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McHouserphy
07/09/2020, 15:12
FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2020 – GP Nº 9
GRAN PREMIO DE LA TOSCANA




Mugello


Autodromo Internacional del Mugello
Via Senni 15
50038 Scarperia
ITALIA

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HORARIOS:
Viernes 11 de Septiembre :

Prácticas Libres, Sesión 1 :Horario Local : 11:00 a 12:30 - España :11:00 a 12:30 - GMT : 09:00 a 10:30
Prácticas Libres, Sesión 2 : Horario Local :15:00 a 16:30 - España :15:00 a 16:30 - GMT : 13:00 a 14:30

Sábado 12 de Septiembre :

Prácticas Libres, Sesión 3 : Horario Local : 12:00 a 13:00 - España :12:00 a 13:00 - GMT : 10:00 a 11:00
Clasificatorias de Parrilla de Salida : Horario Local :15:00 a 16:00 - España :15:00 a 16:00 - GMT : 13:00 a 14:00

Domingo 13 de Septiembre :
CARRERA: Horario Local: 15:10 - España: 15:10 - GMT: 13:10

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Datos Básicos de Pista


Fecha de creación: 1950
Primer Gran Premio de F1: 13/09/2020
Grandes Premios organizados: 0
Capacidad de espectadores: 84000
Longitud oficial:5.245 metros. / 3,259 millas

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Longitud oficial:5.245 metros. / 3,259 millas
Número de vueltas: 59.
Sentido de giro: Derechas (horario).
Longitud total de carrera: 309,455km / 192,286 millas.
Longitud rodadura: metros.
Compensación de linea de salida: m.
Curvas oficiales: 15
Curvas reales: 15
Curvas oficiales a derecha: 9.
Curvas oficiales a izquierda: 6.
[Curvas reales a derecha: 9.
Curvas reales a izquierda: 6.


% de vuelta con acelerador a fondo: 65%.
% de vuelta usando freno: 18%.
% de uso de ERS por vuelta: 36%.
Consumo por vuelta: 1,83 Kg.
Consumo por vuelta: 2.4 l.
Penalización por vuelta de combustible: 0,047s.
Demora por cada 10Kg de carga: 0,257s.
Tiempo de entrada y salida de pits (sin repostar): 19,8s.
Distancia desde la salida hasta la primera frenada: 595m.
Tiempo de vuelta de referencia: 1:18,704.


Carga aerodinámica: Media-Baja
Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Medio
Agarre del asfalto:
Tipo de neumático: Medio
Desgaste de neumáticos: Medio


Tipos de Neumáticos suministrados por Pirelli:
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Selección de neumáticos de los pilotos:
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Brembo. La frenadas más duras de Mugello:
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Ventana Pit Stop a 1 parada : vueltas a
Ventana Pit Stop a 2 paradas : vueltas a y a
Ventana Pit Stop a 3 paradas : vueltas a , a y a


Mejor vuelta 1:18,704 - Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari 2004)
Mejor pole - ()
Pole 2019 : - ()
Vuelta Rápida 2019 : V. Botas - ()
Podium 2019 : 1º ; 2º ; 3º



Piloto con más Poles:
Escudería con más Poles: /B]
Piloto con más victorias:
Escudería con más Victorias:

Onboard de Mugello:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4MB4LlTLCI



El nombre de Mugello está asociado con las carreras automovilísticas en esa área de la Toscana italiana desde 1914, originalmente era un temible circuito de carreras de 61 km.
Mugello, cerca de Florencia, nunca ha sido sede de una carrera de Fórmula 1, aunque ha albergado multitud de sesiones de entrenamientos en pretemporada, el último en el año 2012, así como sesiones de entrenamientos de equipos cuando estas estaban permitidas.
El circuito de Mugello se inauguró en junio de 1974. En 1988 Ferrari compró la pista, ubicada a 120 km de su sede, Maranello.
Mugello es un circuito ondulante que los pilotos adoran casi universalmente, y casi todos lo colocan entre "sus preferidos". Exigente en cuanto a los niveles de potencia de motor, medio en cuanto a la dureza con los sistemas de frenos y de dificultad media en los adelantamientos.
Ubicado en un valle, la topografía natural hace que una vuelta a la pista de 5,2 km, sea como una montaña rusa por sus variadas curvas rápidas en subida y bajada, ya que cuenta con 43m. de desnivel entre su parte más alta y la más baja, y en la que solo su larga recta de meta de 1141m. les da un respiro a los pilotos.


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Enlaces / Links :

Web oficial del Circuito de Mugello. (https://mugellocircuit.com/en/)
Página Oficial de la F1 (http://www.formula1.com)
Datos FIA (https://www.fia.com/events/fia-formula-one-world-championship/season-2020/formula-one)
Datos Pirelli (https://f1pressarea.pirelli.com/index.php)
Free Live Timing (https://f1.tfeed.net/)



Carreras en Internet:
[o]VerCanalesTV F1 (http://vercanalestv1.com/ver-formula-1-en-directo-y-online-gratis/)
[o]VerPlusOnLine F1 (http://verplusonline.com/movistar-formula-uno/)



Noticias en Español:
[o]CarandDriver.es (http://www.caranddriver.es/formula-1)
[o]Motor21.com (http://motor21.com/sobre/formula-1/)
[o]SoyMotor.com (https://es.motorsport.com/category/f1/&quot;MotorSport.com[/URL]<br /> [o][URL=https://www.soymotor.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]F1Today (https://www.f1today.net/en/)
[o]F1fanatic.co.uk (http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/)
[o]PitPass.com (https://www.pitpass.com/)

McHouserphy
07/09/2020, 15:12
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GoVal
07/09/2020, 20:19
Muchas gracias por el hilo, McH. :abrazo: Muchas ganas de ver aquí un gran premio. Siendo un circuito tan al gusto de los pilotos, espero que tanto ellos como nosotros podamos disfrutar de una buena carrera.

Una pena que Ferrari celebre aquí, justamente aquí, su carrera número 1.000 estando en las condiciones que las que está.

GoVal
07/09/2020, 20:21
Una imagen más del circuito.


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GoVal
07/09/2020, 20:29
El previo de Pirelli.


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McHouserphy
07/09/2020, 20:59
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llumia
07/09/2020, 22:03
Una vuelta a la pista:

https://twitter.com/i/status/1303057952841007106

McHouserphy
07/09/2020, 22:17
Reparado el link de la vuelta onboard de Muguello en el post de apertura, pero aquí repongo ese y otros


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4MB4LlTLCI


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yorch
08/09/2020, 05:35
Es un circuito que patee bastante en mi epoca de "simulero", muy divertido y, al menos en simulación, daba lugar a muchos piques, aunque casi siempre corriamos con turismos o GT's, y creo recordar una carrera con Formula 3. A veces me dan ganas de desempolvar el equipo y grabar algunas vueltas (era un paquete).:facepalm:

llumia
08/09/2020, 12:50
Las imágenes de las cámaras a bordo de los autos durante la sesión de clasificación van a ser espectaculares y probablemente lo mejor del GP.

Por la naturaleza de la pista, como comentais, la carrera tiene pinta de ser un tostón, salvo que los neumáticos, que van a sufrir de lo lindo, no puedan con el desafío.

Creo que los autos del equipo Mercedes pueden mostrar una superioridad obscena, con casi todas las curvas de media o alta velocidad, generando la 'downforce' que genera la W11.

Supongo que la RB16 de MV les seguirá a una distancia prudencial.

Mientras que esos autos tengan "aire libre", no van a tener problemas para motrar su superioridad, pero si por un casual "caen" al pelotón, van a sufrir con la "refrigeraçao" :risitas:

Uno de los equipos de los que espero una substancial "mejora" y sin "tocar nada" :risitas: es la Suderia Ferrari, la SF1000 genera un montón de "carga" y en esta pista no van a tener que verse obligados a "comprometer" los niveles de 'downforce' para evitar ser "caracoles" en las rectas, con lo que debieran encontrar de forma más fácil un mejor balance de sus autos.

Creo que el equipo McLaren F1 puede seguir brillando, por el "momentum" que traen del último GP y por lo bien que va la MCL35 en curva rápida, como bien constató DR en el pasado GP. Lo que me presenta alguna duda es la posición de los autos del equipo Racing Point, en teoría, el auto Mercedes de la pasada campaña, sigue la filosofía de diseño típica de la marca, generar cantidades enormes de DF sin preocuparse por tener problemas en las rectas, gracias a su potentísima Unidad Motriz, por lo que debieran estar por ahí peleándose con los McLata.

También me parece una incógnita el equipo Alpha Tauri, en el pasado GP, en el S2 iban muy bien, por lo que si se replica esa situación, también pueden rendir a muy alto nivel aquí.

Los que creo que lo van a pasar mal aquí, son los autos del equipo Renault, pues el paso por curva de alta velocidad, no se encuentra entre las fortalezas de la RS20.

Veremos.

GoVal
08/09/2020, 18:32
Los horarios en Movistar-F1.


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llumia
09/09/2020, 19:20
Giancarlo Fisichella descubre los secretos del Mugello:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtzx3JrpXTM

McHouserphy
09/09/2020, 21:13
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McHouserphy
10/09/2020, 14:43
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McHouserphy
10/09/2020, 14:53
Datos Brembo de frenadas:

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llumia
10/09/2020, 17:56
Así prepara el equipo Mercedes AMG F1 un GP cuando nunca han competido en una determinada pista:

While it has hosted F1 testing, Mugello has never hosted a round of the world championship before. Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) lifts the lid on how it prepares for a new track.

Most F1 teams last visited the Mugello circuit for a three-day test in May 2012. Since then, there have been substantial changes to the cars, engines and tyres as well as smaller changes to the track. That's why the teams will treat Mugello as a completely new circuit. They will have a similar approach to the third race in Italy this year at Imola, as well as the races in Portugal, Turkey and Germany and the second Bahrain (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/1/sakhir) race.

The first step in the preparation process for a new race is purchasing highly accurate Lidar maps. These 3D maps don't just reflect general layout features like track width or cornering gradients, but also important details like the configuration of the kerbs and details of the track surface.

The maps are accurate enough to be used in the driver-in-loop (DiL) simulator where drivers find the optimal racing line around a lap. Both Lewis and Valtteri have driven the Mugello circuit in the team's DiL simulator in Brackley.

The racing line obtained from the DiL then forms the basis of further simulation work in the automated simulator that the team uses to gain an understanding of the set-up direction of the car. Thanks to these highly accurate simulation tools, the engineers can do a lot of preparation work for a new circuit at the factory, allowing the track-side part of the operation to focus on tyre and strategy work rather than having to concentrate on set-up alone.

In preparation for a race weekend at a track that F1 visits regularly, teams will look at data from previous years to learn from past experiences. However, this data has a certain expiration date. For example, one of the aspects that the team tries to understand before heading to a race is the specific energy management and the deployment maps which the track layout requires. That renders data from before the hybrid era obsolete in preparation of a new race.

From a driver's perspective, coming to a new track is a bit different though. While drivers can use the simulator to learn the layout of a track, they tend to find more lap time on a new track than they usually find over the course of a race weekend, as they experiment with brake points, racing lines and cornering speeds.

Mugello features an unusual track layout with a number of very fast corners as well as a complete absence of slow ones - even the 'slowest' corner (Turn 1) is expected to be taken at an apex speed of around 140 kph (86 mph). Mugello's many fast turns and its fairly old, abrasive tarmac bear some resemblance to Suzuka (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/20/suzuka) and engineers use the venue of the Japanese Grand Prix as a reference point for their predictions about tyre life and degradation: both tracks generate a very high sliding energy and put a lot of stress on the tyres.

The section from Turn 6 to Turn 9 will be particularly demanding on the tyres. The four corners (the right-left combination of Casanova and Savelli followed by the two Arrabiata right-handers) are expected to be taken flat which will put very high loads on the tyres. This also presents a challenge for the set-up of the car as teams will try and find a solution that deals with the high sliding energy.

The high-speed, twisty character of the track as well as its fairly narrow width will make overtaking tricky in Mugello, placing a particular importance on qualifying. The best point for overtaking is predicted to be at the end of the long straight going into the 'slow' Turn 1.

https://www.pitpass.com/67961/How-F1-teams-prepare-for-a-new-track


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfwAqvnEcY8

McHouserphy
10/09/2020, 20:55
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GoVal
10/09/2020, 22:36
En esta carrera tan especial para ellos, Ferrari lucirá un color especial, uno más borgoña, en recuerdo al Ferrari 125 F1 de 1950.


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GoVal
10/09/2020, 22:50
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McHouserphy
10/09/2020, 23:13
Y tanto que va a ser especial :gaydude::risitas:...

Seguro que no es para que no les reconozcan? :sherlock::risitas:...

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:33
Me gusta el color :sherlock:

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:35
Previas de algunos de los equipos:

Tuscan GP: Preview - McLarenCarlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "What a start to the Italian double-header! I still have a bit of a nagging feeling for not getting the win, but after a couple of days and having reviewed the weekend I'm obviously very happy with our performance. We were the fastest car behind Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) all weekend, and even after the setback of the red flag we managed to put ourselves again back in contention for the win. I drove my heart out the whole race and gave everything to catch Pierre. He did a good job holding on so well done to him.



"We move on to Mugello, where I hope we can carry our good momentum and have another strong weekend. It's a completely new track for me and F1 cars have never raced here before, which makes it an exciting challenge. Getting as much data, confidence and understanding as possible on Friday will be crucial to a good weekend."


Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "Mugello is a circuit that usually makes me think of MotoGP, rather than Formula 1, so I'm excited to be getting the chance to race there this weekend. I think it's going to be quite a physical circuit, with fast, long corners and lots of g-force. Expect to see a few drivers resting their necks on the headrest! I hope we're in for some more excitement this weekend, especially considering how close we were to a double podium last week. We've been working hard in the simulator to prepare for this weekend and try to gather data on the circuit.


"I've raced there before in Formula 4, so I do have some experience of the track. Racing in an F1 car will be very different to F4 though, so this sim time has been crucial to our preparation. I'm sure it will be an interesting race, especially considering the limited information the teams have on the track. We'll be aiming to make the most of the circumstances and try and bag ourselves some crucial points in the Constructors' Championship."


James Key, Technical Director: "It's great to be heading to a new circuit this weekend, which is a good thing for the sport during this compressed season. Mugello is a fantastic track in a beautiful part of Italy and it will be great to see Formula 1 cars race there.


"Mugello is a new challenge with a real mix of corners, many of which are high-speed. That's a difficult thing to quantify when you haven't got any historic data from a circuit. So, a lot of work has been going on in the background through simulation to learn about the circuit and how our current F1 car will perform there.


"With regards to mechanical and aerodynamic set-up, we have to simulate that as best we can and estimate what we believe to be the right start point but of course leave our options open. It's going to be dependent on the reality of the situation when we arrive, particularly how the tyres behave on that particular track surface and conditions. This is one of the most difficult things to predict at an early stage.


"Mugello is a really interesting place that is more akin to a combination of Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) and Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona), than somewhere like Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), for example. There are a series of fairly high-speed corners in the middle of the lap which are similar in nature to Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone). Then it gets more technical towards the end, where you have lower speeds with long duration hairpin-like corners. We will be looking for a set-up - both aero and mechanical - that tries to accommodate all of those aspects.


"It's a great engineering challenge and one that I think represents opportunities and pitfalls when you go to a new circuit with the nature of Mugello. It will be good to get started and see whether we were close to the mark or whether there's still a lot to learn come Friday. I'm sure there will still be a great deal to do, but there has been a lot of background work and we're going into the weekend with a good level of preparation."

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:38
Tuscan GP: Preview - Alfa RomeoMugello is a name that evokes memories: motorcycle races, long days of testing, first days - or only days - in the car for hopeful youngsters. This circuit is one we all, in one way or another, know, it's part of our sport's collective psyche. But none of those memories is of Formula One cars racing each other: and it may well be, as the Tuscan circuit has never been put to that use until this week, when it will host its first Grand Prix.



Set in the hills just north of Florence - a lovely part of the world, if you ask us - Mugello Circuit features many medium- and high-speed corners that will provide a challenge to the drivers. A long home straight and elevation changes add to the layout, with some corners, like the two Arrabbiata blind right handers, a particular highlight.


For the team, Mugello is another important race - both on and off the track. The second of three races in Italy this season, it will be a matter of pride to fly the colours of Alfa Romeo (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/15/alfa-romeo) on the marque's home turf; it will be a second home race in a row for Antonio, who will once again sport his special edition helmet in tribute to his country. Finally, with fans finally returning, albeit in limited numbers, to a Grand Prix, we will aim to put up a great show for them while making our name proud.


Mugello is, of course, where in late 2000 a young-faced Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen) made his debut on a Formula One car, testing for Sauber (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/9/sauber). Just 20 and with only 23 races in any single seater under his belt, the Finn represented somewhat of an unusual choice when being evaluated for a race seat, but he did enough to impress - way enough to impress, not just the team but also Michael Schumacher, who was observing the test - to earn a place on the grid with Sauber (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/9/sauber) for the 2001 season.


The rest, as they say, is history...


Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "We are coming to the end of the third triple-header of the season, but we can't let fatigue get in the way of our work. We have been making some progress, although the standings don't show it yet, and we have to keep pushing like hell to close the gap with the cars ahead and fight for the top ten consistently. We have seen last weekend that races can get turned upside down very quickly and we need to be ready to make the most of every opportunity. In Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), circumstances went against us but next time a twist could work better for us and we'll need to be sharp to make it count. Racing week after week doesn't leave much time to catch up but everyone, both at the track and back home in Switzerland, is doing their best to improve."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "The Mugello circuit is where I had my first ever test with Sauber (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/9/sauber), back in 2000, but I seriously doubt those days twenty years ago are going to give me that much of a competitive advantage. It's going to be nice to be back on that track with the same team I was there with back in the day, but I don't think we will have a lot of time to indulge in reminiscing about the past. We're there to race and hopefully we can have a good weekend. The track is new to everybody and that could make things interesting, at least because nobody has any data about it and the drivers will need to get to grips with the circuit. We have been making some steps forward, both in qualifying and in the race but we haven't been able to bring home some points yet, so that has to remain our objective for the weekend."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "My second home race of the season and another chance to make progress. I have never raced at Mugello in my career, although I did some testing there in 2018 before racing in Le Mans, but I remember it as a very fun track to drive. It'll also be the first race of the season where we have some fans, although not many, so I am keen to race and give them a good show. Last weekend we had some positives and some negatives: we seemed to be a bit more on the pace and we were able to be in some fights, especially at the start, but then the penalty effectively put an end to my race. We can build on the steps forward we have made and aim to make up some more ground this weekend."

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:39
Tuscan GP: Preview - WilliamsThe team make their way south to the beautiful Tuscan countryside and home to one of the world's finest circuits, Mugello, for the final race of this triple header. This will be the first time that Mugello hosts a Formula One World Championship event having previously held fixtures for a number of international series over the years, most notably MotoGP. The classic Italian circuit is undulated, tucked away in the rolling hills of Tuscany and is universally adored by drivers, and ours are no exception.



Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: This week we assemble in Tuscany at the first of the new venues on the 2020 calendar. Mugello hosts its first ever Formula One race this weekend and is a stunning venue to end this latest triple-header and a fitting one for Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s 1000th Grand Prix.


Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello will be new to both the fans and many people within Formula One despite it previously being used as a Formula One test track. However, very quickly the teams, drivers and fans will come to appreciate what a fantastic track it is. The fast sweeping corners and significant elevation changes will be hard on the tyres and will demand significant downforce and grip. The single DRS zone may make overtaking a little difficult, but at 800m, it is one of the longest of the season and may be enough to allow drivers to get an advantage before braking for T1.


We battled hard in the race at Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), and although the nature of the circuit didn't suit the car very well, we secured a good final result. The nature of Mugello, which has some parallels with Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone) and the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Ring, should be more suited to our car. Even though many teams will have access to track simulations and previous data, the Free Practice sessions are still likely to be busy as the drivers begin to understand the nuances of this great circuit.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67951/drivers/66/george-russell): I am really excited to drive at Mugello. I drove there six years ago, and it was one the best tracks I have ever driven. It will be incredibly physical for all of the drivers out there with the extremely high speeds. This circuit should suit us more than the last two so I will be going there and giving it my all and hope for a good weekend.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): Mugello is going to be a new experience for Formula One, and one that we would not have been going to under normal circumstances. Last time I was here was in 2014 for a test day, prior to that I raced there in my first year in 2012 so it has been a while. I think it is going to be a very intense track for these current F1 cars, as it is very high speed and a real neck killer. I am looking forward to the challenge as it is always nice to drive on new tracks, or ones that we haven't been to in a while. It will be a fresh challenge and we will be pushing to keep up with the improvements that we have been making all year.

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:41
Tuscan GP: Preview - Red BullYou've driven the Mugello track once before, what do you think it will be like in a Formula One car?



Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): I have never raced at Mugello but I drove the circuit recently and it is a really great track. It is a pretty unique circuit and not really similar to another on the calendar and it is going to be really fast in a Formula One car which is the outstanding factor to consider. It's not going to be easy to make overtakes but it's definitely going to be fun to drive and I'm looking forward to experiencing it.


What do you foresee as the main challenge around this circuit?

MV: Mugello is definitely going to be hard on tyres, mainly because of all of the high speed corners and high track temperatures. It's also a new challenge to see how you're going to perform without any preparation or knowledge on-track in an F1 car. It's also a good test for the Team, as well as for the drivers. The engineers have already done a lot of simulator work, we've prepared in the best way possible but there will still be a lot of fine tuning to do at the track which is normal but it makes Friday more important.


In your opinion, what is the best part of the track?

MV: All of the fast corners, especially Turns 1 and 2, those corners are flat. I don't really have a lot of experience there of course, so I'll just have to go with the flow but I like new challenges and it is good to mix things up a bit for everyone. It's going to be super-fast and great fun in an F1 car and hopefully our weekend will end in a better way than last weekend.


Tell us everything we need to know about Mugello.

Alex Albon: I'm really looking forward to Mugello and I think it's going to be a special race. With no slow corners, it's going to be unbelievable and I think it will be the most physical track we go to. It's a really cool circuit and I've driven there once before back in 2012 in Formula Renault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault). It's going to be one of the quickest tracks on the calendar this year in terms of pure outright speed and just to give you an idea, I think the lowest gear we'll use is fourth!


What are you looking forward to most about driving there?

AA: The whole track is pretty special, it's quick and there's a lot of elevation so it will be definitely be a lot of fun for us as drivers. I've driven it on the simulator and it's got a very good flow to it. As a Team, it's hard to say but I think it could be a good track for us and as it's new on the F1 calendar, everyone is pretty new to this place and so experience and knowledge won't play so much of a role which could make things interesting.


Mugello is a fast and physical track and it's the third race of a triple header. Are drivers going to feel it?

AA: It's going to be extremely physical because the long, loaded corners are where you feel the g forces and Mugello is full of them! It will be massive and we're definitely going to feel it, I know that. I think tracks like Singapore and Hungary, driver fitness does play some part and we could see that here.


Is there going to be much overtaking?

AA: I don't think it will be easy at all to overtake so qualifying is going to be important. The only place to make a move is Turn 1 so that's where the cameras should be focusing. I expect with such high speeds, we're going to see a lot of tyre wear so it could be exciting race from a strategy point of view, with maybe two or three stops.


This will be the first race we have fans back in the grandstands which makes a nice change?

AA: It's going to be really nice to see some new faces around the circuit stands, I'm getting tired of the same guys in the paddock! It's a good thing and we're doing it safely so I'm looking forward to it.

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:43
Tuscan GP: Preview - RenaultIt was a solid sixth place for Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) in Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) as he targets more this weekend in Tuscany at the fast and flowing Mugello.


What do you know about Mugello?

Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): I'm really excited to drive a modern Formula 1 car at Mugello. I've been there in 2007 for Formula Renault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) and in 2012 for an F1 test. It's so fast and flowing, it has a nice rhythm and it's going to be a lot of hard work at the wheel. I think all our necks are going to want to fly off because of the changes of direction and medium to high speed corners! It's going to be pretty awesome.


