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    F1 2021 - G.P. Nº 15 - RUSIA

    FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2021 – GP Nº 15
    RUSIA GRAND PRIX

    SOCHI Autodrom



    Olympic Park
    Imeretinskaya lowland
    Adler district
    Sochi
    Krasnodar region
    Russian Federation
    354000
    HORARIOS:

    Viernes 24 de Septiembre :
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 1 :Horario Local : 11:30 a 12:30 - España : 10:30 a 11:030 - GMT : 08:30 a 09:30
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 2 :Horario Local : 15:00 a 16:00 - España : 14:00 a 15:00 - GMT : 12:00 a 13:00

    Sábado 25 de Septiembre :
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 3 : Horario Local : 12:00 a 13:00 - España : 11:00 a 12:00 - GMT : 09:00 a 10:00
    • Clasificatorias de Parrilla de Salida : Horario Local :15:00 a 16:00 - España : 14:00 a 15:00 - GMT : 12:00 a 13:00

    Domingo 26 de Septiembre :
    • CARRERA: Horario Local: 15:00 - España: 14:00 - GMT: 12:00


















    Datos Básicos de Pista
    • Fecha de creación: 2014
    • Primer Gran Premio de F1: 12/10/2014
    • Grandes Premios organizados: 7
    • Capacidad de espectadores: 55000
    • Longitud oficial: 5,853km / 3,637 millas
    • Número de vueltas: 53
    • Sentido de giro: Derechas (Horario).
    • Longitud total de carrera:310,209km / 192,75 millas.
    • Longitud rodadura: metros.
    • Compensación de linea de salida: 210m.

    • Curvas oficiales: 18.
    • Curvas oficiales a derecha: 12
    • Curvas oficiales a izquierda: 6.
    • Curvas reales: 14.
    • Curvas reales a derecha: 10
    • Curvas reales a izquierda: 4
    • Velocidad Máxima Speed Trap: 335 Km/h
    • Porcentaje de tiempo en frenada: 15%
    • Porcentaje de vuelta con acelerador a fondo: 60%

    • Consumo por vuelta: 1,88 Kg.
    • Consumo por vuelta: 2,50 litros.
    • Penalización por vuelta de combustible: 0,073 s.
    • Demora por cada 10Kg de carga: 0,39 s.
    • Tiempo de entrada y salida de pits (sin repostar): 21,6s.
    • Distancia desde la salida hasta la primera frenada: 705 m.
    • Tiempo de vuelta de referencia: 1:32,900
    • Carga aerodinámica: Media
    • Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Alto

    • Datos de Frenada:

    • La frenada más dura de Sochi:

    • Agarre del asfalto: Bajo
    • Tipo de neumático: Blando
    • Compuestos seleccionados por Pirelli:

    • Ventana Pit Stop a 1 parada : vueltas 30 a 34
    • Ventana Pit Stop a 2 paradas : vueltas 16 a 21 y 32 a 38
    • Ventana Pit Stop a 3 paradas : vueltas 15 a 17 , 26 a 30 y 38 a 41


    Mejor pole : 1:31,304 L. Hamilton (Mercedes-2020)
    Mejor Vuelta : 1:35,761 L. Hamilton (Mercedes-2019)
    Pole 2020 : 1:31,304 L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    Vuelta Rápida 2020 : 1:37,030 V. Bottas (Mercedes)
    Podio 2020 : 1º V. Bottas ; 2º M. Verstappen ; 3º L. Hamilton



    Piloto con más Poles: 2 N.Rosberg, L. Hamilton
    Escudería con más Poles: 5 Mercedes
    Piloto con más victorias: 4 L.Hamilton
    Escudería con más Victorias: 7 Mercedes

    Sochi circuit guide con Esteban Gutierrez:


    Vuelta On Board de la Pole de Hamilton del pasado año 2020:


    HighLights Clasificatorias Rusia 2020:


    2020 F1 Russian GP Highlights Race :


    Mejores OnBoards de carrera en Sochi 2020:


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    Obra del "diseñador adjudicatario oficial de la FIA" Hermann Tilke, el circuito, es una mezcla entre el Gilles Villeneuve de Montreal, Albert Park de Melbourne y el ex-circuito urbano de Valencia, con los que comparte las condiciones de urbano y semipermanente.

    Con 5853 metros de cuerda, se convierte en el tercer circuito más largo de la temporada, tras Spá-Francorchamps y Silverstone.

    Llama la atención la gran amplitud de la curva cuatro, que recuerda a la antigua curva 8 del este año rescatado Istambul Park.

    El resto del trazado es el típico de las pistas urbanas, curvas de 90º separadas por tramos rectos, a excepción de las semirectas o semicurvas uno, doce y trece, lo que le convierte en la habitual pista de aceleración y frenada, y en la que una buena tracción en salida de curva lenta, junto con una media/alta carga aerodinámica son preponderantes, pero de difícil compatilbilidad con la inacabable recta de meta.



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    PALMARÉS

    2019 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2018 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2017 : V. Bottas (Mercedes)
    2016 : N. Rosberg (Mercedes)
    2015 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2014 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
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    Llega uno de los GP "estrella" del campeonato, que tal y como está la cosa uno no puede perderse

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    Llega uno de los GP "estrella" del campeonato, que tal y como está la cosa uno no puede perderse
    Pues le quedan este y el próximo año, para el 2023, Puttin ya planea cambiarlo a San Petersburgo ...

