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  1. #151
    Con el sueñaco no me habia dado cuenta de que Bottas solo habia parado una vez, pensaba que eran dos, menudo crack.

    PD: ahhh, creo que al grafico ese le falta una parada de nuestro amigo finlandes.

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    Con el sueñaco no me habia dado cuenta de que Bottas solo habia parado una vez, pensaba que eran dos, menudo crack.

    PD: ahhh, creo que al grafico ese le falta una parada de nuestro amigo finlandes.


    Ainssss, yorch, creo que cuando has mirado el gráfico no te habías despertado del todo .




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    Las paradas.



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    "Mapas de Calor" de la Carrera:

    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    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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    Última edición por llumia; 23/05/2022 a las 02:33
    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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    Última edición por llumia; 23/05/2022 a las 02:35
    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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    Comparación Ritmo "Suavizado":

    Última edición por llumia; 23/05/2022 a las 08:54
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Impresiones de los equipos después de la Carrera:


    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Red Bull

    Max Verstappen: "It's great to finish the race today alongside Checo with a first and second place, it was a difficult beginning but a good end! I went off in turn four, I completely lost the rear and they said on Team radio that it was a big gust of wind. I lost a few positions through that and as soon as I wanted to attack, my DRS stopped working. It was upsetting at the time but then I calmed myself down and focussed on the bigger picture. It was a tough battle with George Russell, especially without the DRS, I didn't want to take too much of a risk as we were fighting for the lead, I had to be patient. As for the DRS, I'm not sure why there's an issue, we'll look into it and at the end of the day nothing was lost. We are on a good trajectory and we can be proud of that as a Team, but as you can see, some things are fragile and we need to keep on working hard, we have to be on top of everything."


    Sergio Perez: "It's a great result, we are leading the Constructors Championship so, although I obviously want to win, I have to be realistic and I am happy with the Team result. My frustration on the radio was in the heat of the moment but I need to speak with the Team to understand a few bits from the race. Sometimes when you are driving you can't get the full picture, so it is a normal thing to debrief things to understand the race. The Team momentum couldn't be any better here, it is a great Team and we are very united. It wasn't about Team orders today, what really changed my race was going onto different tyre strategies and that worked better for Max and, at the end of the day, the Team because we managed to both get past George. I could have won today but making the two-stop work was difficult and it turned out that the three-stop was the better strategy. I think we had a very strong race today, the race pace and management from us was great today and it was important not to make mistakes.

    Hopefully we continue this momentum on to Monaco and are strong next weekend too."


    Christian Horner, Team Principal and CEO: "It is fantastic for the Team to bring home our second 1-2 finish in three races, which was hugely important for us in the fight for both Championships. Both drivers got great starts and things were settling down quite nicely, but a massive gust of wind sent Max into a slide and that dropped him down to fourth. We already knew he had a DRS issue, so at that point we decided to convert him to a three-stop strategy and give him tyre advantage over Leclerc and Russell - but we were still undecided whether a two or three stop was the better choice at that stage. With Checo on a two-stop strategy it meant both drivers were working as a Team and covering the opposition. To get maximum points today was our aim, it was hugely important for us as a Team and I'm glad we were all able to work together to achieve that."


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    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Mercedes

    George secured his second podium of the season with an imperious drive, making up places at the start and then holding off VER with an emphatic defence for several laps, at one point leading the Grand Prix, before settling in to take P3.


    Lewis suffered a puncture on the opening lap after coming together with MAG, finding himself 50 secs off the lead before putting his head down and completing a remarkable recovery drive up to P5, matching the leaders for race pace.


    Lewis's result could have been even better but for a water leak affecting both cars in the closing laps forced him to yield P4 to SAI, with George having a sizeable margin to the cars behind to manage the issue.


    George took the team's third podium of the season, following his P3 in Australia and Lewis's P3 in the opening race of the season in Bahrain.


    Today's podium is the 250th for the modern-day Mercedes F1 Team.


    George Russell: Today was super tough! I'm just so proud to be standing here on the podium and bring it home for the team. The guys have worked so hard, so this result is for everyone back in Brackley and Brixworth who've worked tirelessly, thank you! I gave it everything I could to hold Max off, they were some enjoyable laps! With the Red Bulls in my mirrors, I was trying to get absolutely everything out of the car to keep them behind. It was very difficult last few laps, a real survival race when we knew we had the gap to manage. Thanks to all the fans out here in Barcelona - they've been amazing all weekend! The support for Formula 1 at the moment is in a great place, so it's great to be here.