Where will be the best place for overtaking?

DR: For racing, it's difficult to know where it'll be good to overtake in these current cars. I'd say Turn 1 is going to be the best place, but I think we're going to be braking late and deep into there as it's quite a long corner. It's going to be hard to send it from far, but that will be the challenge. The last corner is long and quick and hopefully there will be a few lines we can take to get closer to another car. I do think qualifying will be crazy there and a lot of fun.


What's the feeling after Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza)?

DR: It's one of those races where you're happy with the result, but also left thinking if there could have been more. I think we did well to leave with points. We raced well, made good overtakes, held a good position early on until the safety car and red flag meant everything was shook up a bit. We scored well in Belgium, the same in Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), so it would be great to keep up the trend with more this weekend in Mugello.


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) drove strongly to climb his way from twelfth on the grid to eighth in Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza). Now it's time to switch virtual Mugello laps on his home simulator to real ones as he gets ready for the Tuscan Grand Prix.


Is Mugello new to you?

Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): Mugello looks like a fantastic track for pure pace. I don't have any experience racing there as I've not driven it for real. From what I've seen on my home simulator it looks a massive challenge for the car, the driver and especially the tyres, which will be critical to manage throughout. I've driven a lot of laps there on the simulator and it has a nice combination of corners, some quick ones, which will be mega impressive in the current cars. I think it will be medium to high downforce with a lot tyre degradation. We'll have a sore neck, so that's something to keep in mind during the preparation.


Have you watched other racing series there?

EO: I've watched MotoGP on TV and I think it's their top speed of the year, which is impressive. For them, every corner is a challenge, but for us, I think some of the corners where MotoGP is high-speed and having to manage, F1 should be flat out, so it will be quite cool to see. Qualifying is going to be very fast and exciting.


How do you evaluate the Italian race?

EO: I'm pleased we continued our points scoring run during this triple header. Of course, as a driver, you always want more, and we'll be continuing to work to make sure we're well prepared for this weekend. I'm happy with how the race went, we made overtakes, we showed solid pace, so we'll push for better for this next one.


The team picked up 12 points from last weekend's Italian Grand Prix as Formula 1 moves to the hills of Tuscany and the twists, turns and curves of Mugello. Chief Race Engineer Ciaron Pilbeam outlines how the team is gearing up for this weekend's race.


How does the team reflect on the Italian Grand Prix?

Ciaron Pilbeam: Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) was a very unusual race, particularly with the closure of the pit entry during the first safety car. Some drivers did well out of it, others didn't. We did not benefit particularly, but we also didn't lose out greatly, and having started seventh and twelfth on the grid, to finish sixth and eighth is not bad. It's good points for the Championship.


What do we know about Mugello?

CP: Mugello is effectively a new circuit for us. Some teams used to test there several years ago, but the cars are very different now and there won't be much from previous running that is very relevant to this weekend. The circuit has mainly medium and high-speed corners, some very fast, but also a long straight, so the choice of downforce level will be a compromise between the two. The best overtaking opportunity will be at Turn 1, as the straight is so long, although that corner is not very slow, so it won't necessarily be easy.


How will the team prepare for learning a new circuit?

CP: Our priorities for the first part of the weekend will be to give the drivers time to get up to speed on the new circuit, to dial in the setup as we learn the details of the track, and to understand the behaviour of the tyres. We have the three hardest compounds as this circuit is likely to be quite severe. It's the first of several circuits that we have not been to for a few years, so it's an interesting new challenge.

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:46
Tuscan GP: Preview - HaasHaas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team is ready for a third Formula One World Championship round in as many weeks, the second in succession in Italy, but the first in history that will take place at the Mugello Circuit.



Road racing has taken place in the region for a century and in 1974 a specially designed circuit was opened in Mugello, located in the Tuscan hills, within reach of the historic city of Florence. The 14-turn 5.245km circuit is famed for its medium and high-speed corners - and lengthy pit straight - that winds its way around the stunning Tuscan countryside, and for several decades it has been the scene of many famous moments in the MotoGP World Championship. But for the first time in its history it will host a Formula One grand prix and become the fourth Italian venue to welcome the sport, joining Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), Imola and Pescara on an exclusive list. It will be the 99th time a World Championship event has been held on Italian soil - more than any country in history. It will also be a celebration of 1000 Formula One events for Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team's technical partner Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari).


The Tuscan Grand Prix will also mark a welcome return to spectators - albeit in limited capacity. After eight events with zero fans there will be up to 2,880 trackside fans each day at Mugello.


Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean) sampled Formula One machinery when the championship visited Mugello for in-season testing back in 2012. That outing came five years after the fresh-faced Frenchman triumphed from pole position at Mugello in his title-winning Formula 3 Euro Series campaign. Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen), meanwhile, is gearing up for his first taste of Tuscan tarmac aboard Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team's VF-20.


The race at Mugello, the ‘Formula 1 Gran Premio Della Toscana Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) 1000' is named as a celebration of Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s
1000th Grand Prix. Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team has obviously enjoyed a working relationship with Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) since its inception. Your thoughts please on Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s impact in Formula One and specifically with the growth and development of Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team.

Guenther Steiner: "Formula One without Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) would only be half of Formula One - that's what we have to be honest about. They've been there since almost the beginning and they're just such a big part of what Formula One is now.

Honestly, without Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) we wouldn't be here either. In the beginning when we tried to find a different way to do it, they were listening to us and entertaining us. We then found a solution where we could enter Formula One. Entering Formula One without a partner, starting from nothing, it's almost impossible - I'm not saying impossible, there's always someone that can do the impossible. Put simply though, without them, we wouldn't be here. Our relationship with Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) was always very good, and it's continued to improve with time."


What feedback have the team and your drivers given you in terms of what to expect performance-wise from Mugello's layout based on their own preparations, simulation runs and track analysis?

GS: "Mugello's more like a traditional circuit, as I would call it, not like Spa (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/19/spa-francorchamps) and Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) which are high speed circuits. Hopefully we can perform a little bit better there with it not being so power sensitive. I think it's good that we're going there. We also have to remember that this is the first time a Formula One race has been held there. Being a new track, as is normal, I'm sure some surprises will come up. I'm hoping we'll have some good surprises."


The Tuscan Grand Prix marks the ninth event in 11 weekends for Formula One. What are your thoughts on the intensity of the current run of races and what has been the impact on both yourself - from a managerial perspective, and the team operationally?

GS: "Thinking back several months ago when we came back from Australia - nobody knew if we'd even go racing again this year. I think there's been a great job done by everybody to get this amount of races in. For sure they don't come for free now because we did nothing for three months and now we have to catch up fitting in 17 races into the season.

There was obviously a big effort put in to get them organized, but it's pretty tiring to have triple-headers. The hardest working guys, they don't go home. Managers and some of the staff can go home between races, and at least it gives them a little bit of time off to see family. The hardest working guys like the mechanics and engineers, they're staying at the races to get the garage and cars ready again for the next race. It is pretty tough.


"Going forward this is not sustainable in my opinion. We can do it this year as we have the energy harvested from having the three months off, or at least not doing a lot, because we were under the FIA shutdown. On a normal calendar you couldn't do this, it would just wear people out. Nobody would want to work like this. There's no enjoyment not to see your family for almost three or four weeks, as is the case for some of the guys that come out early and go home late. We can handle it this year but going forward it would be very difficult. I don't think there is a plan to do a lot of triple-headers in the future though."


After the checkered flag drops at Mugello is there an opportunity for the team to reset and prepare for the second half of the season knowing the flow of races returns to a regular pace starting with the Russian Grand Prix?

GS: "Absolutely. For everybody going home after Mugello and getting a week at home, then having one race and going home again - it's a great feeling, it is for me. We love going racing but when it's continuously you miss other things. It is important to have a social life as well. I think the rest of the season, with the exception of the final triple-header in Bahrain (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/1/sakhir) and Abu Dhabi, it is at least more normal than the last two months. I think everybody's looking forward to it and when we reach that final triple-header, everybody will put their last bit of energy into it to finish up."


Back in 2012 you participated in a mid-season Formula One test at Mugello - setting the fastest time of 1:21.035 in your Lotus-Renault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault). What do you remember of the track in terms of the layout, the challenges, and how fast do you think the 2020 Formula One cars will go there?

Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "The layout is absolutely outstanding. The region, first of all, it's beautiful, and then the track is built in such a way that you go up and then down a little bit. It's very fast, there aren't any low speed corners. There's mid-to-high speed corners, a very long straight line. The two Arrabbiatta corners are absolutely outstanding. I think with the 2020 cars it's just going to be bloody awesome."


While 2020's revised calendar simply couldn't afford any in-season testing, were you a fan of those tests once the season was up and running and what were the key benefits in that added run time amidst the Grand Prix action?

RG: "I don't mind going testing in mid-season, but I also don't mind not testing mid-season either. I guess both are fine with me. I think it's always great to be able to have testing, especially if you're bringing parts to the car. For us, we're not really bringing any upgrades, so it wouldn't do much for us just now to have in-season testing."


The Tuscan Grand Prix marks the ninth event in 11 weekends for Formula One. What are your thoughts on the intensity of the current run of races and what has been the impact on both yourself and the team?

RG: "It's been really intense. After the previous triple-header it took me a week to get back to some kind of form, I'd be having a siesta and then a long night every day. I guess it's the same for the team, and I have to say the guys are doing an amazing job, especially for us as we don't have that extra bit of happiness when you win races - you can surf on that euphoria. We don't have that, which obviously makes it a bit harder."


After the checkered flag drops at Mugello is there an opportunity to mentally reset and prepare for the second half of the season knowing the flow of races returns to a regular pace starting with the Russian Grand Prix - and specifically what will your preparations consist of?

RG: "I guess so. I think the first thing is that the week after Mugello I'll rest again and then start to get ready for Russia. I have to find out how I'm going to travel to Russia - it's not as easy as we'd like. We'll then, as you say, get into more of a normal rhythm, which should make it a little easier. There's a bit more traveling but it's not too crazy. We're going to some really cool tracks, and I'll pack my winter jacket for going to the Nürburgring. The best preparation you can have is to be driving the cars."


You've spent some time in the simulator running the Mugello circuit. What are your impressions of the layout, the challenges, and how fast do you think the 2020 Formula One cars will go there?

Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "In the simulator I found that the track was really cool. It's pretty unique and different. It's a very fast, flowing track. It's going to be great fun in these high downforce cars. I also think it's going to be pretty tough on the tires with all those high-energy corners. Overtaking is probably going to be difficult, but there is a long straight so it's maybe not entirely impossible. Certainly, following another car through all those high-speed corners, it's going to be a challenge."


Unlike the addition of Imola later in the season, where you'll be limited to just one practice session ahead of qualifying, at Mugello it's a regular three-day race weekend with two Friday practice sessions. Would you have preferred, for example, the opportunity to either run an older Formula One car or a junior formula car on-track beforehand, or will Friday's practice sessions afford enough time to dial into the circuit?

KM: "It wouldn't have hurt to do a day or two in another formula car around Mugello. On the other hand, with the three sessions you'll have plenty of time to learn the track. After doing a sim day you get a pretty good idea of what to expect. I'm not too worried about it, but every little bit helps."


The Tuscan Grand Prix marks the ninth event in 11 weekends for Formula One. What are your thoughts on the intensity of the current run of races and what has been the impact on both yourself and the team?

KM: "It's been great really for me, I've enjoyed it. It was good to get the season going and I think it's been nice to get a lot of races done and to get back into it with all these races in a short space of time. I have to say, I feel for the team, and especially the guys in the garage working on the car. It must have been a really tough run for them. They haven't seen their families much and they've been working some big hours to get the car ready for all these races. I feel for them and I think it'll be good for them to get some time off soon."


After the checkered flag drops at Mugello is there an opportunity to mentally reset and prepare for the second half of the season knowing the flow of races returns to a regular pace starting with the Russian Grand Prix - and specifically what will your preparations consist of?

KM: "It'll be good to get over these triple-headers and be a little quieter. For myself, it means I'll have a bit more time between the races to kind of get into a rhythm with my fitness and training. It'll also allow me just to see friends and family a bit more. It'll be good to get there."

llumia
11/09/2020, 00:48
Tuscan GP: Preview - PirelliPirelli is the title sponsor of the first ever Formula One World Championship Grand Prix at Mugello, which also celebrates 1000 races for Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari).



The three hardest tyres in the range have been chosen: C1 as the White hard, C2 as the Yellow medium ad C3 as the Red soft. The choice has been made due to the fast and varied demands of Mugello. As this is the first time that Mugello has been on the F1 calendar, the selection has been made to cover any unforeseen circumstances.


In the second week of September, there is still a strong chance of having hot weather: another reason to go with a harder choice, guarding against thermal degradation.


Located in the Tuscan hills, there is a plenty of elevation changes at Mugello, together with a quite narrow track and some bumps. This helps make for an old-school feel to the circuit, inaugurated in its current form in 1974, but with roots going back to a 1914 road course.


The 15 corners are mainly medium to high speed, with no really tight chicanes or big braking zone throughout the 5.2-kilometre (3.23 mile) lap.


The right-hand Arrabbiata corners are the two quickest corners of the track, probably taken flat-out in a Formula 1 car at speeds of around 260 or 270kph (161 - 167 mph).


It is quite a technical layout as every corner is crucial for different reasons: the Luco - Poggio Secco – Materassi complex at the start of the lap is all about maintaining the highest possible apex speed and perfect racing line, while the Biondetti corners at the end of the lap (which almost make up a natural chicane) are vital as a launch pad onto the following lap.


The asphalt at Mugello is famously aggressive, again placing more demands on the tyres. The track was completely resurfaced for the last time in 2011.


The current (unofficial) F1 lap record is held by Rubens Barrichello and Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) from 2004: 1:18.704, which is set to be shattered this year. While Mugello has never been used for a Formula 1 race and is better known for bikes, it is an established F1 testing venue.


For the first time this year, there will be fans admitted to a grand prix weekend, with just 3,000 spectators allowed at the second of three Italian F1 races this season.


Mario Isola: "Mugello is a fantastic addition to the World Championship calendar with a particular significance for Pirelli, as it's where we first ran our Formula 1 tyres back in August 2010, just two months after our agreement was announced to supply the sport from 2011 onwards. It's a spectacular and very fast circuit that will definitely place big demands on tyres, which is why we have selected the hardest compounds.


"As with any new venue, Mugello represents a bit of an unknown for most of the drivers and an entirely clean sheet of paper when it comes to strategy. Free practice will be particularly crucial to collect as much data as possible, and we're likely to see teams splitting their programmes to gain as much information as they can about every tyre under all circumstances.


"From our point of view, we've been able to prepare also by analysing data from our other championships that have raced at Mugello.


"Congratulations to Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) for reaching the incredible milestone of 1000 races: just one of the factors that makes the team so iconic in our sport, and worthy of this fitting celebration where we are also delighted to be title sponsor.

llumia
11/09/2020, 10:44
Muchas ganas de poder observar el "morro" experimental que incorporará el auto de C. Sainz en la sesión FP1:

McLaren will run a new experimental nose on Sainz car in Mugello FP1 to gather data for comparison with wind tunnel simulations. #AMuS (https://twitter.com/hashtag/AMuS?src=hashtag_click) #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hashtag_click) #TuscanGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuscanGP?src=hashtag_click)




Fuente: AMuS

llumia
11/09/2020, 11:41
Imagen del "morro experimental" incorporado en el auto de CS:

https://i.imgur.com/gjs5thH.png

https://i.imgur.com/gjs5thH.png

llumia
11/09/2020, 11:45
Cortesía de AMuS, la comparativa entre el "morro exprimental" y el "viejo":

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ehn_TjJWAAAvN6X?format=jpg&name=900x900

llumia
11/09/2020, 12:56
MCL35: "Morro experimental" vista cenital:

https://cdn-1.motorsport.com/images/amp/2d1BVNZY/s6/formula-1-tuscany-gp-2020-mcla-2.jpg

https://cdn-1.motorsport.com/images/amp/2d1BVNZY/s6/formula-1-tuscany-gp-2020-mcla-2.jpg

McHouserphy
11/09/2020, 13:48
los números de la FP1:

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https://imgur.com/DDX2Igh.png

GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:10
FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DELLA TOSCANA FERRARI 1000 2020 - Mugello
Resultados FP1
Viernes, 11 de septiembre de 2020



Valtteri BOTTAS ha sido el más rápido en esta primera sesión oficial de entrenamientos en Mugello.

VERSTAPPEN ha terminado a solo 48 milésimas de él. Ambos han probado los neumáticos duro y blando.

En tercera posición, Charles LECLERC, que ha logrado quedar por delante de HAMILTON. Ellos dos han probado el medio y el blando.

Carlos SAINZ también probó esos dos tipos de compuesto y ha terminado 15º mientras que NORRIS probó el duro y el blando y acabó 8º con casi 4 décimas de ventaja.

Se hace raro ver a los Racing Point de STROLL y PÉREZ en la parte baja de la parrilla, solo por delante de LATIFI, que es quien cierra la clasificación.



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https://i.imgur.com/0EQqR6k.png

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GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:12
Y tanto que va a ser especial :gaydude::risitas:...

Seguro que no es para que no les reconozcan? :sherlock::risitas:...


:elrisas: :elrisas: :elrisas: Mira que eres malvado. :cunaooooo:

GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:18
Casco especial para la ocasión de Norris.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhoLbkLWkAA4NcJ.jpg:large

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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhoLdGTXYAEk4jn.jpg:large

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GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:29
Albon.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ehox6pKXgAARVw_.jpg:large

GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:33
Trompo de Leclerc.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhoxJHnWkAApeG1.jpg:large

GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:35
Vídeo de Ferrari con algunos momentos de su historia. No me ha parecido ver a Alonso, sin embargo a Kimi sí a pesar de estar en activo, aunque lo está en un equipo Ferrari.



https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari/status/1304406709381799939?s=20

GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:46
Bandera roja al irse Norris fuera de la pista. Es lo que tiene el que los límites de la pista sean de verdad, no una prolongación de la misma.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Eho144WWoAcvwGz.jpg:large

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Eho1lv0XcAAZ6QW.jpg:large

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GoVal
11/09/2020, 15:51
Así ha sido el accidente de Norris.


https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1304416346445410305?s=20

GoVal
11/09/2020, 16:08
Vettel tampoco se libra de trompear. Lomato lo ha llamado «trompettel». :roto2rie:



https://twitter.com/MrAlexF1/status/1304420739853017088?s=20

GoVal
11/09/2020, 16:10
Pasada de frenada de Kimi.


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GoVal
11/09/2020, 16:21
Nueva bandera roja cuando Checo, al incorporarse a la pista tras salir del pitlane, le ha dado un toque a Kimi que lo ha sacado de la pista, que ha quedado llena de piedras al volver Kimi.

Error tonto el de Checo.


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Así ha sido el toque: https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1304423787065159682?s=20

GoVal
11/09/2020, 16:37
Acaba la sesión pero Vettel no puede llegar a boxes. Su coche se queda parado.


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GoVal
11/09/2020, 17:11
FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DELLA TOSCANA FERRARI 1000 2020 - Mugello
Resultados FP2
Viernes, 11 de septiembre de 2020


Valtteri BOTTAS vuelve a ser el más rápido en Mugello, marcando un nuevo récord del circuito con un tiempo de 1:16.989.

Tras él, a dos décimas, han quedado los habituales: HAMILTON y VERSTAPPEN.

Ha sido una sesión un tanto accidentada con varias salidas de pista y algún que otro sustillo cuando los pilotos se encontraban de sopetón con otro coche. La sesión de calificación va a ser «divertida» sobre todo la Q1.

ALBON ha terminado 4º pero a siete décimas de su compañero. De nuevo, demasiada diferencia entre los tres primeros y el resto.

Tras los Red Bull han terminado los Renault de RICICARDO y OCON, superando ya el segundo de diferencia con respecto a Bottas.

Checo PÉREZ ha terminado en una posición algo más natural para un Racing Point al terminar 7º. Está siendo investigado por los comisarios por su toque con RÄIKKÖNEN, quien ha sido el primer piloto con motor Ferrari al acabar en 9ª posición. Tras él ha terminado LECLERC, mientras que VETTEL lo ha hecho en 12º posición, justo por detrás de STROLL.

Carlos SAINZ ha terminado 13º y NORRIS 14º, que debido a su accidente no ha podido rodar casi nada.




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GoVal
11/09/2020, 17:13
Ummmmm :pensando:, ¿mensaje subliminal de Vettel? :dontknow:


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GoVal
11/09/2020, 17:21
Cortesía de AMuS, la comparativa entre el "morro exprimental" y el "viejo":

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ehn_TjJWAAAvN6X?format=jpg&name=900x900



Una imagen más del morro estilo Mercedes.


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llumia
11/09/2020, 17:22
A. Seidl, comenta que el "nuevo morro" muestra resultados muy interesantes en el túnel de viento y que quieren comprobar si eso se puede refrendar sobre el asfalto:

https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/mclaren-trials-new-mercedes-style-nose/4872327/

GoVal
11/09/2020, 17:30
Datos de Pirelli.


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GoVal
11/09/2020, 17:36
Precioso el coche de seguridad de este color. Lástima el arcoíris.


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GoVal
11/09/2020, 19:26
Sanción de una posición en la parrilla de salida para Checo Pérez por su toque con Kimi en la FP2.


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McHouserphy
11/09/2020, 19:32
Entry List
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los números de la F.P. 3:

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llumia
11/09/2020, 20:07
A SP le indican por la radio que vienen 2 autos, además se le muestra una bandera azul y todavía se incorpora como si nada, me parece rácana la sanción.

llumia
11/09/2020, 20:08
Galería de fotos Viernes (AMuS):

https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/toskana-grand-prix-2020-bilder-freitag-training/

llumia
11/09/2020, 20:11
MCL35: Detalle del nuevo "coceto" de "morro". Vista lateral

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Carlos-Sainz-McLaren-GP-Toskana-Mugello-Formel-1-11-September-2020-169Gallery-20f08ca3-1722572.jpg

llumia
11/09/2020, 20:23
RP20: Pista con recta de más de 1 km, pero donde "pueden" más las curvas {a la hora de obtener la solución de compromiso}, ala trasera bien "cargada"[ 'flap con AoA elevado y plano principal/main plane con "generosa" cuerda], incluso con 'gurney tab' en el borde de fuga del 'flap' para "energetizar" [mediante el uso de vórtices], la capa límite y evitar su desprendimiento debido al empleo de Ángulos de Ataque (AoA) elevados:

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Lance-Stroll-Racing-Point-GP-Toskana-Mugello-Formel-1-11-September-2020-169Gallery-2b431b29-1722607.jpg

https://imgr1.auto-motor-und-sport.de/Lance-Stroll-Racing-Point-GP-Toskana-Mugello-Formel-1-11-September-2020-169Gallery-2b431b29-1722607.jpg

McHouserphy
11/09/2020, 20:25
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GoVal
11/09/2020, 21:12
A SP le indican por la radio que vienen 2 autos, además se le muestra una bandera azul y todavía se incorpora como si nada, me parece rácana la sanción.

Yo también veo corta la sanción. Pensé que le caerían tres posiciones.

GoVal
11/09/2020, 21:25
A Vettel hay que reconocerle su buen gusto para la decoración de sus cascos.


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llumia
11/09/2020, 21:48
Juegos de neumáticos disponibles después de la FP2:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhqH1ajXkAAkdPx?format=jpg&name=900x900

Fuente: Albert Fàbrega

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:06
Otra galería de fotos: https://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/fr/formule-1/photos/photos-gp-de-toscane-2020-vendredi,152414.html#pagination_fichiers

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:20
Impresiones de los equipos después de la jornada de pruebas del Viernes:

Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - MercedesValtteri was quickest in FP1, with Lewis finishing the session in P4. Valtteri also topped the timesheets in FP2, edging Lewis by two tenths of a second.



