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    Condiciones de la pista para este experimiento de calificación con neumáticos blandos obligatorios para todos.




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    Verstappen lleva la última evolución del fondo plano del Red Bull. Checo no.







    https://twitter.com/AlbertFabrega/st...576335874?s=20

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    Tras los libres, Alonso se quejó de subviraje. Para intentar eliminarlo, han cambiado radicalmente la configuración de su coche para la calificación.

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    Max ha sido el más rápido en la Q1 seguido por Hamilton a tan sólo 35 milésimas aunque la pista ha mejorado mucho al final, que es cuando Hamilton ha marcado su tiempo mientras que Verstappen lo ha hecho al principio.

    Sainz pasa el corte en 6ª posición y Fernando, que se sigue quejando de subviraje, también pasa al terminar 11º.

    Russell vuelve a pasar a Q2 y Kimi vuelve a quedarse fuera.

    Los eliminados en Q1 son:


    16 Tsunoda
    17 Raikkónen
    18 Latiffi
    19 Schumacher
    20 Mazepin.



    Tiempos completos de la Q1.




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    En Q2 el más rápido ha sido Hamilton, que no quiere que Verstappen le agüe la fiesta en su circuito fetiche. Max ha terminado segundo a casi 3 décimas. Bottas termina 3º ya a 7 décimas.

    Carlos termina 4º, justo por delante de Leclerc.

    Fernando se queda fuera por muy poco y saldrá mañana 11º. Ocon tampoco ha pasado el corte.

    Tremendo Russell, que pasa a Q3 al terminar 7º.

    Los eliminados en Q2 son:


    11 Alonso
    12 Gasly
    13 Ocon
    14 Giovinazzi
    15 Stroll.



    Los tiempos completos de Q2 son:




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    Ha sido bonito volver a oir rugir las gradas. Lo han hecho cuando han visto a Russell pasar a Q3.




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    El primer intento en Q3 termina con Hamilton primero seguido de Verstappen, que no está muy contento con el comportamiento de su coche.


    Verstappen: "I don't get what's going on... the car is understeering to the moon".

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    FORMULA 1 PIRELLI BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2021 - Silverstone
    Resultados Sesión de CALIFICACIÓN
    Viernes, 16 de julio de 2021


    Lewis HAMILTON ha sido el más rápido de la sesión de calificación aunque no ha logrando la pole del GP, sino lo que han llamado el «Pirelli Speed King Award» . Un error en su segundo intento en Q3 no le permitió mejorar su tiempo del primer intento que le ha servido para poder salir mañana desde la primera posición en la calificación al sprint.

    VERSTAPPEN ha tenido que conformarse con la segunda plaza. Ha comentado que ha tenido subviraje durante toda la sesión, lo que le ha impedido hacer un mejor tiempo.

    La segunda línea de salida estará formada por BOTTAS y LECLERC, que ha logrado terminar por delante de Checo PÉREZ, que vuelve a quedar demasiado lejos de su compañero y sin poder «molestar» en la salida a alguno de los Mercedes.

    La 6ª y 7ª posición ha sido para los McLaren de NORRIS y RICCIARDO, que han terminado separados por tan sólo 2 milésimas.

    Tras ellos ha finalizado RUSSELL, que ha vuelto a brillar en calificación. Ojala tenga un buen día mañana, aunque sería una pena que lograra terminar entre los 10 primeros sin poder pillar algún punto.

    SAINZ y VETTEL cierran las 10 primeras plazas.

    La posición 11ª ha sido para ALONSO, que se ha quejado de haber salido en tráfico.





























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    Hamilton ha comentado que ha pasado la mañana en el simulador de la fábrica para compensar, en cierto modo, el tener sólo una hora de entrenamientos antes de la calificación.

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    Diferencia entre compuestos.




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    Z. Brown, ha dado positivo por SARS-CoV-2:

    https://www.pitpass.com/70264/Zak-Br...tive-for-Covid


    Pues aún así ha cumplido con sus compromisos y ha estado en la rueda de prensa de hoy tal y como estaba previsto.







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    Los conferenciantes del jueves y el viernes.



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    Recordatorio de los inusuales horarios de este GP (Horarios CEE, España)


    Pues menos mal que lo pusiste bien clarito porque los de DAZN no sabían a qué hora eran las sesiones de mañana y han dicho que eran a las 3 y a las 5 y media.

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    Los números de hoy:

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    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Treino de classificação do GP da Inglaterra – Mundial de Formula 1 – 2021

    A sessão de classificação em Silverstone parecia ter rumos certos para Max Verstappen largar na pole position na corrida Sprint de amanhã, mas a sorte mudou para o lado de Lewis Hamilton no Q3 e o resultado foi à conquista da 1ªposição do piloto inglês para amanhã.

    A sessão de sexta-feira começou no final da tarde no circuito de Silverstone. Todos com os pneus macios, mais os favoritos foram para a pista depois. Lando Norris chegou a liderar a sessão, com uma surpreendente 2ªposição de Antonio Giovinazzi, na frente de Pierre Gasly.

