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    Qué carica de resignación. Una pena que no se haya llevado la victoria hoy.




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    Pues viendo por dónde iba Hamilton cuando peleaba con Verstappen y viendo por dónde iba cuando lo hacía con Leclerc, parece más culpable.









    https://twitter.com/RetoF1/status/1416805177286438914

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    No hay ninguna sación por el toque entre Kimi y Checo.




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    Y hablando de Kimi y esa acción con Checo, esta radio es Kimi total. Pobre Julien.



    Julien: A shame with Perez, was P10.
    Kimi: What?
    Julien: I said a shame with Perez, could’ve maybe scored.
    Kimi: Maybe.. or maybe we need to make the car faster simply. It’s impossible to fight against them. Save this and save that and try to fight with the other cars. Come on. [mumble]

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    Miedo me da la venganza.



    Max Verstappen @Max33Verstappen · 14min

    Glad I’m ok. Very disappointed with being taken out like this. The penalty given does not help us and doesn’t do justice to the dangerous move Lewis made on track. Watching the celebrations while still in hospital is disrespectful and unsportsmanlike behavior but we move on



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    Lewis Hamilton branded "disrespectful and unsportsmanlike" by furious Max Verstappen

    Max Verstappen made his feelings clear as he broke his silence on the high-speed crash which saw him hospitalised as Lewis Hamilton went on to win the British Grand Prix at Silverstone



    Max Verstappen has slammed Lewis Hamilton as "disrespectful and unsportsmanlike" for his celebrations after winning the British Grand Prix.

    Hamilton was given a 10-second penalty for his role in a high-speed crash which saw Verstappen slam into the tyre barriers on the opening lap.

    Verstappen was taken to hospital as a precaution after the incident whilst Hamilton hunted down Charles Leclerc late on to win his home Grand Prix.

    The victory sparked wild celebrations at Silverstone - which left a bitter taste in the mouth of Verstappen as he watched on from hospital feeling battered and bruised.

    The Dutchman wrote on Twitter : "Glad I’m ok.

    "Very disappointed with being taken out like this. The penalty given does not help us and doesn’t do justice to the dangerous move Lewis made on track.

    "Watching the celebrations while still in hospital is disrespectful and unsportsmanlike behavior but we move on."


    Hamilton admitted in his post-race interview with Sky Sports that he was unaware Verstappen had been taken to hospital having originally walked away from the crash.

    "I didn't know he was in hospital," Hamilton said during an interview with Sky Sports.

    He later insisted the incident did not overshadow his win, which could prove a huge moment in the World Championship race.

    "Honestly, no it doesn’t [take a shine off it]. This is racing,"
    Hamilton said.

    "Of course I would love to be able to race and us to leave each other space and there is plenty of space on the track for us to get around and manage for a long time without colliding with someone.

    "But when someone is just too aggressive, these things are bound to happen and there’s not a single driver here that doesn’t know how aggressive a driver can be.

    "There’s not really much more for me to say. I hope he’s OK. OF course I would love to have a wheel to wheel battle for the whole race.

    “I enjoy racing with him, but I would never back down from everyone and I would not be bullied into being less aggressive.

    "Today, this weekend, we needed the points, there was a gap, he left a gap and I went for it."



    Red Bull chief Christian Horner slammed Hamilton's "hollow victory" and echoed Verstappen's views that the move was "dangerous".

    Horner, speaking to Sky Sports after the race, said: “It shouldn’t be like that, to be honest with you.

    “Max has incurred a 51g accident. Lewis Hamilton is an eight-time world champion, he shouldn’t be making manoeuvres like that. It’s unacceptable.

    “Thank goodness, the biggest result for us today is that he’s uninjured, he’s having to go to hospital for [precautionary] checks.

    I hope Lewis is very happy with himself.

    “He stuck a wheel up the inside in a corner you just know you don’t do that. You just don’t stick a wheel up the inside at Copse, in that corner, in those circumstances.

    “He was nowhere near ahead, it was contact, left front to right rear, and the speed they’re travelling, It’s one of the fastest corners in the championship.

    “Lewis has got more than enough experience to know that’s unacceptable and, as I say, I'm just very disappointed that a driver of his calibre should make such a move.

    “It’s dangerous, he’s put a competitor at risk, it looked desperate and thank goodness uninjured, he’s in hospital getting himself checked out.

    I don’t care what Lewis says, have a look on your own analysis, draw your own comparisons.

    For me, that’s a hollow victory.”

    “It wasn’t much of a penalty really, was it,”
    he added.

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/formu...crash-24562209

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    La radio de Max tras el accidente. Se nota que se hizo daño. Horner ha dicho en su Instagram que Verstappen permanece en observación.




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    Datos de Pirelli.






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    GP da Inglaterra – 10ªEtapa do Mundial de Formula 1 – 2021

    Uma das melhores corridas do ano, com uma primeira volta marcante e uma recuperando fantástica de Lewis Hamilton, que de uma corrida perdida por uma punição por ter causado uma batida com Max Verstappen, o holandês foi para o muro e Lewis tomou 10 segundos. Mas o inglês fez uma arrancada espetacular para superar Charles Leclerc e conquistar uma grande vitória. O inglês volta à briga pelo título.

    Na largada, Hamilton e Leclerc tiveram as melhores largadas que Verstappen e Bottas. Verstappen e Hamilton brigam pela ponta nas primeiras curvas com Leclerc em 3º e Bottas em 4º. A disputa dos dois primeiros colocados do campeonato durou até a entrada da Copse. Lá Hamilton foi passar Verstappen e acabou tocando a roda dianteira na roda traseira do holandês, que saiu da pista e foi direto para o muro. Com tudo isso, Safety Car na pista e logo depois, bandeira acionada. Se aproveitando de tudo isso, Charles Leclerc assumiu a liderança da prova.

    Foram mais de 30 minutos para reformar a barreira de pneus e retirar o carro do piloto holandês. Os pilotos voltaram para a pista uma nova largada parada. Nessa largada, Leclerc manteve a liderança sobre Hamilton. Norris aproveitou a largada ruim de Bottas e assumiu a terceira posição. Ainda na primeira volta, Alonso e Vettel disputavam posições, sozinho na Woodcote, Vettel acaba rodando e caindo para a última posição. Foi nesse momento que Hamilton foi punido por 10 segundos nos boxes para serem cumpridos na parada.

    A partir dai, Leclerc se manteve na liderança, com Hamilton tentando se aproximar do piloto da Ferrari, mas sem sucesso. A mesma coisa acontecia com Bottas tentando chegar em cima de Norris. Um pouco mais atrás vinham Ricciardo e Sainz jr..

    Alonso em 7º vinha segurando Lance Stroll. Sergio Perez vinha na 12ªposição, atrás de Pierre Gasly.

