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    F1 2021 - G.P. Nº 17 - ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMÉRICA

    FORMULA 1 TEMPORADA 2021 – GP Nº 17
    UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX

    CIRCUIT OF THE AMERICAS
    Circuit of the Americas, COTA
    P.O. Box 849
    Austin, TX 78767
    USA




    HORARIOS:
    [SIZE=4]Viernes 22 de Octubre :
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 1:Horario Local: 11:30 a 12:30 - España: 18:30 a 19:30 - GMT: 16:30 a 17:30
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 2: Horario Local: 15:00 a 16:00 - España: 22:00 a 23:00 - GMT: 21:00 a 22:00


    Sábado 23 de Octubre :
    • Prácticas Libres, Sesión 3: Horario Local: 13:00 a 1400 - España: 20:00 a 21:00 - GMT: 18:00 a 19:00
    • Clasificatorias de Parrilla de Salida : Horario Local: 16:00 a 17:00 - España: 23:00 a 24:00 - GMT: 21:00 a 22:00


    Domingo 24 de Octubre :
    • CARRERA: Horario Local: 14:00 - España: 21:00 - GMT: 19:00
























    Datos Básicos de Pista

    • Fecha de creación: 2012
    • Primer Gran Premio de F1: 18/11/2012
    • Grandes Premios organizados: 8
    • Capacidad de espectadores: 140000
    • Longitud oficial: 5,516km / 3,427 millas
    • Número de vueltas: 56
    • Sentido de giro: Izquierdas (Anti-Horario).
    • Longitud total de carrera:308,896km / 191,933 millas.
    • Longitud rodadura: 5.459 metros.
    • Compensación de linea de salida: 115 m.



    • Curvas oficiales: 20.
    • Curvas oficiales a derecha: 9
    • Curvas oficiales a izquierda: 11.
    • Curvas reales: 20.
    • Curvas reales a derecha: 8
    • Curvas reales a izquierda: 12
    • Consumo por vuelta: 1,69 Kg.
    • Consumo por vuelta: 2,25 litros.
    • Penalización por vuelta de combustible: 0,059 s.
    • Demora por cada 10Kg de carga: 0,35 s.
    • Tiempo de entrada y salida de pits (sin parar): 18,2 s.
    • Distancia desde la salida hasta la primera frenada: 280 m.
    • Tiempo de vuelta de referencia: 1:37,028



    • Carga aerodinámica: Media
    • Dureza / Desgaste de frenos: Medio
    • Agarre del asfalto: Medio-Bajo
    • Tipo de neumático: Blando
    • Desgaste de neumáticos: Medio



    • Tipos de Neumáticos suministrados por Pirelli:

    • Las frenadas del circuito de las Américas:

    • Brembo. La frenada más dura del circuito de las Américas:

    • Ventana Pit Stop a 1 parada : vueltas 27-33
    • Ventana Pit Stop a 2 paradas : vueltas 16 a 27 y 35 a 41
    • Ventana Pit Stop a 3 paradas : vueltas 14 a 19 , 25 a 30 y 38 a 43
    • Mejor vuelta: 1:36,169 - C. Leclerc (Ferrari 2019)
    • Mejor pole : 1:32,029 - V. Bottas (Mercedes - 2019)
    • Pole 2019 : 1:32,029 - V. Bottas (Mercedes)
    • Vuelta Rápida 2019: 1:36,169 - C. Leclerc (Ferrari)
    • Podium 2019 : 1º V. Bottas; 2º L. Hamilton; 3º M. Verstappen

    • Piloto con más Poles: 3 L.Hamilton
    • Escudería con más Poles: 6 Mercedes
    • Piloto con más victorias: 5 L.Hamilton
    • Escudería con más Victorias: 5 Mercedes


    On Board de la pole de V. Bottas en Austin 2019 [USA] :


    F1 2019 USA - Qualifying Highlights:


    F1 2019 USA - Race Highlights:


    Mejores On Board Austin 2019 [USA] :




    Tras la ausencia del pasado año por motivo de la pandemia de covid, vuelve este año a albergar el GP de EEUU.

    El circuito está ubicado en la ciudad de Austin, en el estado de Texas, en los Estádos Unidos de América, y para no romper la tradición (o el monopolio), el trazado no podía ser obra de otro arquitecto que no fuese Hermann Tilke.

    Partiendo desde la línea de salida, el trazado comienza en ascenso hasta la primera curva, que está cláramente inspirada en su homóloga del viejo Österreichring (A1, ahora Red Bull Ring) en Austria, solo que en el circuito de las Américas el giro es más cerrado y hacia la izquierda, en lugar de los 90º y a la derecha del circuito Austriaco.

    La segunda curva es muy similar a la curva de Senna en Brasil, ambas de amplio radio y en bajada.

    Las curvas cuatro, cinco y seis, son básicamente, la secuencia de Maggots, Becketts y Chapel de Silverstone en Gran Bretaña. Curvas de alta velocidad en las que se requiere un buen balance del vehículo, y una conducción muy precisa para no perder la línea de carrera.

    Las curvas siete, ocho y nueve, todas en ascenso, son una mera ralentización de la velocidad media de carrera, a la vez que la preparacíon de la próxima curva.

