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    Otra novedad es que están haciendo un montón de entrevistas en la parrilla.

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    Veremos a ver qué nos depara este invento pero la mayoría de entrevistados, includos Horner y Wolf, dicen que hay que ser cautos y no correr riesgos.

    Wolf dice que Bottas va a intentar proteger a Hamilton de los ataques de Max.

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    Ahora lo llaman simplemente «Sprint».




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    Bottas, Alonso, Ocon y Kimi salen con el blando. El resto monta el medio.

    Que Bottas monte el blando es una clara confirmación de lo que comentó Wolff de que tenía que proteger a Hamilton. Con ellos intentará pasar a Max en la salida.

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    Salida «calmada».






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    Trompo con mucha suerte de Checo. Desastre para Red Bull y para Verstappen de cara a mañana.


    https://twitter.com/DAZN_ES/status/1...719789572?s=20

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    Con esas llamaradas esperaba Verstappen que se apagara el semáforo.





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    Tanto el medio como el blando han tenido blistering. Para mañana se esperan temperaturas más altas.




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


    Max VERSTAPPEN se convierte en el primer «Sprint Winner» de la Fórmula 1.

    HAMILTON ha hecho una mala salida y se ha visto superado por Max, y no fue superado también por BOTTAS, que salía con neumáticos blandos de 4 vueltas por los medios nuevos de la mayoría, porque este tenía órdenes claras de guardarle las espaldas. Tras intentar en los primeros instantes de recuperar esa primera posición perdida, se calmó y decidió no correr riesgos innecesarios de cara a la carrera de mañana y se conformó con la segunda posición, al fin y al cabo sólo pierde un punto con respecto a Max.

    LECLERC mantuvo la cuarta posición obtenida ayer.

    La salida ha estado protagonizada por Fernando ALONSO que logró pasar de la 11ª plaza a la 5ª. Supo aprovechar de manera excelente el salir con blandos nuevos por los medios de los pilotos de alrededor.

    Tras llegar a la 5ª posición, se dedicó a intentar aguantar a los pilotos que llegaban a su altura para perder el mínimo de plazas. Al final fue adelantado por NORRIS y RICCIARDO, por lo que mañana saldrá 7º. A quien logró mantener tras él fue a VETTEL, a pesar de que el alemán salió detrás de él.

    RUSSELL ha cruzado la meta en 9ª posición. Una lástima que, para una vez que Williams termina entre los 10 primeros, no tengan recompensa en cuanto a puntos.

    La 10ª posición ha sido para OCON. Mañana, estos 10 pilotos tendrán, como el resto, libertad de elección de neumáticos para la salida.

    Complicada carrera para SAINZ. En la salida perdió una posición y luego RUSELL le dió un toque que le hizo caer a la 19ª plaza, logrando hacer una gran remontada hasta la 11ª posición en tan pocas vueltas. Los dos pilotos han sido llamados a comisarios por esa acción.

    Junto a él saldrá mañana GASLY. Tras él saldrá RAIKKONEN, otro que supo aprovechar sus neumáticos blandos nuevos y en la salida logró avanzar 4 posiciones.

    El peor parado de esta carrera ha sido Checo PÉREZ que destrozó sus neumáticos al hacer un trompo y salirse de la pista. Tuvo mucha suerte de no llegar a golpear las protecciones por muy poco pero al final se retiró debido a la fuertes vibraciones debido a los planos de sus neumáticos. Se reincorporó a la pista de manera bastante peligrosa.

    A parte de la salida y la remontada de Sainz, la carrera ha sido una procesión. Sinceramente no creo que haya aportado mucho al espectáculo del fin de semana y, además, ha dado muchas pistas de lo que puede ser la carrera de mañana.































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    Onboard del salidón de Alonso, del 11º al 5º.



    https://twitter.com/AntonioPadron17/...077023232?s=20

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    Otra novedad ha sido dar a los tres primeros una vuelta de honor en un camión para saludar a la afición mientras los entrevistaba Jeson Button.










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    La cara de Hamilton hoy era todo un poema. No se esperaba perder la primera posición en la salida y no se esperaba no poder recuperarla. Ha comentado que le era imposible seguir el ritmo de Verstappen. Los fantasmas que espantó ayer, han vuelto para atormentarle mañana.




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    En el corralito Alonso estaba muy contento con su salida y por haber recuperado 4 posiciones con respecto ayer. Ha comentado que tenía muy claro ir a cuchillo en la primera vuelta sin preocuparse de los límites de la pista, ya que parece que todo está permitido en esa primera vuelta.

    Ha dicho que tenía pensado ir por fuera en Cops para adelantar posiciones pero que no ha sido necesario hacerlo porque Norris, que era quien estaba delante de él, ha levantando antes.

    Tras el enfado de la última carrera, sigue echando un pulso a dirección de carrera.

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    Sainz, Vettel y Mazepin llamados a declarar por irregularidades en el procedimiento de ensayo de salidas al finalizar los libres 2. Y no se han dado cuenta hasta finalizar la sprint esa.









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    Sainz tiene una tarde movidita con los comisarios. Además de tener que declarar por lo del ensayo de salidas en libres 2, está siendo investigado por reincorporarse de manera insegura tras el toque con Russell en la Sprint, por el que también tiene que declarar.









