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2016 F1 FIRST PHOTOS: Mercedes W07 Formula One Challenger

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2016 Technical Briefing with Paddy Lowe - Executive Director (Technical), MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team What were the main…

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2016 F1 FIRST PHOTOS: McLaren-Honda MP4-31 Formula One Challenger

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McLaren-Honda today reveals its brand-new Formula 1 challenger, the MP4-31, ahead of the first all-team test, which will begin in…

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2016 F1 FIRST PHOTOS: Ferrari SF16-H Formula One Challenger

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A shortened nose, a tapered rear end and an intriguing red-and-white livery are the signature features of the new SF16-H.…

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2016 F1 FIRST PHOTOS: Williams FW38 Formula One Challenger

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· 2019 Italian GP (Monza): Three Takes From Formula One F1 Qualifying (Sep 07, 2019)
· 2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Leclerc, Ferrari On Pole! (Sep 07, 2019)
· 2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One Practice Results - Leclerc, Ferrari Fastest! (Sep 06, 2019)
· 2019 Belgium GP (Spa): Three Takes Following the Formula One F1 Race (Sep 02, 2019)
· 2019 Belgium GP (Spa): Formula One F1 Race Results - Leclerc, Ferrari Win! (Sep 01, 2019)
· 2019 Belgium GP (Spa): Three Quick Takes From Formula One F1 Qualifying (Aug 31, 2019)
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# Date Race Winner/Time (*)
1 Mar 15 Australian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
2 Mar 29 Malaysia Grand Prix Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari
3 Apr 12 Chinese Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
4 Apr 19 Bahrain Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
5 May 10 Spanish Grand Prix Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
6 May 24 Monaco Grand Prix Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
7 Jun 7 Canadian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
8 Jun 21 Austrian Grand Prix Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
9 Jul 5 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
10 Jul 26 Hungarian Grand Prix 8:00 AM
11 Aug 23 Belgian Grand Prix 8:00 AM
12 Sep 6 Italian Grand Prix 8:00 AM
13 Sep 20 Singapore Grand Prix 8:00 AM
14 Sep 27 Japanese Grand Prix 1:00 AM
15 Oct 11 Russian Grand Prix 7:00 AM
16 Oct 25 United States Grand Prix 3:00 PM
17 Nov 1 Mexican Grand Prix 2:00 PM
18 Nov 15 Brazilian Grand Prix 11:00 AM
19 Nov 29 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 8:00 AM

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2015 : Formula One Drivers Standings
Pos Driver CTY Team Points
1 Lewis Hamilton GBR MERCEDES 194
2 Nico Rosberg GER MERCEDES 177
3 Sebastian Vettel GER FERRARI 135
4 Valtteri Bottas FIN WILLIAMS 77
5 Kimi Raikkonen FIN FERRARI 76
6 Felipe Massa BRA WILLIAMS 74
7 Daniel Ricciardo AUS Red Bull 36
8 Daniil Kvyat RUS Red Bull 27
9 Nico Hulkenberg GER Force India 24
10 Romain Grosjean FRA LOTUS 17
11 Felipe Nasr BRA SAUBER 16
12 Sergio Perez MEX Force India 15
13 Pastor Maldonado VEN LOTUS 12
14 Max Verstappen NED Toro Rosso 10
15 Carlos Sainz ESP Toro Rosso 9
16 Marcus Ericsson SWE SAUBER 5
17 Jenson Button GBR MCLAREN 4
18 Fernando Alonso ESP MCLAREN 1
19 Roberto Merhi ESP MARUSSIA 0
20 Will Stevens GBR MARUSSIA 0



Haas F1 Team Confirms Grosjean and Magnussen
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, September 19, 2019 - 09:00 PM
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Haas F1 Team Confirms Grosjean and Magnussen


American Formula One Team Retains Driver Pairing for Fourth Consecutive Season in 2020

Haas F1 Team will enter the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship fielding a retained driver lineup of Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen.