    Lewis Hamilton: I'm just really grateful that I was able to come back and grateful to the team for keeping their head down and for all the amazing work to get us to this improvement. The car felt great in the race, our pace is closer to the top guys which is amazing. I was just really unfortunate at the start to get the puncture but I didn't give up - that's what we do, right? It's a lot hotter than predicted today and for everyone it's quite tough with these cars. I had to basically drive at half throttle at the end to try and cool the car, with lots of lifting down the straight just to get fresh air into the engine to cool it down. I was so gutted to lose the place to Sainz, especially after coming from where I came from. I mean, I was 30+ seconds behind last place - that's like no man's land. It's a horrible feeling being that far behind, but you just have to keep your head up, keep pushing, keep going and hoping for better. We do still have bouncing but not in the straight line, it's through corners but no way near as bad as we had before. The guys are working really hard and I am sure we can fix that over time. If I didn't have that issue at the beginning, who knows where we'd have been at the end. It's good to know we have similar pace to some of the front runners.


    Toto Wolff: It was a very pleasing weekend with lots of positive signs, even though I'm not yet ecstatic. We had a solid race to beat Ferrari, and with Lewis we had probably the fastest race car of all today. We need to just unpick this now, analyse the data, and try to improve step-by-step for a race win. George put up a spectacular defence to Max, the way he positioned the car was spot-on, the kind of racing we love to see and he managed the car well at the end to bring home another podium. For Lewis, misfortune on the opening lap but what a recovery drive from then on, fantastic. As a driver, its always difficult when you are 50 seconds down but we never give up, and his pace at the end was stunning, he could have raced for the win. The weekend was better than expected because I am always pessimistic about things. We've moved clear from the midfield, at least in Barcelona, and caught up half a second to the front runners - we were a second off and now it's half a second. We unlocked the potential of the car by tweaking things on the stops and so today was the most valuable race for us to compare the two cars, across setups and tyres. Our understanding took a big step forward and there's definitely more to come.


    Andrew Shovlin: There are positives to take from the weekend, not least a fine drive to the podium for George with some brilliant defending against the Red Bulls. Lewis didn't have any luck, Magnussen's move on lap 1 caused a puncture that left him nearly a minute behind the leaders and with a mountain to climb just to make the points. He drove brilliantly and out-performed our expectations to make it back to fourth only for a water leak to force him to concede the place to Sainz in order to make sure we finished.

    The most encouraging thing is the improvement in pace that we have seen this weekend; a lot of hard work has gone into understanding the issues and bringing parts to the track for this race. We can now see a route to develop our way out of this and back into a position where we can fight for pole and wins. We've got some unusual tracks coming up, starting with Monaco where we need to focus more on low-speed performance but we've got some parts in the pipeline that can hopefully help in that regard. After some tough months in Brackley and Brixworth, it was great to feel like we were racing again, we're determined to be part of the battle for these championships and today has given us belief that we can do just that.



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    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Ferrari

    Scuderia Ferrari's points haul from today's Spanish Grand Prix certainly did not live up to expectations. After a brilliant qualifying yesterday, only Carlos Sainz managed to score points today, making his way back up to fourth at the flag, having dropped down the order to 11th following a spin on lap 7. Charles Leclerc had to retire with a power unit problem, when he had a comfortable lead over the rest of the field, with the win seemingly in the bag.


    The result is obviously disappointing, but there were several positives for the team to take away from today, with plenty of races remaining this season: once again the F1-75 was very competitive in qualifying and in the race, on a track where tyre management is particularly critical. On top of that, the updates introduced here in Spain performed as expected. These are all plus points to bear in mind as the team now heads for Monaco, which hosts the next round of the World Championship in a week's time, when Charles Leclerc and the whole team will be keen to fight back.


    Carlos Sainz: It was a very tough Sunday and very far from what we were hoping for. A gust of wind threw me off in turn 4 and unfortunately, my car was damaged. From then on, it was a big struggle for me, as a lack of downforce meant I was sliding around with the tyres pretty much everywhere. We gave absolutely everything to recover and managed to get back to P4, which is not too bad given the circumstances, but it's far from ideal.


