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    Animando a Hamilton desde el cielo.



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    Pirelli apuesta por hacer dos paradas.




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    Y estos son los juegos que hay disponibles. Los Ferrari tienen dos juegos de duros nuevos mientras que los Red Bull tienen dos medios .



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    FaLO tiene un juego nuevo de blando para atacar la vuelta rápida en carrera
    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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    A falta de una hora para que comience la carrera, caen unas gotitas de lluvia. Lo que no sé es si llegan a caer al suelo.



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    FaLO tiene un juego nuevo de blando para atacar la vuelta rápida en carrera

    Si la VR la tiene Carlos, seguro que querrá levantársela por lo de ayer .


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    A falta de una hora para que comience la carrera, caen unas gotitas de lluvia. Lo que no sé es si llegan a caer al suelo.
    Tendria guasa lluvia en Miami

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    Los Aston Martin van a salir desde el pit lane. Parece que no enfriaron suficientemente la gasolina a tiempo.


    Formula 1 @F1 · 3min

    GRID UPDATE

    Both Aston Martin cars will start the race from the pit lane

    Stroll reports the team having "a little issue with the fuel"

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    De momento, los dos coches están el garaje intentando solucionar el problema de la gasolina.


    Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant F1 Team @AstonMartinF1 · 6min


    UPDATE: We have a fuel temperature problem on both cars, which the team are currently working on. More to follow.

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    Todos van a salir con el neumático medio menos los Aston Martin, Russell, Latifi y Ocon.



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    FORMULA 1 CRYPTO.COM MIAMI GRAND PRIX 2022 - Miami
    Resultados CARRERA

    Domingo, 8 de mayo de 2022


    Max VERSTAPPEN sigue con su racha de ganar todas las carreras que termina esta temporada. Además, se lleva también el punto extra de la vuelta rápida.

    Max aprovechó muy bien salir por la parte limpia y realizó una muy buena salida en la que adelantó a Sainz para pocas vueltas después ponerse en cabeza de carrera. Charles LECLERC intentó recuperar la primera posición en la parte final de la carrera pero le fue imposible, teniéndose que conformar con la segunda posición.

    Carlos SAINZ, que salía por la zona sucia, no arriesgó nada en la salida, fue incluso demasiado conservador. Y es que hoy necesitaba terminar la carrera sí o sí. En la parte final logró aguantar a Checo detrás para cruzar la meta en 3ª posición, posición en la que ha terminado muy contento. Esperemos que este resultado le haga hacer borrón y cuenta nueva y vuelva a ser el Carlos al que estábamos acostumbrados.

    La 4ª posición ha sido para Checo PÉREZ, que estuvo presionando desde el inicio a Carlos, aunque un problema de falta de potencia le hizo perder terreno. Tras unos cambios, logró solucionar estos problemas y volvió a la carga. En la parte final, se la jugó con una segunda parada para montar neumático medio e intentar superar a Carlos pero no los supo aprovechar y se quedó a las puertas del podio.

    Gran actuación de RUSSELL que se la jugó al salir con el neumático duro y, viendo que el rendimiento no bajaba, decidió estirar lo máximo esperando que saliera un coche de seguridad. Cuando este apareció, aprovechó para parar afrontando la parte final con neumáticos más frescos, lo que le permitió finalizar 5º, justo por delante de Hamilton.

    HAMILTON se vió retrasado en la salida por un toque y luego quedó en tierra de nadie. Tras el coche de seguridad se quejó al equipo de la estrategia, sobre todo cuando vió que era superado por Russell. No ha terminado nada contento.

    Valtteri BOTTAS estaba haciendo una buena carrera aguantando en quinta posición pero un error en la parte final en la que rozó el muro, fue adelantado por los Mercedes y ha terminado 7º.

    Fernando ALONSO ha tenido un gran premio para olvidar. En la salida fue quien golpeó a Hamilton por detrás, quedó atrapado detrás de Gasly y adelantó su parada buscando pasarle. En la parada tuvo un problema y perdió 5.7 segundos. Llegó a alcanzar a Gasly pero al intentar adelantarle lo golpeó y fue sancionado con 5 segundos. Al final, cruzó la meta octavo pero esa sanción le hizo perder posición con OCON, que remontó desde la última posición de la parrilla.

    Por si fuera poco, incluso fue investigado por ir por fuera de la pista, aunque quedó en nada. En el corralito ha reconocido que el toque con Gasly fue su culpa y que la sanción fue justa. En el toque, el coche de GASLY resultó algo dañado y no podía girar bien, lo que provocó que se golperara con NORRIS, provocando el coche de seguridad.