The team focused on understanding the tyres at this new track on both short and long runs. Valtteri's 1:16.989 is a new lap record at the Mugello Circuit.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): It's been a lot of fun today and I've enjoyed every single lap. The whole opening section with the high-speed chicanes and the second sector is just amazing and the car felt pretty good out there. I struggled with quite a lot of understeer in the first session and still in places in the second session, but it felt better. I think there's still quite a bit of lap time to unlock, both in the car and also as a driver. This track is definitely one of the most physically demanding. We'll only properly get to see the effects of that in the race distance, but even today, I could feel it and it's going to be tough for everyone on Sunday. It's also quite unforgiving, with little margin for error and that's how it should be.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): I have to say, this track is pretty intense - so fast and challenging, it's amazing to experience. I love it! There's no time to play around here and it's one of the most physically demanding that I've driven for a while. I've been trying to push it to the limit today, but I think there are a few sections where I can improve. I've got the last sector pretty sorted, but there's definitely more to come in the first and second sectors as Valtteri and Max were very quick through there. So, we've got some changes that need to be made and studying to do tonight. Hopefully we'll improve it for tomorrow. The tyres have felt quite strong and have been behaving well, but it's going to be difficult to look after them through those fast sections, particularly through 6, 7, 8 and 9.


Andrew Shovlin: It's great that F1 has created the opportunity to run here, it's such a unique track and so well suited to the current cars. Our morning was fairly smooth, we've had to adjust the car a fair bit to get the balance right and the drivers were finding a lot of time in themselves, but everything seems to be working well. The second session was interrupted a bit by the red flag, so our long runs weren't as long as we wanted. However, the tyres do seem to be holding up better than we expected. We seem a bit slow on the straights compared to some, but in terms of pace we look OK and degradation seemed competitive. There's a lot to learn with a new track, so we'll work hard overnight to make sure we've not missed anything. But it does look like we've had a solid start to the weekend.

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:21
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - FerrariThis morning, shortly after 11, the two SF1000s took to the track in their special Burgundy livery, the deep red originally seen on the 125 S, the very first Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) ever built, to complete their installation lap to kick off the Maranello marque's 1000th Grand Prix in Formula 1. At this historic moment, fans in the grandstand applauded as Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) and Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) drove out of the garage. It was a very symbolic and important moment, combining the legend and tradition of the Prancing Horse with the much awaited presence of fans in the grandstands for the first time this season, their absence down to the current pandemic.



The Prancing Horse has owned the Mugello circuit since 1988, so this was very much a home race for the team, whose two SF1000s completed a total of 120 laps of the 5.245 kilometre long track, almost the equivalent of two race distances in Sunday's Toscana-Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) 1000 Grand Prix. The team worked through its usual programme, focused on fine tuning the car and evaluating the tyres, Pirelli having supplied their three hardest compounds for this weekend.


Charles and Seb did 27 laps each, while working on different programmes at first. For the first 40 minutes Charles ran the Medium tyres and Sebastian used Hard. Leclerc set a time of 1:19.468 and his team-mate posted a 1:21.333. Work then switched to qualifying mode running Soft tyres with which Charles did a 1:18.186, third fastest in the session and Seb was 13th with a 1:19.267.


The afternoon session was red flagged twice: the first after Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris) went off in the McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) and the second after Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez) and Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen) collided at turn 1. The stops slightly affected the Scuderia's programme as its drivers only managed one qualifying-type lap with Leclerc doing a 1:18.400, which was slower than his morning time and Vettel a 1:18.498. The drivers had switched programmes with Charles this time starting on the Hard tyres and Sebastian evaluated the Mediums. Towards the end, both drivers ran in race configuration with various tyre compounds and fuel loads. On his last lap, Sebastian's car stopped at the side of the track because of a trivial electrical fault that has already been fixed.


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): "Driving an F1 car around this circuit is unbelievable. In all the fast sections it's pretty impressive. I think it's going to be quite a tough race, physically, as already in the long run we've done in FP2 the neck starts to feel it!

The lack of run-off areas will also make it difficult, but I guess this is what we like as well. The first session went well but maybe where we ended up in the second one is a more realistic picture, when we struggled a bit on the hard tyre.


"We also need to work on the balance, as we are not really there yet. It's all very close but I think we can make a positive step tomorrow. I am optimistic."


Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "It was an interesting day. Mugello is a very nice track which is very enjoyable for the driver, even if it is quite brutal on tyres. I'm still not happy with the balance of the car.


"We are working on it and there's still plenty to do, but it is Friday, and this is what Fridays are for. I think that there's the potential to find a better set-up on the car and that we will find some small things. I'm confident we can improve it for qualifying."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:22
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - Red BullMax Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "We can be pretty pleased with how the car is behaving and I think it was a good first day at Mugello. We are not too far off Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) which is a good thing and also balance wise, there are always things that can be improved, but overall I was pretty pleased. This is a very cool track to drive in an F1 car with so many fast corners and to be able to take Arrabbiata 1 and 2 flat out easily is quite incredible and really enjoyable to drive. It is pretty physical and I felt alright today but of course 59 laps in a row in the heat is not going to be easy. I like a bit of a challenge and we shouldn't complain as we train hard to sit in these cars and we should just enjoy it. In terms of tyres, I expected it to be worse so let's see how they hold up over the rest of the weekend. The track is my type of track - really flowing with no slow corners, so I'm looking forward to doing more laps."



Alex Albon: "It's been a good day and this track is just so fun to drive. It's super quick and there's not much room for error, like we saw with Lando, which adds to the excitement as a driver. It's a high energy circuit and from Turns 1 to 15, the car is completely different. It's physical and you do feel it, especially through Turns 8 and 9, it's just pure neck and it's good fun. Performance-wise, I think we're relatively happy, of course there are still some areas to find a bit more balance in the car but coming from Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) where we were struggling, today has been good. The tyres seem to be holding up in the heat and the softs are performing well so it's looking reasonable out there but I think we're going to see a few pit stops across the field come Sunday."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:23
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - McLarenCarlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "It's been a challenging Friday. We haven't quite managed to get the car in the sweet-spot and we've spent the whole day trying things and trying to achieve a better balance. At the moment we're struggling quite a lot with the changes of direction at the rear and being able to lean on it.



"We're braced for a challenging weekend, but if we manage to achieve a better balance tomorrow morning, our performance can improve considerably. We're going to work hard tonight and try to get it better."


Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "Tricky day. Obviously, I didn't end it in the best way - over-pushing it a little bit. It's one of the first proper costly mistakes that I've made, almost since I started in F1. It's a bit frustrating, but at the same time it happens - it happens to everyone. Not ideal but everything until then was going reasonably well.


"We made some improvements from FP1 to FP2 but we've got a lot of work to do. It's not been as straightforward as we were hoping for, and we're struggling a little bit more than we were expecting coming into the weekend. Rough start, but I'm confident we can make up for it tomorrow."


Andrea Stella, Racing Director: "It's really interesting being back at Mugello with Formula 1 cars again - and in particular with these super-quick cars. It's a fantastic track and a truly spectacular venue.


"The day wasn't as smooth as the Fridays we've enjoyed on previous weekends this year because we lost some time with Lando when he went off track and tagged the wall. On a more positive note, I think we've developed a good understanding of the tyres in preparation for the race, and we also understand where we have to focus to improve the car. There is some work to do, but we know the areas in which we should concentrate our efforts."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:24
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - RenaultRenault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) DP World F1 Team started its preparations today for the inaugural Pirelli Tuscan Grand Prix at the Autodromo di Mugello.



A new track to the 2020 Formula 1 calendar, today's practice programme focused on familiarisation, tyre management and tweaking the balance to best suit the fast, flowing curves of the Tuscan hillsides.


Lap times were shaved between FP1 and FP2 - as both cars trimmed and refined their balance - with Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) fifth and Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) sixth in the afternoon session.


Both cars ran low and high fuel throughout the day to identify the optimum downforce level at the 15-turn, 5.245km undulating circuit.


Practice today centred towards learning a new track and how the tyres behave.


Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "It's so good to drive at Mugello. On one lap it's fun but even on the long runs, which are normally a lot slower, there's no holding back as it's all high-speed. Turns 8 and 9 are nearly flat out on high fuel, so it's quick and keeps you on your toes. I felt we picked it up today quite well. There were a couple of things to improve on in the morning, but we managed that well into the afternoon session. It looks like both cars are in decent shape. The timesheets look okay and, if we put ourselves in that position in qualifying, we'd be very happy."


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "It was a decent day for the team. It's a new track for everyone, and it's my first time here as well. It's a fantastic feeling to drive at Mugello and it didn't disappoint from expectation! When we walked the track yesterday, I just thought it's going to be awesome to drive. It's a great challenge for us drivers, quite physical, and it's also going to be particularly tough on the tyres. We have plenty of performance to unlock for tomorrow. For me, it's been probably one of the best Fridays of the year so far."


Ciaron Pilbeam, Chief Race Engineer: "We try not to read too much into the times on a Friday, but it's been a good day generally. It's great to come to what is effectively a new circuit for us, but it doesn't really change what we do on a Friday, and we just put our heads down and got through what we needed to do. The short runs were okay, and the long runs also seemed to be good. We had a couple of interruptions with red flags in the afternoon session, but fortunately for us they came at times where it didn't affect out plans too much. As always, we've got a bit of work to do, but we don't have any major concerns; we just need to do our normal Friday homework and come in ready and prepared for Saturday."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:26
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "Overall, it was a strong Friday as we finished both sessions in the top 10. It was quite impressive and very enjoyable to drive these F1 cars on such a track with so many high-speed corners, it was very cool! I didn't feel fully comfortable in the car, so we'll make some changes for tomorrow to find a bit more performance and get more out of our package."



Daniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat): "It was OK today. We're at a new circuit and it's definitely a cool track and it was great fun to drive. We were able to learn a lot and put a good number of laps in, trying to discover what's best for the car here, as you need a good car balance in order to have confidence. I think we have some room for improvement for tomorrow and we'll do our best to achieve it."


Jonathan Eddolls (Chief Race Engineer): "We're at the third race of the triple-header which is hard on the team, although everyone received a massive boost with the fantastic result at the last event. The celebrations were fairly short-lived as we come to a new track in Formula 1 racing. We've never been to this track in this era of F1, so there was a lot of preparation to do in a short time between Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) and Mugello.


"We continued the AT01 development here, so compared to the car we had in Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), we've got new components both on the aero and mechanical side. As this a new track, we aimed to give the drivers as much running as possible but that, combined with trying to evaluate our new components, made FP1 a busy session. We found a good compromise to gather all the data we needed, as well as giving the engineers time to find the optimum balance. FP1 was positive, we were fairly happy and everything appeared to be working as expected. FP2 was a bit more of a conventional session, ultimately it was about understanding Qualifying performance, but also evaluating the tyres over the long runs.


"Pierre had a positive session and showed good performance, while Dany struggled a little bit more with the balance and grip on his car, particularly on the option tyre. He wasn't able to extract the maximum potential neither over the short nor the long run, so we have a bit more work to do on his car to understand why he was struggling with the handling. We have a good amount of work to do tonight to give him a car that can be competitive and fight to get into Q3 tomorrow. We will also be focusing on tyre behaviour to allow us to make the best choice for the race strategy on Sunday."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:27
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - Racing PointSergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "I've enjoyed driving around this track: there is no room for mistakes and that's really fun. The run-off here is very close to the track, so the pressure is on the drivers - and that's how it should be! The car is feeling good and we focused a bit more on our race pace today. It was a shame to have had the collision with Kimi though. It's very tough to see another car when you're coming out of the pit lane and the angle to re-join the track is difficult too. I knew he was close, but it's very difficult to judge the distance between cars and I couldn't avoid him sadly. It just shows that it's going to be tricky on this narrow circuit this weekend and we know that track position is going to be very important here. We need to aim for a good result in qualifying first of all - to make sure we're in a position to fight for good points on Sunday."



Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "It was a positive day out there for us and the car is feeling good, so I'm happy with today's work. Mugello is such an impressive circuit in a Formula 1 car and the speed in some of the high-speed corners is amazing. I can't wait to tackle the circuit in qualifying on low fuel when we can really push hard. Qualifying is going to be so important here as I think the race will be largely dependent on track position because overtaking will be very difficult. We'll focus overnight on making sure we come back tomorrow ready to fight for a good starting spot and go from there. The long-run pace is looking positive, so now we need to show our one-lap pace."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:28
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - Alfa RomeoThe first day of practice at the Mugello Circuit produced some positive results for the team, with Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen) finishing the afternoon in the top ten, one day shy of the twentieth anniversary of his testing debut for Sauber (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/9/sauber).



Both Alfa Romeo (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/15/alfa-romeo) Racing ORLEN cars looked well dialled-in to the Tuscan circuit, a challenging layout featuring medium- and high-speed corners and constant changes of elevation. P11 and P14 in the opening session of the day were followed by a promising P9 for Kimi in the afternoon, with Antonio in P17 after a small mistake during his qualifying simulation.

Leading the pack of Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)-engined cars, the two C39s look set to play a part in the fight for a place in Q2, the team's objective for tomorrow.


Most of the day, as customary on Friday, has been an exercise in setup making - an even more crucial task on this circuit, for which no usable data from modern Formula One cars exist. Both our team's entries were able to run issue-free for most of the day, collecting information for our engineers both trackside and back at base, with the only scare being a contact between Kimi and Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez) in the second session, thankfully with no repercussions for the Finn and his car.


Friday times, of course, ought to be taken with a pinch of salt: but the early signs are promising. Tomorrow's qualifying session, on a track on which overtaking can be even trickier than usual, is going to be an interesting affair.


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "It's nice to be back driving at Mugello, the track where I made my first laps in an F1 car, 20 years ago. Surely my neck feels a lot better now than it did at the end of my first day of testing! The track has the same feel, it's not much different with the exception of some kerbs. It's a difficult circuit, so finding a setup can be challenging, especially being here for the first time and with no data to use as a reference. It's quite a unique layout in many ways and it needs a different approach, which is why we need to keep working on the setup, both tonight and in FP3. You never run out of things to improve but we looked promising today, so let's see where we end up tomorrow."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It's nice to be on track in Italy again, and seeing some fans in the stands. We missed having spectators and hopefully they'll watch a nice race on Sunday. The track here in Mugello is amazing, especially with modern Formula One cars: it's just so fast, with many high-speed corners that really feel great in an F1 car - even if the neck will really feel it on Sunday! The car felt really good from the start today, on both qualifying and race trim, so we can be happy about our first day. Unfortunately, I did a small mistake during my fast lap in FP2 so the times don't reflect how we really did, but tomorrow is when we really need to put together a good lap. I think we can do a good job; getting to Q2 is the target, then we can assess our chances. We saw already that following cars will be quite difficult, so it will be important to qualify as far high as we can, get a good start and build our race from there."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:29
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - HaasThe ninth round of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship began with practice Friday at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello as teams prepared for Sunday's Tuscan Grand Prix - the first ever Formula One race weekend to be hosted at the picturesque Italian facility.



Two 90-minute sessions played out in sunny and warm conditions at the sweeping 5.245-kilometer (3.259-mile), 15-turn circuit.


FP1 saw Grosjean and Magnussen sample different tire compounds to start the morning. Grosjean ran his installation lap and wake-up stint on the Pirelli P Zero White hard rubber. Magnussen opted for the Yellow medium compound for his install and baseline run. Both drivers switched onto a set of Red soft tires to conclude the morning plan - setting their fastest laps of the session in the process. Grosjean placed 12th with a lap of 1:19.224 and Magnussen 17th with a best effort of 1:19.551.


Grosjean started FP2 with a stint on the medium rubber but was curtailed just five laps into his run with an electronics issue on his VF-20. The Frenchman failed to return leaving him bottom of the timesheets with a 1:19.257. Magnussen ran the hard tires for a seven-lap run to start his afternoon before swapping onto softs for his qualifying simulation. Frustratingly for the Dane, an ill-timed red flag stoppage - the first of two in the session, limited his opportunity on fresh rubber to just three laps - his fastest lap of 1:19.113 placing him 19th overall. Magnussen concluded his day with a high-fuel, long-distance run.


Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team ran a total of 87 laps Friday between the two sessions - 30 by Grosjean and 57 by Magnussen.


Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "I actually think we're in a decent place, there's potential in the car. We just need to work on three corners - turns one, 12 and 15, that's where we weren't so happy, but the rest of the lap was pretty good. It was the same with the only lap I did in the afternoon, it was fast. It's obviously not ideal at a new circuit not to be able to do a long run or a quali sim though. I don't have much information for tomorrow. The circuit is good, really good in fact. It's very fast, flowing and for us as drivers, it's a pure pleasure. From a racing aspect, it could be trickier, but for now we don't care - we're just going out there driving fast. I think we're something like five seconds faster than the last time I drove here. Every kind of corner you'd like to have on a circuit - you have them here at Mugello."


Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "This is a really cool track. It's extremely fast with lots of high-speed corners - it's really a pleasure to drive this track. Obviously, looking at the lap times, it could have been a better day, but at least I enjoyed driving the track. We just didn't seem to have great pace today. It's pretty physical here, pretty tough on the neck with all the high-speed corners. They're not totally straightforward so you can't just rest your head on the side like a lot of other fast corners at other tracks. It's going to be tough, but I'll manage. It's an old school track and that's a positive. There's no tarmac run-off anywhere, there are big consequences if you make a mistake. I think that adds to why this track is cool."


Guenther Steiner: "Our Friday started pretty well today. We did our program and we seemed to be in a better place than we've been on a Friday in the last two races - we seemed to be a little more competitive. Then in FP2 the gremlins struck again. We had to stop Romain's car after he used his first set of tires because we had some issues with the electronics of the PU (Power Unit) - we couldn't go out again. Kevin's just trying to get a handle on going around here. I'm sure tomorrow it will be better. It's a very fast track and he just needs to get the confidence and build on that one."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:30
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - WilliamsDave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Today was very enjoyable as we came to grips with the circuit here in Mugello. The car behaved well and both drivers did a very good job, gathering the data we wanted whilst also understanding how to get the most out of the car on this demanding circuit.



Although there were a few interruptions during the sessions, we still completed a good number of laps and generated a lot of data. We have numerous things to go through and optimise ahead of tomorrow, but following a strong team performance today, we are in a good position to improve the car in both qualifying and race trim. The top teams have already started to move ahead, but the midfield is very congested, with a couple of tenths potentially accounting for numerous grid positions.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67981/drivers/66/george-russell): It was awesome out there today. It is always fun to come to a proper great circuit with lots of character, it's undulating and punishes you if you make a mistake. The speeds are very high, so it was good fun out there. The tyres are taking a pounding, so we have a bit of work to do to get on top of that. The race is going to be difficult yet exciting, as nobody knows how it will pan out. We have a good idea of how we need to get the car set up, so we shall see.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): It was a pretty fun day. It is a very intense track with high speeds, which is what we expected. FP1 was tricky, the tyres were not working as expected and the car was sliding a lot. We managed to improve this for FP2, and the performance runs were not so bad. It will be hot over the weekend, and it is a very rough track with a lot of corners so I think tyre management will be key. It will be about weighing up how much you want to set the car up to preserve the tyres for all the high speed corners, but at the same time still have a car that you can race with if you have the opportunity to pass, which we know will be difficult at this track.

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:32
Tuscan GP: Practice team notes - PirelliMercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) driver Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas) was fastest in both sessions with Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull)'s Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) second in FP1 and third in FP2 after Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton) and with a gap of just over 0.2 seconds - indicating that we are likely to see a closely-fought qualifying session and race.



So far we noted a slightly bigger gap (0.9 seconds) between Yellow medium and Red soft than expected and a gap of 0.7 seconds between medium and White hard.


The teams and drivers all had their first taste of Mugello in two free practice sessions today, with running to acquaint themselves with the high-speed demands of the Tuscan track, in warm temperatures that exceeded 30 degrees ambient and 40 degrees on track.


The teams sampled all three of the Pirelli compounds available (C1, C2, and C3: the three hardest in the range) with many splitting their strategies in order to accumulate as much information about the tyres as possible, using different fuel loads. This is normal for Friday free practice, but becomes particularly important at a demanding new venue with abrasive asphalt.


As expected, the soft tyre was fastest - but many drivers reported that its optimal qualifying performance was delivered over just one lap, which means that some drivers may choose to start the race on the medium tyre.


The considerable challenge of the up-and-down track layout, allied with the warm temperatures seen today, meant that there was a relatively high degree of tyre wear and degradation seen - particularly on the long runs - which should be the case for the race as well.


Run plans were disrupted by two red flags during the afternoon session and this prevented to collect the usual amount of data.


Mario Isola: "The drivers all enjoyed their first taste of Mugello, with the unofficial track record that was set back in 2004 already comprehensively broken in FP1 and then lowered even further in FP2, on both occasions with the Red soft tyre. We expected tyre wear to be relatively high over the long runs, with high degradation also on the soft and the data we saw in free practice proved that this was the case. Performance-wise we noted a slightly bigger time gap between medium and soft than expected. This will obviously be a crucial factor when it comes to calculating the qualifying and race strategy, together with the data accumulated tomorrow in FP3. The 'green' track we experienced today meant that there was plenty of track evolution, which should continue tomorrow."

llumia
12/09/2020, 00:33
Rueda de prensa Viernes:

https://www.pitpass.com/67987/Tuscan-GP-Friday-Press-Conference-Part-1
https://www.pitpass.com/67988/Tuscan-GP-Friday-Press-Conference-Part-2

GoVal
12/09/2020, 11:18
Casco de Ricciardo para este GP. Dice que se ha inspirado en los «diseños locos» de Valentino Rossi.


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Mientras, Valentino hace honor a esos diseños locos y lleva este casco especial en el GP de Misano en el que hace un guiño a su edad. :cunaooooo:

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Así presentó la viagra VR46: https://twitter.com/btsportmotogp/status/1304696666348494848?s=20


:elrisas: :elrisas:


¡Grande mi Valen! :sisi1:

GoVal
12/09/2020, 11:46
Foto de recuerdo.



Scuderia Ferrari @ScuderiaFerrari (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari) · 3min (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari/status/1304716530467385344)


Oggi come nella prima stagione di @F1 (https://twitter.com/F1) siamo in pista. In 1000 GP tante cose sono cambiate, non il nostro amore per le sfide e la passione per questo sport

#essereFerrari (https://twitter.com/hashtag/essereFerrari?src=hashtag_click)

#SF1000GP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/SF1000GP?src=hashtag_click) #TuscanGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuscanGP?src=hashtag_click)




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GoVal
12/09/2020, 12:03
Evolución de los pontones de Racing Point. Sólo está disponible para Stroll. A Checo le llegará en Rusia.

Fuente: Albert Fabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega)


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 12:08
Los italianos siguen queriendo a Kimi, por mucho que Lomato insistiera en vender lo contrario. :sisi1:


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 12:21
Apurando la entrada al pit lane.


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 12:37
RaceFans Live @racefanslive (https://twitter.com/racefanslive) · 2min (https://twitter.com/racefanslive/status/1304730132880465920)

Daniel Ricciardo is reporting a lack of rear grip in the Renault.

"Struggling more in the high speed... the rear isn't particularly strong in the high speed corners." #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hashtag_click)

#TuscanGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuscanGP?src=hashtag_click)

GoVal
12/09/2020, 12:56
Salida de pista de Gasly.



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GoVal
12/09/2020, 13:03
LuisFeF1 @LuisFeF1 (https://twitter.com/LuisFeF1) · 3min (https://twitter.com/LuisFeF1/status/1304736316433870850)

#TechF1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/TechF1?src=hashtag_click) Nuevo suelo en el @redbullracing (https://twitter.com/redbullracing)
RB16. Más cortes transversales. #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hashtag_click) #TuscanGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuscanGP?src=hashtag_click) #TechF12k20 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/TechF12k20?src=hashtag_click) #F1Tech (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1Tech?src=hashtag_click)




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GoVal
12/09/2020, 13:06
Leclerc ha molestado a Kimi y se ha enfadado con el equipo porque no le avisaron de que llegaba.



