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    F1 2021 - G.P. Nº 12 - BÉLGICA

    FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2021 – GP Nº 12
    GRAN PREMIO DE BÉLGICA

    Spá
    Francorchamps

    SPA GRAND PRIX SA
    Route du Circuit, 38
    B-4970 FRANCORCHAMPS
    BELGIUM





    HORARIOS:
    Viernes 27 de Agosto :
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 1 :Horario Local : 11:30 a 12:30 - España :11:30 a 12:30 - GMT : 09:30 a 10:30
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 2 : Horario Local :15:00 a 16:30 - España :15:00 a 16:30 - GMT : 13:00 a 14:30

    Sábado 28 de Agosto :
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 3 : Horario Local : 12:00 a 13:00 - España :12:00 a 13:00 - GMT : 10:00 a 11:00
    • Clasificatorias de Parrilla de Salida : Horario Local :15:00 a 16:00 - España :15:00 a 16:00 - GMT : 13:00 a 14:00

    Domingo 29 de Agosto :
    CARRERA
    :
    Horario Local: 15:10 - España: 15:10 - GMT: 13:10

















    Datos Básicos de Pista

    • Fecha de creación: 1950
    • Primer Gran Premio de F1: 10/06/1950
    • Grandes Premios organizados: 53
    • Capacidad de espectadores: 70000
    • Longitud oficial:7.004 metros. / 4,352 millas


    • Longitud oficial:7.004 metros. / 4,352 millas
    • Número de vueltas: 44.
    • Sentido de giro: Derechas (horario).
    • Longitud total de carrera: 308,052km / 191,410 millas.
    • Longitud rodadura: 6.949metros.
    • Compensación de linea de salida: 124 m.
    • Curvas oficiales: 19.
    • Curvas reales: 19.
    • Curvas oficiales a derecha: 10.
    • Curvas oficiales a izquierda: 10.
    • [Curvas reales a derecha: 9.
    • Curvas reales a izquierda: 9.

    • % de vuelta con acelerador a fondo: 70%.
    • % de vuelta usando freno: 14%.
    • % de uso de ERS por vuelta: 30%.
    • Consumo por vuelta: 2,27 Kg.
    • Consumo por vuelta: 3,03 l.
    • Penalización por vuelta de combustible: 0,089 s.
    • Demora por cada 10Kg de carga: 0,394 s.
    • Tiempo de entrada y salida de pits (sin repostar): 21 s.
    • Distancia desde la salida hasta la primera frenada: 140 m.
    • Tiempo de vuelta de referencia: 1:44,512.


    • Carga aerodinámica: Media
    • Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Bajo
    • Agarre del asfalto: Medio-Bajo
    • Tipo de neumático: Duro-Medio
    • Desgaste de neumáticos: Medio
    • [SIZE=2]Tipos de Neumáticos suministrados por Pirelli:

    • Brembo. La frenada más dura de Spá-Francorchamps:


    • Ventana Pit Stop a 1 parada : vueltas 23 a 29
    • Ventana Pit Stop a 2 paradas : vueltas 15 a 20 y 27 a 33
    • Ventana Pit Stop a 3 paradas : vueltas 9 a 12 , 18 a 22 y 29 a 34


    Mejor vuelta :V. Bottas - 1:46,286 (Mercedes 2018)
    Mejor pole : L. Hamilton - 1:41,252 (Mercedes 2020)
    Pole 2020 : L. Hamilton - 1:41,252 (Mercedes)
    Vuelta Rápida 2020 : D. Ricciardo - 1:47,483 (Renault)
    Podium 2020 : 1º L. Hamilton ; 2º V. Bottas ; 3º M. Verstappen



    Piloto con más Poles: 6 L. Hamilton
    Escudería con más Poles: [B]11 McLaren/B]
    Piloto con más victorias: 6 M. Schumacher
    Escudería con más Victorias: 14 Ferrari

    Alguersuari nos enseña la pista de Spá en el simulador de Red Bull:


    Clasificatorias Spá-Francorchamps 2020 High Lights:


    Vuelta OnBoard de la pole de Hamilton el pasado año 2020:


    Spá-Francorchamps 2020 High Lights:


    Spá-Francorchamps 2020 Mejores OnBoards:


    Notas de Pedro de la Rosa:



    El Gran Premio de Bélgica se celebra anualmente en el mítico circuito de Spa-Francorchamps.

    Caracterizado por un clima impredecible y su gran longitud, es el circuito más largo del campeonato.

    Es un gran premio considerado clásico, debido a que desde 1925 se disputan carreras en este trazado belga, siendo una cita casi obligada del calendario. En su historia ha alternado apariciones con los circuitos de Zolder y Nivelles-Baulers a lo largo de los años, pero con la definitiva continuidad de Spa.

    Entró en el mundial en el año 1950 con la primera carrera ganada por Juan Manuel Fangio. El GP del año 1982 se recuerda como un día negro por la muerte del gran Gilles Villeneuve en la vuelta de calificación en el trazado de Zolder. Históricamente Spa cuenta con la colisión de coches más grande de la F1, en 1998, donde se vieron involucrados nueve coches de los veintidos que tomaron la salida.

    El circuito de Spa se ha reducido en los últimos años de su longitud original de 14,9 kilometros, pero sigue siendo la pista más larga en el calendario. La vuelta de 7,004 kilometros actual conserva gran parte de su carácter original y sigue las ondulaciones naturales de la región de las Ardenas.

    La pista de enormes proporciones en las Ardenas belgas es la favorita de los pilotos y los aficionados. La naturaleza de alta velocidad de la pista también presenta un importante reto para los ingenieros.

    El circuito está dominado por las rectas de principio y final de vuelta, con una sección central virada entre las curvas 5 a 14. Curvas rápidas y radicales, incluyendo a la legendaria Eau Rouge, uno de los lugares favoritos de muchos de los pilotos de la Fórmula Uno.

