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    A Antonia debemos este morro.




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    RIP

    Su paso por la F1 fue veloz como un rayo.
    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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    No han entrado en vigor "los Reglamentos 2022" y ya se están estudiando propuestas para el 2026:

    https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/...informationen/
    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 Antonia debemos este morro.



    D.E.P.

    Mitiquisimo morro, me trae recuerdos buenisimos sobre todo de mi época de "simulero".

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    Ha fallecido Antonia Terzi. DEP.

    Former Williams and Ferrari #F1 aerodynamicist Antonia Terzi has died, following a car crash in the United Kingdom. She was 50. Story:

    Williams F1 'walrus nose' aerodynamicist Terzi dies

    By: Jonathan Noble Co-author: Franco Nugnes Nov 1, 2021, 12:24 PM

    https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/wi...-dies/6734186/


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    A Antonia debemos este morro.

    La de horas de disquisiciones entre las ventajas e inconvenientes entre las quillas nulas y las dobles.........
    Cómo si supiéramos el diseño final de verdad!.

    Eso si, lo que disfrutamos y lo bien que lo pasamos.........

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    D.E.P.

    Mitiquisimo morro, me trae recuerdos buenisimos sobre todo de mi época de "simulero".
    Tu de simulero??... pues yo de disimulador!... Y que viva el Factor-R (y sucesor)
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Parece que a Toto se le ha ido una miaja la pinza, ¿no?




    Wolff: “Lewis se chocará con Max si tiene que hacerlo”


    El jefe de Mercedes asegura que no dará ninguna instrucción deliberada.



    https://www.caranddriver.com/es/form...s-chocara-max/

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    Autosport publicado ayer.








    Enlace de descarga: https://mega.nz/file/q1kWwRyI#DGMIgj...QYt2iXJi4U-fmg






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    Artículos de Autosport Plus de la semana pasada, la semana Hamilton, la número 44.

    Estos son:




    • The code of conduct debate prompted by the Alonso/Raikkonen marginal call.
    • Memories from Formula Ford Festival greats.
    • The key early victory that could challenge UK junior racing's hegemony.
    • How the #7 Toyota squad moved closer to clinching WEC's 2021 title.
    • Why McLaren's "young Montoya" has an eye on F1.
    • The financial implications fuelling junior bike racing's dangerous aggression.
    • The remarkable fixes Toyota used to avert another Le Mans disaster.
    • Could F1's "kingmakers" tradition impact the 2021 title battle?
    • How 50th anniversary Festival reminded the world of its charm.





    Descarga Autosport Plus - semana 44-2021: https://mega.nz/file/P1lAxIJD#e0Oij0...zbkyw8HG2wJvKo






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    Literal F1 @LiteralF1 · 9s

    Very interesting from Horner to say that apparently the performance difference between a fresh -> end of life @HondaRacingF1 engine is only ~1 tenth. That’s very impressive! Mercedes have a much higher difference, which is why they’re taking so many new engines #F1 #BrazilGP

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    Los cambios que quieren hacer en Eau Rouge. La línea del exterior la han pintado con un poco de tembleque.



    The Racing Blog @theracingblog_ · 8h


    Up-coming changes to Eau Rouge/Raidillon track layout confirmed on track day. Friend of TRB Stijn Paspont shared shots of the briefing provided by race control and the yellow lines defining the new race surface. #WEC #F1 #Spa















    En este enlace hay un vídeo con los coches pasando respetando el nuevo trazado de la curva.


    https://twitter.com/theracingblog_/s...470947328?s=20

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    Acabo de darme cuenta de que no puse el Autosport de esta semana. Aquí lo tenéis.








    Enlace de descarga: https://mega.nz/file/qoFABDJC#hYtJ6v...zSnX1TLjdFAzGU





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    Y los artículos de Autosport Plus de esta semana que está finalizando.