Leclerc: I'm sorry to Kimi but you should have told me. I didn't see Kimi so I fuc#### his lap.

GoVal
12/09/2020, 13:12
Albon también ha recolectado unas cuantas piedras.


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 13:39
FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DELLA TOSCANA FERRARI 1000 2020 - Mugello
Resultados FP3
Sábado, 12 de septiembre de 2020



Valtteri BOTTAS sigue dominando la clasificación en Mugello y bajando el récord de la pista, que ahora lo deja en 1:16.530

VERSTAPPEN ha logrado colarse entre los dos Mercedes y se ha quedado a sólo 17 milésimas del tiempo de Bottas. HAMILTON se quedó a 83 milésimas de su compañero.

El primero del resto ha sido STROLL, ya a más de medio segundo, y devolviendo a Racing Point a las posiciones a las que nos tenían acostumbrados al inicio de temporada ya que PÉREZ ha terminado 6º. Entre ellos se ha metido GASLY, al que parece que el aire italiano le sienta bien.

En esta sesión, el primer piloto con motor Ferrari ha sido LECLERC, que ha terminado 7º pero ya rozando el segundo de diferencia con los primeros.

Tras él ha finalizado ALBON, que sigue estando bastante lejos de su compañero.

Otro que también sigue estando lejos de su compañero es VETTEL, que ha terminado 18º y a 6 décimas de Leclerc.

Los McLaren parece que siguen sin encontrar su punto y Carlos SAINZ ha acabado 12º y NORRIS 19º.

A los Renault también se les ha visto un tanto perdidos, aunque en la última vuelta OCON ha conseguido terminar 11º. RICCIARDO ha sido 17º.

La clasificación la cierra RUSSEL, que no ha podido rodar debido a un problema con el «brake by wire».



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GoVal
12/09/2020, 13:40
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GoVal
12/09/2020, 13:43
Onboard de Kimi. La verdad es que el circuito es precioso con tanta subida y bajada y esas curvas. Lástima que la vista nos la fastidie el halo. Bien podrían pintarlo de «verde croma» y quitarlo digitalmente. :cunaooooo:



https://twitter.com/F1/status/1304742451069026305?s=20

McHouserphy
12/09/2020, 13:55
los números de la F.P.3:

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GoVal
12/09/2020, 15:04
Condiciones para la clasificación.


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 15:10
Dirección de carrera controlará los límites de la pista en la T14.


Albert Fabrega @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) · 2min (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/1304767840227151875)

En T14 se considerará que los pilotos están fuera de pista si ninguna parte del coche está en contacto con el piano rojo, blanco y verde.

At T14, a driver will be judged to have left the track if no part of the car remains in contact with the red, white and green apex kerb.


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 15:28
Bottas sigue siendo el más rápido en Mugello. Encabeza la clasificación de la Q1 por delante de Hamilton y Verstappen. 29 milésimas han separado a los pilotos de Mercedes, que han dejado a Verstappen a medio segundo.

Carlos Sainz pasa el corte en 12ª posición.

El pase a Q2 ha estado muy ajustado. La sorpresa ha sido ver caer a Gasly. Ambos Ferrari logran pasar, aunque Vettel se ha quedado justo en el corte, 15º y gracias a solo 43 milésimas.

Los eliminados en Q2 son:


16 Gasly
17 Giovinazzi
18 Russell (que iba camino de pasar el corte pero cometió un error)
19 Latifi
20 Magnussen



Tiempos completos en la Q1.

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GoVal
12/09/2020, 15:49
La Q2 es la primera sesión en la que Bottas no encabeza la clasificación ya que Hamilton ha logrado quedar 13 milésimas por delante. Verstappen termina 3º pero esta vez a solo 162 centésimas.

Todos los pilotos han marcado su tiempo con el neumático blando.

Fatal de nuevo Vettel, que se queda fuera mientras que Leclerc ha terminado 8º y metiéndole más de medio segundo.

Carlos Sainz ha logrado pasar el corte, por los pelos porque ha sido 10º pero viendo cómo ha ido McLaren todo el fin de semana, buen resultado. Lando ha terminado 11º.

Bien también Kimi, que ha conseguido quedar por delante de Vettel, aunque haya sido por solo 4 milésimas.


Los eliminados en Q2 son:

11 Norris
12 Kvyat
13 Kimi
14 Vettel
15 Grosjean




Los tiempos completos de la Q2.


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 16:39
Ejem.


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GoVal
12/09/2020, 17:07
FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DELLA TOSCANA FERRARI 1000 2020 - Mugello
Resultados Sesión de CALIFICACIÓN
Sábado, 12 de septiembre de 2020



Lewis HAMILTON se convierte en el primer poleman de F1 en Mugello con un tiempo récord del circuito de 1:15.144.

De nuevo la primera línea estará ocupada por los Mercedes ya que BOTTAS terminó 2º a 59 milésimas de su compañero. En su último intento se vió perjudicado por una bandera amarilla provocada por un trompo de Ocon y que le impidió mejorar su tiempo para intentar levantarle la pole a Lewis.

En 3ª posición un habitual, Max VERSTAPPEN, que compartirá línea de salida con ALBON, que, apesar de su buena posición de salida, quedó a medio segundo de Max.

Sorprende ver en la 5ª posición a LECLERC, sobre todo viendo que VETTEL partirá desde la 14ª plaza. Charles es quien vuelve a salvar los muebles a Ferrari.

Tras él han quedado los Racing Point de PÉREZ y STROLL, que intercambiarán su posición de salida por la sanción de Checo de una posición por golpear a Kimi en los libres dos. Así que esa sanción ha quedado en nada para el equipo.

Carlos SAINZ también se vió afectado por la bandera amarilla de Ocon y no pudo pasar de la 9ª posición, aunque él mismo ha reconocido que no habría podido mejorar ninguna posición si hubiese podido hacer esa última vuelta, que hasta le sorprendía el haber pasado a Q3. Hicieron unos cambios antes de la sesión y parece que les funcionaron. Esa última vuelta para él era probar a ver cuánto podían mejorar, pero nada más. También ha comentado que la simulación de carrera no era muy buena.

Carlos quedó entre los Renault de RICCIARDO y OCON, que en Q3 se lo jugó todo a una única vuelta y parece que le pudo la presión, trompeando y provocando la bandera amarilla que nos ha robado la lucha final por la pole.

Todos los pilotos que pasaron a Q3 montaron neumático blando en Q2.

El primer piloto que podrá elegir mañana con qué neumático comenzar es NORRIS, que tendrá a su lado a KVYAT, aunque bien pudo tener a su lado a RÄIKKÖNEN ya que ambos marcaron el mismo tiempo, aunque el ruso lo hizo antes que Kimi.

Ha sido una sesión mucho más tranquila de lo esperado. Con tanto «encontronazo» y «apetolonamiento» durante los libres, daba la sensación de que se iban a molestar unos a otros, sobre todo en Q1, pero no ha sido así. Esperemos que la carrera no sea tan aburrida.




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GoVal
12/09/2020, 17:21
No he podido ver ninguna de las otras categorías, pero espero que con la F1 la cosa no cambie.



Eloy Entrambasaguas @eloy_eg (https://twitter.com/eloy_eg) · 4min (https://twitter.com/eloy_eg/status/1304800898581921793)

Pues F3 y F2 nos tapan la boca en cuanto a la espectacularidad de las carreras de coches en Mugello. Si luego falla la F1 será por lo problemas propios de la máxima categoría.

GoVal
12/09/2020, 17:29
Vuelta onboard de Russell narrada por él mismo mientras se va fijando en las banderas de Ferrari para controlar el viento.



https://twitter.com/WilliamsRacing/status/1304506030093668353?s=20

GoVal
12/09/2020, 17:56
Un pequeño off topic con lo que ha pasado en la F2.


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yorch
12/09/2020, 19:33
Pues F3 y F2 nos tapan la boca en cuanto a la espectacularidad de las carreras de coches en Mugello. Si luego falla la F1 será por lo problemas propios de la máxima categoría.

Mucho me temo esto último ¡ojalá me equivoque! (lo hago a menudo, varias veces al dia). Me encanta el circuito y precisamente lo corrí en un F3 en mis años de simulación (probablemente mi coche favorito junto a los coches clásicos), y ya te digo que incluso en simulación no tenia nada que ver, daban mucho mas juego.

GoVal
12/09/2020, 21:04
Russell haciendo «Qualicross». :cunaooooo:


https://twitter.com/GeorgeRussell63/status/1304815219533852680?s=20

GoVal
12/09/2020, 21:13
El «toqueteo» en la F2. McH, ¿ves como la pista tiene el ancho suficiente como para adelantar? :dontknow: :gaydude: :cunaooooo:


https://twitter.com/FIA_F2/status/1304850262776066049?s=20

GoVal
12/09/2020, 21:25
Visualización de la calificación.


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McHouserphy
12/09/2020, 23:57
Los números de las clasificatorias de hoy en Mugello:

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McHouserphy
13/09/2020, 00:29
No he podido ver ninguna de las otras categorías, pero espero que con la F1 la cosa no cambie.

Pues F3 y F2 nos tapan la boca en cuanto a la espectacularidad de las carreras de coches en Mugello. Si luego falla la F1 será por lo problemas propios de la máxima categoría.

Con actuaciones como las de "el restituto" de Charlie (Michael Massi), que en F2 ha sacado coches de seguridad "a lo loco" :gaydude::tranqui:, por cosas tan espeluznantes como que el coche a sacar de pista no quepa por el hueco de salida entre los muros :pelosdepunta::facepalm:, con relanzamientos de carrera de 24 coches (cuatro más se hacen notar :sherlock:), en pistas de estas anchuras (14m), y con pilotos que están a falta de madurez :sherlock: (cosa normal en F2), pasan cosas como las de las siguientes fotos.:sherlock:.

En esas condiciones :sherlock:... claro que hay especta culo :gaydude::roto2rie::risitas:


Mucho me temo esto último ¡ojalá me equivoque! (lo hago a menudo, varias veces al dia). Me encanta el circuito y precisamente lo corrí en un F3 en mis años de simulación (probablemente mi coche favorito junto a los coches clásicos), y ya te digo que incluso en simulación no tenia nada que ver, daban mucho mas juego.

No es por ná, pero... :pensando:... yo intentaría no confundirme tanto:gaydude::risitas::cunaooooo: (es bromooooo :gaydude:, digo, bromaaaaa :cunaooooo:)

En disimulación :gaydude:, hay una cosa muuuuyyy importante :sherlock:... todo sale gratis :sherlock::evil5:y además todos somos como DiOs, indestructibles e inmortales.:risitas:


Un pequeño off topic con lo que ha pasado en la F2.




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El «toqueteo» en la F2. McH, ¿ves como la pista tiene el ancho suficiente como para adelantar? :dontknow: :gaydude: :cunaooooo:
https://twitter.com/FIA_F2/status/1304850262776066049?s=20

A veeeerrrr.... :sherlock:... por habeilo, haylo :gaydude::risitas:, pero en F1... :pensando:... con estos tanques de más de 4m de largo y 2 de ancho :sherlock:,no hay C.Jones :gaydude::risitas:... las broncas son muy gordas cuando arruinas la carrera:ouch:, y si además les destrozas la cuenta bancaria, más.:azote: :sisi3::risitas:

Yo ya selía feliz (con un camión:gaydude::roto2rie:), digo, con que la carrera de mañana no fuese una porrocesión dominical :sleepy1::miedito:

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:12
No he podido ver ninguna de las otras categorías, pero espero que con la F1 la cosa no cambie.



Eloy Entrambasaguas @eloy_eg (https://twitter.com/eloy_eg) · 4min (https://twitter.com/eloy_eg/status/1304800898581921793)

Pues F3 y F2 nos tapan la boca en cuanto a la espectacularidad de las carreras de coches en Mugello. Si luego falla la F1 será por lo problemas propios de la máxima categoría.

Distancia de frenado mucho más larga y menor impedimento de la estela para acercarse a otro auto. La F1 es un mundo aparte. Dicho esto, ojalá salga una carrera mucho mejor que una sesión de clasificación decepcionante como la que hemos sufrido hoy.

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:18
Impresiones de los equipos después de la sesión de clasificación:

Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - MercedesLewis scored his 95th pole position in Formula One - his seventh of the 2020 F1 season and first at the Tuscan Grand Prix. Valtteri missed out on pole by just 0.059s, securing P2 on the grid - having aborted his final Q3 lap after a double yellow flag in the first sector.



Lewis's pole time of 1:15.144 sets a new record at Mugello. Both drivers will start the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix on the Soft tyre.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): I'm so happy to be up here. It's been a tough weekend, to be honest. This is a phenomenal track and it's very challenging. You're going through Turns 6, 7, 8 and 9 at around 275 to 285 km/h and the g-forces we're pulling through there is just insane. Valtteri has been quicker than me all through the weekend, so I've been working hard in the background to try and improve my lines and set-up. And finally, I got the lap together that I needed in Q3. The wind picked up a bit for the second lap, which is why I wasn't able to go any quicker, but the first lap was good enough. Valtteri did a great job and has been pushing me really hard, so I'm glad I could pick up the pace once I got to Qualifying. I'm looking forward to tomorrow, it'll be difficult on such a high-speed track but that should also make it pretty interesting.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): It's disappointing to miss out on pole, especially by such a small margin and after I had to abort my final lap. The yellow flags definitely hampered my Qualifying, as I still had more to come with the last lap and was just waiting for the time to get it all right. The first run was okay but not perfect, so I was looking forward to going again but I just didn't get the opportunity. Coming into the weekend, we thought it would be nearly impossible to overtake here but during practice, we've seen how wide the track is and the different lines you can take through the corners. So, I'm hopeful I'll be able to take the fight to Lewis tomorrow and have a good battle. There's a long run to Turn 1 as well, so we'll see what happens.


Toto Wolff: I'm very happy with a 1-2 in Qualifying and locking out the front row. This is such a fast and flowing track, so Qualifying was spectacular - as we expected. We have all the ingredients for an exciting race tomorrow, with both Red Bulls behind us and it's also great to see Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) in their 1,000th Grand Prix with a car up in P5. We're flying a little bit blind for the race, with it being a brand-new track for F1. Our long runs in practice actually weren't that long so there are still some unknowns. We'll have to see how the tyres last and whether it will be a one or a two-stop, but there are a few strategic options and it will be interesting to see how it all plays out. I'm really looking forward to a good race tomorrow.


Andrew Shovlin: Well done to Lewis on another fantastic pole position, it's difficult to put the lap together here with so many interconnected corners, but he made a big step overnight and was putting in strong laps all session. It was a frustrating final lap for Valtteri; he'd found good time compared to his penultimate run as he exited Turn 3 but had to abandon the lap due to the yellow flags. Valtteri's been strong here from the word go, so he was frustrated to not get a chance to finish the lap but at least his first lap in the final session was good enough to secure the front row. This is the closest that we've seen Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) all year in Qualifying and that normally translates to them being close in the race. They also have two cars up at the front which will give them a few more options. Hopefully it will be an interesting race; it's pretty tough on the tyres and there are quite a few strategies that all end up similar on race time, so I think we'll see some variety up and down the grid in tyre choice and number of stops.

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:19
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - FerrariMixed fortunes in qualifying for Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) in the Toscana – Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) 1000 Grand Prix, which starts tomorrow at 15.10 at the Mugello International circuit. Charles managed to secure a super fifth place on the grid, whereas Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) will start from back on the seventh row in 14th spot, having failed to make the cut to Q3.



All the teams opted to immediately run Soft tyres as they were definitely the quickest so far over a single lap at this track. Sebastian did a 1:17.343, while Charles got down to a 1:17.048, not quick enough to be sure of getting to Q2. Having waited for more cars to run and rubber in the track, the two SF1000s went back out on another set of new tyres.

At that moment, Seb was 18th but made into the 15 that go through, with a 1:17.072. Charles improved to 1:16.698.


Again the Scuderia drivers went out on Softs with Seb the first to set a time in his number 5 car, with a 1:17.006, while Charles then did a good 1:16.324. The drivers then pitted for another set of new Softs to tackle another run. Vettel improved to 1:16.858 but would go no further as he was 14th, while Leclerc could not beat his previous time but was safe through to Q3 in eighth place.


In the final part to fix the top five rows, Charles first went out on used rubber, leaving his one remaining set of new Softs for when the track was at its most rubbered-in. However, especially over a flying lap, fresh tyres make a big difference so Charles was unable to do more than a modest 1:17.739. Once the number 16 SF1000 was fitted with the new tyres, Charles improved to a 1:16.270, fifth fastest.


As mentioned, Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) will start its one thousandth Grand Prix tomorrow at 15.10. As part of the celebrations for this milestone, shortly before 2pm, Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) Driver Academy (FDA) student Mick Schumacher will take to the track at the wheel of the F2004 which his father Michael drove in the year he last won the world championship.


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): "I'm happy to be back in the top ten as I've missed tackling Q3 in recent races. The last two weekends have been extremely difficult for us so it's nice to finally see the light.


"It's still a bit of an unknown where our pace came from, and it is very important for us to find out, because that's how we will consistently be at our best.


"The characteristics of this track suit our car better, that's for sure. I think our medium-downforce package is better in terms of balance compared to our low-downforce one that we were running in Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) and Spa (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/19/spa-francorchamps). I was struggling to drive the car there, and here I'm a bit more at ease with it, so I had more confidence and that also helped today.


"P5 is definitely the best we could have done. We are lacking performance compared to the guys in front but overall I'm very happy with the balance, which is positive.

It's going to be a difficult race because we have quite a lot of cars behind us that might turn out to be faster than us. Hopefully we can give our tifosi some entertainment and finish in this position or even better."


Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "I made a mistake in Q1, although I was still able to go through to the next part, but from then on we weren't able to make any progress. We need to have a look at the data, but so far, I'm not really getting the hang of the car. I am trying to, but it will be a difficult race tomorrow, especially given our start position, which means we won't be able to show our true pace. I am not happy with this result, but I have struggled a little bit this weekend so far, so lets see what we can do tomorrow. As for overtaking, everybody is saying it is difficult here, but as we have never raced here before, let's see what happens tomorrow."


Laurent Mekies, Sporting Director: "After two very tough weekends in Spa (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/19/spa-francorchamps) and Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), we wanted to turn things around and we seem to have managed it. Charles is fifth on the grid, so that today at least, he is ahead of the group of drivers that normally fight over a few tenths. It's the best we can do right now.


"Sebastian's result is not so good, but the gaps are very small: just five thousandths faster would have moved him up two places. We can expect a very tough race tomorrow on a beautiful and spectacular track that is also demanding for both the car and driver.


"At least ten cars will be fighting for places right behind the top three and we will have to do everything perfectly when it comes to strategy, reliability and the work in the pitlane. Our aim is the same as always, to bring home as many points as possible. We will have some extra motivation from the fact we want to do our best on what is the Scuderia's one thousandth Formula 1 World Championship Grand Prix."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:20
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - Red BullMax Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "As a Team I think we did a very good job the whole weekend and from the start the car was in a good window which meant it was more about fine tuning. We are the closest we have been to Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) in qualifying so we can be happy about that and also the gap to the competition behind us is bigger. I have good hopes for the race and it is always difficult to predict whether we can fight for the win but I feel a bit more confident than some other weekends.

We have quite decent top speed which I think is good around here and although it won't be easy to pass at least the last few corners are quite wide and long so you can take a few different lines if you have the pace to follow. Strategy wise as it is a new track we will find out a lot during the race, especially about the tyres as track temperatures are going to be quite high tomorrow. A Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) is never easy to overtake but we will give it all we have and I love this track so I'm really looking forward to the race."



Alex Albon: "It was a good, strong qualifying and driving these cars around this circuit on low fuel is just incredible. It's crazy and it takes your breath away so I hope we continue with tracks like this in the future. Qualifying fourth is my career best so I'm happy as we are making constant progress. Spa (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/19/spa-francorchamps) was good, Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza) was better and here so far has been another step forward. Obviously, there's still some time to find but we're consistently getting better and I think without the yellow flags in the last Q3 run we would have gone even quicker. During the Free Practice sessions, I was lacking a bit of confidence but after we made some changes, the car became more connected and I could start pushing it. Tomorrow, we'll need to get a good, clean launch as it's a long run to Turn One and then hopefully we can have a simple, boring race without any dramas."


Christian Horner: "It's great to have both drivers up on the second row in qualifying with Max third and Alex fourth and we extracted the most out of the car today. We were just a couple of tenths shy of Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) but it was one of the closest sessions this year and hopefully we can race well from there. Alex has had a strong weekend with his best F1 qualifying result to date which will provide him with confidence ahead of the race. We've been quick in sector three all weekend so our first opportunity will be on the run down to Turn One and then we will see what we can do from there. It's going to be interesting to see what affect the warm weather has on strategies and of course there's no historic data here so you've got to be prepared to be reactive. The drivers are really enjoying this circuit, it's a fast old school track so let's hope it produces a great race tomorrow."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:22
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - McLarenCarlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "Today was a good reaction to a very difficult weekend so far. We finally managed to put a good lap together in Q2 and get through to Q3. It's disappointing to not fully see what the car was capable of doing in Q3 due to the yellow flag but, in general, I'm happy with the turnaround we made.



"We've made a lot of set-up changes across the weekend and now we're ready for a challenging race tomorrow, when we'll try our best to fight for points."


Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "A tricky qualifying, but given how much we were struggling in FP3, there are some positives we can take away from today.


"The car was a long way off the pace this morning and I didn't have much confidence, so I struggled a lot during that session. We made some good improvements going into qualifying and the result could've been a lot worse, but obviously I'm still frustrated to have missed out on Q3 by a few tenths. We'll push hard tomorrow to make up a few positions and get into the points."


Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "A challenging two days so far for us here in Mugello. Despite improving the car for qualifying, we have to accept that P9 and P11 were pretty much everything we could achieve today.


"The gap to the cars in front of us isn't huge, which gives us the opportunity to fight tomorrow. We'll do our homework tonight and look to the race ahead."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:23
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - RenaultRenault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) DP World F1 Team will start the Pirelli Tuscan Grand Prix with both cars inside the top ten. Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) lines up for the inaugural Formula 1 race at the Autodromo di Mugello in eighth, two places ahead of Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) in tenth.



The duo looked strong and evenly matched over the session, with both smoothly through Q1. Esteban finished in eighth while Daniel was just one tenth of a second behind in eleventh.


Track conditions improved for Q2 as the sun light shafts beamed down and the track rubbered in. Daniel's first lap in the second segment was good for fifth and he elected not to make a second run in Q2. It proved enough as he eased through to the final shoot-out. Esteban went for a second crack of the whip and just five hundredths of a second separated them at the close of the session.


Expectations were high for Q3. Daniel set a decent time but was set to improve on his second lap. Unfortunately, however, a spin for Esteban on his one and only quick lap compromised Daniel's potential hot lap as he had to lift to pass the Frenchman's car. The Q2 laps set by both would have been good enough for fifth and sixth on the grid.


Starting eighth and tenth in a closely matched grid promises for a close, exciting race tomorrow.


Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "We showed pretty good pace today, so it's a shame not to maximise it. We're still in a good position to score points for the race. I was happy with the session, especially with Q2, where I put in a good lap and saved two sets for Q3. My first run in Q3 wasn't the best, I lost the rear and it was a bit messy and there was certainly more to come on the second set. Unfortunately, with Esteban's spin and the yellow flag, I couldn't improve my lap time. Looking at the result, there was potential for fifth with a clean lap. There will be a lot going on tomorrow and I think there will be a good battle for the top five and hopefully it's a fun one."


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "Unfortunately, I lost the car on my Q3 run and couldn't put in a lap time. It was one of those times when you push the limits more and more throughout the session and that one was just a bit over. It's a shame as we showed good pace and we could have qualified a lot further up. The car was good today and the team did a really solid job, especially the step between FP3 and Qualifying. We're in a position to score points tomorrow and I know we have the ability to grab some."


