my trophy back… it makes sense!

DR: I guess he wants his trophy back from Mexico. It was a pretty small one actually. Right, I’ll shut up.

Q: (Leon Alepidis – F1fan) A question for Daniel. For many years it has been talked of to have a second grand prix in the USA. In the past Germany, Spain and Italy had a second grand prix in the same year. Your thoughts about a possible second grand prix in Australia and where would you like that to be?

DR: I’m going to sound greedy if I ask for another one here. We’ve got some great circuits… Seb’s saying Bathurst. That would be an amazing circuit for sure. Adelaide, I believe… I was very young but I did go to the 1993 grand prix, I was very young but I heard Adelaide was amazing, they still do it with the V8 supercars. Phillip Island, they host a great event for MotoGP, so there’s a lot. I wouldn’t say no, but I feel a bit greedy asking for more than we have got already. I think everyone else would like to come here. You guys like Australia, right?

Q: (Rebecca Williams – News Ltd) A question for Fernando. You were involved in a frightening smash here last year at Albert Park. Just wondering how you feel about your return to the track this year, and if that’s something that’s going to be at the back of your mind when you get out there, specifically at that corner?

FA: Not really. You try always to forget all the accidents, all the moments you were scared in the car, so yeah, it was a pretty big one here last year but it will be perfectly OK and I’m really looking forward to go back here. I like the circuit. I like how passionate the fans are when we are on the track so it will be a good experience to go through those turns.

Q: (Flavio Vanetti – Corriere Della Sera) To Sebastian. You said it’s too early to have a judgement on your car. But do you feel this car has enough quality to let you fight for the title?

SV: Well, it’s March now! I think if you are in a fight for the title that’s a question for October, November. I think looking at the performance of the cars obviously it was expected to be a big step up and that’s how it felt on the track. I think that’s what we all said when we first got out of the car, that it’s a big step forward. It’s not entirely fair to judge to the previous years because it’s a different formula but I think they will be the fastest cars we have ever driven. Naturally, the day I came into Formula One the cars got a bit faster, a bit faster, then they tended stall a little bit. We distributed straight line speed versus cornering speed and I think for us what really gives us a good feeling is cornering speed and I think we are back to the level we were probably ten years ago, and maybe a bit faster. For us it’s always nice to have the feeling that these are the fastest cars we have ever driven. On competitiveness we are all here to find out, that’s why we go racing I guess.

Q: (Heikki Kulta – Turun Sanomat) Sebastian, last year it was very tight between you and Kimi in qualifying. With this better car do you think it can be even tighter or is it easier for you in qualifying against him?

SV: I think it’s never easy. You try to get the best out of yourself, out of your car for one lap. I think last year has been closer than the year before but it’s always been fairly close. Obviously I want to be in front of him and he wants to be in front of me but I think starting the season priority number one is hopefully we are in front of the others. But as I said its still very, very early. We try to do the best job for ourselves and the team and we go from there.

Q: (Andre Leslie – DPA) Question for Daniel. Daniel, this week in Australia – I’m sure you’ve been here longer than that – how has it been with the pressure and the reception that you’ve received around the country? Is it something that is a weight on your shoulders or is it something you look forward to?

DR: It’s not a weight on my shoulders. It means more work, for sure. This week is easily the busiest F1 week of the year for me. But it’s all positive support. It’s kind-of overwhelming actually. I’m surprised that so many people are getting behind me and the event but it’s obviously cool. It’s nice and encouraging to see. I hear that ticket sales and everything is up quite a chunk from last year. I try to enjoy it. I appreciate it won’t last for ever. It’s demanding, it’s a tiring week but it’s pretty cool to see so many people supportive of me and the event. I don’t see it as pressure in terms of, if I don’t win on Sunday, they’re all going to leave the track and say I’m hopeless and never come back. They want to see me do well and that’s how I see it. It’s just a bit of extra motivation for me and I think the drivers’ parade on Sunday I’ll see that and feel it and get me jacked-up for the race.

Q: (Abhishek Takle – Mid Day) Question for Fernando. Fernando, you’ve spoken about how much you’re enjoyed driving these cars, this new generation of cars, despite all the problems in testing. I just wanted to ask you, does the joy of these new cars take away some of the pain – or is it a case that if you’re not competitive then it’s no-longer fun? Thank you.

FA: No, I think they are two separate things. One is how you enjoy and how much adrenaline these cars are giving to you on the cornering speed. Comparing with the last couple of years I think it’s a good step forward. Not only for us drivers but also for the spectators: for the people here in the grandstands and watching on television they look spectacular and that’s a positive thing. And then, yeah, naturally I think all sportsmen, we are competitive and y’know, when you arrive to race like we are doing now in the first grand prix of the year, you know that joy is together if you are competitive. Let’s see how competitive we can be this year. At least when you are driving alone, you are enjoying. Then when you have a car close to you and they go much faster than you, that’s a little bit less enjoyable.

Q: (Jerome Bourret – L’Equipe) Do you think that the new regulation can stop Mercedes’ domination or do you expect Lewis to still be the man to beat this weekend and this year? And Lewis, do you consider yourself the favourite for the Championship?
SV: Well, I think he must be. Mercedes obviously has been in very, very strong form the last three years and even though we changed the regulations, if a team is strong then they will build a strong car the year after, no matter what you do with the rules. I think it’s very clear who is the favourite. For all of us sitting here, we are trying our best to catch-up. How much we have succeeded, we will see and, as the season goes on, I’m sure the cars will have big progression and all the teams will bring lots of stuff to develop the cars. So, whoever’s in a good place in the beginning and still in a good place at the end will have a chance.

DR: I think for everyone, it’s like when Red Bull were dominating a few years ago, everyone wanted to see someone else win. So it’s natural. People like change. And for us drivers not being in a Mercedes, we want to see change as well. I think even to have more cars fighting for a win, it makes it more exciting. I’ll let Lewis answer but I think if he wins a race against four of us as opposed to just maybe his team-mate, I think that reward is bigger as well. So, I think if you can win against more, it’s not only good for the fans but that feeling of self-accomplishment is greater. We’ll see. Ferrari showed good pace in testing. If they can maybe take a few points away as well, it opens up the Championship over the long term.

See it that way Lewis?

LH: I see Ferrari being the quickest at the moment and I think they will definitely be the favourites but we’ll find out more going into the weekend. It’s interesting to see Sebastian’s usually a lot more hype and I can tell he’s trying to keep a lid on it. But their pace was obviously great in testing. I’m very keen to see what Red Bull bring because they were quite far behind through testing, at least compared to Ferrari and didn’t see them bring many upgrades – or an upgrade as far as I could see. So I’m assuming they’re bringing something here which I’m excited to see what they do bring. And I agree with Daniel in the sense of having more teams and more drivers up at the front fighting for wins, that’s what racing is all about. I’m hoping that’s the case. We, as a team, I don’t believe, as far as I know, no team has won back-to-back through rule regulation changes, so that is our goal as a team. We’re here to win, we’re here to do something no-one else has done. Whether or not we’re in the right place at this moment in the season, we’ll find out. But I have every belief in my team that we can do that.

Q: (Louis Dekker – NOS) Can you remember how many cars were on the grid during your first grand prix weekend. And the real question is, is 20 enough to keep the public satisfied.