    • Why social media backlash isn't swaying F1 on sprint race future.
    • Inside Hyundai’s radical approach to prepare for the WRC hybrid era.
    • How Ganassi's relentless new champion outfoxed IndyCar's best.
    • Inside the Mercedes mission control where F1 races are won or lost.
    • How W Series can confront its biggest enduring issue.
    • Why Mercedes is pleased despite Verstappen starting well ahead in Mexico.
    • The other finely-poised 2021 battle that could face a decisive swing.
    • Why Verstappen was untouchable after "crucial" Mexican GP Turn 1 pass.
    • How Portugal exposed the biggest threat to Quartararo’s MotoGP title defence.
    • How the WEC's heavyweight duel reached its controversial flashpoint.
    • Why Red Bull's Mexico victory underlined a time-tested Newey strength.
    • Why MotoGP's under-fire graduate has a point to prove.
    • The unanswered questions that define WEC 2021's controversial ending.
    • The errors Verstappen isn't making when it matters in F1 2021.
    • How Larson took the long way round to NASCAR Cup glory.







    Descarga Autosport Plus - semana 45-2021: https://mega.nz/file/rlNS3TQb#znUu90...L6pOYma_ixvxIM





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    Zhou sustituye a A. Giovinazzi en el equipo Alfa Romeo, para la próxima temporada:

    https://t.co/WEr8lhNFEV?amp=1
    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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    Situación contractual de pilotos a día de hoy, para la temporada 2022 y siguientes. La fuente es
    @Formula1Trends:

    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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    Zhou sustituye a A. Giovinazzi en el equipo Alfa Romeo, para la próxima temporada:

    https://t.co/WEr8lhNFEV?amp=1


    Bottas - Zhou, extraña combinación.

    La verdad es que Gio no ha demostrado tener lo suficiente como para seguir en la F1. Aunque en quali ha quedado muchas veces por delante de Kimi, en carrera casi siempre la pifia de alguna manera. Una pena que los italianos se queden sin ningún piloto en la parrilla.

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    Traducción al inglés de @JunaidSamodien_ de un interesante artículo de AMUS sobre la velocidad extra que parecía tener Hamilton en Brasil y los tocamientos de Verstappen.






    Lewis Hamilton won in Sao Paulo despite being disqualified and a motor penalty. His trump card was the better car. Red Bull blames everything on the outstanding top speed of the Mercedes and is looking for reasons. Is it the new engine or a rear wing trick?

    In the sprint, Hamilton was 21.7 km/h faster through the speed trap at the end of the pit straight. In the main race, the difference was 15.2 km/h.

    This superiority is also reflected in the best sector times. The two straight lines of the route lie in the first sector and the third sector.

    Both sections clearly go to Hamilton. Sector 1 with 18.281 to 18.643 seconds, Sector 3 with 16.396 to 16.744 seconds. In the winding middle section, Verstappen only gain a tenth of a second on the Mercedes driver on his fastest lap.

    Adrian Newey explains Mercedes' lead as follows: "With their outstanding top speed, they forced us to do two things. Firstly, we drove with a little less downforce than planned. Secondly, our drivers had to attack in the middle sector to get that to catch up again. That overheating the tyres for us."

    For months, Red Bull has been trying to figure out why Mercedes is a force on the straights. There were many theories, but none led to a clear result.

    Dr. Helmut Marko attributed part of the superiority to the new Mercedes engine. "He was much faster than the other Mercedes drivers. Mercedes managed a masterpiece to conjure up such a rocket in the decisive part of the championship."

    According to Red Bull, the difference between old and new is around 20 hp. Honda benefits from a maximum of six to eight hp with a new engine.

    Mercedes rejects that statement. The advantage of the fresh engine is a maximum of a tenth of a second. After changing the engine in the USA, Valtteri Bottas also has a relatively fresh unit in his car.

    According to the Mercedes engineers, Hamilton's overtaking secret is not just a healthy top speed.

    Mercedes engineers: "We had better traction from corners 3 and 12. Those are the corners in front of the straights. In Interlagos, traction is a question of the tyre temperature at the rear and how you can turn into the corners. Our front axle was very stable. And our drivers have special Take care of your tires in the fast corners 6 and 7. Red Bull was clearly faster there but in the two corners, you knock your tires out if you drive too aggressively. And you pay for that later when it matters."

    An hour and a half before the start of the main race, Adrian Newey and chief engineer Paul Monaghan went into the office of FIA technical director Nikolas Tombazis again with two notebooks in their arms.

    It was again about the same topic as on Friday. At the moment Red Bull only wants one clarification.

    "We'll see how the FIA ​​interprets the matter," said Newey.

    Marko thinks a protest is premature: "We don't yet have enough facts to take action against it. That would be the last resort."

