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Tema: F1 2021 - G.P. Nº 19 - BRASIL

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    Verstappen y el director deportivo de Red Bull Jonathan Wheatley, acaban de declarar ante los comisarios.







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    A Max no se le ve muy preocupado tras hablar con los comisarios.




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    Impresiones de los equipos tras la jornada del Viernes:



    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Mercedes

    The Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team secured P1 and P3 on the grid for tomorrow's Sprint at Interlagos after a strong team performance in qualifying.


    Lewis took P1 on the grid after three laps fast enough to claim top spot. Valtteri will start from P3 after missing out on the front row by just 0.097s. Both drivers completed long and short runs on Medium and Soft tyres in FP1 this morning.


    Lewis Hamilton: I'm so happy to be back here in Brazil! One of the marshals just said to me that I should use more often the Senna colours and flag because that's the first pole in a long time! Just a big, big thank you to all the team because they've been working flat out. It's been so hard coming from the last race to here, taking the car apart and rebuilding it... just the man hours are insane but today was a really good qualifying session, I'm super happy with it. We've got the penalty on Sunday but we'll give it everything we've got tomorrow, then I'll do my best to try and get through the field. I don't know what tomorrow will hold in the Sprint but I think the weather will perhaps be a bit better which will make it a little bit more difficult for everyone, but I feel really grateful. It's crazy because it's been a while, so it feels like the first!


    Valtteri Bottas: First practice today was a bit of a tricky session and I didn't feel quite comfortable with the car, especially in the first sector. It got a bit better in qualifying but still the main place I was losing out to Lewis was Turns 1 and 2, and a bit on the straight, so I'm not fully satisfied with P3. But obviously it's still a good starting place and there is everything to play for tomorrow in the Sprint race. Hopefully lap one will be full of action and we can make some progress towards the front!

    Andrew Shovlin: A very impressive session from Lewis to secure P1 for the sprint qualifying tomorrow and Valtteri only narrowly missed out on locking out the front row. The sprint format does throw a few challenges our way, only having one hour to do the work we normally complete in three hours means that we must be quite selective with our priorities going into the practice session. It also puts a huge importance on arriving with a car that is balanced and performing well. While we didn't look great on the first run in free practice, it was clear by the second run that we had good pace in the car but because the track is evolving so quickly here, you still need to adapt the car for qualifying to take account of the grip coming up. We'll see tomorrow how our long run pace holds up, we're also expecting cooler conditions in the sprint qualifying than the race on Sunday so it's going to be interesting to see how the performance picture unfolds, but overall we've got off to an encouraging start.


    https://www.pitpass.com/71247/Brazil...notes-Mercedes




    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Red Bull

    Max Verstappen: "I'm happy to be second, that's a good position to start from in tomorrow's sprint race. I always want to be closer but sometimes you have to be realistic. Mercedes have taken a new engine so naturally they have more power this weekend, so for me it's not a big shock that they are ahead. There are not many points to gain tomorrow in the sprint race, so I hope we have a good start and we'll see what happens from there. Of course, the most important race is on Sunday and I think it's going to be a lot warmer which will change the behaviour of the car as well, so we'll see."


    Sergio Perez: "It was a bit tricky today, especially in Q1 having to use two sets of tyres, so we started on the wrong foot in qualifying, but we were progressing well and gaining into Q3. Then I think the track cooled down a bit and we didn't read the conditions as well as we could have. We got it together for our final lap and we only lacked half a tenth or so to be further ahead. That said, fourth is a strong position to start the sprint race from. I think Mercedes' new engine seems to be working pretty well, Lewis was untouchable today, but we will see tomorrow. Hopefully tomorrow we can have a good sprint race because the car has shown some good pace and I think it should be looking good."


    Christian Horner, Team Principal: "I think the new Mercedes engine has definitely given them some extra horsepower so I think second was the best that we could have hope for. To be on the front row tomorrow, we can be happy with that. So much can happen in these sprint races, as we've seen this season, so you've just got to go for it at the start, then see where you are. I think we've got a good race car and it's going to get hotter throughout the weekend so that will also be a factor here, it's been pretty cool on track today so let's see in the race tomorrow."


    https://www.pitpass.com/71252/Brazil...notes-Red-Bull
    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "I think we have to be happy with qualifying, because we were struggling quite a bit this morning in FP1. After making some good improvements coming into quali, I felt a lot more confident with the car. We would've loved to have been ahead of the Ferraris, but we have to take P8 and P9 today because they were quicker. We're in a good position to fight them tomorrow."