    Climatológicamente es el circuito más especial y extraño que se encuentra en el campeonato, con lo que en una parte del circuito puede hacer sol y en otra llover intensamente provocando carreras alocadas y divertidas para el espectador.


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    PALMARÉS


    2020 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2019 : C. Leclerc (Ferrari)
    2018 : S. Vettel (Ferrari)
    2017 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2016 : N. Rosberg (Mercedes)
    2015 : L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2014 : D. Ricciardo (Red Bull)
    2013 : S. Vettel (Red Bull)
    2012 : M. Webber (Red Bull)
    2011 : S. Vettel (Red Bull)
    2010 : M. Webber (Red Bull)
    2009 : K. Raïkkönen (Ferrari)
    2008 : F. Massa (Ferrari)
    2007 : K. Raïkkönen (Ferrari)
    2006 : Cancelado
    2005 : K. Raïkkönen (McLaren)
    2004 : K. Raïkkönen (McLaren)
    2002 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
    2001 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
    2000 : M. Hakkinen (McLaren)
    1999 : D. Coulthard (McLaren)
    1998 : D. Hill (Jordan)
    1997 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
    1996 : M. Schumacher (Ferrari)
    1995 : M. Schumacher (Benetton)
    1994 : D. Hill (Williams)
    1993 : D. Hill (Williams)
    1992 : M. Schumacher (Benetton)
    1991 : A. Senna (McLaren)
    1990 : A. Senna (McLaren)
    1989 : A. Senna (McLaren)
    1988 : A. Senna (McLaren)
    1987 : A. Prost (McLaren)
    1986 : N. Mansell (Williams)
    1985 : A. Senna (Lotus)
    1984 : M. Alboreto (Ferrari)
    1983 : A. Prost (Renault)
    1982 : J. Watson (McLaren)
    1981 : C. Reutemann (Williams)
    1980 : D. Pironi (Ligier)


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    McH, muchas gracias por el hilo que le enseña la puerta de salida al verano.

    Siempre hay muchas ganas de que llegue este gran premio que nos ha regalado buenas carreras, aunque también algún que otro buen tostón. Esperemos que ocurra lo primero.

    Este año, además, con la curiosidad de ver qué infortunios le pasan a Maximino, a no ser que haya logrado llegar a un acuerdo con las ziguas durante las vacaciones.

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    Como todos los años, hay posibilidad de lluvia. Que luego llueva o no o que si lo hace sea durante la carrera, será parte del sorteo meteorológico. Y con temperaturas de rebequita, de las que le gustan a Lari.



    Albert Fabrega @AlbertFabrega · 52min

    La previsión dice que hay posibilidad media de lluvia (50-60%) en Spa durante todo el fin de semana. Temperatura max 15C.

    Forecasts says there is medium chance of rain (50-60%) for the whole weekend at Spa. Max temp 15C.

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    McH, muchas gracias por el hilo que le enseña la puerta de salida al verano.

    Siempre hay muchas ganas de que llegue este gran premio que nos ha regalado buenas carreras, aunque también algún que otro buen tostón. Esperemos que ocurra lo primero.
    La verdad que hay ganas de F1 pero, pese a lo mitico/épico del circuito, me cuesta recordar una carrera buena buena ahi en los últimos años.

    La veremos con ilusión eso si, a ver, como dices, que nuevas carambolas se dan en la lucha por el P1.

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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    McH, muchas gracias por el hilo que le enseña la puerta de salida al verano.

    Siempre hay muchas ganas de que llegue este gran premio que nos ha regalado buenas carreras, aunque también algún que otro buen tostón. Esperemos que ocurra lo primero.

    Este año, además, con la curiosidad de ver qué infortunios le pasan a Maximino, a no ser que haya logrado llegar a un acuerdo con las ziguas durante las vacaciones.
    La verdad que hay ganas de F1 pero, pese a lo mitico/épico del circuito, me cuesta recordar una carrera buena buena ahi en los últimos años.

    La veremos con ilusión eso si, a ver, como dices, que nuevas carambolas se dan en la lucha por el P1.
    A mi, me encanta la bajada desde Malmedy hasta Paul Frere, pero sobre todo Pohuon , y verla 44 veces no me parecen muchas .

    Por lo demás, ni lo intento, mi función de ora culo no funciona bien .
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    Previas de los equipos antes del GP Bélgica:



    Belgian GP: Preview - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "As a driver you can reflect on your last race result until it is time to get back on track. So, the result in Budapest was the best way to end the first half of the season, as I could enjoy it through the summer break. We had a really good Qualifying, fifth fastest, so first of the "rest" behind the top two teams. In the race, once again I was out of luck, dropping back to avoid the chaos at the first corner. It meant we couldn't really make the most of our Qualifying performance.


    But we fought back from almost last, a great fight up the order to finish fifth. Scoring points with both cars was important and, for me, going into the break lying eighth in the Drivers' classification was also a very satisfying achievement.


    "From Hungary, I went directly to Spain where I met up with some other drivers for a fun and relaxing time and after that I went back to France where I spent time with friends I've had since childhood, generally having a rest but also keeping up with my training programme, because fitness is going to be important in the very busy second half of the year. I feel ready for it!


    "Going back to Spa is a nice way to start racing again. Spa is one my favourite tracks, I love it and I have always done well here. I particularly remember it was here that I took my first ever win in a single-seater. So, a lot of good souvenirs, even if we can never forget 2019 and the emotions linked to Anthoine (Hubert). The track layout is incredible and usually produces good racing. I hope we can start this second part of the season, continuing where we left off in Hungary, after an enjoyable summer break, being fully recharged for the very busy time that lies ahead, especially the triple-headers."