    Mercedes is calm about a protest. "You won't find anything," Toto Wolff says

    Mercedes knows what Red Bull complained about at the FIA. "They are doing something similar to what we did before the race in Baku," suggested team principal Christian Horner.

    On the Red Bull and a few other cars in the field, the rear wing flap folded back when a certain load was exceeded.

    At the instigation of Mercedes, the FIA ​​introduced stricter rules for the flexibility of rear wing elements from the French GP. That forced six teams to stiffen their wings.

    At Mercedes, the trick should work the other way around. The main blade of the wing is in the visor. It allegedly deliberately deforms downwards and thus opens the rear wing gap more than allowed.

    This is practically invisible from the outside because the flap covers the lower element.

    You have to know exactly where to look to see anything at all, they said behind closed doors. It was heard that a former Mercedes employee was chatting.

    Verstappen was obviously well versed in this theory. As he examined Hamilton's rear wing in Parc Fermé, he pressed on the lower, not the upper, element.

    The suspicion of Red Bull and the DRS violation on Hamilton's car are two different cases. They just happen randomly in the same area of ​​the car. What Red Bull complains about is a deliberately created effect.

    What brought Mercedes disqualification was a defect. Everything indicates that two screws securing the flap to the right end plate had loosened.



    Artículo completo original en alemán: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/...r-heckfluegel/

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    nicolas carpentiers @NicolasF1i · 46min

    On this pic of the Honda PU, one can see the clutch housing bolted to the crankshaft on the engine exit. Here, the housing is empty and devoid of its lid. There are usually six carbon disks inside, which make up the friction surface.

    #F1 | #TechF1 | #QatarGP




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    Traducción al inglés de @JunaidSamodien_ de un interesante artículo de AMUS sobre la velocidad extra que parecía tener Hamilton en Brasil y los tocamientos de Verstappen.






    Lewis Hamilton won in Sao Paulo despite being disqualified and a motor penalty. His trump card was the better car. Red Bull blames everything on the outstanding top speed of the Mercedes and is looking for reasons. Is it the new engine or a rear wing trick?

    In the sprint, Hamilton was 21.7 km/h faster through the speed trap at the end of the pit straight. In the main race, the difference was 15.2 km/h.

    This superiority is also reflected in the best sector times. The two straight lines of the route lie in the first sector and the third sector.

    Both sections clearly go to Hamilton. Sector 1 with 18.281 to 18.643 seconds, Sector 3 with 16.396 to 16.744 seconds. In the winding middle section, Verstappen only gain a tenth of a second on the Mercedes driver on his fastest lap.

    Adrian Newey explains Mercedes' lead as follows: "With their outstanding top speed, they forced us to do two things. Firstly, we drove with a little less downforce than planned. Secondly, our drivers had to attack in the middle sector to get that to catch up again. That overheating the tyres for us."

    For months, Red Bull has been trying to figure out why Mercedes is a force on the straights. There were many theories, but none led to a clear result.

    Dr. Helmut Marko attributed part of the superiority to the new Mercedes engine. "He was much faster than the other Mercedes drivers. Mercedes managed a masterpiece to conjure up such a rocket in the decisive part of the championship."

    According to Red Bull, the difference between old and new is around 20 hp. Honda benefits from a maximum of six to eight hp with a new engine.

    Mercedes rejects that statement. The advantage of the fresh engine is a maximum of a tenth of a second. After changing the engine in the USA, Valtteri Bottas also has a relatively fresh unit in his car.

    According to the Mercedes engineers, Hamilton's overtaking secret is not just a healthy top speed.

    Mercedes engineers: "We had better traction from corners 3 and 12. Those are the corners in front of the straights. In Interlagos, traction is a question of the tyre temperature at the rear and how you can turn into the corners. Our front axle was very stable. And our drivers have special Take care of your tires in the fast corners 6 and 7. Red Bull was clearly faster there but in the two corners, you knock your tires out if you drive too aggressively. And you pay for that later when it matters."

    An hour and a half before the start of the main race, Adrian Newey and chief engineer Paul Monaghan went into the office of FIA technical director Nikolas Tombazis again with two notebooks in their arms.

    It was again about the same topic as on Friday. At the moment Red Bull only wants one clarification.