    Daniel Ricciardo
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    "It's only an eighth and ninth but from where we were this morning we can be happy with that. We didn't run the Soft earlier, but I felt like we didn't have a whole lot of pace to show either. It felt better on the Soft and to get both cars in Q3 is not a bad afternoon. I know it's towards the tail-end of the top ten, but the deficit is a lot smaller than we thought. We've still got to get them on track but we're there, we're in the fight, and we can put some pressure on them now.

    We'll look to move up from here but the step we made from this morning to this evening was pretty good."


    Andrea Stella, Executive Director, Racing:
    "At the end of the first day of this sprint event in Brazil, we're relatively satisfied. We're in the game, that's the important thing. I'd like to acknowledge the good work done by the engineers here trackside, with the support of the factory, working together with the drivers, to stitch together the data from FP1 and improve the car before qualifying. Additionally, the mechanics in the garage did a good job late last night in difficult circumstances to get the cars ready to perform. We now have to carry on that work in FP2, have a good sprint qualifying and progress towards scoring good points on Sunday."



    https://www.pitpass.com/71250/Brazil...-notes-McLaren




    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Aston Martin

    Sebastian Vettel: "Unfortunately, we didn't quite have the pace to challenge the top 10 today, but overall I think we had a decent qualifying session. I pushed hard from the outset and, given that we have the sprint tomorrow, 12th is a reasonable position from which to start. I am hoping that in race conditions we will be more competitive so I feel quite optimistic tonight."


    Lance Stroll: "I am disappointed with my qualifying result. Throughout today, I have been struggling with the balance of the car and I think that is reflected in the end result. However, because this weekend features the sprint format, we have a chance to fight forward tomorrow and, if we can make up some ground, we should be able to start in a better position for the race on Sunday."


    Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "Lance very narrowly missed getting through to Q2, and he will therefore start tomorrow's sprint from P16. Soon after, Sebastian very narrowly missed getting through to Q3, and he will therefore start tomorrow's sprint from P12. That is not as good as we had been hoping for - clearly - but in tomorrow's sprint both drivers will be pushing as hard as possible to get through to the top 10, so as to optimise their chances of scoring points in Sunday's feature race."


    https://www.pitpass.com/71246/Brazil...s-Aston-Martin




    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Alpine

    Alpine F1 Team will line-up for tomorrow's Sprint Qualifying with Fernando Alonso tenth and Esteban Ocon eleventh after a closely fought qualifying session around the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace.


    Preparations got underway in good fashion for Formula 1's third ever Sprint Qualifying weekend at the Interlagos circuit, with both cars routinely lapping inside the top ten in today's one and only practice session.


    For Q1 in the afternoon, Fernando and Esteban progressed to the next session smoothly in twelfth and thirteenth, with six tenths of a second separating third to sixteenth positions. Q2 saw the field tighten up again, with Esteban's first lap time seeing him on the cusp of the top ten on a 1min 09.251secs, and Fernando occupying ninth, a tenth faster than his team-mate.


    On their second timed runs in Q2, Esteban improved marginally, but it wasn't enough to see him into Q3 with the Frenchman just missing out in eleventh. Fernando didn't improve on his second attempt, but his first lap was good enough to see him progress to the top ten shootout for the first time since the Turkish Grand Prix.

    In what was seemingly one of the tightest qualifying sessions of the season, Fernando had two goes in Q3 and his initial lap saw him slot nicely into eighth place. With Fernando and others improving again on their second laps, the times tumbled, and he found himself in tenth position by the time of the chequered flag on a 1min 09.113secs.


    Esteban Ocon: "It was very close out there today between a number of cars. We fell on the wrong side of the coin on this occasion, but that's the way it is sometimes. All the way through the sessions, the positions were decided by only a tenth or so, and that was the difference between reaching Q3 or falling just short. It's a little frustrating as the aim is to always be inside the top 10, but we can be pleased that we're back to where we should be after a run of difficult races. The performance was good, we're knocking on the door of the points and we can look forward to tomorrow. We have an opportunity in the Sprint Qualifying tomorrow to make up some positions and put ourselves in contention for Sunday's race."