    Curva diez. Tras la subida anterior, nos encontramos en una bajada que desemboca en una larga curva ciega a izquierdas, en la que es fácil no llegar en la línea correcta de carrera, favoreciendo así los ataques por parte de los que si que lleguen bien situados a la fuerte frenada que precede a la curva once, la más cerrada y lenta del circuito, una horquilla que desemboca en una pronunciada bajada, segida de varios ascensos y descensos, todos ellos en una pseudo-recta de mil doscientos metros que gira lévemente a derechas, y que es sin duda, una de las señas de identidad propia de esta pista.

    La curva doce es una esquina de más de noventa grados, como no podía ser de otra manera tras una recta larga, creando así en su frenada, otra buena opción para los adelantamientos.

    Tras la curva anterior, viene una corta recta con una bajada y ascenso que desemboca en la pertinente curva trece, lo que recuerda a una pequeña Eau-Rouge y Raidillón de Spá, ambas curvas ciegas y abiertas, salvo que la original del trazado belga vira a izquierdas, mientras que esta es a derechas.

    La propia curva trece, enlazada junto con las siguientes catorce y quince, recuerdan mucho a la zona del Motodrom de Hockenheim (Curva Sach), un lugar en el que resulta fácil perder la línea buena de carrera y arruinar un buen tiempo de vuelta.

    Las tres siguientes curvas, dieciseis, diecisiete y cieciocho, son entre todas ellas, casi un calco de la famosa curva número ocho de Turquía, la de los cuatro vértices, serían un duro trato para las ruedas izquierdas de no ser porque es mucho más corta que la original turca, lo que la convierte en una curva "bastante normal".

    Y para finalizar, las curvas diecinueve y veinte son dos meros codos de noventa grados para volver a la recta de meta y salida.

    También hay que destacar la gran amplitud de la calle de boxes, que es más amplia de lo habitual para las pistas de F1, ya que está diseñada para adaptarse al estilo americano de carreras, incluyendo la NASCAR.



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    PALMARÉS

    2019: V. Bottas (Mercedes)
    2018: K. Raikkonen (Ferrari)
    2017: L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2016: L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2015: L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2014: L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
    2013: S. Vettel (Red Bull)
    2012: L. Hamilton (McLaren)

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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Joer, hay ganas y eso que hemos tenido F1 hace dos dias como quien dice.

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    Muchas gracias, McH.

    Como dice yorch, ya hay ganas de tener otra carrera. Ya hacía tiempo que no teníamos una temporada tan entretenida y con tantas ganas de ver cuál es el desenlace de las carreras.

    Me encantan estos horarios tan vesper-nocturnos.

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    Muchas gracias, McH.

    Como dice yorch, ya hay ganas de tener otra carrera. Ya hacía tiempo que no teníamos una temporada tan entretenida y con tantas ganas de ver cuál es el desenlace de las carreras.

    Me encantan estos horarios tan vesper-nocturnos.

    Pues yo estoy hasta los C.Jones de que el planeta sea redondo Tenía que ser plano, y todos con la misma hora.
    O bien tienes que levantarte para despertar a los gallos y ver el GP , o bien tienes que J.Derte y comer sin ganas o con demasiadas ganas, o bien tienes que esperar hasta el día siguiente para tener los pedéfes ...

    Porrotesto!, es más, porrotesto enérgicamente!.
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Pues yo estoy hasta los C.Jones de que el planeta sea redondo Tenía que ser plano, y todos con la misma hora.
    O bien tienes que levantarte para despertar a los gallos y ver el GP , o bien tienes que J.Derte y comer sin ganas o con demasiadas ganas, o bien tienes que esperar hasta el día siguiente para tener los pedéfes ...

    Porrotesto!, es más, porrotesto enérgicamente!.


    Ainssss, qué mayor estás ya. Ningún horario te apaña fuera del de las residencias de ancianos.



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    Fernando se lleva «La Palma» a Austin.




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    Ainssss, qué mayor estás ya. Ningún horario te apaña fuera del de las residencias de ancianos.

    johé... Y qué culpa tengo yo de los horarios en las residencias de ancianos???

    Porroteste en el menisterio de Salú o Sanidá
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    United States GP: Preview - Williams

    The team heads across the Atlantic this weekend for the return of the United States Grand Prix following a COVID-enforced one-year absence from the FIA Formula One World Championship, with the thrilling Circuit of the Americas (COTA) playing host to one of the most anticipated race weekends of the calendar. The eclectic and vibrant city of Austin, state capital of Texas, provides the backdrop to the race whilst the 5.513km track offers a rollercoaster ride for driver and machine that puts both to the test.


    The memorable first turn sees the cars tackle a steep gradient during the braking zone, before the circuit switches through a series of fast, sweeping bends ands heads out towards the far end of the track. A 1.00km straight brings the drivers back towards the final sector, rushing past the iconic observation tower before a tough to negotiate final sequence of corners ends the lap. Having first appeared on the calendar in 2012, COTA has become a firm favourite of both drivers and fans alike and the team looks forward to returning for the first time since 2019.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Returning to the COTA track for the first time since 2019 is something we are all looking forward to. The circuit is very much a tale of two halves, with a very high-speed section at the start of the lap, with the brakes hardly being touched before turn 11. Following the long back straight, the nature of the circuit changes dramatically, finishing with a combination of low speed corners and the long, almost never-ending turn 16, turn 17, turn 18 combination. The elevation change around the lap is significant and the rapid height gain prior to turn one is the signature incline. The circuit tends to change each year, with bumps coming and going as the substrate moves. Although we saw the MotoGP bikes race here a few weeks ago, we won't really know what the impact of those bumps will be until we run the cars in FP1.