    "We'll see how the FIA ​​interprets the matter," said Newey.

    Marko thinks a protest is premature: "We don't yet have enough facts to take action against it. That would be the last resort."

    Mercedes is calm about a protest. "You won't find anything," Toto Wolff says

    Mercedes knows what Red Bull complained about at the FIA. "They are doing something similar to what we did before the race in Baku," suggested team principal Christian Horner.

    On the Red Bull and a few other cars in the field, the rear wing flap folded back when a certain load was exceeded.

    At the instigation of Mercedes, the FIA ​​introduced stricter rules for the flexibility of rear wing elements from the French GP. That forced six teams to stiffen their wings.

    At Mercedes, the trick should work the other way around. The main blade of the wing is in the visor. It allegedly deliberately deforms downwards and thus opens the rear wing gap more than allowed.

    This is practically invisible from the outside because the flap covers the lower element.

    You have to know exactly where to look to see anything at all, they said behind closed doors. It was heard that a former Mercedes employee was chatting.

    Verstappen was obviously well versed in this theory. As he examined Hamilton's rear wing in Parc Fermé, he pressed on the lower, not the upper, element.

    The suspicion of Red Bull and the DRS violation on Hamilton's car are two different cases. They just happen randomly in the same area of ​​the car. What Red Bull complains about is a deliberately created effect.

    What brought Mercedes disqualification was a defect. Everything indicates that two screws securing the flap to the right end plate had loosened.



    Artículo completo original en alemán: https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/...r-heckfluegel/

    Govy, me ha gustado tanto que aquí te dejo una comparativa de la "telemetría" de las mejores vueltas de 'qualy' de LH y MV. Espero que te guste

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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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    Govy, me ha gustado tanto que aquí te dejo una comparativa de la "telemetría" de las mejores vueltas de 'qualy' de LH y MV. Espero que te guste



    ¡Muchas gracias, llumia!

    Pues claro que me gusta la comparativa. Aunque reconozco que lo que más me ha gustado es el final del título.

    Un millón de Muacks.

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    Autosport de hoy.









    Enlace de descarga: https://mega.nz/file/z11gXThK#Zqyl9j...TK-JV3TgYXf_5Y






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    Se retrasa a hoy Viernes, la decisión sobre si el equipo Mercedes tiene derecho a revisar la controvertida acción de MV en el pasado GP de Sao Paulo:

    https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/ve...dict-/6795748/
    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 artículos de Autosport Plus de esta semanita.




    • The gamesmanship warning over F1's potentially title-deciding moments.
    • The much-loved tin-top superstar bowing out at 59.
    • The third generation McRae on his way to the WRC.
    • How Honda's brightest young talent shone after missing out in Europe.
    • Why the BTCC's ballast increase couldn't stop champion Sutton.
    • How 2021's TOCA support titles were won.
    • The hope and alarm Mercedes faces versus Red Bull in F1's main 2021 Interlagos race.
    • How a Mercedes "Achilles' heel" cost Verstappen in Hamilton's Interlagos masterclass.
    • How Rossi got the perfect send-off to his MotoGP career.
    • How F1's other IndyCar exile finally unlocked his potential.
    • Why Giovinazzi's lack of progress has taken him out of the F1 game.
    • How F1 2021's other new tracks will impact the Verstappen-Hamilton title fight.
    • Ranking the top 10 BTCC drivers of 2021.
    • The principles at stake in the Verstappen/Hamilton Turn 4 clash.




    Descarga Autosport Plus - semana 46-2021: https://mega.nz/file/7kNRRI7B#5Sc5jv...j1RZNsiq9pQ-W8





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    Se retrasa a hoy Viernes, la decisión sobre si el equipo Mercedes tiene derecho a revisar la controvertida acción de MV en el pasado GP de Sao Paulo:

    https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/ve...dict-/6795748/


    La pantomima que están montando con este tema, es de traca. Ya no es que es estén tomando un tiempo excesivo, como con la decisión del DRS de Hamilton, sino que tomar ahora una decisión diferente a la que se tomó en carrera, puede sentar un precedente muy peligroso.

    Seguiremos con las palomitas.



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    Zhou sustituye a A. Giovinazzi en el equipo Alfa Romeo, para la próxima temporada:

    https://t.co/WEr8lhNFEV?amp=1


    Giovinazzi no está contento con su sustitución y a Vasseur no le ha gustado su reacción.