    A pity for Charles, as he retired when he was leading, but we will work as a team to come back stronger in Monaco. The biggest positive from today was the amazing crowd in the grandstands supporting us, so I want to really thank every fan out there for their support. On to the next one.

    Charles Leclerc: So far this year, the team has been doing an incredible job in terms of reliability. Of course this one hurts, because we were in front all weekend and worked really well. I know that things like this can happen sometimes and in moments like these, it is important to look at the positives. Our pace was very strong in qualifying and in the race and the feeling in the car was really good. We made progress in terms of tyre management, which is something that has been a weakness in the past few races. So it's a shame and I'm disappointed that we lost the opportunity to score a lot of points, but the season is still long and we know we have the potential.


    Next up is my home race in Monaco, so I'm really looking forward to it and I hope that it will be a good one!


    Mattia Binotto, Team Principal & Managing Director: Clearly, we're not happy with today's result. It's disappointing to have had a problem with the power unit that robbed Charles of what would have been a well-deserved win, especially as the team in Maranello has done an excellent job of developing the power unit this season. Carlos finished fourth, coming back from a difficult situation. Probably, he still does not get quite the feeling he wants from the F1-75 and it's up to us to help him become completely comfortable with it. He is tenacious, he studies the situation and never gives up and so I am sure that he will soon come to feel really at ease in the car.


    After a result like this, I think we should look at the positive aspects. I said that after the first six races, we would be able to assess the performance levels and hierarchy among the teams and today, we can say that we have built a good car and we have done a fine job of developing it. The Barcelona track is demanding in many ways and it has usually been something of a bogey circuit for us, but the F1-75 was the quickest car on track yesterday and today, Charles was comfortably in the lead, running at a very good race pace.


    Now we will find out what the problem was that stopped him. Unfortunately, these things can happen, to us and to the competition, but given how many races are left this season, I'd say we have seen that we can fight for the wins in the upcoming Grands Prix, starting with Monaco, Charles' home race and luckily, we only have to wait until next Sunday.


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    Spanish GP: Race team notes - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "Today was tough. I was feeling really unwell before the race as I'm suffering with tonsillitis, and that, in combination with the high temperatures, made this one of the hardest races I've ever done. I've been a bit on the backfoot this weekend as most of my energy has been spent fighting off this illness. I've had to miss a lot of engineering sessions, which has compromised my weekend, and I definitely wasn't as prepared for the Grand Prix as I could have been. With that in mind, I'm really pleased to have come out of the race with decent points for the team.


    "The team have been working really hard to bring performance to the car, so I'm glad we could take something from the weekend. We'll look at the data over the next few days, see if there's any additional performance we can extract from the car and make sure we're ready to go for Monaco."


    Daniel Ricciardo: "It wasn't a good race today. I'd love to find something positive, but it was just a struggle from the start. I was slow, and I simply had a lot less grip than everyone else around me. With the three stops, we had four chances on different sets of tyres, but we didn't have the pace on any of them. I'm not really sure why, to be honest, so we'll try to have a look and understand it. Hopefully, we can get on top of it as the upgrades we brought were good. We've got a short turnaround for Monaco and then we'll go again and hope for a better one in a week."


    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "It was a long and challenging Spanish Grand Prix under very hot conditions. Lando together with the team maximised everything we had in our hands today and finished in P8. On Daniel's side unfortunately, after getting into Q3 yesterday, we were struggling a lot with the rear of the car whenever we tried to push more, and went backwards in the race finishing in P12. We have some homework to do over the next couple of days to understand why.




    "The entire team here at the track and back home did a great job in the recent weeks and days to bring all the upgrades to the car this weekend and race it on both cars. This allowed us to make a step forward in terms of performance and it worked as expected but we still have a lot of work to do in understanding and optimising it in the weeks ahead. We are up against strong competition and must keep working hard to improve the car further to stay in the battle for P4 in the constructor championship.


    "Lando did not feel well all weekend but showed great fighting spirit battling it through and bringing home some points for the team. We wish him a speedy recovery now in the next few days and will hopefully have him back at full energy in Monaco in a couple of days.