    El último de los puntos en disputa ha sido para ALBON.

    La carrera ha sido bastante floja, sobre todo en los puestos de cabeza, aunque hay que decir que la realización ha sido penosa, preocupándose más de mostrar a los VIPS que la acción que había en la parte de atrás. Al final, se ha medio salvado gracias a la aparición del coche de seguridad.

    Todos los pilotos han terminado muy tocados físicamente ya que ha hecho mucho calor. Antes del subir al podio se les veía agotados.


























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    Hamilton sobre no haber parado durante el coche de seguridad y la pregunta por radio que le hicieron en ese momento cuando le preguntaron qué quería hacer, si entrar o no.


    Hamilton about pitting under SC: „In that scenario I have no clue where everyone is. So when the teams says it's your choice I don't have the information to make that decision. That's what your job is. You got all the details. Today they gave it to me. I don't understand it."

    https://twitter.com/tgruener/status/..._1BymvIh70HJ-Q

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    Vuelta rápida número 18 para Max.



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    Ricciardo pierde posición con Stroll y Tsunoda al caerle una sanción de 5 segundos y un punto de licencia por conservar posición saliéndose de la pista.



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    Si las miradas matasen .



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    Pues al final resulta que a Fernando lo han investigado dos veces por ir por fuera en la curva 14. En una no hay sanción pero en la otra sí. Le caen otros 5 segundos de sanción y un punto de licencia. Pierde posición con Albon y Stroll y se queda sin puntos . Al final van a conseguir que aparezca el gemelo malo .








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    Alonso ha tenido un finde horribilis, pero la verdad que el se lo ha guisado y el se lo ha comido. Mucho tiempo sin verle en una carrera con tantas imprecisiones/torpezas.

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    Lleva un incio de temporada muy malo. Aunque anda pregonando a los 4 vientos que se quiere quedar 2 años o más, dudo que el equipo Alpine le renueve u otro equipo pique el anzuelo, cosa que no sería mala para su brillante hoja de servicios.
    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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    Impresiones de los equipos tras la Carrera:


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Red Bull

    Max Verstappen: "It feels amazing to win in Miami, the whole atmosphere this weekend has been incredible and to win in the US is always a nice feeling. It was a physically tough race; I think I must have lost around 3kgs!

    We had a really good pace on the minimum tire, that for sure helped to make my race. Once we had the pitstop I was just managing my time to Charles, I think we were very closely matched on the hard tire. Then the safety car came out which made it more entertaining for the fans, I had to push hard today but we made it work. I'm super pleased for the Team, we didn't have a great start to the weekend so we've come far, a big thank you to everyone."


    Sergio Perez: "It is a big disappointment today but at least we managed to finish with the points we have. We were putting the pressure on Carlos and then we had a problem with the power. It was caused by a sensor failure and meant we lost a lot of power, which limited our ability to attack. I was a second from Carlos and then the engine dropped and I lost around 30 seconds in two laps and then the issue effected me throughout the race. We had the pace to be up there on the podium and I pushed as much as I could in the position we were in. It was difficult to look after the tyres too, it was so hard in the corners and I was losing a lot of grip towards the end of the race.

    I went for it after the safety car restart but there was no grip at all and I just couldn't get past Carlos. We are working really hard on reliability and we will keep pushing as a Team, it is unfortunate, but I am pleased we managed to finish today. In Barcelona I want to be back battling at the top."


    Christian Horner, Team Principal and CEO: "It was a real tactical race today and we threw everything we had at it, we were quite lucky that Ferrari didn't pit under the safety car, Max was under so much pressure from Charles Leclerc but he kept focus and didn't make any mistakes and was gradually able to break the DRS, which was very powerful today and manage the victory from there. Checo was really unlucky today, he had a sensor issue early on and lost about 30 horsepower, and he gave it a real go when we pitted him and gave him the tyre advantage and without that issue he may even have finished second. We've got some interesting races coming up, the car is running well, we have some development coming in the summer and we need to lose some weight, but we're pleased with what we've come away with this weekend."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72452/Miami-...notes-Red-Bull


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Mercedes

    George finished the Miami Grand Prix in P5, with Lewis in P6 after an intense finale to the inaugural race in Miami Gardens. Given his grid position, the team opted for an offset strategy with George, starting him on the Hard tyre and running long on a circuit which has seen a number of red flags throughout the weekend.


    Lewis, starting six places up the grid on the Medium tyre, lost places on the opening lap after contact with ALO, before making his way back up to P6 where he spent the majority of the first stint.