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    Así fue el toque de Russell y la reentrada a la pista de Sainz.



    https://twitter.com/F1/status/1416447086275534851?s=20

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    Parece que Red Bull ha decidido que Checo salga mañana desde el pit lane. Necesitan hacer cambios en la configuración del coche para facilitarle la remontada.



    Tobi Grüner @tgruener · 49min

    Sergio Perez will start the main race tomorrow from the pit lane, according to Helmut Marko. Red Bull will change the setup of his car to make overtaking a bit easier.

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    Pues...si, no ha sido nada del otro mundo, prescindible. Lo único, lo que ha alterado las posiciones de salida.

    Alonso, a mi no me ha extrañado su "beligerancia" en los primeros compases pero si esas "ESES" que se ha marcado precisamente despues de las eses del circuito cuando se defendia de los Mclaren. No sé, he llegado a pensar que lo hacia como medida de protesta por lo ocurrido en Austria. Vuelve el viejo Alonso gruñón, para bien y para mal.

    Como curiosidad, la he visto en italiano porque es lo único que encontraba y me ha sorprendido que el comentarista técnico de su TV era Marc Gené, que habla una especie de italiañol muy entendible jeje

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    Sanción de tres posiciones en la parrilla de salida de mañana y un punto de licencia a Russell por el toque a Sainz al inicio de la Sprint.




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    No hay sanción a Sainz por su reincorporación a la pista tras el toque de Russell.



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    Advertencia a Sainz, Vettel y Mazepin por no seguir las instrucciones del director de carrera para realizar los ensayos de salida al finalizar los libres 2.










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    Pues...si, no ha sido nada del otro mundo, prescindible. Lo único, lo que ha alterado las posiciones de salida.

    Alonso, a mi no me ha extrañado su "beligerancia" en los primeros compases pero si esas "ESES" que se ha marcado precisamente despues de las eses del circuito cuando se defendia de los Mclaren. No sé, he llegado a pensar que lo hacia como medida de protesta por lo ocurrido en Austria. Vuelve el viejo Alonso gruñón, para bien y para mal.

    El «retonno» del «gemelo malo». Sinceramente esas declaraciones sobran un poco. A ver cómo se defiende si lo investigan por algo así cuando va alardeando de que lo va a hacer. Sobre la acción que comentas, yo también la ví un tanto al límite. Parece que quiere tensar la goma con dirección de carrera a ver qué pasa.


    Alonso glad to be ‘on the dark side’ amid weaving complaints

    Fernando Alonso was the hero of Formula 1’s first sprint race as he converted 11th on the grid to fifth on lap one and an eventual seventh place at Silverstone.

    But while the string of moves he pulled off to overtake six cars through the opening corners earned plaudits, there were eyebrows raised at his subsequent defensive moves as he tried to keep his soft-shod Alpine ahead of faster cars on more durable tyres.

    McLaren radioed Lando Norris to let him know that it had reported Alonso’s “weaving” to FIA race director Michael Masi, although no action was taken.

    “I was surprised,” Alonso said when asked about the radio complaint.

    “I never moved under braking. I was moving at the beginning of the straight.

    “But I don’t care. I’ve been on the other side for nine races.

    It’s going to be the same for the remainder of the year – I will be on the dark side this time.”



    .../...

    “I’ve been overtaken in all the first laps outside the track in Austria and in Paul Ricard so today I thought I will overtake outside of Turn 9 out of the circuit, but it was not needed,” Alonso told Sky.

    “But in case Lando was on the inside, I will keep flat outside the circuit and overtake.”


    .../...

    “There was obviously the weaving, but when he was doing it, I was never close enough for it to be dangerous,” Norris told Sky.

    “So, I don’t think he did anything wrong. Some people said he did, but I don’t think he did. He was fine.

    ]“He just knows the limits of what he can do really, so it’s good. It makes it more exciting for him, for me and for everyone watching so it was a good battle.”


    While the two McLaren drivers both got past Alonso to claim fifth and sixth, Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel couldn’t overtake his sometime title rival for seventh.

    And although Vettel said Alonso“did well to defend” and was “OK” overall, he did feel some of the moves were made too late.

    He shouldn’t do that so late, because I wasn’t going to really go there, so it was a bit unnecessary,” said Vettel.

    Asked by The Race if he meant Alonso had been moving around under braking, Vettel replied: “Yeah. So it was a bit confusing.”

    https://the-race.com/formula-1/alons...ng-complaints/






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    Como curiosidad, la he visto en italiano porque es lo único que encontraba y me ha sorprendido que el comentarista técnico de su TV era Marc Gené, que habla una especie de italiañol muy entendible jeje
    Me lo apunto.

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    Los números (disponibles) de la carrera al sprint de hoy en Silverstone:







    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    En el corralito Alonso estaba muy contento con su salida y por haber recuperado 4 posiciones con respecto ayer. Ha comentado que tenía muy claro ir a cuchillo en la primera vuelta sin preocuparse de los límites de la pista, ya que parece que todo está permitido en esa primera vuelta.

    Ha dicho que tenía pensado ir por fuera en Cops para adelantar posiciones pero que no ha sido necesario hacerlo porque Norris, que era quien estaba delante de él, ha levantando antes.

    Tras el enfado de la última carrera, sigue echando un pulso a dirección de carrera.