    The weather in Austin at this time of year can be very varied and we can expect anything from dry hot conditions, to very cold and wet weather. Inevitably, the conditions we have on each day will have a significant effect on the tyre performance and we will need to remain flexible until the forecast becomes clear.

    As the 2021 campaign enters its final phase of events, we will have no new upgrades and instead we are focussed on tuning the car and making the most of what we have as we look to defend our Championship position.



    The USA now represents a second home race for us, and we look forward to welcoming our extended Williams family from Dorilton Capital to one of the best Grand Prix venues on the calendar.


    George Russell: The Circuit of the Americas is an incredible track and the weekend as a whole in Texas is an incredibly cool experience. Austin is definitely one of my favourites cities we visit on the calendar, so I am really excited to head back to the United States. As a circuit, COTA has lots of character and is so fast and flowing but also bumpy, which adds another challenge. All in all, I'm really looking forward to it.


    Nicholas Latifi: I'm super excited to get on the track in Austin. It's one of the races I was most looking forward to this year, as I've not raced there yet. It's a very well-rounded track; the first sector is very fast and flowing and seems like a lot of fun, the rest is slower speed and more technical so I'm looking forward to tackling that challenge. It's the first time I'll be back on the other side of the Atlantic since last year, so geographically, this is the closest I have to a home race in 2021.


    https://www.pitpass.com/70999/United...eview-Williams


    United States GP: Preview - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team is embarking on a homecoming as Formula 1 gears up for the 2021 United States Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.


    Formula 1 has had a long and storied history in the United States, with several iconic venues across the country playing host to world championship events. Sebring, Watkins Glen, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Dallas, Detroit and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway have all been visited by Formula 1 while Miami looms on the horizon for the future.


    Since 2012 the championship has established itself at the specially constructed and overwhelmingly popular Circuit of the Americas (COTA). Four years later Uralkali Haas F1 Team joined Formula 1, giving motorsport's top championship both an American team and an American event.


    COTA, located on the outskirts of the popular city of Austin, was purpose-built for Formula 1, featuring a mixture of challenges for teams and drivers alike.

    The circuit's focal point is the mountain-like Turn 1, now named Big Red in honor of COTA investor Red McCombs, and its plunging exit immediately opens into a sequence of high-speed changes of direction that draws inspiration from iconic circuits such as Silverstone and Suzuka. A long back straight, and stadium-style complex, promotes side-by-side battling thanks to a variety of racing lines, while a quadruple-apex right-hander and double left-hander draws the 5.5km lap to a close.



    For Uralkali Haas F1 Team rookies Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher the upcoming round will be their first experience of racing Stateside, with the team venturing back to home turf after the pandemic prevented 2020's event from taking place.


    You spoke of satisfaction that the team was able to execute accordingly when Mick progressed into Q2 qualifying last time out in Turkey. Can you detail that feeling a little more and how such a result makes an impact internally within the team after a long season with few on-track highlights?

    Guenther Steiner: "For me, I was obviously happy for Mick that he got it done, but for the whole team because as you mentioned, we've had very few on-track highlights, and having something like this assures you that we can do it - that we can execute when we get the opportunity. I think this will have an impact in the next races for the team because they got some of the confidence back that they maybe lost a bit over the year and hopefully we can have another moment like this in 2021."


    While you're set to put 2021 firmly behind you, the release of the 2022 provisional calendar allows you to look ahead. What are you most looking forward to from next year's slate of races and are you a fan of wrapping the racing up before December and therefore allowing a more prolonged off-season than in recent years?

    GS: "Firstly, I hope the pandemic will be history next year and we can actually execute the calendar as it is planned and we don't have this changing around, which is a lot of work for not a lot of gain, I would say. It's treading water all the time, which is needed to be done in circumstances like this and we fully support it but getting back to normality would be great to start off with. Otherwise, the calendar looks good.

    Obviously, having Miami in there is great - a second race in the US - and finishing the season a little bit earlier is good for everybody. We have got the summer break and we have got a bit more time in the winter. This year, down to the pandemic, we're almost getting close to Christmas. A little bit longer in the winter is good for everybody to chill out before we get going again for 2023."


    The United States Grand Prix is obviously a home event for Haas F1 Team. Having been denied the opportunity to compete at Circuit of the Americas last season due to the pandemic, just how much is the team looking forward to a return to Austin and what have been your highlights from past races there with Haas F1 team?

    GS: "Austin has always been good to us. We've got a good fanbase here in the States and it's getting bigger and bigger as Formula 1 grows in the US. We have Haas Hill in Austin, which has been sold out for weeks, if not months already, and it's always great to go there. Austin as a city and also as a racetrack, it's just a good place and having missed out last year, I think the whole of Formula 1 is happy to be back in Austin and we look forward to it. We have done some stuff with NASCAR there as Gene also owns a NASCAR team - Stewart-Haas Racing - which was a good success as we had Romain and Kevin drive that car with Tony Stewart, who is a legend around there. So, all in all, I'm really happy to go there, and to the weekend."