    A Mercedes tinha um carro mais rápido nas retas, mas tinha dificuldades em se aproximar nas curvas e isso ajudava a Leclerc e Norris mantiverem a frente de Hamilton e Bottas. Na 15ª e 16ªVoltas, Bottas faz a melhor volta da prova e Hamilton se aproxima de Leclerc e tenta um ataque para cima do Monegasco.

    Na 19ªVolta, Raikkonen, Perez, Russell e Vettel vão fazer a parada. Enquanto isso, Leclerc dá a resposta a Hamilton e vantagem entre os dois sobe com a volta mais rápida da prova.

    Ricciardo e Norris pararam na 21ª e 22ªVoltas. A parada não foi nada boa para Norris, a equipe demora para colocar os pneus. O resultado disso foi que o inglês da Mclaren perdeu tempo, foi à deixa para a Mercedes parar Bottas na volta seguinte. Foi uma parada perfeita e o finlandês voltou à frente de Norris e ultrapassou Alonso. A tática da Mercedes acabou dando certo. Já Norris tem pela segunda vez teve um contra tempo que acabou tirando posição. No final da volta 23, Norris supera Alonso e tenta seguir Bottas.

    Stroll para na 24ªVolta, Alonso faz a parada na volta seguinte e a Alpine não colaborou com o espanhol, uma parada de 5.4 segundo faz que o espanhol volte atrás do piloto da Aston Martin. Porém, o Príncipe das Astúrias acabou recuperando a posição.

    Sem conseguir passar Leclerc, Hamilton vai para a sua parada e cumpre a punição de 10 segundos, resultado é que a parada de troca de pneus durou 14 segundos (não foi uma parada perfeita) com isso, Hamilton voltou na 5ªposição. Nesse momento, Leclerc estava em primeiro e Sainz jr. na segunda posição. Faz muito tempo que a Ferrari não tinha dois pilotos na duas primeiras posições.

    Sainz jr. para na 29ªvolta, mas a Ferrari mandou muito mal, a parada foi de 12.3 segundos e jogou o espanhol para a 6ªposição. Já Gasly teve uma equipe que o ajudou bem mais, parada de 3 segundos para a troca de pneus.

    Leclerc parou na 30ªVolta e voltou 7 segundos a frente de Bottas. A 22 voltas do final, o piloto da Ferrari virou o favorito à vitória. Mas foi nesse momento que Lewis Hamilton começou sua arrancada para a vitória. Primeiro, Lewis chegou no Norris e não teve a menor cerimonia para passar a 3ªposição na 33ªVolta. Enquanto isso, Alonso, Stroll e Perez vinham disputando a 7ªposição, com uma grande corrida do piloto da Alpine.

    Hamilton passou a tirar vantagem para Bottas, mas não foi tão fácil tirar os 4 segundo de vantagem que o Finlandês tinha de vantagem, até porque os dois conseguiam tirar vantagem sobre o piloto da Ferrari. Perez faz sua segunda parada na 39ªpassagem.

    Na volta 41, Bottas cede ultrapassagem sobre Hamilton e a partir daquele momento, o piloto da Mercedes se transformou de vez num monstro, virando quase 1 segundo mais rápido por volta. Enquanto isso, Vettel foi para boxes e de lá não saiu mais.

    Volta após volta, Hamilton tirava mais ou menos 1 segundo. Em poucas voltas, Lewis tinha tirado toda a diferença, era questão de tempo para a ultrapassagem acontecer. Ela veio a 2 voltas e meia do final de prova. Foi mesma curva Copse, onde Hamilton e Verstappen se estranharam, nessa mesma curva, Hamilton se aproveita da escapada de Leclerc e assume a liderança.

    A torcida inglesa fez a festa nas voltas finais e assim que Hamilton recebeu a bandeirada veio à explosão de felicidade. Hamilton depois de 5 corridas consegue vencer novamente. Pela 8ªVez na sua carreira na Formula 1, Lewis comemora uma vitória em Silverstone. O campeonato voltou a ficar equilibrado entre Verstappen e Hamilton.

    Charles Leclerc teve a vitória nas mãos e venceria se não fosse pelo desempenho monstruoso de Hamilton. O Monegasco teve uma grande largada e liderou quase toda a corrida. Merecia vencer a prova. Valtteri Bottas teve duas largadas ruins e isso impediu de lutar por uma possível vitória, pelo menos conseguiu salvar um pódio e levou a Mercedes a voltar ao campeonato de construtores.

    Lando Norris teve mais um resultado prejudicado por perda de tempo, dessa vez sem punição, mas também ficou sem pódio, com o 4ºlugar e continua sendo o único piloto a pontuar em todas as 10 etapas do campeonato. Daniel Ricciardo se aproveitou dos problemas na parada de Sainz jr. e segurou a 5ªposição, seu melhor resultado na temporada. O espanhol teve problema no sábado e no domingo teve uma parada ruim, com tudo isso ainda conseguiu uma 6ªposição.

    Fernando Alonso fez um final de semana excelente, levou a Alpine ao máximo que dava para levar, ou seja, em 7ºlugar, segurando o canadense Lance Stroll da Aston Martin que voltou a obter um bom resultado na temporada. Esteban Ocon fez uma boa corrida, com menos brilhantismo que Alonso, mas que acabou rendendo 2 pontos para o francês. Yuki Tsunoda fechou a zona de pontos e manteve a Alpha Tauri pontuando em todas as provas da temporada.

    Pierre Gasly parou pela segunda vez em busca de passar todo mundo, mas o tiro saiu pela culatra e o francês ficou em 11º, fora dos pontos. George Russell não conseguiu levar a Williams aos pontos, mas demonstrou que o carro esta melhor do que no começo de temporada, tanto é que Nicholas Latifi correu direitinho e chegou na 14ªposição. Entre eles ficou o italiano Antonio Giovinazzi da Alfa Romeo.

    Kimi Raikkonen e Sergio Perez se envolveram em briga por posição, ao brigarem pela 11ªposição os dois se tocaram. O homem de gelo rodou e acabou o dia na 15ªposição, já Perez teve um fecho terrivel para sua péssima corrida, liquidada desde da classificação do sábado e não conseguindo se recuperar no domingo. Resultado foi um 16ºlugar e a perda de 2 posições no Mundial de pilotos.

    Pasmem, Mazepin chegou a frente de Mick Schumacher e acabou o dia na 17ªposição. Daqui a 15 dias teremos o GP da Hungria, a etapa que finaliza a primeira metade do campeonato. Essa prova deveria ser semana que vem, ou então, depois das Olimpíadas. Acho que uma corrida na metade dos jogos Olímpicos um tiro no pé, pouca gente vai se ligar que teremos corrida no dia 1º de agosto.