    "Er restituto" está muy ocupado en disimular el asunto, ya que con ello la temporada se ha vuelto algo más interesante
    Si hubiese estado C. Whiting (er pescahílla, E.P.D. ) le habría metido un +5s por estorbar a Vettel tanto tiempo
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Pues...si, no ha sido nada del otro mundo, prescindible. Lo único, lo que ha alterado las posiciones de salida.

    Alonso, a mi no me ha extrañado su "beligerancia" en los primeros compases pero si esas "ESES" que se ha marcado precisamente despues de las eses del circuito cuando se defendia de los Mclaren. No sé, he llegado a pensar que lo hacia como medida de protesta por lo ocurrido en Austria. Vuelve el viejo Alonso gruñón, para bien y para mal.

    Como curiosidad, la he visto en italiano porque es lo único que encontraba y me ha sorprendido que el comentarista técnico de su TV era Marc Gené, que habla una especie de italiañol muy entendible jeje
    Lo de la beligerancia era evidente saliendo con blandos, lo de los seis adelantamientos en la primera vuelta no (que no son del 20 al 14 ), en el chat comenté en la vuelta 3 que Alo se iba a tener que disfrazar de Hulkenberg , y lo ha hecho bien, si.

    Lo de las eses ... yo creo que le ha salvado que fué corto y en medio de la recta... ... no creo que una acción así con un perseguidor la puedan ver como una protesta :nuse:, si hubiese "acortado por fuera" entonces si.

    Y el itálico ... me puede.
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    El «retonno» del «gemelo malo». Sinceramente esas declaraciones sobran un poco. A ver cómo se defiende si lo investigan por algo así cuando va alardeando de que lo va a hacer. Sobre la acción que comentas, yo también la ví un tanto al límite. Parece que quiere tensar la goma con dirección de carrera a ver qué pasa.


    Alonso glad to be ‘on the dark side’ amid weaving complaints


    While the two McLaren drivers both got past Alonso to claim fifth and sixth, Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel couldn’t overtake his sometime title rival for seventh.

    And although Vettel said Alonso“did well to defend” and was “OK” overall, he did feel some of the moves were made too late.

    He shouldn’t do that so late, because I wasn’t going to really go there, so it was a bit unnecessary,” said Vettel.

    Asked by The Race if he meant Alonso had been moving around under braking, Vettel replied: “Yeah. So it was a bit confusing.”

    https://the-race.com/formula-1/alons...ng-complaints/


    Me lo apunto.
    Yaaa... yaaaaa.... yaaaa..... ...
    Lo rojo y subrayado no ocurrió.
    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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

    A grande inovação para esse final de semana foi essa corrida curta de classificação. Ela gerou expectativas grandes para todos e após 30 minutos e 17 voltas depois, as expectativas não só foram cumpridas como superadas. O que parecia ser algo banal acabou sendo muito bem realizada.

    Sobre a corrida, Verstappen conquistou a vitória e a pole position na largada, se aproveitou de uma largada não muito boa de Hamilton parra passar a frente. Bottas e Leclerc mantiveram a 3ª e 4ªposições. Quem teve uma brilhante 1ªVolta foi o espanhol Fernando Alonso, que passou 6 pilotos e subiu para a 5ªposição. Norris, Ricciardo e Perez vinham logo atrás do piloto da Alpine.



    Carlos Sainz jr. acabou sendo tocado por George Russell, foi para a grama e acabou caindo para a 18ªposição.
    Verstappen começou a abrir vantagem para Hamilton, já estabelecendo vantagem para o piloto da Mercedes. Bottas vinha segurando a terceira posição e Leclerc vinha perto. Já Alonso se segurava como poderia dos ataques de Norris. O piloto da Alpine tentava mudar a sua posição de defesa para quebrar o vácuo, mas isso resultou numa advertência por fazer isso por todas as voltas. Isso fez com que o espanhol deixasse Norris passar para a 5ª posição.

    Ricciardo passou a atacar Alonso, nesse meio tempo, Sergio Perez acabou rodando e caindo para as últimas posições. O mexicano teve muita sorte em não ter ido para o muro.

    Na 9ªVolta, Ricciardo supera Alonso que tentou revidar a ultrapassagem, mas não conseguiu lutar com o carro da Mclaren. A briga do piloto da Alpine passou a ser com Sebastian Vettel. Os pneus macios deram vantagem para Bottas, Alonso, Ocon e Raikkonen, mas cobravam seu preço na parte final da prova.

    Em boa recuperação, Carlos Sainz jr. ganhou posições e chegou até a 11ªposição, após superar Pierre Gasly no termino da 13ªVolta. Sergio Perez acabou indo para os boxes na última volta, sem muito a fazer nas últimas voltas e com um carro visivelmente danificado.

    Max Verstappen administrou sua vantagem para Hamilton e conquistou a vitória na classificação, garantindo a pole position após uma excelente largada. Lewis Hamilton acabou conquistando a segunda posição e Valtteri Bottas com a terceira posição. Os três primeiros colocados ganharam pontuação (3 pontos para o vencedor, 2 pontos para o segundo colocado e 1 ponto para o terceiro colocado).

    Charles Leclerc teve um desempenho muito bom e acabou ficando com a 4ªposição. Lando Norris e Daniel Ricciardo vão formar a 3ªfila toda da Mclaren, conquistaram a 5ª e 6ªposições. Fernando Alonso fez uma excelente corrida e acabou na 7ªposição, segurando Sebastian Vettel da Aston Martin que vai formar a 4ªfila de peso, com 6 títulos mundiais.