    The team recently hosted Team USA Scholarship winners Andre Castro and Max Esterson in Banbury - the young drivers enjoying a tour of the facility and meeting team personnel before they compete for Team USA in the Formula Ford Festival and Walter Hayes Trophy in England. Do you feel it is important to engage with young drivers and provide an insight into how an F1 team operates, and what was your impression of Andre and Max as possibly two aspiring F1 talents?

    GS: "For us, being the only American Formula 1 team, to at least show the support we give to these young talents from the United States away from home, in England, was important. We did our best to show them what is needed in Formula 1 because if you get exposed to it from a young age, you can make a plan of what you want to do and what not to do with your life. They came over, had a tour, spoke with a few engineers and I had a talk with them. They're both nice guys so let's see what they do competition-wise in the next months when they're both in England to compete for the Formula Ford Festival and the Walter Hayes Trophy. We wish them good luck and hopefully one of them makes it into Formula 1, maybe both of them."


    We arrive at Uralkali Haas F1 Team's home race - the United States Grand Prix - for Round 17 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Have you been to the States before and what are you most looking forward to off-track this week?

    Nikita Mazepin: "It's a very interesting venue, it's a cool track and I've never raced there so I'm looking forward to get out there. It's a track that requires a lot of rhythm, so hopefully I find it quickly!"


    You haven't raced around this track before, but it's instantly recognizable with many of the corners have hosted famous battles previously. Which section are you most looking forward to racing around and have you ever faced anything like the uphill run into Turn 1 before?

    NM: "I think I'm looking forward most to the sector 1 high-speeds corners, as I think they're very tricky. Turn 1 reminds me very much of Turn 3 in Austria, but I'll need to walk it first to make a complete assumption."


    Although we've left Europe, the cold weather is set to follow us. You've mentioned before that the tires are the hardest thing to learn to manage in Formula 1, pardon the pun but do you think you've got a better grip on them coming into the latter stages of the season?

    NM: "Obviously, experience really helps. I'm not sure what the weather's going to be at the US Grand Prix yet, but it also very much depends on which compounds we've got for the race so hopefully all the experience I've gathered at the beginning and middle of the year I can carry on to later stages."


    We arrive at Uralkali Haas F1 Team's home race - the United States Grand Prix - for Round 17 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. What do you like about the States and in particular Austin, Texas?

    Mick Schumacher: "It's our home race so obviously I'm excited about that, but it's much more than that. I like Austin and the US. It's special and it's something where Formula 1 isn't as big just yet but we're on the verge of becoming very big, especially due the 'Drive to Survive' series. I'm very much looking forward to it as it's a great show, there's always so much happening and frankly, I'm just super excited about going back to the states."


    You haven't raced around this track before, but it's instantly recognizable with many of the corners have hosted famous battles previously. Which section are you most looking forward to racing around and have you ever faced anything like the uphill run into Turn 1 before?

    MS: "I think it's a very special track. You have the first part which is super quick with tight corners and it's very bumpy, so it's definitely a challenge but also, it's a racetrack where overtaking is definitely possible. Hopefully for us it will be a wet race as it will give us the most opportunities but if not, I'm just looking forward to racing out on that track. You say it's had famous battles previously, and I'm sure we will be able to be a part of those one day."


    Although we've left Europe, the cold weather is set to follow us. You've mentioned before that the tires are the hardest thing to learn to manage in Formula 1, pardon the pun but do you think you've got a better grip on them coming into the latter stages of the season?
    MS: "The tires act differently in different weather conditions, so I'm sure we'll manage. We've got experience with the team more than as drivers but it's something we have to learn and it's great that we have the opportunity to. Hopefully we manage to have a few races ahead of us that aren't as cold as Europe, but a bit warmer."


    https://www.pitpass.com/70997/United...P-Preview-Haas


    United States GP: Preview - Alfa Romeo

    Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN heads to the United States for the first of three races in the Americas as Austin hosts for the 2021 United States Grand Prix, the 17th round of the championship, ahead of back-to-back races in Mexico and Brazil at the beginning of November.


    We missed racing in Austin: the last time we went there, in 2019, was another reminder of what a great weekend this event can produce. The circuit is a great test of driver and machine, with an undulating layout that recalls some of the best sections from other epic tracks; the city is a never-ending source of excitement as life turns into a week-long celebration of Formula One; but what makes this event truly great is the fans.

    Their knowledgeable, passionate presence is what we missed so much in the two years since we last visited Texas.


    We'll return to the Circuit of the Americas eager to experience a great American Welcome: and we hope to return the favour, delivering a great show for the fans that have endured so long without Formula One. We will go out to race hard, race fair, and hopefully bring home points. Because, after all, wouldn't that be the best way to celebrate our return to Austin and its race?


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "We approach the race in Austin with one objective in mind - getting back into the points. We scored in Russia and we went within two corners of doing the same in Turkey, which shows ever race between now and the end of the year is an opportunity to aim for the top ten on Sunday. We are really keen to do well here in the US, we know the allure of the Alfa Romeo brand here in the States and what it would mean for all the fans to have a strong race here."