FA: Yes. Enough. Obviously, it’s nice to have many cars on track and many teams in Formula One but at the same point it’s a sport that’s quite difficult to get in, quite difficult to stay for many years. We see with some of the smaller teams how they struggle to keep their financial situation healthy in the year. I think to have a good ten teams and 20 cars on track is more or less the number that we see in Formula One for many years. I think it’s OK.

Q: (Giles Richards – The Guardian) You just touched on this. The last three years you’ve been fighting for the title, just between you and your team-mate. Would this year be more significant, would you enjoy it more if it was a two- or three-way fight with Ferrari, Red Bull and other drivers. Would it mean more to you?

LH: Well, as I just mentioned, every year your goal is to beat everyone, of course, and the more of a fight you have, the more satisfying it is when you are victorious, so we’re fully up for a challenge and for a fight. So, that’s what I prepare for. I think it’s not a bad thing. I can’t remember the last time we had three years and then a rule change – but I think they should probably shorten that, maybe, and do more changes. Because there can often be dominance for a certain team and it’s hard to catch up. There’s a limit to how much development you can do through a year, and the top teams can generally develop at a similar pace. If you’ve got a gap already at the beginning it’s hard to squish that gap being that there are rules in terms of how much investment and time you can put into developing your cars. Doing drastic changes kind of spices it up. I’ve never seen the fans so excited about the season as they are this season, being how that it is we don’t know where the cars and the teams are. So, more of these kinds of experiences would, I think, be welcome.

Q: (Shane McInnes – Radio 3AW) Just about the length of the season, we know it’s 20 races this year but new owners have suggested they might like to see it get out to 25 races. Is 25 too many, and do you think 20 is the right amount or even less, going forward?

DR: I think it depends on how they structure it. It’s not too many. NASCAR do 36 or something. It’s a lot but the travel’s a lot less because they’re just in the US. So, I think it depends logistically how they do it. It’s all… I don’t know. I like racing. If it means just racing and no testing and less other stuff then… maybe. We spend more days in front of cameras and other things than actually behind the wheel of a racing car. I’d be open to the idea.

SV: I think 25 is too many. I think 20 is enough. We don’t need more. I think anything between 16 and 20 is the right number. Also, thinking of the efforts going in from the team point of view. For us it’s fairly easy, arriving more or less with hand luggage, doing the job and getting back. I think we’re on the better side. For a lot of the team, for the staff, it’s hard work. So, I think we are having enough races.

LH: I think if you asked any member of my team whether they’d want to do more races or less, they’d ask for more. It is definitely tough on the guys that are travelling but they love it. They’re addicted to it. They love motor racing and, of course they love time at home but… I’m like Daniel, I love racing so I’m not opposed to more races but I think they’ve got to change the structure, at least on different weekends. If it’s the same four days for 25 races, oh my God I think that would be too much. If they spice it up and make it more… a period during the season that’s perhaps more exciting than another, I think there’s a lot they can do. As long as they are in countries that have a good following. There’s no point in going to a country… for example Turkey, which was a beautiful place but there was no-one that turned up to a race. But if you go to places where there’s a real great atmosphere then you can create a great event, then I think that would be awesome.

Fernando, any thoughts?

FA: The same. We all love racing I think so more racing will be always welcome – but in a couple of years’ time.
Q: (Phil Duncan – PA) Lewis, how excited are you about the prospect of taking on Seb, a driver that’s won four titles. Obviously, you have three. Do you think this could be the start of a great rivalry that Formula One needs with arguably the two best drivers of their generation going for the title?

LH: Yeah. I’ve not had a lot of battles with Sebastian on track so, of course, would love to have that. I think the fans want to see that but even between all of us. We need this guy [Fernando] to have a good car so he can get up there and fight with us as well – before his time’s up. We got a hint that it’s another couple of years at least, so that’s good. I feel we’re yet to see the best of Fernando. The sport needs that and he deserves to be able to show that. So, yeah, you want to be racing against the best. I think that’s what the fans want to see. That close racing and sheer competitiveness and see the ups and downs of the best doing their best. I’m definitely looking forward to racing with all these guys and I hope there’s lots of close racing.

Q: (Andrew Tate – The Age) Lewis, does part of you wish you were racing the reigning champion for the championship this year.
LH: Not really. When I walked in here I was thinking it was kind of neat because I have a champion here, a champion there and a potential champion here as well.

DR: Thanks!

LH: …so it obviously doesn’t make any difference if the reigning champion’s here or not. At the end of the day every year it’s a brand-new year, a brand-new start, it’s a brand-new challenge and a brand-new championship to win. So, I think we’re all out there to beat each other – but as far as I’m aware you don’t say ‘that guy over there’s the current World Champion, I want to go and beat him’. You just want to beat whoever it is you’re up against.


PART TWO: DRIVERS - Valtteri BOTTAS (MERCEDES), Esteban OCON (FORCE INDIA), Felipe MASSA (WILLIAMS), Lance STROLL (WILLIAMS)

Q: It’s been a Mercedes one-two here for the last two seasons. Presumably another one would suit you just fine. Is that why you made this move?

Valtteri BOTTAS: Sure, that would be a good way to start. Obviously we do need to see where we are standing against all the other teams. It’s a completely new season, a new era of Formula One, a new team for me but that’s always the ultimate target. I feel in a good place and definitely it’s always some kind of dream coming true, being part of a team like this that has pretty much dominated the last three years in Formula One. I feel very happy but just keen to get going.

Q: We could see from testing that you settled in during the first week and then managed to close up a bit to your teammate Lewis Hamilton’s pace at the second test so are you more or less where you expected to be at the first race?

VB: I feel well prepared, I feel definitely ready to race. I really think we made the most out of the short period of time I had to prepare with the team and get into everything perfectly. Obviously it’s been a massive learning curve for me, since mid-January until today and that is still going to continue but I felt testing was good. Every single time I was in the car I felt better and better and I’m sure that is just going to continue and I’m feeling more and more part of the team so happy to be here racing.
Q: Lance, welcome to Formula One, at 18-years of age, the second youngest driver after Max Verstappen to take part in Formula One. How’s the preparation gone and what would success look like for you this year?

Lance STROLL: Yeah, thank you. I think preparation has been going really well so far. We had a good test in Barcelona, the second week me and Felipe did all the running which was good. I think just a solid year, a clean year, obviously still a lot to learn so I don’t think putting a position or a number would be the right way to approach the whole thing. I think we’re just going to take it race by race. It’s still going to be a big learning curve for me, there’s still a lot for me to understand about everything but listen to the people around me that are there to help me and take it race by race. Looking forward to the whole thing.

Q: With all the rule changes that have gone on from last year to this year, is this a really good year to come in as a rookie or is it actually quite tough?

LS: I don’t know. It is what it is and I’m just going to have to make the best of it. I don’t want to look at it as a negative or a positive, it’s the way it is, it’s a new regulation and it’s for everyone. It’s my rookie year and I just have to learn what I have to learn and get on with it.

Q: Felipe, welcome back. Does this mean we get to have another party? How’s the surprise comeback worked out so far?

