Sunday, 17 April 2011

Nothing to post - Alguersuari dreaming for RedBull without a wheel

Driver standings and Constructor standings after China 2011

Driver Standings:
1. Sebastian Vettel 68pct
2. Lewis Hamilton 47pct
3. Jenson Button 38pct
4. Mark Webber 37pct
5. Fernando Alonso 26pct
6. Felipe Massa 24pct
7. Vitaly Petrov 17pct
8. Nick Heidfeld 15pct
9. Nico Rosberg 10pct
10. Kamui Kobayashi 7pct
11. Michael Schumacher 6pct
12. Sebastien Buemi 4pct
13. Adrian Sutil 2pct
14. Paul di Resta 2pct

China, Shanghai - Race results

1. Lewis Hamilton 1hr 36min 58.226 sec
2. Sebastian Vettel +5.1 sec (bad strategy)
3. Mark Webber +7.5 sec (incredible - starting 18th)
4. Jenson Button +10.0 sec
5. Nico Rosberg +13.4 sec (fuel very low)
6. Felipe Massa +15.8 sec
7. Fernando Alonso +30.6 sec
8. Michael Schumacher +31.0 sec
9. Vitaly Petrov +57.4 sec
10. Kamui Kobayashi +63.2 sec
11. Paul di Resta +68.7 sec
12. Nick Heidfeld +72.7 sec
13. Rubens Barrichello +90.1 sec
14 . Sebastien Buemi +90.6 sec

Saturday, 16 April 2011

This year pole in China (Vettel)

videonice..

Driver standings by Qualifying after China 2011

1. Sebastian Vettel 75pct
2. Lewis Hamilton 51pct
3. Jenson Button 42pct
4. Fernando Alonso 30pct
5. Mark Webber 30pct
6. Nico Rosberg 20pct
7. Felipe Massa 18pct
8. Vitaly Petrov 13pct
9. Nick Heidfeld 8pct
10. Jaime Alguersuari 6pct
11. Paul di Resta 4pct
12. Kamui Kobayashi 3pct
13. Sebastian Buemi 3pct

Qaulifying Shanghai - starting grid 2011(China)

1. Sebastian Vettel 1:33.706
2. Jenson Button 1:34.421
3. Lewis Hamilton 1:34.463
4. Nico Rosberg 1:34.670
5. Fernando Alonso 1:35.119
6. Felipe Massa 1:35.145
7. Jaime Alguersuari 1:36.158
8. Paul di Resta 1:36.190
9. Sebastien Buemi 1:36.203

Practice 3 in China - Results

1. Sebastian Vettel 1:34.968
2. Jenson Button 1:35.176
3. Lewis Hamilton 1:35.373
4. Nico Rosberg 1:35.677
5. Fernando Alonso 1:35.818
6. Felipe Massa 1:35.971

Friday, 15 April 2011

Nothing to post - Heidfeld hit the piano and spins

In practice 1 at Shanghai International GP, Heidfeld hit the throttle at maximum on the piano and spins entering in the tires of the sideline.

Preview 2011 Shanghai, Chinese GP

Shanghai is the largest city in China with a population of over 20 million people in its metropolitan area.
This city has hosted the Formula One Chinese Grand Prix at Shanghai International Circuit every year since 2004. It's a modern track with stunning architecture and has 2 straight lines, where speed can get over 310 km/h and when was completed in 2004, it was the most expensive Formula One circuit facility, costing $240 million.

Technique details:
Shanghai Circuit has 5.5 km, 56 laps with a race distance 306 km, 6 highspeed straches, 5 slow turns(2, 3,5, 10 and 13), 3 ideal spots for overtaking(5, 8 and 13) and a top speed around 312 km/h.



Statistics:
First race was held in 04' and woned by Rubens Barichello and the fastest lap was made by Michael Schumacher with Ferrari in 2004 with a lap time of 1:32.238 in a race. Ferrari won 3 times here and Mclaren just 2 times.




Winners:
2004 - Rubens Barichello
2005 - Fernando Alonso
2006 - Michael Schumacher
2007 - Kimi Raikkonen
2008 - Lewis Hamilton
2009 - Sebastian Vettel
2010 - Jenson Button






Last year pole - Sebastian Vettel :1:32.160
video

Best circuit preview with Mark Webber:

Practice 1 and 2 in China - Results

Practice 2:
1. Sebastian Vettel 1:37.688
2. Lewis Hamilton 1:37.854
3. Jenson Button 1:37.935
4. Nico Rosberg 1:37.943
5. Michael Schumacher 1:38.105
6. Felipe Massa 1:38.507

Yes and No.. in Malaysisa


Yes and No.. in Malaysia from setbyspeed on Vimeo.

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Flying car in formula 1 (Sepang race 2011)

Best view - minute 0:44.00 - ....
:) video

Driver standings and Constructor standings after Malaysia 2011

Driver Standings:
1. Sebastian Vettel 50
2. Jenson Button 26
3. Lewis Hamilton 24
4. Mark Webber 22
5. Fernando Alonso 20
6. Felipe Massa 16
7. Nick Heidfeld 15
8. Vitaly Petrov 15
9. Sebastien Buemi 4
10. Kamui Kobayashi 4
11. Adrian Sutil 2
12. Michael Schumacher 2
13. Paul di Resta 2

Malaysia, (Sepang) Kuala Lumpur - Race Results

1. Sebastian Vettel  
2. Jenson Button
3. Nick Heidfeld
4. Mark Webber
5. Felipe Massa
6. Fernando Alonso
7. Lewis Hamilton
8. Kamui Kobayashi
9. Michael Schumacher
10. Paul di Resta