    A safety car on lap 40 sparked by an incident for NOR allowed George to capitalise and make his one stop of the race from P5, emerging in P7 on fresh rubber just behind his teammate.


    After a clean back and forth, George overtook Lewis who was by this stage running on 20 lap-old tyres to move up to P5, before being ordered by Race Control to give the place back after exceeding track limits. With the tyre differential, George made another pass stick shortly thereafter.



    With the third-quickest car on the grid, the team took maximum points on offer in the US as F1 now heads back to Europe.


    George Russell: It's mixed feelings to be honest because obviously based on where we were yesterday, today was a good result but if you'd told me after Friday we'd finish P5 and P6 and that far behind P1, I'd have been pretty disappointed. We have a fast race car in there, we just don't have the key to unlock this performance. And we don't really understand why that is so there's work to do. Towards the end of the race today, when you're battling with your teammate, you've got to show respect, a bit more room than normal. The move was a bit tricky, I went a bit wide, but it's so dirty offline around this circuit. Obviously it was clear I went off the track and had to do it all over again. I enjoyed it and I think there's good respect between us. But Lewis was unlucky today, when you are on 20 lap old Hard tyres there's not a lot you can do really. It was brutal race out there - so hot, sweating, my eyes were stinging, I had sweat pouring into my eyes, so I need to find a way to get around that.


    Lewis Hamilton: We got good points as a team today, so we'll take them and move on. I was unfortunate with the safety car and I'm waiting for a change in fortune but until then, I'll just keep working as hard as I can.

    George did a great job in that first stint on the Hard tyre, in hindsight the Hard tyre was probably the better race tyre for today but George did well to recover from his position and we got fifth and sixth which is good points for the team. I was a bit of a sitting duck in our move but George did great, was very fair and on old tyres, there wasn't much I could do. Even running in our positions, it's still racing, it just changes your perspective. I thought the track was great, I don't think the chicane is ideal but that's the only weak point on this circuit.


    Toto Wolff: We maximised our points today - with George's starting position, we could afford to roll the dice on a long stint on the Hard and it worked out for him with the safety car, while it was unfortunate for Lewis. We were third-quickest on the road, this is where we are, we don't sometimes show it in qualifying but in the races, we're generally better. We had a good Friday but didn't quite understand why that was. We will be looking at all the data we've generated this weekend, working through the sessions on Friday to better understand the strong performance, and take those learnings back to Europe.


    Andrew Shovlin: We maximised the result that was possible today and both drivers did a good job. Lewis was unlucky with the safety car but both did well to get ahead of Valtteri. The car showed signs of promise on Friday on low and high fuel so it's disappointing to see that the gap to the front was no smaller today. However, there may be something to learn from that running so we'll pick through the data to see if we can see understand what may have changed. It was encouraging to see that pit stops and reliability were strong as good operations have helped us keep the points gap to the leaders to a minimum so far this season. However, we're under no illusion that we must close that lap time gap down in the next few weeks if we are to present any kind of challenge to Red Bull or Ferrari.


    https://www.pitpass.com/72446/Miami-...notes-Mercedes


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Ferrari

    In the maiden Miami Grand Prix, Scuderia Ferrari got both its drivers onto the podium, with Charles Leclerc in second place and Carlos Sainz third. As expected, the race turned out to be a very close fight with the Red Bull duo of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez. It confirmed that the two teams fighting for the win at every race so far, are very closely matched. The Scuderia picked up 33 points today to keep the lead in the Constructors' classification while Charles heads the Drivers' standings.


    The key factor was the behaviour of the Medium tyres in the first stint. As from lap 7, their pace began to drop and that allowed Verstappen to pass the Ferrari two laps later. From then on, Charles could only follow, losing a few tenths per lap up until he pitted to take on Hard tyres.


    Both Charles and Carlos had very strong pace on the hardest compound so that the Monegasque was able to gradually close on the race leader, while Sainz did not have too many problems in fending off Perez. When the field closed up behind the Safety Car, following the collision between Pierre Gasly and Lando Norris, Leclerc gave it everything he had, but still could not pass Verstappen, while Carlos had to fight like a lion to defend from Perez. The Mexican, who had nothing to lose, had pitted to take on a set of new Mediums and twice he tried to attack, but the Ferrari man was canny in managing the situation so that Perez could not use DRS. The result was a third place and a third podium this season, which was a great recovery after two races where luck was not on his side. It will be a confidence boost for Carlos as he heads for the next round, his home race, the Spanish Grand Prix, that takes place at the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit on 22 May.