    "My thanks to the whole team here at the track and back at the factory, together with our colleagues at Mercedes HPP for their efforts over the weekend and for their incredible work to bring the upgrade. We keep pushing ahead and go to Monaco."


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    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Alpine

    BWT Alpine F1 Team converted its lowly grid positions of twelfth and twentieth into seventh and ninth at the chequered flag after superb drives from Esteban Ocon and Fernando Alonso to bring home eight points from a scorching hot Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.


    Esteban charged through the field early on to propel himself into points-scoring contention with home hero Fernando storming from last on the grid - as a result of an engine change - to ninth at the finish.


    Both drivers ran to a three-stop strategy, starting on Softs, onto Mediums during the second stint, before finishing with two sets of Softs for the second half of the race.
    Esteban showed solid pace and demonstrated smart racecraft in making up a handful of places throughout the demanding 66-lap race to finish a comfortable seventh at the flag and his fifth top ten result of the season.

    Racing on home soil in the Spanish Grand Prix for the nineteenth time in his Formula 1 career, Fernando executed an excellent race from the back of pack, displaying patience and skill on his way to collect two points.


    Esteban Ocon: "I'm very happy for the team today with a good double result. It's probably the best result we could have hoped for after yesterday and the team should be very proud for what we achieved today. It was a great first stint with some good overtakes and, overall, I don't think there is anything we could have done better. It was awesome to see Fernando in the points as well after starting from the back, and to do it here in Barcelona is even better. After a difficult Saturday we proved that the pace is there, and the car is working well so this result definitely feels good. I'll sleep well tonight!"


    Fernando Alonso: "It's great to finish in the points today especially after our bad qualifying yesterday, so I'm very happy with that. The atmosphere was special today and even though we were starting last I feel like we managed to put a show on for the fans. It feels a bit like a victory! Hopefully we can start scoring consecutively in the points from here. I think we still need to improve on Sundays, but we did a good job today and managed it well. In reflection on Miami and Thursday, maybe I see it in a different way now. The Stewards did their job in Miami and perhaps we see things differently from inside the car in the heat of the moment. I am fully supportive of the FIA's ideas and we want to work with them to improve the show for the fans."


    Laurent Rossi, CEO Alpine: "While the weekend didn't look promising before the race, we managed to recover with both cars finishing inside the points. To go from twentieth, and last, on the grid with Fernando and twelfth with Esteban to eight points in the bag at the end is certainly satisfying and well deserved. We've managed to salvage points after a tough Qualifying, which is important in a close championship fight like we're in. That said, we need to continue the hard work, in particularly ensuring more performance consistency throughout the whole weekend to better our starting grid positions. We've demonstrated today, on a demanding track in tough conditions, that we have what it takes to perform well on Sundays. We now need to ensure we put ourselves in a position where we're battling for the higher points-scoring places on a more regular basis. In the circumstances, a good job by everyone in the team today and we now look ahead to Monaco next week where we know Saturday performance there often defines the outcome for Sunday's race."


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    Spanish GP: Race team notes - AlphaTauri

    Yuki Tsunoda: "That was a super tough race, it was so hot in the car today and then we were in a constant battle to make it into the points, so the pressure was there. I'm quite happy with my performance today and where we finished in the race, we haven't been comfortable in the car the whole weekend, so to be fighting for points was a good step forward. However, I think we've still got a lot of work to do to be able to be higher up the midfield."


    Pierre Gasly: "I'm extremely disappointed with today, it's very frustrating. I had a small touch early on that damaged the car and from then on, I had no pace, we were losing downforce and sliding everywhere. I take responsibility for the accident with Stroll, I was pushing it to the limit, so I want to apologise to Lance for that. We tried everything we could from then on, but at the end of the day there wasn't much we could do."


    Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Today's race has been tough, but with both drivers battling hard we managed to come away with a point. Pierre picked up front wing damage early on, which made the car a bit trickier to drive and cost him some time. Yuki had a cleaner start and was in a battle with the McLarens and Alonso early on in the race, fighting for points. With the hot conditions moving the race to a three stop for the majority, track position was key, and Yuki's final stop was timed to prevent Vettel, who was one of the two stoppers, getting ahead when we stopped and this worked out well. Then it was a case of getting past Schumacher and trying to get back on terms with Alonso, who had got ahead earlier in the race. We have a lot to understand from this event, as we have not been able to get the car working as we want, but we have a few ideas already and the expectation is that we will bounce back in the next events."