    Kimi Raikkonen: "I have some good memories of COTA: of course, it was the place where I scored my last win so it's a nice thing to look back to, but once I get into the car that doesn't matter. We know we have to do everything well if we want to come away with something from the race, and that starts on Friday. We had two races in which the conditions were changing and we had to react to them, now let's see what the weekend in America has to offer and where we end up."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "I'm looking forward to the weekend in Austin. It's always a nice place to visit, the people are super friendly and the city is great. I remember fondly the time we raced there in 2019, it was a great weekend and I hope this time it will be the same. It was frustrating to miss out on the points for such a small margin in Turkey, we had the pace to bring home a top ten finish but it wasn't to be. We will need to give 100% this time out too and hopefully we'll get one better than we did two weeks ago."


    https://www.pitpass.com/71001/United...iew-Alfa-Romeo


    United States GP: Preview - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "I can't wait to be back in America this weekend, where we'll be aiming to bounce back from the result in Turkey. Austin is known for its great atmosphere and I'm sure it'll be the same again this year with the fans being super passionate. The fight is still on in the Constructors' Championship, so we need to keep pushing.


    "COTA is one of the most exciting circuits on the calendar. Even though the track has elements of other F1 tracks, it still feels like a unique place to race. I took part in a virtual race around COTA last year with the Arrow McLaren SP team during the pandemic, which was a lot of fun, but I can't wait to be racing there for real in an F1 car after two years. Hopefully it'll be a good weekend for us."


    Daniel Ricciardo: "I'm excited to be in the US after a one-year hiatus. The city of Austin is a special place known for its brisket, BBQ and all that good stuff. Not to mention that COTA is arguably one of the best tracks we get to race on. We need to make up for missing out on being there last year, so we'll be working hard for a good result.


    "We've taken the time between races to analyse, understand and learn from what happened last time out. We're ready to move on and focus on the challenge of this weekend. I think some sections of the track will suit us, so we should be in the mix for some points come Sunday.

    "To top off the weekend, I'll also be getting behind the wheel of Dale Earnhardt Sr's 1984 Wrangler Chevrolet Monte Carlo. He's a big hero of mine, so to be able to drive one of his cars is going to be a surreal moment and a bit of a dream come true. A big thanks to Zak for keeping his end of the deal and making this happen. I can't wait!"



    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "We're looking forward to returning to the United States this weekend as we head into the final six races of the season. Having Austin back on the calendar this year is great for the sport and, most importantly, the enthusiastic US fans. The US Grand Prix provides one of the most unique atmospheres on the calendar. COTA is known for drawing inspiration from some of the best tracks in the world and provides a challenging variety of corner types.


    "Since Turkey, the team has taken the time to review and evaluate our performance, and we'll take our learnings into this weekend and the rest of the year. We need to remain focused and continue to deliver to the best of our abilities both on and off track as we adapt to work on a different time zone. Every point is crucial for the fight in the Constructors' Championship. As we've already seen this season, being able to extract the best performance from our package across all variations of track is key. The position we're currently in is testament to the entire team's commitment and dedication. Let's keep pushing this weekend."


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    United States GP: Preview - Aston Martin

    Lance: “I love racing in Austin, and it’s great to be able to spend some time at home in Canada to recharge ahead of the Grand Prix. It’s a critical race for the team, and we’ll be giving it everything in pursuit of more points. It’s a challenging track with the first sector having a flow element in contrast with the final sector which demands precision, making it quite easy to run wide. We’ll be pushing the limit to find the limit in the build-up to Sunday."


    Sebastian: "We're looking to bounce back in Austin. As we've seen in recent races, we have the pace to fight in the midfield, but it's such a close fight, and it's very easy to miss out on points. This circuit really tests the set-up of the car, so the key is to maximise practice and build on it going into qualifying and the race."


    Cognizant's Keys to the Race
    From pole position, the run to Turn One stands at only 325m, but a wide corner entry, uphill approach and blind apex create the perfect conditions for wheel-to-wheel action. With a second DRS zone on the start/finish straight, Turn One will be an overtaking hotspot during the race.


    Austin’s changeable weather conditions and uneven racing surface have caused tyre behaviour to vary in past races. Tyre degradation, combined with an average pit-lane time-loss of 20 seconds, has increased strategy variance, with multi-stop strategies more viable in conventional conditions.


    With 61 overtakes after lap one, the 2019 United States Grand Prix featured the second-highest number of overtakes in a dry race that season, behind Bahrain. More than 70% of overtakes in Austin are performed using DRS, with Turn 12 the most popular passing spot, followed by Turn One.


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    United States GP: Preview - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "What we can take away from the last race in Turkey is that our pure performance was really good and in Qualifying we were fighting within a tenth of Ferrari and Red Bull. So, I was very happy with top five in Qualifying. The race might have been even better without the penalty but finishing ten seconds off the podium behind two Mercedes, two Red Bulls and a Ferrari is really positive and it's nice to confirm that we are back nearer the front of the field once again.


    On the Wednesday after Istanbul, I had an enjoyable break from work and training, playing in a charity football match at the famous Olympique de Marseille's Velodrome stadium. It was to raise money for Didier Drogba's charity and UNICEF. It was an incredible experience to be on that famous pitch and play with and against some real football legends. I'm pleased to say I scored a goal!