    Charles Leclerc: All in all, we had a good weekend here in Miami, so of course I am disappointed to miss out on first place. While we had good pace on the Hard tyres, it was more tricky for us on the Mediums which our competitors were just faster on today, so we couldn't close the gap in the first stint. I thought we'd have a shot at taking back the lead after the Safety Car, but it just wasn't enough today.



    I thought the atmosphere was amazing this weekend and there was a really great show around the race and I look forward to coming back!


    Carlos Sainz: After a couple of eventful GPs, it's good to be back on the podium and to have both cars up there for the team. In general, it was a solid race but also a very tough one. The neck is still not 100% and half way through the race it became a limitation.


    Defending from Checo (Perez) who was on new Mediums after the restart was also very tough and the slightest mistake would have meant losing P3. I managed to fend him off well and the podium was the reward.


    I think I needed a race like this to reset a bit and build on it for the upcoming races. Up next is my home GP and we'll make sure we get there in the very best. Miami has been a unique weekend. Thanks to all the fans out there for their support!


    Mattia Binotto: We can't be completely happy with today's race because, although the F1-75 was competitive, our rivals were a few tenths per lap quicker than us. If you consider how many points we are taking home from here, we can't be too disappointed, given that we are leading both championships, but it's clear we now need to respond. We are keen to get the job done and there are still a lot of races to go.


    I want to congratulate both our drivers for the way they raced today. After a splendid pole yesterday, Charles left nothing on the table in his efforts to win while, from qualifying onwards, Carlos made up for Friday's setback and this afternoon, he produced a solid performance, especially in the way he fended off Perez in style in the closing stages.


    Finally, I want to thank the American fans for their enthusiastic welcome and my congratulations to F1 and the Grand Prix organisers for putting on an incredible show, both on and off the track.


    https://www.pitpass.com/72450/Miami-...-notes-Ferrari


    Miami GP: Race team notes - McLaren

    Daniel Ricciardo: "It felt like an eventful race. There were some battles and also moments of fun but it felt like we were defending more than attacking. We were trying our best to hold on. I think in the Medium stint we were able to go long at the beginning, but I'm not sure if we were that quick. It felt like we were able to at least keep the tyre going. But then with the Hard I just struggled, really struggled to get that going. Towards the end of the race when everything gripped-up, we just couldn't run with the quicker cars. So, battling hard, and thought I got close to the points there, but it just wasn't quite enough today. We'll keep at it. I think this circuit certainly played to a few of our weaknesses. Lots of long corners, lots of long straights, so we've got to work on that, and then hopefully Barcelona will suit us a bit more, so I'm looking forward to that."


    Lando Norris: "A tough day. Obviously, it didn't end anywhere near like we wanted it to. I think the collision with Pierre was a bit of a racing incident. I guess I maybe could have left a bit more space, but so could he and we just ended up coming together. We luckily didn't end up losing out too much. Maybe one or two points, but one or two points is always a nice thing to have. So a bit of a shame but it happens and we'll make sure we bounce back and do better next time."


    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "It was a disappointing Sunday for the team. We expected it to be a challenging race, as the track and conditions really did not suit our car - but unfortunately, we lost any opportunity to fight for even minor points after Lando's collision with Pierre Gasly. On Daniel's side, from his starting position in the rear half of the grid, and with the pace in the car, it wasn't possible to get back into the top ten - though he gave it everything he could. The result today does not reflect the huge effort put in by the entire team here at the track and back at the MTC, together with that of our colleagues at Mercedes HPP. My thanks to them all fighting it through in the Miami heat.


    "Independent of our result, it's been a sensational first Miami Grand Prix. It's been a big race for us, with enthusiastic support from our many guests, sponsors, partners and fans. The huge crowd generated an incredible atmosphere - but now we head home to analyse, reset and look forward to a European double-header in Barcelona and Monaco. Our clear aim is to strike back at the first opportunity."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72451/Miami-...-notes-McLaren


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Alpine

    BWT Alpine F1 Team returned to the points with both cars after a thrilling maiden Formula 1 Miami Grand Prix at a raucous Hard Rock Stadium. Esteban Ocon progressed from the back of the grid to eighth place with Fernando Alonso finishing in ninth place to score a combined six points.


    Fernando had crossed the line in eighth with Esteban ninth, however, a five-second time penalty for the Spaniard after an incident earlier in the race meant their positions were reversed. Fernando had enough time in hand to claim two points at the end.


    Fernando enjoyed a strong start off the line and was able to propel himself into the points places as he held eighth place in the early running. After pitting on lap 15 for Hards, the Spaniard was on course for the top ten before a Turn 1 collision with Pierre Gasly resulted in his time penalty. Fernando was able to extend the gap in the closing stages to cross the line in eighth with the time penalty demoting him one position.