Alan Permane, Sporting Director: "We can be happy to have got two cars into Q3, particularly after our difficult morning today. However, we can't be totally content with the finishing positions. We justifiably showed that the car had more pace than that; we could have been fifth and sixth. We, nevertheless, have to be satisfied with eighth and tenth and see what we can do tomorrow. Watching the support races, it seems possible to overtake, so it could be an interesting race. Conditions look similar to today, so we hope to have another strong race and double points finish for the team."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:24
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - AlphaTauriDaniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat): "I had a solid day today as I felt more comfortable with the car in qualifying than in other sessions. My engineers did a good job trying to make the car suit my driving better because yesterday I wasn't very happy, but today we definitely made a step forward. However, we were missing a couple of tenths, so in the last run since there wasn't much to lose, I tried to take Turn 7 flat; you try to find time anywhere you can. We start from P12 tomorrow and you can fight from there, the race is new for everyone, so it will be important to capitalize on anything that might happen."



Pierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "Today was frustrating as everything was going so well all weekend. The car was good in free practice, and in Quali we pushed the engine a bit more and in my two laps before the finish line, I ran out of energy which cost us more than a tenth. Looking at the gap, we were only missing half a tenth to Q2. It's clearly not good on such a track to qualify so far behind and it's a shame because everything before that went great. We just didn't manage to put things together in Quali and we made small mistakes in the worst possible moment. We need to find a way to recover as we know we are faster than this, so we'll try to make our way back into the points tomorrow."


Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "A disappointing qualifying session today. We have been much more competitive in the sessions leading up to qualifying, but we didn't manage to repeat our performance this afternoon and we need to understand what the factors behind this were. There is a lot of work to get through tonight in order to be fully prepared for the race, and today's result has made it harder than it should have been. However, we feel we have a package to be competitive tomorrow fighting with the cars in the midfield and this is our target."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:26
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - Racing PointSergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "I think we got everything we could out of the car and overall it's been a positive day for the team. It was a good lap in Q3, which was important because we only had one set of Soft tyres remaining [having used two sets in Q1]. It's a shame that we have the penalty for the Grand Prix, but if I had to lose a place on the grid - I'm glad it's to my team-mate! Lance was able to run the car upgrade today, which is looking positive, so that's a good sign for the coming races. It's a new race for all of us, so there's plenty of unknowns and calling the strategy won't be easy tomorrow. A strong start will mean we have everything to play for in the race."



Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "It was a little bit frustrating out there today. I think we could have qualified in P4 or P5 without the yellow flag on the final runs in Q3. I'd set a comfortable banker lap on my first run and I think I was set to improve significantly on my second. Regardless, there's plenty of positives to take from today. We improved the car overnight and earned a good starting position - and that's important because overtaking is going to be difficult here. I'm happy with the feel of the car and we have good underlying pace, so I think we have the potential for a strong result tomorrow. We were also able to collect more data on our upgrade package and the early signs are promising. It's been a good day's work and I'm looking forward to the race now."


Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "A pretty solid qualifying effort with both cars showing good speed across the sessions. Even with Checo's one-place penalty, it doesn't change our starting positions as a team with Lance now lining up ahead of Checo. Lance was unlucky on his final run in Q3 to be disadvantaged by the yellow flags for Ocon and had to abort the lap. That took away his chance of getting ahead of Leclerc. The layout of this track suggests overtaking will be difficult tomorrow, so it was important to secure good starting positions today. I'm confident our race pace will match our qualifying speed and that we can bring home important points tomorrow.

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:28
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - Alfa RomeoThe statistics will say that today's qualifying for the Tuscany Grand Prix was the best Saturday result for the team in 2020, with Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen)'s 13th place the highest grid placement obtained this season so far. What the dry numbers won't tell, however is how close the team went to booking its first Q3 spot of the year, with Kimi equalling Daniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat)'s time for P12 and finishing the second segment of qualifying just 0.332s off P10.



There are no points given on Saturday, of course. And, most importantly, there are no points given for P13: but starting from the seventh row gives us a better chance to battle for a spot in that all-important top ten when the lights go out tomorrow. In what is expected to be a tough race under the baking Tuscan sun, we will need a good start and to make the right calls to edge our rivals in what looks like a very tight pack. Doing so from six or seven places ahead of where we used to launch at the start of the season will help.


The tricky and flowing layout of the Mugello Circuit, unfortunately, claimed Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi) early in the session. Antonio produced a good effort in his first run, but was caught out by one of the track's corners in his second one: on a circuit with no solution of continuity between a corner and the next, that was enough to edge him out of the top 15 by a small margin. The Apulian has produced some incredible starts in recent weeks, however, and a good launch will bring him straight in contention again.


As with everything else this weekend, much remain unknown about tomorrow's race. Tyre degradation, strategies and even the likelihood of a Safety Car - all is in the realm of the hypothetical still. It's going to be a can't-miss one, by the looks of it - and we'll be in the thick of it.


Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "To place a car in Q2 for the second race in a row, just 0.3s off a place in the top ten, is a good result and we can be pleased with the step forward we have made. We had our best qualifying of the year: we've made a big improvement in the last couple of months and the gap with our rivals has shrunk considerably, although we know we have to keep working hard to keep moving forward. It was a shame to lose Antonio in Q1: he was less than 0.2s from a place in the top 15, but with such a tight field, that was enough to miss out. The race tomorrow will be interesting: strategy will surely play a big role and we need to be ready to react quickly to any circumstances: a place in the points is possible if we play our cards right."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "P13 is a good result given the circumstances but obviously we want a lot more. The car felt quite nice and I felt we got everything we could out of it, but it's still disappointing not to be higher up on the grid, as we were very close to the top ten. We keep pushing for a spot in Q3 and sooner or later we are going to break in. We'll find out tomorrow if we can get in the points in the race: overtaking will be difficult but all we can do is go out there and do our best."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "I'm disappointed to be out in Q1 as today we had the potential to do better. I put in a good lap in my first run, but in the second one I just didn't pull it all together. This is a track where a small mistake costs you a lot because this layout is effectively a sequence of corners: if you do a mistake, you lose momentum and your lap is ruined, and this is what happened. The race tomorrow will be tough: physically tough, with high temperatures and on a track on which overtaking is difficult. We will try our best to make up some ground."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:29
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - HaasHaas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team drivers Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean) and Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen) qualified 15th and 20th, respectively, for Sunday's Tuscan Grand Prix, the ninth round of the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship at Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello.


Grosjean and Magnussen had two sets of Pirelli's P Zero Red soft tires at their disposal in qualifying's opening Q1 session. Magnussen banked a 1:17.932 on his first set before improving to a 1:17.348 on his second set - the Dane placing 20th on the timesheets. Grosjean opened his account with a 1:17.584. He too picked up speed on his second outing clocking a 1:17.069 to graduate into Q2 in 14th - the Frenchman's third Q2 appearance of the season.

Q2 again saw Grosjean log two flying runs on fresh softs. It was his first attempt that proved fastest, a 1:17.254 around the flowing 5.245-kilometer (3.259-mile), 15-turn circuit. It placed him 15th overall at the checkered.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton) of Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) claimed top spot on the grid for the Tuscan Grand Prix, the seventh pole of the season for the British driver and his 95th career Formula One pole. His Q3 fast lap of 1:15.144 beat teammate and second-place qualifier Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas) by .059 of a second.


Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "Q2, as I said at Silverstone (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/17/silverstone), that's our current target for the short-term in qualifying. So, that's the positive today. The Q2 runs weren't that good. I didn't have a tow on my first run, and for us that's costly here. The lap was good, we were just missing straight line speed. I just went for it on my second lap. I guess at turn one I picked up a big gust of wind - the rear of the car completely snapped. I was down four tenths already, so it was game over from the first corner. I can't say for the race how we'll go. In all fairness, I didn't do the long run yesterday with the issues we had on my car. I'm pretty sure tires are going to have a tough time. Let's see, at least for us, how much of an issue surface overheating is. I'm a bit worried but let's hope I'm wrong. But what a track to drive. Turns six to 10 you're flat out - that's absolutely mega."


Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "I'm pretty surprised to be where I am. It didn't feel bad, the car's gotten better and better all weekend long. When I was driving that last lap, I thought it was going to be ok, it didn't feel too bad. I had one of the Williams (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/11/williams) car's go off in the gravel at turn seven, there was a lot of gravel and dust coming up. I had to lift off a little bit, which maybe cost me a tenth or so. That meant I was dead last as it's so tight here. It was a little bit unlucky, but honestly it felt much better than it was. Given the surprise of today, not being as competitive as we thought, it's hard to have too big an expectation for the race tomorrow. As always, we'll do what we can to try to make it up in the race."


Guenther Steiner: "After a good FP3 to start the day, we were hoping for a little bit more in qualifying. At least the good point is we got one car into Q2 - at the moment that is the best we can do. We're always doing the best that we can. The drivers are pretty happy with the car, but we're just not fast enough. Tomorrow is another day. Starting from 15th will be tough to get into the points, but if you don't try, you don't get. At some stage we will get lucky - somewhere, sometime, it may be far away, but it will come."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:30
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - WilliamsGeorge Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67999/drivers/66/george-russell) qualified 18th and Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi) 19th for the Tuscan Grand Prix. George continued to improve throughout the session, with a time of 1:17.232 on his last effort, despite a brief trip through the gravel at the exit of turn seven. Nicholas clocked his fastest time of Q1 on his second timed lap with a 1:17.320.



Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: A small issue with the brake system on George's car at the beginning of FP3 required some major work to access the damaged component. This gave the mechanics a lot to do to get the car ready for qualifying, robbed George of some valuable track time and meant that we missed some of the set-up work that we were keen to do. Fortunately, we were able to move some of George's tests to Nicholas, and he and his team did an excellent job to update their run programme and collect the key data. It was a great example of the Team's agility and highlights the trust across the garage. Based on the results from Nicholas's car, both drivers were able to go into qualifying with the best set-up on their cars.


The mechanics did a sterling job to repair George's car after FP3 enabling him to leave the garage on time at the beginning of qualifying. The Q1 session was busy as we looked to maximise track time for both drivers. Both put in strong performances, pushing the limits further on each run. George ran wide at T7 on his final lap, which cost him some time, but he was still able to complete a strong sector three despite coming across Hamilton in the last corner. Nicholas meanwhile had his tyre preparation compromised by traffic on the out-lap and couldn't improve on his previous best due to too much understeer.


Qualifying was very tight, and the car had the pace to progress to Q2 today. We are a little frustrated by the result this afternoon, but we know that it was very close, and we are happy that we made some good decisions in difficult circumstances. The team have done an excellent job all weekend and although today we fell a little short, we are ready to race hard tomorrow.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/67999/drivers/66/george-russell): We were quick from the off and I had a really good feeling in the car. We changed the downforce level from yesterday, which I planned to run this morning but didn't get the chance to. It was a bit of a change for us, and missing FP3 made it difficult. I am disappointed I couldn't finish my final lap as that would have been a great way to reward the team, as Q2 was definitely on the cards for us today. A big thanks to the boys for getting my car turned around after FP3 as there was a lot of work on their hands. Nevertheless, I think we did a good job today.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): I was feeling strong after FP3. We made quite a sizeable change going into qualifying and geared the car towards the race tomorrow to have more of a fighting chance. The first run was feeling good, but the balance went in the wrong direction for the second and the third. I was limited with a lot of understeer; we were compensating for that and we kept adding more and more wing. I think there was more today, but I am looking forward to the race tomorrow.

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:31
Tuscan GP: Qualifying team notes - PirelliAll the drivers used the P Zero Red soft tyre from start to finish of qualifying, so the top 10 will all start on this compound. After the first stint, there are several options. With a new circuit and a close margin between a one-stopper and a two-stopper, there could be a variety of quite different race tactics tomorrow - which might make a crucial difference.



Mugello is an old school track with small run-off areas that are unforgiving of mistakes. Given the two red flags during FP2 yesterday, a safety car could be very possible tomorrow - and the team strategies have to be ready to react to that.

Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) has also been consistently fast throughout the weekend so far, able to closely match Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) in both qualifying and race pace.


With Mugello being a brand new circuit where it's not so easy to overtake, with high speeds and close gaps as well, strategy is going to be all-important: especially as tyre wear and degradation is expected to be quite high. That degradation, on the Red soft tyre in particular, will be key to the strategy.


Both a one and a two-stop strategy are possible, but as always, the teams will try to complete the race with just one stop: especially those in the top 10 of the grid (all starting on the soft compound).


On paper, a two-stopper is actually slightly quicker for the 59-lap race. The fastest two-stopper consists of two stints of 19 laps on the soft tyre plus a 21-lap stint on the Yellow medium (perhaps in the middle stint). The second-fastest two-stopper uses just one stint on the soft of 16 laps, then two stints on the medium of 21 and 22 laps respectively.


Based on the tyres that the drivers have available, the one-stopper is slightly slower but very marginal on wear: starting on the soft tyre and then switching to the White hard on lap 22. This is the strategy that the top 10 on the grid seem likely to go for.


The slowest - but more flexible - one-stopper will be a medium-hard strategy, switching tyres on lap 26. As always, these strategies can all use the tyres in a different order, depending on individual race circumstances.


Mario Isola: "It was another warm day at Mugello with the tyres providing good performance. Already in Q1 yesterday's new track record was broken, before being lowered further in the final session. All the drivers in the top 10 of the grid have chosen to start the race on the soft tyres, which obviously has an effect on the race strategy. Controlling degradation on the soft at the beginning of the race will be crucial, and this will help to decide if it's a one or a two stop race, with several different strategies possible. The soft tyres were used from start to finish of qualifying today, but the harder compounds will definitely come into their own tomorrow, especially for the drivers contemplating a one-stop strategy."

llumia
13/09/2020, 01:33
Rueda de prensa (Sábado):

https://www.pitpass.com/68008/Tuscan-GP-Post-Qualifying-press-conference

llumia
13/09/2020, 09:28
Una de las problemáticas de la MCL35 y también de su prdecesora, la alta sensibilidad a cambios en la dirección del viento en las curvas, en concreto las dificultades aparecen con el "viento de cola":

https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/152091/mclaren-wind-sensitivity-cause-of-drop-in-form

llumia
13/09/2020, 09:32
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhusDUUXcAApAxe?format=jpg&name=large

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhusDUUXcAApAxe?format=jpg&name=large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 09:57
Espectáculo de Ferrari (esta vez fuera de la pista :gaydude:) para celebrar sus 1.000 carreras.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnQzFDhGx8Q






Aunque os recomiendo más esta versión que corresponde más o menos a la parte que aparece en el vídeo a partir del minuto 4:50. Esta música le pega mucho más. :roto2rie: :elrisas: :elrisas: :juas: :cunaooooo:

https://twitter.com/Mattzel89/status/1304908731017293824?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 10:10
Como parte de la celebración, mini-Schumy rodará con el coche de su padre. En Ferrari ya lo tienen preparado. Igual les rentaría más correr con él que con el coche actual. :gaydude:


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ehx1NhhWAAY9AL3.jpg:large

red5isalive
13/09/2020, 10:35
No he visto ni veré mucho de este gp (es lo que tiene no tener vomistar) pero Mugello No me parece circuito para coches y menos para F1.
Ojalá me equivoque.

LaraCroft
13/09/2020, 10:59
No he visto ni veré mucho de este gp (es lo que tiene no tener vomistar) pero Mugello No me parece circuito para coches y menos para F1.
Ojalá me equivoque.

Ponte esto Red5

https://www.arena4viewer.in/

Ahí puedes ver no solo la F1, sino todo todo todo en lo que a deportes se refiere


Para PC aquí te explican:
https://arena4viewer.com/pc/

LaraCroft
13/09/2020, 11:02
Me ha encantado el vídeo Goval, menudo espectáculo, solo me ha faltado un buen tenor en el Nessum dorma en vez de la flauta travesera ahhhh y podían haber llevado a Kimi que para eso es campeón con Ferrari.

Vídeo descargado :sisi1::number_one:

GoVal
13/09/2020, 11:44
Me ha encantado el vídeo Goval, menudo espectáculo, solo me ha faltado un buen tenor en el Nessum dorma en vez de la flauta travesera ahhhh y podían haber llevado a Kimi que para eso es campeón con Ferrari.

Vídeo descargado :sisi1::number_one:


Pienso igual, que ya que estaban faltó un buen tenor, que alguno en Italia seguro que tienen. Y lo de Kimi pues la verdad es que no habría estado mal, aunque igual a Vettel no le habría sentado tan bien. :gaydude:

Por cierto, ¿te has descargado el vídeo largo o la versión corta mejorada? :dontknow: :gaydude:






No he visto ni veré mucho de este gp (es lo que tiene no tener vomistar) pero Mugello No me parece circuito para coches y menos para F1.
Ojalá me equivoque.


Ojalá te equivoques para que te entre el gusanillo de ir a hacer fotos para nosotros si se disputa otro GP allí. :abrazo: Total, te pilla «casi en frente». :cunaooooo:

llumia
13/09/2020, 11:54
Recordatorio de los juegos de neumáticos de los que dispone cada piloto:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhySPuUWkAAgYhV?format=jpg&name=900x900

red5isalive
13/09/2020, 11:55
Ponte esto Red5

https://www.arena4viewer.in/

Ahí puedes ver no solo la F1, sino todo todo todo en lo que a deportes se refiere


Para PC aquí te explican:
https://arena4viewer.com/pc/

Gracias Lara :D

GoVal
13/09/2020, 12:13
*******AVISO IMPORTANTE DE DIRECCIÓN DE CARRERA*******


El director de carreeeeraaaaa
El Maiquel Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaasiiiii
Hace sabeeeeer
A todos los pilooooootooooss
Que el coche de seguridaaaaaaá
Es de color rooooo joooooooo


:roto2gaydude::XD2:


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhyYmGbXkAA0CqL.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 12:15
Mejores estrategias según Pirelli. Lo más rápido sería hacer dos paradas pero si la dificultad de adelantar es grande, seguro que todos querrán ir a una. Según las estimaciones, en la parada se pierden unos 20 segundos.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhyQh8SXYAATQMv.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 12:35
Recordatorio de los juegos de neumáticos de los que dispone cada piloto:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhySPuUWkAAgYhV.jpg:large



Verstappen es el único de los 10 primeros con un juego de blandos nuevo.

GoVal
13/09/2020, 12:36
Por motivos de seguridad, al inicio del pit lane, antes de llegar al primer garaje, han colocado dos conos en la línea de separación del carril rápido. Los pilotos deberán mantenerse a la izquierda de los conos.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ehyc2eIXYAIMyW-.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 13:57
Mario Isola: "Algunos coches pueden intentar hacer blando, medio y medio. No me sorprendería ver algo parecido a lo de Barcelona, dónde gestionaron mucho la primera tanda para alargar la primera parada. Aquí es complicado adelantar y con los coches de F1, así que seguramente alguno intentará cambiar la estrategia para hacer solo una parada".


Cree que es muy fácil ver algún coche de seguridad debido a que salirse de la pista implica irse a la grava. Esto hace que sea muy posible ver una estrategia a una parada de medio-duro entre los que pueden elegir neumático en la salida, ya que el tiempo por vuelta del duro no está muy lejos de los tiempos por vuelta del medio.


También piensa que puede aparecer el blistering debido a que la temperatura hoy es bastante alta y porque el viernes vieron algo de porosidad.

GoVal
13/09/2020, 14:07
Mick rodando en Mugello con el F2004 y un casco como el de su padre: https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1305112649018085378?s=20



Mientras rodaba, en Movistar poniendo entrevistas y reportajes. Bien podrían haberse esperado un poco.



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Más fotos: https://twitter.com/Gianludale27/status/1305115260169474048?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 14:14
Mick ha agradecido a Ferrari y sobre todo al dueño del coche el haber tenido la oportunidad de rodar con él. Ya lo pilotó en Hockenheim el año pasado pero dice que hacerlo aquí ha sido muy especial, un honor.



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GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:06
Este gesto queda más esperpéntico a medida que van pasando las carreras, sin mencionar las cada vez más reivindicativas camisetas de Hamilton.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ehy-wM9X0AE26r0.jpg:large

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GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:07
Los mecánicos de Verstappen trabajando en su coche hasta el último momento. Esperemos que no tenga ningún problema.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzAEqWX0AEoy0z.jpg:large



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzBFCkWsAUxsSt.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:12
Kvyat, Kimi, Grosjean, Russell y Latifi son los únicos pilotos que salen con el medio. El resto, con blando.

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:18
Una fotico para Lari.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzDCqgXkAANgIU.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:28
Accidentada salida en la que Hamilton ha salido falta perdiendo posición con Bottas y Verstappen ha tenido un problema de potencia que lo ha llevado a perder muchas posiciones.

En la curva 2 Carlos ha trompeado y ha tenido mucha suerte de que lo pudieran esquivar. Sólo lo ha tocado Vettel, que ha roto su alerón y ha tenido que entrar a cambiarlo.

Al mismo tiempo, un poco más atrás un toque entre varios pilotos ha dejado a Gasly y Verstappen fuera de carrera y con el precioso coche de seguridad rojo en pista.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzDulxWsAAlpLv.jpg:large

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GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:32
Se va el coche de seguridad y de nuevo tiene que salir debido a un accidente en la resalida antes incluso de llegar a la línea de meta en la que se han vuelto a ver varios coches, entre ellos el de carlos. :triste2:

El accidente ha sido bastante fuerte, ya que se quedó un coche prácticamente parado en medio de la recta principal y los de detrás no han podido evitarlo.

Por suerte todos los implicados están bien, aunque Carlos parecía quejarse de algo de dolor en la mano.

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:33
Así ha sido el incidente que ha dejado fuera a Verstappen y Gasly desde el onboard de Kimi, que tuvo que pasar por boxes a cambiar el alerón delantero y que parece que tiene algún que otro daño más.



https://twitter.com/EvenstarSaima/status/1305133477134839808?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:37
El trompo de Carlos.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzEr1gXgAIqRye.jpg:large


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzEr19XYAE8o1L.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:37
La mini volada de Gasly.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzFOBvXYAEE6dI.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:39
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzEElwXYAEcd9v.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:45
Onboard de Carlos en la resalida.




https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1305138778198204416?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:49
Así ha quedado la recta principal.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzIkORXgAEu45K.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:55
Todo apunta a que la confusión ha sido causada porque el coche de seguridad apagó las luces demasiado tarde. Tras la bandera roja, la salida va a ser en parado. Por este segundo accidente han abandonado Latifi, Magnussen, Giovinazzi y Sainz.




https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzIRv9WAAAK5uH.jpg:large

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:miedito:

GoVal
13/09/2020, 15:57
Onboard de Giovinazzi.


https://twitter.com/Mattzel89/status/1305137465854918657?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 16:00
Para esta segunda salida, sólo tenemos a 13 coches. Los Mercedes optan por montar neumático medio nuevo. Otros con neumático medio son Kimi y Russell. El resto, con el blando.

GoVal
13/09/2020, 16:50
Nuevo coche de seguridad por un fuerte accidente de Stroll.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzYkXRWkAI3lHt.jpg:large

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GoVal
13/09/2020, 16:56
Nueva cagadilla del coche de seguridad. Ha salido y se ha puesto delante de Bottas, cuando el líder de la carrera era Hamilton. :roto2:


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzZQMxXgAA5GTD.jpg:large

GoVal
13/09/2020, 16:58
La salida de Stroll que ha provocado una nueva bandera roja.


https://twitter.com/SkySportsF1/status/1305157717653426180?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 17:02
Los comisarios están teniendo bastantes problemas para retirar el coche de Stroll, que ha sufrido un pequeño incendio.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ehzam-PWoAEyPui.jpg:large

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GoVal
13/09/2020, 17:03
:roto2rie:


https://twitter.com/ThatPeterHayes/status/1305159053933412353?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 17:14
Para la tercera salida en parado del día, todos los coches han montado neumático blando.

GoVal
13/09/2020, 18:03
:elrisas: :elrisas: :elrisas: :juas:



ElTitoBernie @Yayo_F1 (https://twitter.com/Yayo_F1) · 2h (https://twitter.com/Yayo_F1/status/1305137103173492736)

Safety Car ROJO FERRARI y la lía. Casualidad? NO LO CREO.