    Norris ficou na frente até Hamilton marcar 1:27.160 e assumir a liderança com 327 milésimos de frente para Valtteri Bottas e 563 milésimos a frente de Charles Leclerc (3ºColocado). Porém, Verstappen ainda estava começando sua volta, era questão de tempo para ele marcar o melhor tempo, com 1:26.751 a 9:15 do final do Q1.

    Esteban Ocon com um novo chassi dá mostras de melhora no seu desempenho, o Francês subiu para a 6ªposição. Isso empurrou Sainz jr. para a zona dos eliminados. Porém, o espanhol estava em volta rápida e passou para a 4ªposição, mas Leclerc não conseguiu melhorar, pois acabou perdendo o carro na última curva e teve sua volta anulada.

    A 4 minutos do final, Daniel Ricciardo estava entre os eliminados, junto de Raikkonen, Latifi, Mick Schumacher e Nikita Mazepin. A 2 minutos do final, Gasly faz um belo tempo e sobe para a 6ªposição.

    Nessa altura, todo mundo buscava tempo para se garantir no Q2, George Russell que estava na bolha, tira tudo do carro da Williams para se colocar na 8ªposição, mas Giovinazzi, Vettel e Ocon que estavam também no risco marcaram ótimas marcas e se garantiram entre 15 primeiros.


    Max Verstappen acabou sendo o mais rápido, seguido de Hamilton, Leclerc e Perez que marcaram excelentes voltas na reta final. A Classificação terminou para Yuki Tsunoda, Kimi Raikkonen, Nicholas Latifi, Mick Schumacher e Nikita Mazepin.

    Resultado do Q1:
    pos piloto Equipe Chassis Motor Tempo
    1 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 1:26.751
    2 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.786
    3 16 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:27.051
    4 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 1:27.121
    5 3 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.323
    6 55 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:27.337
    7 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:27.415
    8 4 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.444
    9 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.487
    10 5 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.493
    11 14 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:27.580
    12 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 1:27.595
    13 10 Pierre Gasly Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 1:27.600
    14 63 George Russell Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.671
    15 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:28.017
    16 22 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 1:28.043
    17 7 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 1:28.062
    18 6 Nicholas Latifi Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:28.254
    19 47 Mick Schumacher Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1:28.738
    20 9 Nikita Mazepin Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1:29.051

    No Q2, os pilotos da Mercedes e da Mclaren fizeram as primeiras marcas. Com Lewis na frente com 1:26.602, Bottas em 2º esta a 164 milésimos do ponteiro, Ricciardo e Norris, números 3 e 4 vinham em 3º e 4ºlugares.
    A 10 minutos do final, Verstappen fez um excelente 3ºsetor e superou a concorrência para fazer o primeiro tempo, com a marca de 1:26.504. 1 minuto e meio depois, Perez da Red Bull e Vettel da Aston Martin passaram para a 4ª e 5ªposições.

    Naquele momento: Verstappen, Hamilton, Bottas, Perez, Vettel, Ricciardo, Norris, Ocon, Gasly e Russell estavam classificados. Porém, Sainz jr. e Leclerc estavam sem tempo e foram para a pista para marcarem uma volta rápida.

    Ao terminarem suas voltas, Leclerc passou para a 7ªposição e logo depois foi superado por Carlos Sainz jr. a 6:30 do final. Gasly e Russell foram chutados para fora da zona de classificação. Alonso, Stroll e Giovinazzi também estavam eliminados.

    A 3 minutos do final, todo mundo vai para a pista em busca da última tentativa. Nessa última tentativa, o destaque ficou para a brilhante volta de George Russell da Williams, com um 7ºlugar, classificando para o Q3 pela segunda vez seguida. Tá muito na cara que o piloto tem muito a ver com esse sucesso, mas que o carro também melhorou para que isso fosse possível.


    Hamilton acabou marcando o melhor tempo no Q2, com Verstappen, Bottas, Sainz jr. e Leclerc melhorando seus tempos e colocando a Ferrari em 4º e 5ºlugares, Perez, Russell, Vettel, Ricciardo e no limite ficou Lando Norris em 10º. Os eliminados foram Fernando Alonso (Alpine), Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri), Esteban Ocon (Alpine), Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) e Lance Stroll (Aston Martin).

    Resultado no Q2:

    pos piloto Equipe Chassis Motor Tempo
    1 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.023
    2 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 1:26.315
    3 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.764
    4 55 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:26.848
    5 16 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:26.919
    6 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 1:27.073
    7 63 George Russell Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.080
    8 5 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.103
    9 3 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.125
    10 4 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.220
    11 14 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:27.245
    12 10 Pierre Gasly Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 1:27.273
    13 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:27.340
    14 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 1:27.617
    15 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.665
    O Q3 acabou sendo marcado pela batalha de Lewis Hamilton contra Max Verstappen, com toda a torcida jogando a favor do piloto da Mercedes.