    Franz Tost (Team Principal): "First of all, big congratulations to Oracle Red Bull Racing for this fantastic 1-2, which has helped Max in the close battle for the Championship.

    "From our side, the weekend was quite difficult and we struggled with the car. We suffered with the rear, especially with the tyres overheating, therefore we couldn't show a good performance yesterday in Qualifying. Because of this, today in the race we started only from P13 and 14. Fortunately, both drivers had a good start and came back in the first lap with Yuki in 11th and Pierre in 12th. The race pace at the beginning was reasonable on the Softs, but after a few laps we decided to go for a three-stop strategy, so we called Yuki in to change to the Mediums. On this compound he struggled a little bit to warm up the tyres, which meant he lost a few seconds to Alonso. Then we changed back to the Softs to end the race. We scored one point and I think that's the most we could get out of this weekend after a difficult Qualifying session. As for Pierre, he was struggling with the car, suffering from an unstable rear, and was not able to fight for points this race. From the first laps onwards, he had damage on the front wing, which of course had a negative impact on the performance of the car. We need to go away and analyse everything, to bring the car back to the level of performance we had in the past, trying to understand why we lose performance in hot conditions, also because we will have other races with very high temperatures - like Budapest for example. Now we go to Monaco, where we normally perform well, so I hope this will be the case again this year."


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    Sebastian Vettel: "Today was all about managing the tyres and the grip - it was very slippery out there. Everyone's tyres were falling to pieces and lots of drivers pitted fairly early, so we tried something different by opting for a two-stopper. In the end, I do not think it really made too much of a difference. Ultimately, we just lacked a bit too much pace to really be able to attack the points-scoring positions. But we tried something - P11 is not much of a reward, but we had a decent race. We knew this new package was not going to be a massive step straight away, but we believe it is a better direction for the future. We are making progress and going forwards, and that is what really matters."


    Lance Stroll: "It was a difficult race, though it was largely ended by the contact with Pierre [Gasly] when I overtook him going through Turn One. We had to pit and check over the car, so that cost us up to 30 seconds. The positive is that the car did feel better than it did in qualifying, which is important considering we are running a new package. We need to go away and review the whole weekend, look at what we have learned, and then apply it for Monaco. I am very excited for the next race - it is such a special Grand Prix and I cannot wait to get started."


    Mike Krack - Team Principal: "From our starting positions of P16 for Sebastian and P17 for Lance, scoring points today was always going to be a challenge. Nonetheless, both our drivers executed well their different tyre strategies - a Soft-Soft-Medium two-stopper for Sebastian and a Soft-Soft-Medium-Soft three-stopper for Lance - and the result was a P11 finish for Sebastian, whom we successfully managed to keep out of traffic wherever possible, and a P15 finish for Lance. Had Lance not lost quite a bit of time on lap 28 as a result of contact with [Pierre] Gasly, which not only tipped him into a spin but also necessitated an earlier second pit stop than we had been planning for him, he would have finished a few places farther up. He was not therefore able to convert his good race pace into a points result today, but it indicated the promising performance potential of our updated car. Finally, I want to pay tribute to the great work done by the team to get two updated cars ready for this event; we are all looking forward to working hard to achieve better results with them at Monaco next weekend and in the races to come."


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    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Williams

    Nicholas Latifi finished 16th and Alex Albon 18th in the Spanish Grand Prix. Nicholas started the race 19th and Alex 18th, both on the soft Pirelli tyres.


    Nicholas ran a three-stop strategy, pitting first for the medium compound, followed by the soft compound. He made a final stop to take another set of soft tyres, on which he completed the race.


    Alex made four stops during the race, boxing initially for the medium Pirelli compound before taking a new set of soft tyres. He then stopped to take a set of medium tyres, before finishing the race on the soft compound.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: It was blisteringly hot today, which pushed everything to the limit. We had prepared the cars for these conditions, but even so, we couldn't make as much progress during the Grand Prix as we had hoped. Managing tyre pace and degradation was very challenging, but nonetheless, Nicholas was able to put together a strong race and manage his tyres well enough to catch Magnussen near the end of the race and claim sixteenth place.