    Vasseur critica la profesionalidad de Giovinazzi tras su salida de Alfa Romeo F1

    Por: Jonathan Noble
    18 nov. 2021 14:13

    El director de Alfa Romeo, Fred Vasseur, asegura que no le impresionaron los comentarios de Antonio Giovinazzi de que la Fórmula 1 era "despiadada" cuando se trataba de dinero.


    Recientemente se anunció que Giovinazzi será reemplazado en 2022 por Guanyu Zhou, un piloto chino que llega a Alfa Romeo con un fuerte apoyo por parte de sus patrocinadores en un movimiento que el equipo espera le abra aún más oportunidades comerciales.

    A través de las redes sociales y después del anuncio de la llegada de Zhou al equipo suizo, Giovinazzi expresó sus frustraciones respecto a las razones por las que había perdido su asiento.

    "La F1 es emoción, talento, coches, riesgo, velocidad", escribió el italiano, publicando una imagen de sí mismo sentado en un coche Ferrari de juguete cuando era niño. "Pero cuando el dinero manda, puede ser despiadado".

    Vasseur escuchó lo que había dicho Giovinazzi y no se mostró especialmente satisfecho por decirlo de alguna forma, recordándole al italiano la necesidad de seguir siendo profesional en cualquier momento.

    Hablando en 'Esta semana con Will Buxton' sobre cómo Giovinazzi debería enfocar el resto de la temporada ahora, Vasseur dijo: "Bueno, sinceramente, creo que es importante para él cerrar este capítulo, al menos en esta temporada, haciéndolo bien en la pista".

    "Vi los comentarios que hizo. No soy un gran admirador de este tipo de actitudes: también porque el equipo le dio la oportunidad de estar tres temporadas en la F1. Muchísimos pilotos habrían soñado con estar en su situación".

    "Ahora tendrá otros desafíos. Tendrá que hacerlo bien vaya donde vaya, y quizás regrese a la F1 en el futuro. Pero estamos en un mundo pequeño y tenemos que seguir siendo profesionales siempre".

    El fichaje de Zhou por Alfa Romeo significa que ahora el equipo suizo ha completado su alineación, habiendo confirmado previamente a Valtteri Bottas.

    Vasseur explicó que la combinación de un novato y un piloto experimentado era algo grandioso, dejando claro que el papel de Bottas sería fundamental.

    "Él sabía cuando firmó con nosotros que sería muy difícil para él repetir los mismos resultados que ha tenido estos años en Mercedes", dijo.

    "Pero, por otro lado, le ofrecimos algo un poco diferente: él será el centro del proyecto y será el impulsor clave, y eso tampoco quiere decir nada malo para Zhou.

    "Él [Bottas] traerá la experiencia que necesita el equipo. Será clave para el desarrollo del coche, y también será fundamental en las primeras carreras".

    "Creo que para Valtteri era importante tener esa posición en un equipo. Cuando eres el compañero de Lewis Hamilton, sabes perfectamente que no será un fácil, siempre estarás un poco a la sombra de tu compañero de equipo.

    "Creo que es un paso importante en la carrera de Valtteri, incluso aunque no nos imaginemos peleando con Mercedes el año que viene".

    "La posición en el equipo será completamente diferente y creo que para él y para su propia perspectiva, será un paso adelante importante".


    https://es.motorsport.com/f1/news/va...nazzi/6794462/

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    Sobre el culebrón Max-Lewix en Brasil y la lucha en los despachos:



    Max Verstappen believes the recent Mercedes appeal shows their "true colours".

    "You can see their true nature coming out. It's not my team of course... but what's when you show your true colours".

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/v...ature/6797541/





    Leclerc insisted he had no preference in terms of outcome.


    "Honestly, I really don't mind," he said. "But whatever is allowed, then I just want it to be clear as a driver. That's the only thing that matters to me.

    "If this is allowed, then overtaking around the outside is going to be very difficult.

    "But yeah, whatever the situation, the decision is, I'll just adapt my driving to it; so I'm fine with both."




    Leclerc's Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz agreed that drivers will be watching the Verstappen case, but wasn't surprised the Red Bull driver went unpunished in Brazil.