    Com 2 minutos, todos saíram para a primeira tentativa (com exceção de George Russell). Nessa primeira tentativa, acabou Hamilton (1:26.134) sendo mais rápido que Verstappen. Bottas vinha em 3º, Perez em 4º e Norris fechando as 5 primeiras posições. Ricciardo, Leclerc, Sainz jr. e Vettel completavam os pilotos que marcaram tempo.

    George Russell foi para a pista a 5 minutos do final e fez sua volta, a única volta e foi uma grande volta, colocando se na 7ªposição.

    A dois minutos do final, todo mundo foi para a última tentativa. Nessa história, Hamilton fez 2 brilhantes parciais, mas errou na terceira não conseguiu melhorar sua marca. A sorte foi que Verstappen acabou melhorando seu tempo, mas ficou a 75 milésimos atrás de Hamilton, que vai largar na primeira posição na corrida de classificação. Foi uma festa para a torcida inglesa, que poderá ver o seu piloto na pole position, principalmente num momento em que 3 jogadores negros que erraram seus pênaltis na decisão da Eurocopa e foram xingados por racistas. Esse é um momento importante para um piloto negro dá uma resposta a esses idiotas que julgam a pessoa pela sua raça.


    Max Verstappen vai largar ao seu lado na primeira fila. Valtteri Bottas abre a segunda fila. Na volta final, o finlandês melhora sua marca e acabou chegando perto dos dois primeiros colocados. Charles Leclerc teve um belo desempenho no final e acabou pulando da 8ª para a 4ªposição.

    Sergio Perez acabou ficando com a 5ªposição e vai abrir a terceira fila e terá a companhia de Lando Norris. Daniel Ricciardo da Mclaren e George Russell da Williams formam a quarta fila. Completando os 10 primeiros colocados o espanhol Carlos Sainz jr. da Ferrari e o Alemão Sebastian Vettel da Aston Martin.


    A Primeira corrida de classificação da história da Formula 1 será realizada a 12:30, horário de Brasília. Serão 100 km ou 30 minutos para a definição da pole position.
    Resultado da Classificação:
    pos piloto Equipe Chassis Motor Tempo Voltas
    1 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.134 23
    2 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 1:26.209 16
    3 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.328 22
    4 16 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:26.828 20
    5 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 1:26.844 17
    6 4 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.897 20
    7 3 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.899 22
    8 63 George Russell Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:26.971 17
    9 55 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:27.007 21
    10 5 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.179 15
    11 14 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:27.245 12
    12 10 Pierre Gasly Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 1:27.273 14
    13 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:27.340 12
    14 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 1:27.617 15
    15 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:27.665 12
    16 22 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 1:28.043 10
    17 7 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 1:28.062 9
    18 6 Nicholas Latifi Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:28.254 8
    19 47 Mick Schumacher Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1:28.738 10
    20 9 Nikita Mazepin Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1:29.051 9
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    Texto: Deivison da Conceição da Silva
    Fotos: Mercedes/Red Bull/Mclaren/Aston Martin/Alpine/Ferrari/Alpha Tauri/Alfa Romeo/Haas/Williams
    fonte: http://portalsportszone.com.br/trein...ormula-1-2021/

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    Impresiones de los equipos después de la sesión de "Clasificación":

    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Mercedes

    Lewis set the fastest time in Q3 with an impressive lap to ensure he starts tomorrow's inaugural F1 Sprint Race in first position. Valtteri took P3, just two tenths behind, having set his time in clean air on the final run.

    Both drivers made strong gains from the day's only Practice session and took to the track in front of the biggest crowd of the year under blue skies at Silverstone.


    Today marked the first qualifying session of the new weekend format being trialled by F1, with a 100km sprint race tomorrow setting the order for Sunday's Grand Prix.


    Lewis Hamilton: I am so grateful to see everyone here - to come to the Silverstone Grand Prix and have a full crowd and see the energy is amazing. When I was coming into this weekend, I was hopeful that with the great work we have done together in the team, plus the energy of the fans, it would get us there.


    Red Bull were very quick in the practice session but we were just staying focused on our job and trying to layer up - I was in the sim this morning as a practice session because it's the first time ever we have had a morning free. I was just putting in the time, trying to give absolutely everything and leave no stone unturned.


    We've been working so hard, putting so much effort and time in - at the track, on the sim, in the factory - just trying to stay centred and squeeze every last thing out of this car. It's been such a difficult time for everyone and we finally got all the fans here at the British Grand Prix, and the desire to want to deliver for everyone is beyond belief.


    Valtteri Bottas: I think the last lap was really good, I was the first one out in free air with no tow so if I consider that, it was a good lap. As a team we are at the front in the fight which is great to see - Red Bull looked strong in Practice and it was a bit worrying but it's all to play for.


    Today was only Qualifying, we have the Sprint Race tomorrow with lots of opportunities and I'm looking forward to it - as a team we'll try to get the best result. It was great to feel the energy and the atmosphere of the crowd today, it's really cool to see the fans here.