    Duas coisas precisam ser faladas. Primeira delas, um carro mesmo sendo mais rápido não consegue passar um carro mais lento, em condições normais. Já a segunda coisa a ser falada é que quando alguém toma ultrapassagem não conseguia mais acompanhar, não tinha a chance de revidar ultrapassagem. Provavelmente o carro do ano que vem precisa e deve acabar com esses dois problemas que a Formula 1 vive.




    Resultado final do GP da Inglaterra
    Silverstone – 52 Voltas – Mundial de Formula 1 de 2021

    pos piloto Equipe Chassis Motor Voltas Tempo
    1 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 52 1:58:23.284
    2 16 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 52 a 3.871s
    3 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 52 a 11.125s
    4 4 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 52 a 28.573s
    5 3 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 52 a 42.624s
    6 55 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 52 a 43.454s
    7 14 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 52 a 1:12.093s
    8 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 52 a 1:14.289s
    9 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 52 a 1:16.162s
    10 22 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 52 a 1:22.065s
    11 10 Pierre Gasly Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 52 a 1:25.327s
    12 63 George Russell Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 51 a 1 Volta
    13 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 51 a 1 Volta
    14 6 Nicholas Latifi Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 51 a 1 Volta
    15 7 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 51 a 1 Volta
    16 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 51 a 1 Volta
    17 9 Nikita Mazepin Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 51 a 1 Volta
    18 47 Mick Schumacher Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 51 a 1 Volta
    5 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 40 abandono
    33 Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 0 acidente
    Melhor Volta de cada piloto:
    pos piloto Equipe Chassis Motor Melhor Volta Na Volta
    1 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing Honda RB16B Honda RA621H 1:28.617 50
    2 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:29.699 45
    3 10 Pierre Gasly Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 1:30.266 52
    4 77 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team F1 W12 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:30.524 45
    5 16 Charles Leclerc Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:30.569 45
    6 22 Yuki Tsunoda Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda AT02 Honda RA621H 1:30.826 51
    7 55 Carlos Sainz Scuderia Mission Winnow Ferrari SF21 Ferrari 065/6 1:31.223 51
    8 3 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:31.284 51
    9 4 Lando Norris McLaren F1 Team MCL35M Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:31.420 44
    10 14 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:31.698 48
    11 7 Kimi Räikkönen Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 1:31.895 48
    12 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:31.992 48
    13 63 George Russell Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:32.049 49
    14 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team A521 Renault E-Tech 20B 1:32.210 48
    15 99 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen C41 Ferrari 065/6 1:32.346 49
    16 6 Nicholas Latifi Williams Racing FW43B Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:32.477 51
    17 47 Mick Schumacher Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1:32.862 50
    18 9 Nikita Mazepin Uralkali Haas F1 Team VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1:32.909 51
    19 5 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team AMR21 Mercedes-AMG F1 M12 1:33.059 35
    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/gp-da...ormula-1-2021/
    Última edición por deivison; 19/07/2021 a las 03:11

  10. #130
    Honestamente creo que la sanción a Hamilton se quedó corta. Algo que, minimo, le hubiera hecho quedar fuera del podio habria sido mas justo. Mucho me temo que esto pueda enfangar el resto de temporada con lo bien que iba hasta ahora...

    Una pena lo de Leclerc, y Sainz que sin la carrera Sprint ni el desastroso pit de ayer, hubiera estado dando guerra delante viendo el ritmo de Ferrari.
    Alegra ver a Ricciardo tan cerca de Norris.

    Para mi, de nuevo la cruz son Perez y Bottas, con una victoria casi regalada y no tiene ritmo para ello. Porque, si, le piden que se aparte, pero cuando ya es claro que no va a acercarse a Leclerc ni queriendo.

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    British GP: Race team notes - Mercedes

    Lewis took his eighth British Grand Prix win with a courageous drive in front of a full-capacity crowd at Silverstone. Lewis and Verstappen collided on the opening lap when fighting for the lead into Copse Corner, with Verstappen hitting the barriers and Lewis suffering damage to his wheel rim.

    The race was red-flagged as a result and Lewis received a 10 second penalty from the stewards when the race restarted 20 minutes later.


    Valtteri lost a position at the start of the race but completed an undercut on Norris on lap 23 after the McLaren driver suffered a slow pit-stop, and the team reacting with a call to box.


    Valtteri then drove faultlessly on a longer-than-intended stint on the Hard tyre, reaching P2 before being asked to let a surging Lewis past to fight with Leclerc up ahead. Lewis completed a fine overtake on Leclerc up the inside of Copse with two laps to go, in a repeat of his lap one move on Verstappen, and took the chequered flag in P1.


    Max Verstappen (185 points) leads the Drivers' Championship by 8 points from Lewis (177) and Lando (113), with Valtteri (108) moving up to in P4. Red Bull (289 points) lead the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team (285 points) by 4 points in the Constructors' Championship.


    Lewis Hamilton: I have been giving my all the past week, working in the factory, just giving it everything to uncover performance in this car with the guys and I am so proud of everyone for continuing to work, even though we had to recover a deficit. Today, as always, I tried to be measured in how I approached the race, particularly battling with Max - he's very aggressive but I was fully alongside him and he didn't leave me any space. Regardless of whether I agreed with the penalty, I took it on the chin and I just kept working. I was just like, "I'm not going to let anything get in the way of the crowd's enjoyment of the weekend, the national anthem and the British flag". I couldn't have done it without the great teamwork from Valtteri and the amazing effort from the team so I'm very grateful and just so happy to deliver this result for the team and the fans.


    Valtteri Bottas: The main issue for me today was losing a place at the start; it was the same yesterday so it's something we need to work on. During the race, we only had one option when Lando had a slow pit-stop: we had to pit as well, even though we knew the second stint would be long, and that's how it proved - it was tough towards the end of the race with the tyres blistering badly.


    It's good to see every member of the team fighting so hard for this championship.

    Today there were surprises everywhere - Ferrari looked very strong, McLaren were good on the Medium tyre so it's great for racing and for the fans. Overall, we've improved the car coming into this weekend but we know there is still work to do.


    Toto Wolff: We have seen a dramatic and exciting race today with Lewis winning the British Grand Prix again and catching Charles at the end - I think that was something for everybody. As for the incident between Lewis and Max, it always takes two to Tango and these two competitors were not giving each other an inch. It's a high speed corner and that's why these things are nasty to look at, but there is a clear regulation that is black and white on paper - if the front axle is over the middle of the car on the outside, it is your corner.


    This is a championship where the greatest driver of all time, a seven-time world champion is fighting with a tool that is maybe not as good as the other car, driven by an up and coming star who is trying to make his mark. And they collided and crashed. We have seen that in days before and with all the great rivalries in history, and this is what happened today. The most important thing is that Max is fine, and the rest of the race was great.