    Next round: USA. I've not yet had any great races in Austin, the best I did was 10th the last time we were there. In terms of driving, the track is really exciting, very fast and I particularly like the first sector which resembles Suzuka a bit. After that, the second sector is a bit slower and more technical. Overall, it's very interesting, although I think it could be quite complicated this weekend. Having watched MotoGP a few weeks back, the bumps which were already pretty bad last time we raced there, seem even more severe now. It will require some sort of compromise on set-up, but we won't really know until we get there. I'm not particularly worried about it, because our car is working well everywhere at the moment and we just have to avoid any problems waiting to ambush us, so that we can continue to close in on Alpine in the championship."


    Yuki Tsunoda: "I think the Turkish weekend was pretty positive for me and I had good pace right from the start, all through practice. Track conditions changed massively for Qualifying and I struggled a bit to find pace and get the right car balance, but we got to Q3 and it was good to start from P9. With the race starting in the wet, I didn't have the disadvantage of using the Soft tyre I'd used in Q2 for the start. In the race, I enjoyed my battle with Lewis, but after my spin, tyre temperatures were very low and I struggled for pace. It was an interesting weekend. I learned a lot and it will be good experience for the future.



    From Turkey onwards this season, the only track where I have driven before is the final round in Abu Dhabi, so all the circuits will be a new experience, including this weekend in Austin. After Istanbul, I spent a couple of days in the simulator and drove the COTA track. It seems to be a very interesting circuit, with many different types of corner and that steep climb to the first blind corner. That first sector is like a rollercoaster. I'm looking forward to experiencing it for the first time. I saw that the MotoGP riders were complaining about the track surface, so we will have to see if they have managed to do anything about that in time for this weekend.


    It will also be my first trip to the United States and I'm looking forward to that. America has always been on the list of countries I really want to visit, so I'm excited about this trip. I've heard all about the barbecue restaurants in Austin and I will be keen to try that and see how it rates compared to Japanese Wagyu beef!"


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    United States GP: Preview - Mercedes

    Toto Wolff: It was encouraging to see our positive performance momentum continue last time out in Turkey. We haven't scored back-to-back race wins in a little while, so naturally spirits have been high in the factories since we returned from Istanbul. That race win was also the 200th victory for Brixworth since they began their winning streak in 1997, which is a remarkable achievement and a testament to the passion and hard work of everyone at HPP.

    Istanbul was a dominant performance from Valtteri in tricky conditions, taking his first win of the season. A faultless drive from him and he was in control of the race from the very beginning. It's a brilliant boost for him and the team heading into the final part of the season and helping us to extend our lead in the Constructors' standings.

    For Lewis, the absolute view of Turkey is that he lost one point more than Max did in the previous race in Russia with a similar engine change, which we can live with. The relative view when you're in the heat of a race is to always want another position, to score more points - that's who we are as racers and we wouldn't want that competitive intensity any other way.

    This season has had so many twists and turns, so we're ready to react to whatever comes our way this weekend in Texas. We're excited to be back in Austin for the first time since 2019, it's always a popular stop on the calendar and we can't wait to see all the passionate American fans.

    The Circuit of the Americas is a fun track for the drivers. There are some really fast and flowing corners, plus some technical sections and good overtaking opportunities. It's got a bit of everything and is a great track for racing, so I'm sure we're set for an entertaining Grand Prix.


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    United States GP: Preview - Alpine

    The team collected a solitary point in Turkey courtesy of Esteban Ocon's zero-stop strategy in damp conditions. Focus turns to Austin, Texas, where the stakes are as hot as the BBQ in the closely fought Constructors' Championship contest as Executive Director Marcin Budkowski explains.


    After executing a rare zero-stop strategy last time out, what are the team's overall thoughts from Istanbul?

    Marcin Budkowski: While we scored one point with Esteban, we feel Turkey was a missed opportunity, especially with Fernando. Starting from fifth on the grid and having been competitive throughout the weekend - the closest we've been to the top teams all season - we went into the race confident and hoping for a strong result, but the first lap incident completely ruined that. We need to keep qualifying strongly and hopefully next time we can convert our Saturday performances into bigger points on Sunday.


    What fine margins will make the difference in the race for fifth?

    MB: It's a tight fight for fifth in the Constructors' Championship since the start of the season, and we have seen pretty big points swings at a few races. We had a decent points advantage going into Turkey, but we knew it was far from comfortable. It has now shrunk and we will need to keep scoring consistently at every race and taking every opportunity for bigger points when it presents itself, while keeping a close eye on our competitors. It will no doubt go to the wire, but we have good momentum and are relishing the challenge!


    How exciting is it to go the United States again and racing at the Circuit of the Americas?

    MB: It's a popular venue in Formula 1, both for the track and the city. Sector one replicates the Maggotts-Becketts combination at Silverstone, one that the drivers particularly enjoy. However, a few sections of the track are very bumpy, as covered extensively during the recent Moto GP event, which can be uncomfortable for the drivers but also forces some setup compromises. Off track, Austin is a great city with its own very unique vibe. It's one of the favourite destinations on the calendar for many Formula 1 personnel.




    Esteban Ocon turned heads with his masterful drive in Turkey to clinch the final point. Esteban is now looking forward to taking on Texas as he returns to the Circuit of the Americas for the first time since 2018. His aim is to add more points to the season tally.


    Your race performance in Turkey caught some attention, how do you reflect on it?

    Esteban Ocon: I was quite happy to score a point in Turkey and it was probably one of the hardest points I've ever had to work for in my career! While scoring one point is good and positive, we know we need to score even more in order to stay ahead in the championship. The aim is to continue working hard as a team and deliver stronger results.