    George Russell não teve uma das melhores largada, mas se manteve firme entre os 10 primeiros e vai largar na 9ªposição e Esteban Ocon da Alpine larga na 10ªposição.
    Carlos Sainz jr. conseguiu diminuir bastante o prejuízo que teve após ir para a grama na primeira volta, recuperou posições e chegou na 11ªposição. Pierre Gasly acabou sem muito destaque na 12ªposição. Kimi Raikkonen fez uma bela largada e melhorou sua situação na corrida, vai largar na 13ªposição.

    Depois disso, Lance Stroll, Antonio Giovinazzi, Yuki Tsunoda, Nicholas Latifi, Mick Schumacher, Nikita Mazepin (que rodou na primeira volta) e Perez que abandonou na última volta completam o grid de largada para amanhã. A corrida em Silverstone será realizada a partir das 10 da manhã e terá duração de 52 voltas.

    OBS: George Russell tomou punição de três posições, ele foi considerado culpado pelo toque que fez Sainz jr. sair da pista.

    Resultado da Sprint Race – GP da Inglaterra
    Grid de Largada

    pos piloto Equipe Chassis Motor Voltas Tempo
    1 33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 17 25:38.426
    2 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 1.430s
    3 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 7.502s
    4 16 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 17 a 11.278s
    5 4 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 24.111s
    6 3 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 30.959s
    7 14 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 17 a 43.527s
    8 5 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 44.439s
    9 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 17 a 47.395s
    10 55 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 17 a 47.798s
    11 10 Pierre Gasly Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 17 a 48.763s
    12 63 George Russell Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 46.652s
    13 7 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 17 a 50.677s
    14 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 52.179s
    15 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 17 a 53.225s
    16 22 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 17 a 53.567s
    17 6 Nicholas Latifi Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 17 a 55.162s
    18 47 Mick Schumacher Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 17 a 1:08.213s
    19 9 Nikita Mazepin Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 17 a 1:17.648s
    20 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 16 abandonou

    Fotos:



    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/prova...ormula-1-2021/
    Última edición por deivison; 17/07/2021 a las 23:18

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    Impresiones de los equipos tras la prueba "al Sprint":

    British GP: Sprint team notes - Mercedes

    Lewis was jumped at the start by Verstappen and despite fighting back strongly, couldn't make the pass and will start tomorrow's British Grand Prix in second position.

    Valtteri started on the Soft tyre in contrast to the drivers ahead of him but without making gains in the opening part of the race, switched to tyre conservation mode to complete the 100km sprint. The Finn will start tomorrow's Grand Prix third on the grid, the same position he achieved in Friday's qualifying session.


    Lewis added two points to his Drivers' Championship tally, losing one point overall to Verstappen, while Valtteri added a useful point to his championship as he continues to close the gap on the drivers above him.


    The top of the Constructors' Championship remains unchanged with Mercedes and Red Bull each adding three points to their account.


    Lewis Hamilton: I did everything I could at the start with temperatures and clutch position but I still suffered wheelspin on the line so we'll dig deep to understand what happened. I think it was great for F1 to try something new and even if the race wasn't particularly exciting after the first lap for myself, there are definitely learnings we can take from today.


    This season it's been a struggle with certain elements of the car but we've done such a great job to get to the performance level that we had yesterday - Valtteri did a great job too and we're definitely getting closer. The Red Bull is really difficult to follow on track and from yesterday's high, it feels like a bit of a down but we'll turn it around to find the positives and come out fighting tomorrow for the race.


    Valtteri Bottas: Choosing the Soft tyres, we thought we might have a small advantage at the start but I couldn't gain any places through the first few corners and from then on, it was important not to kill my tyres because the Softs are much more sensitive than the Mediums. I suffered some blistering but I could manage it well and I'm happy we tried something different.


    It was nice to have another race today, obviously not as meaningful as tomorrow, but I hope the fans enjoyed it, even if personally I prefer qualifying to the sprint. Tomorrow will be an open race, it's cool that we've got free choice of tyre compounds so we'll see a mix of strategies which should make things interesting.


    Toto Wolff: That was a pretty flat out first sprint race - it was a frustrating for Lewis to lose a point to Max this afternoon, but we saw that we had the pace to make it a very close race tomorrow. We will need to take a closer look to understand what happened at the start for Lewis - and I think if we had held the lead, we had the pace to finish in P1 as well because it wasn't easy to follow. But it's set up an interesting Grand Prix: there are two teams close on pace, we have Lewis and Valtteri in the mix at the front, and it looks like tyre strategy can play a big part in these temperatures as well. So we will be aiming to fight back strong in the Grand Prix proper.


    Andrew Shovlin: It's not ideal to have lost a place with Lewis off the start but we can take some encouragement in the car pace which is hopefully enough to put Max under pressure tomorrow. We also have two cars at the front which will open up some strategic opportunities. After the first lap there wasn't much that we could do; on the same age tyres it was hard for Lewis to get close enough to attack and for Valtteri, he was doing a bit more management to cover for the fact he was on the Soft tyre.


    Having the sprint race today does make it a little easier to plan for tomorrow as you've got a clear idea of everyone's pace and how the tyres are behaving so we have a bit of work this evening to take the maximum learning from that. Our goal was to come here, to win and to close the gap in the Championship and I think from what we've seen over the last two days, that's still an achievable target.