    Andrew Shovlin: A great result for the team, we've had a few tough races but the team has worked so hard over the last few weeks and this is a great reward for everyone. The first half of the race was pretty tough for both drivers on the Medium tyres; in traffic we were limited by tyre overheating and it was impossible to close up sufficiently to attack. We'd planned to go long with both but when Lando had a poor stop, we called Valtteri in early to bank that position.


    With Lewis we struggled with a bit too much understeer in the first stint and eventually came in due to the front tyres dropping. On the Hard tyre we could start to push the car to its potential and it was great to see Valtteri able to pull away and Lewis able to close the gap to Charles. We'd expected to catch with a couple of laps to go but Lewis's pace didn't drop and in the end it was a comfortable win despite having to drop the ten seconds with the penalty. We came here to win and to close the gap in the championships so we should be very satisfied with our work this weekend. We're nearly half-way through and there's hardly anything in it, we know that Red Bull are going to bounce back strong so from first thing tomorrow morning we'll be putting all our efforts into the next race in Budapest.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70329/Britis...notes-Mercedes


    British GP: Race team notes - Red Bull

    Sergio Perez: "I'm very disappointed with my weekend and my performance. I wasn't able to make as much progress as expected and found myself in a very difficult position with the tyres. As soon as we were in the DRS train it was impossible to overtake people. I think P7 was possible today, with a couple more laps I think I could have got Lance and Fernando but in the end for strategic reasons we decided to stop to take the fastest lap. It's a weekend for us to forget and we lost a lot of ground in the Championship, we need to regroup, work hard and come back as strong as possible in Hungary. I need to re-watch the incident with Max and Lewis as I haven't seen it, but the most important thing that Max is okay."

    Christian Horner: "This is an incredibly difficult way to end the British Grand Prix weekend and it goes without saying that we are all just thankful Max was able to walk away from the car, despite later being taken to hospital for precautionary checks, where he currently remains for observation.


    "I have reviewed the footage many times and still cannot help but feel that putting a wheel up the inside at Copse, one of the fastest corners in this World Championship, was ill-judged and a huge risk by Lewis to both drivers. He was not significantly alongside Max as you can see from the point of contact, Lewis' front left to Max's right rear. The move was never on and resulted in a 51G impact for Max. We are in contact with Max and Jos and will provide an update later today.


    "For Checo, it was also not an easy afternoon and after starting from the pit lane and making early progress through the field he was stuck in a mid-field DRS train creating high tyre degradation. We therefore opted to pit him towards the end of the race in order to secure fastest lap. We come away with a slim lead in both Championships and you can be sure that once we have had time to reflect on today, all this weekend will do is add fire to our Championship fight."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70327/Britis...notes-Red-Bull


    British GP: Race team notes - McLaren

    Lando Norris: "A bit of a frustrating race, but also a lot of positives and in the end I'm happy with the result. I would've loved to have a chance to fight for P3 – the pit-stop meant we weren't able to, but I don't really think it would've changed the end result. A good job by the whole team and thanks to them for giving me a great car this weekend. Fourth and fifth for us is a great result and now for one more race before the summer break. We'll keep it up and try to do better next time.

    "It was lovely to see all the fans in the grandstands – it made it a lot more special, and seeing them all waving and cheering on the in-lap was cool as well. Thanks to all of them for coming out to support and making it a more enjoyable and special weekend – hopefully we'll see them again soon."


    Daniel Ricciardo: "From a team point of view, it was a good day, with both cars in the top five. It's the first time this year that I've had a top five, so I'll take some positives from that – definitely a good day.


    "I did struggle with outright pace. There were parts of the race where I felt I couldn't do that much more, so I've still got areas to work on with myself, and getting the car more to my liking, but nonetheless it was good to hold off Carlos. He was a lot quicker! He caught me extremely quickly and I knew that if I was mistake-free, I'd have half-a-chance. From that point of view, I'm super happy to end up fifth.


    "Finally, it was great to see so many fans back in the stands here today. As a driver, it really means a lot to hear them cheering you on. There's been plenty of McLaren caps in the grandstands too, so that's awesome to see. I'm definitely feeling the love."


    Andreas Seidl, Team Principal: "Today, in front of a phenomenal crowd at Silverstone, containing a lot of our fans and many of our staff from the MTC, we come away having scored a lot of points in our battle in the Constructors' Championship. The entire team, our colleagues from Mercedes HPP and both drivers did an outstanding job this weekend to prepare and adapt to the demands of the new sprint format. We improved session by session and leave the circuit having had a very good day.


    "We have to say sorry to Lando for the issue with a wheel nut at his pit-stop that took away his chance of fighting for a podium. He drove extremely well for P4, as did Daniel, who took a good step forward for P5, and withstood relentless pressure from Carlos for more than half the race.


    "We hope Max is okay after his high-speed crash and send him our best wishes. It's the one thing that mars a special weekend. F1 and the teams did a great job to put on this new format, which provided a great show for everyone, both in the packed grandstands and back at home. We had a lot of our own people with us in the grandstands this weekend and we really felt the support of the many McLaren fans.


    "There's a lot to learn from this weekend – we'll go away and analyse it thoroughly to see how we can improve the next time we try sprint quali. But first, a weekend off, some much-needed rest for the team and then on to Hungary."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70328/Britis...-notes-McLaren


    British GP: Race team notes - Aston Martin

    Lance Stroll: "I am really happy with my race because we were able to turn around a tricky start to the weekend by finishing in P8 and scoring four points. We have been working to find the right car balance and we had a breakthrough today, which is a great credit to the team and all the effort everyone has put in. The key to the race was making two strong starts either side of the red flag, where we gained several places each time. The strategies were quite similar for the whole grid, making overtaking more tricky, but those starts set us up for a good race. The new format has been a challenge for everyone this weekend, but I think there are positives and we can learn how to maximise the other events with Sprints."

    Sebastian Vettel: "The weekend was looking promising and, without all the problems, I should have finished well inside the points. I am very disappointed to lose the car in a wheel-to-wheel battle with Fernando (Alonso). I am not sure exactly what happened, but I misjudged it, lost grip, and spun. After that, I was right at the back. In the end we did not finish the race because the team retired the car with a cooling issue."


    Otmar Szafnauer, CEO & Team Principal: "We had hoped to be coming away from our home Grand Prix with more than the four points we eventually scored, but those four points came our way as a result of a superb drive by Lance, who made up six places this afternoon to convert a P14 grid slot to a P8 finish. No driver made up more places. As for Sebastian, he made a good start when the race recommenced after the coming-together between (Lewis) Hamilton and (Max) Verstappen, and he was dicing with (Fernando) Alonso when he spun at the exit of Turn Seven. He got going again but his race was ended on lap 40 with an engine overheating issue."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70326/Britis...s-Aston-Martin


    British GP: Race team notes - Alpine

    Alpine F1 Team claimed double points in the British Grand Prix after Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon battled to seventh and ninth place respectively in a thrilling race at a packed-out Silverstone.