GoVal
13/09/2020, 18:11
Onboard de Kimi en la última resalida. Lástima la sanción de 5 segundos que le cayó por entrar de manera incorrecta al pit lane cuando apareció el último coche de seguridad.



https://twitter.com/CokeFIN/status/1305171197416660992?s=20

GoVal
13/09/2020, 19:12
FORMULA 1 PIRELLI GRAN PREMIO DELLA TOSCANA FERRARI 1000 2020 - Mugello
Resultados CARRERA
Domingo, 13 de septiembre de 2020



Accidentada carrera en la que Lewis HAMILTON se lleva la victoria y la vuelta rápida, que la establece en 1:18.833. La de hoy es su victoria número 90, a una del récord de Michael Schumacher.

Valtteri BOTTAS completa un nuevo doblete de Mercedes. El podio lo completa Alexander ALBON, que por fin logra su primer podio en la F1.

Cerca del podio se ha quedado RICCIARDO, que terminó 4º, por delante de PÉREZ, NORRIS y KVYAT.

Tras ellos cruzó la meta Kimi RÄIKKÖNEN pero la sanción de 5 segundos por entrar de forma incorrecta al pit lane le ha hecho perder posición con Charles LECLERC.

La última posición de puntos ha sido para VETTEL, aunque RUSSELL estuvo cerca de quitárselo.

El último coche en cruzar la meta ha sido GROSJEAN, en 12ª posición.

El resto de pitotos han abandonado, todos por accidente.

Ha sido una pena no haber podido ver una carrera en condiciones, con todos los protagonistas en la pista. Con tanto abandono y parón, no se ha podido ver de verdad qué tipo de carrera nos puede regalar el circuito. Es cierto que entre resalida y resalida la cosa estaba bastante tranquila pero no hemos podido ver el efecto de la degradación de los neumáticos de no haber parado tanto ni la «degradación física» de los pilotos de haberse disputado todas las vueltas sin descansitos.

Lo que sí se ha visto ha sido la facilidad con la que adelantaban a los Ferrari. Una lástima.



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GoVal
13/09/2020, 19:13
Albon está tan contento que parece que el ganador haya sido él. :cunaooooo:



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GoVal
13/09/2020, 19:16
Lo siento, pero esto de Hamilton ya lo veo demasiado. Fuera de los momentos indicados por la organización, este tipo de gestos deberían de estar prohibidos. Si alguien quiere saltarse esa norma, pues que lo sancionen de alguna manera, como hacen en otros deportes como el fútbol por ejemplo. Si un piloto puede hacer esto, cualquiera que quiera reivindicar cualquier otra causa que crea justa, lo debería poder hacer.




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GoVal
13/09/2020, 19:18
Datos de Pirelli.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhzxvOsX0AE5JQN.jpg:large

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yorch
13/09/2020, 20:11
No me he quedado nada claro de quien ha sido la "culpa" tanto en el primer SC como en el de la montonera, por mucha repetición que hubiera, a ver si van saliendo mas videos aclaratorios. Me alegro de haberlo visto repetido porque, sino, aguantar esos parones...buff.

Soy menos optimista de qué GP hubiera resultado sin tanto SC. Un único punto claro de adelantamiento donde nadie ha podido defenderse ni devolver ni aguantar...pero no ha estado mal en cualquier caso, lo mas negativo algun momento realmente peligroso, pero ajeno al circuito realmente.

Ferrari...lo que comentas, daba pena ver como adelantaban a Charles como si nada, al menos el hombre hizo lo que pudo con una gran salida y aguantando. Pero es que a dia de hoy, de tu a tu, no pueden mas que con Williams y Haas a duras penas. Con Alfa Romeo ahi ahi andan. Aqui en una carrera normal hubieran estado ambos fuera de los puntos.

Como detalle gracioso ese "FORRRRR WHAAAT????" colérico de Kimi cuando le han comunicado la sanción :sisi1:

McHouserphy
13/09/2020, 22:59
Pues yo lo he visto claro y meridiano, el primer accidente es el típico de montonera en primera curva con pista estrecha, un sandwich en que el del medio solo puede deaparecer por ...teletransportación, sccotty.:facepalm:...

El segundo accidente es culpa del SC, apaga las luces en la T15 , última curva, y entre el parar para darse espacio por parte de Ham, y el acelerar para no descolgarse de los últimos, cuando el parón llega al medio del pelotón, los del final se los comen con patatas, como le ha pasado a Carlos.

Pero que yo sepa, a Maylander le dicen por radio cuándo apagar las luces:sherlock:, luego, quién le dijo cuándo???

El mismo inútil que ya la lió con lo mismo ayer en la F2. :sherlock: Michael Massi, el restituto del difunto Pescahilla.

Y ya van unas cuantas :cabreo::mafia:...

Como con los inútiles de la maFIA, el pdf de las velocidades máximas, Corrupto. :ouch::cabreo:
Los pdfs de la FP2 ... sin poner en donde deben estar.

si alguien pilla los datos de velocidades máximas, da igual que sea una imagen o documento de office, o pdf, por favor... que lo ponga en este hilo o me lo mande.
El jaleo de los pdfs y los tiempos de vuelta es monumental con dos banderas rojas con resalida...:ouch:

Así que, este gp va a ir con retraso en todo lo referente a sus datos, documentos, excels y gráficas, los arreglos van a necesitar cirujía mayor. :homework:.

Estais visaos::risitas: Pa ciencia.:gaydude: :putersmile1:...

McHouserphy
13/09/2020, 23:08
Lo siento, pero esto de Hamilton ya lo veo demasiado. Fuera de los momentos indicados por la organización, este tipo de gestos deberían de estar prohibidos. Si alguien quiere saltarse esa norma, pues que lo sancionen de alguna manera, como hacen en otros deportes como el fútbol por ejemplo. Si un piloto puede hacer esto, cualquiera que quiera reivindicar cualquier otra causa que crea justa, lo debería poder hacer.



Lástima que este año no haya GP en Austin :sherlock:... me apuesto algo a que no hay C.Jones para salir allí con esas camisetas :sherlock:...:tranqui:...

Hay que hoderse con el Martir Lewis King... :cabreo::tranqui:

McHouserphy
13/09/2020, 23:14
Manda Webbos ... la lía el SC y les dan un warning a los pilotos :sherlock::facepalm:

Fact Race restart incident.
1 20 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team
2 26 Daniil Kvyat Scuderia Alpha Taur
3 6 Nicholas Latifi Williams Racing
4 23 Alexander Albon Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
5 18 Lance Stroll BWT Racing Point F1 Team
6 3 Daniel Ricciardo Renault DP World F1 Team
7 11 Sergio Perez BWT Racing Point F1 Team
8 4 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team
9 31 Esteban Ocon Renault DP World F1 Team
10 63 George Russell Williams Racing
11 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
12 55 Carlos Sainz McLaren F1 Team

Offence Breach of Article 39.13 of the FIA Formula One Sporting Regulations.
Decision : A warning is issued to the drivers listed.

Se equivocan todos menos el tonto del Massi... :facepalm::mafia:

GoVal
14/09/2020, 00:02
:nono1: Ale, todos castigados.

Pues yo sigo como Yorch, sin tener claro quién ha sido el culpable. Supongo que por eso han decidido tirar de las orejas a todos y asunto arreglado, aunque como bien dice McH el culpable principal ha sido el coche de seguridad, o la norma por la que se rige.

En Sky, Davidson ha comentado algo interesante y es que cuando hay coche de seguridad, la carrera se suele relanzar en una curva mientras que aquí ha sido en plena recta y encima una recta larga. La inexperiencia en este tipo de relanzamiento puede haber sido un factor. La verdad es que yo nunca me he fijado en si se relanza en curva o en recta.

GoVal
14/09/2020, 00:03
Nosotros pensando que ibamos a ver apelotonamientos durante la sesión de calificación y resulta que todo lo que no vimos ayer lo hemos visto hoy de golpe. :roto2rie:


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llumia
14/09/2020, 00:24
Impresiones de los equipos después de la carrera:

Tuscan GP: Race team notes - MercedesLewis secured the 90th victory of his career, his sixth of the 2020 season and first at the Tuscan Grand Prix.. Valtteri crossed the finish line in P2 - completing a 1-2 finish for the team.



This result marks the 100th F1 win of the modern era for Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes). Lewis has now scored 222 points finishes, which is a new F1 record.


The result caps off a successful day for the team and our partners, after our junior driver Andrea Kimi Antonelli clinched the FIA Karting European Championship and Petronas Yamaha SRT took victory in MotoGP's race at Misano.


Lewis (190 points) leads the Drivers' Championship by 55 points from Valtteri (135 points). The Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes)-AMG Petronas F1 Team (325 points) leads Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Racing (173 points) by 152 points in the Constructors' Championship.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): Today was one of the most challenging days, physically and mentally, I've experienced. I'm pretty exhausted to be honest, but it feels fantastic to win such a crazy race. It's all a bit of a daze and felt like three races in one day. It was incredibly tough out there, this track is phenomenal and Valtteri was pushing me hard, so it wasn't easy at all. With all the restarts and the focus that was required, it was really hard. The first start wasn't great and I lost the place to Valtteri, but then the second start was better and I got the place back. I had a comfortable advantage after that point but then there was another red flag. Anything could have happened on those restarts but fortunately on the last one, I got my best start of the day and was able to maintain my position. Valtteri was always right there with me and I couldn't make a single mistake, otherwise he'd be right there to pass me on the straight. A huge thank you to the team here at the track and back at the factories for all their hard work to make this result possible, and this is a brilliant circuit, so I'd love to come back in the future.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): It feels like we had three races today and it was really tough out there. The first part of the race went well for me, but also was pretty short. I had a dream start and maintained my position on the first Safety Car restart. Once I lost the position to Lewis on the second start, it was really tricky to get it back. I did everything I could and was pushing really hard, especially in the middle stint so I could maintain the distance. But when you are behind, you need to slide the car more and that uses up your tyres. There weren't many opportunities once I lost the place, but that's how it goes, and I just need to keep pushing and keep trying to get better. And that's what I'll do.


Toto Wolff: What an unbelievable race today with so many red flags and restarts. There was so much going on and it proved to be quite a tough day for all the teams. First of all, I'm glad to see that everybody is safe and okay after the incidents during today's race. The crash on the main straight looked very scary, as did Lance's off. For us, it was a great race and a fantastic result for the team with a 1-2 finish at Mugello. Both of our drivers put in very strong performances and it's just what we'd hoped for. Well done to everyone in the team. To extend the lead in the Drivers' and Constructors' Championships feels good and now we have one weekend off, before we go again in Russia.


Andrew Shovlin: That's the 100th win since Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) returned to F1 as a manufacturer in 2010 and a really proud milestone for everyone in Brackley, Brixworth and Stuttgart. What a race though! Plenty of starts kept it pretty exciting. Lewis lost out at the first one with a bit of wheelspin off the line. Valtteri also had a tough time with marbles on the left-hand side of the grid for the final restart and lost a place to Riccardo. The Safety Car restart was probably more challenging than the race start itself. We'd spent a long time this morning talking it through, we knew that the Safety Car lights would go out really late which meant the lead driver can't go early as everyone will sit in their tow and pass.

Valtteri was controlling the pace at that stage and timed it well, but behind him it looked like a few cars had gone slightly too early and it caused a bit of chaos which brought out the red flag. It was one of those races where it's normally hard to stay in front, as it's so hard to guess what's going to happen next. But the team and drivers did a fantastic job and it's a really nice way to finish this triple header.

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:25
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - FerrariScuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s thousandth Formula 1 race, the Toscana – Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) 1000 GP will be remembered for many reasons. The difficulties and spectacular nature of the Mugello circuit, the track owned by Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) and making its debut on the Formula 1 calendar, will be recalled for the return of spectators to the grandstands, for the Italian national anthem sung by Andrea Bocelli and the excitement before the race start of seeing Mick Schumacher doing five laps in the F2004, the Scuderia's most successful car as raced by his father Michael. However, it won't be remembered for the race result with Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) and Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel) finishing eighth and tenth. This was at the end of a chaotic race, red flagged twice, thus featuring three starts off the grid.



When the lights went out, Charles got the perfect getaway, going from fifth to third, even getting alongside Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton) in second. But at turn 2, there was a collision between Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz)'s McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) and Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll)'s Racing Point (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/14/racing-point).

At this point, Seb arrived to find the McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) across his path sideway and was unable to avoid it, damaging the front wing. A bit further back, Kimi Räikkönen, Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean), Pierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly) and Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) collided, with the AlphaTauri (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/16/alphatauri) and Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) finishing up in the gravel, bringing out the Safety Car. The race resumed eight laps later, Charles was third while Seb was thirteenth and last. There was barely time for the race to get going before it was red flagged once more after a big collision on the start line.


The second start saw Charles again get away well to stay third, while Seb immediately got ahead of Grosjean in the Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) to go 12th. Soon Leclerc was struggling to run at a good pace and was overtaken by several cars, so the decision was taken to pit at the end of lap 22 to go for a change of strategy and a set of Hards. The same tactic was tried with Vettel on lap 29. On lap 38, the team called Charles in again fitting Mediums to his SF1000. Shortly after, Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll) crashed at Arrabbiata 2, bringing out the Safety Car yet again and once more that was soon changed to a red flag. There hadn't been anything similar happen since Brazil in 2016. Before the stop, Seb pitted for a set of Softs.


Third time off the grid, with 13 laps to go, Charles was eighth on the grid with Seb tenth. The Ferraris did not get the best of starts this time, Charles losing two places and Seb dropping down to eleventh. Leclerc soon passed Grosjean and set off after Räikkönen, who had been given a five second penalty for crossing the white line at the pit lane entry. Vettel also got past the Frenchman and crossed the line tenth, behind his team-mate who was classified ahead of Raikkonen, once the penalty was applied.


The Mugello race was the last of the third triple-header of the season. Now the championship has a break of two weeks before the circus assembles again at the Sochi (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/24/sochi) Autodrom from 25 to 27 September for the Russian Grand Prix.


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): "I had a great start, making my way to P3. Unfortunately, we didn't have the pace we needed to keep this position and finished in 8th place. I tried to fight as much as I could, but it just wasn't enough today. Lots of things happened in the race, but one thing hasn't changed, which is that we have to work hard to improve our performance.


"The race itself was quite fun. I was happy every time there was a standing start because it was an opportunity for us to try and fight for positions.


"The car was quite difficult to drive, especially on the Hard tyres. Towards the end it became a bit better on the Softs, but overall, it's very tough at the moment, so we need to keep our heads up and stay motivated. It's very important to keep this in mind in times like these. Hopefully we will see better times coming soon."


Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "The start was not the best, but then I had a good run into Turn 1 staying on the inside, out of trouble. Then when I came round Turn 2, I saw that the McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) had spun, but I couldn't avoid making contact.


"Luckily, with the Safety Car deployed we could change the wing and rejoin the field. I would have loved to capitalise a little bit more on other people's mistakes, but at least we were quite lucky to generally stay out of trouble. The positive thing is that we were able to finish in the points, but of course we can't be happy with our position."


Mattia Binotto, Team Principal: "A very disappointing result brings to an end an historic weekend for Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) at our home track, Mugello, with our one thousandth Formula 1 Grand Prix.


"While yesterday, at least with Charles we managed to get a result in line with our expectations, today we didn't have the pace to allow our drivers to fight with their nearest rivals, suffering especially with tyre degradation.


"Both Charles and Sebastian did the best they could, given the performance level of the car. We are working hard to try and correct its basic faults, but it's not something that can be done in a short space of time, nor with a few updates. That doesn't mean we won't be bringing new solutions between now and the end of the season, but we have to be realistic with ourselves and with our fans."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:26
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - Red BullAlex Albon: "I'm really happy and it took a while to get here! It's something I've always wanted and one way or another we haven't been able to get it so to be there today is pretty special. It's really nice to give the Team something back after they've supported me since day one and show them what I can do. It was a tough race and definitely not one of the easy ones. This track is brutal, especially the high speed corners in sector two, and with so many re-starts to manage we had our work cut out. We struggled to get off the line so I knew I had to be aggressive to get all the overtakes done but we had a really good car and we know it's good on the brakes so we used that to our advantage. When we lost two positions on the final re-start, I was fired up as I wasn't going to let the opportunity of a podium go by so I pushed hard to get third and I'm over the moon with today's result."



Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "I am of course very disappointed as I know this could have been a really good race for us. I had a good launch at the start of the race and went around Lewis but then the car just didn't accelerate so I lost a lot of speed and had no power. I then dropped back into the midfield and got hit from behind. When you drop into the middle of the pack in the first few corners like that it's quite easy to get involved in a crash so I'm not disappointed about that, we shouldn't have been in that position in the first place. There isn't much more to say but it is just really disappointing for the Team that we had to retire again, especially when we looked so competitive but it is of course good to see Alex maximize the result and get on the podium."


Christian Horner: "A bittersweet day but it's fantastic to see Alex take his first F1 podium. He's done a great job all weekend and he had to pass some tough competitors to fight his way back through the field after a couple of difficult starts. All credit to him because he hasn't let the negativity or external criticism get him down, he's picked himself up and put in a first class performance. I think this podium will give him a boost of confidence and self-belief and I'm sure he will only get stronger from here. Unfortunately, Max was unable to show us what he had today after such a promising qualifying and positive feeling ahead of the race. He did the hard bit with a great initial launch and was alongside Lewis, but then he experienced a loss of power which caused him to drop into the middle of the pack where he was hit from behind, ending his race in the gravel. It is enormously disappointing for him because he was really up for it today and you could see we had a good overall package. The issue is being looked into by Honda and the Team in order to ensure this does not happen again."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:28
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - McLarenCarlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): "Well, first of all I'm glad everyone is okay after such a dangerous accident. That's the main thing. We really need to look into what happened and figure out what triggered the whole situation to make sure it never happens again. It's not the first time these restarts have got dangerous when you're at the mid-to-back of the field, and something needs to be done.



"On the positive side, I got a good start. It was a day to take risks and try to go forward at the start because the pace all weekend hasn't been great. Unfortunately, I had slight contact with a Racing Point (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/14/racing-point), fighting for P5 into Turn Three, which sent me into a spin. We still had the whole race ahead of us and from P15 at the restart I could've fought into the points.

Unfortunately, we never got to race again this afternoon.


"Last but not least, I want to thank the mechanics and the entire team for all their effort and hard work after doing nine races in eleven weekends. We keep going."


Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "I'm happy with today. It was a long race from the start to the finish with the two red flags, but I don't think we could've asked for much more. I think we capitalised on other people's mistakes but didn't really have the pace to do a lot more.


"Everyone that finished ahead qualified ahead and was much quicker, so I'm happy with how we performed. The car was still very tricky to drive, so I struggled with some confidence. We've got a bit to work on for next time, but I think from my side it couldn't have been a much better race.


"Finally, thanks to the team for their hard work over this opening stint of races. It hasn't been easy for the team at track or the guys and girls back at the factory, but their support has been incredible."


Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "First, the most important thing today is that Carlos and all the guys involved in crashes are okay. After that, wow - a race of three... halves! After a great start, Carlos was unfortunate to spin in traffic and then was the victim of chaos at the Safety Car restart. A frustrating day for him. Lando had a good day: he kept cool all the way through a long and challenging afternoon. He and the team performed very well throughout.


"We really struggled with performance this weekend, when compared to our main rivals in the Constructors' Championship, but we're very happy with the final outcome of today's race, bringing home eight important points. Nine races in 11 weeks has been the most intense schedule F1 has ever organised, and our team - both here at the track and everyone back home in the factory - has risen to the challenge magnificently. We'll travel home now and try to give everyone a bit of rest before looking forward to a more normal schedule in the next few weeks."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:30
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - RenaultRenault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault) DP World F1 Team's Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) finished just shy of the podium after a thrilling, incident-filled Pirelli Tuscan Grand Prix, which featured multiple safety cars and two red flag stoppages. Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) retired from the race with a brake issue.



Daniel took the chequered flag just 2.3seconds away from third place after a pulsating 59-lap race in Italy, which ran just short of two and a half hours with a flurry of incidents meaning the race had to restart twice.


Both drivers had made strong and, importantly, clean starts with Daniel holding sixth and Esteban tenth at the end of the first lap. An initial Safety Car period led to a frantic restart with both drivers again staying free from trouble after a multi-car collision, which subsequently led to the first red flag.


Esteban's car was identified to have a brake issue and was retired prior to the grid format restart with Daniel continuing his way up the order. A smart and well-executed 2.7second pit-stop for Mediums on lap 27 hoisted Daniel into third place as the race headed for an intriguing finale with a handful of cars sniffing for the final podium spot.


But a second Safety Car, which was upgraded to a red flag, meant the field was once again bunched together for the grid restart. Daniel, on Softs, was the quickest car to 200km/h, and that lightning start put him into second place.


Despite a heroic effort, the Australian couldn't hold on, relinquishing second place a lap later and third with nine laps to go, crossing the line in fourth for the third time this season.


Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "I'm really happy with today's race and we're so close to the podium again. It was a long day, a long race with the stoppages and incidents, but the main thing is that all the drivers are okay. It looked like we were on for third towards the end of the race, so it's a shame to come so close. We can't get any closer than that and we'll keep pushing. Our starts were good, we got Valtteri , but he and Alex [Albon] were just too quick to hold on. It hurts not to be on the podium after that, but fourth is still a big result today."

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Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "We had a brake overheating issue, which is why we had to retire today. Under the Safety Car, the rear brakes were on fire, which caused damage to the rear of the car and the brake line and we couldn't put the car back together during the red flag. We were in a good position at the start, but I had to go around, Carlos [Sainz] and I lost a couple of positions there. I felt we had the pace for solid points. It looked a cool race to be in with lots going on. It's getting pretty crazy this year, which is interesting and there are more opportunities for big results."


Cyril Abiteboul, Team Principal: "After a rollercoaster of emotions since Friday, it's good to be disappointed with fourth! We have believed in that podium for a while and the team probably deserved it, but Alex Albon had better pace at the last restart with the Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull). It was a very eventful race, but I believe we did all the right things. Daniel drove a great race to finish where he did. The only regret is that we had only one car in this brilliant race as Esteban had to retire due to a brake overheating problem; the root cause of which will have to be investigated. The main takeaway from this weekend is that we should never take anything for granted. We came here expecting a very difficult weekend with track characteristics that usually do not suit our car, but we still managed to make it work. It's another indication that we can extract more while the factories develop future improvements. It's also been a fantastic first event at Mugello, a great track for the drivers and their machines!"

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:31
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - AlphaTauriDaniil Kvyat (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/32/daniil-kvyat): "It was a very difficult race today, both physically and mentally, so I think we can quite proudly say as a team we didn't make any mistakes, which is great. It was important for us to get some good points, so I'm happy with the result and I'm pleased with my driving. The team did a great job in difficult circumstances during the two red flags, and our strategy calls today were the right choices. There was a lot of mess behind us, but in front it was quite stable, so P7 was a very good result and we took some more points to close the gap in the championship."



Pierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "It's a shame to finish the race just after the first corner. It was quite messy coming into Turn 1 with so many cars side by side. I saw some space between Kimi and Romain in Turn 2, I ended up in the middle and had nowhere to go, so we collided and that was pretty much it. I don't think there is anyone to blame, but it's a shame as I feel like we missed an opportunity for points today. We showed good pace all weekend and, even if we didn't have a great qualifying, I was confident we could recover today. Obviously, I would have liked to have been out there with the guys and fight for points, but I think we need to take the positives here because the performance so far has been good, so we need to carry this to Sochi (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/24/sochi)."


Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "An eventful race! Pierre was caught up in the opening lap incident, which unfortunately put him out of the race before it had a chance to get going for him. It's a shame as, although he qualified out of position, he would have likely moved forward in the race, potentially into a points-scoring position. Daniil avoided the fuss at the start and then got his head down and settled into the race, focusing on managing his tyres and pushing when required, keeping himself in position and in contention for points all race. The team and driver navigated the two red flags well and were deservedly rewarded with some good points today."