    How excited are you to go back to Austin?

    EO: I really like Austin and I can't wait to race there. For me, I've not raced there since 2018, so I'm definitely excited. As a track, I feel like Austin is a cool mix of different circuits all rolled into one. After the unique uphill Turn 1, the following flow of corners is kind of like Suzuka or Maggots-Becketts at Silverstone. Then there's the long straight before a slightly tighter part, which is like the final sector in Mexico in a way. It's a great track, there are some fast corners, some interesting challenges at the wheel and also overtaking opportunities.


    What do you like about the US Grand Prix?

    EO: As a venue, Austin is one of the best on the calendar. I like the atmosphere there and I'm sure the American fans will make it very special in the grandstands. I do like the American buzz and I think there are some cool activities lined up this weekend, which should be fun. Of course, I enjoy food and having a Texas BBQ is a must while we're out there! All in all, I'm looking forward to getting going and hopefully we can take home some points by Sunday night to make that post-race steak taste even sweeter.


    Fernando Alonso heads back to the United States Grand Prix for his fourteenth appearance on American soil in Formula 1. The Spaniard aims to return to the top ten in Austin after a challenging Turkish Grand Prix.


    How do you reflect on the last race in Turkey?

    Fernando Alonso: It was an unlucky race for us after such a promising Saturday. We qualified in our highest position of the season and had a competitive package all weekend. So, to lose all of that in just 200 metres was disappointing. Perhaps we're saving all of the good luck for 2022! We can take some positives away from the weekend, though, with the point for Esteban and how strong we looked on Saturday. The car has felt good in two consecutive races, so we'll look to return to the points with a strong performance in Austin this weekend.


    It's your fourteenth race on US soil in Formula 1. Are you excited for Austin?

    FA: It's always fun racing in the US and I do enjoy the circuit in Austin. It's one of the more challenging circuits on the calendar with each sector of the lap very different to the next. The characteristics of the track and the car can evolve during a lap, so it keeps you on your toes as a driver. It's also a track that allows overtaking, which is good.

    You're always guaranteed a good atmosphere in Austin and it's a nice place to visit.

    Let's see if our package can be competitive there and hopefully it'll be a dry weekend for a change!


    Having experienced both oval and circuit racing in your career, how do the two atmospheres compare?

    FA: It is very different to jump from one style to the other and obviously you are always competing with the best drivers of each championship. I enjoy both circuit and oval racing for different reasons. The atmosphere at races like the Indy 500 are quite unique and you can really feel the history of the race. There are a lot of fun things to do around the entire event. Formula 1 is across a smaller weekend, but I think Austin is a really great place for the sport and we have Miami next year too. It's two very different types of racing but it's great to see how F1's popularity has grown in the US.



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    United States GP: Preview - Red Bull

    You finished third the last time we raced in the United States, in 2019. Are you looking forward to being back on track in Austin?

    Max Verstappen: It is going to be nice to be back in America. We have always been competitive in the US and have got close to some good results, so it's about converting that into a win now. We go to every track now knowing that we can fight at least for a podium now, but also a win and that is different to past years. We are focussed on doing the best we can and always trying to win the race and that will be no different in Austin. It will be another close battle this weekend and I am looking forward to that.


    The Turkish Grand Prix was a strong result for the Team, with a double podium. Which team do you think the momentum is with going into the weekend?

    MV: I don't really believe in momentum swings, we always have to nail every aspect of the weekend to optimise our performance, prepare as best we can and if we do that then we can't give anything more as a Team. We have a very competitive car but you have to compare it to Mercedes and that is always the big question mark going into any race this season. Hopefully we can fight them this weekend and keep the lead in the championship. Every single week there are new challenges which we must overcome and this one will be no different, a lot of things can happen in a race, so we will focus on ourselves and no one else.


    What makes Circuit of the Americas such a great racetrack?

    MV: The layout of the track at COTA is really cool, the surface being bumpy, because it is built on a swamp, adds to the excitement of the race as well. The first sector is very enjoyable, with a lot of fast corners, especially in qualifying when you go on low fuel. When you are racing going into sector two and the beginning of sector three, there are a lot of different lines you can take, so this track normally creates a lot of action and overtakes. Then away from being a great track, there is always a great atmosphere and a great crowd so that helps.


    After a double podium at the Turkish Grand Prix how positive are you feeling going into the final six races of the season?

    Sergio Perez: I feel great at the moment, I cannot wait to get back in the car again and I am massively looking forward to the weekend. Going into the season run in, we know we must maximise everything from our side. I think Mercedes have been very strong in the last four or five races and we haven't been able to match them for speed, but I believe that Austin and Mexico are going to be good tracks for us, and you will see us producing stronger performances.




    It was a great Team performance for you and your car crew in Turkey, how much are you enjoying this first year with your team?

    SP: We are working very well together as a group and I am looking forward to the rest of the year. This is an important race for us and I am really pumped up, as is the whole Team. Hopefully, I can be on the podium again in Austin.


    You had your first show run experience in Dallas on Saturday, did that get you excited for the US Grand Prix?

