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McHouserphy
16/05/2021, 13:38
FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2021 – GP Nº 5
GRAN PREMIO DE MÓNACO


Circuit de Mónaco .

Circuit de Monaco,
c/o Automobile Club de Monaco,
23 boulevard Albert 1er,
98000 Monaco
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HORARIOS:

Jueves 20 de Mayo :

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

Sábado 22 de Mayo :

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 23 de Mayo :

CARRERA: Horario Local: 15:00 - España: 15:00 - GMT: 13:10


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Datos Básicos de Pista



Fecha de creación : 1950
Primer Gran Premio de F1 : 21/05/1950
Grandes Premios organizados : 76
Capacidad de espectadores : 120000

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Longitud oficial: 3.340 metros.
Longitud rodadura: 3.318 metros.
Compensación de línea de salida: 0 metros.
Curvas oficiales: 19.
Curvas reales: 18.
Curvas oficiales a derecha: 12.
Curvas oficiales a izquierda: 7.
Curvas reales a derecha: 11.
Curvas reales a izquierda: 7.

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Consumo por vuelta: 1,50 kg.
Consumo por vuelta: 2,0 litros.
Penalización por vuelta de combustible: 0,039 s.
Penalización por 10Kg de combustible: 0,26 s.
Tiempo de entrada y salida de pits (sin repostar): 18,6 s.
Distancia desde la salida hasta la primera frenada: 170 m.
Tiempo de vuelta de referencia: 1:14,769

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Carga aerodinámica: Máxima
Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Medio
Agarre del asfalto: Medio-Bajo
Tipo de neumático: Blando
Desgaste de neumáticos: Alto
Compuestos de neumáticos suministrados por Pirelli:
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Brembo, La frenada más dura de Mónaco:


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Ventana Pit Stop a 1 parada :44 a 51
Ventana Pit Stop a 2 paradas :25-32 y 48-51
Ventana Pit Stop a 3 paradas :18-24 , 34-40 y 52-58
Mejor vuelta :M. Verstappen - 1:14,260 (Red Bull 2018)
Mejor pole :L. Hamilton - 1:10,166 (Mercedes 2019)
Pole 2019 :L. Hamilton - 1:10,166 (Meredes)
Vª Rápida 2019 :P. Gasly - 1:14,279 (Red Bull)
Podium 2019 :1º L. Hamilton - 2º S. Vettel - 3º V. Bottas

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Piloto con más Poles : 5 Ayrton Senna
Escudería con más Poles : 11 McLaren
Piloto con más victorias : 6 Ayrton Senna
Escudería con más Victorias : 15 McLaren

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El primer Grand Prix de Mónaco fue organizado por el Automóvil Club de Mónaco en 1929, y fue ganado por el británico William Grover-Williams a bordo de un Bugatti.

Para 1950, cuando comenzó el Campeonato Mundial de Fórmula 1, el Gran Premio de Mónaco ya era una carrera prestigiosa y fué incorporado al campeonato, siendo parte de este de manera ininterrumpida desde 1955 hasta el pasado año 2020, cuando fué cancelado por la pandemia de covid-19.

El circuito de Mónaco es todo un mito de la Formula 1. Una prueba con la que todos los pilotos sueñan y cuya victoria es tan prestigiosa como el título de campeón del mundo.

La dificultad de la pista exige unas grandes dotes de pilotaje, como las demostradas por Senna (6 veces ganador), G. Hill y Schumacher (5), o Hill (4), que son los que cuentan con mayor número de victorias en este trazado urbano.

Se necesita el máximo apoyo aerodinámico además de un motor y suspensiones muy flexibles.

Las curvas cerradas precisan igualmente una motricidad sin fallos para volver a acelerar lo antes posible sin desgastar los neumáticos.

Para más dificultad, este trazado urbano discurre entre guardarailes, tapias y un tunel, por lo que adelantar es casi imposible si existe una cierta igualdad entre los implicados.

Notas de Pedro De La Rosa
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Jaime Alguersuari comenta una vuelta al circuito monegasco en el simulador de RedBull.

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2019 Qualifying Highlights :

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Vuelta onboard de la pole de L. Hamilton en el año 2019 (última edición):

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2019 Race Highlights :

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Curiosidades:

El GP más caótico
El GP de Mónaco de 1996, será recordado por que solamente acabaron 4 pilotos. Tres dieron el total de las vueltas,y el cuarto que acabó, H.H. Fretzen, lo hizo a una vuelta y en los boxes cuando el reloj marcó las 2 horas de competencia. Venció Olivier Panis, que salió décimo cuarto, con D.Coulthard y J.Herbert en el podio. Evidentemente... llovió.

Gran remontada de Alonso
En Mónaco 2010, Fernando Alonso escaló 18 posiciones respecto a su puesto en la parrilla de salida (24-6), su mayor remontada en la Fórmula 1 e igualó la mayor en Montecarlo, compartiendo record con E.Bernard en 1990 (iguales posiciones), G.Edwards en 1974 salió 26 y llegó 8º, y en 1973 A.Adamich salió 25 y llegó 7º.

McLaren, Histórico en Mónaco
McLaren es la escudería que más veces ha ganado en Mónaco (15), por delante de Ferrari (ocho) y Lotus (siete). La escudería británica domina también el ranking de 'poles' en el Gran Premio de Montecarlo (11), seguida de cerca por Ferrari y Lotus, ambas con nueve. No obstante, Ferrari es la escudería con mayor número de vueltas rápidas en el Gran Premio de Mónaco (16), por delante de McLaren (diez) y Lotus (siete).

Quien gana la pole, gana la carrera
En ocho de las últimas nueve temporadas, el piloto que logró la pole en el Gran Premio de Mónaco terminó ganando la carrera. Felipe Massa fue el último piloto que logró la 'pole' en Montecarlo y no ganó la carrera (2008).

Alonso, dos ediciones consecutivas
El único piloto de la historia en ganar dos ediciones consecutivas del Gran Premio de Mónaco con dos equipos diferentes ha sido el español Fernando Alonso, Renault en 2.006 y McLaren en 2.007.

Récord en kilómetros
El alemán Michael Schumacher es el piloto que más kilómetros ha recorrido en cabeza en el GP de Mónaco, 1.459, y Airton Senna durante 1404; De los pilotos en activo, Jenson Button durante 568, Fernando Alonso lo ha hecho durante 511 y Lewis Hamilton durante 377.

Senna, imbatible en Montecarlo
Ayrton Senna es el piloto que más veces ha logrado la pole position (cinco); También es el piloto que más veces ha ganado el Gran Premio (seis), cinco de ellas consecutivas, por delante de Graham Hill y Michael Schumacher, ambos con cinco.

El record de lentitud
El año 2011 batió todos los records de lentitud en un GP de F1, la carrera se corrió completa en dos horas y nueve minutos, con una velocidad media de 120,571Km/h para el ganador. La más lenta de la historia.

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PALMARÉS


2019 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
2018 : D. Ricciardo (Red Bull)
2017 : S. Vettel (Ferrari)
2016 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
2015 : N. Rosberg (Mercedes)
2014 : N. Rosberg (Mercedes)
2013 : N. Rosberg (Mercedes)
2012 : M. Webber (Red Bull)
2011 : S. Vettel (Red Bull)
2010 : M. Webber (Red Bull)
2009 : J. Button (Brawn GP)
2008 : L. Hamilton (McLaren)
2007 : F. Alonso (McLaren)
2006 : F. Alonso (Renault)
2005 : K. Räikkönen (McLaren)
2004 : J. Trulli (Renault)
2003 : J. P. Montoya (Williams)
2002 : D. Coulthard (McLaren)
2001 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
2000 : D. Coulthard (McLaren)
1999 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
1998 : M. Hakkinen (McLaren)
1997 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
1996 : O. Panis (Ligier)
1995 : M. Schumacher (Benetton)
1994 : M. Schumacher (Benetton)
1993 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1992 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1991 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1990 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1989 : A. Senna (McLaren)
1988 : A. Prost (McLaren)
1987 : A. Senna (Lotus)
1986 : A. Prost (McLaren)
1985 : A. Prost (McLaren)
1984 : A. Prost (McLaren)

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Enlaces / Links :

Web oficial del circuito de Mónaco (http://www.acm.mc/gpm/gpm_main.php)
Página Oficial de la F1 (https://www.formula1.com)
Datos FIA (https://www.fia.com/championship/events/fia-formula-one-world-championship/season-2021/monaco-grand-prix)
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
16/05/2021, 13:40
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GoVal
16/05/2021, 20:27
¡Muchas gracias, McH! :abrazo:


Nunca pensé decir esto pero ojalá tengamos una carrera tan entretenida como la de la Formula E la semana pasada. :sisi1:

GoVal
16/05/2021, 20:28
McLaren lucirá nuevos colores por las calles de Mónaco.



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GoVal
16/05/2021, 20:30
Por supuesto, los pilotos irán a juego.



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GoVal
17/05/2021, 19:20
Conferencias de prensa.


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McHouserphy
17/05/2021, 19:34
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Presiones y Cámber:
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17/05/2021, 22:36
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llumia
18/05/2021, 16:27
Vamos con algunas de las Previas de los equipos:

Monaco GP: Preview - Haas

Uralkali Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team is ready to go racing in the streets for the first time in two years as the FIA Formula 1 World Championship gears up for the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix.The Automobile Club de Monaco, having already founded a popular rally, opted to turn the prestigious streets of the Principality into a temporary race facility in 1929, at the wisdom of Antony Noghes. It quickly became a prominent fixture on the motor-racing scene, its status elevated by the challenging layout and desirable location, attracting the elite to the glamorous Riviera. It was included on the inaugural Formula 1 calendar in 1950 and was a permanent fixture from 1955 through 2019, not running in 2020 - its first absence in 65 years - due to the pandemic.


The Circuit de Monaco is a stern test for all drivers given the perilously close nature of the barriers, the evolution of the tarmac across the course of the weekend, and the importance of hooking up a qualifying lap. Track position is of the utmost importance, given that passing is at a premium, while in terms of set-up teams favor mechanical grip.


Gone are the days when hay bales, lamp posts and a sheer drop into the harbor would mark the circuit edge, but the layout itself remains largely recognizable when compared to the 1929 layout, taking competitors past iconic landmarks such as the Sainte-Dévote Chapel, Hotel de Paris and Casino de Monte-Carlo. While at 3.3km it is the shortest circuit on the calendar it is one of the busiest and most challenging for those behind the steering wheel. The margin between delight and despair can be measured in mere millimeters in Monaco.


For Uralkali Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team rookies Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin) and Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher) it will be their first experience of the Circuit de Monaco in Formula 1 machinery, though both have proper knowledge of the venue from 2019, when they competed in FIA Formula 2. Mazepin secured a top 10 finish in both races while Schumacher started third after a strong qualifying display.


As per Monaco's traditions free practice one and two will take place on Thursday, with Friday a rest day for Formula 1, ahead of the usual format for the remainder of the weekend.


While it's early in their Formula 1 careers, what are your key observations regarding the progress made by both Nikita and Mick in bedding in with the team so far?

Guenther Steiner: "At the moment we're very happy with how they're getting along with the team. You can always get better, but we're at a very good point, and the relationships with the people they work directly with are improving - they've started off on a good foot and it's just a work in progress. There are a lot of people working in a Formula 1 team and the drivers need to get to know them better, especially the people that work directly with them. Up to now though it's been very positive progress."


How big a challenge, in your opinion, is the Monaco Grand Prix for rookie drivers - not least as for Nikita and Mick it's only their fifth career start in Formula 1? What are the specific briefings the team will give the drivers to prepare for their maiden Monte Carlo starts?

GS: "Regarding the briefing - stay out of the walls and off the barriers. That's what we'll let them know. Once you're in the barriers in Monaco, your session is lost. You cannot get the car back and it's normally pretty damaged anyway. The challenge is big. It's a very tight circuit, it's obviously a street circuit, and you've got lots of people watching - everything you don't want on a race like this. On the other side, you do want it though, that's why we're doing it. There should be little pressure on the drivers there as we know our performance. They should be looking at the race just to gain experience so when they return with a better car they'll have learned how to deal with Monaco - which is obviously a very special race in the Formula 1 calendar."


Having missed out on a Monaco Grand Prix last season, how good is it for the sport to be seen to returning to one of its marquee events and with the introduction of a limited number of fans each day?

GS: "Going to Monaco is always fantastic. It's a historic event - the most historic event in my opinion for Formula 1, and it's good for Monte Carlo as well that we're back there. It's open for business again. As much as we deal with the challenges and issues of the limited space, all the logistics there and so on, to be back is fantastic. To have fans there, at least a small amount of them, it's very good. We're really looking forward to it."


Monaco was the scene of the team's first-ever double points score in 2017 with Grosjean eighth and Magnussen 10th. As one of the early milestone moments in the team's short history - how memorable was that result and did it have added significance coming on the hard-fought streets of Monte Carlo?

GS: "This year we'll be far off coming home eighth and 10th, we know that, and we can deal with that - we're patient. Thinking back to 2017 though, it was very cool to have achieved that result in Monaco. It was another first for the team, and they kept coming at that time. We want to get back to that performance level. So, good memories, but we're looking forward to the future of the team, to be able to do those things again and to be able to do it better."


Monaco holds a special place in the history of Formula 1. What does it mean to you personally as a driver to be making your first Formula 1 start at such an iconic venue?

Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin): "It is always very special to race in Monaco, regardless of the car, because it's a city that transfers into a racing circuit then back again - that's something special. However, to debut in Formula 1, it's definitely cool but also very challenging."


Are there any moments from Formula 1's back catalogue of Monaco highlights that stand out for you? Are there any driver performances in particular that you've admired watching the Monaco Grand Prix growing up?

NM: "I very well remember when Lewis (Hamilton) and Max (Verstappen) had a fight in 2019 - with Lewis victorious with almost no tires left. I was at the circuit then; I saw it myself and I found it very special."

You had a pair of top 10 finishes in Monaco back in 2019 in your first season of F2 competition. Is the key to success in Monaco a good qualifying performance knowing the challenges of the track layout for overtaking? Is your focus with your race engineers qualifying first, race second?

NM: "Yes, I had a very good time in Monaco in F2 - unfortunately we didn't go back there last year. I think it's a track that's rather good for me. With the engineers you obviously focus on qualifying first because on a circuit like that qualifying is super important with very little opportunity to overtake."


How much of a driver's circuit is Monaco and for you in particular, what stands out as the biggest challenge arriving at your first street circuit in Formula 1 with just four race starts under your belt in the VF-21?

NM: "I would say Monaco is mostly a driver's circuit in regards to making mistakes, but having a good car with a lot of downforce is important - so therefore this year I'm expecting quite a big challenge. In regard to having four race starts under our belt in the VF-21 before Monaco, well, we don't get to chose the calendar so it is what it is."


The Monaco Grand Prix will see a limited number of fans return to the grandstands. Just how different is it for you to have been racing recently without the atmosphere that the fans bring to an event?

NM: "It's obviously been a long time since the grandstands have been properly full. It's really a shame that people can't be there as the atmosphere has not been the same. So, I'm happy that F1 is making its first steps to opening the doors."


Monaco holds a special place in the history of Formula 1. What does it mean to you personally as a driver to be making your first Formula 1 start at such an iconic venue?

Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher): "It's a historical circuit and a challenging track too. Obviously, it's a place every racing car driver in general is excited to go to or experience at least just once. I have experienced it in Formula 2 - that was for the first time back in 2019 and I loved it. I'm immensely looking forward to it this year driving in Formula 1."


Are there any moments from Formula 1's back catalogue of Monaco highlights that stand out for you? Are there any driver performances in particular that you've admired watching the Monaco Grand Prix growing up?

MS: "You probably won't find a Monaco twice, if that makes sense - you will never find the same race or same weekend twice there. It's always special, there's always something happening - something different happening. I wouldn't really know which race to pick out to be honest. In general, it's always a crazy performance from every driver to drive Monaco. It's a real challenge there when you're so close to the wall every time for over 70 laps. Mentally it's super hard, super difficult, but it's a challenge and that's why it's so fun to go to such a track. I'm really looking forward to it."


You raced in Monaco back in 2019 in your first season of F2 competition. What was it like for you to be part of the Grand Prix weekend there that season and to be racing on the streets of Monte Carlo for the first time?

MS: "Formula 2 was obviously quite a notch slower than Formula 1, so I'm excited to feel how it's going to be in a Formula 1 car. The Formula 2 car, in general, is still a very fast car, and it's a heavy car, but it's alive and moving a lot. It was definitely a challenge and fun for me to experience Monaco. I'd only gone to Baku before and Macau, which is quite similar, in terms of street circuits. To have been part of the Monaco weekend in general was great for me. Seeing Formula 1 drive there was great but to be there in Formula 2 was also special for me to experience it and to learn from it."


How much of a driver's circuit is Monaco and for you in particular, what stands out as the biggest challenge arriving at your first street circuit in Formula 1 with just four race starts under your belt in the VF-21?

MS: "It's definitely a driver's circuit - the driver can make the difference there. Obviously, if you have a car that you trust, one that you feel comfortable in, most likely that will help you go into Monaco, and into FP1, with somewhat more of an open mind to learn the track. If you also have to learn the car, or if you're not comfortable in the car, that definitely makes it a lot more difficult. I'm super comfortable in the car and I'm excited to learn how to drive around Monaco in the VF-21."


The Monaco Grand Prix will see a limited number of fans return to the grandstands. Just how different is it for you to have been racing recently without the atmosphere that the fans bring to an event?

MS: "It's going to be nice to have some atmosphere back at the track even if it's not to the extent it would usually be. Hopefully in the next few weeks and months we'll kind of get back to a normal life - obviously that goes for everything. But, it's definitely great to start off small and have it on the safer side, better to be safe than sorry. I've been racing without an atmosphere at track since last season like everybody else. I've been missing that. I've missed having fans at track and seeing them enjoying us racing and cheering if we do well. Let's get that back soon, if not fully this season then hopefully by next season."

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llumia
18/05/2021, 16:30
Monaco GP: Preview - WilliamsRound five of the 2021 Formula One World Championship brings us to the streets of Monte Carlo for perhaps the most famous race of the year, the Monaco Grand Prix. Encapsulating the sport's glamour, heritage and precision, Circuit de Monaco runs through the centre of the Principality, with landmarks such as The Monte Carlo Casino and Monaco Opera House just metres away from the track. The tight and twisting 3.337km circuit is highly unforgiving, providing the ultimate test of both driver and car's ability. As Nelson Piquet remarked, "Monaco is like riding a bike around your living room".

The event marks a landmark moment for Williams (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/11/williams) Racing, as the team becomes only the third in the sport's history to participate in 750 Grands Prix. To celebrate the momentous achievement, the FW43B will carry the names of 100 fans on its halo, as well as a special 750 logo. Content will also be shared throughout the weekend, highlighting the people that have made the team such an iconic sporting brand.


Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Returning to the streets of Monte Carlo is a great moment in the season, and a sign that things are continuing to return to normal. Having not been here since 2019, we are desperate to get the cars out on to the tight and twisty track and to see how the circuit has evolved over the last two years. Coming from Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona), we couldn't have a much bigger contrast in circuit style and layout, but the basic requirements from the car will be unchanged, with driver confidence crucial to success.


With only 60 minutes practice sessions, the track is likely to be busy and consequently completing high quality clean laps will be difficult. Testing new parts is very difficult in Monaco and so we will dedicate most of our track time to dialling in both the car and the drivers to the street circuit in preparation for the all-important qualifying session on Saturday.


Pirelli have naturally brought their softest compounds to this event and this will be the first time that we have raced with this combination in 2021. All the compounds should offer long life and low degradation, but the Hard tyre could prove a tricky compound to keep in its ideal working window.


We are looking forward to taking on the challenge of this famous street circuit and seeing how much performance we can find from the FW43B and the drivers. The whole team have been encouraged by our recent progress and are very keen to maintain the momentum here in Monte Carlo.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/69709/drivers/66/george-russell): I'm really looking forward to Monaco. It was a shame to miss the race last year due to the reshuffled calendar as it's one of the most exhilarating and thrilling laps of the season. It will be great to be back, and I can't wait to get on track and have the overall Monaco experience.


It's also going to be a huge weekend for the team as we mark our 750th race, which is an incredible achievement and something I'm proud to be part of.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): I think it goes without saying that I'm extremely excited to race around the streets of Monaco in a Formula One car for the first time. I've driven there for many years in different categories, but I'm anticipating that in an F1 car it's going to be something quite a bit more special! The race is such a spectacle and so prestigious, and it's a track I like, so I'm super excited and looking forward to getting out there.


I'm also really pleased to be part of Williams (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/11/williams)' 750th race celebrations throughout the Monaco weekend. It's a huge achievement for the team and I'll be proud to have the names of 100 of our supporters with me on the halo.

https://www.pitpass.com/69709/Monaco-GP-Preview-Williams

llumia
18/05/2021, 16:33
Monaco GP: Preview - McLarenLando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "I'm very excited to go racing in Monaco again, it's an awesome track with a lot of history, and one of the most challenging circuits in Formula 1. It's also really cool to be racing there in Gulf colours and to be writing history with the team. The blue and the orange work really well together on a race car and I think the fans are going to love seeing it racing around the streets of Monaco. I'll also be running a special race helmet for the weekend, inspired by Gulf's iconic colours, so keep your eyes peeled for that too.

"It's been a strong start to the season for me personally, but also for the team. We're up against strong competition in both the Drivers and Constructors' Championships, so we're working hard to extract every bit of performance we can. We know that Monaco is going to be a tricky weekend, with so much riding on qualifying, but we'll be working hard to start the weekend well on Thursday and score some decent points come Sunday."


Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "I was already excited about going racing again in Monaco, but to be racing in Gulf colours for the weekend just raises the level of excitement even further. I've even got a custom retro helmet to match the entire theme of the team this weekend.


"Monaco is my favourite circuit on the calendar, and I really missed driving there last year. It's such a unique place to drive and as F1 drivers we're incredibly lucky to get the opportunity to race there. It's not like any other circuit in the world where you can turn up for a track day and drive, you have the Monaco Grand Prix and support events and that's it. So, I'm incredibly excited to be going back, we've been deprived of that place for nearly two years.


"We've been making a lot of progress over the last few races, and I think that really showed in Spain. I'm really starting to get to grips with the car and build my confidence. We know we'll have our work cut out for us in Monaco, given how important qualifying is and how close we are to the competition, but we'll give it our all and try to bring home some solid points for the team."


Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "After a close and exciting start to the season, we're looking forward to returning to Monaco for the first time since 2019. We all missed this iconic street circuit last year, and the entire team is excited to be back racing in the principality once again. This weekend we'll be running an incredible one-off livery in partnership with Gulf Oil International. The Gulf racing blue and fluro orange marks a significant departure from our usual livery, and I'm sure the fans are going to love seeing it out on track. A big thank you to all of those in our team that have worked so hard to make this exciting activity a reality alongside their regular duties.


"Monaco is an exciting and outstanding track on the calendar and poses a unique challenge in Formula 1.
The team, as always, will be focused on our performance and operational execution. We must be ready to take every opportunity to score good points whenever we can. We've been able to achieve that at every race so far, with both drivers scoring points at each grand prix. We're ready for the fight and another exciting weekend of racing."

https://www.pitpass.com/69710/Monaco-GP-Preview-McLaren

llumia
18/05/2021, 16:36
Monaco GP: Preview - AlpineWith the A521 showings signs of improvement from the start of the season, Executive Director Marcin Budkowski looks ahead to the Monaco Grand Prix and the team's ambitions for the spectacular street event.

How exciting is it for Formula 1 to race in Monaco again?


Marcin Budkowski: It's great to have Monaco back on the calendar. It has a different feel to any other place we visit with the street environment, the location by the sea and the port with all the yachts. It is such a special place for every F1 fan and a circuit all race team members enjoy going to, and it should be even more enjoyable this year since we didn't race here last season.


Will Monaco suit the A521 package?


MB: The A521 is generally better suited to low-speed corners, even if we've improved it since the beginning of the season across medium and high-speed corners too. Generally, though, Monaco is all about downforce, mechanical grip and traction, but also places a high emphasis on the drivers. It's a circuit where it takes drivers time to get used to driving so close to the guardrails and finding the ability within themselves to push the limits a little bit further in every single lap, but without exceeding them as the sanction is immediate. It's a track where the driver really makes a difference in Formula 1.


How important will qualifying be on Saturday?

MB: There isn't a circuit more important for qualifying than Monaco because it's very difficult to overtake during the race. We've been in good form in qualifying at the last two events and we'll be focused on keeping this good momentum and qualifying both cars as high as possible on the grid.


What did the team learn from Portugal and Spain?

MB: The last two rounds were very encouraging after a difficult start of the season. Our race in Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona) didn't go exactly as we hoped, but we confirmed that we have improved the car thanks to a continuous stream of developments and experiments coming from both factories. For Monaco, we have another small aerodynamic update to the car. We also gained some further understanding of our package, which will hopefully allow us to further improve our performance in the next events.


It was a bittersweet outing in Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona) for Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) after qualifying fifth and finishing ninth in the race. The Frenchman was left wanting more as he aims for better on the special streets of Monaco for the return of the legendary Grand Prix.


What do you like about Monaco?