    Yuki Tsunoda: "The first half of the season overall was really interesting and enjoyable, many things about it were unexpected for me. It did not really match with what I had thought it might be like before the season started. There were lots of ups and downs and at times my performance was very inconsistent. But overall, I am quite happy because I managed to score points, helping Scuderia AlphaTauri to be the only team to score points in every race so far this year. We need to keep that going now as we start the second half of the year!


    "After Hungary, I headed straight for the simulator in Milton Keynes to do the correlation for Hungaroring and also look at the next three tracks. Then I went to Italy and spent time sorting out my new home, which is very near to the factory in Faenza. I was definitely ready for a break and I enjoyed it.


    "It's great that we start racing again at Spa, because I have very good memories from this track. Last year in Formula 2, I won the Feature Race starting from pole position and the year before that in Formula 3, it was here that I got my first podium in the category. I like the track, so I am looking forward to it and I think it will be one of the circuits that will feel extra special in a Formula 1 car for the first time, it will be an especially interesting experience to see how an F1 car goes through Eau Rouge."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70501/Belgia...iew-AlphaTauri


    Belgian GP: Preview - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "I can't wait to head back to Spa to get the season back underway. After a bit of a break to unwind and prepare for the second half of the year, I'm looking forward to getting back into the car. The Belgian GP is a special race. Firstly, it's one of my favourite circuits on the calendar with a really flowing and high-speed layout. The Radillon and Eau Rouge sequence is one of the most exciting on the entire calendar, and it's really cool to take these corners flat out in a modern F1 car. Secondly, it's home for a lot of my family, which always makes racing there a special occasion. I definitely feel the love from the fans out there too, so I'm looking forward to getting out on track and giving them a good show. We've had a great start to the season in the first half of the year, so now the focus is on picking that back up and carrying that through until the end of the season."


    Daniel Ricciardo: "After a few weeks away from Formula 1, I'm looking forward to going racing again at Spa, which is an awesome circuit. It's the perfect track to come back to with its high-speed sections and dramatic elevation changes. I've been back to work in the simulator at the factory this week in preparation for the weekend and I'm ready to get back at it.


    "This is also a special weekend for me as I prepare to line-up for my 200th Grand Prix.

    If you'd have told me back at Silverstone in 2011, when I made my debut, that I'd hit 200 Grands Prix, I'd certainly have been very excited about it. It's really a cool milestone to hit and definitely one that I'm proud of. I'll be doing everything I can to make it a weekend to remember."


    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "Following a rest period over the summer shutdown for the team to rest, recharge and get ready for the second half of the season, we're soon ready to go racing again. We're currently in an intense battle with our closest rivals in the Constructors' Championship and we know we'll need to hit the ground running in Spa to keep up the pressure. The circuit at Spa is a really unique and exciting track and presents an interesting challenge for both our engineers and drivers. This grand prix weekend is also a special moment for Daniel and the team, as we celebrate his 200th Grand Prix. To reach this milestone is a really significant achievement and proves the level of experience he's gained over his 10-year career. He joins an elite club of drivers in passing 200 Grands Prix, and we look forward to celebrating the weekend with him.


    "As we head into another triple-header, the team are going to be working hard to pick up where we left off at the end of the first half of the season, scoring points at all bar one race. The intense schedule is a challenge for the team, but one we're ready to tackle head-on, both within the trackside team, and the team back at the factory, as well as with our colleagues at Mercedes HPP. I know the entire team are excited to get back out there and give it their all."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70502/Belgia...review-McLaren


    Belgian GP: Preview - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team is raring to get back to action after the summer hiatus with the legendary Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps the venue for the Belgian Grand Prix, Round 12 of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship.


    The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is among sport's most recognizable venues and is this year celebrating its centenary. Baron Joseph de Crawhez and Henri Langlois van Ophem thought that the triangle formed by routes 23, 32 and 440 - connecting the villages of Francorchamps, Malmedy and Stavelot - would provide a fantastic course, winding its way through the contours of the verdant Ardennes Forest.


    The first race, in August 1921, was held for motorcyclists but a year later sufficient automobiles were registered for the Belgian Grand Prix to be inaugurated. Those roads were eventually tarmacked in 1928, and in 1950 the 14km road circuit was included on the first Formula 1 world championship season. Only Monza, Monaco and Silverstone have hosted more rounds than Spa-Francorchamps' 53.


    The current Spa-Francorchamps layout, most recently modified in 2007, remains a fearsome challenge and is a favorite among the Formula 1 paddock. At 7.004km it is the longest circuit on the calendar and features fast and sweeping curves such as Pouhon, Blanchimont and the Eau Rouge/Raidillon complex, a waterfall of asphalt which the drivers ascend at full-throttle.


    Not only is the circuit a test for drivers but it also provides a trial for teams owing to the varying characteristics, with a power-heavy first and third sectors counteracted by a downforce-reliant lengthy middle sector. Teams also face a challenge that has been ever-present throughout Spa-Francorchamps' 100-year history: the weather. Its location within the Ardennes Forest means conditions can change, even corner-by-corner.


    Uralkali Haas F1 Team rookies Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher have strong records at Spa-Francorchamps in junior categories. Mazepin was victorious in the GP3 Series in 2018 and last year finished first on the road in Formula 2 prior to a time penalty.

    Schumacher recorded his maiden European Formula 3 pole position and win at the track in 2018, going on to win that year's title, while in 2020 he secured back-to-back Formula 2 podiums en-route to the championship crown.


    The notable highlight from your personal summer break seemed to be the scaling of the grand Ortler mountain in your native South Tyrol. Can you share that experience and the motivation to climb it - a beach holiday wasn't an option?

    Guenther Steiner: "As a South Tyrolian, there is always one thing you should be doing - climbing the highest mountain of the region! I did it pretty late in my life but it was one of those things I've always wanted to do when I was a kid, so I got it done. I stayed a few days on the beach just to make my family happy - I was obviously happy being with my family - but it's one of those things when you want to do something, you need to go and do it. I'm pretty happy - it was a nice moment being on the beach. It wasn't easy work, but it takes what it takes!"