    "A driver uses every opportunity to his advantage," he said. "To know well if this hasn't been penalised at the last race, if I'm in a similar position, I know I can do something similar.

    "I think the car on the inside always has the preference and the ability to run the other car wide, but if the car on the inside also goes wide, that is what we need to clarify.



    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/l...ished/6795327/





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    Varios días mareando la perdiz para nada. Si es que de verdad que son un meme.



    La Fórmula 1 da carpetazo. No se investigará el incidente en Max Verstappen y Lewis Hamilton


    https://www.diariomotor.com/competic...vs-verstappen/




    Ahora a esperar a ver cómo interpretan esta decisión los pilotos.

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    Aquí explican los fundamentos para tal decisión, básicamente que no había pruebas nuevas significativas:

    https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/an...iving/6798618/
    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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    Esta noticia seguro que le va a encantar a McH.




    FIA told drivers to expect ‘different decisions with different stewards’ – Hamilton

    2021 Qatar Grand Prix

    Posted on 20th November 2021, 16:38 | Written by Dieter Rencken and Keith Collantine

    Formula One drivers were told to expect that different decisions may be given for similar incidents in a meeting yesterday, which centred on the events of last week’s São Paulo Grand Prix.

    An incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, which the stewards decided not to investigate, became a focal point of attention following the race. Verstappen was accused of forcing Hamilton wide, which several drivers and teams claim they have been penalised for previously.Mercedes’ request to have the stewards review their decision not to investigate the incident was refused yesterday. The question whether a new precedent had been established for how such incidents will be handled in future came up in the subsequent drivers’ briefing with FIA F1 race director Michael Masi yesterday.

    Speaking in the FIA press conference after qualifying, Hamilton said the meeting failed to clarify whether moves of the type Verstappen performed in Brazil would attract penalties in future. He said that the FIA indicated that as different stewards are used from race to race, decisions may not always be consistent.

    “It’s not clear,” said Hamilton. “They said it’s going to be different with different stewards. It could be different with different stewards is what they said.”

    Hamilton made his comments when asked whether drivers had been told the stewards would not necessarily make the same decision in the same set of circumstances as what occured in Brazil. Following that, Verstappen – who was asked the same question – complained his fellow drivers had described was was discussed in the meeting.

    “For me, the thing I don’t like, we discuss these kinds of things and they don’t need to go to the media,” he said.

    “You talk to the experts, and I think it’s more important that we discuss these things with the experts and not just throw things around on social media for nothing.

    “I don’t know really what to comment on that, I prefer to talk to the people in charge and just discuss with them about future things in general, not only like an incident or whatever.”

    Bottas said it “would be a bit weird” if the stewards handled similar cases differently in future.

    According to Hamilton, the majority of drivers present at the meeting requested a clarification on the handling of the Brazil incident.

    Every driver – I think, except for Max – was asking for clarity but it wasn’t very clear,” he said. “It’s still not clear what the limits of that track are. It’s clearly not the white line any more, when overtaking.

    “So we just go for it and we just ask for consistency. So if it’s the same as the last race, then that should be the same for all of us in those scenarios and it’s fine.”

    However, Verstappen said the meeting gave a clear impression of how stewards will treat incidents in the future.

    “Everyone is different and everyone has their own of racing and defending and overtaking,” he said. “And of course it’s very hard for the FIA as well to get everyone one the same line. Of course they decide but every driver has a different opinion.

    “I think yesterday it was all about sharing their opinions and then the FIA explaining their process of talk behind it. So I think we came a long way, and it was a very long briefing. So I think it was, at the end, pretty clear.”


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    Esta noticia seguro que le va a encantar a McH.

    FIA told drivers to expect ‘different decisions with different stewards’ – Hamilton

    2021 Qatar Grand Prix

    Posted on 20th November 2021, 16:38 | Written by Dieter Rencken and Keith Collantine

    ...

    https://www.racefans.net/2021/11/20/...ards-hamilton/


    Qué bien me conoces

    No se puede esperar más del Masinútil, si tienes suerte, y les caes simpático a los cherifes, solo son +5s de peñalización el atajar por el medio del trazado en 30 ocasiones, o un -30 segundos si alguien no te deja ganar .

    Solo depende de los cherifes, unos si, y otros no. Lo normal para Masinútil.
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