    The result means Fernando stretches his points-scoring streak to five races with Esteban returning to the points for the first time since Monaco.


    Despite finishing in their starting positions, it was far from plain sailing to the chequered flag.


    Off the line, Esteban enjoyed the stronger start and was unfortunate to be caught in a tight gap between Fernando and Sebastian Vettel. Both drivers were able to escape without major damage with Fernando holding seventh and Esteban tenth at the end of lap one.


    The race was red flagged after an incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at Copse, with barrier repairs bringing a 30-minute delay to the race.


    At the second standing start, Fernando gained a position to sixth with Esteban maintaining tenth. Esteban then progressed to ninth on lap five after passing Kimi Raikkonen with Fernando dropping a place to Carlos Sainz.


    Esteban pitted for new Hards on lap 19, with a slow-stop for Fernando for Hards on lap 24 momentarily costing him a place to Lance Stroll, which he soon recovered with a dive into Brooklands.


    Esteban dipped outside the points after Pierre Gasly's overtake on lap 29, but with Sergio Perez pitting on lap 38 and Gasly on lap 48 for a puncture, Esteban was able to progress his way to ninth, which he held at the chequered flag. Fernando comfortably held Stroll at bay for seventh place.


    Thanks to the double points finish Alpine F1 Team regains some ground in the Constructors' Championship compared to its rivals and now heads to the Hungarian Grand Prix hoping to make further in-roads.


    Esteban Ocon: "It was not an easy race today with everything going on; the red flag, two standing starts, but we're back in the points and that feels good. It was nice to be fighting and getting the maximum from the car. Tyre management was challenging today but we did everything well. Of course, you always want more, but as a team, we have both cars in the points today and that's a great reward for everyone's hard work.

    We're back on the pace after three difficult races and we aim to keep this going now through to Hungary. We'll be preparing and working hard for that, to make sure we back this result up. I'm glad Max is OK after the incident, and I wish him a speedy recovery."


    Fernando Alonso: "It was a good result today and I am happy to score more points for the team. It was a very long, hot race so it was very challenging. I thought we managed the temperatures and the tyres in a good way, and we also kept enough of a gap to Lance (Stroll) behind. We made some good calls on strategy and executed everything well. It was a little bit of a different weekend and we'll have to see if the fans enjoyed it.

    We now have two weeks until we go again."


    Marcin Budkowski, Executive Director: "Overall it's been a positive weekend for us; a great Sprint, double points and nice to see Esteban back to form. The race didn't start the best way with Fernando having an off on his way to the grid and damaging his diffuser. We made all the repairs we could on the grid but had to start the race with a slightly damaged car and a performance deficit. Both drivers lost some positions at the start, but it went a lot better on the restart after the red flag. From that point on, it was a very well-managed race from a strategy and pace point of view. Fernando actually managed the pace in a very strategic way by creating a DRS train to protect his position. It was a while since we placed both cars in the points and it allowed us to outscore our nearest competitors in the Constructors' Championship. We also send our best wishes to Max and hope he is OK."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70322/Britis...m-notes-Alpine


    British GP: Race team notes - Ferrari

    Scuderia Ferrari leaves Silverstone with its head held high. On a track that, on paper, should not have suited the SF21, the team came away with its biggest points haul of the season courtesy of a second place for Charles and a sixth for Carlos.

    Charles' first podium of the year, the 13th of his career, came after he led for nearly the entire race, starting from the opening lap, when he made the most of a collision between Verstappen and Hamilton, who had been ahead of him up until then. Charles' pace was very good, especially in the first stint on the Medium tyres, managing a reasonable gap to Hamilton up until the pit stop. The situation changed once he switched to Hards, with Hamilton upping the pace and, with three laps to go, he managed to pass the Ferrari man. Charles was obviously disappointed that the victory had slipped from his grasp with just a few laps to go, but he can still take satisfaction from a truly great performance. That was also the opinion of the fans who made him their "Driver of the Day" with the on-line vote.


    Carlos drove a good race and for the second time in two days, he had a great climb up the order. The Spaniard also looked competitive on the Medium tyres, to the extent that he got ahead of Ricciardo by running a longer and faster first stint than the Australian. Unfortunately, a technical problem at the pit stop cost him a lot of time and he found himself once again behind the number 3 car. The Spaniard soon caught up to Ricciardo again, but lacked the top speed to get past, making for a frustrating final part of the race.


    The Formula 1 World Championship resumes in a fortnight's time on 1st August with the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring, on the outskirts of Budapest.


    Charles Leclerc: We have to look at the positives in this type of situation, despite the disappointment of losing the win in the closing laps.


    It was a challenging race for me. In the first stint, I had to make some changes on the steering wheel to manage the engine cuts I had. After that, I felt that we had it under control. I managed to pull away from the others and lead for the majority of the race. Unfortunately, Lewis was just more competitive on the Hards. I could feel his pace as he approached me and there was not much I could do.


    On the upside, we were quicker than anyone else on the Mediums, which we did not expect. It was impressive. On the Hards, we had a little bit less of an advantage, but still showed a great pace. I am very proud of how we have been working. The team has done an incredible job and fully deserves this podium. They also deserve a win, so we will keep pushing to make it happen if we get the chance.


    Carlos Sainz: Not the greatest race for me, but in general a very good result for the team and many positives to take away. Today our car was strong, the balance was good, and our work with the set-up is paying off.


    Two good starts put me in a position to fight with Ricciardo, but passing the McLaren on track proved to be incredibly difficult. The dirty air through the corners meant I couldn't get close enough and we were lacking a bit on the straights. Once he pitted, my pace in clean air was super strong and I managed to virtually overcut him before my stop.

    Unfortunately the pit stop was slow. The team has been great at pit stops all year and these things can happen. I tried my best to overtake the McLaren during the second stint but we faced the same problem and in the end we came home in P6.


    A big congrats to Charles, who nearly managed to secure a win for the team! This race gives us a good feeling for Hungary and for the second part of the season. We keep pushing.


    Mattia Binotto: This was a positive Grand Prix for us, not just because of the result, but mainly because of the progress the team has made. After the race in France the whole group reacted well. We know we are not yet at the point to be fighting for the top places on a regular basis, as there are two cars that are faster than ours. But it's important that we are working in the right direction.