    Andrew Shovlin: Well done to Lewis on another pole position; they haven't been easy to come by this year but it was a solid job throughout and a relief that his first lap in the final session was enough to secure the top spot. Our morning was focused on learning; there's simply too much work to fit into one hour but we managed to do a decent mix of long run and single lap work. Our single lap pace was uninspiring in Practice but we managed to find a direction to improve grip and balance going into Qualifying which showed in the timesheets. Valtteri's final run was a good lap but compromised by being first car out; we'll review our timing on that as we could have potentially secured the front row had we found him a car in front. Overall, the pace was strong from both cars and that's reassuring given that we've had a tough time in recent qualifying sessions.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70286/Britis...notes-Mercedes


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Red Bull

    Max Verstappen: "Of course I am disappointed because I wanted to start first tomorrow but we have the sprint qualifying race to decide the main grid and then Sunday as well so we will try and get them back. Overall, the car was handling quite well but we just had a lot of understeer and I couldn't really attack the corners as I was waiting for the front to grip up. It was a bit of a weird feeling to drive and I don't think it was set-up or front wing related, so maybe front tyres, but we will look at it and it's nothing dramatic. To be this close is still very good for us on a track we expected Mercedes to be very strong and we know we have a good race car so I'm still confident for the rest of the weekend."

    Sergio Perez: "I ran wide into Turn 15 and my best lap time was deleted which is a bit of a shame but those are the rules and luckily I only lost one place. P4 would have been a bit better but we have the sprint race to make it further up the grid for Sunday so still there is plenty to play for. We improved the car a lot as the day went on but I found a bit of a difference in the balance at the end of Q3 and couldn't get the most out of the car. I'm looking forward to tomorrow as it will be interesting to see what happens with the new sprint format and how much progress we are able to make in that race."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70283/Britis...notes-Red-Bull


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "Tricky day with this different format, just because of the time limits you have. With less track time than we're used to, it makes it much more challenging to know what decisions to make, and you take a couple more gambles based on the information you have. Saying that, I don't think we could've done a lot better than sixth. Maybe there was something here or there, but at the end of the day I'm satisfied with where we are. We have FP2 tomorrow to prepare for the sprint, so we'll see what we can do."

    Daniel Ricciardo: "On the whole it was a really positive day. I had really good speed all through qualifying, made some good steps and felt good with the car, so that's important. I can't help but feel frustrated because it's so close to P4 and it's always when you're at the back of the close pack that you feel it most. But anyway, it's progress, it's good, it's positive. It's always easy to find that half a tenth with hindsight and I feel it probably was there.


    "Sprint qualifying tomorrow, we'll see what happens, get a good start, make some positions and get up to fourth, where I believe we could've been today. That's the plan tomorrow."


    Andrea Stella, Executive Director, Racing: "Interesting day! The practice session this afternoon was intense, but we got through our programme and were well prepared for qualifying. Qualifying itself was very, very competitive, with several teams producing good lap-times, making getting through the sessions by no means a foregone conclusion. Ultimately, we managed to make it into Q3 with both cars, Lando and Daniel drove very well and we're very happy with the positions. It's only the first step of a longer weekend, however, and we're looking forward to sprint qualifying and the race."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70287/Britis...-notes-McLaren


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Aston Martin

    Sebastian Vettel: "I would have liked to end Q3 higher up because the car has looked competitive and the pace came quite easily today. Overall, it was a decent session: I was happy with my best lap in Q2, but in Q3 I struggled to find more from the car. So I think we could have been a few places higher up. It was great to see the big crowd here today and I guess the new format made Friday more interesting for the fans."

    Lance Stroll: "P15 is not how we wanted to start our home event, but there is an opportunity to improve tomorrow thanks to the Sprint Race format. I was not totally comfortable in the car during practice, but I think we made some progress in qualifying, although it was not enough to make Q3. It was a challenge to only have one practice session today before qualifying, but it is the same for everyone. We will go away tonight and learn from today to make sure we maximise the second practice session before Sprint Qualifying."


    Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "We had some technical difficulties with Lance's car in Q1, which necessitated our having to make some changes to it for Q2. He did his best with that new set-up in Q2, but he was hampered by oversteer at Maggotts and Becketts, as a result of which he was not able to progress to Q3. Sebastian was happier with his car and, benefiting from a few tenths advantage of a fresh engine, duly made it through to Q3, although on his best Q3 lap he lost a small amount of time at Turns Six and Seven, and Turns 11 and 12. But what matters most now is converting today's results into as good a performance as possible in tomorrow's Sprint Race Qualifying, so as to optimise our chances of scoring solid points in Sunday's feature race."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70282/Britis...s-Aston-Martin


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Alpine

    Alpine F1 Team will line up for tomorrow's first-ever Sprint Qualifying at the British Grand Prix with Fernando Alonso eleventh and Esteban Ocon thirteenth on the grid.After a one-hour practice session this morning, both drivers were thrown into the three-part Qualifying session around the legendary Silverstone track to determine the grid for tomorrow's 17-lap Sprint Qualifying.