    Fernando Alonso: "It was super close today. I feel we had a productive morning and the car felt quite good and was behaving well. Qualifying also started reasonably, and we progressed into Q2 quite comfortably. But then I think from Q2 I was doing very similar lap times and I think we found the limit. We wanted to be a little higher and start on the clean side of the grid because the start could be crucial tomorrow. But let's see what our day is like, as it's Sprint Qualifying after all and we've done quite well with them in the past. I will be aggressive tomorrow as always and let's try to have some fun."


    Alan Permane, Sporting Director: "First of all, it's good to be back in Q3 as it's been a couple of races since we've achieved that. It was a shame it was only one car, but Esteban is right in there as well in eleventh. We've been taking it step by step after some tough races in recent weeks and I think we now look back to where we should be. Both drivers extracted the maximum from the car today, especially Fernando by getting into Q3. It was very difficult to go under the 1min 9second mark, so we'll settle for tenth and eleventh on tomorrow's Sprint grid. At the last two Sprint events in Silverstone and Monza, we've gone quite well, so we're looking forward to seeing what we can do tomorrow. We have some tyre evaluation work to do tomorrow in FP2 in order to make the call on the what will be the right starting tyre. The aim, of course, is to improve our starting position ahead of Sunday's main race and we will evaluate the risks and rewards of the various options."


    https://www.pitpass.com/71251/Brazil...m-notes-Alpine




    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Ferrari

    Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow produced a solid qualifying performance at the Interlagos circuit, with a sixth place for Carlos Sainz and a seventh for Charles Leclerc. They thus start tomorrow's Sprint Qualifying from the third and fourth rows.


    The main aim this weekend is to stay ahead of the team's closest rivals in the Constructors' standings and, at least from what could be seen on a single flying lap, that has been achieved. As simulation work prior to the event had predicted, it was very close behind the two top teams, with five cars - two Ferraris, two McLarens and an AlphaTauri - covered by just 262 thousandths of a second, a similar scenario to that seen last week in Mexico City.


    Now it's time to prepare for a race run in two parts, the first tomorrow afternoon over a single 24 lap stint and the second on Sunday over the usual 71 laps. Carlos and Charles will be looking to make the most of any opportunity to make up places, but most of all, they will be aiming to keep their positions ahead of the McLaren duo.


    Carlos Sainz: It was a positive qualifying today as I keep improving my driving style and the feeling with this car at all types of tracks and in all conditions. I am performing more consistently in qualifying and today was a good day.



    The only downside is that the AlphaTauri seems to have a bit more pace, so the aim for tomorrow is to try and beat Pierre Gasly and lead the chase to the teams ahead. A clean race tomorrow is key to have good chances on Sunday, so we'll make sure we are in the best possible position to maximise the weekend.


    I want to thank the entire race team for staying up late and doing such a good job yesterday night to give us a competitive car today. On to tomorrow!


    Charles Leclerc: We're going to do everything we can to maximise our potential for tomorrow's Sprint Qualifying, which will be the final one of this season.


    To start from 6th and 7th is a solid job from the team, and even though I had higher expectations for myself, what is most important for us is that we kept our direct competitors behind us today. Q3 was tricky. I did my first run on used tyres which was not ideal for getting into a rhythm, and on the second run we didn't extract everything from the car.


    We still have some work to do and will push to bring home good results tomorrow and, even more importantly, on Sunday.


    Laurent Mekies: Not a bad qualifying in terms of helping us achieve our goal in this final part of the season, namely to finish third in the Constructors' championship. Today it was important that we managed to get both our cars ahead of those of our closest title rivals. It would have been nice to have got ahead of Gasly in the AlphaTauri too, but we knew that on this track they would be very competitive, as was the case in Mexico.


    It's always very close behind the two top teams and it takes very little to lose or gain several places. Today with Charles, we paid the price for not having two sets of new Softs for Q3 while all the others did, as he had to use an additional set in Q1 and details like this can make the difference when the gaps are so small.


    Finally I'd like to congratulate the whole team for their work over the past two days. It was not easy condensing the job of setting up and preparation which usually takes two days into just 14 hours, but everyone did their bit in a well organised and determined way. It meant that today everything ran smoothly, just like a normal day.


    https://www.pitpass.com/71249/Brazil...-notes-Ferrari


    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "Today I'm really, really happy. FP1 was quite difficult for me and I struggled a little bit in Quali too, but every time I went out I managed to find a little bit more, playing with everything inside of the car and making small improvements each time we ran. I managed to put it all together when it counted and I think it was a really incredible lap in Q3 today, so I'm really pleased with that.