MB: Monaco is a special place. Whenever you think of Formula 1, you also think of Monaco. It's a privilege to drive a Formula 1 car around the streets there, and I'm very excited to do it again this year. I really like the location, all the boats in the harbour, the sea sparkling in the sun and the atmosphere. Everything about it makes it so incredible.


How will you approach the weekend?

EO: It's been a while since I've raced in Monaco, back in 2018, which is the same for Fernando actually. I think it'll take us a little bit of time to get back up to speed and find the limits during practice. It's the most challenging circuit of the year for a driver. You have to be on it and have confidence in the car. We head there this year on the back of two good performances - especially in qualifying - in Portugal and Spain, which shows how our car has clearly improved.


What are your main assessments of the upgraded A521 at recent races?

EO: We're continuing to develop the car and make improvements and, as a driver, that's good news. Spain showed what we're capable of achieving, but it also showed what we can do to find more. Our race pace needs to be stronger if we're to capitalise on our qualifying performances. That said, qualifying is so important in Monaco and we'll be aiming to qualify as high up the grid as possible in order to be in that mix for big points.


Fernando Alonso (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/1/fernando-alonso) is set to return to the adrenaline pumping streets of Monte Carlo this weekend for his seventeenth appearance in Formula 1 racing around the tight and twisty, yacht-lined circuit.


How do you feel ahead of your return to the Monaco Grand Prix?

Fernando Alonso (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/1/fernando-alonso): There really isn't a race like it and I'm looking forward to being there again this weekend. I've had two wins at Monaco in Formula 1 and I enjoy the strategic element of Sundays here. Qualifying will be very important, just as it was in Spain, so we need to work on maximising our one lap potential to make sure both cars do well on Saturday. Traffic management will also be key here. I'm looking forward to getting back to business this weekend.


How do you look back on the mixed result in Spain that saw you nearly pull off the one stop strategy?

FA: We gambled and it didn't work out for us. Now we've had time to analyse the race and look over the data, the one stop strategy was probably too optimistic. Starting in tenth position on a circuit that is very hard to overtake on meant we had to try something different, so it was worth a go. Nevertheless, the weekend as a whole was positive. Our car performance seemed to carry over from Portugal, which shows our developments have worked. We arrive in Monaco feeling positive.


What is special about the Monaco Grand Prix?

FA: It's a very challenging circuit and with the barriers either side of you for the entire lap is a constant reminder you can't make a mistake. You have to concentrate so hard for the entire race distance. But this is what we live for as a Formula 1 driver and I enjoy that thrill you have with the sharp turns and bumps at every corner. The set-up around this circuit is also unique in that it can't really be compared to any other track. There aren't many straights and the corners require a car to be tuned with maximum downforce.

https://www.pitpass.com/69713/Monaco-GP-Preview-Alpine

llumia
18/05/2021, 16:40
Monaco GP: Preview - Red BullThe Spanish Grand Prix was a difficult one, how do you feel looking back?

Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): I feel good about it, but as a Team it wasn't the smoothest weekend, we definitely lacked pace throughout the race. It is what it is and we still secured second place and good points for the Team. It's still early in the season so we just have to make sure that we keep pushing and applying the pressure and start winning some more races. We are always analysing and pushing ourselves to the maximum.

Where do you think we need to improve in order to challenge Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes)?

MV: I think our tyre degradation but also the general pace of the car wasn't good enough to really challenge Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) in Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona). I got ahead of Lewis in Turn 1 but if I hadn't, he would have just driven off so leading the race for so long made it look tougher to lose out on the win. We just need to keep on improving.


Looking ahead to Monaco, how excited are you to race there again?

MV: The Monaco Grand Prix is always very special, it's very different to other tracks, the circuit is very narrow but also amazing to drive over one lap in qualifying. You can really feel when you have got it all hooked up and the lap is going to be a good one - that makes you smile. I've never been on the podium in Monaco so I would like to change that! We just need to have a clean weekend, I think that is very important. We'll see if we are fast or not but so far in qualifying we have been quite close so I just hope it's going to be the same in Monaco.


There is no margin for error in Monaco so how important is qualifying?

MV: I know very well that there is no margin for error in Monaco (laughs), we just have to make sure we nail it on Saturday. Of course then on Sunday it is usually straight forward as overtaking is so difficult but a lot of things can happen. We need to be at our best now on Saturday and Sunday to make sure we are on the top step of the podium.


Spain proved to be a challenging weekend but fifth place on Sunday delivered solid points for the Team. How do you look back on it?

Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): It was a tough weekend and it was compromised by the poor performance on Saturday in qualifying, I wasn't one hundred percent physically so I did struggle but I'm back to full fitness now. Looking ahead I'm getting more comfortable with the car so I hope we are able to show that in Monaco and put in a good performance on Saturday. I'm excited to race there especially as we weren't able to last year.


You said you spent much of the race behind Daniel thinking about how to overtake him. Talk us through that.

SP: It was aiming for the overtake in Turn 1, McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) were very fast in a straight line so that obviously made things a bit harder for us. I finally managed to make the move but it was just too late in the race.


Looking ahead to Monaco, you finished on the podium there in 2016. What's the goal this weekend?

SP: Historically Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) has been strong in Monaco so I hope we are able to fight for the win. You need a lot of confidence with the car there because the margin for error is so small. I'm feeling more confident with the car so I hope I am able to show that throughout the weekend. I'm also looking forward to seeing the fans, the atmosphere is so different without them.


With a championship battle this year, how important is development and continuing to push on the 2021 car from everyone back at the factory?

SP: It's very important to maximise weekend after weekend. There are big challenges ahead and the season is very long so it requires everyone to be at one hundred percent to bring that championship home.


• Honda have six previous Monaco GP victories, all of which came in consecutive seasons from 1987-1992 thanks to Ayrton Senna (five wins) and Alain Prost (one win). In addition, Honda-powered cars led every lap of five successive Monaco GPs from 1987-1991


• Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) has led 144 laps this season, more than anybody else on the grid, and is only 25 laps short of his highest total in ANY season, set in 2018


• Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez) is the only Mexican driver to finish on the podium in the Monaco GP, having finished third in the 2016 race


• Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez) has been a consistent performer throughout his career in Monte-Carlo, having qualified 7th in Monaco on four previous occasions without ever starting higher!


What are the engineering challenges with a unique circuit like Monaco?

Which plethora of restaurants to go to of course! Joking aside, it's the slowest speed track that we go to. There are no high speed corners and the apex speeds are the lowest we encounter on the calendar. There's an emphasis therefore on putting downforce onto the car, usually by using large rear wings. We also have to consider the impact on brake temperatures due to the low speeds and the warm air. In addition, as we depend more on low revs and gears, we must consider the engine's ability to deliver the power smoothly and predictability… it's crucial for the driver around this track.


As Monaco is a street circuit, can you talk us through the track surface and how that impacts the car's performance?

The circuit is bumpier than most of the tracks that we go to so you need a set-up that supports the aerodynamic platform that deals with the low speed ride issues, also to encourage the tyres to stick to the ground when travelling over the bumps.


The margin for error is minimal in Monaco, how important is qualifying?

There is a great dependency on qualifying in Monaco as the circuit is twisty and narrow, the ability to overtake is very limited. If you make a mistake and use the kerbs a bit too much you do not have space to recover.

https://www.pitpass.com/69714/Monaco-GP-Preview-Red-Bull

llumia
18/05/2021, 16:42
Monaco GP: Preview - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "Looking back to Spain it was quite a tough weekend, especially as Qualifying was not straightforward. I missed out on Q3 by just two hundredths of a second, which is not very much at all, and meant it was the first time this season that I've not been in the top ten on the grid. I was disappointed, partly because it shows that some of the other teams are evolving and improving, the gaps are really very small now. We know we really have to optimise everything to be in the midfield fight. Then the race saw us lose seconds here and there and I was as low as 15th, but the final stint was encouraging, overtaking quite a few cars. One more lap and it could have been ninth, it would definitely have been doable without the penalty. There are some positives and the potential is there, but with a couple of teams making a step forward we know we have to work hard if we are going to continue to fight with them over the rest of the season. It's impossible to be faultless in any form of motorsport, but we need to try and do things perfectly and to find more speed if we want to score bigger points each weekend.

"As for Monaco, it's a circuit that I really like a lot and I'm very happy to be going back there, after we were unable to do so last year. It's a very special track, absolutely nothing like the first four we have raced on this year. The street circuit presents several unique challenges, starting with a lack of grip, so I hope we will get to understand how our car behaves as quickly as possible, working out what we need to do to be quick and to continue our run of points finishes.


"In Monaco, it's important to get as much track time as possible, but I don't feel the shorter Friday practice sessions will be a problem because this year we are now used to doing as many laps as in the past, by spending less time in the garage. Of course, at Monaco you always need a little bit of time to adapt, to play with finding the limits of your car and getting as close as possible to the walls, then gradually building up your confidence levels through each session. And then you give it everything on Saturday afternoon because we know that Qualifying is 95% of the race result.


"They are allowing a limited number of spectators for this race, which will be great, but the overall weekend will not have the same hectic schedule we always had to deal with in Monaco in the past. So, I'm hoping I might get some time to relax and maybe play a bit of Paddle Tennis with Charles on Friday morning, if we're not too busy, although we will have the usual engineering meetings that afternoon."


Yuki Tsunoda (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/71/yuki-tsunoda): "I'm looking forward to Monaco, particularly as Spain was a difficult weekend for me. I was not happy with my driving in Qualifying and made a mistake, but I must learn to accept that these things can happen and move on. I have only done four race weekends in F1 so far and now I am just resetting my mind. I am focussing on my driving and adapting as much as possible to the car. A couple of days after Spain, it was my 21st birthday but I didn't do anything special: a Covid swab in the morning, followed by a gym session - a normal day in the office!


"I've never raced in Monaco in any category, but I have raced in Macau for example, so I have quite a bit of experience on street circuits. They're okay. You need a very different approach on a street circuit like Monaco, especially considering I have never been there before. Track evolution is a big factor there, with very low grip at first and then it changes with every session. The key will be not to make any mistakes in FP1 or FP2 in order to maximise my time on track.


"There are many unusual factors about this weekend and it was only while we were in Spain that I learned that you practice on Thursday with no track time on Friday. I will have to make sure I do not lose focus or concentration, but I'm sure I can adapt. I have spent a lot of time on the simulator to prepare. Our car has not always been at its best in the slow corners, which is what we will face in Monaco, but I think that even if the car is obviously important, the main factor will be how much I can adapt to the track. During practice I will be trying to give the engineers as much good feedback as possible to help them set up the car, while I focus just on my driving. Qualifying will be about having confidence in the car, because that is even more important than usual on a street circuit."

https://www.pitpass.com/69716/Monaco-GP-Preview-AlphaTauri

llumia
18/05/2021, 16:45
Monaco GP: Preview - Alfa RomeoOf all races to miss out in our disrupted 2020 season, Monaco surely left one of the biggest gaping holes in the calendar. Not to disrespect the many other rounds we had to skip last year, but there’s something about the streets of the Principality that just feels different.

The old-school layout, hardly changed from the classic era of racing; the royalty - both literal and figurative - usually attending the event; the glitz and glamour providing a backdrop to the race, with superyachts bobbing up and down in the harbour and the sound of revellers extending way into the night.


Monaco is all this, on top of an incredibly tough challenge for the drivers: the circuit snaking around the streets of Monte-Carlo is an unforgiving one, technical and with no margin for error. It retains the spirit of the times it was built in: it rewards those brave enough to head for the walls and play for millimetres.


We approach Monaco with respect: knowing it is a track that can punish as well as reward. We do so with the confidence that we can play our part in this battle, knowing that there can be points at the end of these two, gruelling hours on Sunday.


This year, Monaco will be different - as all races are. The circumstances will be a long way from the Monaco we know - but we’re grateful to be racing here nonetheless. The cars are back in town, and we love it.


Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "We head to Monaco, a place which is almost synonymous with Formula One, ready to put up a good show. We have seen in recent weeks we can be competitive and this weekend could offer us another opportunity to do well. In Monaco, of all places, having a spotless weekend is crucial: qualifying position matters more than anywhere else and every mistake costing track position is paid for dearly. We will need to be at our best to bring home the result we have been looking for.


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "Monaco is a challenging track for drivers, even though everything happening in the background doesn’t really affect us. When you’re in the cockpit, it’s very much a weekend like any other. You need confidence around this place if you want to have a good lap, you have to trust your car and yourself as you need to use every bit of track to the walls. It’s easy to do mistakes and even a small one can have big consequences: at the same time, this can give opportunities as there are many elements that can shake up the order on Sunday."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "Of all weekends in the year, this is one of the most special ones. There is a different atmosphere around town and, with most drivers knowing the place so well, there is an added challenge in keeping the focus towards the track and the track only. It’s definitely a different weekend than usual! I only raced here once in Formula One, but I knew the track from my experience in junior formulas and it’s a big test for the driver. We need to be ready to make the most of every opportunity and maximise the potential of our car. You never know what can happen during a race here."

https://www.pitpass.com/69717/Monaco-GP-Preview-Alfa-Romeo

llumia
18/05/2021, 16:49
Monaco GP: Preview - Aston MartinThe Monaco Grand Prix is Formula One's blue-riband event. It's the most famous race in the world - and one of the toughest; winning here is invariably the domain of the sport's greats. Drivers put it all on the line around the tough streets of Monte-Carlo - finding the limit between brushing the wall and colliding with it is one of motorsport's greatest spectacles. From Saint Devote through Rascasse and beyond, few tracks test a driver's abilities like Monaco.

Lance: "It was a shame not to be able to race at Monaco last year, so I'm really excited we're returning this year. We know we need to keep pushing hard to find improvements, and that's exactly what we're doing. With such a tight battle in the midfield, anything can happen - especially at a place like this. If we execute our weekend strongly, we'll be aiming for the points."


Sebastian: "There's a long season ahead, and the new parts we ran in Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona) felt like an improvement and are helping us to move forward. The goal is to build on that in Monte-Carlo. We know that our race pace has often been stronger than our single-lap pace, so we'll be focusing extra hard on that all-important qualifying performance this weekend. I'm excited for the challenge of Monaco - there's no other track like it."


There have been Monaco Grands Prix without a single overtake in the past - which makes strategy all the more important, as races can be won or lost on the pitwall. Our strategy engineers have analysed historic data and recent car performance to predict the key factors that could determine the result on Sunday, presented in partnership with our Title Partner Cognizant.


• Track position is crucial in Monaco because it's the toughest place on the calendar for overtaking - and by a significant margin. Qualifying is the key to a strong weekend, and the pitwall is kept busy by the possibility of making up places in the pitlane through strategy, so expect plenty of variance and undercuts as engineers look for tiny, marginal gains.


• Strategy opportunities are boosted by a pitlane time loss of just 20 seconds per stop, not to mention the feasibility of extended stints, despite Pirelli bringing its softest and least durable tyres, the C3, C4 and C5. In 2019, drivers managed to eke out tyre-life to around 50 laps (of 78) on a single step, so a one-stopper is the preferred option, with the undercut proving all the more powerful.


• Despite the lack of overtaking, the race can be turned on its head in an instant. It's the shortest race distance of the year - at 260km, compared to 305km for all other Grands Prix - but has the highest chance of a Safety Car (80%) or VSCs (25% of all races, since it was introduced), which means it regularly runs close to the two-hour maximum time-limit.


• It's just 210m from pole to Turn One (only Austria is shorter), offering limited opportunities to pass. The 2018 and 2019 races combined, excluding lap one and Safety Car restarts, had just six overtakes - all completed without DRS. The best place to try to make an overtake work is at the Turn 10 harbour chicane, where chasing cars are boosted by the long run through the Tunnel and hard braking into a tight left-hander.


A lap of...


Drivers blast down the kinked start/finish straight at speeds approaching 300km/h (186mph) before dropping down to around 100km/h (62mph) in third gear for the deceivingly tricky Saint Devote, a corner that has seen plenty of incidents across the years.


A good exit from Saint Devote is crucial for the climb up to Casino Square. Drivers hook seventh gear and approach at 280km/h (173mph) before braking for the sweeping Massenet bend. It's tricky to find the apex for this bumpy left-hander because the Armco juts out at irregular intervals, and it's easy to smack a wheel against the wall.


Taking in the iconic Casino Square backdrop, drivers brake lightly, maintaining speeds of 180km/h (111mph) before beginning the downhill run to Mirabeau, kinking right to avoid the big bump caused by a junction in the road. After a relatively high-speed first sector, the drivers reach the slowest corner on the Formula One calendar - the iconic hairpin, taken at just 50km/h (31mph).


The tight and slow-speed sector continues into Mirabeau Bas and Portier. Drivers accelerate from around 100km/h (62mph) as they head for the famous tunnel. The low-lit, flat-out right-hander means the charge to Turn 10 is effectively the longest 'straight' on the circuit.


Drivers emerge from darkness at 280km/h (174mph), struggling for rear traction as the car goes light under hard braking for the Nouvelle Chicane. It's a second-gear corner, taken at 70km/h (43mph), and is often the scene of wheel-banging drama as drivers attempt to slice up the inside.


The high-speed direction-changes of the Swimming Pool showcase the huge downforce of modern Formula One cars, as they rapidly switch left and right at over 240km/h (149mph). The final sector of the lap includes the slow-speed Rascasse hairpin - scene of the legendary nightspot - and a slow-speed right-left through the Antony Noghes corner as the drivers navigate back onto the start/finish straight.

https://www.pitpass.com/69718/Monaco-GP-Preview-Aston-Martin

llumia
18/05/2021, 16:51
Monaco GP: Preview - PirelliThe softest Pirelli compound in the range (called the 'C5', which stands for 'compound 5') makes its grand prix debut in 2021. With the softest line-up in the range nominated for the first time this year, the P Zero White hard tyre in Monaco will be the C3, the P Zero Yellow medium will be the C4, and the P Zero Red will be the C5.

Monaco is not only the shortest lap of the year with the lowest average speed, but it also has the slowest corner of the year. To cope with this, the teams use a high-downforce package with a specific front and rear wing to balance downforce levels. There are also bespoke aerodynamic appendages, as well as adjustments to the steering to provide the extra lock needed to get round the Fairmont Hairpin.


One corner comes quickly after another at Monaco, making it relatively easy to warm up the tyre, especially the softer compounds, and put it into its ideal operating window.


Track Characteristics



Being a street circuit, the track tends to be extremely green and slippery at the start of the weekend, with rapid evolution. As the race weekend takes an unusual format, with no Formula 1 running on Friday and the track open to normal traffic in the evenings (plus most of Friday), the surface can often 'reset' itself before Saturday. Monaco has one of the lowest levels of macro roughness of the season.


Because of the low energy loads going through the tyres, Monaco is traditionally a one-stop race, and there is quite a wide pit stop window during which the stop can be taken.


In 2019, when the race was last run, Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton) won with a soft to medium strategy after making an early stop under the safety car on lap 11, then managing this compound brilliantly to the end. The other podium finishers also stopped under the safety car but went to hard tyres.


This year's second test of the 2022 18-inch wet tyres will take place on the Tuesday and Wednesday after the Monaco Grand Prix at Paul Ricard with Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari). This will mark the sixth test of the year in total for the 2022 prototype tyres.


Mario Isola: "Monaco is unique, but its absence from the calendar since 2019 only emphasises its specific characteristics and makes us even more pleased to be going back there. Mechanical grip is key to success as is qualifying and strategy, with the renowned difficulty in overtaking. This puts the accent firmly on track position, with the drivers having to extract the very maximum from the softest C5 tyre in qualifying.

Strategy tends to be reactive, with teams making their stops at the moment that gives them the maximum advantage on track, thanks also to a wide pit stop window resulting from the very low tyre wear and degradation."

https://www.pitpass.com/69711/Monaco-GP-Preview-Pirelli

GoVal
18/05/2021, 18:07
No hay cambios en el DRS.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1ro4DmX0AYvIPt.jpg:large

llumia
19/05/2021, 16:31
Cortesía de F1 Visiualized, clasificaciones finales de los últimos años:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1wZT6jWEAMd6-F?format=png&name=900x900

llumia
19/05/2021, 16:37
El Primer Gran Premio Automovilístico de Mónaco, al que hace referencia el poster que ha subido, McH:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seqYJ9azUbw

llumia
19/05/2021, 16:43
Algunos datos, cortessía de la Scuderia Ferrari:

Monaco Grand Prix: facts & figures:



4. The number of cars that finished the 1966 Monaco GP. The race in the Principality has always been extremely tough on man and machinery: a tiny driving error lands you in the barriers, while the bumpy track provides a stern test for the car's mechanical components. Jackie Stewart won for BRM that year, ahead of Lorenzo Bandini (Cooper) and the two BRMs of Graham Hill and the American Bob Bondurant, who was last, five laps down. Points for fifth and sixth places were therefore not assigned. In 1996, again only four cars actually crossed the finish line, with Olivier Panis a surprising winner for Ligier ahead of David Coulthard in a McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren) and the two Saubers of Johnny Herbert and Heinz-Harald Frentzen. This time, three other drivers, Mika Salo, Mika Hakkinen and Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s Eddie Irvine were also classified, having parked up at the side of the track a few laps before the finish.


4+1. Monegasque drivers who have raced in Formula 1. The first was Louis Alexander Chiron, who finished third in his home race in 1950, which marked Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s debut in the category, competing in the first of its 1012 Formula 1 races. Chiron took part in 15 GPs from 1950 to 1955. Then came Andre Testut, who tried in vain to qualify for the 1958 and '59 Monaco GPs in a Maserati. Next up representing the Principality in Formula 1 was Olivier Henri Aldo Leopold Beretta, who took part in nine races in 1994 at the wheel of a Larrousse, never scoring any points. Lastly, Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) who, at the wheel of an Alfa Romeo (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/15/alfa-romeo) Sauber (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/9/sauber) and then with Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) Mission Winnow, is the most successful Monegasque driver, with two wins from 63 starts, seven pole positions, twelve podium finishes and 441 points. Dutchman, Robert Doornbos raced under a Monegasque license and took part in eight Grands Prix with Minardi in 2005.



14. The lowest grid position from which the Monaco race has been won. It happened in the crazy 1996 race won by Olivier Panis in the Ligier. In fact, up until then, out of 66 races, the winner had started from the front row 45 times (68%) and 30 times from pole position. In terms of podium finishes, the biggest climb up the order came in 1979, when Clay Regazzoni went from 16th to second, behind Jody Scheckter in the Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari). Another noteworthy performance came from Eddie Irvine at the wheel of a Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) F310B in 1997: the man from Northern Ireland started from 15th on the grid and fought his way up to third in the race won by his team-mate Michael Schumacher, ahead of Rubens Barrichello in the Stewart.


55. Years of age – 55 years and 292 days to be precise, for Louis Chiron when he started the 1955 Monaco GP. On the 22nd May that year, the Monegasque set a record that remains unbeaten to this day, as the oldest driver to have started a Grand Prix. The oldest GP winner is, instead, Italy's Luigi Fagioli, who was victorious in France in 1951 at the age of 53 years and 22 days.


1929. The year of the first Monaco Grand Prix. The race was the brainchild of tobacco distributor Antony Noghes, also regarded as the inventor of the chequered flag. He was the president of the ACM (Automobile Club de Monaco) and obtained the support of Prince Louis II. Back then, the circuit was already pretty similar to the one used today, although it measured just 3.180 kilometres, as the double chicane at the Swimming Pool and the Rascasse-Antony Noghes corner combination was just a single turn next to a petrol pump, hence its name the Gasometer corner. 16 drivers were invited to take part and lots were drawn to decide the grid order. Pole was grabbed by Frenchman Philippe Etancelin and the race was won by Englishman William Grover-Williams (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/11/williams) in a Bugatti, who went home with the impressive sum of a 100,000 French Francs.

https://www.pitpass.com/69721/Monaco-GP-Preview-Ferrari

llumia
19/05/2021, 16:46
La carga de trabajo de un piloto a lo largo de una vuelta al trazado monegasco:

A driver's workload over the course of a lap of MonacoWatching from the outside, some may feel that driving an F1 car looks easy. But, little do they know the intense workload involved in completing a lap successfully... especially at Monaco.

Driving an F1 car relies upon the same basic inputs as any car - steering, throttle, gearshifts, brakes - but all with an increased intensity, and with the driver operating under extreme gravitational forces.


On a street circuit like Monaco, the margin for error on those basic inputs is minimal - every element of a driver's workload on the roads of Monte Carlo is heightened and made all the more difficult by the near-constant twists and turns.


The gearshift points in particular are a constant focus for drivers. They will make approximately 25 upshifts and 25 downshifts around the 2.073 mile (3.337 kms) circuit in the just over 70 seconds it takes to complete a lap, and they will be assisted by shift lights on the steering wheel and a beep in their ear to aid timing, in pursuit of every millisecond.


Baku has the most gear changes of any track on the F1 calendar, with 70, but this is due to the long straights and considerably longer layout.


With a top speed in Monaco of just 180 mph (290 km/h), compared to 217 mph (350 km/h) at Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), the 50 shift changes a driver makes each lap will never involve eighth gear. However, in Monaco, they do use first gear, which is a rarity in F1.


On a modern-day Formula One car, the driver has a multi-function steering wheel allowing a limited range of set-up changes to be made at speed while out on track, from corner to corner. The majority of set-up changes, though, must be made in the garage.