Franz Tost (Team Principal): "It was a very exciting race with a lot of entertainment, which is what the fans like so they must be happy today. Two red flags are very rare in Formula 1 and, unfortunately, we were involved in the first of the incidents, when Pierre was caught in a sandwich between Grosjean and Raikkonen. Because of this, the car was quite heavily damaged, and he wasn't able to continue. However, Pierre was OK after the crash, and that's the most important thing. Following the victory in Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), luck wasn't on Pierre's side this weekend in Mugello, neither in qualifying nor the race. We know how good Pierre is, and I'm convinced at the next race in Russia he will start from zero and bounce back. Daniil did a very good job today, he managed to avoid the chaos at the first start and ended the first lap in ninth position before the first red flag. He had another good start and moved up into P7, which is where he finished the race. It was a very good drive from him, showing a fantastic performance. Our original strategy for Daniil was a one-stop starting on the Prime tyre, then moving to the Option but due to the red flags, we decided to change it and sent him out on the Option tyre after each restart, which helped us improve the performance of the car. We added a few more points to our tally and we'll try to continue doing so in Russia."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:33
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - Racing PointSergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "I think we did really well to maximise the situation to get to P5 considering how crazy the race was, and it's good points for the Constructors' and Drivers' Championships. I'm also relieved to hear that Lance is OK after his big crash. The key to our race was keeping our focus and staying calm in all the incidents and red flags, which we managed to do. I think the podium was a possibility for us today, but we just didn't quite have the pace or the balance to make it into the fight for the podium. It was tough to come to a new race circuit and adapt quickly, but I think we did well to fight inside the top five this weekend. We also saw today that the upgrade Lance ran was promising throughout the weekend, so I'm looking forward to trying it out for myself in the coming races."



Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "First of all, I'm OK after what was a big impact. We're still investigating the cause of the crash. It all happened so quickly, but it felt like a puncture. We need to go away and look at the data and fully confirm the reasons for it. There were some really strong points on the table and we were closing on Ricciardo for the final podium place before the accident, and it was all set up for an exciting finale. I'm pleased with how the upgraded package performed this weekend, and it gives us a good platform for the coming races. We were able to make a good start to the race and get a good launch in the restart to keep out of trouble until late on. It was an unfortunate result and sometimes that's how the cookie crumbles, but I'll take the positives!"


Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "A challenging day for the team on many fronts with two race stoppages, including a big accident for Lance caused by what looks like a puncture. It was very bad luck because Lance was fighting for the podium all afternoon. He was running in fourth place and the failure happened just as we asked him to push up and overtake Ricciardo for third. Fortunately, he is ok after a significant impact with the tyre barrier at turn nine. As for Checo, he raced well, but we couldn't quite match the race pace of Albon and Ricciardo in the end. So we leave Mugello with ten more points and having closed slightly on third place in the Constructors' Championship. A day of mixed fortunes in every sense as we cross the mid-way point in the season. After three triple-headers in a row, I have to say a huge well done to the team for their efforts in such a condensed period. We will aim to be even more competitive in the second half of the season and there were promising signs from the upgrade package, so we're looking forward to the rest of the campaign."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:34
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - Alfa RomeoIt looked a bit like a movie you had seen before. A lot of promise taken away in a few, cruel corners, the dream of a positive afternoon shattered in a shower of carbon fibre shards; an absurd crash extinguishing the remaining hopes before you had even got started.



And yet, despite the early setbacks, we persevered. What some circumstances took away, others gave back - a red flag erasing a big gap here, a great restart pushing us back up the rankings after losing so much ground in the opening shenanigans there - and in the end, we reached this afternoon's promised land to celebrate Kimi's first points of the season.


It was a race so eventful it's almost difficult to recall everything that happened. Kimi was an unwilling and innocent part of the opening lap crash that brought out a Safety Car, the resulting damage inflicting a lot of pain to his C39's performance. At the restart, Antonio collided with Magnussen as the field expanded and bunched up like a concertina on Mugello's long finish straight, the crash suspending the race - the second red flag in as many weeks.


The crew worked on Kimi's car in the break, trying to rebalance it to account for the missing chunks: it did a measure of good, but it still remained a handful for the rest of the race and it took all of Kimi's talent to keep churning out good laps. When a good result was on the cards, a technical issue during the pit stop pushed the remaining Alfa Romeo (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/15/alfa-romeo) Racing ORLEN back to the bottom of the pile, a yawning gap that was thankfully erased by the second red flag of the day.

In the remaining 13 laps, with a five-second penalty hanging on Kimi's head like a sword of Damocles, the Finn had to deliver an excellent start, jumping three places into P8, and a series of flawless laps to open up a gap big enough not to fall out of the points. He did it - in style, crossing the line ahead of both Ferraris on the road and still bringing home two golden points after the extra time was added.


It wasn't an easy weekend, but the reward is there to see. It wasn't an easy weekend, but the ones ending with a good result seldom are.


Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "A very good result to get back in the points, although there still is the feeling we could have achieved more with a cleaner race. It was a very tough afternoon in which many things didn't go in our favour, and to bring home a top ten finish shows the strength and resilience of this team. To see a big chunk of floor and a front wing come off Kimi's car before the first lap was over and to lose Antonio from the race at the restart were big blows, but we dug deep and did all we could to turn the weekend around. The very eventful race, and the fact that Kimi was forced to drive a damaged car for the whole race, mean our progress was somewhat masked, but to be able to open a gap to our rivals big enough to almost nullify the penalty we suffered in the closing stages shows how much of a step forward we have made. We are definitely going in the right direction and we can take a lot of motivation from today's result."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "It was definitely not the smoothest of races but we finally managed to bring home some points, so we can be pleased about that. My race started pretty badly, I am not sure what exactly happened at turn two but I was hit and suffered a lot of damage. Probably whoever hit me didn't expect the pack to slow as much as we did, but in any case the crash took away part of my floor and my front wing. The damage made the handling of the car really bad and we struggled with the balance: we lost a lot of downforce but in the end we were still able to push at a decent pace. I had a slow pit stop but thankfully the second red flag got us back in the fight. Then I had a penalty for crossing the pit entry line, which didn't help, but after the second red flag I was still able to do some good laps and in the end only lost one place. It was far from the perfect execution of a race but, despite all the issues, we still brought home two important points. It's still a bit of a shame as we have made some good progress and I think we could have finished even higher with a cleaner afternoon, but hopefully we will carry the performance to the next few events."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It's really frustrating to end a race like this, without having really raced a single lap, although I am happy for the team scoring points. I had made another good start, climbing to P14: I felt at ease in the car and who knows how the race could have gone. There's not much I can say about the crash except that it was a very dangerous situation. Everyone around me was already up at full speed, but suddenly there was [Kevin] Magnussen almost stopped in the middle of the track. [Nicholas] Latifi avoided him but I just didn't have the time - I tried to, but clipped his rear left. Thankfully, nobody got injured but it was a very dangerous crash. With such a long straight, this was always going to be an issue and we have to think on how to avoid this situation happening again in the future."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:36
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - HaasHaas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team driver Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean) finished 12th while Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen) was forced into retirement at the Tuscan Grand Prix, held on Sunday at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello.



Grosjean started 15th on the Pirelli P Zero Yellow medium tires but was caught up in an accident with Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen), Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) and Pierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly) on the opening lap - causing the deployment of the safety car. Grosjean successfully managed to extricate himself from the gravel trap and pitted for repairs, taking on medium tires once more, and held 16th place at the restart. A multi-car pile-up along the start-finish straight eliminated several competitors and forced the suspension of the race on lap 9, with race direction opting to carry out a standing restart on the grid.


Grosjean took the restart from 13th place on Red soft tires before boxing on lap 30 for the White hard compound. A hefty accident for Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll) caused a second suspension to the race on lap 44 and Grosjean resumed 12th on soft rubber. A strong getaway propelled Grosjean up to ninth but he was unable to keep faster cars at bay and met the checkered flag 12th after 59 laps.


Magnussen started 20th on a set of softs and picked his way through the first-lap chaos to elevate himself into 12th position. As the field began to prepare for the restart the concertina effect caused several drivers to check-up along the pit straight. Magnussen was an unfortunate victim of the situation and his VF-20 sustained terminal damage in an accident that also claimed Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz), Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi) and Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi). Magnussen was able to walk away uninjured from the scene.


Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team maintains ninth in the Constructors' Championship with one point.


Romain Grosjean (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/7/romain-grosjean): "It's one of the strengths of Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) - we never give up. I had a big hit at turn two on the first lap. The car was switched off, I was ready to retire, then I saw I had two wheels on the grass so I restarted the engine to see if I could get out of the gravel. I was able to get going and the suspension was ok, so we thought - let's keep going. At the first red flag I saw the state of the car, I didn't know how we were going to keep racing, half of the left-hand side was missing. The guys said to hang in and we did our best. The last restart was fun, I managed to get up the order a bit. But when you're missing about two seconds a lap, which we had calculated in aero damage, there's not much you can do. That said, I'm very happy that we didn't give up. Nobody can take that from us."


Kevin Magnussen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/33/kevin-magnussen): "What seemed to happen at the restart was that the leader was going slow all the way to the line, which he's entitled to do, but then somewhere in the middle - between me and the front, somebody decided to go. I guess somebody maybe tried to open a gap to get some momentum, but they went too early and tried to stop again. The guy in front of me started to go, we were flat out for a few seconds, then suddenly they all braked. I braked, I saw people coming past, then I was hit by Giovinazzi - who had nowhere to go. This is certainly something to take a look at - in terms of whether or not this thing about overtaking until the line is a good idea or not. Maybe it's a good idea to have it somewhere earlier on the straight. We can't have this happen again. I'd got up to P12 from P20 on the first lap, it had been looking good. This is definitely another missed opportunity."


Guenther Steiner: "It was an exciting race again. I think we create a lot of the excitement, but in the wrong way. We're always part of why it gets exciting - which after a while gets old. We ended up in positions where we shouldn't be ending up. When you're on your back foot it normally takes a long time to get out. It was a challenging weekend. After three race weekends in a row, everybody's happy to be going home. My thanks go to all our guys. We've had a lot of controversy over these three weekends, but they've worked hard and kept their heads high. I want to thank them for that. Now we'll see everyone again in Sochi (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/24/sochi) next."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:37
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - WilliamsGeorge Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/68021/drivers/66/george-russell) finished 11th in an action-packed Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello. Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi)'s race came to an unfortunate end early on with the Canadian caught up in a four-car accident on a safety car restart.



George started the race 18th, with Nicholas lining up 19th, both on the medium compound tyre. George took the opportunity to change onto a new set of the medium compound tyres during the first red flag period. He then pitted on lap 29 for the hard tyre, before making a final stop for the soft compound on lap 43 of the race.


Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: At the end of an incident packed race we are disappointed not to have finished in the points. We anticipated a complicated race and had prepared accordingly, but we couldn't quite take full advantage.


Both cars started well and made good progress on the opening lap, running 11th and 13th when the first safety car was deployed. At the subsequent restart, Nicholas was very unlucky to get hit by the cars behind as the pack concertinaed approaching the control line. With George, we made good tyre and strategy decisions throughout the race to get him to ninth place at the second safety car, and in a position to race Leclerc for eighth. Frustratingly the subsequent red flag lost us track position and allowed Grosjean and Raikkonen to un-lap themselves. We had a poor final stint, losing places at the restart and then struggling to overtake Vettel.


Overall, we did a good job this weekend and worked very hard to deservedly get ourselves into a strong position in the race. We now need to refine the small details to elevate our race performance from very good to excellent.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/68021/drivers/66/george-russell): It's such a shame as the race was under control, and I was in P9 before the last red flag. I was driving like hell, everything was stable, the tyres were good, and I was ready to bring the car home. With the last restart, we had some wheel spin and this made the final stint very diffciult. I am disappointed for myself and the team as I feel like we deserved that. Under normal circumstances with the great initial start we had, we would have been in the points.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): For the restarts at this track, we knew that the leader was going to go as late as possible because of how far forward the line is along with the slip stream effect. When you are in the middle to the back of the pack, the concertina effect is always much more exaggerated especially as these cars are so fast. I almost hit Kevin (Magnussen) in the apex of the last corner when everyone braked again, and then again it seemed that everyone went, and you are just reacting to the cars around you. The cars ahead then braked once more and there was nothing that I could do to avoid it. It is unfortunate because we avoided the chaos at the start and picked up quite a few positions. I was excited to see how the race was going to unfold, but that is racing sometimes.

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:38
Tuscan GP: Race team notes - PirelliAn exciting and action-packed Tuscan Grand Prix was characterised by two red flags and multiple safety car periods, meaning that teams had to react very quickly to rapidly changing circumstances, adapting their strategies to unfolding events and the tyres they had available.



Under the red flag regulations, teams are allowed to change tyres and make certain repairs to their cars. Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) dominated the race, with both Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton) and Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas) leading at different points. They followed exactly the same strategy throughout the race, using all three compounds.


Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull)'s Alex Albon scored his debut podium, ahead of Renault (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/13/renault)'s Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo) - who had gained crucial track position by strategically undercutting his key rivals earlier in the race. Ricciardo was voted driver of the day, while Williams (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/11/williams) driver George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/68017/drivers/66/george-russell) claimed his best-ever race finish in 11th.


Only 12 drivers were classified at the finish of the Pirelli-sponsored Tuscan Grand Prix, which celebrated 1000 races for Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari).


Mario Isola: "The inaugural Mugello Grand Prix is one that people will remember for a very long time, with three starts in total, the same number of safety cars, all the tyres used, and exciting action from start to finish. On a track that was extremely demanding on tyres, run in hot conditions, Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) dominated from start to finish, but the strategies were clearly influenced by the extraordinary turn of events. The high number of accidents also left a lot of carbon fibre debris on the track. Managing the re-starts was crucial, as well as taking care of the tyres throughout a very long afternoon. All drivers did a fantastic job under immense pressure, delivering an unpredictably thrilling spectacle in Italy for the second weekend in a row."

llumia
14/09/2020, 00:38
Rueda de prensa (Domingo):

https://www.pitpass.com/68028/Tuscan-GP-Post-Race-press-conference

yorch
14/09/2020, 06:22
Pues yo lo he visto claro y meridiano, el primer accidente es el típico de montonera en primera curva con pista estrecha, un sandwich en que el del medio solo puede deaparecer por ...teletransportación, sccotty.:facepalm:...
.

Si, de este ya me ha quedado mas claro. El triple sandwich que se lleva a Verstappen por delante y Angry Max se cabrea, porque el nunca la ha liado.


:nono1: Ale, todos castigados.

Pues yo sigo como Yorch, sin tener claro quién ha sido el culpable. Supongo que por eso han decidido tirar de las orejas a todos y asunto arreglado, aunque como bien dice McH el culpable principal ha sido el coche de seguridad, o la norma por la que se rige.

En Sky, Davidson ha comentado algo interesante y es que cuando hay coche de seguridad, la carrera se suele relanzar en una curva mientras que aquí ha sido en plena recta y encima una recta larga. La inexperiencia en este tipo de relanzamiento puede haber sido un factor. La verdad es que yo nunca me he fijado en si se relanza en curva o en recta.

Efectivamente yo pensaba parecido segun lo veia en plan "pero ¿como está tardando tanto en acelerar si tiene que haber pasado ya la zona de aceleración???"... Ha sido un caos total, tendrian que meterles a todos una clase recordatoria. En la Indycar tienen esto mucho mas aprendido, alli son expertos en relanzadas.

GoVal
14/09/2020, 15:47
En el siguiente enlace tenéis un vídeo comparando onboards del accidente. Yo me he mareado más que aclararme. :roto2rie: :cunaooooo: Espero que a vosotros os aclare algo más que a mi.



https://twitter.com/motorsport_geek/status/1305414732157825026?s=20

llumia
14/09/2020, 17:35
Crónica M. Hughes:

https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/articles/single-seaters/f1/mph-the-tuscan-gp-that-nobody-saw-coming

llumia
14/09/2020, 17:43
El "minuto a minuto":

FP1/FP2:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/53367226
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live/2938194/f1-tuscan-gp-live-updates---friday-practice

FP3/Qualy:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/53367228
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live/2938195/f1-tuscan-gp-live-updates---final-practice-and-qualifying

Race:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/53367230
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live/2938196/f1-tuscan-gp-live-updates---race-day

llumia
14/09/2020, 17:52
Galerías nextgen-auto:

Viernes: https://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/fr/formule-1/photos/photos-gp-de-toscane-2020-vendredi,152414.html

Sábado: https://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/fr/formule-1/photos/photos-gp-de-toscane-2020-samedi,152491.html

Domingo: https://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/fr/formule-1/photos/photos-gp-de-toscane-2020-avant-course,152561.html

https://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/fr/formule-1/photos/photos-gp-de-toscane-2020-course,152562.html

llumia
14/09/2020, 17:54
Galerías de fotos (AMuS):

Sábado: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/toskana-grand-prix-2020-bilder-samstag-qualifikation/

Domingo: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/toskana-grand-prix-2020-bilder-rennen/

GoVal
14/09/2020, 22:15
A bordo del F2004 pilotado por Mick Schumacher en Mugello. Qué pena haber perdido este sonido. :triste2:



https://twitter.com/F1/status/1305597939616710657?s=20

GoVal
14/09/2020, 22:20
La interpretación del himno italiano por parte de Andrea Bocelli.



https://twitter.com/LeoF1_/status/1305513294560665604?s=20

McHouserphy
15/09/2020, 00:32
Por Fiiiiinnnnnn esta tarde han terminado de poner todos los pdf en la web de la FIA... :cabreo:, aunque me ha cosatado un Potosí el aclararme con los pit stops y los tiempos reales de sus vuentas sin el parón de las banderas rojas :bokmal:, imprescindibles no para estas tablas, sino para las de las gráficas de mañana:glassesf:, aunque para estas si que han venido bien los datos de las velocidades, cosa que no han arreglado hasta pasadas las 18h de hoy. :ouch::cabreo:


Los números del G.P de la Toscana 2020:

https://imgur.com/Kq8sMBQ.png

https://imgur.com/1P1jpUg.png

https://imgur.com/xLoaNrs.png

https://imgur.com/SFkXnFs.png

https://imgur.com/uKKPQ9s.png

https://imgur.com/qZP5tuJ.png

https://imgur.com/03Kuy2m.png

https://imgur.com/S89omYY.png

https://imgur.com/aoIXfVC.png

https://imgur.com/gmJb4CW.png

https://imgur.com/vn4iXCX.png

https://imgur.com/fCaBoVo.png

https://imgur.com/ohvvlj7.png

https://imgur.com/09buHEi.png

https://imgur.com/Ld17csU.png

https://imgur.com/TfNCWAF.png

McHouserphy
15/09/2020, 00:32
2020 TOSCANA - PDFs (https://mega.nz/#!H8EAyQzA!x3aUpTxhaRqWS18MuwskrjFnt-Pgy2ES_UJ6UVVWWVE)


Seguimos porrocesando ... :putersmile1:...

llumia
15/09/2020, 01:10
Espectacular curro McH :number_one::number_one::7adorar-abuchear::7adorar-abuchear::gracias: :abrazo: :flowers:

deivison
15/09/2020, 05:29
GP da Toscana – Classificação do SábadoO GP de Toscana será lembrada como uma das corridas mais tumultuadas dos últimos anos. Se tivemos um sábado de classificação tranquilo, o domingo foi caótico demais. 7 dos 8 abandonos foram por acidente, 2 bandeiras vermelhas e 3 largadas. Lewis Hamilton conquistou sua 90ªVitória na carreira e a 6ª na temporada. O inglês esta a 1 vitória do recorde que é de Michael Schumacher.
A se destacar, tivemos 3 mil pessoas indo a Toscana para acompanhar o GP de Mugello, respeitando todos os protocolos de segurança. E a situação na Itália é bem melhor do que os terríveis meses de Março, Abril e Maio.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanasab2020-36-1024x683.jpg

Na classificação do Sábado, os pilotos da equipe Williams foram os primeiros a entrarem na pista a fim de buscarem a classificação ao Q2, que seria bem difícil. Por incrível que pareça, Latifi foi 1 décimo melhor que Russell na sua primeira volta. Esses tempos foram facilmente batidos. Primeiro, pelo Canadense Lance Stroll com 1:16.701. Um tempo bastante rápido e que já garantia possivelmente vaia no Q2.
Porém, Os carros da Mercedes vieram e colocaram ordem na casa. Bottas foi 29 milésimos mais rápido que Hamilton e passou a liderar a 1ªfase. Verstappen em 3º, já vinha 586 milésimos acima de Bottas. Já na Ferrari, enquanto Vettel sofria muito, Leclerc conseguia levar a sua Ferrari tranquilamente entre os 10 primeiros colocados.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanasab2020-18-1024x683.jpg

A 6 minutos e 40 segundos do final do Q1, Latifi faz uma belíssima volta e coloca a Williams para a 13ªposição. O Canadense poderia superar pela primeira vez a George Russell na temporada. Vettel e Norris estavam atrás do piloto da Williams. Gasly, Raikkonen, Russell, Grosjean e Magnussen estava fora do Q2. Bottas, Hamilton, Verstappen, Stroll, Perez, Albon, Leclerc, Kvyat, Sainz jr. e Riccardo eram os 10 primeiros colocados.
Perez foi para a pista antes de todo mundo e acabou subindo da 5ª para a 4ªposição. A 3 minutos do final, todos estavam na pista. George Russell tentou usar toda a pista para entrar nos 15 primeiros, porém, usou até um pouco da brita. Apesar da melhora de tempo ficou bem longe de passar para o Q2. Seu tempo, que rendia o 12ºlugar naquele momento foi superado por vários pilotos.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanasab2020-49-1024x603.jpg

No final, Norris e Vettel tiveram um drama para entrarem no Q2, mas no final conseguiram, O piloto da Ferrari ficou no 15ºlugar e ficou com a última vaga para a fase seguinte. Sobrou para Pierre Gasly, o francês que venceu o GP da Itália teria que amargar a 16ªposição no Grid de largada. Foram eliminados para o Q2: Antonio Giovinazzi, George Russell, Nicholas Latifi e Kevin Magnussen.
Resultado do Q1:


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo


1
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.749


2
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.778


3
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:16.335


4
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:16.527


5
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.596


6
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:16.698


7
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.701


8
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.825


9
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.895


10
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:16.928


11
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.981


12
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.993


13
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:17.059


14
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.069


15
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:17.072


16
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:17.125


17
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:17.220


18
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:17.232


19
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:17.320


20
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.348


No Q2 começou e Bottas e Hamilton foram os primeiros a entrarem na pista, depois, todos os outros pilotos foram para a pista. Era evidente que os dois pilotos da Mercedes iriam ser os mais rápidos e foi isso que aconteceu. A menos de 11 minutos do final, Hamilton fez 1:15.309, Bottas fez 1:15.322. Já Verstappen chegou perto dos dois, marcando 1:15.471 e ficando na terceira posição.
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Alexander Albon, criticado pelas atuações abaixo do esperado, marcou o 4ºtempo, Daniel Ricciardo da Renault e Lance Stroll da Racing Point vinham logo a seguir. Completando os 10 primeiros estavam Charles Leclerc, Esteban Ocon, Sergio Perez e Lando Norris. Logo depois, Daniil Kvyat e Carlos Sainz jr. vinham empatados com 1:16.854, a vantagem era do piloto russo sobre o piloto espanhol por ter feito a volta primeiro. Vettel, Grosjean e Raikkonen eram os outros pilotos que estavam eliminados a menos de 8 minutos do final.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanasab2020-51-1024x683.jpg

3 minutos depois, Leclerc e Vettel foram para a pista, além de Stroll, Perez, Norris e outros pilotos também para a segunda tentativa. Os pilotos não conseguiram melhorar seus tempos, um dos pilotos que melhoraram foram Kimi Raikkonen, marcando 1:16.854. Uma repetição da Classificação do GP da Europa de 1997, com três pilotos marcando o mesmo tempo. No final, Sainz jr. conseguiu tomar a 10ªposição das mãos de Lando Norris, deixando o piloto inglês de fora do Q3. Kvyat da Alpha Tauri, Raikkonen da Alfa Romeo, Sebastian Vettel da Ferrari e Romain Grosjean da Haas. Mais um dia bem ruim para o piloto alemão da Ferrari, a melhor notícia para ele é a assinatura com a equipe Racing Point para a temporada 2021, quando a equipe vai virar Aston Martin.
Resultado do Q2:


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.309


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.322


3
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.471


4
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.914


5
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.243


6
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.297


7
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.271


8
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:16.324


9
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.489


10
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.522


11
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.640


12
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:16.854


13
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:16.854


14
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:16.858


15
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.254


Antes de começar a contagem regressiva de 12 minutos, Lance Stroll já estava ponto para sair dos boxes, assim que o tempo começou, o canadense partiu para a pista, Sainz jr., Hamilton e Bottas foram os próximos a saírem. Os únicos a não saírem nessa primeira parte foram Perez e Ocon.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/toscanasab2020-24-1024x576.jpg

Sainz jr. foi o primeiro a marcar tempo, mas logo foi superado por Stroll com 1:16.356. A 8 minutos e meio do final, Lewis Hamilton marcou a melhor marca, o tempo de 1:15.144 para o britânico, foram 59 milésimos a frente de Valtteri Bottas que fez a segunda melhor marca. Max Verstappen marcou 1:15.546, longe do tempo do piloto Holandês, vinha o tailandês Alexander Albon, na 4ªposição. Lance Stroll, Daniel Ricciardo, Charles Leclerc e Carlos Sainz jr. completavam os 8 primeiros colocados.
O Tempo ideal de volta, Bottas foi o melhor do primeiro setor, Hamilton foi o melhor no segundo setor e Verstappen no terceiro setor. Enquanto os pilotos foram para os boxes, Sergio Perez foi para a sua única volta rápida e acabou marcando uma boa 5ªposição, com 1.1 segundo mais lento do que o pole position.
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A 3 minutos do final, todo mundo voltou para a pista, mas nem Hamilton, nem Verstappen puderam melhorar seus tempos, já Bottas nem conseguiu fazer uma volta, ele acabou atrapalhado pela rodada de Esteban Ocon no primeiro setor. Hamilton conquistou sua 95ªpole da carreira e tem tudo para conquistar a sua 90ªVitória da carreira. O Britânico esta a 2 vitórias do recorde de vitórias de Michael Schumacher. Vai caber a Valtteri Bottas que larga em 2º e até mesmo Max Verstappen que larga em 3ºlugar tentar impedi-lo de chegar na frente.
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Alexander Albon fez um bom treino, vai larga 4ºlugar divide a segunda fila com seu companheiro de equipe. A Se destacar o belíssimo desempenho de Charles Leclerc da Ferrari, na sua última volta, o jovem Monegasco acabou com a 5ªposição, no que no momento da equipe Italiana é praticamente uma pole position. Méritos totais para Leclerc.
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Lance Stroll se beneficiou da punição de Sergio Perez, por ter freado de maneira perigosa em Kimi Raikkonen e acabou ganhando a 6ªposição do piloto mexicano. Na 4ªFila, além do mexicano vai largar o Australiano Daniel Ricciardo com sua Renault. Carlos Sainz jr. com a Mclaren e Esteban Ocon com a Renault completa os 10 primeiros colocados.