Felipe Massa: Well, first of all, I didn’t expect to be here on Thursday. Maybe I was planning to be somewhere (else), eating more, getting more fat, whatever, maybe not being here on Thursday which is an amazing day in Formula One. But things change in life – which actually didn’t change, to be honest but for reasons... Yeah, I’m really happy, motivated, ready for this challenge and I think everything I hear, when Claire calls me, and I said ‘I think we need to talk in a proper way’ so then we had a long meeting and everything that I asked, that needed to be different, especially on the technical side, so many different things that didn’t work in the proper way need to be better and everything she said and everything Williams is doing I believe is correct. So many new people arrived and are still arriving, so many things that we are working hard to make work in a better way so yeah, I’m staying in Formula One, I think to be racing for a team that I believe is professional and important, I feel important as well. Yeah, that’s why I took this decision to carry on. I feel really happy and yeah, so we will see. I think the real answer to where we are we will have here on Sunday but also during the championship. I had some good
feelings in the Barcelona test and I’m really looking forward to having another great, competitive season and a nice job also, that gives me pleasure, so I’m really looking forward, really fit and ready for this challenge.

Q: Just continuing on the theme we spoke of with Lance a minute ago, the challenge of being a rookie. You made your debut when you were obviously very young as well back in 2002. What did you wish that you’d been told then and how did you handle coming into Formula One?

FM: Well, I am a rookie. I stopped, I retired! We start the first race, two rookies! No, I’m joking. It’s his opportunity, he’s allowed to learn, he shows that he has a talent for that, that all of us had the opportunity at the start and yeah, I met him when he was eight years old, one year more than my son which is really painful, to be honest, and here we are teammates. I have all the happiness to work with him but also to pass on everything I can. We are working for the team, together, both drivers so we need to score as many points as we can. It would be nice to work with him and to have a great championship together and for the team which is the most important thing.

Q: Esteban, obviously you were a rookie last year, now a move up the grid from Manor to Force India. It’s a team that’s been able to score podiums consistently in the last few years so easy question: is that the target for 2017 for you?

Esteban OCON: Well, I think it’s a bit early to speak about that at the moment. No one has done a race yet so we see where everyone is. I think in testing everyone had a little bit left in the pocket so you know it’s early to speak about that but I think to start the weekend here, the approach would be to do a strong weekend, to reach the finish line because in the past you always had problems for the other teams and for teams and if you arrive at the finish line you always have a strong result so I think that’s the way to approach it.

Q: You’re obviously part of the Mercedes Junior programme; do you feel that if you perform now for Force India there’s a real possibility of getting into a Silver Arrows at some point in the near future?

EO: I’m obviously a Mercedes Junior driver but at the moment I’m a Force India driver and I’m fully focused on this target, to do a strong job this season and I think it’s still early to speak about being a Mercedes F1 driver in the future, so no, at the moment I’m very happy to be with Force India and I’m fully motivated with them.

QUESTIONS FROM THE FLOOR

Q: (Dieter Rencken – Racing Lines) Esteban, where were you and what did they tell you about your car would be pink this year? What were your first thoughts?

EO: I was actually at home, I was just training when I had the call. No, I think it’s a really good thing, overall, for the team. BWT coming in to Formula One is a great thing as well, it also changes the perspective... a pink car – you don’t see one a lot of times so I think it’s a good thing but also a good sponsor like BWT makes money coming into the team and it can only make the car go faster.


Q: (Heikki Kulta – Turun Sanomat) Valtteri, so far you have been three times on the front row. If this is a winning car, would P2 be a satisfying or disappointing result for you?

VB: Well it depends if your teammate is P1 or... Obviously the result targets are going to be completely different now than what they have been in the past few years but as I said before, we still need to wait and see where we are, really. We will see on Saturday, we will see on Sunday. It’s only the very beginning of the year but for sure as a driver you always want to be on the front row and in the best place, P1, but let’s wait and see and go step by step and day by day.

Q: (Ysef Harding – Xiro Xone News) Felipe, first question is how did you feel coming back into F1 because it’s like the Godfather, you tried to get out but they pushed you right back in again. And what were you doing when Claire did throw up the W and the symbol and you had to put your super suit back on and get back in the car?

FM: Well, for sure, things change for a reason. I had a lot of support from everybody to carry on. I have a lot of support from my family, a lot of support from my fans. It was really amazing to see everybody pushing me: carry on, carry on. We want to see you there and that everything that happens around the team that... maybe, we will see where we are now which I believe is correct what is happening so then we need to work to make it better. Yeah, to be honest, I had an amazing feeling when I decided to stop in the second part of the season and I didn’t have a reason to carry on. If I don’t have what I believe is correct, which maybe I have now. Then also the feeling that I had in Brazil, also in the last race which gave a lot of happiness in the way that I’m stopping, it’s fantastic you know, but also it was not easy for me to take the decision to carry on because everything was just beautiful. But maybe something has happened for a reason and maybe it was not the reason to stop. I’m ready, motivated and we will see where we are going to be and how the season will be. I’m really 100 percent ready to do it in the right way.

Q: (Abhishek Takle – Midday) Couple of questions for Valtteri: now you’ve had some time in the car in testing, do you feel that you’re at a stage where you’re able to get the most out of the car now. And second question, I know it’s still early days but assuming you’re sitting in a title-contending car, what’s your approach going to be: step by step, get that first win or do you feel under pressure to mount a fully fledged title challenge?

VB: Yeah, like I said before, I definitely feel every single time I was stepping into the car and out of the car in testing, I felt like I’d made progress and between the two tests as well. I feel I was getting very close to getting pretty much everything out of the car and being absolutely perfect. As always, it requires a lot of work, a lot of time in the car and a lot of effort, a lot of talent so as mentioned, I’m sure things will just get better and I will feel more and more comfortable every single day of the race weekend and every single race but I feel that I’m ready to race, I’m ready to bring the car where it should be, what the pace of the car, what the limits of the car is. I feel comfortable with that. About the second question, definitely... I always set my targets very high so from the first race, this race onwards, immediately, I want to perform where the car can be. That is my target. Of course I always go day by day and step by step but I want to start at a very high level and keep getting better from that.

Q: (Heath McAlpine – Auto Action) Valtteri, Paddy Lowe recently made some comments about Williams having some elements that Mercedes does not. Have you been able to make any comparisons between the teams, after moving in the opposite direction?

VB: For sure I see a lot of difference between the teams. Definitely there are some things very very good at Williams, some things have been massively impressive at Mercedes. Williams have a great facility, a good bunch of people, a lot of clever engineers so for sure both teams have a lot of strong points, definitely differences in the way they work, so it’s difficult to really point out exactly what parts maybe are better here or better there but overall, as the last few years have shown, Mercedes is a winning team, it definitely has this winning mentality at the moment. No one is standing still, everyone is pushing flat out - what Williams is also doing is definitely no bad, worse but you just sense that at this point, the group of winners know how to win at the moment and I hope that that can continue but the hunger is definitely still there at Mercedes. But I definitely agree with Paddy: Williams is a great team and has massive potential and it’s a shame that we couldn’t achieve the results together that I think the team deserves, but hopefully the future is good for Williams.

Q: (Kathy Watt – Inside Sport) I’m just wondering what you do in the off-season to prepare: is it on the bike or running or different other sports to get fit for the season?

Q: Esteban – you’ve been up a mountain or something?

EO: Yeah, I was up in the mountains at almost 2000m for almost two months. I felt this was the best way for me to prepare. When you get high in altitude, when you get down again it’s easy to breath so I was training there a lot. It was about nine hours of cardio per week, ten hours of gym per week and all the rest was reaction work, co-ordination work, visual perception work, how the detection is as well, balance of body as well so it was complete training. It was very tough, for sure the toughest of my career but I’m happy that I’ve achieved it now, looking at how the cars are tough to drive.