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    British GP: Sprint team notes - Red Bull

    Max Verstappen: "That was good fun. I'm of course happy to score the three points and it's quite funny to have a pole position from the race as well but we will take it.

    Around here it is difficult to pass but we had a good start and a good fight with Lewis on the first lap. From then we tried to do our own pace but we were pushing each other hard right to the end as you could see the tyres were blistering which we all had to manage. Starting the race on lower fuel we could really push the cars hard through the fast corners, lap after lap, which means it is naturally hard on tyres but we all have the same to watch out for. We now can't touch the cars for tomorrow and we learnt today that it is very close again with us and Mercedes. It seems that we are very quick in the corners and they are quicker on the straights so tomorrow it's going to be a really exciting battle and the Team did a great job to manage the new format this weekend.

    I also want to say a big thank you to the fans. I know they are mainly here for the British drivers but it is still great to see them here cheering and all I want is a good battle with Lewis and everyone else tomorrow which should keep the fans entertained."

    Sergio Perez: "It's a real shame to have to retire from the sprint race today as the car felt quite good. It was a poor day for me and I can only say sorry to the Team as I lost the rear of the car while battling with Lando which ruined our day. I was in the middle of the corner, already picking up quite a lot of throttle and I think I got caught in a bit of dirty air and became a passenger really early in the corner. I avoided any contact but after the spin we had too much vibration on the tyres and that was it. The Team were worried about the damage that could be caused with the vibrations, and there wasn't anything more to gain, so they made the decision to retire the car. We're at the back of the grid tomorrow and it's not easy to overtake here, but we look like we have a lot of pace in the car so you can be sure I will be pushing hard to score as many points as possible. It's a low point for me, but tomorrow is a new day and I look forward to seeing what we can do."


    Christian Horner: "It's fantastic to be starting on pole for the British Grand Prix, which was achieved in a different way with Max winning the first ever sprint qualifying race. This marks our first pole at Silverstone since 2011 and breaks the Mercedes nine-year pole position streak. The race start was crucial for us and Max got a great launch off the line. We knew Lewis was particularly strong in Sector 1 so staying ahead down the main straight was particularly important for us, which he did and maintained the lead until the flag. It's just a shame that we haven't got Checo up there as well following that high-speed spin when he lost the rear in the dirty air. Thankfully Checo avoided the wall but the level of vibrations were so high we opted to retire him in order to fully check the car over and complete the necessary safety checks, once permission is granted, before the race tomorrow. You can see there was very little between us and Mercedes today, we were quicker in the corners where they were mighty in a straight line. The temperatures look set to sore and tomorrow's Grand Prix won't be a repeat in terms of tyre wear. The higher fuel loads at the start of the race mean the cornering speeds will be slightly lower, giving the tyres an easier workout in the corners at the beginning of the race, so it will be interesting to see how that affects things. It's fantastic to be staring on pole position and I hope the fans enjoyed the action and a different format of racing today."

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    British GP: Sprint team notes - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "A good first sprint quali race! I think we achieved everything we could've hoped for today. We got ahead of one of the Red Bulls, which is a quicker car, but we managed to beat them off the start and over the first lap, so it was a fun first-half. At the end, it was a quiet finish in clear air on my own. I think we now have a good reading on where we stand compared to the other teams, so we know what we need to try to do tomorrow. I hope the fans enjoyed the new format and it brought something different to the weekend. Let's hope for the same again tomorrow."

    Daniel Ricciardo: "That was quite good fun! It's obviously over pretty quickly, but Alonso having a good start made our race a bit more exciting, so I enjoyed it! The first ten laps were busy, I thought that was cool, so I hope the fans liked it.


    "I don't know what it was like around us, but I hope the order changed up a little bit. I gained a position and start in a better place tomorrow than I started today. That was the aim for today, so I'm looking forward to going out and fighting for more tomorrow."


    James Key, Technical Director: "The weekend has been a learning curve with a new format based around sprint qualifying, but we've enjoyed the fresh challenges this has brought. Car specification was frozen for yesterday's qualifying session, with the parc ferme conditions kicking in early this weekend, which left us with higher fuel levels and tyre compound assessment as the main focus for free practice this morning, both in preparation for the sprint quali and tomorrow's grand prix.


    "The sprint race itself went well for us, with a great performance from our drivers, who both regained a position after getting past the fast-starting Alonso, although this stopped us from making any further progress in the time left. However, we're placed fifth and sixth on the grid for the race tomorrow and this gives us a good opportunity for some decent points.


    "It's been an interesting weekend so far - the new format certainly adds new elements and a different approach to what we've been used to. Being able to push the car for 17 laps flat this afternoon certainly generated a lot of close racing and I think it worked well. It's great to see so many fans here at Silverstone - always a strong point of this race - and we look forward to seeing the same again tomorrow."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70308/Britis...-notes-McLaren


    British GP: Sprint team notes - Aston Martin

    Sebastian Vettel: "I have enjoyed this unusual weekend format so far. It was interesting to have the intense moment yesterday evening followed by the Sprint today, which can go either way. For us, it went well and we gained some places for the race tomorrow, and some others lost ground. Fernando [Alonso] made up a lot of places on lap one - starting on the Soft tyres - and I thought he would struggle more in the final laps. I was close behind him, but could not make the move to overtake. This result puts us in a decent starting position for tomorrow [P8], which will be a very different race with the strategy options."