    Fernando missed out on a spot in Q3 by just 0.025secs with Esteban under one tenth adrift of the Spaniard's time after a tight session in front of a raucous, sell-out British crowd.


    Fernando was quick out of the garage in Q1 to have a first feel for Soft tyres on low fuel. He settled into the session with his second run good enough for fourth on a 1min 27.580secs. Esteban too felt happy with his A521 early in the session and he was comfortably through Q1 on his second run with a 1min 27.415secs.


    For Q2, Esteban slotted into tenth on his first run with Fernando behind after meeting traffic on his lap. A scrappy out lap on their second runs with all 15 cars jostling for track position hindered both drivers' chances of making any progress. Fernando improved his lap-time to take eleventh with Esteban unable to better his first effort, finishing in thirteenth place.


    Both drivers have an opportunity to progress further on the starting grid for Sunday's 52-lap race when Formula 1's first ever Sprint Qualifying takes place tomorrow at 16:30 local time.


    Esteban Ocon: "Overall, I'm pleased with today even if the result is slightly disappointing. I'm happy to see that we're back on the pace and getting the maximum out of the car. Thanks to everyone at Enstone, Viry and at the track for all their hard work over the last week. Qualifying was going well until the last run, when we had a messy out lap. That was a shame as we were quick enough for Q3 today. It's all to play for tomorrow in Sprint Qualifying."


    Fernando Alonso: "It was tricky today, but I think we had a little bit more pace in the car to get into Q3. The traffic was quite difficult to manage and the out laps in Q2 were a bit messy. It was unfortunate to be out before Q3, but it's a new format this weekend. We have another opportunity tomorrow to gain places on the grid until we race on Sunday. Let's see what we can learn and improve ready for tomorrow. The atmosphere was amazing today and it really felt like we were racing so I hope the fans enjoyed it."


    Davide Brivio, Racing Director: "It's been a good qualifying; even if we didn't go through to Q3. In reality, we were very close to it. We had the potential to be there, but a little bit of traffic was just enough to knock us out. So, we start eleventh and thirteenth on the grid, but we have another chance tomorrow with the Sprint Qualifying to improve our position for the main race. We need to go in with a positive approach, use it as an opportunity and try to use it to our advantage to gain some places."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70278/Britis...m-notes-Alpine


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Ferrari

    Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will start from fourth and ninth on the grid in tomorrow's Sprint Qualifying that gets underway tomorrow at 16.30 local (17.30 CET), the result of which decides the grid for the 72nd British Grand Prix to count towards the Formula 1 World Championship.

    It was a good qualifying for Scuderia Ferrari with both its cars making it through to the final phase, on a track that is very demanding for car and driver. As has usually been the case this season, the midfield was closely contested down to the nearest thousandth of a second. That can be seen from the fact there is less than two tenths separating Charles and Carlos, but four other cars split the two SF21s on the time sheet. Leclerc was quickest of those behind the two teams leading the championship. Carlos is not that much further back and in tomorrow's Sprint Qualifying, run over 17 laps equivalent to around 100 kilometres, he can aim at moving up the order on the grid for Sunday's Grand Prix.


    Charles Leclerc: I'm very happy with today's result. Going into qualifying with so little preparation makes things a bit more tricky, but also exciting. We did a good job in maximizing the potential of our car. Overall, I felt confident, especially in Q1. In Q2, I was not at the level that I wanted to be, but I regained my confidence and pace for the final session, finishing in P4. I think it was the best result we could have hoped for.
    In terms of expectations for tomorrow, we have to wait and see. We are all heading into an unknown - to battle it out in the first Sprint Qualifying in Formula 1. We will use FP2 to prepare as well as we can, and give it our all to bring home the best possible result.


    Carlos Sainz: I'm not fully satisfied with this quali. I had a good feeling with the car from the start of the session, building confidence every lap up to Q2, where I put together a strong lap time to make it into Q3. In the very last attempt however, I struggled a bit more and a couple of small mistakes here and there meant I couldn't match that lap from Q2, losing a tenth or so that unfortunately today was very costly, as it was extremely tight. It is a pity, because the car had the pace and the lap time was there.


    The Sprint Qualifying gives us a good opportunity to push tomorrow, though. Time to focus on that. The weekend is far from over yet and I will give it my all until the end.


    Laurent Mekies: A good qualifying for us on the very demanding Silverstone track.

    There was a very close fight throughout the session for those behind the top three. In Q3, the smallest of gaps meant the difference between being on the second or fifth rows and our drivers finished at either end of this group of six drivers.


    Charles did a very good job all day and fourth place was a nice reward. A shame for Carlos who had the speed to be a bit further up the grid for tomorrow.