Grid de Largada:


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo
nºvoltas


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.144
14


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:15.203
11


3
33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.509
12


4
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:15.954
14


5
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:16.270
18


6
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.356
16


7
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:16.311
14


8
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.543
14


9
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:17.870
17


10
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
Sem Tempo/Q3
14


11
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:16.640
12


12
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:16.854
11


13
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:16.854
12


14
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:16.858
12


15
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.254
12


16
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:17.125
6


17
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:17.220
6


18
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:17.232
9


19
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:17.320
9


20
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:17.348
6


Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Ferrari/Red Bull/Mclaren/Renault/Alpha Tauri/Racing Point/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/gp-da-toscana-classificacao-do-sabado/

deivison
15/09/2020, 05:31
GP da Toscana – Hamilton chega a sua 90ªVitória da carreira em corrida caóticaDepois de uma classificação normal do sábado, nós vamos para o caos da corrida do domingo, um verdadeiro caos, principalmente na primeiras voltas das 59 voltas previstas no domingo de tarde na Toscana.
Na largada, Valtteri Bottas larga melhor que Hamilton e vai para a ponta, Verstappen que poderia tirar posição do Hamilton, acabou caindo várias e várias posições, Quando Verstappen vinha na 12ªposição, O Holandês é tocado pelo Kimi Raikkonen e acaba rodando e indo para a brita…
… mas isso não é a única ocorrência que aconteceria, Pierre Gasly ficou totalmente encaixotado e espremido por Kimi Raikkonen e Romain Grosjean. O piloto da Alpha Tauri foi para o muro e o piloto da Haas escapou e chegou a bater, mas o danado do francês voltou a corrida. Entre as curvas 3 e 4, Carlos Sainz jr. roda e Sebastian Vettel acaba tocando no piloto espanhol, quebrando a sua asa dianteira.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-15-1024x683.jpg

Depois de tudo isso, o Safety Car entrou na pista. O incidente do Verstappen na largada eu tenho certeza que foi por causa de problemas de potência, já que sua equipe trabalhou já no grid para tentar resolver um problema eletrônico no motor Honda. Certamente isso afetou os 30 segundos de corrida do piloto Holandês. Raikkonen e Vettel tiveram que parar nos boxes para repararem danos nos seus carros e caíram lá para trás.
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Depois de 6 voltas, a corrida iria recomeçar, mas um problema sério aconteceu. Bottas vinha aquecendo seus pneus, e fazia isso até chegar perto da largada. Só quando chega a uns 100 metros da linha de largada é que os pilotos são autorizados a acelerarem. Isso gera um problema na relargada. Kevin Magnussen freia demais e acabou Carlos Sainz jr., Antonio Giovinazzi e Nicholas Latifi não conseguindo evitar o acidente. Os 4 pilotos acabaram abandonando e por causa desse acidente acabou a prova sendo interrompida. Em 8 voltas, já tinha 2 acidentes, 6 abandonos e poucos segundos de corrida.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-18-1024x682.jpg

Forma mais de 30 minutos para tudo ficar pronto para a segunda largada. Nessa segunda largada, Bottas largaria na pole, com Verstappen em 2º, Leclerc em 3º e depois Albon, Stroll, Ricciardo, Stroll, Norris, Kvyat, Russell, Raikkonen, Vettel e Grosjean. Esteban Ocon não voltou para a pista, abandonou por problemas os freios.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-32-1024x683.jpg

Na 2ªLargada, Bottas largou bem, mas Hamilton fez uma largada impressionante, ultrapassou por fora o piloto Finlandês e passou para a liderança. Leclerc largou bem e se segurou em 3º. Devo dizer, que Hamilton aqueceu demais os freios e isso ajudou o líder do campeonato a arrancar melhor. Stroll, Perez e Ricciardo superaram Albon. O piloto tailandês caiu da 4ª para a 7ªposição. Norris, Kvyat e Raikkonen completava as 10 primeiras posições.
Leclerc começaria a sofrer com as deficiências da sua Ferrari, Logo ele começa a ser pressionado pelo Lance Stroll, com muito mais carro que o carro do piloto Monegasco. Enquanto que Hamilton e Bottas estavam disparando na frente. Daniel Ricciardo foi para cima de Sergio Perez, o piloto Australiano num ótimo momento acabou superando o mexicano (que vive em um momento de baixa) e ganhando a 5ªposição.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-34-1024x683.jpg

Enquanto isso, Leclerc resistia aos ataques de Stroll, mas isso não duraria para sempre. Na volta 18, Stroll passa para a 3ªposição, superando o piloto da Ferrari por fora. Nas próximas voltas, o monegasco foi superado por Ricciardo (na 19ªVolta), por Albon (na 20ªVolta) e por Perez (na 21ªVolta). Em poucas voltas, Leclerc perdeu 4 posições em 4 voltas. Na volta 22ª Leclerc foi para os boxes colocar os pneus duros, não iria ser fácil ficar 38 voltas com o mesmo pneu, mesmo com os pneus mais duros disponíveis.
Lá na frente, Hamilton vinha na frente, mas Bottas vinha se aproximando, querendo uma briga pela liderança da corrida. Os dois vinha 13 segundos a frente de Lance Stroll, Daniel Ricciardo começava a se aproximar do piloto da Racing Point. Albon vinha em 5º, também querendo se aproximar de uma disputa pelo pódio.
Na 28ªVolta, Norris supera Perez e ganha a 6ªposição, enquanto que Ricciardo realiza a sua parada nos boxes, assim como Kimi Raikkonen. Na 30ªVolta, Norris, Kvyat e Russell pararam e colocaram novos pneus.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-16-1024x683.jpg

Valtteri Bottas teve desgaste excessivo de seus pneus, consequência disso é que Hamilton aumentou sua vantagem para 8 segundos, A Mercedes não teve dúvida em atender o pedido para o finlandês ir para os boxes na 32ªVolta, Mais uma vez a equipe Alemão faz um trabalho excelente e devolve o piloto na 3ªposição, Atrás de Alexander Albon que acabou parando na volta seguinte, Assim como Hamilton o fez. Dessa forma, a classificação em Mugello voltou a ser Hamilton e Bottas. A novidade era Daniel Ricciardo na terceira posição, em busca do seu primeiro pódio na equipe francesa. Porém, Lance Stroll e Alexander Albon vinham próximo do piloto da Renault.
Enquanto isso, na 35ªVolta, Raikkonen superou Grosjean, subindo para a 12ªposição, Bottas fazia volta mais rápida em cima de volta mais rápida, fazendo a diferença cair para 6.5 segundos. Porém, Lewis continuava seguro na liderança.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-22.jpg

Leclerc, pressionado por Danill Kyvat acabou indo para os boxes pela 2ªvez na volta 38, o piloto da Ferrari voltou na 11ªVolta. Duas voltas depois, Albon faz a volta mais rápida da prova e se aproxima de Lance Stroll que vinha próximo de Daniel Ricciardo. Com o pódio encaminhado para Hamilton e Bottas, Riccardo, Stroll e Albon disputava o último lugar no pódio.
Na 43ªVolta, Lance Stroll escapou e acabou indo para o muro, o Safety Car entrou na pista, Todo mundo aproveitou para ir aos boxes fazer uma nova parada. Alguns minutos depois, por ter danificado a barreira de proteção de pneus a bandeira vermelha foi acionada. Lance Stroll estava bem e não sofreu nada de mais grave.
Foram mais 20 minutos de paralização pelo menos até que a pista fosse liberada para uma terceira largada para as últimas 13 voltas. Raikkonen e Grosjean foram para a pista um pouco antes para recuperar a volta perdida.
Nessa terceira largada, Hamilton largou bem e manteve a liderança, Ricciardo teve a melhor largada e superou Bottas que não largou tão bem assim. Depois vinham Albon, Perez, Norris e Kvyat. Raikkonen foi punido em 5 segundos por ter entrado nos boxes de maneira inadequada logo depois do acidente de Lance Stroll.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-43-1024x683.jpg

No começo da 48ªvolta, Bottas supera Ricciardo e volta a ter possibilidades de disputar a vitória. Ricciardo ficou mais para Alexander Albon. Na 51ªVolta, o piloto tailandês superou Ricciardo e passou a ser o terceiro colocado, Naquele momento, o piloto da Red Bull vinha conquistando seu primeiro pódio da carreira.
Nas voltas seguintes, Albon chegou a ameaçar a segunda posição de Bottas, mas o Finlandês reagiu na volta 54 e marcou a volta mais rápida da corrida, além de se afastar do perigo do piloto da Red Bull, passou a se aproximar de Lewis Hamilton.
Na parte final de corrida, George Russell tentava na raça entrar na zona de pontuação, mas era difícil, mesmo com um ruim, a Ferrari de Vettel era melhor que a Williams do próprio Russell.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-28-1024x683.jpg

Após 59 voltas, Lewis Hamilton chegou a 90ªvitória na carreira. Agora Lewis esta a 1 vitória do recorde que pertence a Michael Schumacher. Foi a 6ªVitória na temporada em 9 corridas, se encaminhando para o 7ºtítulo mundial. O finlandês Valtteri Bottas teve uma corrida boa, que passou por altos e baixo, mas conseguiu até com certa folga a 2ªposição e abriu boa vantagem na vice-liderança do campeonato com 135 pontos contra 110 de Max Verstappen.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-27-1024x683.jpg

Alexander Albon conquistou o primeiro pódio da carreira, Numa corrida que não começou bem, mas que o Tailandês foi evoluindo com o decorrer das voltas e acabou no final chegando a 3ªposição. Um resultado que alivia a pressão sobre o piloto da equipe Austriaca. Daniel Ricciardo mais uma vez viu o pódio escapar das suas mãos, o Australiano que chegou a ficar em 3ºlugar acabou ficando em 4ºlugar.
Sergio Perez fez uma corrida apagada, mas levou seu carro até a 5ªposição. Lando Norris teve também uma prova apagada, mas muito mais por causa do carro da Mclaren que não se comportou bem em Mugello, o britânico ficou em 6ºlugar. Daniil Kvyat teve um bom final de semana e levou a Alpha Tauri para uma respeitável 7ªposição.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-36-1024x683.jpg

Charles Leclerc se favoreceu da punição de Kimi Raikkonen e acabou em 8ºlugar. Convenhamos, muito pouco para a Ferrari e muito pouco para o que o monegasco fez nesse final de semana, falta muito carro para a equipe italiana que esta esperando apenas chegar 2021 para poder melhorar o motor e o carro desse ano que é um desastre.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-23-1024x682.jpg

Kimi Raikkonen conquistou seus dois primeiros pontos na temporada com o 9ºlugar. Fechando a zona de pontuação tristemente o Alemão Sebastian Vettel com sua Ferrari, ficando 3 segundos a frente de George Russell, pela terceira vez na temporada, a Williams bateu na trave na zona de pontuação. O piloto inglês ficou em 11ºlugar, na frente de Romain Grosjean, que levou o problemático carro da Haas.
No pódio, Lewis Hamilton vestiu a camisa cobrando justiça pela paramédica Breonna Taylor, morta brutalmente por policiais norte-americanos que invadiram o seu apartamento, dando 8 tiros na jovem de 26 anos no dia 13 de Março. Isso segundo o regulamento da FIA se configura como manifestação política e o caso deverá ser investigado pela Federação Internacional de Automobilismo.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/toscanadom2020-39-1024x683.jpg

Agora convenhamos, como é que a Entidade pode fazer isso com piloto que tem como objetivo dar um basta no racismo. Que moral tem a FIA em fazer isso, num esporte que tem sua natureza elitista. Um mundo em que a maioria são brancos, que já é bem difícil achar mulheres, muito mais negros e outras etnias. Acho que a FIA deveria se preocupar em como acabar com o racismo no automobilismo. Deveriam reforçar a campanha contra o racismo.
Caso haja uma punição a Lewis Hamilton só vai reforçar que a campanha da FIA para o fim do racismo é só uma campanha de faxada, que a mentalidade continua a mesma de antes, Elitista e ultrapassada, chegando aos tempos de Bernie Ecclestone, o antigo comandante que um dia elogiou ditadores como Adolf Hitler.
Daqui a 2 semanas teremos o GP da Rússia de Formula 1, 10ªEtapa do Mundial. A etapa que pode fazer Hamilton igualar as 91 vitórias de Michael Schumacher.


Resultado Final da 9ªEtapa do Mundial de Formula 1
GP da Toscana – 59 Voltas


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
2:19:35.060


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
a 4.880s


3
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
a 8.064s


4
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
a 10.417s


5
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
a 15.650s


6
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
a 18.883s


7
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
a 21.756s


8
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
a 28.345s


9
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
a 29.770s


10
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
a 29.983s


11
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
a 32.404s


12
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
a 42.036s



18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
a 17 voltas



31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
a 52 voltas



6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
a 53 voltas



20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
a 54 voltas



99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
a 54 voltas



55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
a 54 voltas



33
Max Verstappen
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
a 59 voltas



10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
a 59 voltas


Melhor Volta de cada piloto – Lewis Hamilton ganha 1 ponto pela melhor volta da corrida


pos

Piloto
Equipe
Chassi
Motor
Tempo
nº da volta


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:18.833
58


2
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W11
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:19.432
53


3
23
Alexander Albon
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
RB16
Honda RA620H
1:20.039
51


4
3
Daniel Ricciardo
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
1:20.426
57


5
11
Sergio Perez
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:20.632
59


6
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
1:21.164
59


7
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
1:21.198
59


8
5
Sebastian Vettel
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:21.202
59


9
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari
SF1000
Ferrari 065
1:21.229
50


10
26
Daniil Kvyat
Scuderia AlphaTauri
AT01
Honda RA620H
1:21.458
51


11
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
1:21.645
58


12
18
Lance Stroll
BWT Racing Point F1 Team
RP20
BWT Mercedes
1:22.068
42


13
8
Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
1:22.263
59


14
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43
Mercedes-AMG F1 M11
2:11.365
6


15
31
Esteban Ocon
Renault DP World F1 Team
R.S.20
Renault E-Tech 20
2:11.793
6


16
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN
C39
Ferrari 065
2:13.809
4


17
20
Kevin Magnussen
Haas F1 Team
VF-20
Ferrari 065
2:13.812
4


18
55
Carlos Sainz
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35
Renault E-Tech 20
2:14.103
5


Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Ferrari/Red Bull/Mclaren/Renault/Alpha Tauri/Racing Point/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/gp-da-toscana-hamilton-chega-a-sua-90avitoria-da-carreira-em-corrida-caotica/

llumia
15/09/2020, 16:13
Momentos más destacados de la carrera:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-Yq1AlIwsc

GoVal
15/09/2020, 17:27
«Porno fotos» del Ferrari de Vettel.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Eh4h9vxWkAAA7e7.jpg:large

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Eh8iW-UWoAAeJTo.jpg:large

GoVal
15/09/2020, 17:38
Como detalle gracioso ese "FORRRRR WHAAAT????" colérico de Kimi cuando le han comunicado la sanción :sisi1:


:gaydude:


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Eh9xUJJVgAIHj8j.jpg:large


:elrisas: :elrisas:

GoVal
15/09/2020, 21:11
El enfado de Maximino por su retidada.



https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1305946361599270913?s=20

GoVal
15/09/2020, 22:13
Grosjean volviendo a la pista tras el accidente en la primera vuelta. Mirad la cara de susto de los comisarios. :roto2rie:



https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1305938518263451648?s=20

GoVal
15/09/2020, 22:14
Parece que algo golpeó el hans de Albon cuando Stroll tuvo su accidente.



https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1305941096615288833?s=20

GoVal
15/09/2020, 22:33
El primer accidente de la carrera desde el coche de Giovinazzi.



https://twitter.com/F1/status/1305966870265098241?s=20

McHouserphy
16/09/2020, 00:26
Grosjean volviendo a la pista tras el accidente en la primera vuelta. Mirad la cara de susto de los comisarios. :roto2rie:
https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1305938518263451648?s=20

Parece un tractor cubierto de polvo y tierra :risitas::cunaooooo:


Parece que algo golpeó el hans de Albon cuando Stroll tuvo su accidente.
https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksss/status/1305941096615288833?s=20

:sherlock: Piedras? :glassesf:


El primer accidente de la carrera desde el coche de Giovinazzi.
https://twitter.com/F1/status/1305966870265098241?s=20

"los autos de choque de Mugello" :gaydude::risitas:

McHouserphy
16/09/2020, 17:07
Más vale tarde que nunca :gaydude:

La habitual sesión de gráficas de carrera.

GP de la Toscana 2020 :

Posiciones por vuelta y compuesto
https://imgur.com/npTLCAT.png

Uso de compuestos
https://imgur.com/BmfMaYL.png

Tiempos de Clasificatorias, vueltas promedio y vueltas rápidas
https://imgur.com/SwjD0r4.png

https://imgur.com/xhLKhcp.png

Mejores sectores y vuelta ideal
https://imgur.com/WUMlDeh.png

https://imgur.com/iNWcOfu.png

Velocidades máximas
https://imgur.com/RD1bX3A.png

https://imgur.com/lExoT6S.png

Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos:
https://imgur.com/9JYtzmc.png

Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/iUwhfy4.png

Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/goRWOeF.png

Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/glO4Dvi.png

Tiempos por vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/vPYTUG1.png

Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/DbrWj4W.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/AQI388E.png

Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/lxEmqax.png

Ritmo promedio de todos
https://imgur.com/BaFPj1P.png

Ritmo promedio de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/59wuCs7.png

Tiempos compensados de todos (compensación peso gasolina)
https://imgur.com/zWR0PXW.png

Stints de los tiempos compensados de todos
https://imgur.com/4ZRLE0R.png

Tiempos compensados de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/x02sAPP.png

Stints de los tiempos compensados de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/jgA26tR.png

McHouserphy
16/09/2020, 17:07
Distancias entre todos los pilotos
https://imgur.com/D30RnkI.png

Distancias entre los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/uFAwmS1.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Red Bull y Ferrari
https://imgur.com/OfCGvKo.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Red Bull y Renault
https://imgur.com/bqHOtH7.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Red Bull, Renault y Racing Point
https://imgur.com/xJ6AS1I.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Renault, Racing Point y McLaren
https://imgur.com/past7UK.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Racing Point, McLaren y AlphaTauri
https://imgur.com/jaMYgYx.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los McLaren, AlphaTauri y Ferrari
https://imgur.com/oJGZ1yC.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Ferrari, Alfa Romeo y Williams
https://imgur.com/BWEmYIS.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Alfa Romeo, Williams y Haas
https://imgur.com/W1Z06GC.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Mercedes
https://imgur.com/qyYzg72.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Ferrari
https://imgur.com/Mju3Ry5.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Renault
https://imgur.com/UanKm3m.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda
https://imgur.com/tG2w8pz.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda y Renault
https://imgur.com/uuZacnu.png

Huella de carrera de todos
https://imgur.com/Q1xOpgN.png

Stints de Huella de carrera de todos
https://imgur.com/EqEQyhS.png

Huella de carrera de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/2hg6Nhi.png

Stints de Huella de carrera de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/v1SnOH6.png

Ritmo Absoluto de todos (compensación peso gasolina)
https://imgur.com/9uqXxw9.png

Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de todos
https://imgur.com/UHQiaaY.png

Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/rAMkmFq.png

Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/zTaIipj.png

McHouserphy
16/09/2020, 17:08
Comparación vueltas de Hamilton y Bottas
https://imgur.com/GKMPRj5.png

Comparación vueltas de Bottas y Albon
https://imgur.com/I9igTEh.png

Comparación vueltas de Albon y Ricciardo
https://imgur.com/GQIFv4w.png

Comparación vueltas de Ricciardo y Pérez
https://imgur.com/23M0skZ.png

Comparación vueltas de Pérez y Norris
https://imgur.com/bkXiKsH.png

Comparación vueltas de Norris y Kvyat
https://imgur.com/GTq2pf5.png

Comparación vueltas de Kvyat y Leclcerc
https://imgur.com/hf8afjf.png

Comparación vueltas de Leclerc y Raikkonen
https://imgur.com/6WwVkC5.png

Comparación vueltas de Raikkonen y Vettel
https://imgur.com/Hn7qf4y.png

Rendimientos globales en Carrera
https://imgur.com/DCHPdgv.png

Rendimientos con compuestos prime, duros o C1
https://imgur.com/us7Ewmh.png

Rendimientos con compuestos option, medios o C2
https://imgur.com/cTq7jD4.png

Ampliación para Kvyat, Russell y Raikkonen
https://imgur.com/u4FoEJG.png

Rendimientos con compuestos extra, blandos o C3
https://imgur.com/RtCcjQa.png


Y seguimos porrocesando :gaydude::roto2rie:... :putersmile1:...