    Were you able to successfully strike a work / holiday balance and are you feeling charged up for the second half of the 2021 season? What's the key to taking a successful break and where do your immediate priorities lie now having had time to reflect on the first half of 2021?

    GS: "I am absolutely recharged for the second half. I spent some time with the family but what I've learned over the years in this period is doing something constructive is very difficult because everyone is on holiday in our industry so it's just going backwards and forwards with no real result.


    The best thing is to step back, think things through on your own where you don't need anybody and then when you come back, just work hard. The priority is just to get to the end of the season, do the best we can, as we try to do every race, and then focus on preparation for 2022."


    Do you feel that there's now a bit of a light at the end of the tunnel in terms of getting the 2021 season behind you, and saying goodbye to the VF-21 package, while ramping up hopes for the 2022 Haas package?

    GS: "Absolutely. We are getting there over the hump. I think there is one more race to go and then we are closer to the end than the beginning but the focus from now is getting ready for 2022 and I think we are making good progress with that."


    The Belgian Grand Prix is the first race in another F1 triple-header. Would you have rather eased the team into competing with some space between races or do you feel a triple-header enables a bit more of an immediate focus given the intensity of the schedule?

    GS: "Triple-headers aren't avoidable with the pandemic still around. Ideally it would be a single race with a week in-between and then the second option would be to have double-headers and one week in-between, but we can't choose this year. I think FOM and Stefano are doing a very good job in getting a good calendar together for us and we have to live by it. For sure, it will be a tough second half of the season, but our team is tough, and we will get to the end of it."


    How was your summer break - did you fully switch off or were you already thinking ahead to the second half of the season?

    Nikita Mazepin: "The summer break was really good. Unfortunately, those three weeks are never long enough to fully switch off because I had to pass some exams to get into University in September. Formula 1 has a very long season and you need to take time off in order to be best prepared for the mental challenges that are coming in the second part of the year. I focused on my studying, went to the mountains to quad bike and buggy and just focus on the things that I love. The last one and a half weeks I've been training so that I'm ready for Spa."


    The first race after some down time is arguably one of the toughest tracks to master - Spa Francorchamps for the Belgian Grand Prix - Round 12 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Eau Rouge, the left-right up to Raidillon - what is it like to race through such famous - and challenging - corners?

    NM: "Spa is one of my favourite circuits in Formula 1 and in general, in racing. The craziest thing about Spa is that the lap feels so long and sometimes you're in the first sector and it's dry and in the second it's wet because it's situated on such a big amount of land. You're driving through the forests and different sections of the track at different speeds but if the car is good there, it's the best circuit and the best feeling you can get to drive. I'm looking forward to trying it in Formula 1 - Eau Rouge flat out will be a very interesting feeling."


    You won the sprint race here in 2018 and came second last year in Formula 2's feature race. How does it feel to win around such a circuit?

    NM: "It feels amazing. Obviously, I had a difficult win and actually I've won twice but I got a penalty the second time. It's a really cool track because I like to race where you can overtake people and Spa is a great overtaking circuit with many opportunities, the speeds are high, the downforce is low, so to win on a circuit like this, it's super special."


    The Belgian Grand Prix is known for varying weather conditions - sometime with rain falling on some parts of the track with sun at others - due to its size. How does that affect the set-up of the car for the weekend?

    NM: "It doesn't affect it because in Formula 1 - with not be able to change the set-up after qualifying - you are in-between where you could be, depending on the weather conditions. I hope it's dry because I want to experience those G-forces and those maximum speeds."


    The first race after some down time is arguably one of the toughest tracks to master - Spa Francorchamps for the Belgian Grand Prix - Round 12 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Eau Rouge, the left-right up to Raidillon - what is it like to race through such famous - and challenging – corners?

    Mick Schumacher: "In general, Spa is my favorite track, in any circumstance. For me, coming back to Spa is just great. I was there last year and previous years and obviously we've had a lot of ups and downs there. It's definitely one of the most challenging tracks - it's super long, there's a lot of undulation in it, it's very historical and definitely one of the most special weekends that we have on the calendar, so I'm really looking forward to going back. Also, having in mind some difficult times but we always keep everyone, especially Anthoine (Hubert), in our hearts when we go there."


    The Belgian Grand Prix is known for varying weather conditions - sometime with rain falling on some parts of the track with sun at others - due to its size. How does that affect the set-up of the car for the weekend?

    MS: "It doesn't impact the car set-up that much because we can still change it during the practice sessions - so we have time to set it up our way, but usually the conditions are changeable over the course of the Grand Prix. I'm looking forward to getting on to some rain again which would be nice. Obviously, if it's dry, I'm happy to go on dry too, so we'll just let it come our way and then we'll see!"

    In 2017, you drove your father's championship-winning Benetton B194 around a lap to mark the 25th anniversary of his maiden Formula 1 victory. We return to Spa this weekend on the 30th anniversary of his Formula 1 debut, during your first year in the sport. What was it like to drive that car and being able to experience those special moments?

    MS: "Driving my dad's Benetton in 2017 was a great experience. Now, five years later I'm driving in Formula 1 myself and that's 30 years after my dad made his debut. It's a really special moment for me and my family, so very happy to go there and put my mark on that special track too."


    A year later in 2018, you won at Spa during your Formula 3 European Championship winning campaign. How does it feel to stand on top of the podium around such a circuit?

    MS: "It was my first win in Formula 3 in 2018 and the first one from a good streak. It was also my first pole position that year. It was very good to start off there as it's such a special track to us as a family, and to me, so I'm very happy to be able to go back there and hopefully we'll be able to pull something out of the hat, which would be great."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70503/Belgian-GP-Preview-Haas


    Belgian GP: Preview - Red Bull

    How was your summer break? Does it feel good to be back and heading straight into a triple header?

