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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

2011 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

2011 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX.

JAPANESE GRAND PRIX.
Venue: Suzuka.
Date: Sunday 9 October. 2011.
Lap length: 3.608 miles.
Race laps: 53.
2010 winner: Sebastian Vettel. (Red Bull).
First grand prix: 1987.


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Japanese Grand Prix.
Suzuka, 7-9 October. 2011.

Friday 7 October: Practice One - Result.
EnterF1.com 2011_Race15_Suzuka_F1GP_Practice1 www.Formula1Race.co.uk
Up all night like me? I do not have to be at work, (I already am at work), working from home! How can you get time and money free too? The secret is to be found elsewhere on this blog, see the Law of Attraction!

Friday 7 October: Practice Two - Result.
EnterF1.com 2011_Race15_Suzuka_F1GP_Practice2 www.Formula1Race.co.uk


Saturday 8 October: Practice Three -Had to miss! I could not get to bed on time, to get up at 3am, (guests visiting), friends and family take precedence over F1! So, sorry about that. Massive apologies to everyone!

To me, this is the advantage of F1 viewing at home. Sure, it is nice to visit the race venue, but friends have just come back from Motor Cycling GP, said they have had a terrible time and did not get to see much of the race due to accommodation and fatigue. But, I was curled up warm in bed, fast asleep, not counting sheep!

Saturday 8 October: Qualifying - Results.
EnterF1.com 2011_Race15_Suzuka_F1GP_Qualifying Results. www.Formula1Race.co.uk

I've just been debating whether to leave the posting of the race result till after the lunchtime re-run, but since I have got up early to see the real time race, that's what you should have done first. Anyway, if you have not seen the race yet, then 'more-fool-you' for visiting an F1 blog!  Like when you don't listen to any news programs or watch any other sporting programs if you don't want to know the result of a match!

Sunday 9 October: Race - Result.
EnterF1.com 2011_Race15_Suzuka_F1GP_Race Result. www.Formula1Race.co.uk
Surely there is no doubt that Vettel deserves to be the world Champion. He has just said that his next target is just Korea! This is how you win world championships, one-step-at-a-time!

The BBC team said he will be also thinking about the possibility of matching and finally beating Schumachers seven times world championships. I think he possible can, but I don't think he will be considering that goal just yet. Perhaps he will after he's won another three or four world championships consecutively.

I wonder, that if he does do it, whether people will be as cruel and harsh with comments as they are toward Schuey these days?

I agree with a comment that was text-in to the BBC, they said someone pointed out regarding Vettel squeezing Button off the track at corner one at the start of the race. They said, 'If that had been Schumacher forcing Button off, then Schuey would have got a 10 second penalty or worse'! I agree!

I hope and do think that Schuey will get to hear of that comment and know that many people believe that would have been the case and that there are a lot of Schuey fans out there.

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I had a comment in on Twitter DM, asking why I do not give any race commentary. Well, I don't see the point, do you? You are a fan and you should be watching the race yourself, I love to watch from the comfort of home. I like to give a comment or two and talk to my F1 buddies, keep the results for future reference and just enjoy the technical side of the race.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

2011 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

2011 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX.

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX.
Venue: Marina Bay.
Date: Sunday 25 September. 2011.
Lap length: 3.148 miles.
Race laps: 61.
2010 winner: Fernando Alonso. (Ferrari).
First grand prix: 2008.

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Singapore Grand Prix.
Singapore, 23-25 September. 2011.

Practice Session One.
I am well annoyed at the condition of the Singapore circuit. It is supposed to be and F1 quality track, yet kerbs are loose and have had to be removed. This has delayed the start of practice session one by 30 minutes.

F1 rules say that there has to be 2 hours between the practice sessions, so the end of practice one is not being extended. Someone should be taken to task and fined by the FIA, to stop this happening again in the future. My suggestion is to fine the race track owners. It is a real farce, currently as I write, we, (the fans around the world), are just sat waiting, watching nothing!

The FIA should at least, move practice-two forward accordingly, if they and the drivers insist upon the two hours between sessions, rule being enforced. I would have thought, (as would any sane person), that is it important to not let down the spectators and fans around the world!

Bad show! Not happy!

I thought I would give you a results picture from the BBC Sport site for practice one. (See Practice1 results picture, immediately below). However, it is not as detailed as the official full race information from Enter F1. (See Practice2 results picture).

Friday 23 September: Practice One Results.
2011_Race14_Singapore_F1GP_Practice1_BBC_Sport_http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/motorsport/formula_one/
I enjoy following the timing-stats and constant track positions, (as in the picture below from EnterF1.com), making the tech stuff really come to life. You cannot easily get this track-side as you spectate the race, you usually spend more time trying to see a few cars go by in the rain, whilst peering round the ten-foot square idiot banner waver in the seats in front of you! Its definitely home spectating that beats track side viewing.

The benefit of EnterF1 results is that you get each of the sector times and gap during the sessions. It is a shame that they do not keep them on record for viewing after the race! (As far as I know). If they do keep them, they have not made the link to them obvious to visitors.

Friday 23 September: Practice Two Results.
EnterF1.com Singapore F1GP, via http://www.Formula1Race.co.uk
It seems like the track is a pile of crap, what's more, it is dangerous!

Saturday 24 September: Practice Three Results.

EnterF1.com Singapore F1GP, Practice 3 results via http://www.Formula1Race.co.uk

Saturday 24 September: Qualifying Results.
2011_Singapore_F1GP_Qualifying. EnterF1.com
 I don't quite understand what went on at the end of qualifying, what happened to the timing results for Schumacher, Sutil and Di Resta? (See Picture of Qualifying Results Above).

Vettel, Button and Webber! Seems like you need double letters in the middle of your surname to get on the podium today!

Isn't it an unusual sport, to have so many sporting surnames with double letters? Massa, Liuzzi, Senna, Trulli. If only this could be the mark of a great F1 driver, then Barrichello would be the world champion!  Perhaps that is a Red Bull secret deal with the Devil. Having two drivers with double letters in the middle of their surnames. (Ha ha ha).

Anyway, joking aside, it was a great race today. There's a feud brewing between Massa and Hamilton, with Massa feeling like Hamilton is not engaging his brain when driving. I cannot wait to see how this one turns out. I bet their teams will have them making public apologies to each other by the next race meeting!

Schumacher made a devastating mistake and put himself out of the race. I was very surprised at such a stupid mistake by the great Schuey. What was he thinking? Where did he think he was going with that move?

Sunday 25 September: F1 GP Singapore Race Result.
F1 Singapore Race Result, courtesy of EnterF1.com via Formula1Race.co.uk



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