    Y la verdad es que , tal y como está "la cosa", cualquier sitio promete dar espectáculo , aunque no por la pista precisamente ...
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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Si hay algún tipo de curva que odie sobremanera es la formada en este circuito desde la T2 a la T4. En esta ocasión al existir una instalación no quedaba otra, pero, por ejemplo, en el Circuito de las Américas, se podría haber evitado y ahí está una "curva" de "este tipo" en el 3º sector. Y parece que en el circuito de St. Petersburgo va a pasar algo parecido

    Última edición por llumia; 20/09/2021 a las 16:21
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Pues a ver si este GP nos da alguna sorpresita y vemos una carrera entretenida en la que por fin el ganador no sea un piloto Mercedes.


    El viernes sólo podré ver los últimos 15 minutos de los libres 2. A ver si cuando los ponga me encuentro a algún piloto con el ojo morado o algo.


    ¡Gracias por el Putinhilo, McH!

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    A mi, lo que más me desagrada de una pista de carreras es esto :



    ... 1,9m de desnivel máximo

    Apartir de ahí, ya no hay manera de hacer nada decente
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    A ti es que te gustan los toboganes y los peraltes.

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    Es que me gustan las cosas difíciles, como las frenadas cuesta abajo y en mojado , y si además tiene peralte y está al revés...
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    ¿Te gustan también las carreras de lanchas? porque así está el circuito.




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    Adrian Puente | Telemétrico F1 @TelemetricoF1 · 8min

    Después de la #qualifying de #RussianGP @redbullracing va a evaluar un cambio de motor en el auto de @Max33Verstappen

    Parece oportuno, ya que el neerlandés tiene una sanción de 3 puestos por el incidente en #MonzaGP

    #telemetricof1

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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Leclerc estrenará el nuevo sistema híbrido de Ferrari en Rusia; Sainz, no
    Ferrari actualizará este fin de semana, su unidad de potencia en el Gran Premio de Rusia de Fórmula 1, obligando a Charles Leclerc a penalizar en parrilla. Carlos Sainz tendrá que esperar.
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    Impresiones de los equipos antes del GP:



    Russian GP: Preview - Williams

    Following an intense triple-header to kick off the second half of the season, the team heads to the shores of the Black Sea and Sochi Autodrom for round 15 of the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship.


    The 5.848km street circuit winds its way around the Olympic Park, site of the 2014 Winter Olympics, passing venues such as the Bolshoy Ice Dome and the Adler Arena Skating Centre. The circuit is the fifth longest on the calendar and combines a number of tight, twisty sections with long straights and a fast, sweeping turn four, perhaps the most notable corner on the track.


    Heading into the weekend, having scored points in three of the last four races, sites like https://www.indiana-bet.com/sportsbo...tsbook-review/ are quoting 4/11 for both cars to be classified, while George Russell is quoted at 13/8 to add to his points tally and Nicholas Latifi at 5/1.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: The team have enjoyed a weekend at home for the first time since the summer shutdown and we are now heading to Russia looking forward to continuing the season and looking to consolidate our recent run of good form.


    The Sochi Autodrom is a tricky circuit, with the final sector in particular being very demanding, especially if the tyres have had a hard time earlier in the lap. The track surface has been evolving continuously since we first came here but is now stabilising and provides a good base for the Pirelli tyres. Like last year we have the softest compounds of the Pirelli range here and these should form a good combination for qualifying and the race. The weather is forecast to be cooler than 12 months ago, and this will require a slightly different approach to the tyres, but this should be manageable.


    With the majority of Sector Two consisting of medium-speed corners and the low-speed nature of Sector Three, achieving a good overall set-up is difficult. Our experience on Friday will be important for judging how the tyres will perform over a full race stint and therefore what the best compromises are for trading qualifying and race pace.


    The Olympic Park provides a dramatic backdrop to this circuit and leads to a track layout that is demanding for both the car and the drivers. There are likely be a range of solutions for tackling this circuit and we look forward to the challenge of competing at this unique venue.


    George Russell: I feel rested and recovered after the recent triple-header and ready to go back racing once again in Russia. It's a demanding track with some tricky sections along with some fast corners which make it a challenge for both the driver and the car.

    The Olympic Park in Sochi is also a unique location to go racing and rushing past some of the venues for the Winter Olympics makes for a spectacular backdrop. Following some strong results in recent races, including three points finishes in the last four races, we will be pushing hard as a team to carry that momentum into this weekend.


    Nicholas Latifi: Russia is an interesting and unique track which gives a street circuit vibe. It has a lot of similar corners so it's very important to get the car set-up dialled in to suit the series of 90-degree turns, and they can sometimes make it difficult to get in a rhythm. The last sector is also very technical, so you can win or lose a lot of time there. We've had some strong races recently, so I'll be looking to maintain the positive momentum and make the most of any opportunities that present themselves in Sochi.


    https://www.pitpass.com/70786/Russia...eview-Williams


    Russian GP: Preview - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team is geared up for Round 15 of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship, the Russian Grand Prix, at Sochi Autodrom.


    Formula 1 first ventured to Russia in 2014, with the roads around the stadia used for the Winter Olympics converted into a semi-permanent racetrack, known as Sochi Autodrom. The 5.8km circuit, located alongside the Black Sea, features an abundance of off-camber 90-degree corners linked by full-throttle sections, while its infrequent use means there is a high track evolution across the course of the weekend.


    The close proximity of the walls also adds to the challenge while the long run down to the first heavy braking zone at turn two, and tight nature of the complex, means first-lap skirmishes are commonplace. The circuit's centerpiece is the long-radius negatively cambered turn four, an acceleration zone that bends 180 degrees around the flag-lined Medals Plaza, taking almost 10 seconds to negotiate from entry to exit.


    Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher have prior experience of the Sochi Autodrom. Mazepin, a native of Russia, finished on the podium during previous visits in the GP3 Series in 2018 and Formula 2 championship in 2020. Schumacher's first taste of Sochi Autodrom in 2020 resulted in an emphatic Formula 2 Feature Race victory while a podium in the Sprint Race the next day put him firmly within reach of a title he went on to clinch.


    After a fairly grueling triple-header to kick start the second half of Formula 1's 2021 season - how did the team get through it and how does past experience help you guide personnel through the demands of such a schedule?


    Guenther Steiner: "Everybody was tired after the triple-header which is very demanding as we found out, and even after the summer break it was still tough for everybody. These things, you just have to work through them and try to keep the team motivated and try to give them a few days off in-between when it is possible, so at least they can chill out for a few days but there is no magic to it. It's trying to have them see the light at the end of the tunnel."


    You managed to spend time at the team's Maranello design office before the Italian Grand Prix along with team owner Gene Haas. What was his take on the work going into the VF-22 and the team's push towards the 2022 campaign? Is there a more streamlined approach to the design process with the new base?

    GS: "These are the things that keep me and the whole team going - the future. Going there with Gene, he hasn't been in Italy for three years, due to COVID-19 he couldn't come for the last few years, so I showed him around and how we've changed over, how we've organized ourselves and how Simone is leading the group. I think he was happy with what he saw, and again he looks forward to 2022 like all of us. I think we will be ready. Where we end up, I don't know yet but for sure we will make steps forward."


    Obviously, the Russian Grand Prix is a home race for Nikita Mazepin. Have you spoken to Nikita about the excitement of competing in your first home race as an F1 driver and any extra pressure it potentially brings? Having witnessed the 'Max Factor' at Zandvoort recently, do you feel it adds an extra dimension for the crowd to have a home driver to root for?

    GS: "I haven't spoken with Nikita yet about it but obviously when I get there I will speak to him, if he's got time for me! I've seen his schedule and what he's got to do, only for media, and the attention he gets in Russia it will be quite a demanding weekend for him but hopefully a lot of people support him. Obviously, he's not racing for the championship like Max is at the moment so the crowd may not be as big for him but I'm sure he has got a lot of fans there and let's see what they come up with. I am interested myself in how far we can bring Formula 1 in Russia."


    In your opinion, how has the Russian Grand Prix evolved over the years - first as a new F1 territory back in 2014 to present day and with a new circuit in St Petersburg on the agenda for 2023.

    GS: "I think Russia is always an interesting race. It's completely different to anything else in my opinion as a track. People are welcoming there, there is a good vibe in Russia, the organizers always do a good job with it. Somehow, it's sad that we leave Sochi but somehow, it's nice that we go to St Petersburg as it's a new racetrack again.

    Apparently, it's a fantastic city - I haven't been there - but as I always say, I love the historic style, but I also love the new style. I'm sure Sochi wants to do their second to last Grand Prix on a high and the last year on an even higher status. All in all, Sochi is a great place to go to, especially with a Russian driver and hopefully we will have a lot of fans rooting for us."


    This week we head to Sochi for your home race, the Russian Grand Prix. Tell us what it's like to race at home in front of your home crowd?

    Nikita Mazepin: "First of all, I'm massively looking forward to going there. I've been in Sochi a few times, I went there for the first ever Grand Prix back in 2014 if I'm not mistaken, and back in the day, the country had a very different meaning for me. I didn't race for my country, I wasn't even in Formula 3 at the time. Obviously to have made it six years later means a lot to me and I'm one of the fortunate drivers who has a home race and I'm looking forward to experiencing the feeling of it."


    You've stood on the podium here, most recently securing second place in the sprint race during the 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship, tell us what that was like.

    NM: "I've been on the podium twice and taken pole position there. It's a circuit I genuinely enjoy driving, not that we will be doing much this year. There's a very long straight with DRS in, and in junior categories I've done a few very nice overtakes there.

    It's always nice to be on the podium in any race, and if it's your home race it's even better."


    Do you feel the pressure from racing in front of your home crowd or do you view it as extra motivation? How is it from a driver's mental perspective?

    NM: "I think it's positive pressure. There's this pressure that makes you tense in the car and makes you slower. The Sochi pressure for me is just giving me extra motivation and it gives me more endorphins and energy to power through the more difficult moments in the build-up to the race. Nevertheless, I'm going there with a clear mind to try and extract everything I can from myself and the car and I'm looking forward to seeing what the atmosphere is going to be like after what everybody has seen the Netherlands and what they showed us."


    Sochi is Round 15 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Tell us about your Formula 1 journey so far - what's surprised you and what's excited you?

    NM: "It hasn't been a smooth ride but the tougher situations in life make you enjoy the easier ones and make you taste the success with a different feeling. It hasn't been easy, Formula 1 is obviously a very complex championship - unlike any other - and the fact we're at 15 races and we're not even close to the end yet makes it challenging for everyone in that environment. I've had a positive progression from my first race and I'm sure that I'm a little bit like wine - I get better with the years I do. I think you can see that from any of the categories and classes that I've raced, so my competitors will not have an easy time going forwards."


    You've posted on social media videos of yourself driving off-road buggies, what is it about that style of driving that allows you to relax away from the pressure and the cauldron of Formula 1?