Grosjean and Magnussen will be partnered together at the American outfit for a fourth straight year as the team prepares for its fifth season competing in Formula One. Grosjean joined at the inception of the squad in 2016 with Magnussen signing on from 2017. The duo has combined to score a total of 166 points since pairing together in 2017 and last season their joint efforts helped Haas F1 Team to finish fifth overall in the constructors’ championship with 93 points – the Kannapolis-based outfit’s best placing to-date.

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Robert Kubica Decides to Leave ROKiT Williams Racing at End of 2019 Season
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, September 19, 2019 - 08:59 PM
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Robert Kubica Decides to Leave ROKiT Williams Racing at End of 2019 Season


ROKiT Williams Racing can confirm that Robert Kubica has decided to leave the team at the end of the 2019 Formula One racing season.


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18 Inch Wheel Test - Mario Isola - Head Of F1 And Car Racing
Posted by: ASkyler on Friday, September 13, 2019 - 06:12 PM
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18 Inch Wheel Test - Mario Isola - Head Of F1 And Car Racing


"We were delighted to open up a brand new chapter at Paul Ricard, with the debut for our 18-inch tyres - which will change the face of Formula 1 - taking place alongside our latest development test for next year's 13-inch tyres. Renault provided a 2018 mule car for the 18-inch test, with Sergey Sirotkin driving to mark this historic moment. We completed our planned programme as expected, covering 213 laps with the 18-inch tyres over two days. This was very useful for us to take a first look at the new generation of tyres and start shaping the development path that we will follow for the remainder of this year and next year. Of course, it is hard to read too much into this test as these are still very early days, but we have accumulated all the preliminary data that we wanted in good weather conditions, so thank you very much to Renault and to Sergey for their availability. With the 13-inch 2020 tyres, we covered 212 laps over the two days thanks to Esteban Ocon and Mercedes. The work consisted of assessing a range of prototype slick tyres, as we begin to finalise next year's specification: the last season of 13-inch tyres before we move on to 18 inches in 2021."

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ROKiT Williams Racing and Mercedes-Benz Confirm Power Unit Partnership Extension
Posted by: ASkyler on Friday, September 13, 2019 - 06:10 PM
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ROKiT Williams Racing and Mercedes-Benz Confirm Power Unit Partnership Extension


ROKiT Williams Racing and Mercedes-Benz are pleased to confirm a long-term power unit partnership extension, until the end of the 2025 FIA Formula One World Championship season.

Williams has been in partnership with Mercedes-Benz since the start of the 2014 season. The team will continue to be supplied with Mercedes-Benz Power Units (Internal Combustion Engine plus Energy Recovery System) by Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains (HPP) based in Brixworth, UK for a further five years from 2021, following the conclusion of the original agreement. Williams will continue to manufacture its own transmission.


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Haas F1 Team Statement on Rich Energy
Posted by: ASkyler on Monday, September 09, 2019 - 06:27 PM
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Haas F1 Team Statement on Rich Energy


Haas F1 Team and Rich Energy have amicably agreed to end their partnership together in the FIA Formula One World Championship with immediate effect. While enjoying substantial brand recognition and significant exposure through its title partnership of Haas F1 Team in 2019, a corporate restructuring process at Rich Energy will see the need for a revised global strategy. Subsequently, Haas F1 Team and Rich Energy concluded a termination of the existing partnership was the best way forward for both parties. Haas F1 Team would like to express its thanks and best wishes to the stakeholders at Rich Energy.



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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Three Takes From the Formula One F1 Race
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, September 08, 2019 - 04:45 PM
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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Three Takes From the Formula One F1 Race


By Mike Sulka

1. Cheating v Racing Harder

During the post-race press conference, Hamilton wasn't happy. “It seems like the new generation get away with a lot more in that space, of how they man-oeuvre their car compared to I’d say the more experienced drivers." He went on to say, “They used different consequences for the rule today. I don’t know why that was the case. I guess the stewards woke up on a different side of the bed this morning, I don’t know.”

Unlike some of the Facebook posts by fans, Lewis disagreed not with Leclerc, but instead with the Stewards.