    It's really amazing for us to be Qualifying right behind Mercedes and Red Bull, it's a critical moment in the Championship and the team did a fantastic job today. Of course, it's only Friday so we've got two more days, it's going to be pretty intense, but we've put ourselves in the best place possible.


    Yuki Tsunoda: "This is another new track for me, so practice was really important this morning and I think I managed to get up to speed quite quickly, which was good. The car feels good round this track, so it's a shame I couldn't make it through to Q3 today. I think Sprint Qualifying tomorrow is going to be a bit tricky starting from this position, but I'll try to make my way forward so I can start Sunday's race in a stronger place."


    Jonathan Eddolls (Chief Race Engineer): "Sprint Qualifying weekends are typically more intense on a Friday than the normal race format, so we had a lot of preparation work to cover in FP1. The focus was on the short-run performance and how to optimise the balance around the lap, which is often difficult to achieve here as you have understeer starting the lap, then oversteer at the end. We didn't have the smoothest free practice session as our runs on the new soft tyre at the end of the session suffered with traffic. So, heading into Quali we knew we had some work to do, but believed we had some performance left in our pocket. Q1 was perfect for both drivers and they easily progressed through on a single new set of tyres. Yuki then struggled more with the car in Q2 and could not match his Q1 time. We need to go away and understand why that was, but it was still a very respectable lap from him. Through Q2 and Q3 Pierre was flying, showing he had huge confidence in the car whilst continuing to improve every lap, eventually extracting the absolute maximum possible from the car, with only Mercedes and Red Bull Racing faster than us. So far it has been a great effort by the team, but unfortunately there are no points for today so the focus tomorrow in FP2 will be on long runs in preparation for Sprint Qualifying."


    https://www.pitpass.com/71244/Brazil...tes-AlphaTauri


    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team drivers Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin qualified P19 and P20, respectively, for Saturday's 24-lap 100km Sprint event - the result of which will then determine the grid for Sunday's São Paulo Grand Prix, Round 19 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship hosted at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace.


    Prior to Friday qualifying Schumacher and Mazepin made their respective debuts around the legendary 4.309-kilometer (2.677-mile), 15-turn Brazilian circuit in the 60-minute opening practice (FP1). Both drivers worked their way through one set of Pirelli P Zero Yellow mediums and two sets of Red softs with some baseline running and qualifying sims. Schumacher's quickest lap in FP1 was a 1:10.885 (P16) with Mazepin setting a best time of 1:11.342 (P20) - both drivers on the soft rubber.


    Schumacher and Mazepin pushed hard throughout Q1 to see what they could achieve in qualifying.

    Running three sets of brand-new soft tires each, both drivers built up speed throughout the session.

    While Schumacher initially recorded a 1:09.958 on his third and final run - the German had his time deleted for exceeding track limits. His second run of 1:10.329 placed him P19. Mazepin's second run turned out to be his fastest too - a 1:10.589 for P20. The Russian was ahead on his sector times on his final lap, but he lost grip at Turn 12 pushing his VF-21, just coming up short on bettering his second flying run.


    Nikita Mazepin: "The tires are on fire by the time you get to Turn 12 so everything you can gain or lose before the long straight really pays off or really hurts you. I just tried too hard and was too eager to get on the power with perhaps the rear grip not being there. The good thing is that I caught it, but the bad thing is I lost time. It's what makes this format exciting, that's why you see some mistakes because drivers like myself are more eager to try and explore things that I've never had the opportunity to do before."


    Mick Schumacher: "The car feeling was amazing and that's why I'm a bit gutted that we didn't get through. I think it's the case of everybody being so compressed, so tight together and maybe the car just has that tiny little bit of a deficit and it seems that I couldn't make up the difference this time. We live and we learn. It's nothing to be frustrated about because we still managed to get something out of the car which felt great, so hopefully for the race we'll be a bit closer."