    NM: "I like driving in general. I haven't got onto two wheels yet but that's something I hope does come in the future. For me, anything that has four wheels, a steering wheel and an engine I enjoy driving. It's completely different styles - in Formula 1 it's my job and at times when you succeed it's fun and the times when you don't succeed it's not fun, but when you just go out there in off-road buggies with your friends and you just have fun trying to keep it on the road without flipping, that's something else.


    Sochi will hold one more year of racing before it relocates to Igora Drive, near St Petersburg from 2023. What are your thoughts on the move and has the appetite for motorsport grown in Russia since hosting a Grand Prix?

    NM: "Positive. I think Sochi sets a very high level of hospitality, the racetrack itself and the views around the track. I'm sure the people in charge of it will do their best not to lower the standards, but to potentially up them."


    For fans coming to Sochi for the Russian Grand Prix, it's a place you know fairly well, what things are there to see and do away from the racetrack? It's a destination known for a lot of tourism in Russia, what are the favorite things you like doing there?

    NM: "Sochi is in the south of the country. Obviously, the country is so big that you can jump on a plane and end up in the winter or in the summer at the same time. Sochi is the best place to go to for the sea but there are loads of things to visit such as the Formula 1 racetrack - it was designed after the Olympic project, so it was designed in the Olympic village, and if you leave the racetrack there are so many nice places to walk around and the scenery is just special. At the same time, there are loads of very nice restaurants by the seafront - it's a very long seafront - especially at night when the lights are all lit up. You won't get bored, that's for sure."


    What do you want to say to the fans?


    NM: "To the fans that are hopefully coming over from various countries to see the Russian Grand Prix, my home Grand Prix, I'm hoping that they're going to have a good time. Everyone is very welcoming and friendly in our country. It's one of the bigger events that is happening in that part of Russia over the whole year, so it's going to be a special thing for the people to see so many international fans come and be in their home."


    This week we head to Sochi for the Russian Grand Prix. You've stood on the podium twice last year here, winning the feature race and finishing third in the shortened sprint race in the FIA Formula 2 Championship. Tell us about your past experiences there.

    Mick Schumacher: "Last year was quite successful for me there. We won and were extending our championship lead which was obviously very helpful going into the final few races after that. I definitely think my past experiences there have been quite good and I collected a lot of points."


    Sochi will hold one more year of racing before it relocates to Igora Drive, near St Petersburg from 2023. What's your assessment on the Sochi Autodrom and the move away from the street circuit?


    MS: "I'm excited to get to know new tracks and Igora looks like an interesting one. I think Sochi is quite a 'simple' track - we have a lot of 90-degree corners, but obviously if you're not good at that it could be terrifying, if you're good then it helps. It's interesting to see the Winter Olympics stadium and everything being quite close, so it's a lot of sports meeting in that spot and obviously there's big tourism there so it's interesting to see the theme parks - there's a lot going on! I haven't gone around and seen much more than the track, but it looks like an interesting place."


    Last week the roster for the 2021 F1 Esports Pro Series was revealed, with Cedric Thomé, Samuel Libeert and Matthijs van Erven chosen to represent the Uralkali Haas F1 Team Esports. What advice would you give to the newest members of the team?

    MS:

    "Any tip that I would give would probably be wrong for the esports series! They definitely know what they're doing better than me. They'll do the best they can and we from trackside will be supporting them."



    https://www.pitpass.com/70785/Russian-GP-Preview-Haas


    Russian GP: Preview - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "What happened in Monza was regrettable, as I believe we could have done something good there, especially when you look at how the race went. The weekend ended very badly for the team, for me and for Yuki after our performance had been very good leading up to the race and I had a super Qualifying. A real shame, but there has been a positive trend after the summer break as our performance level was very good at all three races since then. It bodes well for the rest of the season, as I believe we can be competitive at all the remaining races. In a way, it was good that we took the engine penalty in Italy and so hopefully we can get to the end of the season without having more.


    Since Italy, I enjoyed having a bit of a break because the triple-header was very intense, with no time to do anything in between the races and you can't train as hard as you would do normally. A small break is particularly good for everyone in the team, before starting up again and apart from the usual work in the simulator, I was able to spend a bit of time in France with my family.


    Sochi next, where last year I got to Q3 and finished in the top 10. I quite like the track, even if the layout features a lot of corners that are very similar to one another. The last sector is quite technical, the long straights mean you get some nice fights and overtaking moves. The fact the circuit is in the Olympic Park gives it a special "sports" atmosphere and Sochi itself has evolved over the years. I remember the first time I went with Formula 2 there wasn't much going on, but now there's a good atmosphere."


    Yuki Tsunoda: "Just before Monza, it was confirmed that I will stay with Scuderia AlphaTauri next year. I am obviously happy and thankful to the team and to Honda.


    Monza was a real shame as car performance was there already from FP1 and then especially for my team-mate in Qualifying. I found the Sprint format quite tough, having to go straight into Qualifying with just one free practice session. But I think I showed good progress.


    I spent most of the time after Monza in Italy, with a bit of time in the factory, apart from a couple of days in the simulator in the UK and now I'm ready for the next race in Russia. At Sochi, most of the corners are 90 degrees and very similar to each other, so you need to have a good technique for driving 90-degree corners! Plus, you need a car that has good traction out of the corner exit to have enough speed down the straights that follow them. It feels like a normal track, but it's really more of a city-street circuit and so track evolution is massive over the weekend and the wing effect is quite huge.