    Lance Stroll: "It was good to make up a little bit of ground in the Sprint, but I think we are still searching for the optimal car balance. It was challenging to make up any further places as the midfield bunched up and we ended up in a long train of cars. The positive is that the short race gives us more relevant data to go over and look to find the improvements we need. It is a long race tomorrow; anything can happen, plus the heat will be a factor, as well as the free choice of tyres, so I am looking forward to coming back stronger tomorrow."


    Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "We achieved our objective in today's Sprint - to make progress with both cars - which we did. Lance suffered poor rear grip but nonetheless did extremely well to earn a P14 grid slot for tomorrow's race.

    Sebastian finished eighth, close behind [Fernando] Alonso, whose Soft tyres were shot by the end, but obviously there was no point in Sebastian risking a back-row start for tomorrow's race by attempting to wrest P7 from Alonso, especially for no points reward.

    He will therefore start tomorrow's race from a solid P8, from where he ought to be able to score points. From P14, over a full-distance 52-lap race, Lance, too, will be aiming to make up places and score points. Our objective must therefore be a double points finish at our home Grand Prix, proudly flying the Union Flag on both cars!"

    https://www.pitpass.com/70304/Britis...s-Aston-Martin


    British GP: Sprint team notes - Alpine

    Alpine F1 Team will start tomorrow's British Grand Prix with both cars inside the top ten on the grid after a sensational Sprint Qualifying performance from Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon.

    Fernando put in an epic drive throughout the 17 laps, the first-ever Sprint Qualifying race in Formula 1, moving from eleventh on the grid to fifth on the first lap thanks to an inspired strategy call of using Soft tyres, a super start, and, a strong first few corners.

    Using the tyres to his advantage on the opening laps, the Spaniard held position until the McLarens moved through by lap nine. He then held Sebastian Vettel at bay with some defensive driving and measured tyre management to claim seventh at the end of the race and a strong position for tomorrow's race.


    Esteban also enjoyed a strong performance, moving from thirteenth on the grid to tenth at the chequered flag. The Frenchman also started on Softs and had a similarly impressive start into the first corner, passing Pierre Gasly off the line.


    He inherited two further positions as a result of Carlos Sainz's trip wide at Turn 6 and Sergio Perez's pirouette at Turn 14. Esteban too had to put in an impressive defensive shift to hold off Gasly and a charging Sainz at the chequered flag.


    The 52-lap British Grand Prix will start at 15:00 local time tomorrow in front of a sell-out crowd.


    Esteban Ocon: "I'm pretty pleased with today's Sprint Qualifying as we've gained three places for the race tomorrow and that means we're starting in the top ten for tomorrow's race. It's where we felt we should be yesterday, so that's positive. The call by the team to start on Softs was good and I had a quick start off the line to gain some positions. I enjoyed the new format; it was fun as it added some action and dynamism to the weekend as well as some uncertainty. Tomorrow we have a free choice of tyres again and that leaves the strategy box open with some flexibility on what we can do. We're ready to race again and hopefully we can put on another show for the fans."

    Fernando Alonso
    :
    "It was a good session for us today and I had a lot of fun. I think we made the right choice starting on the Soft tyres and it's a better position to start the race tomorrow. Our start was good and I climbed quite a few places from eleventh to fifth in the first few corners. We then lost a few positions back to the McLarens and held onto seventh at the end. I think the format was fun but I am sure there are some small improvements we can make. We'll aim to carry this momentum into the race tomorrow."


    Davide Brivio, Racing Director:
    "It was an exciting race for us, so a very positive Sprint qualifying all in all! We decided to start with new Softs, which was a calculated risk, but a good choice from the team. Fernando definitely made the most of the strategy; he did an incredible first lap, gaining six positions in half a lap and then he fought all the way through the race. With Esteban we also moved up a few positions, which is important for the actual Grand Prix tomorrow. It was a good job from the drivers and also the whole team and now we need to try to consolidate our positions tomorrow."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70301/Britis...m-notes-Alpine


    British GP: Sprint team notes - Ferrari

    Immediate impressions after Formula 1's first ever Sprint Qualifying are positive. The 17 laps to decide the grid for the 72nd British Grand Prix to count for the Formula 1 World Championship provided spectacle and excitement for the crowd at Silverstone and viewers around the world. The outcome however was bitter-sweet for Scuderia Ferrari.

    Charles maintained his fourth place on the grid, but Carlos, who ended up being one of the stars of the show with a string of overtaking moves, lost several places after a collision with Russell in the early wheel to wheel stage of the race.

    After the incident, Carlos dropped to 19th but he didn't lose heart and in just 12 laps he managed seven passing moves to get back up to eleventh place. He starts from that position tomorrow, in what will be essentially a continuation of today's race, aware that he has the potential to move further up the order.


    This afternoon produced plenty of valuable data in terms of the outright competitive level of the car as well as that relating to tyre management. From what could be seen today, with higher temperatures expected tomorrow, the Grand Prix will be very closely fought but also very exciting.


    Charles Leclerc: I really enjoyed Sprint Qualifying today. Driving flat out for 17 laps is different to what we are used to and I had a lot of fun. One big difference is that you don't have to think about saving tyres and can just go for it. I didn't take any risks but had there been a good opportunity to gain a position, I would have taken it. It was a bit lonely from my point of view, but in a good way because I could keep up with the pace of the car ahead without it pulling way too much.