Good move. And a valid position to take. Remember the famous quote from "Blue Chips"... "A foul isn't a foul if the referee doesn't call it."

When Leclerc was asked about the situation, he had a different viewpoint. "As I’ve said, I think it’s good if we can race harder. Again, I haven’t seen the images so I cannot say particularly in this case but overall I’m happy if we can race harder. So… yeah… I’m fine."

As are we.

We are always in favor of racing harder. We are always in favor of close compelling overtaking chances. We are always in favor of a hard fight for a win.

Anything else would be... cheating.

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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One F1 Race Results - Leclerc, Ferrari Win!
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, September 08, 2019 - 09:29 AM
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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One F1 Race Results - Leclerc, Ferrari Win!


By Mike Sulka

Back-to-back! Victory battle! Charles Leclerc and his No. 16 Ferrari has won a hard fought 2019 Italian Grand Prix at the legendary Monza circuit. It is the second career Formula One F1 victory for Leclerc.

For Ferrari, it is the team's second victory of the 2019 season, and 237th all-time (first). It is also the team's first victory at Monza since 2010 when Fernando Alonso won.

Valtteri Bottas and his No. 77 Mercedes picked up his 11th podium of the year, and 41st of his Formula One F1 career.

Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes was within a sniff of overtaking Leclerc, but just didn't have enough. A mistake late in the Grand Prix resulted in his relocation to third. For Hamilton, it is his 146th career podium which is second all-time to Michael Schumacher (155).

Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) and Nico Hulkenberg (Renault) were best of the rest with their fourth and fifth place finishes.

Recap

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) would get a rough start, but Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) would be just a bit too far back and have to cede the first Turn. Nico Hulkenberg (Renault) would get past Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) for fourth, but Vettel would overcome the Renault as the cars ended Lap One.

On Lap 7, Vettel would lose it under braking, and then dive back on to the track and spear Lance Stroll and his Racing Point. Vettel would damage his nose. Stroll would spin and then nearly spear Pierre Gasly (Toro Rosso). Vettel would be given a 10-second stop/go penalty for the incident. Stroll would take a lighter penalty for his unsafe return to the track.

By Lap 10, Leclerc would lead by 1.4 seconds over Hamilton. Bottas would run third, Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) and Nico Hulkenberg (Renault) would run fourth and fifth respectively.

On Lap 17, Hamilton would radio in saying, "He's quicker than us." By Lap 19, "the tyres won't hold up, we can not overcut him."

The next lap, Hamilton would pit while Leclerc would report, "the rear tyres are gone." Hamilton would put on the medium (yellow) compound. Leclerc would stop on the next lap, and put on the hard (white) compound and come out just ahead of Hamilton. DRS enabled. Fortunately for Leclerc, he would get a tow from Hulkenberg - also DRS enabled.

As the trio past the start/finish line, both Leclerc and Hamilton would remove the Renault from the equation with a straight-up fight to the second chicane. Hamilton would give it a go, but run out of track and straight line the chicane. A black/white warning flag was issued to Leclerc.

On Lap 28, Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) would pit from the lead. Leclerc would take the point, and Hamilton would report, "he's faster on the straights."

Hamilton would stay close over the next 14 laps, and periodically get close enough to Leclerc to give it a go. But couldn't make the move stick. Hamilton would finally make a mistake entering the first chicane and Bottas would slip by to take on Leclerc with fresher tyres.

Bottas would close, but would never challenge for the win.

Congratulations to Charles Leclerc and Ferrari for winning the 2019 Italian Grand Prix!

Next up, the Formula One F1 series will travel to the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix in two weeks.


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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Three Takes From Formula One F1 Qualifying
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, September 07, 2019 - 03:29 PM
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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Three Takes From Formula One F1 Qualifying


By Mike Sulka

1. Q3

Look at the video. It was a Renault - Hulkenberg - a McLaren - Sainz - and initially the Racing Point of Lance Stroll that kept the field held up exiting the first chicane at Monza. It was this period of time that led to the final Pole run debacle.