    I am confident that I can do well there and continue to make progress over a race weekend. I have raced at Sochi in Formula 3 and last year in Formula 2 and I have good memories of that. I took pole position and finished second in the Feature Race. I will continue with my step-by-step approach, gradually learning everything about the track and how the car is working. Actually, I'm not worried about the car, as since the start of the year it has shown good performance, especially in the last six or seven races when we produced consistently good performances. I will be focusing more on improving my driving and I'm looking forward to experiencing Sochi for the first time in a Formula 1 car."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70787/Russia...iew-AlphaTauri


    Russian GP: Preview - Aston Martin

    Lance: "We're ready to fight for points in Russia. It's quite a unique track: wide, fast and pretty technical - so it's about finding a groove. The Turn-Three long left-hander is a real highlight - especially at the start of the race. Sochi really tests the balance of your car, so it's important to feel comfortable straight away so you can build on that momentum throughout the weekend."


    Sebastian: "Sochi is almost the opposite of Monza - plenty of corners and a constant challenge. There are some high-speed sections, and a huge main straight, but the slow, technical corners mean you need a good set-up if you're going to feel comfortable across the weekend. We'll be looking to maximise every lap on track and then fight for points on Sunday."


    The tyres used in the Russian Grand Prix will be Pirelli's three softest compounds; the C3, C4 and C5. This selection was last used at the Styrian Grand Prix earlier this year.


    There were a total of just 28 overtakes at Sochi in 2020. In the previous three races, 58% of overtakes have used DRS, with the main straight from Turn 18 to Turn Two providing the best overtaking opportunity. The second most popular overtaking spot is along the second DRS zone going into Turn 13. Drivers often have a good chance to make up positions on lap one and on Safety Car restarts.


    First lap incidents at Sochi are very likely. There have been first-lap Safety Cars in four out of the last five races here. More than 70% of that Safety-Car action has occurred in the opening five laps, suggesting that drivers tend to quickly settle into a rhythm around here. Since its introduction in 2015, the Virtual Safety Car has been deployed just three times."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70788/Russia...w-Aston-Martin


    Russian GP: Preview - Alpine

    The team made it thirteen consecutive races in the points last time out in Monza. The fight for fifth in the Constructors' Championship continues in Sochi as Executive Director Marcin Budkowski explains the team's approach for this weekend's Russian Grand Prix.


    After the recent triple header, how much is the team looking forward to Sochi?

    Marcin Budkowski: We're going to Sochi on the back of a busy European triple header across Belgium, The Netherlands and Italy. We believe Sochi is a circuit that should allow us to return to a better level of competitiveness than Monza, which we knew wasn't a circuit suited to our car's characteristics. That said, we battled well in the Sprint and the main Race in Italy to recover from a disappointing qualifying session and put both cars in the points. It means we've scored at the last thirteen races and we know this level of consistency will be important in our close fight for fifth in the Constructors' Championship.


    How pleasing is it to see Esteban and Fernando scoring regularly?

    MB: Both drivers are managing to score points consistently. Fernando and Esteban are the closest matched driver pairing on the grid this year, which demonstrates just how strong our line-up is at the moment. They are working well together, and we're enjoying their ability to push each other and push the team forwards. The racing is hard and fair, and we aim to keep scoring regular points with both of them.


    What does Daniil Kvyat bring to the Team?

    MB: He is our reserve driver and is always ready to step in if one of our main drivers was unable to race. He is very experienced and contributes to our development programmes both at the factory and at the track. No later than last week, we have been testing the 18-inch prototype tyres with Pirelli in the wet in Magny-Cours with Daniil at the wheel of a modified RS18 car. We're looking forward to having him join us in Sochi this weekend, in his home country.


    What are your thoughts on the Alpine Academy Drivers' recent success?

    MB: Sochi will also be a busy weekend for our Academy drivers with both Formula 2 and Formula 3 in action. In Formula 2, we had all three drivers on the podium at least once in Monza. Oscar and Zhou are in a thrilling title fight with each other and we're looking forward to seeing how the next round will unfold. It's the final race of the Formula 3 Championship with Victor and Caio amongst the top rookies in the series.

    Hopefully the two of them can record wins and podiums and finish the season on a high note.


    Esteban Ocon heads to Sochi having scored points on all three of his appearances in Russia. After celebrating his 25th birthday last week, the Frenchman aims for points again on the edge of the Black Sea.


    How ready are you to take on Sochi?

    Esteban Ocon: I enjoyed the triple header and it was good for the team to score strong points at all three races. Monza was a challenging race for us as we weren't as competitive there as we have been at other tracks this year. I think we can be more competitive in Sochi. Last year, as a team, we finished fifth and seventh, and it would be great if we can repeat something similar this year. The competition for fifth in the Constructors' Championship is very close and it'll be decided by very fine margins. If we can keep our form going, keep scoring with both cars, then we know we're going to be in with a shot by the end of the season.


    What is the circuit like to drive?

    EO: Sochi is quite a good track to race on. It's got some interesting corner combinations and a decent flow to it. Most of the circuit is medium speed and the main challenge comes towards the end of the lap when it's slower speed and the rear tyres tend to overheat. There are overtaking opportunities into Turn 2 after the long straight, and the aim is to be in the mix to capitalise on any chances.


    How will you approach the weekend?

    EO: As I said, we were competitive there last year and we're back to a more conventional race weekend after the Sprint in Monza. There's no reason why we can't be competitive again and we'll target a productive Friday to make sure we're prepared for the rest of the weekend. The atmosphere in Russia is always good to experience and I'm looking forward to seeing fans there this year. I enjoyed my 25th birthday last week, so coming home with a bag full of points will be the best belated gift!