    Charles drove a fantastic race, following on from excellent performances on Friday and Saturday. I can understand his disappointment because it hurts to lose a win in the closing moments of a race, but he should be pleased with what he achieved over these three days. Carlos drove a solid race. It was a shame that a technical problem with a wheel gun at the pit stop cost him at least one place. Now we are looking ahead to the next race in Hungary. It's a very different type of track to this one and we will be looking to confirm the progress seen over the past few races.

    https://www.pitpass.com/70330/Britis...-notes-Ferrari


    British GP: Race team notes - AlphaTauri

    Yuki Tsunoda: "I'm quite happy to have come away with a point today. I tried to stick to the plan, really focus on tyre management, and I think I achieved that well. I've struggled a bit throughout the weekend and the different format has made things slightly more difficult for me as a rookie, so I'm pleased to have come away with an all-important point for the team."

    Pierre Gasly: "Honestly, I have no words. We were in the points right until the end, then unfortunately I had a puncture and had to box with five laps to go. It's very frustrating to be coming away with no points after today's race. There are still some positives to take away though, as after quite a difficult weekend, the pace when I was alone in the middle of the race today was quite good, once I'd managed to clear the traffic. We obviously want to continue to fight for better positions, so we'll work hard to understand the areas we've struggled with this weekend and hope to be more competitive again in Hungary."


    Jody Egginton (Technical Director): "The pace of the car hasn't been where we expected it to be leading up to the race. Our Qualifying was below our expectation and then in the Sprint Qualifying there was a lot of traffic, so we couldn't make any progress. Today in the race, we managed to use the strategy to extend our first stint on the Mediums, which worked out quite well and allowed us to jump some competitors with both cars. This allowed us to be in a good position to fight for the points with Pierre and then get close to that with Yuki. Pierre looked quite strong against Alpine and Stroll, however it's difficult to overtake here. Unfortunately, Pierre then picked up a puncture from debris on track and was forced to pit for Softs near the end of the race, taking him out of the points. Yuki was in a position to benefit from this and has managed to score a point here. We could recover some of our losses, but our expectation was that we could've been finishing in P8 today so it's still quite disappointing. We've got to go away and get ourselves organised for the next race, as we've demonstrated today the midfield battle is extremely tight and we need to be scoring points each race."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70321/Britis...tes-AlphaTauri


    British GP: Race team notes - Alfa Romeo

    The first Sprint Grand Prix weekend in the history of Formula One went into the archives with a race that delivered thrills from lights to flag and in which Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN gave a good account of themselves, even though the ultimate reward of points remained just about elusive. Antonio Giovinazzi crossed the line in 13th and Kimi Raikkonen, who had run in the top ten for the whole first stint, was in P15 after a late contact dropped him down the order.

    Starting in P13 and P15 after their good work in yesterday's Sprint Qualifying, both Kimi and Antonio opted, as the majority of the field, to start on medium tyres. A good showing in the opening lap saw them running as high as ninth and tenth before the race was stopped because of a high-speed crash, thankfully with no serious consequences, by Max Verstappen. At the restart, our duo defended well, then settled in P10 and P13 as the race got into a rhythm.


    After the only round of pit-stops in race conditions (both drivers having changed tyres under red flag conditions), both drivers pushed hard to make inroads in the top ten, with Kimi in 12th and Antonio in 15th. Kimi managed to climb back into P10, but the elation was short-lived as there was still some late drama, when a nice battle between the Finn and Sergio Perez ended up in contact, with Kimi spinning and having to recover from 16th. The two Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN cars eventually crossed the line in 13th (Antonio) and 15th (Kimi) - result that unfortunately doesn't reward a battling effort with points this weekend.


    Frederic Vasseur, Team Principal: "Another race in which our good pace put us close to the points, but in which the reward eventually eluded us. We had a good start, we were able to run in the top ten both before the stops and at the time of Kimi's contact with Checo, but in the end we just missed something to stay ahead: we continue to close the gap with the leaders, even on a track where we expected to struggle a bit more, and that should be a good sign ahead of other circuits where we can hope to extract more from our package."


    Kimi Raikkonen: "It wasn't too bad a race until the contact with Perez. We knew it would be a difficult afternoon but we had a good start and were able to run in the top ten for a while. I had a nice battle with Sergio, we went side by side in quite a few corners but suddenly the space was gone: I am not sure what happened but I spun and that was it. In the end, we had to do a lot of defending, we were still missing something to be in the points until the flag. Hopefully the next tracks will play a bit more to our strengths and we can be more competitive."


    Antonio Giovinazzi: "It was a long race and not an overly exciting one for me, we had good pace but we couldn't put it together when it mattered. We were in front of Tsunoda before the stops, but got stuck behind Russell and couldn't get through. This wasn't a track where overtaking is easy, and it's quite a disappointment when you see that Yuki eventually finished in the points. We'll need to learn from this and focus on Hungary. It's a track with slow corners and no long straights, so it should fit us a bit better."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70324/Britis...tes-Alfa-Romeo


    British GP: Race team notes - Haas

    Uralkali Haas F1 Team drivers Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher classified 17th and 18th respectively at the British Grand Prix, Round 10 of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, held at Silverstone Circuit on Sunday.

    Schumacher lined up from 18th position, with Mazepin 19th, and were equipped with Pirelli's P Zero Yellow medium tires. Both drivers made strong starts on a frenetic opening lap, with Schumacher gaining two spots and Mazepin picking up one position.

    The race was then red-flagged due to a sizeable accident involving championship leader Max Verstappen.


    Race Director Michael Masi opted for a standing restart, from which Schumacher ran 15th, and Mazepin 18th, before settling into a rhythm at the rear of the train.

    Schumacher came in on lap 25 to change onto White hard tires while one lap later Mazepin also boxed to take on the harder compound. Shortly after the pit stop phase Mazepin passed his teammate and they retained their track order through to the checkered flag - finishing 17th and 18th after 52 laps and taking the ninth successive double finish for Uralkali Haas F1 Team.


    Nikita Mazepin: "It was tough - very hot! The weekend has been positive. I was very happy with the balance that we managed to extract out of the car, but we were slow compared to other teams - we were not able to fight anybody today. We obviously weren't able to change the car as much as other weekends, but I think we found a very good set-up early on in the weekend, which perhaps wasn't ultimately the best thing in qualifying but then worked quite well on a track that was degrading like this. I had to push very hard in the beginning to try and get in front because you know that this track is difficult to overtake on, and I used a lot of my tires but then I put in probably my best overtake in the last three years."


    Mick Schumacher: "It wasn't easy. Unfortunately, we were struggling with tires and the approach that we had. We were trying not to overheat the tires over the first few laps, and it seems like Nikita was pushing a bit harder in the first few laps and still managed to keep his tires in the window. I will have to analyze how as there was a lot of margin for me to go faster. We will have to learn from it and try and get back stronger in Budapest."