    Alex had a strong start and opening stint and although he wasn't able to make much progress initially, he was able to stay with the pack and give us an opportunity to make progress with strategy. Unfortunately, immediately after his first pitstop he suffered significant damage to the floor, which cost him a lot of aero load. This effect on pace and degradation was stark and ruined Alex's race before it had really begun.


    The layout of the Barcelona circuit, the very high track temperatures and the damage to Alex's car has tested the FW44 to new limits and has given us some good data to highlight where we need to focus our car development efforts. However, our immediate focus turns to Monaco, which will present a whole new set of challenges for the 2022 cars, but which should also give us an opportunity for a much better weekend.


    Nicholas Latifi: We struggled on track today with overall pace, but it was also tough on tyre degradation and physically due to the extreme heat. That being said, I'm happy with the way that we managed the tyres and it's nice to have an aggressive strategy that allowed us to push and race a bit more. I enjoyed chasing down Kevin Magnussen at the end, especially as the Haas is a car that's much faster than us on paper, and although we weren't fighting for points, it's still something to be pleased with.


    Alex Albon: It was a tough day out there; I picked up damage to the floor after my first stop which heavily impacted the car's performance. There was a lot of tyre degradation and I really struggled with speed, especially into a couple of the corners. It's unfortunate as it meant we didn't really stand a chance today, but that's racing sometimes and we'll go again next week in Monaco.


    https://www.pitpass.com/72569/Spanis...notes-Williams


    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Alfa Romeo

    Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN had a strong race in Barcelona, with Valtteri Bottas racing all afternoon in the highest positions and finishing in sixth place. The successful day wasn't complete, however, as Zhou Guanyu was stopped by a technical issue when making steady progress towards a top-ten finish.


    The eight points brought home by Valtteri cement the team's fifth position in the championship, with the gap towards fourth-placed McLaren reduced to 11 points. The team will return to action at the Monaco Grand Prix in a week's time.


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "We experienced another race in which we showed just how quick we can be, and to bring home eight more points, finishing just behind the front runners, is a positive result. We can be pleased about our performance, even more so given that we were not expecting Barcelona to suit us too well, so we can be confident we can be competitive on every race weekend. Valtteri did an excellent race, without putting a wheel wrong and managing his car well. In the end, he was powerless to stop Sainz and Hamilton, on fresher tyres, passing him, but we will take sixth. Unfortunately, we cannot be happy about the technical issue that stopped Zhou.

    He was doing really well, moving up the places and heading to the top ten, when the car let him down. We need to address these issues and fix them, as we have the potential to be scoring with both cars in every race."


    Valtteri Bottas: "We got some good points today and we take plenty of positives home. Our pace throughout the race was really strong and it was nice to be in battles with the big teams ahead – it shows how much progress we are doing and how the upgrades we brought here seem to work well. In the end, we chose to be aggressive and take a risk with the strategy, going for a two-stopper when everyone else went for three: it didn't pay off, as the tyre life of the medium compound was a bit shorter than we anticipated and we struggled at the end, but we still brought home a good result. I'm really looking forward to Monaco now, our car should be pretty good there."



    Zhou Guanyu: "It's disappointing to finish the race ahead of time for the second weekend in a row, especially when we were potentially on the way to a good result. We need to further investigate the issue in detail, both to understand exactly what went on and to prevent it from happening again, since it's hurting us a lot. Until the retirement, I was having a good race, fighting with the midfield guys ahead of me trying to get into the top ten. Let's hope for a better outcome in Monaco, it will be a very interesting weekend."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72568/Spanis...tes-Alfa-Romeo


    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Haas

    Haas F1 Team finished the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday with Mick Schumacher 14th and Kevin Magnussen 17th at the Circuit de Barcelona - Catalunya.


    Schumacher started from 10th place on Pirelli Red soft tires and enjoyed a strong opening lap before settling into a rhythm on a two-stop strategy. Schumacher came in on lap 12 for another set of softs before boxing for a second time on lap 31 for Yellow mediums, emerging firmly in contention for the top 10. Unfortunately for Schumacher he was passed late on by rivals running an alternative strategy and came home in 14th place.