    Russia welcomes Fernando Alonso back after a two-year absence from the Sochi Autodrom. Following his eighth-place finish at the Italian Grand Prix, Fernando is hungry to continue his current form around the 5.848km Olympic park venue in Sochi.


    In Monza you finished eighth adding some more points to the team's tally. What are your main takeaways from the weekend?

    Fernando Alonso: Monza was a tough weekend for us where we didn't have the pace that we've shown at other races earlier in the year. I think we maximised everything we could from our weekend to score points and did well with the Sprint Qualifying format.

    If I was a fan watching from home, then I would have enjoyed the format because it gives you two races during a weekend. I'm glad to score more points for the team, and had it not been for what happened in Belgium, then it could have been the ninth race in a row inside the points.


    You're back in Sochi. What do you like about the track there?

    FA: I've raced in Sochi five times before and it'll be good to return there this weekend. In the past I've not had a great Saturday there, but then in the race I've made up quite a few positions. So, let's see if we can put it all together this year. In 2016 I had a very enjoyable race and we climbed eight positions that day. It's a pretty fast circuit and the track is quite wide, so this helps with closer racing. You need a car that is quick in the straights, so it'll be interesting to see how we shape up against everyone else.


    With eight races left on the calendar, what are your targets for the rest of the season?

    FA: I think at this stage with the new regulations coming next year most teams, if not all, are already focusing on that. Our target is to consolidate our position in the Constructors' Championship as we have stiff competition from Alpha Tauri and Aston Martin. We need to keep scoring double points finishes like we did in Italy and capitalise on any opportunities that arise. It's been a long season already, but I am really enjoying being back racing. The cars are great to drive and the team atmosphere we are building is very positive. We have hopes for next season, but we need to enjoy the rest of this year and I will keep pushing to get the best out of myself and the car.



    https://www.pitpass.com/70790/Russian-GP-Preview-Alpine


    Russian GP: Preview - Mercedes

    Toto Wolff: After a demanding and intense triple-header, we are reenergised and ready to go.


    Last time out in Monza was bittersweet - a commanding performance and strong result for Valtteri but a feeling of missed points for Lewis, who had the potential to fight for the win. The pleasing thing is that the W12 looks competitive and with just eight races to go, now is the time to use our experience and focus on the details and processes which will get us over the line.


    We're looking forward to racing again in Russia, it is a circuit we've gone well at over the years and both our drivers have enjoyed great results in Sochi. We're hoping to continue our run of success in Russia but know that this year is an entirely different beast, and we're expecting another intense weekend.


    Last year, this race was one of the first to welcome fans back to the grandstands and it was incredible to feel the passion and buzz of the crowds again. We've just been treated to fantastic support in Spa, Zandvoort and Monza, and this weekend will be no different.


    Our aim is to pull together a strong weekend, starting in FP1 and building one session at a time. Lewis is in the tenth championship battle of his F1 career, and he is laser focused on what he needs to deliver in the next eight races. As for Valtteri, he's driving better than ever, like we saw in Monza - and he will be flat out every weekend. There's a calm determination about the team right now and the business end of a season, fighting for championships, is exactly what we enjoy the most.


    https://www.pitpass.com/70793/Russia...eview-Mercedes


    Russian GP: Preview - Red Bull

    How are you feeling now you have had time to reflect on the race in Monza?

    Max Verstappen: I think you can reflect all you like but it's important to look forward and keep pushing. I still believe it was a racing incident, but we have been given a three-place grid penalty and we just have to work with it now. The race in Monza definitely wasn't our day for many reasons, but now I just plan to look forward to Sochi.


    Last season you claimed Red Bull Racing's first ever podium at Sochi. Does that give you confidence heading into this weekend's challenge?

    MV: It was great to finish second there last year in Sochi especially as it has never been a good track for us as a Team. We have been more competitive this year and we have a better package at the moment so it will be interesting to see how competitive we can be there this year. It will be of course completely different to Monza and it looks like there might be some rain this weekend. The track itself and the layout is completely different to the previous races so I'm definitely looking forward to going back there and seeing what we can do.


    You are leading the Drivers' Championship by five points after Monza, how much influence will the three-place grid penalty have on your strategy for the race?

    MV: The penalty is of course not ideal but nothing is lost, that's how I look at it. As for the Drivers' Championship, we still have a lot of races ahead of us and it's a very tiny margin. We will try and make the most from the weekend and work with the package we have.


    How are you feeling after a strong performance in Monza where you moved through the field from ninth to fourth?

    Sergio Perez: We knew going into Monza that it wasn't our best track and it was a shame to lose the podium after the race with the penalty, but there are plenty of positives to take from the weekend. We're going to a very different kind of track in Russia and so I really hope we can continue our form and start strong on Friday.


    Christian praised the great job you did for the Team in Friday qualifying at Monza. How important is teamwork in such a tight championship battle such as this one?

    SP: It is very important we help each other out and try to get the most from each weekend for the Team, especially as we come towards the end of the season where there are less races to capitalise on.


    You finished fourth at last year's Russian Grand Prix. Is it a track you enjoy driving and do you expect it to continue favouring the Mercedes?

    SP: Mercedes have won every race at Sochi since 2014 so they're the favourites this weekend. They're definitely going to be hard to beat but like always we will give it our best. Sochi is a track I like because it is very technical, fast and fluid which I think makes qualifying quite exciting.



    https://www.pitpass.com/70794/Russia...eview-Red-Bull


    Russian GP: Preview - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "Monza was a special moment for the team that was fully deserved. Being able to celebrate the result with the entire team at the factory last week showed just how much that meant to everyone. A one-two finish is something we can all be proud of. I'm so happy to be a part of this journey that McLaren is on together as a team and see the progress we're continuing to make.