    Esteban meanwhile drove a long and patient opening stint on Hards in the hope of a late Safety Car. And with the late collision between Gasly and Lando Norris on lap 40, Esteban was able to benefit from the Safety Car period to pit for fresh tyres without impacting track position. The Frenchman again had to show patience in the closing stages and with Mick Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel colliding late on, Esteban jumped to ninth at the chequered flag and eighth with Fernando's time penalty, rounding off a fantastic effort to progress twelve positions.


    Esteban Ocon: "What a race! A big thank you to the team for all the hard work overnight putting back together what was a pretty broken car after that big shunt in practice on Saturday. They are the real stars this weekend. For me, it feels great to come away with points after starting from the back of the grid and I'm definitely leaving happy after such a tough day yesterday. The car and the strategy were great, it was a well-managed race and we're capping off an exhilarating first race weekend in Miami in style. Now we need to keep that momentum as we head back to Europe for the next round."


    Fernando Alonso: "I'm happy to be back in the points today. In the race I made some good moves at the start and gained some positions. We were a bit unlucky with the timing of the Safety Car and some others were quite fortunate. We were probably in the fight for seventh or eighth without it. I then made a mistake when I tried to overtake Pierre [Gasly], which was my fault and I apologise. Overall, I think our race pace seemed to be good. It was also very hot and humid, so it was quite challenging physically for us. We'll take the points today as I think we deserved it."


    Laurent Rossi, CEO Alpine: "We're satisfied with today's race as it's been a decent recovery effort to save our weekend. We come away from Miami by returning to the points with both cars, which was important after tasting disappointment in Imola. Credit to Esteban for driving a strong race to go from the back of the grid to eighth place. This would have not been possible without his car crew's exceptional work in preparing a new chassis after yesterday's incident. To score points is a just reward for everyone's efforts. Fernando too drove a solid race, especially at the start to move himself into points scoring contention. In the end, with the five second time penalty, it's ninth place, which we'll certainly take after yesterday's qualifying. Miami has proved to be an excellent event both on track and off it, so congratulations to everyone at the team for their hard work this weekend. We must build on our points haul and we now look forward to Barcelona where we return to more familiar grounds. We're hungry to restart a points-scoring streak over the next string of races."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72443/Miami-...m-notes-Alpine


    Miami GP: Race team notes - AlphaTauri

    Yuki Tsunoda: "I'm really disappointed with today. On the first lap I struggled with pace and was overtaken by a few cars, then I wasn't able to recover from there for the rest of the race. We were happy with the way that we'd built up our confidence in the car from FP1, so it's frustrating to have performed so poorly today."


    Pierre Gasly: "It's a big shame today, the race was going well until the contact with Alonso, where we suffered damage on the car. Unfortunately, it was impossible to stay on track after that, as the car was too damaged, and then on the way back to the box Norris and I touched. There are some positives to take away from today still, we had a strong start and the pace of the car was quite good, but we're obviously disappointed with today's result."


    Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Today's race result is disappointing after such a strong Qualifying. Pierre battled strongly in the midfield against the Alpines, but unfortunately was hit by Alonso during a passing manoeuvre, costing him to lose places to both the Alpine and Stroll. Soon after, he had contact with Norris which caused more damage to his car, meaning we had no choice but to retire him from the race. Yuki struggled in the first stint, so we gambled on an early stop but the pace and car balance in his second stint was also inconsistent, meaning it was difficult to make sufficient progress. We need to go through all the data to understand the reasons behind these issues. Yuki managed to show some better pace in his final stint on the soft tyre, but by this point we were running out of laps to move forward further, and he finished out of the points. We have a lot of work ahead of us before we arrive in Barcelona. We need to understand the various factors behind today's performance, so we can move forward with our package and get back to scoring points."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72441/Miami-...tes-AlphaTauri


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Aston Martin

    Lance Stroll: "Overall a frustrating afternoon. It was a shame to start from the pit lane but once the race was underway we showed some reasonable pace today. It was quite difficult to overtake off-line, but we made good decisions and put ourselves in a position to finish inside the top 10 by pitting under the Safety Car. I think points could have been on the table, but a bad restart and contact with Kevin [Magnussen] prevented that."


    Sebastian Vettel: "It is a shame for this weekend to end in the way that it did and we should have done better. We had a fuel temperature issue before the race which meant that we started from the pit lane. For the majority of the race I was stuck in traffic, it was quite difficult to overtake, and the DRS was not that effective. When the Safety Car was deployed, we moved into the top 10, but Mick [Schumacher] and I had contact, which cost both of us points."