    Magnussen took the start from eighth on soft tires but was involved in a clash on the opening lap with Lewis Hamilton that left the Dane in the gravel. Magnussen recovered but had to make an unscheduled stop on lap one, taking on mediums, which left him towards the rear of the field. Magnussen boxed for a second time on lap 30, switching to White hard tires, and brought the car to the checkered flag in 17th.


    Haas F1 Team maintains eighth place in the Constructors' Championship with 15 points.

    Kevin Magnussen occupies 10th place (15pts) in the Drivers' Championship with Mick Schumacher in 19th position (0pts).


    Kevin Magnussen: "I was on the outside and got hit in Turn 4, had a puncture straight away and that was basically the end of the race. I think we were on a tough strategy because of the first lap incident but when the tires were sort of new, the car was good. On to the next one."


    Mick Schumacher: "It's quite unfortunate. Obviously, we knew it was going to be tight with the two-stop and it didn't quite pay off to stay out so it's something to learn, something to understand and move on from here. It was a great Saturday, and we had a very clean Friday too which is very beneficial. We had a good start, a good first lap and that's all you want from today. Maybe the pace just wasn't there today but hopefully it will next week, so we'll keep pushing."


    Guenther Steiner, Team Principal: "The day didn't go as planned. There were a few things, first of all the interaction between Kevin and [Lewis] Hamilton in Turn 4 which put him out of the race really. With him we just tried to do things on a strategy that if something strange happened, we could maybe do something, but it didn't work. With Mick it was a tough race, it was a very good start, and it all went well, but after six laps we lost a few positions, and then it just went away from us. Not as planned but onwards and upwards."
    https://www.pitpass.com/72560/Spanis...eam-notes-Haas


    Spanish GP: Race team notes - Pirelli

    Red Bull driver Max Verstappen used a three-stop strategy and went from second on the grid to race victory and the championship lead. He alternated between the P Zero Red soft tyre (with which he started the race) and the P Zero Yellow medium, on which he finished it.


    His team mate Sergio Perez and Mercedes driver George Russell, who also finished on the podium, both used a different three-stop strategy: soft-medium-medium-soft.


    Everyone chose to start on the P Zero Red soft tyre, with the exception of Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, who selected the P Zero Yellow medium. Having dropped to the back of the field following contact on the opening lap, Hamilton climbed back to fourth overall thanks to a three-stop strategy - with his first stop after lap one, making it effectively a two-stopper.


    Valtteri Bottas was the highest-placed actual two-stopper, in P6. Just four of the finishers stopped twice, with three different strategies in play.




    Ambient and track temperatures were the highest they had been all weekend today, peaking at 51 degrees centigrade on track. Despite these punishing conditions, the drivers favoured the soft and medium compounds.


    Mario Isola: "This was certainly one of the biggest tests that our new 18-inch tyres have faced all year, thanks to a high-energy circuit with big degradation expected and track temperatures that exceeded 50 degrees centigrade. We can say now that they coped with the challenge very well, and what makes their performance even more impressive is that the drivers concentrated on just the softer tyres nominated here. In particular, the soft tyre was a revelation, with nearly all the drivers choosing it for the start and many of them running the soft for the bulk of the race. There was a wide variety of strategies seen throughout the field, with drivers willing to push the limits and target three stops, adding to the spectacle of an extremely hard-fought race: also because these cars make it easier to overtake. Congratulations to Red Bull for a decisive one-two; now we move on to a very different challenge in Monaco next weekend."


    https://www.pitpass.com/72561/Spanis...-notes-Pirelli
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Entre el caos en el acceso y esto, no es que haya quedado muy buena imagen del GP . Una pena.


    Roban a Vettel en Barcelona, persigue a los ladrones en patinete y se escapan por los pelos


    SportYou NOTICIA23.05.2022 - 17:16h


    Sebastian Vettel sufrió un grave incidente después de la disputa del GP de España. El piloto alemán, que acabó 11º en Montmeló, sufrió el robo de una mochila cuando circulaba por Barcelona.

    Según explica 'El Periódico', el tetracampeón del mundo iba en un Aston Martin (su equipo) de calle cuando, al bajarse un instante del coche, unos ladrones aprovecharon para sustraerle la bolsa. En el interior de la misma, además de diversa documentación, ropa y otros objetos, había unos airpods gracias a los que pudo perseguir a los cacos.