    Guenther Steiner: "It was a good race today for us. We finished not where we want to finish but both guys were fighting hard and clean - this is a part of the learning and we want to take this forward. We had good starts. There was a lot of drama at the beginning of the race, and we went through that very calmly and they both delivered. At the moment, this is what is possible. They both fought hard but clean and that's the most important thing for me."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70320/Britis...eam-notes-Haas


    British GP: Race team notes - Williams

    George Russell finished 12th and Nicholas Latifi 14th in the British Grand Prix. George started 12th and Nicholas 17th, both on the medium Pirelli tyre.

    Both cars swapped to a fresh set of the medium compound under the Red Flag, with George subsequently stopping on lap 18 and Nicholas lap 19 for the hard Pirelli tyre.


    Dave Robson, Head of Vehicle Performance: We enjoyed a good fight with the midfield teams today and we raced hard in difficult and hot conditions. The early safety car and race suspension made the one-stop race easier than it might otherwise have been, and the race became one of balancing attack and tyre management. It was a shame that we were unable to beat the Alpha Tauri cars having outperformed them on Friday evening, but that is racing, and they are a strong team.


    We can take a lot of positives from this weekend and we enjoyed the different format.

    Having raced in the heat here in Silverstone, we are well prepared for the next event in Budapest in two weeks' time, which is also likely to be very hot. The nature of the Hungaroring is quite different to Silverstone, but aspects of the tyre behaviour will carry forward.


    George Russell: P12 was the maximum today for us. We made a poor getaway initially on the first start but a really good one on the second. Sadly, we had already lost a few positions. When you have 50 or 60 laps in a race the true pace of the car comes out and realistically, we are still slightly slower than Alpha Tauri, Alpine and Aston Martin right now. Defending from those teams was always going to be difficult but we've been racing in the top-12 in the last four races, fighting for points in three of them, so we are making some good progress.


    It has been an amazing weekend here at Silverstone with a strong weekend and the support from the home crowd. I wish it was like this every weekend! I am so grateful, and I hope as a team we can continue to perform and give them something to cheer about.


    Nicholas Latifi: It was a very hot and physically challenging race. It was all about managing the tyres, and we moved forward after two poor starts off the line so that is a positive. I think we overmanaged the first stint on the tyres, but then had to box to prevent an undercut. The last stint felt OK but it was difficult at the end to move forward and get close to other cars in the dirty air. I am happy overall with my performance and I think it was a decent race for the package we had. There are some positives to take away from the weekend and I'm now looking forward to Hungary.


    https://www.pitpass.com/70325/Britis...notes-Williams

    British GP: Race team notes - Pirelli

    Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton was the winner, with two tyre changes, of a dramatic British Grand Prix that was paused by a red flag shortly after the start following contact between Hamilton and Red Bull driver Max Verstappen. Hamilton started on P Zero Yellow medium C2, changed to another set of mediums during the red flag period after lap two, and then finished the race on the P Zero White hard C1. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, who finished second, led until the final laps before being overhauled by Hamilton who was fighting back from a 10-second penalty.

    The same basic strategy was used by all the drivers apart from AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly (who made an extra stop following a puncture) and Red Bull's Sergio Perez.


    Under the red flag rules, teams are allowed to change tyres and repair damage. In total, 13 drivers changed tyres (including Hamilton): but they just swapped the mediums they had originally started the race on for a fresh set of the same compound.


    The sprint qualifying format for the British Grand Prix meant that drivers had a free choice of tyres for the start. They all chose to start on the medium C2 tyre, with Perez - who started from the pit lane - being the only car to start on the hard C1.


    Temperatures remain high throughout the race, with 32 degrees centigrade ambient and 49 degrees on track. Despite these challenging conditions, the tyres performed well.


    Mario Isola: "The race strategy was influenced by the new tyre rules in place for sprint qualifying races, which allow all the drivers a free choice of tyres at the start so that they can follow the theoretically fastest run plans. That's exactly what they did today, with the vast majority moving from the medium to hard. We were then treated to a fantastic duel between two of the top drivers in the sport, who managed their tyres perfectly to deliver a thrilling battle to the end. Now we remain at Silverstone to focus on our next task: continuing the 2022 18-inch test programme, which we will be doing on Tuesday and Wednesday with Aston Martin, Haas and Red Bull."

    https://www.pitpass.com/70323/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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    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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    La mejor noticia, la salida de MV anoche del hospital:

    https://www.pitpass.com/70331/Versta...-from-hospital
    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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    En mi opinion el GP de UK ha sido una VERGÜENZA para la F1.

    Primero por el ostión de Hamilton a Verstappen y el no ver bandera negra. Pero "como corre en casa...." pues déjalo al chaval que infrinja todo lo que quiera.

    Y segundo y más grave aún el NO uso de la mascarilla por parte de NADIE ni de las distancias de seguridad. Pero es que ni de los pilotos, jefes de equipo o mecánicos. (140k espectadores y NI uno con mascarilla)

    Me sabe muy mal pero por este hecho yo sancionaria al GP con no disputarse en 2022. Es MUY grave lo que ha sucedido este fin de semana en Silverstone.
    Última edición por red5isalive; 19/07/2021 a las 10:51

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    Y hablando de Kimi y esa acción con Checo, esta radio es Kimi total. Pobre Julien.



    Julien: A shame with Perez, was P10.
    Kimi: What?
    Julien: I said a shame with Perez, could’ve maybe scored.
    Kimi: Maybe.. or maybe we need to make the car faster simply. It’s impossible to fight against them. Save this and save that and try to fight with the other cars. Come on. [mumble]

    Kimi es total , no puede ser más claro.

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

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '09)

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

    Martin Brundle (Sing '10)

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    En mi opinion el GP de UK ha sido una VERGÜENZA para la F1.

    Primero por el ostión de Hamilton a Verstappen y el no ver bandera negra. Pero "como corre en casa...." pues déjalo al chaval que infrinja todo lo que quiera.

    Y segundo y más grave aún el NO uso de la mascarilla por parte de NADIE ni de las distancias de seguridad. Pero es que ni de los pilotos, jefes de equipo o mecánicos. (140k espectadores y NI uno con mascarilla)

    Me sabe muy mal pero por este hecho yo sancionaria al GP con no disputarse en 2022. Es MUY grave lo que ha sucedido este fin de semana en Silverstone.
    Ya lleva siendo asi un tiempo, en la Eurocopa nadie la llevaba en los estadios de UK. Y de hecho hoy se anulan alli la inmensa mayoria de restricciones.

    Que vamos, no la llevaban porque no era obligatorio, sin entrar en si es bueno o malo.

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    Los números del G.P de Gran Bretaña:

































    Buscando la imperfección perfecta...

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    Ya lleva siendo asi un tiempo, en la Eurocopa nadie la llevaba en los estadios de UK. Y de hecho hoy se anulan alli la inmensa mayoria de restricciones.

    Que vamos, no la llevaban porque no era obligatorio, sin entrar en si es bueno o malo.
    Pues me parece lamentable. Luego vienen aquí y lo infectan todo :S

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    La habitual sesión de gráficas de carrera.