Any other version of the story is wide of the mark.


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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Leclerc, Ferrari On Pole!
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, September 07, 2019 - 09:32 AM
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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One F1 Qualifying Results - Leclerc, Ferrari On Pole!


By Mike Sulka

Red rules. Q3 cluster F. Charles Leclerc and his No. 16 Ferrari has taken the Pole for the 2019 Italian Grand Prix at the legendary Monza circuit with a lap of 1:19.307. For Leclerc, it is his fourth Pole of the 2019 season, and fourth Pole of his Formula One F1 career. Leclerc was one of two drivers alert enough to get a chance at a second run for Pole.

For Ferrari, it is the team's fifth Pole of the season.

Behind, Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes didn't get a second run at Pole following a strategic cluster F by eight challengers in the field. While all 10 drivers exited pitlane together for their final runs, the shenanigans to try to catch a tow resulted in eight entries failing to get around the track ahead of the checkered flag. Hamilton will also start on the front row.

Valtteri Bottas and his No. 77 Mercedes made one run for Pole, he'll start third.

Sebastian Vettel survived a close-up experience with four tyres and the white line, and will start fourth. Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) will start fifth.

Q1 Recap

After the first runs, Nico Hulkenberg (Renault) would top the Temple of Speed charts with a lap of 1:20.155. Ferrari had chosen to run with the medium (yellow) Pirelli compound and the first attempts were mid-field, but quickly re-grouped and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) would reset the top time at 1:20.126. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) would be third fastest after the first runs.

At the 4:34 mark, the Racing Point entry drive by Sergio Perez would stop at a dangerous place on the track. - Red Flag.

KO'd in Q1: Romain Grosjean (Renault), Sergio Perez (Racing Point), George Russell (Williams), Robert Kubica (Williams), Max Verstappen (Red Bull). Verstappen would attempt a run and return to the garage saying, "Power".

Q2 Recap

Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) would set a first run of 1:19.553 when strapping on the red rubber. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) would run a tenth and a half back. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) would run just behind Hamilton. Hamilton would improve on his time, as Leclerc would pit after a slight mistake at the second chicane.

KO'd in Q2: Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo), Kevin Magnussen (Haas F1), Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso), Lando Norris (McLaren Renault), Pierre Gasly (Toro Rosso).

Q3 Recap

Leclerc would set the top time after the first runs with a lap of 1:19.307. Hamilton would be .035 seconds behind. Vettel would be third fastest. Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo) would end up in the wall at Parabolica and bring out a red flag.

The 10 drivers would attempt their final run for Pole all at the same time, until their lunacy cost all but two dearly. It was a perfect microscope of what happens when teams cut it too close on strategy.

Chaos happens.

Congratulations to Charles Leclerc and Ferrari for taking the 2019 Italian GP Pole.

Next up, the 2019 Italian Grand Prix on Sunday.

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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One Practice Results - Leclerc, Ferrari Fastest!
Posted by: ASkyler on Friday, September 06, 2019 - 07:14 PM
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2019 Italian GP (Monza): Formula One Practice Results - Leclerc, Ferrari Fastest!


By Mike Sulka

Six straight. Charles Leclerc and his No. 16 Ferrari set the top time in both practice sessions for the 2019 Italian Grand Prix at Monza. It is the sixth straight time Leclerc has topped the leader board. He was second quickest during the first Friday session in Belgium last weekend.

Beyond that, today was a bit tricky with intermittent rain in both sessions - which kept the long runs down. Even so, it appears that Lewis Hamilton and his No. 44 Mercedes will be once again quick enough to challenge Ferrari on race day. That being said, Mercedes race pace doesn't appear to be as much of an advantage at Monza as it was at Spa.

Sebastian Vettel and his No. 5 was third fastest today.

Valtteri Bottas and his No. 77 Mercedes was three tenths slower than the leaders, but Max Verstappen and his No. 33 Red Bull was close enough that starting fourth may not be out of the question.

Next up, qualifying for the 2019 Italian Grand Prix on Saturday.

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