    Guenther Steiner: "First off let me start by thanking our crew for doing an amazing job to have everything ready to go today. We were affected by the freight issues coming into the weekend but the whole team did an amazing job to turn things around once we finally had all we needed on-site. On-track, it was a tough task for Mick and Nikita today - with just one practice session at a brand-new track for them both. That said, I thought they both put in a great effort in qualifying. They looked good on their final runs, but unfortunately Mick had his final time deleted and Nikita came up just short after a good opening sector with a small mistake at the end of his lap. They can be pleased with their efforts today - but I know they'll both be frustrated. We'll see how the Sprint plays out tomorrow, maybe there'll be an opportunity for something there subject to the conditions."


    https://www.pitpass.com/71243/Brazil...eam-notes-Haas




    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Williams

    Nicholas Latifi qualified 17th and George Russell 18th ahead of Sprint Qualifying at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. Nicholas improved on each of his three runs throughout the session, all on the soft compound tyre, ultimately setting a best time of 1:09.897. George also improved throughout Q1 and posted a 1:09.953 using the soft tyre on his final run but, like Nicholas, was unable to progress from Q1.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Today was not easy and we struggled more than we expected, especially in the tricky middle sector where the drivers were never able to hustle the car as they wanted. Fortunately, our long run pace in FP1 was better than our low fuel pace and so we will be looking to make some places tomorrow and again in the Grand Prix on Sunday. It won't be easy, but this is a good circuit for racing and the warmer conditions on Sunday will offer further opportunities.


    Nicholas Latifi: Right from the start in FP1 today it was tricky, as we just couldn't get the feeling from the car that we needed. We always seem to make a step in Qualifying, but we didn't quite manage to make a big enough step today. I would've loved to progress into Q2 but the good thing about this format is that we have another chance to make up some places in Sprint Qualifying tomorrow. The last time we had this format was in Italy and we managed to move forward, so hopefully there are some opportunities for us on Saturday.


    George Russell: Unfortunately, it didn't quite come together for us today. I couldn't get the tyres working and it was a little bit gusty out on track, so it wasn't particularly favourable for us. My lap felt OK but nothing special. It's only the second time in 19 races that we've not progressed into Q2 so we need to put our thinking caps on and understand where we can find some improvements. FP2 will be a better indication of our race pace but I think Sprint Qualifying will still be a tough one for us tomorrow.


    https://www.pitpass.com/71253/Brazil...notes-Williams




    Brazil GP: Qualifying team notes - Pirelli

    Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton dominated qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix, which determines the grid for Sprint Qualifying tomorrow. However, Hamilton faces a five-place grid penalty for the race on Sunday following an engine change. The Englishman also went fastest in FP1 earlier today - as he did in every qualifying session - on the P Zero Red soft tyre.


    As per the Sprint Qualifying regulations, all the drivers had to use the soft compound from start to finish during Friday's qualifying session. For the 24-lap Sprint Qualifying race tomorrow they can use whichever compound they prefer, and they are also allowed to start Sunday's grand prix on any of the three compounds nominated this weekend.


    For being the fastest qualifier, Hamilton received the Pirelli Speed King award, which replaces the Pirelli Pole Position Award at races with Sprint Qualifying.


    Conditions remained mild but dry during the crucial hour-long session, although there were some drops of rain between FP1 and qualifying. The latter session got underway in temperatures of 16 degrees ambient and 24 degrees on track: nearly 10 degrees cooler than the track temperature seen in FP1 earlier.




    Today the P Zero White hard tyres and P Zero Yellow mediums could only be used during FP1, while just the soft was run in qualifying. The high degree of track evolution made it a bit harder than usual to accurately assess the performance gaps between the compounds. So far there's an estimated gap of around 0.4 seconds between the hard and P Zero Yellow medium, and 0.3 seconds between the medium and soft. These will need to be confirmed tomorrow, as today suggests that these gaps could alter.


    Mario Isola: "We saw a lot of track evolution throughout FP1 and also qualifying today. The quite cool conditions on a slippery track also led to a bit of sliding and consequent light abrasion, especially in free practice. Compared to qualifying at previous Brazilian grands prix, today was a different strategic challenge, with all the drivers having to run the soft tyre from start to finish under the sprint qualifying rules, which also use a different tyre allocation compared to conventional weekends. As is often the case, the weather looks set to remain somewhat unpredictable at Interlagos for the rest of the weekend, which will be a decisive factor when the teams come to consider which tyres they will run in Sprint Qualifying and the race. Tomorrow's final free practice session will provide yet more valuable information on tyres ahead of the racing action, before the teams finalise the strategy - which seems likely to revolve around the medium and the hard."


    https://www.pitpass.com/71248/Brazil...-notes-Pirelli
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    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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    Hamilton al llegar al circuito. Con esa ropa, parece que ha encogido durante la noche.