    "We're not getting carried away as we know it won't be like this every weekend. We need to continue to put ourselves in the best position possible and maximise the car, pit-stops, strategy and everything in between. Heading into Russia, the battle for third in the Constructors' is still tight and looks set to stay that way until the last race of the season. Hopefully we can keep the momentum going from Italy and score some solid points for the team."


    Daniel Ricciardo: "A week on from Monza, it still feels good thinking about being back on that top step of the podium. We couldn't have asked for a more perfect way to end a triple-header. I loved competing at the front of the grid and having the chance to fight for the win. The one-two finish is a product of hard work throughout the team and from myself. Since the start of my journey with McLaren I've been working through the challenges that come with adapting to a new car, but the team has been really supportive throughout. It's great to have a result that completes that picture, and to have the team back in the winner's circle has been a ride and I've only been a part of it for six months. It's been the boost we all needed.


    "I've definitely taken time to enjoy the moment but now it's time to focus on Russia. I want to build on my Monza performance this weekend and will be pushing to score important points to keep up the fight with our competitors. Sochi can be a tricky circuit to make a move, so it's important to make the most of qualifying to give us the best chance for points come Sunday."


    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "Achieving a one-two finish in Monza meant a lot to each and every member of the team, who have been working incredibly hard over the years. It's been great to take the time to celebrate the result as a team at MTC last week.


    "There's still a long way to go for us as a team through the remainder of the season. We will continue to keep our feet on the ground and our heads down as the battle in the Constructors' Championship is still closely contested. Our key priorities remain the same: staying on top of reliability and parts management, extracting the best performance from our car alongside our colleagues at Mercedes HPP, and capitalising on every opportunity that presents itself.


    "After a short break following the triple-header, the team is prepared and ready to head to Russia in the hunt for crucial points. The Sochi Autodrom is dominated by two long straights resulting in a high power sensitivity, however, the track presents relatively limited opportunities to overtake. Therefore, it's key we maximise our results in qualifying to give both cars the best possible chance to fight higher up the grid on Sunday."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70796/Russia...review-McLaren


    Russian GP: Preview - Ferrari

    The eighth Russian Grand Prix to count towards the Formula 1 World Championship, the 15th round of the season takes place this Sunday. As usual, the venue is the Sochi Autodrom, which boasts 18 corners, twelve to the right and six to the left over the course of its 5.848 kilometres. The first and second sectors require medium levels of downforce, while the final one with several 90 degree corners, calls for maximum effort from the wings in terms of efficiency so as to save the tyres which run the risk of overheating in this section.


    From the start line to turn 1 is just over a hundred metres, but it is only a gentle curve to the right, taken flat out before reaching the first real braking point at turn 2, which is just under 700 metres from the line. The cars have to decelerate at this point from 330 km/h to around 130 in less than two seconds and slipstreaming the car in front at the start can be an advantage. This is the first of two zones where DRS can be used. Turn 3, around the Medals Plaza, where the medal ceremonies took place during the 2014 Winter Olympics, is a flat out 180° turn to the left. For the second sector, a good exit from turn 10 is vital, because it leads onto another long high speed gentle curve where once again the moveable wing can be activated in the run to turn 13, one of the heaviest braking points on the track.


    The Russian Grand Prix sees the introduction of a new technical component for Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow: a power united fitted with an updated hybrid system, the introduction of which was mentioned a few weeks back. Its main purpose is to gain experience for the 2022 car project. A great deal of effort has gone into this, both technically and logistically, and so as to be able to use it as soon as possible, its introduction will be staggered between the drivers. Charles will be the first to have the new hybrid system. This decision is a precautionary measure relating to the potential risk of using the battery pack damaged in his Hungarian GP accident. In Sochi, Leclerc will have a brand new power unit and will therefore start from the back of the grid. As to when the updated hybrid system is fitted to Carlos' car, that will be decided following an evaluation of the right compromise between competitiveness and the impact of the penalty.


    https://www.pitpass.com/70799/Russia...review-Ferrari


    Russian GP: Preview - Alfa Romeo

    After a weekend off to recover from the triple-header that welcomed Formula One after the holidays, Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN heads to Sochi for the 15th round of the 2021 Championship.


    We head to shores of the Black Sea with the spirit and confidence of a team that has seen good signs in the last events - two races in which we started in the top ten, with only unlucky circumstances preventing us from delivering a result in the points. We head to the Caucasian Riviera knowing that, having shown pace on track as different as Monza and Zandvoort, we can expect to be able to mount a challenge in the Olympic Park as well. We head to Sochi determined to stick a whole weekend together and finally bring home a good result, giving a smile to our fans and the hundreds of people working at home.


    Running on a track that snakes around Olympic venues is doubly inspiring. It reminds us of the efforts of hundreds of sportspeople who fought against the odds to crown their dreams; of tales of success and perseverance. We hope this aura will rub on us as we race in Sochi.


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "We head to this race determined to build on the positives we have shown in the last couple of races and to finally make our hard work count. On two very different tracks, Zandvoort and Monza, we have been competitive in qualifying and we have to make sure to convert those strong displays into points. Our work at HQ is fully focused on 2022, but trackside we’re still committed to making the best of the final eight races of the season, starting from Sochi."