Rotary switches and buttons on the steering wheel enable the driver to adjust a number of set-up variables including brake balance, engine power modes, rates of engine braking, and differential-tweaks to encourage over or understeer.


On a tight circuit like Monaco, there is no classic 'straight' entirely free from steering lock - the run into Turn 1 lasts just five seconds and the blast through the Tunnel is seven seconds at high-speed while turning, which makes removing one hand for steering wheel adjustments very challenging.


Just 45% of the lap time is spent at full throttle, compared to somewhere like Monza (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/13/monza), where drivers spend 78% of the lap time with their foot to the floor on the accelerator pedal.


"It's all about practice, all about repetitions and preparation," says Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas). "It doesn't come easy, but it does get easier, that's for sure. Some inputs, with practice, become pretty automatic. You are really trying to bring on the muscle memory for certain things and you start to know exactly in which corners you can change the settings for."


Unwanted driver input is also a factor engineers account for, particularly in Monaco due to the tight hairpin - the slowest corner on the F1 calendar and taken in first gear. The turn requires 180-degrees of steering lock, with the driver's arms having to cross, which sometimes leads to unintentional button or rotary changes. To combat this, specific guards are put in place on the steering wheel for Monaco. The design of the buttons and rotary switches themselves are derived from fighter aircraft controls - a similar high-speed, high-stress environment with the operator wearing gloves.


So, while we can all relate to the required inputs of driving a car, every single element is taken to unimaginable and super-human levels in Formula One because of the speed of the machinery and in Monaco, the ever-present dangers of the barriers and walls.


While completing a lap, the driver's vision at high-speed and their ability to react quickly to any changes in the environment is crucial. This is especially challenging at a track like Monaco, which is narrow and twisty, with blind corners and potential surprises around every one of its 19 corners (eight left-handers and 11 right-handers).


As the weekend progresses, the drivers are filtering through different reference points to pick the quickest lines, the latest braking points and progressively build confidence. This is particularly crucial in Monaco, knowing any accidents in the practice sessions could limit their running and even their chances to take part in qualifying. So, the secret to mastering Monaco really is consistency, building speed throughout the weekend and delivering a continuous crescendo towards that ultimate lap time.


As the driver approaches a corner, the first part of their thought process is picking the line and the route they want to take through the corner. Then the mind starts shifting to the braking zone and where exactly to hit the brakes, and then in that braking phase, it's all about moving the focus onto the apex and really nailing the line they had decided on. During the apex, they shift focus onto the exit of the corner and that process repeats itself with every turn and every lap. The car can be nervous on exit around Monaco as the car balance is geared towards a precise entry so with a narrow track, the drivers must tread carefully when laying down the power between corners.


"Visually, it's pretty busy, especially in Monaco," explains Bottas. "There's a lot to look out for, so it's really challenging, from a mental side of things, and you are all the time picking out different reference points to make you fast."


With limited overtaking opportunities, single lap pace in qualifying is vital which puts pressure on the outlap to ensure the car crosses the start line in optimum shape to begin the timed run. The driver will adjust their brake balance continuously through the outlap while weaving, accelerating and braking to generate temperature in the brakes and tyres, while also charging the ERS system so they have maximum power to deploy on the timed lap. The driver will be receiving frequent feedback from their race engineer on the radio, keeping their eyes on the mirrors for traffic and selecting the correct power unit mode to achieve the best time.


The workload of a driver at every race track does differ depending on whether they are competing in qualifying or the race. In qualifying, everything is about maximum performance and pushing to the absolute limit, so therefore the intensity is at a completely different level. But in the race, the driver is thinking about much more than the absolute performance of the lap, with a more long-term mindset, considering tyre management, fuel and energy management, Safety Cars and battles for position also thrown into the mix.
Monaco is a punishing track with no run-offs, just concrete walls and barriers, and the relentless nature of the circuit is what makes it so special, creating a unique challenge for the drivers.


"For me, personally, in terms of workload for the driver, Monaco is the toughest because there is no time to rest" says Bottas. "It is literally corner after corner, and even the straights aren't really straight, you are always turning even just a little bit.


"The main straight is the biggest, if not the only, breathing space a driver gets and even that goes pretty quickly in an F1 car! It's definitely a challenge."


All F1 tracks come with their own challenges and interesting characteristics, whether it's on the streets of Monte Carlo or around sweeping, high-speed circuits such as Silverstone or Suzuka, which put the driver through much higher g-forces and include a wider range of corner types.


In Monaco, though, that challenge and intensity is crammed into a super-short, super-quick lap that requires maximum precision and maximum concentration. There's no relenting. One slip of focus, and the driver and team's hard work will be wiped away.

https://www.pitpass.com/69723/A-drivers-workload-over-the-course-of-a-lap-of-Monaco

McHouserphy
19/05/2021, 19:29
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McHouserphy
19/05/2021, 19:32
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GoVal
19/05/2021, 19:59
Más datos de Pirelli.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1w_AgdWEAAoQcb.jpg:large

GoVal
19/05/2021, 20:03
No hay hilo de Mónaco completo sin sus correspondientes fotos de cascos con diseños especiales. :sisi1:


Este es el que llevará Leclerc.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1xFpk3XoAIe26H.jpg:large


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1xFpk6WUAE6bww.jpg:large


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GoVal
19/05/2021, 20:04
Albert Fabrega @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) · 3h (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/1395025604009938946)


Nuevo suelo para Alfa Romeo. Estilo Z con aletas verticales extra.

New floor for Alfa Romeo. Z style. With extra vertical fins.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1wgYyNXsAAT09d.jpg:large

GoVal
19/05/2021, 20:08
El casco de Ricciardo. :love10: :love10: :love10: :love10: :love10:


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1xJn3_WEAASt_N.jpg:large



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1xJqVIWQAMnzMz.jpg:large


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E1xJr1oWUAAblau.jpg:large

McHouserphy
20/05/2021, 13:31
Los números de la F.P. 1:

https://imgur.com/r76dlFv.png

https://imgur.com/sRSppl9.png

GoVal
20/05/2021, 14:59
FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2021 - Montecarlo
Resultados FP1
Jueves, 20 de mayo de 2021



Checo PÉREZ ha sido el más rápido en la primera sesión de hoy. VERSTAPPEN ha terminado 3º, a 161 milésimas.

Entre ellos ha finalizado Carlos SAINZ.

Fernando ALONSO terminó 13º y con el alerón delantero dañado al rozar las protecciones.

LECLERC no pudo rodar por problemas con la caja de cambios.



https://i.imgur.com/LD8BXow.png


https://i.imgur.com/iZ245o8.png


https://i.imgur.com/r0q7kFo.png


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McHouserphy
20/05/2021, 14:59
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GoVal
20/05/2021, 15:54
Jolín con los de Amazon con Mazepin y Ferrari. En el gráfico de cómo se prevé que quedarían en calificación según los tiempos de la FP2 ponen "unexpected result". :roto2rie: :roto2rie:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E11fPiaWQAUX8WD.jpg:large

GoVal
20/05/2021, 16:02
La sesión ha finalizado antes de tiempo al aparecer la bandera roja por un toque contra las protecciones de Mick Schumacher.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E11geWKXIAUC10j.jpg:large



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GoVal
20/05/2021, 16:05
McLaren con el logo de Mercedes.



https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksVT/status/1395378916689432576?s=20

McHouserphy
20/05/2021, 16:47
Los números de la F.P. 2:

https://imgur.com/jmUrZfI.png

https://imgur.com/E1qFnLc.png

GoVal
20/05/2021, 16:57
FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2021 - Montecarlo
Resultados FP2
Jueves, 20 de mayo de 2021



Termina la sesión con doblete de Ferrari, con Charles LECLERC liderando la clasificación seguido por Carlos SAINZ a 112 milésimas.

Tras ellos han terminado HAMILTON y VERSTAPPEN, con sólo 7 milésimas entre ambos.

Los Alpine han pasado bastante desapercibidos con ALONSO terminando 12º y OCON 14º.

Un error de TUSNODA le ha hecho perderse gran parte de la sesión.



https://i.imgur.com/BB4PNZV.png


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


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


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GoVal
20/05/2021, 17:09
Jajajaja. Vettel ha tenido problemas en el ojo durante la segunda sesión. Esto le han dado en el equipo. :cunaooooo:



https://twitter.com/F1/status/1395395451550056458?s=20

GoVal
20/05/2021, 17:27
:elrisas:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E11xmArWYAYet0V.jpg:large

GoVal
20/05/2021, 17:28
Datos de Pirelli tras las dos sesiones de entrenamiento de hoy.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E11xrG4WUAEucSx.jpg:large

GoVal
20/05/2021, 17:48
Diferencia entre compuestos.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E114votWQAAEXK1.jpg:large

GoVal
20/05/2021, 19:13
Cambios típicos en Mónaco.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E11K1AuWUAM-uJn.jpg:large


https://twitter.com/RacEng2/status/1395353738550857732?s=20

deivison
21/05/2021, 02:08
Treinos livres de quinta-feira do GP de Mônaco
Começando com o #Piquetlixo

Antes de começar o resumo do dia em Mônaco, eu quero falar daquela patética situação, onde aquele patético piloto que dependeu da Globo para ser idolatrado (não estou falando do Senna) e que hoje fala aquela hashtag babaca menosprezando um canal que é um das maiores emissoras do mundo e que cobriu a formula 1 por quase 40 anos seguidos.

O que dizer de um ser em decomposição (em todos os sentidos) chamado Nelson Piquet. Para mim, não diz muita coisa a não ser um piloto genial nas pistas, mas um babaca como um ser humano, uma pessoa escrota, fala as piores atrocidades sobre outros pilotos, principalmente falando de Ayrton Senna. Uma espécie de recalcado, que tem inveja de tudo que o Senna representa para o Brasil e de tudo que ele não representou e que não vai representar jamais.

O vídeo dele falando que a #globolixo não vai mostrar uma inauguração de uma ponte (Que começou no governo Dilma) e que não é nada mais que a obrigação se a obra estiver pronta em inaugurar, Claro que a Rede Globo não vai mostrar sua criancice, nem mesmo a do Babaca dono daquela loja com a Estatua da liberdade (Os Estados Unidos poderia processar esse cara por usar o símbolo de um importante cartão postal do país para fins mercadológicos) e pior ainda pela escória que esta na presidência da republica, espalhando Covid para todo o lugar que ele anda.

Além do histórico que ele tem, Um dia perguntando as Japonesas que estavam querendo autografo a ele se elas estavam com aquilo coçando (No qual não vou falar por educação). Outra vez, Piquet falou que Senna usava o número 12 porque era meio viado e até hoje, o recalcado fica insinuando que Senna era Gay.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Inglaterra_1988_F1-31.jpgNelson Piquet é um exemplo de um babaca frustrado pelo sucesso de outras pessoasNa moral, o cara se preocupa com isso de Senna ser ou não ser gay, não sei porque já que ele era o tricampeão do Mundo de Formula 1. Se fosse verdade? Qual era o problema de Senna ser um Gay? Isso seria um demérito para a cabeça ultrapassada dessa figura em decomposição? Para mim, não, nunca, não deveria ser. Piquet deveria ficar quieto pra não falar besteira.

Nelson Piquet não acrescenta em nada ao automobilismo e nem se quer para a sociedade, não passa de um homem mal educado e recalcado, um frustrado que simboliza muito bem o super Herói brasileiro, o mito dos idiotas comandando um país boçal e atrasado (Toda a nação tem o Herói que merece, Bolsonaro é Brasileiro e o símbolo de um Brasil retrogrado e escroto).


Ferrari na frente nos treinos livres em Monte Carlo

Depois de falar de um piloto que nunca ganhou o GP de Mônaco, vamos falar dos treinos livres de quinta-feira, que revelaram uma Ferrari vigorosa e que pode penetrar na disputa entre os pilotos da Mercedes e Red Bull. Charles Leclerc foi o mais rápido seguido de Carlos Sainz jr., os dois ficaram bem a frente de Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen e Valtteri Bottas (3º, 4º e 5ºlugares respectivamente) que são os três dominadores do mundial.
http://portalsportszone.com.br/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/F1_monaco2021_quinta-27-1024x683.jpg

Numa pista onde o motor não conta muito, pode ser que a Ferrari apronte até mesmo um lugar no pódio. A torcida esta toda do lado de Leclerc. Porém, o piloto monegasco não conseguiu ver a bandeirada de chegada nenhuma vez em corridas nas ruas de Monte Carlo. Para obter um grande resultado, Leclerc terá que quebrar esse tabu.


Sergio Perez foi o mais rápido na primeira sessão pode também brigar pela vitória. A definição da pole position no sábado será bem acirrada. Fiquem de olho em 2 pilotos: Pierre Gasly da Alpha Tauri e Lando Norris da Mclaren. Os dois muito bem nos treinos livres podem aprontar uma surpresa até mesmo numa 2ªfila ou quem sabe numa primeira fila (prova disso é Lando Norris que quase arranjou primeira fila em Imola). A Alfa Romeo mostrou um bom desempenho no dia de hoje e pode finalmente sair de Mônaco com seus primeiros pontos na temporada (Sairia de Imola com os 2 pontos de Kimi Raikkonen se não fosse punido em 30 segundos depois da corrida).


Somente no domingo saberemos se vamos ter uma grande corrida ou se vai ser aquela corrida chata e sonífera como aconteceu em alguns anos em que esperava muita coisa. No Sábado, as 7 da manhã será realizado o 3ªtreino livre e as 10 da manhã, será realizada a sessão de classificação para a definição do Grid de largada da 5ªetapa do Mundial de Formula 1.
Resultado dos Treinos Livres de Quinta-feira
1ºTreino Livre


pos

piloto
equipe
chassis
motor
tempo
nºVoltas


1
11
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:12.487
36


2
55
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:12.606
32


3
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:12.648
39


4
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:12.929
37


5
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.995
34


6
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:13.131
36


7
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:13.236
31


8
5
Sebastian Vettel
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:13.732
33


9
22
Yuki Tsunoda
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:13.746
39


10
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.081
31


11
18
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:14.090
33


12
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.106
27


13
14
Fernando Alonso
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:14.205
37


14
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:14.268
41


15
3
Daniel Ricciardo
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:14.281
36


16
31
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:14.320
37


17
9
Nikita Mazepin
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.616
33


18
47
Mick Schumacher
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.801
35


19
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:14.840
35


20
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:19.618
4


2ºTreino Livre


pos

piloto
equipe
chassis
motor
tempo
nºVoltas


1
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.684
30


2
55
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.796
32


3
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.074
28


4
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:12.081
27


5
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.107
32


6
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.379
24


7
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:12.498
28


8
11
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:12.708
24


9
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:12.746
28


10
5
Sebastian Vettel
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.982
26


11
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:13.065
31


12
14
Fernando Alonso
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:13.175
27


13
18
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:13.195
26


14
31
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:13.199
28


15
3
Daniel Ricciardo
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:13.257
26


16
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:13.509
32


17
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:13.593
31


18
9
Nikita Mazepin
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.407
26


19
47
Mick Schumacher
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.416
25


20
22
Yuki Tsunoda
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:14.829
11


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Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Red Bull/Mclaren/Aston Martin/Alpine/Ferrari/Alpha Tauri/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/treinos-livres-de-quinta-feira-do-gp-de-monaco/

yorch
21/05/2021, 05:26
https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/hamilton-monaco-gp-weekend-format-needs-to-change/6511774/

Supongo que tema recurrente cada año en Monaco.

Casi nunca puedo ver clasi en directo por el curro pero este año si, y no me la pierdo, pero lo que es carrera lo dudo.

llumia
21/05/2021, 12:54
Impresiones de los equipos, después de la primera jornada de Prácticas:

Monaco GP: Practice team notes - MercedesLewis and Valtteri managed P5 and P6 respectively in a solid, if not spectacular, morning practice session.

Lewis managed P3 in the afternoon session on the Soft tyres, with Valtteri P5 on the same compound. Both drivers completed some balance work on a range of short and long runs.

Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): Everyone loves to drive here - the weather has been great and this track is rapid, absolutely mesmerising, so I've enjoyed today. The Ferraris look really strong, which is great, it means more competition.


For me personally, this is a track where you need to walk before you can run but you've got to do that quickly, obviously. The grip on this track is really high this year, they've redone the surface so there's a lot of grip.


Whichever track you go to, the car never gives you everything you want immediately, you need to acclimatise. From a driver's point of view, you're experimenting - you've got to dial-in your driving style, figure out where you can and can't push, where you've got to give up some time to get some, and you've got to really work with the car.


The car is good, we've made some decent steps with the balance so generally I'm very happy. I've got some changes I'll make this evening as we analyse today and it's going to be close tomorrow, which is exciting.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): It's nice to be back on this track after a two-year gap, it's still so tight around here with very little space. It's very demanding and I feel like we still have work to do with the cars - from my side, I'm lacking some front end on this circuit. We've had similar issues at other tracks, mainly in mid-corner but here, it's all slow-speed corners and if you don't have a good feeling at the front, you can lose time easily.
Our car also feels quite stiff on the bumps and cambers in the corners which we'll look into.


It will be important to turn the tyres on quickly and get them working. Today for the first lap, I couldn't get them to work immediately so we need to work hard on that for tomorrow. Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) look quick, as do Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull), so it's not only about two teams which will be a lot of fun.


Andrew Shovlin: For a Monaco Thursday this one has been relatively straightforward. Traffic is always a feature and as expected, the shorter sessions make it hard to do much by way of long runs. That said, we've covered the majority of what we set out to and we have a decent understanding of our limitations and the areas that we need to improve. This season we've learnt to expect Max's company in the battle at the front but it was a surprise to us to see both Ferraris looking so strong; you don't need to scrutinise the timesheets for long to see that their pace is genuine - they could be real contenders for the win.

We've got an extra day to work on things tomorrow which is handy as it feels like we need to improve both our single lap and long run performance, but Monaco is all about putting together the entire weekend and today was a pretty decent start.

https://www.pitpass.com/69741/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Mercedes

llumia
21/05/2021, 12:57
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - Red Bull
Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "It of course feels good to be back out on track in Monaco and although we did quite well in FP1, this afternoon's session was tricky and I would have hoped that we could have been faster. We were too slow in FP2 and we really need to find some pace because everyone has traffic, you have to look to optimum lap times and optimum sectors and we were quite off. I usually feel quite comfortable in the car but that has not come yet this weekend. Luckily, we have a free day tomorrow to look at a few things to improve to make sure qualifying goes well on Saturday."

Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "It's great to drive in Monaco again after not racing here last year. I'm enjoying it a lot as it's such a fantastic track. We had a very good FP1 and the car was feeling strong, we made a few changes between sessions and I think maybe we took a step backwards but it's hard to really know as I had traffic on my soft tyre run. I think we probably have work to do on our short runs but we have lots of information to look at now ahead of qualifying on Saturday when hopefully we can be in the mix. Even though he missed most of FP1, Charles still managed to end the session fastest so the Ferraris are looking strong but let's see who sits where on Saturday when it counts."

https://www.pitpass.com/69738/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Red-Bull

llumia
21/05/2021, 12:58
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - McLarenLando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "A decent day, I'm happy. I think we made some good progress between the sessions. It's very tight, as expected, especially to the guys behind, but we also look not far off the guys ahead. We have a chance to capitalise on mistakes that they might make. I feel comfortable in the car but there's definitely some more to unlock going into Saturday, and into qualifying. So, tomorrow we can spend the day looking over the data to see what improvements we can make for the rest of the weekend."

Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "Back on the streets! It's nice to be back here for sure, it's a good track and I love it. Despite that, today wasn't a great day, we've got some work to do. We've got the evening and all day tomorrow to work it out, but this is why I love Monaco, you get a day off to really get into it, reset, and have a look at where we're missing out.


"I think by Saturday I'll be all good and we'll figure it out, but today it just felt like a little bit of a stalemate at times. We've got some work to do, but the sun is shining, and we'll get back out there on Saturday and have some fun."


Andrea Stella, Executive Director, Racing: "It is a great feeling to be back in Monaco, it's full of history - but it's also a very challenging place to run Formula 1 cars! With these shortened FP1 and FP2 sessions you always feel that you're fighting the clock for the time to test things - and here there's quite a lot to test in terms of set-up and understanding the tyres.


"Overall, we were able to get through our plan and we're happy with the data we've acquired. There's work to be done tonight and tomorrow to improve the car to make sure we're ready for qualifying which is, of course, always important here."

https://www.pitpass.com/69748/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-McLaren

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:00
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - Aston Martin

Sebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "I think everybody is happy to be back here at this special track and it is great to see fans in the grandstands, even though the numbers are still limited. The morning session went well, and I got into a rhythm quickly, but the afternoon was more complicated because I got something in my eye, which was quite uncomfortable and caused my eye to tear up. As usual, it is very close in the midfield, which means getting everything perfect on Saturday afternoon, and being lucky with the traffic, is what matters. I feel happy with the work we did today and if we can get everything together over the weekend, we can hopefully be near the front of the midfield group."

Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "It is great to be back here in Monaco, especially after the race did not take place last year. I had a lot of fun out there today - building up speed and getting close to the walls. It was very busy on track, with a lot of traffic, and not easy to find free air, which is always a major factor on Saturday and Sunday, too. The sessions went smoothly, giving us lots of information and things to improve before final practice. There is a chance to catch our breath tomorrow with a quiet day, but we still have some engineering meetings to see what ideas we can come up with ahead of qualifying."

https://www.pitpass.com/69743/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Aston-Martin

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:02
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - AlpineAlpine F1 Team ran a smooth Thursday practice programme today as Formula 1 returned to the streets of Monaco for the first time in two years.

For Esteban and Fernando, though, it's been three years away from the Principality as they hit the 3.337km course for the first time since 2018.


Their programme today consisted of getting back up to speed and used to the demands of the tricky and twisty, armco-lined circuit.


Both drivers began Free Practice 1 on Hard (C3) tyres. Fernando clipped the wall at the Turn 17/18 complex midway through the session, which caused some damage to the front wing. After nursing his car back to the pit lane no further damage was discovered to the front left suspension on his A521, and he resumed his day on Mediums (C4).


In Free Practice 2 both drivers completed initial laps on Mediums before switching focus to Softs (C5) for the first time of the day. To finish Thursday practice, both cars sampled the car on high fuel, Esteban on Softs, with Fernando on Mediums.


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "Practice day went quite smoothly in terms of doing what we needed to do, which was understanding the car, finding a rhythm and identifying any issues. We didn't figure out everything, but we'll go through and analyse that tonight and also tomorrow on the free day. We'll be working hard to find those tenths we're missing at the moment. There's also a little bit more to come from me in terms of pushing the car to the limit. It was nice to see fans around the circuit today and having their support again.

It's definitely feeling like the normality of before, which is good and motivating when we're in the car."


Fernando Alonso (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/1/fernando-alonso): "It was an intense day as it always is on Thursday in Monaco. I think we did a good job with 64 laps in total, building some confidence in the car, which is very useful, so I'm happy with that.

There are a lot of things to analyse as we tried some new updates, but we'll look over it tonight and tomorrow and aim to be strong for qualifying. Traffic management will be difficult, and we saw a snapshot of how tough it is to have a clean lap here in both the morning and afternoon sessions. Managing this well could be key to a good qualifying position on Saturday."


Davide Brivio, Racing Director: "We completed a lot of laps today and can take a good amount of data from both sessions. We tried some minor updates this morning and adjusted things for FP2 where we saw some small improvements. We need to look through all of our data tonight and tomorrow, to see what we can further improve and do it better ahead of qualifying, which we all know is key around Monaco. It will be even more challenging on Saturday, but it's the same for everyone, so we'll focus on putting the cars and drivers in the best shape possible."

https://www.pitpass.com/69739/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Alpine

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:03
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - FerrariThe Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) Mission Winnow drivers, Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) and Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz), topped the time sheet at the end of the second free practice session for the Monaco Grand Prix. A good sign for the rest of the weekend, although it must be judged with the usual caution, especially as the two teams at the top of the championship standings did not show their full potential today.

The first session definitely did not get off to the best of starts for Charles, who after just four laps had to pit with a gearbox problem. However, Carlos got through his planned programme, completing 32 laps, all of them on the Pirelli Medium tyres. His best time of 1:12.606 was good enough for second place on the time sheet.


In the afternoon, the team ran different programmes with each driver. On his first run, Sainz used the Hard tyres, while Leclerc, back on track having had his gearbox changed, used the set of Mediums he had been unable to try in the morning. Both men then switched to the Softs for the qualifying simulation, setting their best times: 1:11.684 for Charles (30 laps); 1:11.796 for Carlos (32 laps).


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): It was quite a surprise to have the day end so well, after we had a difficult start this morning. It's important to do as many laps as possible, especially here in Monaco, and with the issue we had in FP1 I only completed 4 laps.


In FP2, I felt at ease with the car and we may even have a bit of margin there to improve. But we shouldn't get too carried away, because I am convinced that our competitors have more in hand. We have a day of work ahead of us tomorrow, and we will only know where we really stand on Saturday.

Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): It has been a very positive first day for the team here in Monaco, but we know it is only practice. Things can change a lot from Thursday to Saturday at this track, so we will stay focused. Despite being quite happy with the car, we'll keep working hard over the next two days to understand where we can improve. I really missed driving around these streets. I enjoyed myself in both sessions, pushing the car little by little to try to find the limit. Lets' fine-tune everything to put together a strong Saturday!

https://www.pitpass.com/69747/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Ferrari

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:05
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "It's been a very good day for us. In terms of pace it was great and this morning was a strong way to start here in Monaco - I felt confident in the car and could push hard. This afternoon we finished within the top ten, so we're still pretty pleased with that, but it was a lot harder in the car.

Hopefully I can work with the guys over the next day to improve in the areas where we are struggling but generally, we are quite happy with it. Monaco is so unique - in terms of grip and it's also very bumpy - so we need to find out what works best with our package to make it work well around here. We have a good baseline but hopefully we can continue to improve ahead of Qualifying, as we know how crucial it is to Qualify well around these streets."

Yuki Tsunoda (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/71/yuki-tsunoda): "Sadly, my second session ended early today - I wasn't pushing too hard into the corner, but I lost grip at the end of the turn and unfortunately tapped the wall. I'm not sure how much this will affect my preparation for the race, obviously a loss of running isn't ideal, but I've got two sets of Softs for Saturday now so it's not the worst case. I just need to prepare more for Saturday and put it altogether when it counts."


Jonathan Eddolls (Chief Race Engineer): "The track started very green for free practice one, which meant there was very low grip. With the compound allocation this weekend we had a hard tyre to essentially use up for our first stint, which allowed us to get a feeling for the track. We then moved to the Softs for more of a performance run, which focussed on giving the drivers as many laps as possible. FP1 went very well, with both drivers building up their confidence lap by lap and putting in a good performance, whilst helping us understand the set-up of the car, which is very difficult here in Monaco. We tried to carry this momentum into FP2 and on Pierre's side he performed well and the pace looked good. Unfortunately, Yuki just clipped the rear in the last sector and this sadly damaged the suspension. Due to the time it takes to fix this part of the car, that was the end of the day for him. It puts him a bit on the back foot ahead of Qualifying, but he's still got another session to go on Saturday morning, so we'll give him the best possible preparation ahead of Qualifying."

https://www.pitpass.com/69742/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-AlphaTauri

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:07
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - Alfa RomeoThe sun shining above, the waters of the Mediterranean glistening in the harbour, the noise of the engines breaking through the city: the first day of action in the first Monaco Grand Prix weekend in two years didn't disappoint, with all the hallmark features of one of the world's most famous motorsport events.
The thrill and jeopardy of Monaco was present too: cars glanced the barriers, sometimes a caress, sometimes a bit more of a slap; drivers built up their confidence in the tiny confines of the narrow track; and fans - yes, fans - enjoyed the spectacle of 20 cars being driven in anger around the streets of the Principality.


For the Alfa Romeo (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/15/alfa-romeo) Racing ORLEN team, it was a positive first day of action: no major issues to hamper the day's running, plenty of data to analyse and some comforting first responses from the stopwatch.


Tomorrow, as traditional in Monaco, the cars will remain in the garage: the quest for performance will be a bit less rushed, but just as thorough as usual. Qualifying is crucial around here: it's one of those clichés that are well-steeped in reality, and this year it will be no different.


Cars tearing up the roads of Monte-Carlo. How we missed that.


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "Today was ok, a straightforward day without big issues. So far, so good, but Saturday is where it matters. We can definitely still improve but so can the others, so we will need to extract all we can for the car and see where that puts us on Saturday. Conditions today were good, but we can't be drawn into making comparisons with other weekends: this track is so unique. It doesn't matter anyways, so long as we're competitive!"


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It has been a positive start to our weekend and I am very happy with the work we did today. FP1 was ok and already in FP2 I felt the balance of the car had improved. I am happy with P9 at the end of the day, but it's qualifying when it really matters: we have to keep being on the pace. I think Monaco is such a unique track, hard to compare with anything else, and I think it really suits us: if we can improve a little more ahead of Saturday, we can be confident."

https://www.pitpass.com/69744/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Alfa-Romeo

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:23
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - HaasThe fifth round of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship began with practice on Thursday at Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo as teams prepared for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.

Thursday's track running consisted of two 60-minute sessions - FP1 and FP2 - on the 3.337-kilometer (2.074-mile), 19-turn circuit.


FP1 saw both VF-21:s take to the streets of Monte Carlo running the Pirelli P Zero Red soft rubber exclusively in the session. Their early wake-up runs netted Schumacher a fastest lap of 1:16.668 with Mazepin logging a 1:16.393. A return to the garage for a second set of brand-new softs was followed by additional baseline running - mileage in Monaco crucial to get both rookies up to speed. As grip continued to improve Mazepin subsequently set his best lap with a 1:14.616 - good for 17th overall, while a 1:14.801 from Schumacher placed the German 18th on the timesheet. A short final stint on high-fuel took both cars to the checkered flag.


A baseline outing on the Yellow medium tires started the FP2 run plan on both sides of the garage before Mazepin and Schumacher switched to the soft rubber for qualifying sims. A 1:14.407 effort from Mazepin netted 18th while Schumacher was one spot back in 19th with a fastest lap of 1:14.416. High-fuel runs were to follow but the session was ultimately red flagged in the final minutes after Schumacher contacted the barrier at Massenet on the run to Casino Square. With suspension damage and a right rear puncture, Schumacher was forced to park his VF-21 bringing Thursday's activities to an early close.


Uralkali Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team ran a total of 119 laps on Friday across FP1 and FP2 - 59 by Mazepin and 60 by Schumacher.


Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin): "Monaco is just unbelievable to be at, regardless if you're driving or not - it's just something else. It was a very good day today for us. The team has done a fantastic job to come away from a difficult weekend in Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona). I had the necessary confidence in the car today that I needed. Surprising to say given the season so-far, but I had so much fun in the car, it actually felt like it was a day off - it was just cool to drive. Looking ahead, there's much less room to let cars by here, and we're under no illusion about being lapped at this race with our current pace. But for today, all was good."


Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher): "I think in general the day went very well - I felt I got comfortable in the car. Obviously, we know what we have to improve, those areas where we know we lost a bit of time. One of the big things here in Monaco is how much traffic you'll encounter on a lap. Unfortunately, we got some on our laps today, but I think in general it's the same for everyone else. On our last run in FP2 we had a small issue but even that I think is just part of the deal in Monaco. There's no room for mistakes, I made a small mistake, and that's what happened. Now I know the limit and how far I can go. I do feel we're making progress as a team. Here in Monaco we'll just keep doing our jobs, go through our routines, and keep on working to be as prepared as we can for qualifying."


Guenther Steiner: "Not a bad day, actually, quite a good day for us. If you look at the times, it doesn't look like it, but we got a lot of running in and the plan worked - with the exception of the little mishap for Mick (Schumacher) at the end of FP2. The guys just worked hard and improved lap by lap. That's what we asked them to do and I think both guys did a good job. Nikita (Mazepin) was happy with his day, it's built up his confidence a little bit. With Mick, it just seemed like he got a bit close to Checo (Perez) and lost a little bit of downforce and just had a quick oversteer which he couldn't recover from. The car is not too badly damaged. We will be ready for Saturday."

https://www.pitpass.com/69745/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Haas

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:26
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - WilliamsDave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: We've had a useful and productive day here in Monaco. The circuit has proved challenging, but the car and the drivers have risen to that challenge well. We completed a lot of laps on all three of the Pirelli compounds and suffered no damage or issue. We have a day to go through the data before we return to the track on Saturday for the final free practice session. It has been a solid start to the event and are now in a good position to continue to push the car harder as we progress through the weekend.

George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/69746/drivers/66/george-russell): Firstly, it is amazing to be back on the track in Monaco. It is so thrilling pushing the car to the limit. It is obviously really difficult having 20 cars on the track in the space of an hour for everybody to get clear laps. I think we had a productive day; the car is roughly where we expected it to be. The Alfa Romeo (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/15/alfa-romeo)'s look really fast, which is something that we did expect on this kind of circuit. We have a long day tomorrow to analyse everything and I am confident we can make some gains for Saturday.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): Above all else I really enjoyed today. It is my first time here in a Formula One car as well as my first time driving a street track in these cars. It is a lot faster than I remembered in Formula 2 and you really notice the extra width these cars have. It was a lot of fun; we have some things to work on tonight to improve the balance ahead of Saturday. We had a pretty clean day and got confidence lap by lap, so I am happy with where we are.

https://www.pitpass.com/69745/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Haas

llumia
21/05/2021, 13:29
Monaco GP: Practice team notes - PirelliFerrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) was the team to beat in free practice, with Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) edging out his team mate Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz) in the afternoon FP2 session - the only drivers dipping below the 1m12s barrier - while Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull)'s Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez) topped the time sheets in FP1. They all used the P Zero Red soft tyre to set their best times, with the softest compound in the range (called 'C5') making its 2021 debut at Monaco this weekend.

Temperatures were warm and dry all day with track temperatures peaking at 45 degrees centigrade during the afternoon FP2 session. This helped the drivers to maintain tyre temperature, although as usual finding a gap in the Monaco traffic was a challenge.


The performance gap between the tyre compounds is as expected so far: with around 0.8 seconds between the hard and the medium, and a similar gap between the medium and soft.


Mario Isola: "The circuit was actually in good condition for FP2 in particular with significant track evolution, thanks also to the support events. We saw solid performance from all three compounds, with a similar time gap between all of them. As expected, the teams concentrated on the hard and medium in the morning followed by the medium and soft for their performance runs in the afternoon in preparation for qualifying - which of course, takes place the day after tomorrow in Monaco.


"This means that track conditions may be slightly different by the time we get to the crucial qualifying session - with a slight risk of rain before FP3, which might reset the asphalt conditions. Conditions were quite warm today, with track temperatures being a key influence on tyre wear and degradation, which is quite low in Monaco. As a result, we've seen nothing today to suggest that teams will deviate from the usual one-stopper at Monaco, with the soft and the medium preferred, judging from today's run plans."

https://www.pitpass.com/69740/Monaco-GP-Practice-team-notes-Pirelli

GoVal
22/05/2021, 11:47
Albert Fabrega @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) · 1min (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/1396039024909983746)

Detalles del nuevo difusor con dientes de sierra en el Red Bull.

Details of the new serrated edge diffuser on the Red Bull.

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


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GoVal
22/05/2021, 11:57
Anoche llovió en Mónaco y la pista estaba mojada esta mañana. No se esperan más lluvias.

GoVal
22/05/2021, 12:20
Por un pelín.



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GoVal
22/05/2021, 12:50
Cerquita también de que Norris golpeara a Sainz.



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GoVal
22/05/2021, 12:51
Así ha sido lo de Sainz y Norris.



https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksVT/status/1396052460637200385?s=20

GoVal
22/05/2021, 12:54
Bandera roja por accidente de Latifi.


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GoVal
22/05/2021, 13:09
Tras reanudarse la sesión, nueva bandera roja. Esta vez por un fuerte accidente de Schumacher, que vuelve a dejar al resto sin poder practicar las salidas.



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GoVal
22/05/2021, 13:11
Mick desolado.



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GoVal
22/05/2021, 13:47
FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2021 - Montecarlo
Resultados FP3
Sábado, 21 de mayo de 2021



Accidentada sesión con dos banderas rojas y que ha termminado antes de tiempo con Max VERSTAPPEN en lo más alto seguido por los Ferrari.

Carlos SAINZ vuelve a terminar segundo y a tan solo 47 miléximas de Max. A 2 décimas ha terminado LECLERC.

La bandera roja en los últimos minutos no ha permitido ver el verdadero potencial de cara a la calificación. BOTTAS ha terminado 4º a casi medio segundo y HAMILTON 7º a más de 7 décimas.

Los Alpine han vuelto a tener problemas. Fernando ALONSO ha terminado 15º y OCON cierra la clasifiación.

Albert Fabrega ha comentado que el coche de Fernando tenía subviraje y que cuando lo intentaba corregir, entonces tenía sobreviraje. Parece que les está siendo complicado encontrar el equilibrio.



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GoVal
22/05/2021, 13:50
Pues ya tenemos al primer eliminado en Q1.


Albert Fabrega @AlbertFabrega (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega) · 12min (https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/status/1396067872577933314)

Mick Schumacher no tomará parte en la quali. Se está evaluando el daño en el chasis VF21

Mick Schumacher will not participate in Quali. Chassis damage evaluation on his VF-21 on-going

GoVal
22/05/2021, 13:53
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GoVal
22/05/2021, 13:56
La confirmación de Haas de que Mick no participará en la sesión de calificación al haber daños en el chásis.



Haas F1 Team @HaasF1Team (https://twitter.com/HaasF1Team) · 13min (https://twitter.com/HaasF1Team/status/1396068540218740737)

Unfortunately Mick won’t compete in this afternoon’s #MonacoGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MonacoGP?src=hashtag_click) Quali session, due to chassis damage sustained in the #FP3 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/FP3?src=hashtag_click) accident.

#HaasF1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/HaasF1?src=hashtag_click) #MonacoGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MonacoGP?src=hashtag_click)


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GoVal
22/05/2021, 13:57
Los más rápidos por subsectores en los libres 3.



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McHouserphy
22/05/2021, 14:54
los números de la F.P. 3:

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GoVal
22/05/2021, 15:28
Bottas ha sido el más rápido en Q1, seguido por Leclerc y Verstappen.

Carlos Sainz pasa el corte en 5ª posición.

Desastre para Alonso, que se queda fuera al terminar 17º mientras que Ocon ha terminado 10º.

Otro que se queda fuera con gran diferencia con su compañero es Tsunoda. Gasly ha finalizado 6º.


Los elimados en Q1 son:


16 Tsunoda
17 Fernando ALONSO
18 Latifi
19 Mazepin
Schumacher no ha participado.



Tiempos completos de la Q1.


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GoVal
22/05/2021, 15:29
Comparativa de Ocon y Alonso en la T10.



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GoVal
22/05/2021, 15:49
En Q2 el más rápido ha sido Leclerc. Tras él han terminado Verstappen, Bottas y Sainz.

Sorpresa al ver a Ricciardo fuera en un circuito en el que suele ir bien. Norris ha terminado 6º.

Otra sorpresa se ver a Kimi 14º mientras que Giovinazzi pasa a Q3 en 10ª posición.

Ocon no ha pasado por solo 7 décimas.

Alegría de ver a Vettel pasar el corte.


Los eliminados en Q2 son:


11 Ocon
12 Ricciardo
13 Stroll
14 Raikkonen
15 Russell



Los tiempos completos en Q2.


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GoVal
22/05/2021, 15:50
Vuelta ideal en Q1.


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https://twitter.com/niccoloarnerich/status/1396094574498615297?s=20

GoVal
22/05/2021, 15:50
Vuelta ideal en Q2.


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https://twitter.com/niccoloarnerich/status/1396100021779582976?s=20

GoVal
22/05/2021, 16:45
La Q3 acaba con bandera roja por accidente de Leclerc en su última vuelta y cuando tenía la pole, pole que mantiene al no poder mejorar los que iban detrás.



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llumia
22/05/2021, 16:56
A M. Verstappen no le ha gustado el final de la sesión de Clasificación:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeULOgOqo9Y

GoVal
22/05/2021, 17:46
FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2021 - Montecarlo
Resultados Sesión de CALIFICACIÓN
Sábado, 21 de mayo de 2021



Charles LECLERC se convierte en el primer monegasco en lograr la pole en su circuito de casa.

VERSTAPPEN iba mejorando en su segundo intento pero la bandera roja provocada por el accidente de Leclerc le ha impedido terminar la vuelta y tendrá que conformarse con salir segundo mañana.

La tercera plaza ha sido para BOTTAS, que ha tenido menos problemas con su Mercedes que HAMILTON, que ha finalizado 7º a medio segundo de su compañero. Ha comentado que el coche se le comportaba como un coche de rallies. La verdad es que no se le ha visto cómodo en ningún momento.

Junto a él saldrá Carlos SAINZ, que, como Verstappen, estaba decepcionado por no haber podido aprovechar su segundo intento en Q3 debido a la bandera roja. Se ha quedado a sólo 10 milésimas de superar a Bottas.

La tercera línea de salida la cubrirán NORRIS y GASLY, dos pilotos que han hecho una gran calificación, y más si vemos dónde han acabado sus compañeros: RICCIARDO 12º y TSUNODA 16º. Como dice llumia, Gasly habrá recibido la visita de Dr. Marko para pedirle que se porte mañana aguantando a Hamilton detrás lo máximo posible, una tarea que le correspondería a Checo PÉREZ pero al que le será difícil, ya que saldrá 9º. Horner ha comentado que Checo tuvo tráfico, de ahí su mala posición de salida.

Checo saldrá entre Sebastian VETTEL y GIOVINAZZI, otros dos pilotos que han estado bastante mejor que sus compañeros. STROLL partirá 13º con RAIKKONEN justo detrás.

Los 10 primeros saldrán con el neumático blando. El primero que podrá elegir neumático es OCON, que partirá desde la 11ª posición mientras que ALONSO lo hará desde la 17ª, en la que ha sido su peor clasificación desde que estaba en Minardi. Al igual que Hamilton, se ha quejado de lo inestable que era su coche.

RUSSELL volvió a pasar el corte de la Q1 pero no pudo pasar de la 15ª plaza.

Su compañero LATIFI saldrá 18º y MAZEPIN 19º.

SCHUMACHER no pudo salir debido a los daños en el chasis que sufrió su coche en los libres 3. Se supone que la FIA le dará la autorización para correr mañana. Veremos si toma la salida desde la parrilla o desde el pit lane.




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GoVal
22/05/2021, 17:50
El accidente de Leclerc en el que se ve cláramente cómo rompe la suspensión al tocar las protecciones, lo que le hizo irse al muro. Su preocupación ahora es no tener que sustituir la caja de cambios. Horner está cruzando los dedos para que así sea y recuerda que ellos tuvieron que cambiar la caja de cambios de Verstappen en un accidente similar. Habrá que recordarle que cada coche es un mundo y cada accidente diferente.



https://twitter.com/FiftyBucksVT/status/1396104697824563201?s=20

GoVal
22/05/2021, 17:52
A M. Verstappen no le ha gustado el final de la sesión de Clasificación:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeULOgOqo9Y


Jajajaja, sí se le ve un tanto descontento, sí :cunaooooo:. Aunque he echado de menos ver una peineta al pasar por el lugar del accidente. :gaydude:

GoVal
22/05/2021, 17:58
Comparativa de la telemetría de Hamilton y Verstappen en la FP3.



Peke_Formula1 @Peke_Formula1 (https://twitter.com/Peke_Formula1) · 3h (https://twitter.com/Peke_Formula1/status/1396082291873656833)

FP3 Telemetry Sheet - Verstappen (black lines) vs Hamilton (red lines). Looks like Mercedes are losing time in a straight line.. we don't know if that's drag, or engine modes.


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GoVal
22/05/2021, 18:03
Vuelta ideal en Q1. Bottas podría haberse llevado la pole, aunque por poco. Hamilton sólo habría mejorado una plaza.



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https://twitter.com/niccoloarnerich/status/1396107418166251529?s=20

yorch
22/05/2021, 18:04
Jajajaja, sí se le ve un tanto descontento, sí :cunaooooo:. Aunque he echado de menos ver una peineta al pasar por el lugar del accidente. :gaydude:

Es que solo le ha faltado eso, menudo mala leche. Luego sus declaraciones han sido mucho mas calmadas pero vaya reacción de niñato, francamente...

GoVal
22/05/2021, 18:13
Fernando dice que esperaban más del paquete aereodinámico que han traído pero no pudieron encontrar rendimiento en todo el fin de semana (aunque Ocon encontró algo más).



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GoVal
22/05/2021, 19:57
En un primer análisis, Ferrari no ve motivos para sustituir la caja de cambios de Leclerc. Mañana harán más pruebas antes de la carrera para asegurarse. Comentaron que no iban a poner en peligro un buen resultado del equipo por mantener la pole y que si lo creían necesario, cambiarían la caja de cambios.



Scuderia Ferrari @ScuderiaFerrari (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari) · 6min (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari/status/1396160741665878017)


UPDATE: An initial inspection of the gearbox in @Charles_Leclerc (https://twitter.com/Charles_Leclerc)’s car has not revealed any serious damage. Further checks will be carried out tomorrow, to decide if the same gearbox can be used in the race. #MonacoGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MonacoGP?src=hashtag_click)

GoVal
22/05/2021, 19:58
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llumia
22/05/2021, 20:45
Impresiones de los equipos después de la sesión de clasificación:

Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - MercedesValtteri is forced to settle for P3 after a red flag curtailed his final qualifying lap and brought Q3 to a premature end. Lewis starts in P7 on a difficult day with his car lacking grip throughout the session.

Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): On Thursday and even in practice this morning, I didn't have the greatest feeling in the car - we were still struggling with the tyre warm-up and mechanically, the car just isn't made for tracks like this. But I think we maximised everything set-up wise for Quali, we made some changes and I felt comfortable. As qualifying progressed, I saw that we had a chance for pole position so it's a shame I never got to finish the last run - I guess we'll never find out if it was enough but it was a good lap up until the red flag, I was a tenth or two up.


It is great to see many teams out there competing at the front, it's exciting and we are all pushing so much on the track, trying to make every small gain we can. I am sure tomorrow will be a tight battle.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): The car didn't feel too bad on Thursday but we made some changes and it felt terrible today, so we'll have to go back to the drawing board. From my point of view, I just had such a lack of grip out there, which then leads you to try to overdrive and start pushing to get more from it but to no end - it just doesn't improve. So overall, a difficult day. Obviously Valtteri was able to get something out of the car but we have definitely had some problems today.


It's almost impossible to overtake here and from where we are, that's pretty much the case when everyone is running at the same speed. Saturday really is the day. I guess the minimum would be, hopefully, seventh and then we have got to try and somehow see if we can move forwards.


Toto Wolff: It was not a good day for us overall and we need to find out why we couldn't get Lewis' car in a happier place. It was a shame for Valtteri - he was two and a half tenths up on his final lap and had a great chance for pole but crashes happen here in Q3, it's when the drivers are pushing the most.


For the whole day we struggled to generate grip with Lewis' car and it cost him confidence in practice and that carried over into qualifying; we'll work hard to understand why. With Valtteri's car, he was happier in the morning session, could build confidence and his car seemed to be in a better window. Tomorrow will be a tight race, we need to stay patient and look for any opportunities to move forward.


Andrew Shovlin: A frustrating day for both sides of the garage. Valtteri was doing a great job and really getting everything out of the car, he'd been solid all session and had found quite a bit of time on his final run when the session was red flagged so he couldn't finish his lap. Lewis had a more difficult time and was unable to build tyre temperature as well as Valtteri. We'll have to look at that as there isn't anything obvious in their setups to explain it.


P3 and P7 are not the positions where we wanted to be but the race pace and degradation will still be a feature of the race tomorrow and we've shown this year that we are good in that regard - hopefully we can use that to our advantage.

https://www.pitpass.com/69769/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Mercedes

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:46
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - Red BullMax Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "Qualifying around here is a lot of fun. I did a decent first lap in Q3 but the tyres weren't quite in the window and I knew it was going to come down to the last run. My last lap felt really good as I was going into the tunnel, but because of the red flag I couldn't finish it which was frustrating as I felt so comfortable in the car and I knew pole position was on. Obviously Charles is driving very well so I knew it would be tight but everyone back at the factory and here at the track has done an amazing job to get the car to where it is now, especially after we struggled so much on Thursday. I think it's been a very good weekend so far, we recovered well from practice and we're starting on the front row tomorrow, which is the most important thing in Monaco, so it's not too bad. I can be quite happy with second after that red flag and now we just need to finish off the job tomorrow!"

Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "I was making good progress throughout qualifying and then in Q3, the session I thought was going to be the smoothest, turned into the worst one. Things got really messy and it just didn't come together. We seemed to go backwards and we didn't make the progress we hoped or expected to. I was struggling a lot with the dropping temperatures so we changed our approach going into the final session and it just made it worse, and then on my final Q3 run I got traffic in the last sector so I lost the lap. We know how important qualifying is here in Monaco but we'll try and do the best possible job we can to recover tomorrow."

Christian Horner: "It's obviously slightly frustrating not to be on pole and Max was on a mighty final lap, two and a half tenths up on his best and up on Leclerc, but unfortunately with the red flag we were unable to see the end of it. Our glass is half full rather than half empty though and to be on the front row in Monaco with Lewis in P7 is hugely important for the championship fight, so we will focus on the positives rather than the negatives. Sergio was just missing that last bit of confidence and was badly compromised in Q3, with three cars ahead of him at Rascasse costing him quite a bit of time. We all know he can hook it up around here and I'm sure he will have good pace in the race, but as we know it's hard to make progress through the field so he will have a busy afternoon. There is a real opportunity to make an impact on the championship tomorrow and we have to make the most of that. So now it's down to a good start and then it's all to play for."

https://www.pitpass.com/69765/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Red-Bull

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:48
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - McLarenLando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "Really good qualifying - I'm very pleased to be P5. We were only two tenths off pole and just half a tenth off P2 - which isn't a lot - so it was really close. But I feel like I did a good lap and I don't think there was anything more in it. I'm really happy - although knowing that by doing something different you could've maybe gained that half a tenth and quite a few positions is tough, but I'm still pleased with how we did. It was a good day. It's been a good weekend for us, and we extracted everything we could out of the car. On my final Q3 lap especially, we took quite a few risks, but it all paid off and it was definitely one of the best laps I've done in my career. We did a good job today as a team and we just need to try to finish it off tomorrow."

Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "It's more confusing than frustrating at the moment, that's the emotion I'm feeling.

There were some laps that, for sure, were a bit messy which explained maybe a couple of tenths. Since Thursday we've made some progress and this was continuing throughout qualifying with each run. I had to stop at the scales towards the end of Q2, so we didn't have the tyres as we wanted which put us on the back foot a little bit for the final run.


"Usually, you can feel when you're a bit off the pace, but I haven't had that, and I don't feel like I've forgotten how to drive this track. I'm still getting up to speed with the driving style needed to get the maximum out of this car, and maybe that's amplified here in Monaco. But, we know what we need to work on and we'll keep pushing for the race tomorrow."


Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "A mixed qualifying result for us today. Lando continued to show strong pace and finished P5, a few milliseconds from P2, which is encouraging to see. Daniel, after a difficult start here on Thursday, improved continuously through the sessions today. He was put on the back foot for his final run in Q2 due to having to stop at the weighbridge, missing the right tyre preparation. Ending qualifying in P12 still puts us in a position with Daniel to fight for good points.


"Well done to the entire team for another very well-executed qualifying session. This is an iconic track, and we have an iconic livery to celebrate that, the field seems quite mixed up compared to what we usually see, and everything is set up perfectly for an exciting race tomorrow."

https://www.pitpass.com/69773/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-McLaren

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:49
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - Aston MartinSebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "On a track like this, you need confidence, and I think qualifying eighth is a good sign that we are making progress with this car. Already on Thursday, I had a good feeling with the car in practice, and today was just about building on that feeling and progressing in each session. In Q1, it was very tight because we only ran one set of Softs because I wanted to make sure we had a second set for Q3. It worked, but then we were not able to use them [due to Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc)'s crash], which was a shame. However, we can be happy about getting the car into Q3, which means we are starting inside the points already and, here in Monaco, that is crucial because it is so hard to overtake."

Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "It was a tricky session. I did not quite have the balance in the car and I was not able to string a lap together. On my best lap, I lost some time in traffic behind [Lando] Norris, too, so that did not help either. Qualifying is very important here, so it is not an ideal result, but we will see what we can do tomorrow. If we make a good start, perhaps we can make some progress. Sebastian was able to get the car into Q3, which I think shows that we are in the mix for points when we put everything together."


Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "Sebastian finished an incident-packed qualifying session in a strong eighth position, having looked in good form here both today and on Thursday. His career record here at Monaco is sensational, in fact: two wins and five additional podiums so far. Lance progressed smoothly through Q1 into Q2, quicker than Sebastian in the initial stages of quali in fact. In Q2 he encountered some excess oversteer, which is not what you need on the ultra-tight confines of this notoriously tricky street circuit, and on his quick lap, he was also slowed by Lando [Norris]. Consequently, he ended up 13th, which was a pretty decent result in the circumstances. Overtaking is very difficult here, but we are still hopeful of a double points finish in tomorrow's race."

https://www.pitpass.com/69771/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Aston-Martin

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:51
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - AlpineAlpine F1 Team will line up with Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) eleventh and Fernando Alonso (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/1/fernando-alonso) seventeenth on the grid for tomorrow's 78th Monaco Grand Prix after a closely contested qualifying around the streets of the Principality.

In arguably one of the most demanding qualifying sessions of the season, Esteban narrowly missed out on the top ten shootout by 0.077secs with Fernando bowing out in Q1.


Esteban and Fernando started Q1 on Soft tyres and on their initial push laps found themselves around the cut-off of the top fifteen positions, separated by just 0.008secs.


As the track evolved with each passing lap, Esteban improved his lap time and managed to place his A521 firmly into Q2 on a 1min 11.740secs, proving good enough for tenth position.


Fernando also improved on his last run with a 1min 12.205secs, but it was not enough to progress to Q2.


Aiming to make his fourth Q3 appearance in a row, Esteban's initial timed lap in Q2 saw him place just outside of the top ten positions on a 1min 12.313secs before improving by three tenths on his second run using the same set of tyres.


Refuelled and fitted with fresh Softs, Esteban embarked on his final runs of the session in twelfth. He improved on his initial run by another two tenths to move up to eleventh. Despite finding more lap time with a 1min 11.486secs, the Frenchman remained eleventh and fell just short of the top ten positions by 0.077secs.


Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "It was very close today and starting in eleventh place is not too bad. With what we had; it was probably the best we could do. I was happy with my lap and driving in qualifying around Monaco is always enjoyable. We've not been as fast as we have been at the last couple of races, but we have things to analyse, which will definitely help us in the future. We're in a good starting position tomorrow - it's not perfect - but we do have a free choice on tyres. We're a place away from scoring points and we'll be ready to attack in the race."


Fernando Alonso (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/1/fernando-alonso): "It was a tricky session today and it's always a little bit messy in qualifying here as you're trying to find clear space. I don't think that was the cause for being eliminated in Q1 as we just couldn't find the performance the whole weekend and we were expecting more from our package. It's going to be very difficult starting near the back here in Monaco, but anything can happen in this race."

Davide Brivio, Racing Director: "It has been a tough weekend so far as we tried to find more performance from the car. I think Esteban did a great job today and was very close to making it into Q3, missing out by a very small margin. It was unfortunate for Fernando not to make Q2. We have made improvements since Thursday - that's for sure - but we are in a difficult position as it's so hard to overtake here. Anything can happen in Monaco, though, so we remain positive for the race tomorrow."

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:55
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - FerrariToday was definitely a very exciting Saturday at the Monaco Grand Prix, leaving Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) Mission Winnow smiling, but apprehensive.

In fact, the Italian team was back on pole courtesy of Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc), after its best qualifying performance of the past two seasons. The last time it happened was back in 2019 at the Mexican Grand Prix. On his first run in Q3, the Monegasque produced an almost perfect lap on his home track to set the fastest time of the day. However, on his second run, Charles overdid it, clipping the barrier at turn 15 before ending up in the guardrail at the outside of the next corner. This brought out the red flag to end the session a few seconds early. While waiting to find out the extent of the damage to the car, this is nevertheless Charles' eighth F1 career pole and Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s 229th, its eleventh at this track.


Charles is the first Monegasque to start at the head of the pack in a home race counting towards the championship, although Louis Chiron did the same in 1936, before the world championship came into being. In fact, in what can be seen as something of a premonition, this weekend Charles is sporting a helmet design that pays tribute to his predecessor. Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz) also looked capable of taking pole, but will in fact start from the second row tomorrow, as he, along with several other drivers was trying to improve his time on his last run until his efforts were frustrated by the red flag. Today's performance is a clear indication of the performance level of the SF21 at a track like Monaco. The complete package has been very quick right from the start of free practice, which has enabled the drivers to fight for the top places.


Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): Mixed feelings today. On the one hand, being on pole here is amazing. I was quite happy with my fastest lap in Q3. The first sector wasn't ideal, but in the second and third, I put it together. I knew I could do better but I pushed too hard on my final lap trying to improve. Unfortunately, I hit the wall and now all we can do is keep our fingers crossed and hope that the damage won't result in a penalty.


Of course, it is encouraging to see our performance, but I believe that it's a bit of a one-off as the track suits the characteristics of our SF21 really well. That's why we were so competitive today. We have to keep in mind that we are still not at the level of the two teams leading the championship, but for now, it does feel great to have extracted the maximum today.


Whatever the outcome, I will give my all tomorrow. It feels great to be at home and to see all the fans around the track. It's Monaco, it's very unpredictable, and also challenging for us drivers, especially in the race with so many laps. It's a great challenge and we will try to put every thing together to get a good result.


Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): Today was very frustrating for me. I've been driving well all weekend and I was very strong in qualifying. I felt confident with the car and I had a very strong pace. Unfortunately, my last attempt was a bit compromised with traffic during the preparation lap and then I didn't have the chance to finish the flying lap due to the red flag. It was my first chance to put it on pole here in Monaco and lining up P4 is really frustrating. I'm not happy.


Tomorrow it will be tough to overtake, but I will do my best and I will try to maximize our chances. Well done to the team for giving us a strong car to fight up there today.


Laurent Mekies, Racing Director: A great qualifying, albeit with the sword of Damocles hanging over the result, dependent on the state of Charles' car. Whatever the final grid order, it is still satisfying to have one of our drivers on pole after what is the most difficult qualifying of the season. However, there is some disappointment that Carlos was unable to secure a better position, penalised - truth be told, as were other drivers - by the red flag caused by his team-mate.


We came to this event aware that we could do well, but we never got carried away. Our aim was to be just behind the two teams fighting for the championship, but we managed to do much better than that. The result was down to the talent of our drivers and the preparation work from the team both at the track and back in Maranello, as well as the support of our technical and commercial partners.


Tonight and tomorrow, we will stay focused on preparing as well as possible for the race, when the aim will be to reap the best possible result from what we have sown so far.

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:56
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "I'm extremely happy with my Qualifying, I think we did the best with the car we had whilst others didn't maximise their lap, and to Qualify where we have today is definitely a massive achievement. I'm very pleased with all the work the team has done, to give me such a strong car when it mattered, I think it was one of my best laps of the weekend and I'm so glad it all came together today in Q3. The car operates so differently here than at other tracks so it's all about playing with the limits and getting as close to the walls as possible. We need a strong start tomorrow and to really work hard on our strategy. We obviously have fast cars starting behind us tomorrow, but we know how hard it is to overtake here in Monaco, so we need to stay focused and have a clean race. I think we can aim for good points and I really hope we can come away with a big reward for all the work the team have been doing. I still get an adrenaline rush driving round the streets here in Monte Carlo, it's such a fast track with these cars and your concentration has always got to be super high. The feeling it gives you here, you don't get that anywhere else, it's the best feeling in life and that's why it's my favourite track. I'm loving the atmosphere, especially all the French fans, so to come away with a good result in front of a crowd again would be really exciting."

Yuki Tsunoda (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/71/yuki-tsunoda): "This weekend has obviously been a challenge, having never driven in Monaco before, but I think my Qualifying lap was quite good and I was unlucky to miss out on Q2. We'd planned on doing three push laps but only managed two. Having to go to the weighbridge during the session affected our plan and then we hit traffic in sector two on my best lap. We have to analyse all the data and see where my weaknesses are compared to Pierre and then hopefully, I can improve to be able to fight with him in Q3. I think we're definitely seeing improvements race-to-race though and I'm happy with the performance in the car."


Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Following a reasonable Thursday here in Monaco, we had a bit more work to do on Yuki's car today whilst with Pierre we were in quite good shape and he's picked up where he left off today. We had a few set-up changes over the two days, just fine-tuning really and we had a fairly comfortable FP3, we just had to dial a little bit of understeer out of the car. It all came together for Qualifying, the run-plan suited us well and allowed us to control the traffic whilst the track conditions continued to evolve. Pierre was looking fast on his push run when the red flags came out but P6 is a strong starting position tomorrow and representative of where we think our car should be. Yuki's weekend has been less smooth, he struggled a bit on Thursday and lost some track time but managed to recover well in FP3 today. He was still building up confidence during Qualifying and was unfortunate to not make it through to Q2, he was very close and for sure there's more lap time in there. We'll go away and look at all the data tonight and hopefully have a strong race with both cars tomorrow.".


https://www.pitpass.com/69766/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-AlphaTauri

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:57
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - Alfa RomeoThe big steps forward made by the team finally paid off as Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi) claimed his, and the team's, first Q3 of the year on the legendary streets of Monaco. It was a masterpiece by the team - the driving, the car, the timing from the pit-wall all coming together to produce a brilliant Saturday result that places us in an excellent position ahead of the race.

Having made a habit of qualifying to Q2 but having missed out on the top ten by tiny margins before, it was a relief to finally break into the final segment of qualifying. Antonio will start tomorrow's race in P10, ready to fight from lights to flag for the points he and the team so thoroughly deserve. Behind him, Kimi will aim to make inroads towards the top ten, starting in P14 with his C41.


Monaco is a track with no margin for error. The race will be long and will offer opportunities and threats in equal measures. Tomorrow is another day and a new battle to fight but, for now, we just enjoy this first Q3 of the season.


Frederic Vasseur: "Today's result is the reward for all the work the team put in since last year and a display of the big steps forward we have made since testing. We had been close to Q3 before and to finally place a car in it is a good result, but we haven't brought home what we want yet. The race is tomorrow and we will need to deliver another performance like today's to score the points we deserve. We are confident in our team and we know we can fight at this level, so let's see what tomorrow brings."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "The car felt ok, even though I had more confidence in the tyres this morning. It's easy to lose that feeling, especially around here, and it's these small things that end up making a big difference in laptime. I don't think much went wrong, we just weren't fast enough in the laps that mattered. Of course, you always want to be higher on the grid, but we'll need to make the best of it tomorrow. Hopefully we can have a bit of luck as you never know what's going to happen. We need to survive the first few corners and then do our race."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "I am really happy about our first Q3 of the season. It's a day in which we put all together and we finally got what we have been deserving for a while. We did everything right - the car felt great from the start of the weekend, the team sent us out at just the right time and we put the lap together when it mattered. The only regret is the red flag at the end, as I think that lap would have been good and we could have been even higher. I felt confident around here from FP1 and this feeling does so much on a track like Monaco. Tomorrow we need more of the same: a clean start, a good strategy and a good race. Hopefully we can bring home a good result and our first points."

https://www.pitpass.com/69767/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Alfa-Romeo

llumia
22/05/2021, 20:58
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - HaasUralkali Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team drivers Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin) and Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher) will start from 19th and 20th, respectively, for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, Round 5 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship at Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo.

A heavy crash in final practice for Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher) meant the rookie was forced to sit out the afternoon's qualifying session - his VF-21 too badly damaged to be fixed and prepared in time to start Q1. The German had just sealed 14th overall in FP3 with a charging lap of 1:13.139 prior to the incident.


As the sole VF-21 in Q1 Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin) utilized two new sets of Pirelli P Zero Red soft tires for his afternoon's qualifying run. Logging a time of 1:14.728 on the second push lap of his first outing, Mazepin then made a quick return to the pits for his next set of rubber as the clock continued to tick down. A second flying attempt netted a 1:12.958 for the Formula 2 graduate - the team's fastest time around Monaco this weekend. Mazepin placed 19th at the checkered to close Q1.


Monegasque driver Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) claimed his eighth career Formula 1 pole position, despite crashing on his final run in Q3. Leclerc's fastest lap of 1:10.346 delighted the fans in attendance and beat Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) of Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Racing by .230 of a second.


Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin): "We're a little frustrated as it's not the first weekend where we seem to be quite strong at various times in a session, then for qualifying our competitors are able to extract the most. I was wary of falling into that trap again as obviously FP3 went very well for us. I knew that we've been doing a good job consistently throughout the weekend, but we perhaps don't have as much available when it's really necessary. I know that everyone on the team is doing their upmost best to extract from the car and we know where we stand. I think everyone did a great job today. Qualifying around here in Monaco is just very exciting. I've really enjoyed driving here, the whole atmosphere is very cool."


Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher): "My feeling in the car was very good, and it is still very good. Looking at FP3, my first push laps were very competitive, and we were right up there with Alpine and Williams (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/11/williams) - that's very good to see. Usually with those tires you can't improve on the second and third lap. You never know what would have happened, but I think we were definitely in the fight with Alonso and Latifi, that would have been something. In general, I just over pushed the car. Frankly that's it and I feel very sorry for the team. We lost a full session by missing qualifying. It's very unfortunate, but it won't put us down. We start from P20 and we still have a lot of guys we can overtake. This is a special track, a special venue, so I hope the race will be exciting. If we're able to bring that excitement into the race, that would be great. If we can show our potential and some speed, and if we have some nice moves, that would be great too."


Guenther Steiner: "I would say FP3 looked pretty good for us - until Mick (Schumacher) had the accident on his fast lap. In qualifying, well obviously Mick couldn't start with the damage he had, so we now get his car ready for tomorrow's race. Otherwise, Nikita (Mazepin) did a good job. Our car is just not performing good enough, we are always disappointed, but we know the chances of where we end up are high. We will try to do our best tomorrow hoping that something strange happens in the race - by strange I mean something like rain, a safety car or whatever, we'll take it all. We can maybe then try to get something out of that one. That's more a hope than anything else."

https://www.pitpass.com/69770/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Haas

llumia
22/05/2021, 21:00
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - WilliamsGeorge Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/69763/drivers/66/george-russell) qualified 15th and Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi) 18th for the Monaco Grand Prix. George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/69763/drivers/66/george-russell) reached Q2 once again, posting a personal best on his final flying lap with a 1:11.830. Nicholas continued to improve throughout his Q1 session, before finally setting a 1:12.016, his fastest lap of the session.

Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: The cooler conditions today meant the tyre behaviour was a bit different and this caught us out a little in FP3. However, we were able to regroup ahead of the qualifying session and get the tyres back into a good window. Nicholas found the limit in FP3 and damaged the car against the wall, but fortunately, the damage wasn't too extensive, and his team did a great job to repair the car ahead of qualifying.


Qualifying in Monaco is always a fraught time, and this is especially the case when teams adopt differing tyre preparation strategies. We managed the situation well and both drivers got a good set of pushing laps amidst the chaos. Nicholas recovered well having lost the end of FP3 and was close to beating Alonso.

George did well after a challenging FP3 and built up his speed as the session went on. He got almost everything available from the car in Q1 to qualify for the second part of qualifying. He continued to push the limit during Q2 but couldn't quite find enough to better P15.


The race tomorrow will be difficult for everyone and as we have seen over the last couple of days, any driver can make a mistake at any time. Monaco is also tough on the cars, and opportunities will therefore present themselves. Our job will be to maximise any advantage that comes our way.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/69763/drivers/66/george-russell): That was the maximum today, and the Q1 lap was great. It is just exhilarating to get a good lap around here because it is not easy. It was very difficult in practice and I was struggling to get the confidence in the car, however in qualifying things seemed to come together. We knew that our car isn't that well suited to low speed corners and we knew the Alfa Romeos could be quick. To outqualify an Alpha Tauri and an Alpine to get P15 is the best we could have done. It is an interesting race here; it is a difficult street circuit where a lot of things can happen. Tomorrow is going to be won and lost for everybody in the pits, so let's wait and see what happens.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): Firstly, I would like to say a huge thanks to the team for getting me back out there after the crash in FP3. Although that happened, I got all the references that I needed so I wasn't lacking confidence going into qualifying. Today we had much cooler conditions and I struggled to get the soft tyres in the right window and the balance wasn't feeling as good as Thursday. I felt there was more in there today as I would have liked to have been a bit closer to Q2, but nonetheless it was still one of the most exciting laps of the year so far.

https://www.pitpass.com/69763/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Williams

llumia
22/05/2021, 21:01
Monaco GP: Qualifying team notes - PirelliThe P Zero Red soft tyre was the default choice for qualifying, used from the start to the finish of each session. With track position paramount, and the soft tyre worth more than half a second per lap compared to the P Zero Yellow medium, there was no point in running any other compound in qualifying.

The margins were extremely tight in qualifying, which came to a dramatic end. Pole was taken by Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) on the soft tyre, but he crashed on his next lap, bringing out the red flags to end the qualifying session with just a few seconds to go.


Despite overnight rain, conditions were similar to Thursday, because the lower track temperatures compensated for the relatively minor track evolution. At the start of Q3, there was 22 degrees ambient and 33 degrees on track - with many drivers starting their final runs early in the session to cover the slight risk of rain.


The 78-lap Monaco Grand Prix tends to be reasonably straightforward strategically, as a one-stop race with quite a wide pit stop window and a number of different possibilities. The two main variables governing the strategy are safety cars - a common occurrence in Monaco, with three stoppages following contacts with the wall today - and weather. Although the forecast is for a dry race tomorrow, weather conditions on the Mediterranean coast at this time of year can be extremely variable. The top 10 will all start on the soft tyre, and that choice is likely to be mirrored by most of the runners but either the medium or the hard can be used for the second stint. And there's also just a chance that some drivers further down the grid might try the opposite strategy: running the harder tyre first, before moving onto the soft at the end.


Mario Isola: "There was some track evolution during the qualifying session, although the track was 'reset' after Friday's pause followed by rain overnight. As a result, the drivers had to get to grips with track conditions that were quite different compared to Thursday, which naturally influenced tyre warm-up and behaviour as well. From start to finish the sessions were extremely tight, as is usual at Monaco with no room for error, as we saw again today. Weather conditions should be dry tomorrow, but we had the wet tyres in action this morning in Formula 2, where they showed their versatility on a drying track to deliver a thrilling conclusion to an action-packed race. We're expecting a one-stop strategy under normal circumstances tomorrow, but Monaco remains one of the most unpredictable races of the year - as the dramatic end to qualifying demonstrated. Congratulations to Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) for pole position at his home Monaco Grand Prix."

https://www.pitpass.com/69768/Monaco-GP-Qualifying-team-notes-Pirelli

GoVal
22/05/2021, 22:07
Así quedó el coche de Leclerc.


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deivison
23/05/2021, 00:30
Formula 1 – 2021 – GP de Mônaco – ClassificaçãoO treino de sexta-feira acabou que não era um blefe da Ferrari e sim uma melhora dos carro vermelhos. O que foi comprovado na classificação agora a pouco. Charles Leclerc conquistou a pole position após uma classificação bem disputada e que acabou com uma batida justamente do próprio piloto da Ferrari a 30 segundos do final. Max Verstappen e Valtteri Bottas completam as 3 primeiras posições.


No Q1, todo mundo vai de cara para a pista aonde qualquer erro poderia ser fatal para os favoritos. Porém, todos eles conseguiram tempo tem grande problemas. O primeiro a se destacar foi Lando Norris da Mclaren, mas segundos depois acabou superado por Valtteri Bottas, Max Verstappen e depois por Carlos Sainz jr. passando para a liderança, Leclerc pulou para 3º.


Na volta seguinte, Verstappen chega perto da casa do 1 minuto e 10 segundos. O primeiro a alcançar essa marca foi Valtteri Bottas com 1:10.938 a 5 minutos e meio do final do Q1. Naquele momento, Alonso e Ocon estavam encrencados, com a 16ª e 17ªposição estavam ficando de fora do Q2.


Na reta final, Ricciardo,Ocon e Giovinazzi que estavam sob risco de não classificarem para o Q2 acabaram fazendo boas voltas e garantido suas participações na primeira parte da sessão. Já Alonso e Tsunoda não conseguiram boas voltas e acabaram se juntando a Latifi, Mazepin e Mick Schumacher como os primeiros eliminados da classificação. O filho de Michael Schumacher bateu no final da terceira sessão e não foi para a pista. Vettel ficou no limite, na 15ªposição com sua Aston Martin. Bottas, Leclerc e Verstappen foram os 3 primeiros colocados.




Resultado do Q1:



pos

piloto
equipe
chassis
motor
tempo


1
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:10.938


2
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.113


3
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:11.124


4
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.321


5
55
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.324


6
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:11.560


7
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.622


8
11
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:11.644


9
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.658


10
31
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:11.740


11
3
Daniel Ricciardo
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.747


12
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.899


13
18
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.979


14
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.016


15
5
Sebastian Vettel
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.078


16
22
Yuki Tsunoda
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:12.096


17
14
Fernando Alonso
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:12.205


18
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.366


19
9
Nikita Mazepin
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:12.958



No Q2, todo mundo foi para a pista com os pneus macios, ninguém se arriscou a fazer uma estratégia com os pneus médios. Na primeira volta, Leclerc foi o mais rápido, seguindo de Verstappen, Sainz jr., Hamilton e Bottas nas 5 primeiras posições.


Na volta seguinte, Verstappen volta a liderança com Sainz jr., Leclerc e Lando Norris em excelente 4ªposição. Bottas supera Hamilton e passa a 5ªposição, Perez, Vettel, Gasly e Ricciardo completavam as 10 primeiras posições na metade da sessão. Antonio Giovinazzi vinha na porta de entrar no Q3, na 11ªposição. Stroll encostou-se ao muro, mas só vinha em 12º. Ocon, Raikkonen e Russell eram os outros 3 eliminados.


A 5 minutos do final, todo mundo voltou para a pista para buscar confirmar a vaga para o Q2. Lá atrás a batalha para Daniel Ricciardo classificar acabou fracassada, o italiano Antonio Giovinazzi conseguiu uma bela volta e acabou ficando com a última vaga para o Q3. O piloto australiano ficou de fora do Q2 na 12ªposição, ficando atrás de Esteban Ocon da Alpine. Stroll, Raikkonen e Russell completaram a lista dos eliminados.


Dos classificados, Leclerc marcou 1:10.597 a 14 segundos do final da sessão e ficou com o melhor tempo do Q2, seguido de Verstappen em 2º e Bottas na 3ªposição após uma bela volta. Sainz jr., Perez, Norris, Hamilton, Gasly,Vettel e Giovinazzi acabaram classificados para o Q3.




Resultado do Q2:



pos

piloto
equipe
chassis
motor
tempo


1
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:10.597


2
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:10.650


3
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:10.695


4
55
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:10.806


5
11
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:11.019


6
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.031


7
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.116


8
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:11.179


9
5
Sebastian Vettel
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.309


10
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.409


11
31
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:11.486


12
3
Daniel Ricciardo
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.598


13
18
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.600


14
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.642


15
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.830





No Q3, todos foram para a pista, mas o que se constatou foi à dificuldade dos pilotos para fazerem volta mais rápida. Verstappen foi um dos primeiros a entrar na pista e acabou marcando 1:10.576 a 9:20 do final, 60 milésimos a frente de Valtteri Bottas que marcou o segundo tempo alguns segundos depois.