Saturday, 9 April 2011

Driver standings by Qualifying after Malaysia 2011

1. Sebastian Vettel 50pct
2. Lewis Hamilton 36pct
3. Mark Webber 30pct
4. Jenson Button 24pct
5. Fernando Alonso 20pct
6. Vitaly Petrov 12pct
7. Felipe Massa 10pct
8. Nico Rosberg 8pct
9. Nick Heidfeld 8pct
10. Kamui Kobayashi 3pct
11. Sebastian Buemi 1pct

Qaulifying Kuala Lumpur - starting grid 2011(Sepang)

1. Sebastian Vettel 1:34.870
2. Lewis Hamilton 1:34.974
3. Mark Webber 1:35.179
4. Jenson Button 1:35.200
5. Fernando Alonso 1:35.802
6. Nick Heidfeld 1:36.124
7. Felipe Massa 1:36.251
8. Vitaly Petrov 1:36.324
9. Nico Rosberg 1:36.809
10. Kamui Kobayashi 1:36.820
11. Michael Schumacher 1:37.035
12. Sebastian Buemi 1:37.160

Nothing to post - A HRT car passes over an assistant

Practice 3 in Malaysia - Results

1. Lewis Hamilton 1:36.340
2. Mark Webber 1:36.630
3. Jenson Button 1:36.762
4. Nick Heidfeld 1:37.115
5. Sebastian Vettel 1:37.175
6. Fernando Alonso 1:37.284
7. Vitaly Petrov 1:37.297
8. Felipe Massa 1:37.762
9. Kamui Kobayashi 1:38.059
10. Michael Schumacher 1:38.059

Friday, 8 April 2011

Practice 1 and 2 in Malaysia - Results

Practice 2:
1. Mark Webber 1:36.876
2. Jenson Button 1:36.881
3. Lewis Hamilton 1:37.010
4. Sebastian Vettel 1:37.090
5. Michael Schumacher 1:38.088
6. Felipe Massa 1:38.089
7. Nico Rosberg 1:38.565
8. Nick Heidfeld 1:38.570
9. Fernando Alonso 1:38.583
10. Jaime Alguersuari 1:38.846

Thursday, 7 April 2011

Preview 2011 Sepang - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian GP

Sepang International Circuit  is a speed racing circuit in Selangor - Malaysia, at 60 km south of capital city Kuala Lumpur. The circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke, the designer of Shanghai, Bahrain and Turkey GP´s.

Technique details:
Sepang Circuit has 5.5 km, 56 laps with a race distance 310 km, 8 highspeed straight lines, 3 slow turns(1, 9 and 14), 2 ideal spots for overtaking(1 and 14) and a top speed around 300 km/h.










Statistics:

First race was held in 99' and woned by Eddie Irvine and the fastest lap was made by Juan Pablo Montoya in 2004 with a lap time of 1:34.223.

2010 winner : S. Vettel
2009 winner : J. Button
2008 winner : K. Raikkonen
2007 winner : F. Alonso
2006 winner : G. Fisichella
2005 winner : F. Alonso
2004 winner : M. Schumacher
2003 winner : K. Raikkonen
2002 winner : R. Schumacher
2001 winner : M. Schumacher
2000 winner : M. Schumacher
1999 winner : E. Irvine
         
    
Last year pole position at Sepang:
video

Best preview Sepang - Mark Webber

Monday, 4 April 2011

Driver standings by Qualifying after Australia 2011

1. Sebastian Vettel - 25pct
2. Lewis Hamilton - 18pct
3. Mark Webber - 15pct
4. Jenson Button -  12pct
5. Fernando Alonso - 10pct
6. Vitaly Petrov - 8pct
7. Nico Rosberg - 6pct
8. Felipe Massa - 4pct
9. Kamui Kobayashi - 2pct
10. Sebastian Buemi - 1pct
11. M. Schumacher - 0pct
12. J. Alguersuari - 0pct
13. S. Perez
14. Paul di Resta - 0pct
15. P. Maldonado - 0pct
16. A. Sutil - 0pct
17. R Barichello - 0pct
18. N. Heidfeld - 0pct
19. H. Kovalainen - 0pct
20. J. Trulli - 0pct
21. T. Glock
22. J. d'Ambrosio - 0pct
23. V. Luizzi - 0pct
24. N. Karthikeyan - 0pct

Driver standings and Constructor standings after Australia 2011

1. Sebastian Vettel - 25pct
2. Lewis Hamilton  - 18pct
3. Vitaly Petrov - 15pct
4. Fernando Alonso  - 12pct
5. Mark Webber - 10pct
6. Jenson Button - 8pct
7. Felipe Massa  - 6pct
8. Sebastien Buemi  - 4pct
9. Adrian Sutil  - 2pct
10. Paul di Resta - 1pct
11. Jaime Alguersuari - 0pct
12. Nick Heidfeld  - 0pct
13. Jarno Trulli - 0pct
14. Jerome d'Ambrosio - 0pct
15. Timo Glock - 0pct
16. Sergio Perez - 0pct
17. Kamui Kobayashi - 0pct
18. Rubens Barrichello - 0pct
19. Nico Rosberg - 0pct
20. Heikki Kovalainen - 0pct
21. Michael Schumacher - 0pct
22. Pastor Maldonado - 0pct
23. Narain Karthikeyan - 0pct
24. Viantonio Liuzzi - 0pct


1. RedBull Racing - 35pct
2. Mclaren-Mercedes - 26pct
3. Ferrari - 18pct
4. Lotus Renault - 15pct
5. STR Ferrari - 4pct
6. Force India - 3pct
7. Lotus - 0pct
8. Virgin Cosworth - 0pct
9. Sauber Ferrari - 0pct
10. Williams Cosworth - 0pct
11. Mercedes GP - 0pct
12 Hyspania - 0pct