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    Menuda cara de susto la de los dos de Mercedes. Deben tener miedo a Verstappen por lograr modificar el alerón de Hamilton sólo con sus dedos.





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    Los «tocamientos» de Verstappen al alerón de Hamilton desde otro ángulo. La verdad es que más que tocar, parece medir.



    https://twitter.com/adrianosoaresp/s...39739664945159

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    Si es que son un chiste . A nada de comenzar los libres de hoy, la FIA no ha devuelto el alerón a Mercedes pero les dejan montar otro a pesar de estar en parque cerrado.



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    Half an hour until FP2. The FIA hasn't given the rear wing back to Mercedes in time for it to run, but they have given permission for it to be replaced under parc ferme regulations #F1 #BrazilGP

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    Helmut Marko: "Lo increíble es que Mercedes declara que Verstappen dañó el alerón trasero de Hamilton con sus dedos".




    Y a partir de ahora así van a ser las radios de Hamilton: «Bonooooooo, Verstappen touched my rear wind».



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    Ya estaban tardando.




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    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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    M. Hughes trata de explicar el dominio de LH en la sesión de Clasificación:

    https://the-race.com/formula-1/mark-...to-new-engine/
    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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    Watching@Max33Verstappen on-board Fp2 and in these higher temps the Red Bull is much better balanced than yesterday. Understeer no longer so evident.
    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 HEINEKEN GRANDE PRÊMIO DE SÃO PAULO 2021 - Interlagos - São Paulo
    Resultados LIBRES 2
    Sábado, 13 de noviembre de 2021




    Fernando ALONSO termina en lo más alto de la clasificación en unos entrenamientos libres en los que los pilotos no necesitan buscar la vuelta rápida porque la calificación fue ayer.

    Han sido unos entrenamientos en los que, a parte de ver de nuevo a Fernando ocupando la primera posición, no ha ocurrido gran cosa. La espectación ha estado más en ver si la FIA dictaminaba algo sobre lo del DRS de Hamilton y los tocamientos de Verstappen que de lo que ocurría en la pista.

    Los pilotos se han centrado más en las tandas largas, la prueba es que tras Fernando ha terminado VERSTAPPEN ya a casi 9 décimas.

    Los Mercedes han terminado BOTTAS tercero y HAMILTON quinto, con OCON finalizando entre ambos.

    Tras Hamilton han finalizado PÉREZ y GIOVINAZZI y los Ferrari de SAINZ y LECLERC.

    El top diez lo cierra RAIKONNEN.




























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    Resumen de Pirelli de las dos sesiones de entrenamientos.




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    los números de la F.P. 2 de hoy en Sao Paulo:





    Y estamos pendientes de la resolución del culebrón del alerón.
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Los supertacañones de la FIA han decidido multar a Verstappen con 50.000 € por tocar el alerón trasero de Hamilton.




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    Gracias a @AMRacingF1, podemos comparar "la telemetría" de FA y EO (Neumáticos Blandos Usados [2 vueltas]):



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    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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    Muy cachondos los de Alpine.


    Alpine F1 Team @AlpineF1Team · 31min

    Meanwhile, P1 and P4. #BrazilGP



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    Hoy están sembraos.



    Alpine F1 Team @AlpineF1Team · 52min

    El plan.

    #BrazilGP






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    Un «pellizco» de 50.000 euracos.




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    ******** HAMILTON DESCALIFICADO de la sesión de calificación al no cumplir su DRS con el reglamento ********



    Creo que la decisión ha tartado tanto en salir por todo lo que han escrito.











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    Vueltas eliminadas por superar los límites de la curva 2 durante los libres 2.




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    Así queda la cosa por el momento...



    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Este abrazo en 2008 era impensable.



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    La diferencia entre compuestos según Pirelli.




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    Los de Mercedes dijeron que iban a apelar a la FIA si sancionaban a Hamilton pero al final han cambiado de opinión y no van a hacerlo. Quieren ganar en la pista . Ya recuperarán esto, ya.



    Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team @MercedesAMGF1 · 49min


    The Team will not be appealing Lewis’ disqualification from Quali.


    We want to win these World Championships on the race track.



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    Newey sabe más que Verstappen y mira pero no toca.




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    Esta línea no se ve todos los días.




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    Elección de neumáticos barajada.




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