Porém, Leclerc e Sainz jr. foram com tudo para suas voltas, o Monegasco passou para a ponta com 1:10,346, um senhor tempo que dava a liderança para o piloto da Ferrari e o favoritismo para Leclerc. Sainz jr. passou para a 3ªposição. A situação da Mercedes era dramática, com Bottas em 4º e Hamilton apenas em 7º após Norris e Gasly fazerem tempos melhores que Lewis. Na sua segunda volta, Bottas melhorou um pouco sua marca e subiu para 3ªposição.


A 5 minutos do final, Leclerc e Verstappen largam na primeira fila, Bottas e Sainz jr. na segunda fila, seguidos de Norris, Gasly, Hamilton, Vettel, Perez e Giovinazzi.


Os pilotos não conseguiram melhorar suas voltas, quase ninguém conseguiu marcar uma volta. Sergio Perez chegou a fazer boas parciais, mas no final foi atrapalhado pelo trafego e acabou não passando da 9ªposição.


Max Verstappen e Lewis Hamilton chegaram a abortarem suas voltas para tentarem a volta nos últimos segundos. Porém, Charles Leclerc acabou batendo na entrada da rascasse e acabou ficando com a pole position. Foi a primeira pole dele e da Ferrari desde do GP do México de 2019. Mesmo com a batida no final, não deve haver punição para Leclerc. Max Verstappen vai dividir a primeira fila com o piloto da Ferrari. É uma bela chance para o piloto da Red Bull de conseguir tirar a sua desvantagem para Lewis Hamilton (O inglês não se achou em Monte Carlo e vai largar na 7ªposição).


Valtteri Bottas abre a segunda fila, levando a Mercedes a largar na 3ªposição. Ao seu lado, larga Carlos Sainz jr. em 4º com a outra Ferrari. Na terceira fila, vão largar Lando Norris da Mclaren e Pierre Gasly da Alpha Tauri. Ambos irão dar trabalho para Lewis Hamilton que vai partir da 7ªposição com Vettel largando do seu lado na 8ªposição. Completando os 10 primeiros colocados ficaram Sergio Perez da Red Bull e Antonio Giovinazzi da Alfa Romeo.


O GP de Mônaco vai começar amanhã, as 10 da manhã, horário de Brasília.




Grid de Largada:





pos

piloto
equipe
chassis
motor
tempo
nºVoltas


1
16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:10.346
27


2
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:10.576
23


3
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:10.601
28


4
55
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:10.611
25


5
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:10.620
23


6
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:10.900
30


7
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.095
30


8
5
Sebastian Vettel
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.419
26


9
11
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:11.573
26


10
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.779
28


11
31
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:11.486
22


12
3
Daniel Ricciardo
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.598
21


13
18
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.600
20


14
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:11.642
21


15
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:11.830
24


16
22
Yuki Tsunoda
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:12.096
13


17
14
Fernando Alonso
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:12.205
12


18
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.366
14


19
9
Nikita Mazepin
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:12.958
12


20
47
Mick Schumacher
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
Sem Tempo


Fotos:
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Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Red Bull/Mclaren/Aston Martin/Alpine/Ferrari/Alpha Tauri/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/formula-1-2021-gp-de-monaco-classificacao/

llumia
23/05/2021, 11:47
Mejores estrategias según el fabricantede neumáticos Pirelli:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2D8Ya6XEAM-fEw?format=jpg&name=900x900

GoVal
23/05/2021, 12:12
Hamilton disfrazado de currela.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EGWjKXMAArSXI.jpg:large

yorch
23/05/2021, 12:14
Que pereza jeje. Veré el comienzo pero a partir de ahi no descarto quedarme sopa.

Me alegré por la pole de Ferrari aunque hubiera pagado por saber que hubiera pasado sin el Leclerazo.

GoVal
23/05/2021, 12:20
Racing Tech @racingtech5 (https://twitter.com/racingtech5) · 21min (https://twitter.com/racingtech5/status/1396404804042248194)

Williams FW43B Rear Upper Wishbone

A different shroud for the upper wishbone is being used this weekend. Looks similar to the 2020 version, and has less downwash along the inboard half. #TechF1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/TechF1?src=hashtag_click) #F1 (https://twitter.com/hashtag/F1?src=hashtag_click) #MonacoGP (https://twitter.com/hashtag/MonacoGP?src=hashtag_click)



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EGsdGWYAAwDZG.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 12:34
Juegos disponibles para la carrera y confirmación de que los 10 primeros saldrán con el blando.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ELJJWXoAAjKoU.jpg:large



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ELJJWXMAA6j3z.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 12:35
Esta mañana ha habido una pequeña montonera. Por fortuna, todos los pilotos están bien.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ELDLCXMAMjqZ4.jpg:large


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ELDLBWEAgqaET.jpg:large


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EIszxWUAID97q.jpg:large


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GoVal
23/05/2021, 12:38
Ferrari confirma que tras nuevos chequeos, no es necesario sustituir la caja de cambios de Leclerc, por lo que saldrá desde la pole.



Scuderia Ferrari @ScuderiaFerrari (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari) · 17min (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari/status/1396410279727181825)

UPDATE

Following further in depth checks this morning, no apparent defects were found on @Charles_Leclerc (https://twitter.com/Charles_Leclerc)’s gearbox, therefore the Monegasque driver will start today’s race from pole position, as per the qualifying result.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ELvhzWEAAStFj.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 12:46
Los bargeboards de Aston Martin y McLaren para este GP.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EMUNZXsAE-aMg.jpg:large


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EMfwjXEAQMpAJ.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 12:49
Así refrigera los frenos Mercedes.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ENPlMX0AEMeAs.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 13:18
¡A volaaaaaaaaarrr!




https://twitter.com/DAZN_ES/status/1396391849007403008?s=20

GoVal
23/05/2021, 13:28
Pedro de la Rosa mandando las ziguas a Leclerc para que Sainz gane un puesto. :roto2: Dice en DAZN que aunque no le hayan sustituido la caja de cambios, seguramente la tenga dañana y podría abandonar.

¿O lo que busca es que la gente no se pierda la carrera esperando que esto suceda? :pensando:

GoVal
23/05/2021, 13:46
Hoy sí hay drivers parade. Los han subido en dos autobuses para que puedan estar separados y están recorriendo el circuito.

En las entrevistas, Hamilton ha comentado que aquí no le están funcionando los neumáticos, de ahí el resultado de ayer.

También ha comentado que va a ayudar a Bottas todo lo posible ya que está en posición de poder ganar la carrera. Veremos si lo cumple, aunque está claro que le interesa más que gane Bottas que Verstappen.

GoVal
23/05/2021, 13:58
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EhcqfWEAMV4o8.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:15
Estadísticas de los pilotos de Alpine en Mónaco.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ElWMtXsAIPTWP.jpg:large



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2ElWMqWYAErxwX.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:27
¡DRAMA! Leclerc se queja de la caja de cambios nada más salir del pit lane de camino a la parrilla. Ha vuelto a meterse en boxes y están haciendo más comprobaciones.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EorpWXsAM9iEz.jpg:large




Y mientras Nira diciendo que qué buena noticia para Sainz. :nono1:

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:29
Qué penica Leclerc. Esta ha sido su desesperación al notar los problemas. El tiempo sigue en su contra. Queda un minuto para cerrar el pit lane.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2Eo2YxXoAAAyw_.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:34
Pues nada, Ferrari siendo Ferrari antes de comenzar la carrera. Pit lane cerrado y Leclerc sigue en el box. Van a intentar hacer unos cambios para que pueda salir. Si lo consiguen, saldrá desde el pit lane. La mala suerte de Leclerc aquí, continúa. :crybaby2:


Masi ha confirmado que la parrilla no se rediseña, se queda tal y como estaba pero con el cajón de la pole vacío.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EqMP_WUAIcnVR.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:36
Qué desastre son. Cuando van bien, son expertos en autoboicotearse. :facepalm:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2Eqj0FXoAUxOXQ.jpg:large




Leclerc se baja del coche. :triste2:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2Eq-sgWUAAgsru.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:41
Tremenda imagen. De conseguir la pole, cometer un error que deja la caja de cambios tocada y que tu equipo no consigue detectar, quedándote fuera del gran premio de tu casa.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2Er6TzXEAIWAwQ.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:43
Ferrari confirma su cagada. Lecler no saldrá.



Scuderia Ferrari @ScuderiaFerrari (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari) · 24s (https://twitter.com/ScuderiaFerrari/status/1396446409369473027)

RACE UPDATE:


Charles will not start the race due to an issue with the left driveshaft which is impossible to fix in time for the start of the race.

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:46
Ahora dice Ferrari que el problema de Leclerc es el palier izquierdo, el del lado contrario de donde sufrió el golpe. :facepalm: Que la caja de cambios está bien.

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:56
Qué penica da ver a Charletes. :crybaby2: Vale que todo ha sido consecuencia de su error ayer pero lo de Ferrari no tiene nombre. :rodillo:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EthgLWEAM2EhC.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:57
Russell intentando consolar a Leclerc.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2Es-kiXEAILg2E.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 14:59
José María Cimadevilla @Noisegun (https://twitter.com/Noisegun) · 8min (https://twitter.com/Noisegun/status/1396448574922231811)

Por PRIMERA vez en la historia del GP de Mónaco de F1 (66 carreras antes de 2021), el poleman no tomará parte en la salida y no disputará la carrera.

llumia
23/05/2021, 14:59
Acoyonante :facepalm:

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:01
Ricciardo, Kimi, Russell, Alonso y Latifi salen con el medio.

Stroll y Tsunoda han elegido el duro. El resto de la parrilla sale con el blando.

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:15
Un gráfico doloroso.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EwZVqXsAI6Wei.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:16
Los neumáticos con los que han tomado la salida.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EwURMXsAEeAP1.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:26
Onboard de la salida de Kimi. Él y Stroll lograron adelantar a Ricciardo, que no parece que este sea su fin de semana.



https://twitter.com/Kokefin/status/1396452950365638661?s=20

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:29
Parece que los hayan castigado mirando al coche hasta que averigüen qué ha pasado. :roto2rie:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2EyGMlX0AAxJv8.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:37
¡Yupiiiiiii!



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2E3By6WEAAiHc_.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:49
Bottas se retira porque su rueda delantera derecha «sanganchao» y les ha sido imposible sacarla. Lo nunca visto.



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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2E60RqXMAACW9j.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 15:56
Buena salida de pits de Vettel.



https://twitter.com/longlivesv5/status/1396462425961025543?s=20

GoVal
23/05/2021, 16:14
Norris doblando al Richald.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2FAdWMWYAUAbJ7.jpg:large




Norris le ha agradecido que no le haya hecho perder ni media milésima. Se está jugando el podio.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2FBJVgX0AA3EKv.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 16:15
Gasly jugándosela.



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2FA4s4WUAAElhq.jpg:large

GoVal
23/05/2021, 19:58
FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2021 - Montecarlo
Resultados CARRERA
Domingo, 23 de mayo de 2021



Max VERSTAPPEN logra su primera victoria en Mónaco y además se pone líder del mundial. Que LECLERC no pudiera tomar la salida por problemas en su Ferrari le ha puesto la victoria más fácil pero él ha sabido controlar la carrera de principio a fin conservando sobre todo al principio y no cometiendo errores.

La segunda posición ha sido para Carlos SAINZ, que estrena podio con Ferrari y en Mónaco. Vuelve a demostrar que es el piloto que mejor se ha adaptado a su nuevo equipo. Ha tenido una carrera bastante tranquila, sobre todo desde el abandono de BOTTAS en su parada cuando su delantera derecha que quedó atascada y no la pudieron cambiar. Tenía muy buen ritmo y por radio pidió apretar a Verstappen por si así cometía algún error que le permitiera a él llevarse la victoria. Al equipo no le entusiamó la idea y es que, después del desastre con Leclerc, no querían arriesgar esa segunda posición.

Otro que ha pisado por primera vez el podio de Mónaco ha sido Lando NORRIS, que sigue demostrando estar en un gran momento sacando del McLaren mucho más que RICCIARDO, al que sigue sin vérsele cómodo y que se ha quedado fuera de los puntos al terminar 12º, además siendo doblado por Norris.

Este ha sido el tercer podio más joven de la F1. Del más joven a este hay 5 días de diferencia.

Buena carrera de Checo PÉREZ, al que una buena estrategia le ha ayudado a recuperar posiciones para finalmente terminar 4º y presionando en la parte final de la carrera a Norris. Su remontada a ayudado a Red Bull a salir líderes del mundial de constructores, algo que no ocurría desde Brasil 2013.

Gran 5ª posición de VETTEL que ha tenido un gran fin de semana. Ojalá no sea un espejismo.

Buena carrera también de GASLY que supo mantener a Hamiton tras él al hacer su parada, aunque aquí sea sencillo aguantar posición, es fácil cometer un error, y más si quien te presiona es Hamilton.

HAMILTON ha terminado bastante enfadado con su equipo debido a la estrategia. Comenzó ahorrando neumático y su equipo decidió que fuera de los primeros en parar. Salió detrás de Mazepin perdiendo tiempo, lo que le permitió a Gasly salir por delante. Parece que Hamilton se olvida rápido de las buenas decisiones estratégicas de su equipo, como en Barcelona sin ir más lejos. A falta de unas 10 vueltas tenía hueco suficiente para una parada gratis y la aprovechó para montar blando y marcar la vuelta rápida con un 1:12.909, que es un nuevo récord del circuito.
STROLL supo sacar provecho de sus neumáticos duros en el inicio de la carrera alargando mucho su parada, lo que le permitó remontar varias posiciones. Gran resultado el de Aston Martin hoy.

A OCON no se le ha visto hoy (ni a él ni a muchos porque la realización ha sido horrible) pero ha logrado terminar 9º. Fernando ALONSO ha terminado 13º y no muy contento. En sus declaraciones se le notaba algo decepcionado y además, en su parada felicitó al equipo por su rapidez pero también dijo que esperaba el duro pero bueno... (montó el blando).

El último de los puntos ha sido para GIOVINAZZI que vuelve a quedar por delante de RAIKKONEN, a pesar de que Kimi logró remontar varias posiciones gracias a, de nuevo, una buena salida. Alfa Romeo estrena su casillero.

Los Williams han estado muy desdibujados, con RUSSELL terminando 14º y LATIFI 15º.

Tras ellos ha terminado TSUNODA, que sigue sin tener un fin de semana decente.

Los últimos en cruzar la línea han sido los Haas de MAZEPIN y de SCHUMACHER.




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GoVal
23/05/2021, 19:59
El momento en el que Gasly logró salir por delante de Hamilton.



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GoVal
23/05/2021, 20:01
Carlos nos va a dar más alegrías vestidos de rojo.



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GoVal
23/05/2021, 20:02
Bonito detalle de Leclerc de ir a celebrar el podio de Carlos a pesar del disgusto.



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GoVal
23/05/2021, 20:05
Da gusto ver a estos dos de tan buen rollo. Sainz ha dicho que le ha encantado compartir podio con Lando y que a él no le extraña el gran año que está haciendo porque él sabe perfectamente lo rápido que es.



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GoVal
23/05/2021, 20:08
Momento bastante bochornoso cuando han dejado a medias la entrevista a Verstappen para entrevistar a Serena Williams, que fue quien mostró la bandera a cuadros. El pobre Verstappen no sabía si irse o quedarse. Ha sido muy desconsiderado quitarle el protagonismo. En esta foto no se le ve muy contento con esta situación. :gaydude: :cunaooooo:



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yorch
23/05/2021, 20:19
Hoy la retransmision se lleva el "premio", sin duda. Probablemente el mejor momento de la carrera, la salida de Vettel de pits y la han cortado tanto en directo como en repetición, Brundle y Croft no daban crédito.

Por no decir que apenas han mostrado nada de las "batallitas" de todos los que iban detrás de Hamilton.

Un despropósito.

Lo mas destacable, lo ya dicho por Goval, lo bien que sigue llendo Sainz (si alguien ha demostrado adaptación en los ultimos 6 años, es el), las buenas estrategias de Aston Martin y Red Bull con Perez, lo bonito de ese podio de jovenes talentosos y con buen rollo (al menos 2º y 3º), el detalle de Leclerc (aunque por dentro estaria hundido, le honra), el cabreo casi infantil de Hamilton, la sospechosisima tuerca de Bottas (sé que es caer en la conspiranoia pero madre mia que mala suerte), Ricciardo y Alonso totalmente perdidos...

Bueno, se pone el campeonato bonito. Y el mundial de constructores no te digo.

GoVal
23/05/2021, 20:24
Reencuentro en Mónaco.


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GoVal
23/05/2021, 20:37
A Fernando le tiene que doler un poco ver esto.



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GoVal
23/05/2021, 22:40
Hamilton el desagradecido.




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GoVal
23/05/2021, 22:56
Diez años entre las dos fotos con protagonistas con mucho en común.


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GoVal
23/05/2021, 23:01
Números de Pirelli.



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deivison
24/05/2021, 01:28
GP de Mônaco – 5ªEtapa do Mundial de Formula 1 – 2021

Domingo Perfeito para Max Verstappen e para a Red Bull que não só venceu a prova com o piloto holandês como assumiu a liderança do Mundial de Pilotos e de Construtores, tudo graças ao péssimo domingo da Mercedes, que não conseguiu trocar os pneus de Bottas e não fez uma boa tática com Hamilton que nada pode fazer além da 7ªposição.

Só para o dia começar, Charles Leclerc teve problemas de Câmbio e acabou nem podendo largar. Era tudo que Verstappen queria, pois já não teria o piloto de casa como adversário a ser superado.

Na largada, Bottas até largou melhor, mas Verstappen fechou a porta e manteve a liderança. Aliás, os 10 primeiros colocados mantiveram as suas posições: Verstappen, Bottas, Sainz jr., Norris, Gasly, Hamilton, Vettel, Perez, Giovinazzi e Ocon.

Nas primeiras voltas, Verstappen e Bottas abriram de Sainz e Norris, mas nenhuma ultrapassagem aconteceu, nem se quer alguma ameaça, o que aconteciam eram tentativas de aproximação de um piloto para o outro.

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A partir da 10ªvolta, Sainz jr. e Norris começam a andar mais rápido, principalmente o piloto da Ferrari que tenta aproximação pra cima de Bottas. Após 20 voltas, o piloto da Mercedes tinha os pneus em condições piores dos líderes O resultado é que Verstappen abriu mais de 4 segundos em Bottas que via Sainz jr. por perto.

Na 30ªVolta, Lewis Hamilton foi para a primeira parada, colocou pneus duros e voltou a pista para tentar andar mais rápido e ganhar posições. Na volta seguinte, parou Valtteri Bottas, mas sua parada não acontece, de maneira bizarra, o pneu não sai do carro do piloto finlandês e obriga a Bottas se retirar da corrida, era um adversário a menos para Verstappen.

Sainz jr., Norris, Gasly e Vettel pararam nesse meio tempo. Verstappen era o líder e Perez assumia a segunda posição.

Na volta 35 e 36, Verstappen e Perez pararam nos boxes. O piloto holandês voltou tranquilo na frente, seguido de Sainz jr., Norris, Perez, Vettel, Gasly e Hamilton. Após as paradas, Perez ganhou 3 posições e Vettel ganhou 2 posições. Já Hamilton e Gasly perderam 1 posição. Ocon, Stroll e Raikkonen não tinham feito à parada na metade da corrida.

Na 44ªVolta, Raikkonen foi para a sua única parada, Os pilotos que tinham pneus mais duros postergaram o quanto puderam suas trocas. Enquanto isso, Lewis Hamilton não estava se quer conseguindo atacar Gasly.



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Na volta 52, Norris colocou uma volta em cima de Daniel Ricciardo, o australiano que venceu por 2 vezes em Monte Carlo fazia um final de semana pra lá de ruim. Enquanto isso, Sainz jr. tentava chegar em cima de Verstappen, mas não conseguia diminuir a diferença para baixo de 2 segundos, o piloto da Red Bull estava com o controle da corrida, mas a Ferrari mostrava uma força que não parecia ter no começo da temporada (Pelo menos para Mônaco).

Na 59ªVolta, Stroll foi o último a fazer à parada, colocando pneus macios para tentar ganhar posições no final. Chegou a ser investigado por passar na linha de limite de pista para a saída dos boxes, mas decidiram não punir, a passada de roda do canadense foi muito pequena e não fez diferença nenhuma em temos de resultado.

Perez chegou em Norris a 14 voltas do final, tentando o primeiro pódio na Red Bull, mas ultrapassagem mesmo só aconteceu na 1ªvolta, com Mick Schumacher passando Nikita Mazepin na curva da estação.
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Verstappen abriu vantagem e levou tranquilamente seu carro para a primeira vitória em Mônaco, em um domingo que acabou dando tudo certo para o piloto da Red Bull que passa a liderar o Mundial de pilotos pela primeira vez na carreira.

Carlos Sainz jr. repetiu o seu melhor resultado na Formula 1 e acaba conquistando não só seu primeiro pódio na Ferrari como o primeiro da equipe na temporada de 2021. Além disso, pode ser a partir dessa prova que a Ferrari se recoloque na disputa pelas primeiras posições.

Lando Norris resistiu a pressão de Sergio Perez e acabou conquistando o segundo pódio em 2021 (3ªpódio da carreira). Mais uma 3ªposição e pela segunda vez, o piloto inglês assume a 3ªposição no Mundial de pilotos. Sergio Perez fez uma bela corrida, partindo da 9ª para a 4ªposição ao final da corrida.

Sebastian Vettel finalmente acertou uma boa corrida em 2021, acertando na classificação e acertando na corrida para chegar a 5ªposição, marcando seus primeiros 10 pontos na temporada e ajudando demais a Aston Martin a subir na tabela de classificação. Pierre Gasly segurou o tempo todo a Lewis Hamilton e acabou o dia em 6ºlugar, seu melhor resultado nessa temporada.

Para Lewis Hamilton deu tudo errado, uma classificação ruim e uma corrida ruim levaram o heptacampeão do Mundo a ficar apenas na 7ªposição, de consolo conseguiu a melhor volta da prova e garantiu mais um ponto na classificação do Mundial. Porém, não foi o suficiente para evitar a perda da liderança do campeonato de pilotos e foi insuficiente para manter a liderança do Mundial de Construtores para a Mercedes.

Lance Stroll fez uma bela corrida de recuperação, se devendo da tática para sair da 13ª para terminar a prova na 8ªposição. Esteban Ocon segurou a 9ªposição e levou mais 2 pontos para a equipe Alpine e Antonio Giovinazzi fez um belo final de semana e levou a Alfa Romeo o primeiro ponto da temporada de 2021, superando Kimi Raikkonen que chegou logo após o piloto italiano na 11ªposição.

Daniel Ricciardo em 12º fez uma corrida péssima num final de semana muito ruim do piloto australiano, em contraste com a ótima corrida de Lando Norris. Fernando Alonso não teve um grande final de semana. Porém a corrida do príncipe das Astúrias foi um pouco melhor do que a corrida de Ricciardo e acabou na 13ªposição.

George Russell e Nicholas Latifi fizeram um bom trabalho ao ficarem na frente de Yuki Tsunoda (Que acabou mais uma vez fazendo um final de semana ruim) e acabaram chegando em 14ª e 15ªposições, chegaram no lugar que era possível para eles. Nikita Mazepin ficou na frente de Mick Schumacher, era o máximo que poderiam fazer, mas os dois ficaram a 3 voltas do vencedor da corrida.
Daqui a duas semanas, teremos a 6ªetapa do Mundial de Formula 1, de novo num circuito de rua, dessa vez em Baku no Azerbaijão.