    We had prepared carefully for this weekend, the first with the new format and I think we saw the fruits of our efforts. We know that here more than ever, race pace is more important than performance over a single lap and that on a track like this, it is the most difficult challenge facing us. Now we must concentrate on the second round, namely Sprint Qualifying, which presents new challenges to the teams and drivers. We will have to do a good job and make the most of the second free practice to be as well prepared for this major new element of the weekend, without forgetting that the Grand Prix is on Sunday.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70285/Britis...-notes-Ferrari


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "Since FP1 we've struggled with the car balance, far more than usual. We made some changes for Qualifying, but it just wasn't enough. I was happy with my lap in Q2 but as I crossed the line, I knew it wasn't going to be enough, it was just so tight out there today. I think it's going to be hard the next few days, because we can't make changes to the car anymore. We only have FP2 to understand the tyre better ahead of the Sprint Qualifying and Sunday's race, but we'll fight as hard as always, it's a different format and lots of things can happen, you never know."

    Yuki Tsunoda: "After FP1 I'd started to get used to the circuit, but I had a lot of traffic and never managed to put together a perfect lap. So, going into Qualifying after just one session was always going to be difficult. It's a shame to be out in Q1 today, but the field was really tight at the end and I struggled again with traffic on my final push lap. Starting tomorrow from P16 I think will be difficult, but I'll give it everything I've got during Sprint Qualifying and we'll see what I can do."


    Jonathan Eddolls (Chief Race Engineer): "It's been a tough day for us here in Silverstone. We haven't been able to show the performance we expected or had demonstrated at previous races. With the new Sprint Qualifying format, FP1 was focused on normal Qualifying preparation and sustainable running. The performance on the Mediums was aligned to our expectations, but when fitting the Softs we struggled more than we expected. We analysed the data and made some changes for Qualifying, but without the usual sessions before entering Parc Ferme, we weren't able to tune the car as much as we would do normally. The changes made did improve the car, but they were not enough to enter into Q3. Yuki was looking set to progress into Q2, but a traffic jam in the last corner when starting his final lap cost him nearly 0.2s before turn one - he did well to make most of this time back, but sadly it was not enough. Pierre's laps were clean, but we just didn't have the pace today, so we really need to work on understanding this, as it's still not clear to us why we are struggling. We now have another practice session to focus more on long run performance and tyres, so I am confident we can extract more from the car in Sprint Qualifying and eventually the race."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70279/Britis...tes-AlphaTauri


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Alfa Romeo

    Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN had a car in Q2 in the first ever qualifying using the "Sprint" format, with Antonio Giovinazzi finishing the session in P14. Team-mate Kimi Raikkonen set the 17th time, ending his involvement in the session in Q1, but both will aim to make up ground in tomorrow's 100km Sprint.

    With today's session setting the grid for the novel session and drivers approaching qualifying with just one hour of free practice under their belts, the team approached the session aiming to make the most of the C41's performance after a good practice.


    In the first segment, Antonio delivered a strong lap to finish 11th, while Kimi was unable to make progress and had to bow out, less than a tenth away from the safety of P15. Having made the cut, Antonio - who is entering the 50th race of his career this weekend - then set the 14th fastest lap of the session, edging Aston Martin's Lance Stroll for a spot on the seventh row.


    With the grid for the Sprint now set, tomorrow's race will, in turn, establish the starting order for Sunday's race. Having made good progress in all races so far this season, we enter Saturday confident we can make up some ground and give ourselves a good chance for points in this weekend's showdown event.

    Every time we enter qualifying, we aim to place two cars in Q2 as a minimum objective: and even though we have made a big step forward compared to where we were when we raced in Silverstone last year, the margins are so thin that just a tiny gap means you miss out.

    Antonio did a good job in Q1 but unfortunately Kimi couldn't make the cut. In Q2, we were able to leave one of the Aston Martins behind but that was as far as we could go. We remain confident, however: our race pace has been stronger than our single lap's so far, and if we can make up some places in tomorrow's Sprint, we can be in a good position to mount a challenge for the points on Sunday."


    Kimi Raikkonen: "We were hoping for more so to be out in Q1 is not great: there wasn't anything particularly wrong with the lap, but there was simply no more I could get. Now let's focus on the Sprint race: it's a new format so let's see what we can get from it. We need to do our best and make up some places as we have done in previous races to give ourselves a better shot on Sunday."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "It was quite a peculiar day, but it was fun to have just one hour of practice and then go straight into qualifying. Once again, we were strong enough to get into Q2, but that was pretty much as far as we could go. We were a bit too far from Q3 today. Let's see how it goes tomorrow: the Sprint will be important for Sunday and we approach it with a simple strategy - get positions on lap one but try not to take too many risks. Making progress after the start won't be easy with no stops, but we can still aim to gain ground in the opening stages."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70281/Britis...tes-Alfa-Romeo


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team drivers Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin qualified 19th and 20th, respectively, for Saturday's inaugural 100km Sprint event - the result of which will then determine the grid for Sunday's British Grand Prix, Round 10 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship hosted at Silverstone Circuit, England.