    Max Verstappen: My summer break was good, it was nice to have a few weeks off to rest a bit and of course it was cool to spend some time on the jet skis, it's a lot of fun being on the water! It feels good to be back, a triple header is a lot of races in a row but it's the same for everyone and there are a lot of fun tracks coming up to look forward to.


    This weekend we celebrate our 50th race with Honda - which race stands out the most to you?

    MV: These 50 races with Honda will always be special and well remembered when we look back. I think of course the first win with Honda will always be the most emotional memory during our time together and hopefully we can end this season on a high with them before they leave the sport. I have enjoyed working with Honda from the start. They have always been straight talking and delivered what we have expected. They spend a lot of time discussing everything with the team and us as drivers which has been very important.


    The Belgian Grand Prix is one of your 'home' races and Spa is one of your favourite tracks so how much are you looking forward to this weekend?

    MV: I am of course excited to go back to Spa, it's my favourite track and it's really cool to drive with so many high speed corners and elevation changes. I'm also looking forward to seeing all the fans who will be coming to support us and it will be cool to see so much orange in the grandstands again as they couldn't be there last year. I also think it is a good place to re-set our championship fight and I'm well prepared and feeling good ahead of the weekend.


    How was your summer break and did you manage to switch off from Formula One?

    Sergio Perez: It was a good time to recharge, get some fresh air, and having two weeks in the same place is always nice! I managed to switch off completely from F1 which is important. both mentally and physically. Now I'm back, fully refreshed and it's going to be a very intense second part of the season. It's crazy to think in four months the season will be over.


    You retired from the Hungarian GP so you haven't raced in almost a month. How hungry are you to get back out on track?

    SP: I'm very hungry! Not just for Spa but for the second half of the season. I'm feeling more and more comfortable with the car, we're taking the right steps forward and I think we're going to have a strong end to the season.


    How much fun is the Spa circuit to drive with this generation of Formula One car?

    SP: With these cars it's a lot of fun to drive and a very fast track. The weather can be temperamental around Spa and because the circuit is so long it can be dry in some parts but wet in others which makes the conditions tricky to judge.



    This weekend we celebrate our 50th race with Honda. What have they been like to work with?

    SP: Honda are so enthusiastic, you can see their passion for the sport and it's nice to have people around you with that kind of energy. I've enjoyed working with them and it's been a great experience so far so I hope we can repay them by winning this year's championship before they leave sport.

    Christian Horner: Our relationship with Honda has grown from strength to strength since we started working together at the beginning of the 2019 Formula One season. We are enormously proud of our joint success to date, delivering 11 wins and 32 podiums from 49 race starts. Spa will mark our 50th race together and this is a great moment to reflect on what we have achieved so far, build on that success and also thank everyone at Honda for their extraordinary effort and commitment, which has enabled us to be in the position to fight for a championship this year.


    Toyoharu Tanabe, Honda Racing Technical Director: In a short space of time, we have achieved some great results in this hybrid era, such as our first win in Austria in 2019 and first pole in Hungary that same year, as well as our first double podium with Red Bull in Bahrain 2020 and, most recently, the fact we have taken five consecutive wins so far this year.


    Honda had been back in Formula One for four years before joining up with Red Bull and we had not even scored a podium finish, so we have come a long way to be now fighting for the championship together with Red Bull. This is down to a lot of hard work and excellent communication from everyone at Honda and Red Bull. On the eve of our 50th race, I want to thank Red Bull Racing for their open and fair approach and the trust they showed in us, sharing the same goal. In addition, we must not forget the contribution from the drivers in that time.


    Another key factor was our excellent cooperation with Scuderia Toro Rosso back in 2018, which laid the groundwork for partnering both teams as from the following year and we are proud of what we have achieved so far. There are only around a dozen races still remaining for Honda's F1 project and we will all be pushing as hard as possible to finish this adventure on a high.
    https://www.pitpass.com/70507/Belgian-GP-Preview-Red-Bull

    Belgian GP: Preview - Alpine

    After winning the last race and being able to savour it during the two-week summer break, the team is ready for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. Executive Director Marcin Budkowski outlines the plan of action for taking on the legendary Spa-Francorchamps.


    What's the mood in the team heading into Belgium?

    Marcin Budkowski: We head to Spa on the back of winning the last Grand Prix before the summer break, which, clearly, was not something we were expecting! It wasn't a win based on full, outright performance as some external circumstances contributed, but the opportunity came to us and we were there to grab it – in style - as we led 67 of the 70 laps of the race. Even though a few weeks have passed since the Hungarian Grand Prix, there is still a good buzz within the team as we are heading to Belgium. It was also fantastic to see Esteban bounce back after a few difficult races and score his first Grand Prix win. It's a very important milestone for the Team and a huge morale boost for everybody in Enstone and Viry. Now we know how good victory tastes, we will work even harder to achieve our goals and become a regular contender in the future.


    What are the expectations for Spa?

    MB: We remain realistic for Spa as we know it's a circuit that is less suited to our package. Even if we stopped the A521 development a while ago, we will still bring specific low downforce wings for Spa and Monza, which are high speed circuits. Spa is one of those places where the weather can bring some unpredictability and the weather forecast for this weekend seems to confirm this. This could create good opportunities to shine for our drivers, as Esteban has shown his ability in the wet in the past, and Fernando's racecraft and experience is an asset in tricky conditions. We aim to be in a position where we can capitalise on any opportunity.


    How intense will the second half of the season be for the team?

    MB: The summer shutdown allowed team members to rest and disconnect, which was well deserved after an intense first half of the season but also necessary to cope with the second half, which looks even busier. With a triple header across Belgium-Netherlands-Italy to start with, the factory has been busy either side of the break to get everything prepared. There is still some uncertainty on the calendar with race cancellations and Covid restrictions, so we have to remain flexible and ready for any race sequence.