Resultado final do GP de Mônaco
78 Voltas



pos

piloto
equipe
chassis
motor
tempo


1
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:38:56.820


2
55
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
a 8.968s


3
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
a 19.427s


4
11
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
a 20.490s


5
5
Sebastian Vettel
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
a 52.591s


6
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
a 53.896s


7
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
a 68.231s


8
18
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
a 1 volta


9
31
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
a 1 volta


10
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
a 1 volta


11
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
a 1 volta


12
3
Daniel Ricciardo
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
a 1 volta


13
14
Fernando Alonso
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
a 1 volta


14
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
a 1 volta


15
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
a 1 volta


16
22
Yuki Tsunoda
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
a 1 volta


17
9
Nikita Mazepin
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
a 3 voltas


18
47
Mick Schumacher
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
a 3 voltas



77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
abandonou



16
Charles Leclerc
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
não largou/Câmbio


Melhor volta de cada piloto – Lewis Hamilton ganhou um ponto por ter feito a volta mais rápida da corrida


pos

piloto
equipe
chassis
motor
tempo
nºVolta


1
44
Lewis Hamilton
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:12.909
69


2
22
Yuki Tsunoda
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:14.037
66


3
11
Sergio Perez
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:14.552
32


4
3
Daniel Ricciardo
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:14.578
43


5
55
Carlos Sainz
Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow
SF21
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.621
35


6
33
Max Verstappen
Red Bull Racing Honda
RB16B
Honda RA621H
1:14.649
58


7
4
Lando Norris
McLaren F1 Team
MCL35M
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:14.670
76


8
18
Lance Stroll
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:14.674
74


9
7
Kimi Räikkönen
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:14.971
55


10
14
Fernando Alonso
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:15.026
70


11
5
Sebastian Vettel
Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team
AMR21
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:15.316
33


12
31
Esteban Ocon
Alpine F1 Team
A521
Renault E-Tech 20B
1:15.316
41


13
99
Antonio Giovinazzi
Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen
C41
Ferrari 065/6
1:15.331
41


14
10
Pierre Gasly
Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda
AT02
Honda RA621H
1:15.412
71


15
63
George Russell
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:15.539
59


16
6
Nicholas Latifi
Williams Racing
FW43B
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:15.573
66


17
77
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
F1 W12
Mercedes-AMG F1 M12
1:15.706
18


18
47
Mick Schumacher
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:16.425
51


19
9
Nikita Mazepin
Uralkali Haas F1 Team
VF-21
Ferrari 065/6
1:16.866
64



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Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
Fotos: Mercedes/Red Bull/Mclaren/Aston Martin/Alpine/Ferrari/Alpha Tauri/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
Fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/gp-de-monaco-5aetapa-do-mundial-de-formula-1-2021/

GoVal
24/05/2021, 16:19
¡Muchas gracias, deivison! :l_martini:




________________________



Este fue el problema de Bottas. Menuda mala suerte.



https://twitter.com/F1/status/1396826173347401730?s=20

GoVal
24/05/2021, 17:17
Virutas de Goma™ @VirutasF1 (https://twitter.com/VirutasF1) · 6h (https://twitter.com/VirutasF1/status/1396746941220929537)


Para que se entienda mejor: la pistola arrancó y dejó lisas las caras de donde se acopla. Siempre sufren pero esta vez, y aparentemente debido a una dilatación excesiva, la pistola se quedó sin algo con lo que hacerla girar. Imagínate la cara del mecánico cuando lo vió


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2I98BMXIAMy4Ki.jpg:large

GoVal
24/05/2021, 18:25
Un poco de «salseo». :gaydude:



Fernando Alonso and Linda Morselli with Briatore's wife last night.


https://twitter.com/Supportalonso_/status/1396807486821257218?s=20

GoVal
24/05/2021, 22:31
Los de Mercedes no cómo pudo ocurrir lo de la tuerca de Bottas. La rueda no la pudieron quitar y el coche va a la fábrica con ella puesta.


Mercedes no se explica el fallo en la tuerca de Bottas


Casi 24 horas después, el equipo no ha podido retirar el neumático blando del vehículo de piloto finlandés.





https://www.caranddriver.com/es/formula-1/a36515831/f1-mercedes-fallo-tuerca-monaco/

GoVal
24/05/2021, 22:41
Lo de Ferrari tiene todavía menos explicación que lo de la tuerca de Bottas. :facepalm: Que después de un toque como el que se dió Leclerc no sustituyeran también los elementos de la parte izquierda, tiene delito, y más en un equipo de su experiencia y presupuesto. Si fue por falta de tiempo, por no querer gastar un comodín, más delito todavía. Lo peor de no realizar ese cambio no es perder la victoria si no que de haber salido, ponían en peligro a su piloto al mandarlo a correr con un palier dañado. No me parece serio lo que han hecho.



Binotto confiesa que Ferrari no revisó el palier de Leclerc


Centrados en la caja de cambios, no prestaron la debida atención al resto de elementos.



https://www.caranddriver.com/es/formula-1/a36514352/f1-binotto-palier-revisar-monaco-leclerc/

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:46
Así es, Govy. :sisi1::facepalm:

Parece increíble que estas a estructuras mastodónticas, se les pase un problema así, menuda falta de profesionalidad.

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:48
Impresiones de los equipos después de la Carrera:

Monaco GP: Race team notes - HaasUralkali Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team drivers Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin) and Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher) classified 17th and 18th, respectively at the Monaco Grand Prix, Round 5 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.

Sunday's grand prix marked a return to Monaco's streets after a year's absence and for both Mazepin and Schumacher it marked their first experience in Formula 1 machinery. The rookie pairing opted for Pirelli P Zero Red soft tires for the first stint and battled clearly on the opening lap, with Schumacher holding 18th position and Mazepin 19th. A suspected fuel pressure pick-up issue slowed Schumacher and he ceded track position to his teammate while the setback worked to a resolution.


A one-stop strategy was the order for both drivers, with Mazepin coming in on lap 36 of 78, cycling through to White hard tires, and Schumacher making the same move three laps later. Mazepin and Schumacher duly preserved their positions through to the checkered flag, registering 17th and 18th respectively, to rack up another finish aboard the VF-21s.


Uralkali Haas (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/12/haas) F1 Team will next be in action at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, to be held at the Baku City Circuit, from June 4 to 6.

Nikita Mazepin (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/70/nikita-mazepin): "The race was very intense. Ever since I started racing in single-seaters I haven't had so much required concentration, because on this track, even though we're one of the slowest teams, everything flies by so much. There was a moment when I was going through turn 14, I just felt like I touched the wall, and that's where Charles (Leclerc) went off yesterday, I mean there was just really no margin for mistakes. The car was quite difficult to drive fast out there but we've made good progress within my internal team since Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona) and that's a very positive picture."


Mick Schumacher (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/69/mick-schumacher): "We had a small issue for a few laps and unfortunately I lost a lot of time to the guys ahead and I had to let Nikita (Mazepin) by because we didn't manage to fix it before. After that the pace was quite good, I felt we were quite close to matching the pace in the midfield which was good, and we caught up to Nikita. We didn't do a switchback which was ok, it was understandable - obviously, we had quite a few guys behind us so there was going to be blue flags. Overall, lots learned this weekend, with some positives and some negatives but we live and we learn I guess. I'm already looking forward to Baku."


Guenther Steiner: "It's a good thing at this race that we got to the end of it with both cars unharmed. Mick (Schumacher) had a temporary power issue which we think was related to the fuel pressure pick up, it was unfortunate, but he was able to keep going at least. We did good laps and the guys learned a lot about Monte Carlo - which is always a tough race. Obviously, there was no big event that happened that would have allowed us any opportunity. Once you start to get into the blue flags, tire temperatures come down and you just keep falling back, and that's what happened to us today. Onwards and upwards - ready for the next one."

https://www.pitpass.com/69786/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Haas

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:50
Monaco GP: Race team notes - AlpineAlpine F1 Team scored two points from the 2021 Formula Monaco Grand Prix courtesy of Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon)'s ninth place finish around the legendary Monte Carlo streets. Fernando Alonso (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/1/fernando-alonso) was outside the points in thirteenth after a battling drive from seventeenth.

A well-timed pit-stop, matched with solid execution by the crew, propelled Esteban into ninth, for his fourth consecutive finish inside the top ten.


Fernando made a quick getaway off the line, which put him on the cusp of the points, with his stop on lap 45 putting him in a position to capitalise on any mistakes from the group ahead. He crossed the line in thirteenth place.


Esteban too had launched well from the grid, pressuring both Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi) and Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez) on the run up towards the Casino complex. Eventually, though, Esteban relinquished his spot in front of the pair, settling into tenth place during the early running.


His pit-stop on lap 37 allowed him to overcut Giovinazzi for ninth with an eye on a battle for eighth place with Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll) who was on a reverse Hard to Soft tyre strategy. Stroll was able to pass in the latter stages after his pit-stop, with Esteban settling for ninth place at the flag.

Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon): "It's been a positive race for us today with ninth place and our fourth points-scoring finish in a row. We managed to overtake Giovinazzi on our strategy - thanks to a great pit-stop from the team - but we missed out on Stroll who was very quick on the harder tyres. I'm happy to score points again, especially after defending so much at the end. I think we can take some good things from this race on a weekend that was not easy for us. We've learnt a lot, we've been taught a few things, which will only help us moving forward. I'm sure there's more to come from us."


Fernando Alonso (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/1/fernando-alonso): "It was a disappointing weekend as we didn't score points. As a team, we were expecting more coming into this one. My race wasn't too bad, starting seventeenth and finishing thirteenth, overtaking two cars on the first lap with some risks. Our second stint was quite long on the Softs, but they seemed to work quite well. I am satisfied with the race but starting so far back in Monaco is always difficult and we need to improve for Baku."


Marcin Budkowski, Executive Director: "It was a tough race for us today. A difficult qualifying made it a challenge in the streets of Monaco where overtaking is nearly impossible. Both drivers made a good start and Fernando gained some positions on the first lap. After that it was the usual Monaco race with very few overtakes. Esteban did well on his first stint and after his pit-stop he was able to jump (Antonio) Giovinazzi for ninth, but we lost out to (Lance) Stroll who was on a different strategy. The bottom line is that it's a poor weekend for us after two encouraging performances in Portugal and Spain. We trust that it's a one-off and for Baku we'll go back to where we were before Monaco. Nevertheless, our competitors in the championship have made the most of this race so we need to do better."

https://www.pitpass.com/69788/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Alpine

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:51
Monaco GP: Race team notes - WilliamsGeorge Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/69789/drivers/66/george-russell) finished 14th and Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi) 15th in the Monaco Grand Prix. George started 15th and Nicholas 18th, both on the medium Pirelli tyre. Both drivers ran a one-stop race, switching to the hard compound with George pitting on lap 31 and Nicholas on lap 43.

Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Today has been difficult and with no incidents, we weren't able to make much progress. George lost a place at the start to Alonso, but Nicholas was able to overtake Tsunoda, who had started on the Hard tyre. From there we were locked in a private battle between our own cars and Tsunoda. We were able to manage the cars and tyres, and although we struggled a little in the opening stint, the pace was improved on the Hard tyre and we were able to hold off Tsunoda during the final few laps, with Nicholas doing a great job to stay ahead of a much quicker car.


We always expected this weekend to be tough but having not raced on the streets in Monaco for a couple of years, it was good to come back and learn a few more things about the FW43B on a very different style of circuit. Some of this will help us directly at future events in 2021 and the rest will be valuable when we return to Monte Carlo next year.

Our attention now turns to Azerbaijan and a very different street circuit race in Baku.


George Russell (https://www.pitpass.com/69789/drivers/66/george-russell): It was a pretty straightforward race and we finished where we deserved to be with the pace of the car. The race was uneventful, with nothing too exciting going on, but that's just Monaco sometimes. The performance wasn't as good as we had hoped but that wouldn't have changed the result. Nevertheless, putting this car flat out around the streets of Monaco, lap after lap was really fun. Next up is Baku and we will keep on pushing.


Nicholas Latifi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/62/nicholas-latifi): It was a very tricky race, probably the trickiest race I have done so far in Formula One, but I think I managed it quite well. It is definitely a track that doesn't suit our car, either on low or high fuel, with the low speed corners and the bumps. It was very tough out there to manage, but I feel like I looked after the tyres as best I could. I did have some more pace than George at various points in the race, but ultimately, we wouldn't have been in the position to score points. There was no Monaco chaos, but that's just how it goes sometimes here.

https://www.pitpass.com/69789/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Williams

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:53
Monaco GP: Race team notes - MercedesLewis finished in his starting position of P7 after dropping three places when a failed undercut left him vulnerable to an overcut from the cars behind, however he salvaged an extra point with the fastest lap of the race.

Valtteri was forced to retire when a wheel nut issue prevented his front-right tyre from being changed during a pit-stop on lap 29.


The entire grid gained one place after a driveshaft issue prevented pole-sitter Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) from starting the race.


Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) (105 points) leads the Drivers' Championship by 4 points from Lewis (101) with Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris) in P3 (56) and Valtteri (47) in P4. Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) (149 points) lead the Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes)-AMG Petronas F1 Team (148 points) by 1 point in the Constructors' Championship.


Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton): Congratulations to Max and his team, they did a better job today. For our team, it's through our losses and our mistakes that we always grow stronger. This has definitely been a poor weekend overall in terms of our performance, but this team has shown time and time again, how we come back fighting. There's no finger pointing, we win and we lose together - we just need to find our feet and stay cool, we have 18 races left and there's a long way to go in this fight.


We'll be working hard because we need to make sure this doesn't happen again. There's no reason why we should be performing like this on any weekend with all the experience we have together as a team. We'll have some good discussions internally, it's painful to learn these lessons but we've done it many times before.


Valtteri Bottas (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/3/valtteri-bottas): Sitting in the car at the pit stop, I knew it was a slow one and I was calculating Sainz getting past, then Norris, and when it got to 30 seconds, I couldn't believe it. It's obviously hugely disappointing and we need to learn so it never happens again. It was bad luck from my side and as a team, it will be a priority for us to improve our pit stops moving forward. Our pit stops haven't been our strongest point this year - there's no one to blame, as a team we just need to be better.


Between lap 15 and 20, it was a good margin between Max and I but when Max started to lift his pace, I noticed my front left started to give up more than his and I lost some ground. There was a gap when I stopped and perhaps it would have been difficult to fight for the win, even though we would have fought hard, but second place should have been possible today.


We'll have a meeting to go through the race in detail on Tuesday, to understand what I could do better and what we can do better, then we'll move on and get ready for Baku.


Toto Wolff: Days like today are the ones we learn the most but that doesn't stop the experience from feeling awful. We had a pretty terrible race day on Sunday, we had a lot of degradation with Valtteri, while still being in the hunt for the podium. Then we machined a wheel nut at the stop, which has never happened to that extent before, and he was forced to retire.


With Lewis, we just didn't have the pace in the car - it's as simple as that. The undercut looked like the only feasible way of clearing Gasly and there wasn't any mistake, the outlap was good, the pit stop was OK but it just wasn't enough.


You have to take a weekend like this on the chin - today we lost a few points but this is a long championship, it is going to swing back and forth and in the end we will see in Abu Dhabi who has their nose ahead. We will regroup and look back, as much as it hurts, to learn the lessons and come back stronger.


Andrew Shovlin: A really difficult day for the team and lots of areas that we need to look at but we'll come away from here and analyse everything objectively. Retiring a car with an issue at a pitstop is clearly not good enough, the nut was damaged to the point where it was never going to come off so we had no option but to park the car. However, our pace wasn't good enough to challenge Max as we were losing grip towards the end of the stint on soft and couldn't keep up.


With Lewis it was always going to be a difficult Sunday because we didn't get him far enough up the grid on Saturday. However, we'd hoped to move forward but our attempt at an undercut failed and Lewis was then helpless as he got dragged back with Gasly whilst other cars overcut them both. We've got a busy week ahead of us as we need to get on top of many of our issues ahead of the next race in Baku. However, our difficult days always lead to us learning and improving and we're looking forward to getting back to the race track in few days' time.

https://www.pitpass.com/69790/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Mercedes

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:54
Monaco GP: Race team notes - Aston MartinSebastian Vettel (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/21/sebastian-vettel): "I am happy with fifth place today and it is great for the team to have both cars inside the points. This result is down to great decision-making on the pit wall and having good pace in the car when it mattered. I knew that the two laps before my pit stop would be crucial to our race, and I was able to put in some good lap times on tyres that were past their best, and that made the difference [gaining two places by the overcut]. It was very tight when I came out of the pit lane because I knew [Pierre] Gasly was very close. It is not easy racing wheel-to-wheel up the hill to Casino Square, but we won the drag race, and he had to back out of it. Street circuits can always throw up the unexpected, and we rose to the challenge today."

Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll): "Both cars scoring points in Monaco is a good day for the team. We executed a great strategy and picked up some deserved points for our hard work. It was not easy to race on the hard tyre in the first stint, especially at the start, but I was able to launch well off the line. That gave us a platform for the rest of the race, which came to life late in the stint as we pushed to make the overcut viable or be ready in case the Safety Car came out. We gained three places through the overcut in the end and had strong pace to the end, too. We are still learning every race and we can be proud of the job we did today. We will work hard to keep up this momentum in Baku."


Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "Sebastian produced a truly impressive drive today, finishing fifth after a tough race in which he never put a wheel wrong. He spent the early laps in a solid seventh place, keeping in touch with Lewis [Hamilton] in sixth. Then, in the pit stops, he delivered on an excellent strategy devised by our strategists and engineers to jump both Lewis and Pierre [Gasly]. Checo [Perez] then jumped Sebastian but he had a net gain of two places: the outcome was P5. The way Sebastian exited the pit lane and held off Pierre up the hill to Casino Square was white-knuckle stuff: in fact, it was the highlight of the race, and Sebastian was duly voted Driver of the Day, which was both welcome and deserved. Lance also drove extremely well, pushing hard when it mattered to make the overcut work against Ocon and Giovinazzi. His pace was strong and it was a gutsy performance to gain four positions on a circuit on which gaining places is notoriously difficult. So, overall, we are pleased to have scored a total of 14 world championship points here in Monaco today. Roll on Baku!"

https://www.pitpass.com/69791/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Aston-Martin

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:56
Monaco GP: Race team notes - Alfa RomeoThe point finally arrived, our first top ten finish of the season, and it took a strong, mature performance on the hallowed streets in Monaco to do so. We bring home a point after a weekend in which we put on display the significant progress we made and in which everyone in the team delivered what was asked of them.
After a Saturday that produced the best qualifying of the season, with Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi) starting in 10th and Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen) in 14th, Sunday showed the team's progress is no fluke: race pace was there and there is even a little tinge of disappointment we couldn't come home with more than Antonio and Kimi's P10 and P11. On a different track, where overtaking is a possibility, two cars as far high as P8 and P9 would have been a definite possibility.


To bring home points while thinking even more could have been had shows the hunger and determination of this team. It shows the confidence our performance gave us and the will to continue our string of good results. The duck has been broken and we want to continue scoring. Baku next.

Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "It's great to finally be off the mark and bring home the top ten finish we deserved. We have made great steps forward in the last year, and especially lately: the pace we have shown throughout the weekend demonstrates it. We had a car in Q3 for the first time and continued putting both in Q2; we had the pace to make progress and everyone, from the crew to the drivers and the pitwall, did a very fine job today. Our good race pace would have allowed us to finish even higher on any other track, but we can be very pleased with what we showed. It's a big motivation boost for everyone in the team and can give us confidence to do even better in the next few races, starting in Baku."


Kimi Raikkonen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/17/kimi-raikkonen): "It wasn't the busiest afternoon for me today, we moved up a few places but not much else happened. That's how it often goes here. We showed some good pace and this should help us in the next races, but here in Monaco passing is so hard even if you have a big pace advantage. It is what it is but we can be happy for the team scoring its first point of the season."


Antonio Giovinazzi (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/58/antonio-giovinazzi): "It's really good to finally be back in the points. The pace throughout the weekend was really good and this top-ten finish is the reward for it. On a different track, where overtaking is possible, we could have been in P8, but we need to be happy with this result and the way the team delivered an excellent weekend. We have done a lot of progress and this point will work as a good motivation for all of us, with so many races still ahead of us. I'm looking forward to Baku now, another street race on a track I love. If we produce another great weekend like this, we will have all it takes to bring home another good result."

https://www.pitpass.com/69792/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Alfa-Romeo

llumia
25/05/2021, 08:58
Monaco GP: Race team notes - AlphaTauriPierre Gasly (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/53/pierre-gasly): "It was a pretty long race and obviously with Lewis behind it wasn't easy, I couldn't make any mistakes and just had to focus on my own race ahead, but I really enjoyed it. Finishing P6 today is good, I think we can be happy with that result and it's the best performance of the season so far. The car felt really good in the first stint but once we put the Hards on we really struggled, and it made it pretty difficult on a couple of occasions with Lewis but I'm happy we managed to keep him behind. I believe we took the right strategy today, we had to cover ourselves with Lewis' pitstop, but it didn't quite work out. It was very tight between Seb and I going up the hill, I was quite surprised to see him and there was maybe just a finger between our tyres, but it was great racing. The car performed well today, even if I think we could have achieved more and there are definitely some areas we still need to improve in compared to some of the cars we're fighting against. I'm still pleased with this result though, it was important for us to be back up near the front and getting some big points again was great for the team."

Yuki Tsunoda (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/71/yuki-tsunoda): "Starting from P16 we knew it wouldn't be easy. I struggled for grip in the first lap compared to other cars around me and we lost a few positions, after that I was constantly behind cars, despite having strong pace, so wasn't able to make my way forward. The main thing for me is my Qualifying performance and how I can improve this. I'm going to work hard ahead of the next race so that we can hopefully be in a point scoring position next time out."


Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Leaving Monaco with points is obviously good. However, we're slightly disappointed that it's not more! Sebastian managed to sneak in front of Pierre at the pitstop, which is quite frustrating for us, as he'd had a solid opening stint, but this is something we can go away and review as a team. Yuki's race was fairly uneventful, given his Qualifying position it was clear his race would be heavily influenced by traffic, we tried to do something with the strategy during the race, but it was fairly straight-forward so what we could do was limited. He drove a clean race with no mistakes and for sure has picked up experience which he will put to good use going forward. The package has performed reasonably well here and although the next races are quite different the expectation is that we can also be competitive in the upcoming Grands Prix."

Franz Tost (Team Principal): "Congratulations to Red Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull) Racing, Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) and Honda for this fantastic victory here in Monaco. It was also nice to see spectators here in the grandstands, which added a good atmosphere for the race. Pierre started the race from sixth position and had a good start, defending well against Hamilton and managed his tyres in a very professional way. We called him in for the pitstop on to the Hards and even if we struggled while bringing them to the right window, he could defend well against Hamilton. As for Yuki, he's never competed here in any other category, so this was his first race in Monaco, a track which is of course quite a difficult one to learn in a Formula 1 car. After showing a very good performance in FP1 he had a small accident in FP2, but he could continue to grow his confidence around the track during the Saturday morning session. Qualifying was more difficult for him, he lost some time with the weighbridge and wasn't able to complete an additional lap, which meant he just missed out on Q2 by a small margin. Today he had a clean race and I'm sure he has gained a lot of experience here in Monaco, which will help him in the future. It's good that we finished P6 as now we're back where we started the season and I hope that we can have similar performances in the upcoming races."

https://www.pitpass.com/69793/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-AlphaTauri

llumia
25/05/2021, 09:00
Monaco GP: Race team notes - FerrariA day of mixed fortunes for Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) Mission Winnow. On the one hand happiness that Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz) finished second to claim his first podium finish in red, the team's 774th and 54th in Monaco. The Spaniard drove in a calm and calculated fashion, making no mistakes and 18 points are a just reward at the end of a weekend where he was always competitive at the highest level.

Charles, what a shame! On the other hand, there's great disappointment that Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc) was not even able to line up on the pole position slot on the grid, after his magnificent qualifying performance yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately, on his first lap to the grid, after a few corners, Charles' car showed signs of a problem with the left side driveshaft fixing to the wheel and he had to pit immediately. It only took a few minutes for engineers and mechanics to realise that the damage could not be repaired in the short time prior to the start. Charles could only follow the race from the team hospitality and after the chequered flag, he went and congratulated his team-mate under the podium along with the rest of the team.


Competitive. There were several positive aspects to this weekend, including how competitive was the SF21. Both drivers were able to fight at the top of the time sheet in every session of the weekend. Even with just one car in the race, the Scuderia has extended its lead over its closest rival in the classification by three points, although clearly it is regrettable that the points haul could have been much bigger.


Next stop Baku. The World Championship is back on track in a fortnight's time with the Azerbaijan Grand Prix at the Baku street circuit.


Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz): The first podium in a Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) is an incredible feeling that I will never forget, especially being in Monaco! We knew we had a chance and the pace to make it to the podium this weekend and we executed a flawless race.


The bittersweet feeling is still there though as I feel for Charles and for the team. All of us here at the track and back home in Maranello are working incredibly hard to be competitive and to make our way back to the top. So it was very unfortunate that today we could not fight with two cars.


From my side, I am obviously happy with P2 because I think it was the maximum we could achieve today from where we started. We are still missing the final step that we all want to make, but if we keep pushing like this I'm sure we will get there sooner rather than later! Forza Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)!

Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc): It was a tough one today. I really felt for the whole team.


After what happened in qualifying, the mechanics did an incredible job and gave absolutely everything to get me back on track for the race. I was really looking forward to finally be fighting for the win for us here. Unfortunately, it was not meant to be.


Not starting the race was difficult to take, especially at home. I was emotional in the car when I realised that there was something wrong. We still have to investigate what exactly was the issue.


Overall, it was a good weekend for us though. Carlos was strong and consistent and I am happy for him and the whole team for scoring his first podium for Scuderia Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari). After a difficult year in 2020, this was a great reward for everyone, both at the track and back home in Maranello, and the team fully deserves it.


Mattia Binotto: A weekend of very contrasting emotions for us. Today we had a real chance of winning and so, to leave Monaco with just the points for second place is a touch disappointing. On the other hand, there's the satisfaction of Charles securing a great pole position yesterday, as well as Carlos's first podium in red and especially the signs that the team is making progress step by step.


I was very pleased to see Charles at the podium ceremony to celebrate Carlos's second place with the team. It was a very difficult day for him but he wanted to be with us at what was still an important moment for the team. This is another example of what #essereFerrari means and it is with this sort of attitude that one builds for the future.