LS: I was just moving sports, some biking, some running, some gym work, some strength work, some neck work but just staying fit in all different areas and just gaining fitness by increasing the amount of training I was doing. Just moving and keeping active.

Q: How about you Felipe? You were eating feijoada and drinking beer and then when the phone call came: stop. Right?

FM: Which was pretty much straight away actually so I didn’t have enough time to drink and to eat feijoada, I would say, so yeah, I was definitely... most of the drivers didn’t know how the new car was going to be so I was definitely preparing myself in a much different way to how it was in the past, even if I was always training very hard but I took on a new trainer, a guy who is following me everywhere I go, training every day. I had to train more also, for sure cardio but also a lot more my muscles to
be stronger, for these loads that we have in the cars now, so I was training in a very different way, to get a little bit stronger and training my neck a lot more which I think works pretty well because on one day in Barcelona I did 168 laps, which was my record in one test and I feel really good, so yeah, ready to start the season and really hope I’m totally fit to accept anything different that we might have this year compared to how it was up to last year.

Q: (Michael Lamonato – ABC) On a related question: how different have you found these cars in the sense of that strength component? What specifically have you changed in your training and in your first days in the car in testing? Was there anything in particularly that you felt a bit of pain or a bit of strain from the new cars?

VB: I think always after the winter, it doesn’t matter how much training you do and if you’re the fittest you’ve ever been starting the year, it’s so unnatural driving a Formula One car for the human being that the first reactions are always a bit strange but very quickly you get used to it, your body gets used to it. Obviously if you have a new seat as I did for this year, it’s tuning those kind of things and yeah, you might get some bruises and stuff but that’s part of the winter testing but specially with the new cars there’s more G-forces, more load going through your body which makes more fatigue and means being able to maintain the same level of focus and alertness – you need to be fitter than before and like every driver have a good preparation for that but the main thing is the G-forces, the cornering speed and that way you maybe need a bit more strength especially the neck.

Q: (Trent Price – SEN Radio) A question for Felipe and Lance. Paddy Lowe has already identified a few areas where Williams are stronger than Mercedes. What’s your first impressions of Paddy coming into the team. What has he brought in already and how is the relationship building?

FM: Well, as Valtteri said, Williams has many areas that work pretty well. Definitely we have some other areas that we need to improve, which is what I was saying before, things didn’t work in the proper way, as even Valtteri said. This are the points we need to make better, improving, as quick as we can, because it means results, it means performance, it means everything. But I am sure he is a very important engineer, manager, that he can help to improve things in the right way. Bringing some good ideas from other areas that we were not so strong as a team like Mercedes where he won the last three years the championship – they are really strong. Not only him, but so many people, engineers, people that are working in different areas. That is something we are working very hard on, so he has just arrived, but I’m sure he understands things pretty quick. We are the beginning of a very important work but I believe we can do it in the right way. I really hope that the car is helping, because the car is there; it’s ready. If you have a good car it’s helping the job in so many areas that it needs to be better, it needs to improve. That’s the way I believe it is. I was talking already with Paddy and I’m sure with all the important and very good engineers we have I believe and I hope we can do a very good job.

Q: Lance I believe you signed before it was clear that Paddy was going to Williams, so what did you feel when you found out?

LS: Yeah, Felipe said most of it. I’m obviously new this year, so I don’t have the experience that Felipe and also even Valtteri have of Williams, so a lot of it is just new for me. Starting with winter testing, I obviously went to a couple of races last year and I got to know some of the people but really, until you’re a driver and properly involved in everything that’s going on, you don’t pick up on everything. But for sure I think having Paddy in the team is positive for everyone. He’s obviously had great success in recent years and I think it’s just positive energy for the team. I think we have a great group of people at Williams and I think everyone is aiming for the same thing, which is achieve the best possible results we can achieve and Paddy’s here to help us do that. I think it’s all good.

Q: (Heikki Kulta – Turun Sanomat) Felipe, how tough an opponent was Valtteri in qualifying and in racing and how was it compared to your time with Kimi at Ferrari?

FM: Definitely different times. Different cars and everything. I think Valtteri shows his talent. He really improved year by year since he started. I think it’s a great opportunity for him to race for a team like Mercedes. I believe he’s ready for his job, he’s ready to show what he can do and definitely he has an incredible team to work with, very strong team-mate – but I think he’s ready to do a great job. I really hope the best for him. It’ll be nice if he’s behind me – but we will see.

Q: (Alex Popov – Match TV) A couple of questions for the young drivers. But different questions. Esteban, first of all, your target before the training was to gain 5kg of muscle, and you achieve it. And now I heard – I don’t know if it’s true or not – you have to go back 2kg. If it’s true, how difficult it will be now?

EO: Yes, it’s true I gained 5kg over the training course, which was very hard but I achieved it and feel good in the car. But then you know, all the teams are quite conservative with parts on testing, and they got heavy parts, and then once they see reliability is good they start to put lighter parts on the car. I think that’s what’s going to happen this race. On myself, I didn’t lose any weight and I kept my weight to feel fresh in the car.

Q: (Alex Popov – Match TV) For Lance, it’s more about a performance target. Another young driver will fight the team-mate from race one. You’re in the position of having like a coach in the team, like an elder brother. Will you try to not to lose too much or beat your team-mate from race one?

LS: Felipe’s not here to be a coach. He’s a competitor like everyone else and he has his helmet on racing like everyone else. Everyone sets their targets differently and everyone is in a different situation – but all the teams have two drivers competing for the same thing, which is to try and finish as far up the grid as possible. That doesn’t change – but my targets are obviously different to some other young drivers. Everyone’s in their own situation: I’m just going to focus on my stuff and do the best I can – which is what I always do. That doesn’t change.

McHouserphy
23/03/2017, 16:52
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https://www.renaultsport.com/IMG/pdf/r01-aus-2.pdf

McHouserphy
23/03/2017, 17:03
La rueda de prensa del Jueves, por escrito:

2017 Australian Grand Prix Thursday Press Conference Transcript
23.03.2017

PART ONE: DRIVERS – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes), Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari), Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing), Fernando ALONSO (McLaren)
PRESS CONFERENCE

...

Q: (Ysef Harding – Xiro Xone News) I want to say good afternoon to everyone and I want to wish us good press conferences for the rest of the season and a good, robust conversation. This question is for the entire panel. This year we have some new owners, the sport is owned by Liberty Media and they have a big, bold vision for the future of F1. What would be your top three wishes for the new owners of Formula One?

DR: A race in Vegas.
SV: A race in Germany.
DR: That’s it; I’ve said mine.
LH: Miami race…. More ladies in the paddock? More paddock access to some women, there’s too many dudes in the paddock.
SV: V12s.
LH: V12s, I agree.

Fernando?

FA: I agree. I agree with everyone… equal engines for everyone.
LH: I don’t agree with that one.
DR: But not electric.
LH: And not Honda. I’m kidding.

...


:susto2:... :juas::descojone::juas::cunaooooo:...

llumia
23/03/2017, 19:22
Rueda de prensa del Jueves:

1ª Parte:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLoI_UXkcS4

2ª parte:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2xfWHONOz0

Gomasblandas
23/03/2017, 21:00
Hola chicos. Que pasa que este año no tenemos porra ?

llumia
24/03/2017, 00:43
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 4m4 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845042263159844865) Siguen en Red Bull. Han llegado piezas d última hora. D momento vemos nuevos direccionadores en pontón. Ahora trabajan en suspensión

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7oxbXRVMAAY7g3.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7oxcZmVAAAvPhD.jpg

McHouserphy
24/03/2017, 00:58
Hola chicos. Que pasa que este año no tenemos porra ?