    Schumacher and Mazepin exited knockout qualifying after Q1 - with only the top-15 moving on to Q2. Armed with two sets of Pirelli P Zero Red soft tires the team wasted little time in releasing the VF-21's when the session commenced. Schumacher opened his account with a 1:29.846 followed by a 1:29.549 on his first set. Mazepin clocked a 1:30.065 then a 1:29.940 before returning to the pits. With their second set of softs bolted on, Schumacher improved again with a 1:28.738 tour while Mazepin dropped his best lap to a 1:29.051 - the rookies lining up P19 and P20 for Saturday's Sprint.
    Much to the delight of the British crowd Lewis Hamilton scored the pole for the Sprint with a flying lap of 1:26.134 in the Mercedes - the seven-time F1 world champion .075 of a second faster than current points leader Max Verstappen of Red Bull Racing.


    Prior to Friday qualifying drivers had just one 60-minute free practice session to dial in their cars around the 5.891-kilometer (3.66-mile), 18-turn circuit. Mazepin and Schumacher worked their way through one set of mediums and two sets of softs with some baseline running and qualifying sims. Schumacher's fastest lap in FP1 was a 1:29.227 (P17) with Mazepin recording a best lap of 1:29.808 (P19) - both drivers running the soft rubber on their hot laps.


    Nikita Mazepin: "It was one of our better qualifying performances in terms of the balance. I think after having a very frustrating second race in Austria, it was good to get that. It feels a little like Formula 2, where I came from. I have great memories from Formula 2 here last year when I won my first race. There's loads of similarities and I have to say I really like this environment. I generally really like how the weekend goes and I think you just need to see how many people have come out on a Friday, I've never seen that before in my life - so it was really cool to be out there."


    Mick Schumacher: "It was positive in one way because we made some changes that felt good, but obviously the pace we have is unfortunately all we've got. Of course, we could've improved here or there but generally it wasn't possible to get into Q2. Still, the work is not done yet. We will keep on pushing, keep on trying and keep working on ourselves. It was interesting to see how everybody was excited to try something new and I'm excited to see how sprint qualifying will go. It's a chance for us if some cars have issues, we might profit from that. As long as we are in the race, we're in contention of starting a bit further ahead than we are now, so fingers crossed and let's go forwards."


    Guenther Steiner: "It was a great day today at Silverstone with the crowds back again and Lewis (Hamilton) going on pole for the Sprint - fantastic for the sport. We did our best and more was not possible. We didn't damage anything, and now we're getting ready for tomorrow for the new format of Sprint qualifying. We'll see if there is something for us there. We will try our best."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70277/Britis...eam-notes-Haas


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Williams

    George Russell qualified 8th and Nicholas Latifi 18th ahead of Sprint Qualifying at the British Grand Prix. George secured his personal best qualifying with the team and got himself into Q3 for a second consecutive weekend, setting a 1:26.971 in the last session. Nicholas continued to improve throughout the session, posting his quickest time on his final run with a 1:28.254.

    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: Today has been a busy but exciting day. We felt that we struggled a little in FP1, but we were happy that we had done the work that we needed to in order to set the car up ready for Saturday and Sunday. Going into Qualifying we made a few minor changes to the cars to suit the cooler track temperature and calmer wind conditions.


    From the first run in Qualifying, both drivers were happy with their cars and were confident to push harder each lap. Nicholas was losing time on the straights compared to George and this is something that we need to investigate because it wasn't expected. George benefited from having five sets of tyres in the session and was able to improve with each lap. His final lap in Q3, at his home race and with the circuit to himself was great to see and he made the most of the opportunity with yet another excellent qualifying lap.


    With the cars now in Parc Ferme, our attention turns to finalising the plans for FP2 and tomorrow's inaugural Sprint Qualifying session. We can't change much on the car, but there are still a lot of decision to be made, which could determine the final grid for Sunday's Grand Prix.


    There is still a long way to go this weekend, but we are pleased with our start and we are looking forward to seeing how the strategies unfold over the next two days.


    George Russell: It was our best qualifying session, and to do it in front of a home crowd was such an amazing feeling. This morning in FP1 I had no confidence with the car, and here we are in P8! Following practice, we had a decision to make to try and improve the car or stick to our guns and hope the track came towards us, which it did. Everything got in a much nicer window and I felt confident and comfortable out there which allowed me to get that extra tenth or two. Ultimately, we did a fantastic job to get there and it is about tomorrow now. It is not going to be easy, but we need to be aggressive and get on the front foot.


    Nicholas Latifi: The car was feeling good and I could have done a better lap if the car balance had been in a slightly better window but overall, I am quite pleased. When I finished the lap, I was happy and then frustrated. Happy as a I felt it was a good lap but frustrated that it was slow. We have both the Sprint Qualifying and the Grand Prix itself to move forwards and we have FP2 to try and see if we can improve the issue, so that's what we are going to focus on.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70280/Britis...notes-Williams


    British GP: Qualifying team notes - Pirelli

    Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton made history by claiming pole position for the very first sprint qualifying to be held in Formula 1. The Englishman set a best time of 1m26.134s on the P Zero Red soft C3 tyre, ahead of Red Bull's Max Verstappen.