    Kimi Raikkonen: "I’m pleased to be back in the car after missing two rounds. Obviously nobody wants to test positive, but it happened and we had to follow the rules: but that is all in the past and now my focus is on Sochi. The team has shown some potential in the last few races, now we need to convert that into a good result. I don’t think being back will feel any different, I just want to get on with my job and hopefully have a good race."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "This weekend offers us another chance to achieve the good result we have been close to in the last few races. I am excited to be back in the car, both Zandvoort and Monza showed how much pace we had and how we could fight towards the front of the grid. Unfortunately, both times things didn’t go as planned, but we can build on those positives and bring home some points in Sochi. We will give everything we have."



    https://www.pitpass.com/70800/Russia...iew-Alfa-Romeo


    Russian GP: Preview - Pirelli

    For the first time since Austria, the three softest compounds in the range have been nominated for this weekend's Russian Grand Prix: C3 as the P Zero White hard, C4 as the P Zero Yellow medium, and C5 as the P Zero Red soft. This is the same nomination that was made in Russia last season, when the event was held at a similar time of year.

    Sochi is a low severity track and the track surface has been steadily maturing since the asphalt was originally laid nearly a decade ago. As a result, the softest rubber in the P Zero range is the perfect choice for the Russian track.


    The weather should be quite mild at this time of year, so helping to reduce thermal degradation, although this aspect is more related to the track's layout and roughness.


    Track Characteristics



    The corners located around Sochi's Olympic Park are generally slow to medium speed, with a number of 90-degree turns. In general, the circuit is all about traction and braking, so it's rear-limited. The most demanding corner (and the only front-limited corner) is Turn 3: a multi-apex left-hander that is similar in some ways to Istanbul's famous Turn 8 in Turkey, which is next grand prix on the calendar.


    Teams tend to run medium to low downforce, on account of Sochi's quite long straights, which places the emphasis on mechanical grip from the tyres.


    The track is not used a lot during the season, so it's often particularly ‘green' and slippery towards the start of the weekend. This can sometimes cause the tyres to slide rather than grip, especially during Friday's free practice sessions but, as was the case last year, graining usually reduces a lot between free practice and the race due to track evolution.


    Russia has traditionally been a one-stop race, and this was mostly the case last year as well. The top two finishers used a medium to hard strategy, but there was plenty of variation further down the order with some drivers starting on the soft, and three competitors using all three compounds in a two-stopper as well.


    Mario Isola: "We've seen in the past that there's been quite a lot of different strategic thinking, with all three compounds on the grid at the start of the race and varying tactics during the grand prix. Last year, the soft C5 performed better than expected and graining levels were reduced over all compounds between free practice and the race, due to high track evolution.


    "In the past, some drivers have even tried a very early switch to the hardest compound and attempted to run all the way to the end, but last year this wasn't quite possible as these days the asphalt has matured and is not as smooth as it was in the past. With the extra rubber on track from the very full schedule of support races this time, track evolution and grip should be further enhanced."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70784/Russia...review-Pirelli
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Kimi ya está recuperado.

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    Los números de la F.P. 1:









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    FORMULA 1 VTB RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX 2021 - Sochi Autodrom
    Resultados FP1
    Viernes, 24 de septiembre de 2021





    Valtteri BOTTAS vuelve a ser el más rápido en Sochi, un circuito que se le da muy bien, a él y al Mercedes, ya que siempre han sido dominadores aquí. Prueba de ello es la segunda posición de HAMILTON.

    La tercera posición no ha podido ser para otro que para Max VERSTAPPEN.

    El primero del resto, LECLERC, seguido por VETTEL, GASLY y SAINZ.

    Fernando ALONSO ha terminado 10º, justo por detrás de Checo PÉREZ, que sigue quedando demasiado lejos de su compañero, a un segundo y medio terminó de Max.

















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    Al finalizar los libres 1, Norris hizo un trompo en la entrada del pit lane y dañó el alerón delantero.







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    En los libres 2, Hamilton ha entrado muy feliz a su box y ha «empujado» al mecánico del gato delantero. Afortunadamente, no le ha pasado nada al más valiente de los mecánicos.







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    「 Alerta Racing 」 @AlertaRacing · 16min


    Hamilton se lleva por delante al mecánico del gato hidráulico y culpa al "Magic Button" que modifica el balance del freno.



    Así fue el incidente: https://twitter.com/AlertaFoo/status...77933197647876

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    Bandera roja por accidente de Giovinazzi y que ha dañado las protecciones.









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    Comparativa entre Hamilton y Bottas.




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    En la parte final de los libres 2, Gasly ha perdido el alerón delantero al pasar por encima de una banana saltarina.







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    Los números de la F.P 2:







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    La razón por la que MV cambió la Unidad Motriz de su auto y LH no:

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/w...hasnt/6673878/
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Adam Cooper@adamcooperF1 In the unlikely event that Saturday is washed out, and qualifying can't be held on Sunday morning, FP2 could form the Sochi grid. Aware of that (slim) possibility the @fia did more weight checks than usual in FP2 today to ensure fair play
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    FORMULA 1 VTB RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX 2021 - Sochi Autodrom
    Resultados FP2
    Viernes, 24 de septiembre de 2021





    Los Mercedes siguen al frente de la calificación en Sochi con Valtteri BOTTAS finalizando 1º y HAMILTON 2º a sólo 44 milésimas.

    En esta ocasión, la 3ª plaza la ha ocupado GASLY.

    VERSTAPPEN ha finalizado 6º a un segundo de los Mercedes. Tras él han terminado SAINZ y ALONSO.

    Checo PÉREZ ha terminado 11º, esta vez a 3 décimas de Max.























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