    Mike Krack - Team Principal: "Today was a frustrating day. First, we had a fuel temperature issue that delayed the release of our cars from the garage, resulting in both our drivers starting the race from the pit lane. They made good progress on Hard tyres early on, and we were able to bring them in for Mediums during the Safety Car deployment triggered by [Lando] Norris's lap-41 shunt. Sebastian was then running in 11 th place on new Mediums, just behind [Esteban] Ocon on older Softs and [Mick] Schumacher on older Hards. On his fresh Mediums, Sebastian duly leveraged that tyre advantage to displace them both, and was then lying in ninth place, looking good for some valuable world championship points. Sadly, it all ended for Seb through no fault of his own, as a result of a coming-together with an over-ambitious Schumacher. Equally, in the closing stages, Lance fell foul of [Kevin] Magnussen, who earned a penalty for causing a collision, as a result of which Lance ended up 11 th . In summary, the 2022 Miami Grand Prix was a disappointing race for us, but it is a great addition to the Formula One calendar and we hope that the spectators here all had an enjoyable day."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72445/Miami-...s-Aston-Martin


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Williams

    Alex Albon finished ninth and Nicholas Latifi 14th in the inaugural Miami Grand Prix. Alex started the race 18th on the medium Pirelli tyre, whilst Nicholas lined up 19th on the hard compound.


    Alex made one stop during the race, boxing on lap 16 to take the hard tyre with Nicholas pitting on lap 34 for the medium compound. Alex came home 10th on the track but was promoted to ninth following a post-race time penalty for Fernando Alonso.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: It was a race of attrition and patience today and Alex managed the opportunity very well and showed good pace throughout the race, which allowed him to undercut Ricciardo. The Safety Car was unfortunately timed for us, but Alex kept his cool and was still able to beat both Aston Martins, but frustratingly lost out to Ocon.

    Nonetheless, he drove well and deserved his second point-scoring finish of the season.


    Nicholas had the more difficult strategy, starting on hard tyres and aiming to run long. The pace of that tyre at the start of the race was poor for all those that tried it and this set his strategy back. Once on the medium tyre his pace was good despite having to manage a higher than expected fuel consumption. He also managed the race well and finished a credible 14th place, ahead of both Haas cars.


    Our inaugural trip to Miami has been a rollercoaster of a weekend, but we recovered well after a disappointing qualifying session to push the pack hard today and finish in the top 10.


    Alex Albon: Today we found the pace that I knew we had all weekend. We had a tough Qualifying yesterday which meant we were slightly out of position with a well-performing car, so overtaking was possible and we made good progress. We had a little bit of fortune with some of the cars ahead of us getting caught up in incidents, but the important thing is that we were in a position to make the most of those opportunities when they came. The team did a great job today, especially with the strategy, and so leaving Miami with more points is really special.


    Nicholas Latifi: It was a very difficult afternoon out there. On the one hand it is very positive for the team to score the point with Alex, especially after where we started from today, but on our side we had too many issues. It was difficult and we were having to manage some issues early on which were holding us back, including struggling with the tyres and lacking pace and we need to investigate those.


    https://www.pitpass.com/72449/Miami-...notes-Williams


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Alfa Romeo

    Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN brought home another strong points finish in the inaugural Miami Grand Prix as Valtteri Bottas finished in seventh place.

    Unfortunately, Zhou Guanyu's race came to a premature end with a technical issue when he was making good progress towards the points.


    The six points gained cement the team's fifth place in the constructors' championship as we climb to 31 points from the first five races of the season.


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "It shows how much progress we have made this year that we're actually a bit disappointed with P7 - which is a really good result in itself. We were really strong out there today and we ran most of the race comfortably in P5, just behind the two Red Bulls and Ferraris: the timing of the Safety Car really affected us, nullifying Valtteri's advantage over the two Mercedeses. Still, bringing home six points is a positive result and another gain for our championship standings, but we know we can improve even more. It was disappointing to lose Zhou early in the race with a water leak, as we feel he would have also been in the battle for some points: we will need to address the issue that stopped him and make sure we come back stronger on this point, too. The direction we are headed, however, is clear and it's positive. We know we can be competitive every weekend and we aim to keep fighting to achieve more success in the next rounds."


    Valtteri Bottas: "I am happy with our performance, it was a strong race although, in the end, we were penalised by the timing of the Safety Car. I was managing the gap over Lewis [Hamilton] and P5 would have been possible, but once the race was neutralised, the gap was gone and George [Russell] was on fresh tyres behind us, so keeping this place would have been difficult.