    As the fastest driver in qualifying, Hamilton also claimed the inaugural Pirelli Speed King Award, which replaces the Pirelli Pole Position Award on events with sprint qualifying.

    The driver starting Sunday's grand prix from pole position will be the winner of the half-hour sprint qualifying race tomorrow.


    Qualifying today took place much later than usual, at 18:00, with 25 degrees ambient and 38 degrees of track temperature - which gradually fell as the evening went on.


    All the drivers used the P Zero Red soft tyres for today's qualifying session from start to finish in accordance with the revised tyre rules for races with sprint qualifying. However, the drivers can start tomorrow's sprint qualifying and Sunday's grand prix on whichever compound they like from the three nominated this weekend.


    The single hour-long free practice session today took place in the warmer conditions of the afternoon, where the drivers had the chance to sample the other nominated tyres as well. Verstappen was fastest in FP1, going 0.4 seconds quicker than the equivalent session last year. Pole position was slower than last year, but this was also affected by the engine maps being fixed for tomorrow's sprint qualifying race.


    The revised format makes it harder to work out the performance gaps between the compounds. But based on the data from FP1, there's an estimated gap so far of about 0.6 seconds between P Zero White hard C1 and P Zero Yellow medium C2, as well as between medium and soft C3.


    Mario Isola: "There was a lot for the teams to get used to with the new format, influencing the way in which they used their tyres, bearing in mind the half-hour sprint qualifying race tomorrow that the teams will want to run without pit stops.


    "Considering the severity of this circuit, there's an important decision to be made about whether to run on the medium - which should be the most popular choice - or soft tyre tomorrow, keeping in mind also the mandatory tyres that will be needed for the grand prix on Sunday.


    "As a result, there is quite a complex set of parameters for the teams to take into account with no previous experience to fall back on. And this is why many teams ran all three compounds in FP1 to gather as much information on them as possible.


    "Qualifying was obviously much straightforward than usual with all the drivers running on the soft from start to finish, culminating in a fight for the fastest time that was extremely closely-fought at one of the most demanding tracks for tyres of the year."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70284/Britis...-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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    Pequeñas diferencias entre el coche de Hamilton y el de Bottas. Por cierto, Bottas comentó ayer que había hecho trabajo en equipo en favor de Hamilton.




    Matthew Somerfield 🅢🅞🅜🅔🅡🅢Ⓕ① @SomersF1 · 7min


    The tiniest of differences (but they all count) as Bottas ran with a Gurney on the trailing edge of his rear wing during qually yesterday, whilst Hamilton did not.



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    De los libres de ayer.



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    Condiciones de la pista para los libres 2.



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    Comparariba del fondo del Red Bull.




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    El único incidente en estos atípicos libres 2 ha sido un trompo de Bottas en los momentos finales.




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    Matthew Somerfield 🅢🅞🅜🅔🅡🅢Ⓕ① @SomersF1 · 5min


    Verstappen with the outer section of the Gurney trimmed back, whereas Perez has a full length arrangement on his @RedBullRacing RB16B



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    FORMULA 1 PIRELLI BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2021 - Silverstone
    Resultados FP2
    Sábado, 17 de julio de 2021


    Max VERSTAPPEN vuelve a ser el más rápido en los entrenamientos libres en Silverstone.

    Han sido unos entrenamientos atípicos en los que todos se han centrado en hacer tandas largas. Ha sido extraño no ver ni un intento de vuelta rápida en unos libres disputados en sábado.

    Tras el piloto de Red Bull han finalizado los de Ferrarri, con LECLERC 2º y SAINZ 3º.

    Checo PÉREZ vuelve a quedar a demasiada distancia de su compañero. Ha terminado 5º, por detrás de OCON pero a casi 9 décimas.

    A continuación han acabado los McLaren de NORRIS y RICCIARDO, que este fin de semana está mucho más igualado a su compañero.

    HAMILTON ha finalizado 8º y BOTTAS justo tras él.

    ALONSO ha terminado 13º, entre los Alfa Romeo de GIOVINAZZI y RAIKKONEN.

    Sorprende ver a los Aston Martin tan atrás, con VETTEL 17º y STROLL 18º.

    Han sido unos libres muy tranquilos, aunque bastantes pilotos sufrieron blistering en los neumáticos delanteros, sobre todo en el derecho. Los coches siguen en parque cerrado, así que pocos cambios podrán hacer si no quieren salir desde el pit lane.


















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    Fábrega nos muestra los problemas de blistering que han tenido más de uno.




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    Números de Pirelli tras los libres 1 y 2.




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    Los números de la F.P. 2:

    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Adrian Puente | Telemétrico F1 @TelemetricoF1 · 15min

    Antes del trompo en "Village", los ingenieros habían detectado un daño en el piso del lado izquierdo del @MercedesAMGF1 de @ValtteriBottas.

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    Vueltas eliminadas por superar los límites de la T9 en los libres 2 celebrados hoy.




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    Y las eliminadas por pasarse en la T15.




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    Condiciones de la pista para la primera «Sprint Qualifying» de la F1.




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