    GP de Gran Bretaña 2021 :

    Posiciones por vuelta y compuesto


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    Ritmo promedio de todos


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    Tiempos compensados de todos (compensación peso gasolina)


    Stints de los tiempos compensados de todos


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    Distancias entre todos los pilotos


    Distancias entre los diez primeros


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Mercedes, Ferrari y McLaren


    Tiempos por vuelta de los Ferrari, McLaren y Alpine


    Tiempos por vuelta de los McLaren, Alpine y Aston Martin


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    Huella de carrera de todos


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    Huella de carrera de los diez primeros


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    Ritmo Absoluto de todos (compensación peso gasolina)


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    Comparación vueltas de Hamilton y Leclerc


    Comparación vueltas de Leclerc y Bottas


    Comparación vueltas de Bottas y Norris


    Comparación vueltas de Norris y Ricciardo


    Comparación vueltas de Ricciardo y Sainz


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    Rendimientos globales en Carrera


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    Y seguimos porrocesando ... ...
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    Cita Iniciado por yorch Ver mensaje
    Honestamente creo que la sanción a Hamilton se quedó corta. Algo que, minimo, le hubiera hecho quedar fuera del podio habria sido mas justo. Mucho me temo que esto pueda enfangar el resto de temporada con lo bien que iba hasta ahora...

    Una pena lo de Leclerc, y Sainz que sin la carrera Sprint ni el desastroso pit de ayer, hubiera estado dando guerra delante viendo el ritmo de Ferrari.
    Alegra ver a Ricciardo tan cerca de Norris.

    Para mi, de nuevo la cruz son Perez y Bottas, con una victoria casi regalada y no tiene ritmo para ello. Porque, si, le piden que se aparte, pero cuando ya es claro que no va a acercarse a Leclerc ni queriendo.
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    En mi opinion el GP de UK ha sido una VERGÜENZA para la F1.

    Primero por el ostión de Hamilton a Verstappen y el no ver bandera negra. Pero "como corre en casa...." pues déjalo al chaval que infrinja todo lo que quiera.

    Y segundo y más grave aún el NO uso de la mascarilla por parte de NADIE ni de las distancias de seguridad. Pero es que ni de los pilotos, jefes de equipo o mecánicos. (140k espectadores y NI uno con mascarilla)

    Me sabe muy mal pero por este hecho yo sancionaria al GP con no disputarse en 2022. Es MUY grave lo que ha sucedido este fin de semana en Silverstone.
    Discrepo en lo de que Hamilton ostió a Verstappen , y como resultado, en que la sanción fuese mayor
    Es más, cuanto más lo veo, más me decanto entre el incidente de carrera y esos +10s, ya que los dos son culpables, Hamilton por no apurar más en la curva, y Verstappen por creerse que los demás se le tienen que apartar porque él les está adelantando.





















    Sacado de aquí:

    No se puede pasar por alto el hecho de que :
    1º-Los dos van bastante pasados de frenada , es lo que tiene alargar demasiado las cosas, se suelen romper
    2º El oponente (VER/HAM) en ningún momento te va a dar mi medio milímetro que te haya ganado, da igual que sea en recta, en curva, en el pit lane o el váter, a modo de ejemplo, fijáos en el hueco que le deja Ver a Ham para pasar junto al muro ...
    3º El que impacta contra alguien es Verstappen contra Hamilton y si alguien me dice que Ham se tenía que apartar... ... le puedo responder que Verstappen se tira encima :sherlock... alomojó es que da demasiados portazos con demasiada vehemencia ... no es el precísamente el primero. Lo de que no sabía que Ham estaba ahí , es de chiste.
    4º Todo esto ocurre en dos segundos (hasta los peces recuerdan estos intervalos de tiempo ), y aunque esto no es descargo para ninguno de los dos, solo indica lo rápido "e instintivo" del asunto .

    Y cuanto más lo miro, más estoy entre el incidente de carrera y esos +10s a Ham por estirar y estirar, sabiendo que bloquea la toma de curva,y Verstappen por cerrar la puerta ignorandolo todo , quién es más culpable... ...


    No se si estoy enfermo, pero quién iba a decir que le daría media razón al "restituto" :
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    Una mirada a los fondos planos vistos en los autos de los equipos Mercedes F1 y Red Bull Racing:

    https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/th...sh-gp/6634074/
    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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    Pues yo creo que no MC.
    Verstappen va por delante (el impacto es lateral trasero) y Ham ya ha impactado varias veces con oponentes de la misma forma, la más reciente Austria con Albon.
    Los pilotos tienen un pedal que es el freno, y si vas lider no vas a frenar. Pero si vas por detrás puedes levantar el pie. Si no quieres e impactas es cosa tuya, o eso entiendo yo.

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    Discrepo, si vas líder no vas a frenar, de acuerdo, pero no lanzas una cerrada de curva dando por sentado que el otro va a frenar para que tu no le des, importante esto último. Es Verstappen el que impacta contra Hamilton.
    De acuerdo con que Ham tiene espacio a su dcha, y esto es vital para que Verstappen pudiera pasarle sin impactar, pero no puedes darlo por supuesto .
    Y por eso mismo, porque aún quedaba pista, le han caído esos +10s a Ham.
    Estás absolutamente seguro de que Ham no podía tomar la curva estando donde estaba???

    Yo no, por eso tiene también culpa Verstappen, porque un segundo antes estaban a la par, y los dos descolocados por el alargamiento exagerado de la frenada, los dos, y en esa misma maniobra Verstappen impacta contra Hamilton.

    No es Hamilton, el que pasado de frenada impacta contra Verstappen cuando está cerrando la puerta, es al revés. Y repito, porque parece que no lo tienes en cuenta, los dos están pasados de frenada.

    Y por cierto, también puedes abortar el adelantamiento e intentarlo más tarde, llevaban varias curvas alternando los empujones y trazando en paralelo .
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    Más imágenes de la colisión LH vs MV:

    https://twitter.com/C4F1/status/1417851533010612226
    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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    Discrepo, si vas líder no vas a frenar, de acuerdo, pero no lanzas una cerrada de curva dando por sentado que el otro va a frenar para que tu no le des, importante esto último.
    De igual manera Ham no puede pretender que quien tiene la trazada normal no la siga, por dejarle espacio a el.

    Yo sigo pensando que el británico es mas responsable, por mucho que esté de acuerdo en que Max tiende a olvidarse que los demas tambien corren.

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    A Bottas le pidieron que le echara un ojo al coche de Hamilton tras el toque con Max.



    https://twitter.com/_DMS16/status/14...518296074?s=20

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    Cierto, Yorch, y por eso le cayeron esos 10 segundos.
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