    Overall, I have liked the format of the weekend so far. It gives each day something special to look forward to, especially on the Friday, where you have more to gain with qualifying than you would on a normal weekend. I think it makes things more exciting, for us as well as the fans.


    The run on the Medium tyres was quite representative. Even if the fuel level was not the same as it will be for the race, it gave us a good picture of the balance. There is a lot of data to analyse tonight and to learn from for tomorrow.


    Carlos Sainz: More than a Sprint Qualifying it was a "comeback stint" for me today. I'm very far from happy because the car had good pace and I was looking forward to qualifying in a good position for tomorrow.


    Unfortunately my race was heavily compromised at the first lap due to what I honestly think was George's mistake. He locked up and hit me in the rear of the car, forcing me off the track and obviously sending me to the back of the field in P19. I wasn't going to give up, so I pushed flat out for the rest of the race, did some good overtakes despite the difficulties at this track and managed to recover to P11. It was a strong comeback, but I would've preferred not to be pushed off.


    Anyway, it's part of racing and we still have tomorrow to try and make up more places. The car is ready and so am I. Let's race again.


    Laurent Mekies: A good debut for Sprint Qualifying, which provided a show and some interesting points. For our part, Charles produced a great performance to ensure he starts tomorrow's race from fourth, where he qualified yesterday. More importantly, he showed strong pace, running not far behind the three cars ahead of him.


    It was a shame for Carlos, who dropped back from yesterday's qualifying position because of a difficult opening lap and a coming-together with Russell, which he could do nothing about. It's even more of a shame given that he had the potential to make up places rather than lose them. At least he put on a great show this afternoon!


    These 17 laps have provided us with plenty of data to prepare for tomorrow's race and that's what we are concentrating on from now on. Before this weekend, we knew the difficulties we would face. From what we have seen so far, the work we have done is starting to pay off in terms of performance, both on a qualifying lap and over a long run. But we will only have the full picture after the chequered flag falls.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70305/Britis...-notes-Ferrari


    British GP: Sprint team notes - AlphaTauri

    Pierre Gasly: "I'm quite frustrated this evening, it was just not what we wanted out there today. We started this weekend badly in FP1 and with only one practice session we couldn't really react to that ahead of Qualifying, then today I've really struggled again. It's very disappointing because I know the car has much more potential but so far, we just haven't managed to get it working here this weekend. We will look at all the data tonight and try everything we can to make our way up to the points in the tomorrow's race."

    Yuki Tsunoda: "I'm obviously disappointed with today's performance, I'm not finishing in a position that I'm happy with and I'm then starting the race tomorrow from the same place. I feel that this weekend's format is quite difficult for rookies, as you only have one free practice session before Qualifying, which is tough, but I hope the spectators enjoyed this new schedule. We've struggled with the performance of the car this whole weekend, so we just need to go away tonight and review the data so we can learn more for tomorrow's race."


    Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "Today was always going to be a challenge.

    With yesterday's Qualifying not quite going to plan for the team, both cars were starting out of position in today's Sprint Qualifying and that was always going to be tricky. As expected, a train of cars formed that we needed to make our way through and unfortunately, that just wasn't possible today. It's not been a fantastic day for us, so we've just got to see if we can recover it tomorrow in the longer race. It's been difficult for us this weekend so far, compared to our normal performance, so there's lots of data to review tonight and we'll see if we can extract anything further from the car tomorrow."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70299/Britis...tes-AlphaTauri


    British GP: Sprint team notes - Alfa Romeo

    Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN made an improvement in the first ever Sprint Qualifying session in the history of Formula One. Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi crossed the line in 13th and 15th respectively, a net gain of three positions, giving themselves and the team a better chance of scoring points in tomorrow's race.

    Starting with Antonio in 14th and Kimi in 17th, the team chose to split the strategies, with the Finn starting on the softer compound in the hope of making ground up in the opening stages. Indeed, that was the case, with Kimi climbing four places in the first lap; Antonio, on the other hand, had a difficult start and couldn't make up any places.


    The short race - 17 laps in total - didn't offer many opportunities to mix up the standings, with no strategy and pit-stops at play, and it remained a cagey affair until the chequered flag. Still, with three places made up by the team overall, it's a good step forward that allows us to be in a fighting position when we return to track tomorrow.


    In a race spanning the traditional full distance, we can expect our race pace to keep us in contention for points. The Sprint gave us a helping hand, but we now have to finish the job.


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "It was an interesting first experiment with the Sprint Qualifying format, and to come away from it with a gain in terms of grid positions is definitely a positive. We knew the biggest chance to make up places was at the start and Kimi did really well to make the most of his soft tyres. Unfortunately, Antonio had some wheelspin and couldn't produce one of his strong starts. After that, it was a matter of not losing the ground we had gained: we brought the car home with a result that equals what we would have had with two cars in Q2 on a regular weekend, so we can be satisfied as we prepare for tomorrow's race."


    Kimi Raikkonen: "We are better off now than we were yesterday, so I'll take it: I'll be in my best grid position of the year and I have to be happy about it. We started on the soft, but I don't know how much there really is in between the two tyres: in the end, it was important to get the launch right and stay out of trouble and we managed to do it, gaining some places. It's still going to be a long race tomorrow: we will try to keep improving and bring home some points."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "It was quite an intense race, pushing from lap one to the flag, but in the end there wasn't a lot of action after the start. Unfortunately my launch wasn't great and I lost some places: then we had a decent pace but very similar to the ones in front of us, and that made overtaking impossible. In the end we only lost one place, so we are still in a good position for tomorrow. Hopefully we can have a better start and, with the strategy and a longer race, we can move up a few places."