La porra de este año... hasta que no solucionemos el asunto de la alerta de que somos un lugar no legítimo con Google ...:cabreo:...

Al parecer alguien nos ha intentado hackear y nos ha colado alguna-s redirección-es a otro lugar (que es el ilegítimo), pero como no ha podido hacerlo donde se debería (por las protecciones que tenemos), pues lo ha dejado en a saber su puta madre... :cabreo:...

Lara está con el asunto...:putersmile1:...

Hay mucha gente que no puede entrar por esa putada... :cabreo:

Cuando estemos limpios, os lo haré saber al Juniverso Porrero:evil5:... y más. :risitas::cunaooooo:

llumia
24/03/2017, 01:01
Craig Scarborough‏ @ScarbsTech (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech) 3h3 hours ago (https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/status/845003926394945536) Haas front end, note the complex heave damper and flexure anti roll bar in front of it
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7oOj7GVQAARCYJ.jpg

Como era de esperar arquitectura notablemente similar a la del SF70H.

llumia
24/03/2017, 02:46
Juanjo Fernández‏ @dinsV10 (https://twitter.com/dinsV10)Pat Symonds cuenta en Sky que hay un equipo que ha probado en tests una suspensión estilo Mercedes/Toro Rosso, pero que no está montada #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash)

llumia
24/03/2017, 11:47
Formula 1‏Verified account @F1 (https://twitter.com/F1) PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION: END OF #FP1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/FP1?src=hash) First practice session of 2017 = DONE #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash) #F1isBack (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1isBack?src=hash) https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f1e6-1f1fa.png
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7pns-dXQAMZ7_X.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 11:50
Resultados FP2:

Formula 1‏Verified account @F1 (https://twitter.com/F1) 3h3 hours ago (https://twitter.com/F1/status/845165102521245697)




FP2 FINAL CLASSIFICATION: HAM is looking https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f4aa.png #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash) https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f1e6-1f1fa.png #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7qgfp5VsAA8B0l.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 11:53
Mika‏ @michaelaffabili (https://twitter.com/michaelaffabili) 15m15 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/michaelaffabili/status/845208051804180480) Voila¡ Aqui, una vez corregidos, los tiempos de las tandas de los pilotos que han hecho al menos 5 vueltas consecutivas.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7rIJw1X0AEEFhm.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:05
El "minuto a minuto" de las dos jornadas de pruebas libres del viernes:

BBC F1: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/38344884?live_variant=nonjs
Autosport Live: https://www.autosport.com/live/commentary/id/2533217/australian-gp-friday-practice

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:09
Transcripción de algunas conversaciones de radio correspondientes a esta jornada de pruebas libres de Viernes:

http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2017/03/24/2017-australian-grand-prix-team-radio-notes-practice/

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:16
Algunas novedades, detectadas por Albert Fàbrega:

Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 7h7 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845104986774130688) Nuevos bargeboards y desviadores d los pontones para Red Bull en el #GPAustralia (https://twitter.com/hashtag/GPAustralia?src=hash)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7pqf1nVUAAnuQp.jpg





Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 7h7 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845105341763268609) En esta foto d @PressRacing (https://twitter.com/PressRacing) se aprecia el nuevo desviador d flujo d Red Bull, triangular en su parte superior

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7pq0cOVQAAAO9V.jpg






Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 4h4 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845153980728541184) Sauber ha cerrado el corte semicircular d la ala d tiburón y ha montado la nueva ala d T en el monoplaza d Wehrlein
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7qXDh1VUAAZHX-.jpg






Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 7h7 hours Detalle (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845111438586785793)del nuevo soporte escalonado del bargeboard del #MCL32 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MCL32?src=hash) q ha debutado hoy en los libres 1, solo en monoplaza d Alonso

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7pwXeHVUAA3PNr.jpg






Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 7h7 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845110195181150208) En esta imagen d @PressRacing (https://twitter.com/PressRacing) se aprecian perfectamente los 2 generadores vórtices añadidos al ya existente en el pontón del #MCL32 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MCL32?src=hash)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7pvO9AU8AARAGr.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:27
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 2h2 hours ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845187572049502210) Diferencias 0'7" entre blando y superblando y también entre superblando y ultrablando. Hamilton hizo tanda d 25v con UB. Carrera 1 parada

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:37
W08: Detalle ala en forma de "T":

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-a77c724b-1061166.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-a77c724b-1061166.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:38
W08: Detalle de la zona del difusor:

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-5d029405-1061167.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-5d029405-1061167.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:41
W08: Acabado de la zona de los escapes:

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-981b865d-1061172.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-981b865d-1061172.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:42
STR12: Detalle suspensión delantera:

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-7dfbad83-1061256.jpg

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-7dfbad83-1061256.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:44
STR12: Detalle unión pilar del ala trasera, plano principal del ala y actuador del sistema DRS:

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-26058448-1061181.jpg

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-26058448-1061181.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:46
STR12: Otro detalle del "Monkey seat" y escape:

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-b2368b45-1061182.jpg

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-b2368b45-1061182.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:48
Comparación "Turning vanes":

STR12:

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-146723b0-1061183.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-146723b0-1061183.jpg

W08:

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-f029558e-1061176.jpg

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-f029558e-1061176.jpg

(https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Mercedes-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-f029558e-1061176.jpg)VJM10:

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-df5669c0-1061193.jpg

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-df5669c0-1061193.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:50
STR12: Detalle inicio fondo plano:

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-989f5598-1061185.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-989f5598-1061185.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:51
STR12 : Detalle zona del difusor:

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-ec2381d9-1061187.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Toro-Rosso-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-ec2381d9-1061187.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 12:59
VJM10: Consecuencia:

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowThumb-ca6ab854-1061190.jpg

https://imgr4.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowThumb-ca6ab854-1061190.jpg


Causa:

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-bd0096b9-1060615.jpg

https://imgr3.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Force-India-Formel-1-GP-Australien-Melbourne-23-Maerz-2017-fotoshowBig-bd0096b9-1060615.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 13:08
MCL32: Se puede observar la "curvatura" del difusor en la "zona de recuperación"

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/McLaren-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-90e6241c-1061203.jpg

https://imgr2.auto-motor-und-sport.de/McLaren-Formel-1-Technik-GP-Australien-2017-fotoshowBig-90e6241c-1061203.jpg

llumia
24/03/2017, 13:16
Galería AMuS:

http://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/bilder-galerie-technik-details-der-neuen-f1-autos-11949413.html

llumia
24/03/2017, 13:57
El equipo Haas fue obligado a retirar la "T-wing" en la FP2:

https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/haas-f1-told-to-remove-flexing-t-wing-885516/

McHouserphy
24/03/2017, 17:22
Los números de la FP1 :

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-FP1T.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-FP1S.png~original

Sanciones:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-SAN1.png~original

Los números de la FP2 :

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-FP2T.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-FP2S.png~original

Sanciones:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-SAN2.png~original

llumia
25/03/2017, 00:42
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 21m21 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845399939970584576) Buenos días! Melbourne amanece nublado. Posibilidad d lluvia entre 25/40 % durante FP3 y quali. Temp max 22C. Mañana, sol y 27C