    I was trying to brake late to defend my position, overshot the braking point slightly and sadly the nature of the track here means that if you go off the line a little and into the dirt, you're off and you hit the wall. I was lucky nothing broke on the car and I could continue. Still, we bring home some good points which will be super important for the championship, and we showed we can fight on a par with everyone in the midfield. It's all very close and the way we keep developing will be important to stay ahead in this fight."


    Zhou Guanyu: "It's a shame to be forced to retire when we were making good inroads: I feel we had all it took to achieve a positive result today. We are still investigating what the issue was, all we know is that it was a water leak but we'll need to identify the causes and address them. It's frustrating, of course, but it's part of racing. My short race wasn't bad, I was three places up from where I started when I retired and I felt the car was really good. Now my focus is all on the next race: I want to turn things around and be where we deserve to be, but to do so we need to put everything together across the weekend."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72448/Miami-...tes-Alfa-Romeo


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Haas

    Haas F1 Team finished with Mick Schumacher 15th and Kevin Magnussen 16th at the 2022 Miami Grand Prix, held Sunday at the Miami International Autodrome.


    Schumacher and Magnussen started 15th and 16th respectively on the Pirelli P Zero Yellow medium tires and both made gains through the early stages, profiting from a strong first lap, before passing several rivals. Magnussen moved ahead of Schumacher in a tactical swap and came into the pits on lap 13 of 57, switching to White hard tires, with Schumacher following suit a lap later.


    Schumacher passed Magnussen as they battled cleanly and the pair made gains to hold ninth and 10th, when a collision between Lando Norris and Pierre Gasly brought out the Safety Car. Schumacher preserved ninth on track while Magnussen came in for a fresh set of mediums, emerging 13th.

    Unfortunately both drivers found themselves involved in collisions with Aston Martin drivers shortly after the restart. Schumacher collided with Sebastian Vettel into turn 1 while Magnussen clashed with Lance Stroll at turn 2.

    Schumacher classified in 15th position following an unscheduled pit stop to repair a broken front wing while Magnussen pulled into the pits on the final lap due to damage and was officially classified 16th.


    Haas F1 Team holds eighth place in the constructors' championship with 15 points.


    Haas F1 Team will return to action at the Spanish Grand Prix, to be held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, from May 20 to 22.


    Kevin Magnussen: "It was the hardest race I've ever done, it was unbelievably hot. I had to do that last stint with damage to the front wing but even with that damage we got ourselves into a position to fight for P10. We were catching Alonso and he had a time penalty, but it is what it is - we tried everything we could and didn't get points, onto the next one."


    Mick Schumacher: "The car was really good so I'm gutted that we didn't get to stay in position - I think it was our best race so far this year. We're all racers, we're all trying, and it was always going to be tough to keep new tires behind us and it was very unfortunate to end the race in that way. We were on the road to getting points, but we'll have to wait some more."


    Guenther Steiner, Team Principal: "Clearly not the day we wanted - especially this being one of our home events. The pace in the car was there and it was demonstrated by both drivers, but once again we got unlucky with some events on track. It's disappointing to look like you were going to come away with points and then not - Mick's incident with Sebastian took care of that unfortunately. We then had to retire Kevin's car on the second to last lap with damage he'd sustained earlier while he was fighting to get back into the top 10. We learn lessons in races like this and we have to apply those lessons moving forward to better ourselves."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72442/Miami-...eam-notes-Haas


    Miami GP: Race team notes - Pirelli

    It's three wins from three race finishes for Red Bull's Max Verstappen: he claimed the inaugural Miami Grand Prix from third on the grid with just one pit stop from the P Zero Yellow medium to the P Zero White hard. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished second and third on a similar strategy. All three podium finishers received a special Pirelli American Football helmet at the prize-giving ceremony held in the iconic Miami Dolphins stadium.


    A two-stopper was expected as the quickest strategy before the race, but the drivers managed to stretch their opening stints on the medium tyre - which most chose to start the race - without compromising performance, so that they could then run on the hard tyre all the way to the finish. An alternative approach was adopted by Mercedes driver George Russell, the highest-placed of just four drivers to start on the hard. He switched to the medium after 40 laps to finish fifth from P12 on the grid.


    As hoped for by many, a Virtual Safety Car and then Safety Car period towards the end of the race created opportunities by allowing drivers a 'cheap' pit stop, and several took advantage to change onto fresh tyres. These included Russell and Red Bull's Sergio Perez, who finished in fourth as the best-placed two-stopper.


    Temperatures were still warm for the race but not quite as hot as they had been for the previous days: the grand prix got underway with 34 degrees ambient and around 48 degrees on track. There was a high degree of humidity and some risk of rain predicted, but this never actually materialised.