    Esteban Ocon heads into this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix as the latest winner in Formula 1 after a stellar and composed drive last time out in Hungary. The focus is on Belgium and taking on Spa-Francorchamps, a circuit where he made his Formula 1 debut and claimed his best qualifying result to date.


    Has the winning feeling sunk in?

    Esteban Ocon: I was not expecting to be entering this race after the summer break as the latest Formula 1 race winner! It's still an incredibly special feeling and it was very well timed as I've spent the last couple of weeks relaxing with family and friends letting it sink in... I can tell you, it definitely feels real now! Now the time is to focus on restarting the season and that begins in Belgium. We enjoyed the moment in Hungary and, of course, repeating that feeling would be fantastic, but we will remain realistic and do our best for a strong result. The weather might be interesting so, if it's dry or wet, we will be ready to take any opportunity.


    What makes Spa so special for you?

    EO: Spa is a very special place for me. I have some nice memories there like making my Formula 1 debut back in 2016, then qualifying in third place in 2018 in tricky conditions and even last year when, as a team, we finished fourth and fifth. Of course, it's where we lost Anthoine and we will always race with him in our thoughts. It's just a fantastic circuit, full of history and some amazing corners, especially in a modern Formula 1 car, like Raidillon, Pouhon and Blanchimont. The aim is to continue making more memories at this amazing track.


    What did you get up to over the summer break?

    EO: The break was really nice, and it was quite important to take a step back and take everything in. It's been a busy and intense season so far and, on the whole, we're quite happy with how it's unfolded. I took some time away, which was great and then I was back on a race circuit last weekend, driving an Alpine A110 GT4 on a parade at the Le Mans 24 Hours. It was a great experience to drive the track alongside other Alpines and Fernando in the Formula 1 car and it makes me want to get behind the wheel and into race mode again. We're ready for the challenge of this next triple header.


    Fernando Alonso resumes his first year back in Formula 1 at one of the calendar's most enjoyable racetracks at Spa-Francorchamps. The two-time Formula 1 World Drivers' Champion will look to pick-up where he left off following a season best fourth place finish at the Hungarian Grand Prix.



    Well the dust has truly settled after that memorable Hungarian Grand Prix for the team; how do you reflect on the weekend?

    Fernando Alonso: It was a fantastic result for the team and for Esteban claiming his first win in Formula 1. We looked quite good all weekend and it was nice to see both cars in Q3 on Saturday. Then, when you mix rain and the Hungaroring usually you get some exciting results, and this is what happened on race day. We stayed calm throughout the entire race and executed a fantastic game plan. I was quite happy with fourth too and my best result of the season. As a team we've now had a taste of this success and we're targeting more of these memories in the future.


    You've had a short break since then, what did you get up to during the summer shutdown?

    FA: I took some time to recharge my batteries as it's been a long first half of the season. I've done some cycling and spent time with family and friends. It wasn't long before I went back out onto the racetrack though, and I had some fun at my karting track back home. I'm happy to have had the short break but I feel we built some good momentum towards the shutdown and now we must carry this through to the second half of the season. I always enjoy the first race back after the break, and there are still lots of points up for grabs with the midfield as tight as ever.


    The Spa-Francorchamps circuit is a fan and driver favourite, what makes it so special for Formula 1?

    FA: It's a great circuit and a pleasure to race on in a Formula 1 car. Taking Eau Rouge flat in these modern cars will be amazing. It's quite a traditional circuit in a way and always provides a good race for the fans. The weather can sometimes be unpredictable, so we have to capitalise on any opportunity like how we did in Budapest. We have a busy triple header coming up with two traditional tracks in Spa and Monza, with a new one for Formula 1 in Zandvoort. Our aim is to score as many points as possible and build on the momentum and team spirit that we have shown from Hungary.



    https://www.pitpass.com/70508/Belgian-GP-Preview-Alpine


    Belgian GP: Preview - Aston Martin

    Lance: "It has been nice to have a break and come back with maximum focus and determination for the second half of the year. Spa is always a home race of sorts for me because of my Belgian heritage. It is one of my favourite Grands Prix of the year, anything can happen in Spa!"



    Sebastian: "I think every driver on the grid enjoys racing at Spa and it is definitely one of my favourite places to drive a Formula One car because of the layout and the special combination of corners. I have great memories of Spa, having won here in 2011, 2013 and 2018, so I can't wait to get back on track."



    Keys to the Race



    The start of the Belgian Grand Prix comes to life at the third-shortest run to Turn One on the calendar, followed by a heavy braking point into the hairpin. Drivers can make up plenty of ground, but it's not the only opportunity to do so. Drivers surge downhill to Eau Rouge, and there's slipstreaming and jostling all the way to the end of the Kemmel Straight.


    Overtaking is ever-present. There were 31 overtakes in the 2020 race after the first lap, and 87% of those were made using DRS. In the last three years, over 80% of those moves have been made on the Kemmel Straight.


    Strategy is varied at Spa Francorchamps because track position is less important than Hungary last time out. A fast car at the Belgian circuit can make up positions on track with relative ease, opening up varied multi-stop strategies to optimise on-track passing.


    The tyres are again the mid-range C2, C3 and C4 so stints can be extended, although reasonable degradation means longer stints are slower towards the end, meaning cars on fresher tyres gain an advantage.


    Safety Cars are a regular occurrence at Spa and have featured in each of the last five Grands Prix, but only one of those races also had a Virtual Safety Car period (2016). An early race interruption can be challenging for strategy because an extended second stint requires expert tyre management.


    https://www.pitpass.com/70510/Belgia...w-Aston-Martin


    Belgian GP: Preview - Alfa Romeo

    The batteries are full; the tanks filled up; the lights on the dash all green. Whatever the metaphor, the basic concept remains: the summer break has been a welcome boost for everyone in the team. After a run of 28 races in 56 weeks, the chance to step back, regroup and relax for a couple of weeks allowed everyone in the sport to patch up body and mind and get ready for the demanding second half of the season.