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7t2vxEUwAAWyPq.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7t2wdTVMAAP-hP.jpg

llumia
25/03/2017, 01:16
Rueda Prensa (Viernes):


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Esgb7Dv3HOM

llumia
25/03/2017, 07:39
Resultados FP3:

Autosprint‏ @autosprint (https://twitter.com/autosprint) 8m8 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/autosprint/status/845507651719049217) Ecco com'è andata l'ultima ora di prove libere a Melbourne. #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7vYt5zXwAAkFMt.jpg

llumia
25/03/2017, 07:44
L. Stroll se acidenta en esta FP3, dañando la caja de cambios de su auto. Penalizará 5 posiciones. En el equipo Sauber A. Giovanazzi sustituye a P. Wehrlein.

llumia
25/03/2017, 07:51
Pirelli cambia las presiones mínimas:

marco asfalto‏ @marcoasfalto (https://twitter.com/marcoasfalto) 1m1 minute ago (https://twitter.com/marcoasfalto/status/845512181504446464) AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash) minimum tyre pression prescription by @pirellisport (https://twitter.com/pirellisport) TYRES slick 21 psi (from 22) intermediate 19 psi (f. 20) full wet 18 psi (f. 19)

llumia
25/03/2017, 07:54
Albert Fabrega ES‏ @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) 2m2 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/845511883478122497) La chimenea d extracción d calor del Mercedes vuelve al W08. Medio tapada

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7vcSEaXQAAEGWO.jpg

llumia
25/03/2017, 09:18
Resultados "qualy":

Formula 1‏Verified account @F1 (https://twitter.com/F1) 34s34 seconds ago (https://twitter.com/F1/status/845534720410685440)




PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION (END OF QUALIFYING): Tight at the top #Quali (https://twitter.com/hashtag/Quali?src=hash) #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash) https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f1e6-1f1fa.png #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7vw9v4WsAAmU56.jpg

llumia
25/03/2017, 09:49
Stefania Bruera‏ @stefifm (https://twitter.com/stefifm) 4m4 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/stefifm/status/845541936316452864) Mejores sectores, trampa de velocidad y máximas velocidades en c/sector de está primera qualy del año. Vía @fia (https://twitter.com/fia)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7v31ckXwAAPK3c.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7v33UHXUAAjL6K.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7v341rXUAA_vlV.jpg

llumia
25/03/2017, 11:43
Comentarios del equipo McLaren-Honda después de la clasificación:

http://www.mclaren.com/formula1/2017/australian-grand-prix/2017-australian-grand-prix-qualifying/ (https://twitter.com/stefifm)

deivison
25/03/2017, 11:55
Com novos carros Hamilton celebra primeira pole de 2017 na Austrália

Em uma nova Formula 1 a pole ficou nas mesmas mãos que geralmente ficava. Lewis Hamilton após um treino duro aonde ele teve mais trabalho que teve em 2016 para levar essa pole.

No Q1 nenhum susto com os pilotos da Mercedes, Ferrari e Red Bull que colocou com tranquilidade todos os 6 pilotos, Nem mesmo Felipe Massa, Romain Grosjean, Nico Hulkenberg teve problemas para a classificação. Mas a partir dai todos os outros pilotos tiveram que lutar para classificar para o Q2.

Nessa disputa alguns pilotos que tinham carros competitivos ficaram pelo caminho. Lance Stroll que bateu no 3ºTreino livre acabou tendo muitos problemas no treino e acabou com o 19ºlugar sendo eliminado no Q1 com a Williams (Que pode pagar caro pela inexperiência do piloto Canadense) Jolyon Palmer ficou em último lugar e só vai largar em 19º porque Stroll que teve seu câmbio trocado e com isso perdeu 5 posições no Grid de largada até porque o câmbio tem que durar 6 corridas para ser trocado sem punição. (O que é um verdadeiro absurdo esse regulamento)

Os outros eliminados foram Antonio Giovinazzi que acabou tendo um resultado acima do esperado com o carro da Sauber sendo que acabou perdendo a vaga no final do Q1. Kevin Magnussen que tomou uma surra do seu companheiro de equipe o Francês Romain Grosjean e o Belga Stoffel Vandoorne com a Mclaren que também paga pela inexperiência principalmente com um carro tão difícil como é o Mclaren-Honda apesar de estar mais preparado do que o Lance Stroll.

Valtteri Bottas nesse Q1 superou Lewis Hamilton.

No Q2 a disputa entre Bottas e Hamilton disputaram a liderança com a Ferrari por perto mostrando que é uma adversária séria dos carros da equipe Tri-campeã do mundo. Já a Red Bull esta mais longe. Já os outros tiveram de lutar pelas outras 4 vagas para o Q3. Marcus Ericsson com o carro da Sauber e Fernando Alonso com a Mclaren não tinham muito do que fazer já que ambos não tinham carro para passar para o Q3. Também digo que Esteban Ocon com a Force India esta um passo atrás de Perez e acabou não conseguiu disputar vaga para a parte final do Treino.

Os outros dois eliminados Perez com a Force India e Hulkenberg que estreia na equipe Renault. Eles foram companheiro de equipe em 2016 na Force India acabaram eliminados em 11º e 12ºlugar respectivamente ficando de fora da parte final de treino.

Romain Grosjean teve um grande desempenho colocando a Haas no Q3. Felipe Massa com a Williams cumprindo o papel de líder da equipe de maneira irretocável e os dois pilotos da Toro Rosso garantiram vaga no Q3 com Kvyat ficando na frente do Sainz jr. por alguns centésimos de segundo.

No Q3 Hamilton e Bottas travaram o primeiro duelo pela pole position não só entre ele já que tinha um Vettel motivado e com uma Ferrari que se apresentava muito bem. No primeiro duelo de tempos Hamilton acabou sendo o mais rápido com Bottas em 2º, Vettel em 3º e Raikkonen em 4º. A 8 minutos do final na sua tentativa de volta rápida o Australiano Daniel Ricciardo acabou rodando e indo para a brita, batendo por trás danificando o aerofólio de seu Red Bull. Com isso acabou provocando uma bandeira vermelha. além disso provocou a frustração dos torcedores Australianos que lotaram Melbourne no dia de hoje.

Com o treino parado por uns 10 minutos até a retirada do carro do piloto da Casa o treino voltou, A principio pouca movimentação sendo apenas Romain Grosjean que marcou uma bela volta ainda que longe da disputa pela pole. Já os postulantes a pole saíram no final do treino junto com os outros pilotos que não tinham feito volta rápida no Q3.

Valtteri Bottas foi buscar o tempo de Hamilton em sua última volta e acabou superado em 18 milésimos o tempo de seu companheiro de equipe que acabou segundos depois fazendo o tempo de 1:22.188 que acaba sendo o recorde do circuito em treino oficial na Formula 1. Sebastian Vettel em sua tentativa final acabou tomando o segundo lugar de Bottas. Colocando a Ferrari na primeira fila ao lado do tricampeão do mundo da Mercedes.

Valtteri Bottas com a Mercedes e Kimi Raikkonen com a Ferrari estão fazendo a 2ªFila no grid. Max Verstappen com a Red Bull acabou com o 5ºlugar e vai abrir a 3ªFila que terá o piloto Francês Romain Grosjean que leva a Haas a melhor posição do Grid de largada de sua história.