    Vettel llevaba su móvil, un iPhone, encima, por lo que activó la geolocalización de los auriculares, cogió un patinete eléctrico y no dudó en seguir la señal hasta la zona de Ciutat Vella y, en concreto, al Raval. Mientras emprendía la persecución, llamó a las autoridades y aunque los Mossos D'Esquadra le pidieron que les dejase tomar a ellos las riendas y abandonase la zona, él se negó.

    La mochila no apareció, pero sí los auriculares en una tienda de segunda mano. Todo apunta a que los ladrones, al abrir la mochila, encontraron estos airpods y conscientes de que podían ser localizados se apresuraron a deshacerse de ellos.

    Es el último incidente de un fin de semana complicado para la Fórmula 1 en Montmeló. La afición sufrió los serios problemas de organización en el Circuit, tanto de transporte como de logística, hasta el punto de que sufrieron problemas de desabastecimiento de agua en uno de los fines de semana más calurosos del año.

    https://www.20minutos.es/deportes/no...lona-patinete/

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    Los números del G.P de España 2022:





































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    2022 ESPAÑA - PDFs


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    La habitual sesión de gráficas de carrera.

    GP de España 2022 :

    Posiciones por vuelta y compuesto


    Uso de compuestos


    Tiempos de Clasificatorias, vueltas promedio y vueltas rápidas




    Mejores sectores y vuelta ideal




    Velocidades máximas




    Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos:


    Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de todos


    Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros


    Stints de las Velocidades vuelta a vuelta de los diez primeros


    Tiempos por vuelta de todos


    Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de todos


    Tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros


    Stints de los tiempos por vuelta de los diez primeros


    Tiempos del primer sector de todos


    Stints de los tiempos del primer sector de todos


    Tiempos del primer sector de los diez primeros


    Stints de los tiempos del primer sector de los diez primeros


    Tiempos del segundo sector de todos


    Tiempos del segundo sector de los diez primeros


    Tiempos del segundo sector de los diez primeros (ampliación)


    Tiempos del tercer sector de todos


    Stints de los tiempos del tercer sector de todos


    Tiempos del tercer sector de los diez primeros


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    Ritmo promedio de todos


    Ritmo promedio de los diez primeros


    Tiempos compensados de todos (compensación peso gasolina)


    Stints de los tiempos compensados de todos


    Tiempos compensados de los diez primeros


    Stints de los tiempos compensados de los diez primeros


    Distancias entre todos los pilotos


    Distancias entre los diez primeros


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Red Bull, Mercedes y Ferrari


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Ferrari y Alfa Romeo


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Ferrari, Alfa Romeo y Alpine


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Alfa Romeo, Alpine y McLaren


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Alpine, McLaren y AlphaTauri


    Tiempos por vuelta de los McLaren, AlphaTauri y Aston Martin


    Tiempos por vuelta de los AlphaTauri, Aston Martin y Haas


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Aston Martin, Haas y Williams


    Tiempos por vuelta de los motorizados Mercedes


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    Huella de carrera de todos


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    Ritmo Absoluto de todos


    Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de todos


    Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros


    Stints de Ritmo Absoluto de los diez primeros


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


    [b]Rendimientos/b]


    Comparación vueltas de Perez y Russell


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    Comparación vueltas de Russell y Sainz


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    Comparación vueltas de Alonso y Tsunoda


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    Rendimientos globales en Carrera


    Rendimientos con compuestos prime, duros o C1


    Rendimientos con compuestos option, medios o C2


    Ampliación para Leclerc


    Rendimientos con compuestos extra, blandos o C3


    Ampliación para Magnussen





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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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    Las novedades técnicas captadas por N. Carpentiers:

    https://f1i.autojournal.fr/magazine/...-bonne-etoile/
    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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    Causa de la retirada de LEC, daños en la turbina y MGU-H:

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/l...lure/10309777/
    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    Alonso carried his Renault to third place in Singapore. After Vettel and Rosberg wrecked their own races, he seized a podium from a car that did not deserve it.

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

    "Alonso has been brilliant all weekend, absolutely brilliant". "A driver not always easyto love, but very easy to admire".

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    "El Champiñonato de Destructores"









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    No os perdáis el resumen que hace Connor .


    https://twitter.com/startonpole/stat...Ya3NV1bk3oD6eA

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