    SP: Driving the show run has given me an amazing energy going into this race weekend. We live in such a small bubble during the season and it is easy to forget about what is going on outside because of your focus on your sport. When we hold events like the show run it makes us realise how much we, as Red Bull Racing Honda, mean to people and how much our sport means to them. So many Mexicans and Latinos came out to see me and I loved their support - that has ignited a fire in me for the weekend. My fans mean the world to me, they are so special and so unique so I can't wait to see more of them in Austin. The crowd brought so much energy in Dallas, they were so enthusiastic, and I just can't wait to experience that again this weekend. I have really missed the big crowds so there should be an incredible atmosphere. I want to give everyone a great weekend of action in Austin and hopefully repeat the success we had in Turkey last time out.


    What does racing in the United States mean to you?

    SP: Austin feels like a second home race to me because I am always so warmly received here, I love coming to the States. There will be a lot of support for myself and the Team this weekend, so I am hoping to please a lot of people in the crowd and, of course, in Mexico. This is the most special part of the season for me, with the US Grand Prix and then my home race in Mexico. I think it will be great to have Miami next season too and that will feel like another home race for me. I have been racing in America for several years now and I can see the passion for the sport is growing here, which is great. Even five years ago it wasn't as popular as you see now, so I think Formula 1 is only going to get bigger stateside because we have a great sport.



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    United States GP: Preview - Pirelli

    Following a year out due to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, Austin returns to the Formula 1 calendar this year with a slightly new look. During 2020 the track underwent a partial resurfacing, involving around 40% of its total length. Although the roughness of the new asphalt has not been measured yet, Pirelli has confirmed the same nomination as two years ago in Austin based on the available data, with the three compounds in the middle of the range: C2 as the P Zero White hard, C3 as the P Zero Yellow medium, and C4 as the P Zero Red soft.


    These tyres are well-matched to the wide range of demands imposed by the famous Texan circuit, which first joined the Formula 1 calendar in 2012. The track contains a bit of everything, with the layout having been inspired by different corners from some of the most famous tracks in the world.


    The weather in Texas at this time of year can be unpredictable. The selection of compounds chosen is consequently quite adaptable to a wide variety of temperatures, although this year's race is being held earlier in the season than last time.


    Track Characteristics

    The circuit has been resurfaced in quite few place: the start-finish straight (including the pit lane exit) to the exit of Turn 1, the exit of Turn 9 through to Turn 10, the exit of Turn 11 through to Turn 12, and Turn 15 through to Turn 19.


    Some depressions in the asphalt (between Turn 2 and Turn 3, as well as near Turns 4, 6, 10 and 14) have been fixed using a "milling" process, to make the surface more even.


    One of the most unusual features about COTA is the distinctive Turn 1, which is an uphill left-hand hairpin. This makes it quite hard to judge the braking point: especially at the start. Austin is one of the most demanding tracks of all in terms of lateral energy, with several high-speed corners between 250 and 270kph in the first sector and lateral forces up to 4.5g (especially in Turn 6, for three seconds).


    The Circuit of the Americas hasn't been used extensively recently, which should lead to quite a 'green' track at the beginning of the weekend. However, Formula 4 and W series are on the menu (rather than Formula 2 or Formula 3) so this means a high degree of track evolution as more rubber is laid down.


    The winning strategy in 2019 was a two-stopper (medium-hard-medium) from Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas, while his team mate Lewis Hamilton finished second with a medium-hard one-stopper. All three compounds played an important role during the race.


    Mario Isola: "Although the teams have quite a lot of experience of Austin, this year they face a track that has changed a bit compared to 2019, when we last raced here.

    Around 40% of the track has been resurfaced but due to COVID-19 restrictions we were not able to send our personnel to analyse the new asphalt, so its characteristics are a question mark for everyone and we will only discover the final effects on tyres and car performance in general when we are there.


    "As usual, the tyre nomination was done based on data obtained before the race, with the compounds in the middle of the range well-suited to the circumstances. With the championship battle so finely poised as we enter the final few races of the season, it's clear that every element of strategy will count - as we saw at the last race in Turkey."


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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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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    ¡Vaya fotaza!

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    A ver si N. Carpentiers también nos sorprende con su "lupa".
    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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    Unas cuantas fotillos más, también de Giorjo Piola.













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    Más detalles del casco especial de Fernando con el que pretende dar visibilidad al problema de La Palma.













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    Muchos pilotos llevan aquí un casco con decoración especial. Este es el de Tsunoda.




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    El de Leclerc.













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    Creo que el de Norris deja claro dónde se corre.












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    Ricciardo.













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    Bottas.












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    El de Russell me recuerda a uno que llevó Vettel hace unos años.













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    Mazepin.









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    Mick Schumacher.












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    Comienzan los primeros entrenamientos libres y nada más salir, Fernando tiene que parar el coche en la curva 12. Se ve cómo su motor pierde líquido.

    Bandera roja en pista mientras retiran su coche.









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    Checo estaba haciendo pruebas aerodinámicas.





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    Los de Alpha Tauri también tienen interés en recoger datos.




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    En Mercedes quieren gastar todos los motores que tienen en stock y se los están poniendo a Bottas GP sí y GP también. 6º ICE para él y 5 posiciones de penalización.



    Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team @MercedesAMGF1 · 1min

    UPDATE: @ValtteriBottas has taken his sixth Internal Combustion Engine of the season and will take a five-place grid penalty for the #USGP.

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