Felipe Massa com a Williams abre a 4ªFila tendo feito o 7ºlugar. Ao seu lado larga o Espanhol Carlos Sainz jr. que ficou 25 milésimos a frente de Daniil Kvyat que larga na 5ªFila que vai ter Daniel Ricciardo ao lado dele completando os 10 primeiros lugares com o carro da Red Bull.

Amanhã a partir das 2 da manha Horário de Brasilia teremos a largada para a Temporada de 2017 do 68ºmundial de Formula 1 começando com o GP da Austrália.

Grid de Largada:



Pos.

Piloto
Equipe
Chassis
Motor
Tempo
Nº de Voltas


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes
F1 W08 EQ Power+
Mercedes M08 EQ Power+
1:22.188
14


2
5
Sebastian Vettel
Ferrari
SH70
Ferrari 062
1:22.456
17


3
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
F1 W08 EQ Power+
Mercedes M08 EQ Power+
1:22.481
13


4
7
Kimi Raikkonen
Ferrari
SH70
Ferrari 062
1:23.033
19


5
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull
RB13
TAG Heuer
1:23.485
18


6
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas
VF-17
Ferrari 062
1:24.074
17


7
19
Felipe Massa
Williams
FW40
Mercedes M08 EQ Power+
1:24.443
16


8
55
Carlos Sainz jr.
Toro Rosso
STR12
Renault R.E.17
1:24.487
16


9
26
Daniil Kvyat
Toro Rosso
STR12
Renault R.E.17
1:24.512
16


10
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Red Bull
RB13
TAG Heuer
Sem Tempo
10


11
11
Sergio Perez
Force India
VJM10
Mercedes M08 EQ Power+
1:25.081
13


12
27
Nico Hulkenberg
Renault
R.S.17
Renault R.E.17
1:25.091
12


13
14
Fernando Alonso
Mclaren
MCL32
Honda RA617H
1:25.425
15


14
31
Esteban Ocon
Force India
VJM10
Mercedes M08 EQ Power+
1:25.568
16


15
9
Marcus Ericsson
Sauber
C36
Ferrari 061
1:26.465
15


16
36
Antonio Giovinazzi
Sauber
C36
Ferrari 061
1:26.419
8


17
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas
VF-17
Ferrari 062
1:26.847
7


18
2
Stoffel Vandoorne
Mclaren
MCL32
Honda RA617H
1:26.858
6


19
30
Jolyon Palmer
Renault
R.S.17
Renault R.E.17
1:27.143
7


20
18
Lance Stroll
Williams
FW40
Mercedes M08 EQ Power+
1:28.244
7



Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Toro Rosso / Ferrari / Mercedes / Haas
http://portalsportszone.com.br/?p=10023

llumia
25/03/2017, 18:14
FP3 y Clasificación: El "minuto a minuto":

BBC F1: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/38344885?live_variant=nonjs

Autosport Live: https://www.autosport.com/live/commentary/id/2533216/australian-gp-final-practice-and-qualifying

llumia
25/03/2017, 18:28
El fabricante Renault uiliza MGU-K's "spec. 2016" por temas de fiabilidad:

https://it.motorsport.com/f1/news/renault-montata-la-mgu-k-2016-per-ritrovare-laffidabilita-886169/

llumia
25/03/2017, 18:33
Pirelli Motorsport‏Verified account @pirellisport (https://twitter.com/pirellisport) 4h4 hours ago (https://twitter.com/pirellisport/status/845608178633117697)The #Fit4F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/Fit4F1?src=hash) sets still in play for tomorrow's #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash)! #infographic (https://twitter.com/hashtag/infographic?src=hash) http://bit.ly/QUaus17 (https://t.co/6bWNzyVuLN)
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7w0JjHWkAEbVTB.jpg

llumia
25/03/2017, 18:51
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RnK4_XSO9c

llumia
25/03/2017, 18:52
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvcib_dOYrE

McHouserphy
25/03/2017, 18:53
Los números de hoy:

FP3:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-FP3.png~original

Sesión de Clasificación para la parrilla de salida de carrera:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-QRF.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-QBS.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-QVX.png~original

Sanciones:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-SAN3.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-SAN4.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-SAN5.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-SAN6.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/2017-1-AUS-SAN7.png~original

Datos de Pirelli:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/Pirelli-1-Q1.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/Pirelli-1-Q2.png~original

llumia
25/03/2017, 18:57
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl_Y2fkj5MI

McHouserphy
25/03/2017, 19:19
la recopilación de los datos de la simulación Wintax de Magneti Marelli sobre Albert park 2017:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/Melbourne-TBL_ERS.jpg~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/WINTAX_MM_ITALIA.jpg~original

Fuente: https://it.motorsport.com/f1/news/gp-d-australia-con-il-gas-in-pieno-per-il-78-del-giro-all-albert-park-885212/

llumia
26/03/2017, 01:12
F1sMyDrug‏ @F1sMyDrug (https://twitter.com/F1sMyDrug) 4h4 hours ago (https://twitter.com/F1sMyDrug/status/845710790204248064) Evolución de los mejores tiempos en QUALI en circuito de #AlbertPark (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AlbertPark?src=hash) desde 1996 hasta 2017. El 1:22.188 de #Hamilton (https://twitter.com/hashtag/Hamilton?src=hash) fue el record absoluto


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7yQISTW4AMqz7b.jpg

llumia
26/03/2017, 01:31
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kc8A2gMmPhY

yorch
26/03/2017, 06:15
Me he despertado una hora antes :facepalm:

llumia
26/03/2017, 06:51
Hombre previsor vale por 2 :risitas: :abrazo:

A ver si vemos una buena carrera. De momento, DR se queda fuera a las primeras de "cambio" :roto2:

llumia
26/03/2017, 06:57
Tratan de "resetear" el RB13 de DR.

llumia
26/03/2017, 08:37
Formula 1‏Verified account @F1 (https://twitter.com/F1) 12s12 seconds ago (https://twitter.com/F1/status/845887112847265792)




PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION (LAP 57/57): First blood to @ScuderiaFerrari (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari) #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash) https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f1e6-1f1fa.png #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hash)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C70xlbqXwAAhufe.jpg

yorch
26/03/2017, 11:46
Es verdad que Albert Park no es el circuito idoneo para medir quien "la tiene mas larga" pero ha estado bien al menos que haya una alternativa a Mercedes y que parezca sólida. Es cierto que Verstappen ha hecho tapón y ha sido crucial pero Vettel estaba en la lucha, sin despegarse en ningun momento de Hamilton y dando muy buenas sensaciones. Gran victoria muy muy trabajada.

Los compañeros...Bottas ha ido de menos a mas y al final ha dejado una sensación buena, pero Kimi...da la sensación de ser de nuevo al que Alonso y Vettel apalearon en 2014 y 2015 y ni rastro del combativo Kimi que vimos en Renault o el año pasado. Espero y deseo que mejore y mucho y pronto.

Y esta última frase vale para Mclaren-Honda. Que Alonso haya estado a punto de puntuar me parece milagroso, y odio el término desde que Lomato lo acuñaba GP tras GP pero hoy creo que es válido utilizarlo.

La carrera ha sido aburridilla. Con muchas ganas porque era la primera pero esta la pillas a mitad de temporada y estariamos hablando de "tostón".