    Mario Isola: "A strong performance from the tyres here, which meant that the race gravitated towards a one-stop strategy, whereas we had previously anticipated a two-stopper. This was also thanks to the fact that temperatures were notably cooler today compared to previous days. The teams were able to stretch their first stints, probably in the expectation of a safety car or other opportunity, but in the end that only came towards the end of the race, after nearly everybody had stopped. A few drivers tried to take advantage of that by changing tyres, with three drivers running all three compounds during the race. However, Verstappen and Leclerc fought hard for the race win and fastest lap even on used hard tyres in the closing stages. It was an exciting finish to an eagerly-anticipated grand prix: we hope that all the podium finishers enjoyed their special Pirelli American Football helmets!"


    https://www.pitpass.com/72444/Miami-...-notes-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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    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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    Mapa Calor Carrera:

    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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    Durante la última parte de la Carrera, en concreto en la vuelta que se pasó de régimen de VSC a SC, la Scuderia Ferrari podría haber entrado (con los 2 coches), a realizar un cambio de gomas, aquí explican porqué no lo hicieron:

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/f...call/10302026/
    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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    Una rápida comparativa del "ritmo de carrera suavizado" para 4 pilotos escogidos (VER, PER, LEC y SAI):

    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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    Los números del G.P de Miami 2022:



































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    2022 MIAMI - PDFs


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    Curvas de Distribución Miami GP:

    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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    Xavi Bonilla @boniphoto_ · 1h

    Getting ready to race | #boniphoto / #DPPI |














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    Perdóóóóónnnnnnnn....

    No se porqué, creí que ya habia puesto las gráficas de carrera...

    van a continuación:

    La habitual sesión de gráficas de carrera.

    GP de Miami 2022 :

    Posiciones por vuelta y compuesto


    Uso de compuestos


    Tiempos de Clasificatorias, vueltas promedio y vueltas rápidas




    Mejores sectores y vuelta ideal




    Velocidades máximas




    Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos:


    Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos


    Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros


    Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros


    Tiempos por vuelta de todos


    Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de todos


    Tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros


    Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros


    Tiempos del primer sector de todos


    Stints de los tiempos del primer sector de todos


    Tiempos del primer sector de los diez primeros


    Stints de los tiempos del primer sector de los diez primeros


    Tiempos del segundo sector de todos


    Tiempos del segundo sector de los diez primeros
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Tiempos del tercer sector de todos


    Stints de los tiempos del tercer sector de todos


    Tiempos del tercer sector de los diez primeros


    Stints de los tiempos del tercer sector de los diez primeros


    Ritmo promedio de todos


    Ritmo promedio de los diez primeros


    Tiempos compensados de todos (compensación peso gasolina)


    Stints de los tiempos compensados de todos


    Tiempos compensados de los diez primeros


    Stints de los tiempos compensados de los diez primeros


    Distancias entre todos los pilotos


    Distancias entre los diez primeros


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Red Bull, Ferrari y Mercedes


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Ferrari, Mercedes y Alfa Romeo


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Alfa Romeo y Alpine


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Alfa Romeo, Alpine y Williams


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Alpine, Williams y McLaren


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Williams, McLaren y Aston Martin


    Tiempos por vuelta de los McLaren, Aston Martin y AlphaTauri


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Aston Martin, AlphaTauri y Haas


    Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Mercedes


    Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Ferrari


    Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Renault


    Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda


    Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Honda y Renault
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    Huella de carrera de todos


    Stints de Huella de carrera de todos


    Huella de carrera de los diez primeros


    Stints de Huella de carrera de los diez primeros


    Ritmo Absoluto de todos


    Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de todos


    Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros


    Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros


    [b]Comparación vueltas de Verstappen y Leclerc/b]


    Comparación vueltas de Leclerc y Sainz


    Comparación vueltas de Sainz y Pérez


    Comparación vueltas de Pérez y Russell


    Comparación vueltas de Russell y Hamilton


    Comparación vueltas de Hamilton y Bottas


    Comparación vueltas de Bottas y Ocon


    Comparación vueltas de Ocon y Alonso


    Comparación vueltas de Alonso y Albon


    Comparación vueltas de Albon y Ricciardo


    Comparación vueltas de Ricciardo y Stroll


    Rendimientos globales en Carrera


    Rendimientos con compuestos prime, duros o C2


    Ampliación para Ricciardo


    Rendimientos con compuestos option, medios o C3


    Ampliación para Stroll, Vettel y Russell


    Rendimientos con compuestos extra, blandos o C4



    Y seguimos porrocesando ... ...
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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