    A big run of races awaits, with all to fight for in each event and for the championship standings: and what a place to start - historical Spa-Francorchamps. The circuit in the Ardennes forest needs no introduction: one of the stalwarts of the calendar from the very first season in 1950 (only four other venues have more world championship races to their name), Spa has seen incredible pages of our sport's history being written. Alfa Romeo contributed to the track's proud heritage, with both the 1950 and 1951 editions won by Alfa Romeo cars - Juan Manuel Fangio and Nino Farina writing their names in the victors' book.


    The 44 laps of this weekend's race will be a test of human and machinery alike: Spa is still an old-school track that punishes mistakes and where a bit of magic - in the cockpit, on the pit-wall - can be rewarded. With a triple-header also taking us to the Netherlands and Monza, and with body and mind ready for the task at hand, we're ready to discharge all this newfound energy.


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "The team returns to action with the determination to continue our work and bring home the results we deserve. The motivation levels are high, both for this season and the next one, and we know we have an opportunity to fight for the points at each track for the remainder of the year. We need to make sure we maximise all opportunities to add points to our tally and fight for a better position in the championship: there are plenty of chances to turn this around, starting with this triple-header, and we're confident we can be in the mix already here in Belgium."


    Kimi Raikkonen: "I enjoyed the time off: spending this much time with the family is not something we do often so I made sure to make the most of it. Now, though, the holidays feel already in the past and I am looking forward to racing again: Spa is the perfect place to come back, it's a nice track where you get some good racing and Sundays can be unpredictable. The situation on track will be similar to before the summer: we need to be sharp and get the most out of our car and the circumstances and we can bring home a good result."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "I was able to spend a few weeks with family and friends, which is always a nice thing to do when you have such a busy calendar. The summer break was a good chance to train a little but mostly recover, physically and mentally, from the first seven months of the season: it was a nice break and I feel good, but I can't wait to be back in the car. Spa is an epic track, one where you feel the driver can make a massive difference, and I want to start the second part of the season in the best possible way. We are motivated to set the tone right from the beginning of the run-up to the end of the year."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70513/Belgia...iew-Alfa-Romeo


    Belgian GP: Preview - Williams

    fter a four-week break from racing, the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship resumes this weekend, returning to the iconic venue of Spa-Francorchamps for the Belgian Grand Prix. Set in the rolling Ardennes, the historic track covers an impressive 7.004km, whilst also encompassing an elevation change of approximately 100m between its highest and lowest points, contributing to what's considered one of Formula One's most testing circuits for both the car and driver. Belgium's notoriously unpredictable weather only adds to the excitement; it's not uncommon for conditions to differ around the track, resulting in the additional challenge of varying grip levels.
    The Grand Prix marks the start of the season's second triple-header, with the teams travelling onwards to The Netherlands followed by Italy.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: After a short break, the season continues at one of the very best tracks on the calendar. Spa offers a unique 7km layout with a great mix of corners, some long straights and plenty of elevation change, with each of the three sectors that make the lap having their own distinct personality.

    Overtaking is common and the weather is often mixed, usually making for an exciting race.


    The tyre compounds are from the middle of Pirelli's 2021 range and are the same as we used at the last event in Hungary. The demands on the tyres are high in Spa and managing them well will be key to a successful race.


    The FW43B worked well in both Austria and Silverstone and given the similarities between these circuits and Spa, we are hopeful that we can build on the strong result in Hungary and consolidate our position in the Championship.


    George Russell: The summer shutdown was great but even after one week off, I was raring to go again. After a strong points haul for the team in Budapest, we are entering the second half of the season in great spirits. We are now focused on delivering the best possible performance at Spa this weekend, and the rest of this triple-header, with our aim being to increase our points tally.


    Nicholas Latifi: It was great to unwind and recharge over the summer break, but I'm super excited to get back behind the wheel now. Spa is definitely one of the tracks on the calendar that is very fast and flowing which I like, and it's always a great track for racing so I'm looking forward to that. We're carrying a lot of positive momentum after the last race, but we know we still have a job to do each time we show up at a track and we'll take one race at a time. I can't wait to get going!


    https://www.pitpass.com/70515/Belgia...eview-Williams


    Belgian GP: Preview - Ferrari

    As usual, the Formula 1 World Championship gets underway after the Summer break in Belgium, with the twelfth race of the season, and this time it's the first part of a triple-header. Following on from this weekend, the Dutch Grand Prix takes place on Sunday 5 September and the Italian round takes place the following weekend in Monza. Spa-Francorchamps, one of the most famous race tracks in the world, has already hosted 53 of the 65 editions of the Belgian Grand Prix, ten having been held at Zolder and two at Nivelles-Baulers on the outskirts of Brussels.


    Spa-Francorchamps is one of the true classic tracks, where drivers can still really make a difference. Coming up to the first corner at La Source, drivers have to deal with the demands of braking from 285 to 80 km/h, before heading for one of the most famous sections through Eau Rouge and Raidillon, a very difficult uphill left-right-left S combination which leads onto the long Kemmel straight. It's then flat to the right turn into the Les Combes chicane, which is the heaviest braking point on the circuit. Then the track drops down to the Bruxelles hairpin and on to Pouhon, a fast left hander where the drivers' neck muscles take a pounding because of the high g-forces. The following Stavelot corner is the last time the brakes are used as the cars accelerate flat out up through Blanchimont, only slowing for the Bus Stop chicane that leads onto the start-finish line.


    Finding the right car balance is a particularly tricky task for the teams, as each section of the track has very different characteristics from the others. While it's true that power is very important, with the power units at their maximum for 60 of the 105 seconds it takes to complete a lap, so too is driveability, especially in the second sector and for the first and final corner. Top speed is essential for overtaking, but a car with too little aero downforce can be a disadvantage in the twistier sections. Therefore the key to a good lap in Belgium is the car's overall efficiency. The weather in the Ardennes can also make life complicated in the race: it is usually very variable and can go from sun to rain several times on the same day.