Muy agradable la inclusión de Cuquerella como comentarista, no solo es una mina de información, sino que se le ve muy cómodo en el puesto, muy suelto, y hace una pareja atómica con Pedro. El nuevo comentarista principal no me ha disgustado nada, alguna pifia menor pero muy entusiasta y ameno.

llumia
26/03/2017, 11:47
Pirelli Motorsport‏Verified account @pirellisport (https://twitter.com/pirellisport) 15m15 minutes ago (https://twitter.com/pirellisport/status/845931348938428417)




Our pitstop recap from today's #AusGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AusGP?src=hash)! More stats https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f449.png http://bit.ly/RaceAus17 (https://t.co/Jx3AlB5J3x) https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f1e6-1f1fa.pnghttps://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v2/72x72/1f3c1.png#F14F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F14F1?src=hash) #Infographic (https://twitter.com/hashtag/Infographic?src=hash)

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C71U8psXUAAg2R1.jpg

McHouserphy
27/03/2017, 15:16
Lo primero: pediros disculpas por el retraso :triste2:

Me he encontrado con inesperados problemas en el excel con el que trabajo estos asuntos :ouch: ; Problemas derivados de la no actualización (por olvido :seretonto:) de algunos valores propios de esta temporada 2017, y que obviamente han necesitado corrección. :homework:

Aún me quedan algunos detalles menores por corregir :putersmile1:, pero los datos fundamentales ya salen bien :sherlock: (creo:gaydude:).

Para el próximo GP ya estará todo como debe. :sisi3: :putersmile1:


Los números del GP de Australia:

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_RRace.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_RBS.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_RVM.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_PITS.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_TPIT.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_STINTS.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_SANFIA.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS_VaV.png~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS-GRVPOS.jpg~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS-TBLRES.jpg~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/TBLRESTOT.jpg~original

http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/1-AUS-CLAGEN.jpg~original

McHouserphy
27/03/2017, 15:17
AUSTRALIA 2017 - PDFs (https://mega.nz/#!mhUyHbKB!Z27I8bp7K07g1w-TIV2Rg2U6qTk7FtEk8qBWTwt7Nxc)

llumia
27/03/2017, 18:25
Nada de pedir disculpas, McH, millones de gracias por el estupendo trabajo que creas y compartes con nosotr@s cada GP. :gracias: :flowers: :abrazo:

deivison
29/03/2017, 02:47
Número de voltas que cada piloto deu no final de semana:


Esteban Ocon 148
Daniil Kvyat 147
Sergio Perez 145
Valtteri Bottas 141
Carlos Sainz jr. 141
Lewis Hamilton 139
Kimi Raikkonen 132
Sebastian Vettel 131
Nico Hulkenberg 129
Felipe Massa 122
Lance Stroll 115
Stoffel Vandoorne 113
Max Verstappen 109
Fernando Alonso 109
Marcus Ericsson 105
Daniel Ricciardo 96
Kevin Magnussen 92
Romain Grosjean 90
Antonio Giovinazzi 81
Pascal Wehrlein 52
Jolyon Palmer 44

Velocidade Máxima de cada piloto:

Daniil Kvyat 320,8 km – 199.378 milhas
Lance Stroll 320,3 km – 199.067 milhas
Nico Hulkenberg 318,3 km – 197.824 milhas
Lewis Hamilton 318,0 km – 197.638 milhas
Esteban Ocon 317,6 km – 197.389 milhas
Valtteri Bottas 316,3 km – 196.581 milhas
Kevin Magnussen 315,7 km – 196.208 milhas
Max Verstappen 315,3 km – 195.960 milhas
Sebastian Vettel 314,6 km – 195.525 milhas
Carlos Sainz jr. 312,1 km – 193.971 milhas
Sergio Perez 309,2 km – 192.169 milhas
Stoffel Vandoorne 306,9 km – 190.739 milhas
Kimi Raikkonen 304,3 km – 189.123 milhas
Daniel Ricciardo 303,8 km – 188.812 milhas
Felipe Massa 303,0 km – 188.315 milhas
Antonio Giovinazzi 298.7 km – 185.643 milhas
Jolyon Palmer 295.1 km – 183.405 milhas
Romain Grosjean 294.7 km – 183.157 milhas
Fernando Alonso 290.8 km – 180.733 milhas
Marcus Ericsson 290.7 km – 180.671 milhas

Volta Ideal da corrida:

Volta ideal da corrida – 1:26.341
Melhor primeiro Setor: Valtteri Bottas 28.885
Melhor segundo setor: Max Verstappen 23.071
Melhor terceiro setor: Sebastian Vettel 34.385

Voltas na Liderança:

Sebastian Vettel 38
Lewis Hamilton 16
Valtteri Bottas 2
Kimi Raikkonen 1

Quem ganhou posições:

Stoffel Vandoorne + 5
Antonio Giovinazzi + 4
Lance Stroll + 4
Sergio Perez + 3
Esteban Ocon + 3
Kevin Magnussen + 2
Sebastian Vettel + 1
Felipe Massa + 1
Valtteri Bottas 0
Kimi Raikkonen 0
Max Verstappen 0
Carlos Sainz jr. 0
Daniil Kvyat 0
Nico Hulkenberg 0
Jolyon Palmer 0

Quem perdeu posições:

Lewis Hamilton – 1
Fernando Alonso – 2
Daniel Ricciardo – 2
Marcus Ericsson – 4
Romain Grosjean – 14
Valtteri Bottas 0
Kimi Raikkonen 0
Max Verstappen 0
Carlos Sainz jr. 0
Daniil Kvyat 0
Nico Hulkenberg 0
Jolyon Palmer 0

Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/?p=10076

McHouserphy
29/03/2017, 23:09
La pertinente sesión de rayas tras el GP:

Posiciones por vuelta y compuesto
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-PV.png~original

Uso de compuestos
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-USNEU.png~original

Vueltas promedio y vueltas rápidas
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-VPVR.png~original

Mejores sectoresy vuelta ideal
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-BSVI.png~original

Tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TV10T.png~original

Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TV10ST.png~original

Ritmo promedio
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-RP20.png~original

Ritmo promedio de los diez primeros
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-RP10.png~original

Tiempo compensado de los diez primeros
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TC10.png~original

Stints de los tiempos compensados de los diez primeros
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TC10ST.png~original

Distancias entre pilotos
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-DP20.png~original

Distancias entre pilotos de los diez primeros
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-DP10.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes y los Ferrari
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMEFE.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes y los Red Bull
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMERB.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes y los Williams
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMEWI.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los MacLaren, y los Force India
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMCFI.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los MacLaren, y los Toro Rosso
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMCSTR.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los MacLaren, y los HAAS
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMCHAA.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los MacLaren, y los Renault
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMCREN.png~original

Stints de tiempos por vuelta de los MacLaren, y los Sauber
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-TVSTMCSAU.png~original

Huella de carrera (el cero es el valor de la vuelta promedio de cada piloto)
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-HR10.png~original

Huella de carrera compensada (compensación peso gasolina)
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-HC10.png~original

Comparación vueltas de Vettel y Hamilton
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-DIFV7-44.png~original

Histograma comparación vueltas de Vettel y Hamilton
http://i1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd506/McHouserphy/2017/AUSTRALIA/AUS17-BAS44-7.png~original



Y como siempre, el que quiera algo en concreto, que lo diga :sherlock:, porque soy divino:gaydude::roto2rie: pero no adivino :cunaooooo::juas:

llumia
31/03/2017, 14:12
Transcripción RADIOS: http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2017/03/31/2017-australian-grand-prix-team-radio-transcript/