Now we have to focus on the next round in Baku. We know it's going to be difficult to be as competitive as we were at this track. It will be important for us to keep going down the path we have taken.

https://www.pitpass.com/69794/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Ferrari

llumia
25/05/2021, 09:02
Monaco GP: Race team notes - McLarenLando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris): "Awesome. Monaco podium! It's pretty incredible, I never thought it could happen coming into this weekend at all, so I'm super, super happy. I'm proud of the team for what we've achieved this weekend. We've made some good progress. We've still got more work to do - it's not like we can let-up now - but another trophy and a lot of points for us, which is pretty awesome. A big thanks to the whole team and everyone back at the factory as well for all the work they're putting into it. It's paying off, and I hope this is motivation to work even harder and keep bringing improvements."

Daniel Ricciardo (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/15/daniel-ricciardo): "This has just been a bit of a weekend to forget for me, unfortunately. The race was always going to be tricky after a difficult qualifying session yesterday and that's how it turned out. I struggled a bit at the start on the Medium and that pretty much decided our race.


"The second stint on the Hard was encouraging and the lap-times really started to improve, but by that point there wasn't much more I could do given how hard it is to pass here. I'll just have to figure out what happened and just step away for a few days to switch off a little bit before going again in Baku.

"On the positive side, it was a great result for Lando and the team, so congratulations to everyone. It shows the pace is there in the car and that we've just got to work at unlocking it, but that will come with time and mileage."


Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "An iconic racetrack with an iconic Gulf livery and P3 in Monaco. What a Sunday afternoon. Congratulations - and a big thank you - to the entire team, especially to those at the MTC in development and production. Together with our colleagues at Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) HPP, they gave us a quick car this weekend. The race team here at the track did a great job ensuring we had a reliable car, strategy made all the right calls and we had excellent pit-stops. Monaco is a tough weekend for the whole organisation, but a big thank you to everyone in the team, who made this weekend possible.


"Lando was flying all weekend and gave us a great result. Daniel had a very tough one. We'll put that behind us as quickly as possible. He was quick in Barcelona (https://www.pitpass.com/circuits/2/barcelona) and had good speed in the second half of the race here - that's what we'll be taking to Azerbaijan. We'll head home now, reset, recharge the batteries, and turn our thoughts to a very different street race in Baku."

https://www.pitpass.com/69795/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-McLaren

llumia
25/05/2021, 09:04
Monaco GP: Race team notes - Red BullMax Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen): "I'm super happy to win the Monaco Grand Prix. It's such a tricky track and you need a smooth weekend so I'm very pleased with what we have achieved as a Team and of course with Honda. I just had to focus on my own race and make sure I had a clean start. Of course it all looked under control but to keep your focus for so many laps is the hardest part because it's easy to relax when you're in the lead and make a mistake, so you have to keep reminding yourself to leave your thoughts on the road and stay focused. I think pace wise, we were always in control because every time someone tried to push me in terms of lap time, we were able to respond and increase the gap. I've never been on the podium here and then the first time it's a win, so it's a bit of redemption for the other races I've had here. Looking ahead to Baku, Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) I think are still the ones to beat, they are very quick on the normal tracks. We are leading the championship and I hope of course to be there at the end of the season because that's the most important thing so we cannot get carried away. But for now, a massive thank you to everyone in the factory and here at the track, we won the Monaco Grand Prix so let's enjoy it."

Sergio Perez (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/13/sergio-perez): "Today is a great day for the Team and I'm very happy for Max, he did a mega job and now we are leading both championships. The Team did a fantastic job on strategy and the communication throughout the race was excellent. We saved the tyres and used them when we needed to which was key and we did two or three qualifying laps to jump the queue of cars to get fourth. I was closing on Lando but he had good tyres left and I never really had a clear chance at him. I was thinking of the long game and getting the points which is important for the Team. The cars are just so wide these days but it is what it is. We managed to minimise the damage from Saturday and I think once I'm more comfortable with the car in qualifying, we'll be in serious contention and fighting for victories as I'm happy and pretty much there on Sundays."


Christian Horner: "It's a phenomenal day for the Team. Max was disappointed yesterday that we didn't get to see him deliver a pole position lap but he dealt with the frustration well and when the opportunity presented itself today he seized it with both hands, driving faultlessly from start to finish to deliver our fifth Monaco victory. Checo also drove an incredibly strong race, the strategy worked well and he had brilliant pace in clean air enabling him to finish fourth. It's Honda's first win here since Senna in 1992, the first time they've led the championship since 1991 and we have to credit them for their hard work in helping us get to this point. They've done a great job and to have three Honda cars in the top six is a fantastic result. As a Team we have great strength in depth and finishing first or second in the first five races of the season is a phenomenal example of teamwork and our ability to fight. There is a long way to go in this championship but we should always enjoy the wins. Commiserations to Charles and Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari), it was a tough day for them but great to see them back up there in the mix. The championship is very tight at the top and today was an important step for us."

https://www.pitpass.com/69796/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Red-Bull

llumia
25/05/2021, 09:05
Monaco GP: Race team notes - PirelliRed Bull (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/8/red-bull)'s Max Verstappen (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/46/max-verstappen) claimed the Monaco win with a one-stop soft-hard strategy from what effectively became pole position, after the original polesitter (Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari) driver Charles Leclerc (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/61/charles-leclerc)) was unable to start. Verstappen's win also moved him into the lead of the drivers' standings. Ferrari (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/2/ferrari)'s Carlos Sainz (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/47/carlos-sainz) finished second while Lando Norris (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/60/lando-norris) was third for McLaren (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/5/mclaren).

The top six all adopted the same soft-hard strategy, but both the P Zero White hard and the P Zero Yellow medium tyres were also seen at the race start.


All the drivers stopped only once, with the exception of Lewis Hamilton (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/9/lewis-hamilton), who finished seventh for Mercedes (https://www.pitpass.com/teams/7/mercedes) with a late second stop to claim the fastest lap on P Zero Red soft tyres.


Aston Martin's Lance Stroll (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/57/lance-stroll) started on the hard tyre and ended up eighth after stopping on lap 58 without losing track position. Alpine's Esteban Ocon (https://www.pitpass.com/drivers/54/esteban-ocon) started on the soft tyre but switched to the medium after 37 laps to finish ninth: the only driver to run this strategy.


Weather conditions were slightly warmer than they had been yesterday and were more similar to free practice on Thursday, with around 20 degrees ambient and 40 degrees of track temperature.


Mario Isola: "Monaco provided quite a few surprises from start to finish with all three compounds seen at the start, as well as three different teams on the podium and four different strategies in the top 10. This underlines how all the tyres brought here were suitable race tyres that played an important role.

Nonetheless, the soft to hard strategy used by Verstappen and all the top six proved to be the most popular run plan. Quite unusually, there were no safety cars in Monaco this year, which often influence the strategy, but from the tyre point of view, we're satisfied with the performance. This was demonstrated also by the race lap record from three years ago being broken by Hamilton on softs towards the end of the grand prix.

Congratulations to Verstappen for the win, and also for leading the championship for the first time."

https://www.pitpass.com/69787/Monaco-GP-Race-team-notes-Pirelli

llumia
25/05/2021, 09:06
Conferencia de Prensa (Domingo):

https://www.pitpass.com/69797/Monaco-GP-Post-Race-press-conference

llumia
25/05/2021, 09:13
El "minuto a minuto":

FP1/FP2:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.com/sport/live/formula1/54909258/page/4
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live-text/f1-monaco-gp-live-commentary-and-updates-fp1-fp2/1098865/

FP3/QUALY:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/54909410
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live-text/f1-monaco-gp-live-commentary-and-updates-fp3-qualifying/1098869/

Carrera:

BBC F1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/formula1/54909412
Autosport: https://www.autosport.com/f1/live-text/f1-monaco-gp-live-commentary-and-updates-race-day/1098873/

llumia
25/05/2021, 09:18
Galerías (AMuS):

Domingo: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-monaco-2021-bilder-rennen/
Sábado: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-monaco-2021-bilder-qualifikation/
Jueves: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-monaco-2021-bilder-training/
Miércoles: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-fotos-gp-monaco-2021-impressionen-mittwoch/

llumia
25/05/2021, 17:03
Mejores momentos sesión FP1:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCZUj3PHjyk

llumia
25/05/2021, 17:05
Mejores momentos sesión FP2:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOQb0VROLSU

llumia
25/05/2021, 17:06
Mejores momentos sesión FP3:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-AGGXq4irI

llumia
25/05/2021, 17:08
'Pole' C. Leclerc:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7JcOEKw-r4

llumia
25/05/2021, 17:10
Mejores momentos de la sesión de Clasificación:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kab08DP664Q

llumia
25/05/2021, 17:11
Mejores momentos de la Carrera:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GK5qm8AZ1dQ

McHouserphy
27/05/2021, 15:40
:hello::gorra:...

Ya estamos "recauchutados" y "como nuevos":gaydude::roto2rie:...


:gracias::gracias::gracias:
MUCHÍSIMAS GRACIAS POR VUESTRO INTERÉS, PREOCUPACIÓN, Y ÁNIMOS. :abrazogrupo::abrazo::abrazo::abrazo:
así que vamos a recuperar el terreno perdido...:putersmile1:...

McHouserphy
27/05/2021, 16:04
Los resultados de las clasificatorias del sábado:

https://imgur.com/nigMSwe.png

https://imgur.com/1j5lQfl.png

https://imgur.com/ilFd59C.png

https://imgur.com/NsUkZEq.png

https://imgur.com/M085Lun.png

McHouserphy
27/05/2021, 16:20
Los números del G.P de Mónaco:

https://imgur.com/WnVTtAq.png

https://imgur.com/0I2OyIx.png

https://imgur.com/bkLVH3p.png

https://imgur.com/dcBm8nk.png

https://imgur.com/CJMAxll.png

https://imgur.com/eLl5o3j.png

https://imgur.com/2lWRVrR.png

https://imgur.com/QWF2Cyb.png

https://imgur.com/RI1nWap.png

https://imgur.com/NsUkZEq.png

https://imgur.com/lypQC46.png

https://imgur.com/91EJc7J.png

https://imgur.com/IVRwPvy.png

https://imgur.com/7Lxbcv5.png

https://imgur.com/dK40iTa.png

https://imgur.com/OJnDItf.png

https://imgur.com/ZE40nhA.png

McHouserphy
27/05/2021, 16:25
2021 MÓNACO - PDFs (https://mega.nz/#!35VEQBpZ!_iDxZ6hSIFkhU9gudhx1_M1Fz89oIgaXmJsYWqn xWxg)


Seguimos porrocesando ... :putersmile1:...

GoVal
27/05/2021, 16:48
¡Muchas gracias, McH! :abrazo: :abrazo: :abrazo:


Una grandísima alegría volver a verte por aquí. :hapydancsmil::hapydancsmil::loveshower::loveshowe r::loveshower::getwell:

GoVal
27/05/2021, 16:55
Por fin han podido sacar la rueda del coche de Bottas. El mecánico me ha recordado a un dentista. :cunaooooo:



https://twitter.com/MercedesAMGF1/status/1397923700003901453?s=20

llumia
27/05/2021, 16:59
Fantásticas noticias, McH :abrazo: :flowers: :abrazo:

GoVal
27/05/2021, 18:15
La rueda más puñetera que se ha encontrado Mercedes. :gaydude:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2Z7kVPXIAcQAa_.jpg:large

McHouserphy
27/05/2021, 18:32
Por fin han podido sacar la rueda del coche de Bottas. El mecánico me ha recordado a un dentista. :cunaooooo:

https://twitter.com/MercedesAMGF1/status/1397923700003901453?s=20

https://imgur.com/siK4lvA.png

Claro, después de desmontar toda la suspensión delantera derecha, han podido desatascar la rueda. :sherlock:
Es como sacar el bloque del motor fuera del coche, para poder quitar la tapa del motor. :risitas:

yorch
28/05/2021, 08:59
:hello::gorra:...

Ya estamos "recauchutados" y "como nuevos":gaydude::roto2rie:...


:gracias::gracias::gracias:
MUCHÍSIMAS GRACIAS POR VUESTRO INTERÉS, PREOCUPACIÓN, Y ÁNIMOS. :abrazogrupo::abrazo::abrazo::abrazo:
así que vamos a recuperar el terreno perdido...:putersmile1:...


El puto amo ha vuelto
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1775560391/ElJonan_400x400.jpg
:aplausos::aplausos::aplausos::aplausos::aplausos: :aplausos::biennn:

GoVal
28/05/2021, 16:51
Toma, McH, para que actualices el Excel. :gaydude:



https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E2al5BDXEAMlcDn.jpg:large

McHouserphy
28/05/2021, 18:05
El puto amo ha vuelto
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1775560391/ElJonan_400x400.jpg
:aplausos::aplausos::aplausos::aplausos::aplausos: :aplausos::biennn:

Gracias tronko y kolega :chocala:

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/GrmScZUJeVQ/hqdefault.jpg
:risitas::cunaooooo:

McHouserphy
28/05/2021, 18:08
La habitual sesión de gráficas de carrera.

GP de Mónaco 2021 :

Posiciones por vuelta y compuesto
https://imgur.com/DWSp8lY.png

Uso de compuestos
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Tiempos de Clasificatorias, vueltas promedio y vueltas rápidas
https://imgur.com/RYD4Fb8.png

https://imgur.com/6rVbzCz.png

Mejores sectores y vuelta ideal
https://imgur.com/ELZuZqo.png

https://imgur.com/oR3Dkyv.png

Velocidades máximas
https://imgur.com/7H1l3Db.png

https://imgur.com/y10m4BB.png

Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos:
https://imgur.com/wlO66Ds.png

Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/Yry36Kh.png

Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/EPbMHby.png

Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/kibtdtW.png

Tiempos por vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/zlnBTYD.png

Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de todos
https://imgur.com/umf5Jf4.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/buALuV3.png

Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/nIIxjo8.png

Ritmo promedio de todos
https://imgur.com/oLUzRL9.png

Ritmo promedio de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/n5pP1jc.png

Tiempos compensados de todos (compensación peso gasolina)
https://imgur.com/S0I1Xl5.png

Stints de los tiempos compensados de todos
https://imgur.com/Tolz4n0.png

Tiempos compensados de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/ycnpg92.png

Stints de los tiempos compensados de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/7Nbk6vM.png

McHouserphy
28/05/2021, 18:08
Distancias entre todos los pilotos
https://imgur.com/F44x6tU.png

Distancias entre los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/9SYQu3D.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Red Bull y Ferrari
https://imgur.com/EjFDEVB.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Red Bull, Ferrari y McLaren
https://imgur.com/aJDrFZI.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Ferrari, McLaren y Aston Martin
https://imgur.com/mKsI4UO.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los McLaren, Aston Martin y AlphaTauri
https://imgur.com/mTsY3LT.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Aston Martin, AlphaTauri y Alpine
https://imgur.com/r6XVcuf.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los AlphaTauri, Alpine y Alfa Romeo
https://imgur.com/mVrEFgV.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Alpine, Alfa Romeo y Williams
https://imgur.com/hHdJEBr.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los Alfa Romeo, Williams y Haas
https://imgur.com/XkEUHUl.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Mercedes
https://imgur.com/U9eucwX.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Ferrari
https://imgur.com/yq6jnMK.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Renault
https://imgur.com/Mvqu69O.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda
https://imgur.com/bSpWynD.png

Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda y Renault
https://imgur.com/iJbJSKf.png

Huella de carrera de todos
https://imgur.com/5KE3ASQ.png

Stints de Huella de carrera de todos
https://imgur.com/llEaWCJ.png

Huella de carrera de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/scU5lKs.png

Stints de Huella de carrera de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/AVG7quo.png

Ritmo Absoluto de todos (compensación peso gasolina)
https://imgur.com/49PpJN9.png

Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de todos
https://imgur.com/CtlbADN.png

Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/wrPxBuk.png

Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros
https://imgur.com/KO4ynoq.png

McHouserphy
28/05/2021, 18:09
Comparación vueltas de Verstappen y Sainz
https://imgur.com/UnqMZRl.png

Comparación vueltas de Sainz y Norris
https://imgur.com/RhINVY2.png

Comparación vueltas de Norris y Perez
https://imgur.com/LksItcj.png

Comparación vueltas de Perez y Vettel
https://imgur.com/aaqixst.png

Comparación vueltas de Vettel y Gasly
https://imgur.com/S49ZaPe.png

Comparación vueltas de Gasly y Hamilton
https://imgur.com/uCyRe5v.png

Comparación vueltas de Hamilton y Stroll
https://imgur.com/dXCK5JI.png

Comparación vueltas de Stroll y Ocon
https://imgur.com/eF9Ub6T.png

Comparación vueltas de Ocon y Giovinazzi
https://imgur.com/iDpMvoB.png

Rendimientos globales en Carrera
https://imgur.com/W5dGJS1.png

Rendimientos con compuestos prime, duros o C3
https://imgur.com/D8vAp1y.png

Rendimientos con compuestos option, medios o C4
https://imgur.com/RB82bOK.png

Rendimientos con compuestos extra, blandos o C5
https://imgur.com/BTcKqNY.png



Y seguimos porrocesando :gaydude::roto2rie:... :putersmile1:...

llumia
29/05/2021, 15:49
Sobre las peripecias de la tuerca de la rueda del auto de VB:

https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/how-bottas-pitstop-ended-up-being-43-hours-long/6516783/

llumia
31/05/2021, 16:34
Las "novedades técnicas" de este GP, captadas por N. Carpentiers :sherlock:

La technique à Monaco : Red Bull peaufine son avantagePour la première fois depuis 2013, Red Bull occupe la tête des classements chez les pilotes et les constructeurs. En partie grâce au développement soutenu de la RB16B.

https://f1i.autojournal.fr/wp-content/uploads/sites/17/2021/05/f1-technique-monaco-red-bull_aileron-avant.jpg

RED BULL, LE DERNIER DES MOHICANS Pour remporter le Grand Prix de Monaco, il fallait maîtriser les pneumatiques et générer beaucoup d’appui. La Red Bull et la Ferrari sont capables de produire beaucoup de charge, mais au prix d’une traînée trop pénalisante sur un circuit classique (a fortiori quand on possède moins de puissance que ses adversaires, comme c’est le cas pour la Scuderia).


Dans les rues tortueuses de la Principauté, où la traînée n’a pas beaucoup d’importance, la RB16B et la SF21 ont pu être fortement chargées sans être pénalisées. Au contraire : leur fort appui à basse vitesse a fait monter les gommes en température, sur une piste fraîche. Tout le contraire de la Mercedes, incapable de faire chauffer les Pirelli – ce qui lui avait justement permis de s’imposer à Barcelone.


Annoncée comme la favorite sur le Rocher (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-features/presentation-magazine/trois-enjeux-grand-prix-f1-monaco/), la Red Bull a donc tenu ses promesses. Sans cependant rien considérer comme acquis, comme en attestent les nouveautés apportées aux bolides de Max Verstappen et Sergio Pérez. Le jeudi, le pilote hollandais a testé une nouvelle version de l’aileron avant (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-f1-aileron-avant/). La courbure du plan principal est plus marquée (comparez les traits verts), cet élément venant s’attacher plus haut sur la dérive latérale (flèches bleues). Des renforts ont été apportés (flèches jaunes), les deux languettes sous l’aileron écartées, mais surtout l’extrémité du volet supérieur (côté dérive) a été relevé, comme on le voit en comparant les flèches blanches.


Cette dernière évolution est à souligner, dans la mesure où Red Bull est la dernière écurie du plateau à conserver un aileron ascendant (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-f1-aileron-avant-2019/3/) (c’est-à-dire avec les extrémités des volets qui remontent). L’écurie Mercedes s’est ainsi peu à peu rapprochée du dessin inauguré par Ferrari et Alfa Roméo (qui ont abouti à une version moins extrême que le dessin initial au fil du temps).


https://f1i.autojournal.fr/wp-content/uploads/sites/17/2021/05/f1-technique-monaco-red-bull_diffuseur.jpg

UN TAUREAU AUX DENTS LONGUES À Monaco, la RB16B était aussi équipée d’un diffuseur dentelé, comme on le voit en comparant les flèches jaunes.


Sur la Red Bull, le deuxième et troisième volets du diffuseur offrent des arrêtes en dents de scie qui empêchent la séparation du flux d’air en créant au sommet de chaque pointe de petits tourbillons qui contribuent à maintenir le flux d’air attaché. Le flux turbulent ainsi créé génère de l’appui, mais aussi de la traînée, ce qui n’est pas trop pénalisant sur le tracé urbain de Monte-Carlo.


On se souvient que Mercedes avait déjà utilisé une languette dentelée sur son aileron arrière (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-f1-galerie-grand-prix-ditalie/3/), alors que Ferrari l’avait installée sur l’aileron avant il y a quelques années (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/z-flux-rss/galerie-technique-grand-prix-de-singapour/5/).



https://f1i.autojournal.fr/wp-content/uploads/sites/17/2021/05/f1-technique-monaco-alfa-romeo-z-floor.jpg

ALFA ROMEO REJOINT LE CLUB DES “Z” À Imola, Alfa Romeo a suivi la tendance et adopté une découpe en “Z” du fond plat, portant du coup à neuf le nombre d’écuries ayant retenu ce dessin. Haas ayant décidé de ne pas faire évoluer sa monoplace, on peut considérer que l’ensemble du plateau a adopté ce dessin (depuis Barcelone pour McLaren (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-barcelone-mercedes-developpe-discretement/2/), depuis Imola pour Ferrari et Williams (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-imola-club-z-sagrandit/), et depuis Bahreïn pour les autres écuries).


On le sait, les nouvelles dimensions du diffuseur et du soubassement imposées par le règlement technique (découpe du fond plat, réduction des déflecteurs dans le diffuseur, diminution des ailettes attachées aux écopes de frein arrière (https://f1i.auto-moto.com/magazine/magazine-technique/reglement-technique-f1-2021-explique/3/)) visaient à réduire l’appui d’environ 10 %. Toucher à cette zone, même très légèrement, produit de grands effets sur une F1, puisque le soubassement et le diffuseur génèrent à eux seuls près de 60 % de l’appui total d’une Formule 1 (https://f1i.auto-moto.com/magazine/magazine-technique/secrets-diffuseur-formule-1/).


L’un de ces changements a contraint les aérodynamiciens à retirer du fond plat une zone triangulaire. La pointe la plus aigüe de ce triangle rectangle doit débuter 180 cm en arrière de l’axe des roues avant. Large de 10 cm, la base de ce triangle doit quant à elle commencer 17,5 cm en avant de l’axe des roues arrière.


L’intention de la FIA était que le côté le plus long de ce triangle soit une ligne droite sans cassure. C’était sans compter l’imagination des aérodynamiciens, qui ont retiré un second triangle, plus petit. Du fait de cette découpe supplémentaire, le bord du fond plat présente une cassure en forme de “Z”.
À QUOI ÇA SERT ? Les équipes qui ont réalisé cette deuxième découpe l’ont fait pour que le bord du fond plat soit de nouveau parallèle à l’axe longitudinal de la voiture, comme c’était le cas auparavant.


À l’exception notable de la Mercedes, les neuf monoplaces concernées possèdent un déflecteur vertical placé dans le coin droit de la découpe. Cette pièce va générer de petits vortex le long du fond plat afin d’aider à fermer les bords du soubassement. Ils produisent une sorte de paroi, dans l’esprit des jupes des années 1970, qui empêche que n’entrent les turbulences causées par la rotation des roues arrière.


La C41 de Kimi Räikkönen et Antonio Giovinazzi possédait déjà ce déflecteur. En revanche, elle a reçu quatre nouveaux déflecteurs, installés parallèlement au bord du fond plat (flèches bleues).


https://f1i.autojournal.fr/wp-content/uploads/sites/17/2021/05/f1-technique-monaco-alpine-bargeboards.jpg

UN PEU DE McLAREN SUR L’ALPINE En raison de problèmes liés à la soufflerie, l’écurie Alpine a perdu du temps cet hiver et a entamé le championnat avec un désavantage en performance.


C’est la raison pour laquelle elle imprime à son développement un rythme très soutenu. Après l’aileron avant et la cape en Émilie-Romagne (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-imola-club-z-sagrandit/3/), après le diffuseur au Portugal (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-portimao-red-bull-accelere-developpement/3/), après le diffuseur – encore une fois – en Espagne (https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-barcelone-mercedes-developpe-discretement/3/), c’est au tour des bargeboards d’être retouchés sur la monoplace de Fernando Alonso et Esteban Ocon.


Une ailette a été ajoutée au déflecteur latéral (flèches jaunes et détail en médaillon), un peu dans l’esprit de ce que fait McLaren depuis l’année passée. Deux éléments verticaux ont par contre été supprimés (flèches rouges).


Les bargeboards jouent trois rôles sur les F1 actuelles (conditionneur de flux, générateur de vortex et créateur d’appui), que nous détaillons dans notre dosser exclusif (https://f1i.auto-moto.com/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-f1-deflecteurs-lateraux-importants/).


On notera que les écuries utilisent une direction modifiée pour les tracés urbains comme Monaco, où les épingles sont plus serrées qu’ailleurs. Cet ajustement de la direction est une exception au développement mécanique figé des bolides.



https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-monaco-red-bull-peaufine-avantage/

https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-monaco-red-bull-peaufine-avantage/2/

https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/magazine-technique/technique-a-monaco-red-bull-peaufine-avantage/3/

AlexCastillo
09/06/2021, 15:19
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