    Belgian GP: Preview - Pirelli

    Formula 1 is back after its summer break with compounds in the middle of the range for the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps: the first race of the second triple-header of the 2021 season. In Belgium, the C2 will be the P Zero White hard, the C3 will be the P Zero Yellow medium, and the C4 will be the P Zero Red soft. This is the same nomination as last year, which was a step softer than the tyres nominated back in 2019.
    Spa, well-known as one of the most exciting tracks on the calendar, contains a wide range of different demands over the longest lap of the season.


    Track Characteristics
    Spa - located in the foothills of the Ardennes - is of course synonymous with changeable weather, which can also vary on different parts of the circuit. Although last year's race was dry, there's always a high chance of the Cinturato wet-weather tyres making an appearance at some point over the weekend.


    The forces put through the tyres at the Belgian Grand Prix are high, especially at the famous Eau Rouge-Raidillon complex, where the tyres are subjected to a fierce compression and heavy g forces over one of the fastest parts of the track.


    The Kemmel Straight at nearly 800 metres long, has the effect of cooling the tyres down, which affects grip through the following corners. In fact, from the exit of La Source all the way to Les Combes (which follows the Kemmel Straight) is a distance of just over two kilometres without any braking.


    Last year's Belgian Grand Prix was won with a one-stop medium-hard strategy: the same tactic selected by all three podium finishers. They switched during a lengthy safety car period from lap 11 that heavily influenced the strategy, with all but two drivers stopping under the safety car.


    Mario Isola: "The Belgian Grand Prix marks our third visit to Spa within a month in very different contexts, following the Spa 24 Hours, the Ypres Rally Belgium - which had its final day at Spa - and now Formula 1. The challenges of this track, especially when it comes to the weather, are well-known, as are the loads placed on the tyres.


    "Last year the top three qualified on the medium tyre, while the soft offered a good step up in grip but required more management, and so was not considered to be an optimal race tyre. The majority of drivers went from medium to hard, with the pit stop dictated by the safety car at lap 11 for most of them. So we could see an interesting mix of strategies this year."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70500/Belgia...review-Pirelli
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

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    "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".

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    Alfita por lo bajini.




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    Los números de la F.P. 1:



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    Qué amor de cámara.



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    Y esta otra que lleva Alonso... pues más amor todavía.




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    FORMULA 1 ROLEX BELGIAN GRAND PRIX 2021 -Spa-Francorchamps
    Resultados FP1
    Viernes, 27 de agosto 2021


    Valtteri BOTTAS ha sido el más rápido en los primeros entrenos tras el descanso veraniego y que los ha recidibo con la pista mojada.

    Max VERSTAPPEN ha terminado 2º a 0.164. Tras él, Pierre GASLY ya a medio segundo.

    Las siguientes plazas han sido para los Ferrari de LECLERC y Carlos SAINZ.

    Fernando ALONSO terminó 10º.





















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    Kimi no ha tenido un buen comienzo en SPA, y eso que es su circuito fetiche.

    En los primeros libres nos ha «regalado» un trompo y un toque al muro de entrada al pit lane.






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    Casco de Mick Schumacher homenaje al que utilizó su padre hace 30 años.






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    Así fue el toque de Kimi al muro.



    https://twitter.com/F1/status/1431216169868873736?s=20

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    FORMULA 1 ROLEX BELGIAN GRAND PRIX 2021 -Spa-Francorchamps
    Resultados FP2
    Viernes, 27 de agosto 2021


    Max VERSTAPPEN fue quien marcó el mejor tiempo en los libres 2 aunque terminó contra las protecciones en los últimos minutos de la sesión provocando la aparición de la bandera roja con la que finalizaron los entrenos.

    Los dos Mercedes han quedado tras él prácticamente pegados, con BOTTAS 2º a 41 milésimas y HAMILTON 3º a 72 milésimas.

    La cuarta plaza ha sido para Fernando ALONSO, que terminó a 0.481. A 12 milésimas de él ha finalizado GASLY.

    Carlos SAINZ ha terminado 11º, justo por detrás de Checo PÉREZ.

    LECLERC no pudo completar la sesión tras una salida de pista que terminó golpeando las protecciones y provocando la primera bandera roja de la tarde. Ha finalizado 18º.

    La lluvia no ha hecho acto de presencia en esta sesión y, aunque al principio la pista fue declarada como mojada, no estaba lo suficiente como para utilizar los intermedios. Las pocas zonas que estaban húmedas se secaron rápidamente en cuanto comenzaron a rodar.






















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    El toque de Leclerc.









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    Así fue la salida de pista de Leclerc.



    https://twitter.com/F1/status/1431304501919629316?s=20

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    El toque de Verstappen.









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    La salida de pista de Verstappen. Esperemos que el toque no haya dañado la caja de cambios porque ya tiene bastante con los motores perdidos y que le harán penalizar más adelante.



    https://twitter.com/F1/status/1431293680741060609?s=2

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    Vuelta desde la onboard en el casco de Alonso. Ya era hora de que viéramos este tipo de cámaras en la F1. En la NASCAR y en la Fórmula E llevan ya unos cuantos años.

    Es espectacular ver la onboard desde esa cámara, tanto por las sensaciones que transmite como ver toda la información que aparece en el volante o ver hacia dónde va mirando el piloto. A Lomato no le gusta. Se ha pasado todo el rato protestando, sacando pegas y diciendo que le mareaba. Menos mal que se vanagloria cada dos por tres de ser «piloto».



    https://twitter.com/multi21sebb/stat...49991352393729

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    Los números de Pirelli tras los entrenamientos de hoy.




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    Diferencia entre compuestos según Pirelli.



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