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    British GP: Sprint team notes - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team drivers Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin will start the British Grand Prix from 18th and 19th, respectively, having finished in those positions in Formula 1's first-ever 100km Sprint qualifying event at Silverstone Circuit.

    With the grid for Sunday's 52-lap race being set by the classification from the 17-lap Sprint, Formula 1 ventured into new territory when the lights went out and the on-track action began on Saturday afternoon.


    Schumacher and Mazepin started the Sprint in 19th and 20th following Friday's traditional knockout qualifying session. Contact between the rookie pairing on the opening lap resulted in a spin for Mazepin at turn three but both cars raced on. Sergio Perez spun on lap six dropping the Red Bull Racing driver down the order, briefly promoting Schumacher up to 18th, but the Mexican clawed some ground back before retiring to the pits on the final lap. As a result, Schumacher finished 18th with Mazepin 19th at the checkered flag.


    Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen won the inaugural Sprint - the Dutchman earning pole position for the British Grand Prix, his fourth consecutive pole and his fifth of the season, and three additional world championship points for the win. Verstappen beat home-town favorite Lewis Hamilton - the British racer securing second on the grid for Sunday's race and two points. Hamilton's Mercedes teammate, Valtteri Bottas, finished third with the Finn claiming the final point on offer in the Sprint.


    Nikita Mazepin: "I had a very good launch - one of my best starts this year. The nature of this track means I was on the outside of T2 and then the inside of T3. You try to carry the speed in but the car on the left has a better stopping power and you both try to make the corner but then I had to avoid my teammate. With the pace of the car we have this weekend, the best comparison I have is my teammate and I was a lot faster than him for the first part of the race and then a lot slower for the second part of the race."


    Mick Schumacher: "I think we could fine-tune it here and there to try and make it logistically better for us, to be able to change set-ups etc. - but I think for a first try, it was very good. I think for smaller teams it's a bit tougher - we have less time, and we have fewer capabilities compared to other teams who have more people. Unfortunately for us, it was quite lonely out there but still interesting. Now it's up to us to analyze what we can do better to be closer next time."


    Guenther Steiner: "For me personally, this was a good experiment - but it's not about what I think, it's about what the fans think. If we come to the conclusion that they like it, then I'm all for it. Our day today was nothing exciting - more of the same I would say - but in the end it was something exciting for this weekend as we had a different format for the race weekend. We learnt something, we have something to think about and we keep a bit of excitement going."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70300/Britis...eam-notes-Haas


    British GP: Sprint team notes - Pirelli

    The very first sprint qualifying race in Formula 1 history was won by Red Bull driver Max Verstappen from second on the grid, using medium C2 tyres from start to finish. As a result, he claims pole for the British Grand Prix tomorrow and scores an extra three championship points.

    Nearly all the drivers used the medium tyre throughout the 17-lap race, run over half an hour with no pit stops. Only four drivers selected the soft: Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes), Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo) and both Alpine drivers.


    Ambient temperatures were 28 degrees centigrade at the start of the race with track temperatures of 46 degrees.


    The drivers had a final chance to prepare for sprint qualifying during FP2 at midday. With the cars under parc fermé conditions, the teams concentrated on longer runs in preparation for tomorrow's race. Verstappen went fastest on the medium compound - likely to be the favoured starting tyre for the British Grand Prix tomorrow.


    The strategy for the 52-lap British Grand Prix is slightly more straightforward than usual because of the sprint qualifying, which has led to different tyre rules. One of them is that drivers are no longer obliged to start on the tyres with which they set their fastest Q2 Friday qualifying times: instead there is an entirely free choice, which means that all the drivers can simply follow the theoretically quickest strategy.


    That's going to be a one-stopper: starting on the P Zero Yellow medium C2 tyres and then moving onto the P Zero White hard C1 until the end. An alternative strategy is to start on the P Zero Red soft and then switch to the hard earlier - but starting on the medium offers more flexibility in terms of pit stop timing and requires less tyre management. With more freedom in the tyre choice, the opposite could come into play too: starting on a harder tyre before switching to a softer compound.


    What's certain is that a two-stop is definitely slower, but the best option in this scenario would be to use two sets of soft C3s and one set of C2 mediums.


    Mario Isola: "Today was a chance to try something different with the first sprint qualifying, and although it was a short race, we already saw some different tactics on the grid with four drivers going against the trend and selecting the soft tyre - including Bottas who started and finished third. Keeping the soft tyre alive in a race where the drivers pushed at maximum from start to finish in warm conditions was clearly a challenge, but Fernando Alonso made up six places from his start position initially on the softs, before eventually finishing with a four-place gain. The medium C2 coped well with the rapid corners and heavy loads of Silverstone, which is why we expect it to be the most popular choice to start the race tomorrow. Temperatures are forecasted to be even higher for the grand prix, so tyre management will be a factor, as we also saw today during sprint qualifying where there was some blistering as the teams pushed to the limit."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70298/Britis...-notes-Pirelli
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    That is the difference between the great and the merely good.

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

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

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