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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

F1 Race 19 ABU DHABI (Yas Marina) 21 - 23 November 2014

F1 Race 19 ABU DHABI (Yas Marina)

21 - 23 November 2014

Lewis Hamilton - 2014 World Champion!
This is his first back to back race win.

It is also a record 16 race wins in one season for team Mercedes.

Lewis Hamilton Wins at Abu Dhabi!
Felipe Massa Second.
Valteri Bottas Third.

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As we start this last race of the season, this race is going to be about the battle for the championship between Hamilton and Rosberg. 

Lewis Hamilton is best inline for the championship. Hamilton only needs second or first place to win.  Hamilton's team mate Rosberg needs to win and for Hamilton to finish third at the most in order to get the championship win from Hamilton. 

Rosbergs car started to develop DRS problems at about lap 27 with Hamilton already way in front. A few laps later it seemed that Rosberg had resigned himself to just trying to finish the race, over the radio he asked his engineers, 'just get me in the top six'; 

Rosberg's engine management was being controlled from the garage and they had turned down his cars performance we think, they had also told Rosberg, 'We can turn your car back up whenever you are ready'.

At this stage it is more important for Rosberg just to finish and hope that Hamilton's car lets him down or Hamilton has some sort of mishap that takes him out of the race. 

Ten laps later Rosberg is still having problems, adding tire wear to the list even though he has already pitted and had new tires. 

Lap 41 and Rosberg has a big struggle to keep his car inline, his tires certainly are losing grip. Hamilton also has his engine management 'turned down' as he has just been telling the engineers over the radio on lap 43 'Please don't turn up my car', everything must be working well with the car. 

Inevitably Nico Rosgberg's car gives up at lap 51 Rosberg is crawling along losing places, Nico just wants to finish the race no doubt. The car would have no more scheduled races after this race anyway. Hamilton's Championship is assured.  In the garage - Rosbergs side has been cleared ready for his car. 

The engineers have just said 'box box box' over the radio to Rosberg, but as I just wrote and guessed correctly, he asked 'I'd like to go through to the end if possible' and they confirmed that Nico could drive to the end of the race!

Summary
It was a shame that Rosberg's car let him down in the end. He is driver of the race for this F1 fan for his determination to drive to the end of the race, even when his engineers had advised him to come in. (I don't think he would have obeyed that instruction anyway - so they really had to let him stay out). 

Also for Nicos gracious defeat, such a nice guy, sportsman and gentleman; he did the right thing respectfully saying that Lewis deserved to win the race today. That is the sportsmanship we love to see. I think he really is pleased to see Lewis win, he and Lewis have been friends since their karting days.    

We look forward now to next years championship. 

F1 Race 19 ABU DHABI (Yas Marina) 21 - 23 November 2014.

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F1 Race Times in Abu DhabiF1 Race Times in the UK
Fri 21 November 2014
Practice 113:00 - 14:30
Practice 217:00 - 18:30
Sat 22 November 2014
Practice 314:00 - 15:00
Qualifying17:00
Sun 23 November 2014
Race17:00
Fri 21 November 2014
Practice 109:00 - 10:30
Practice 213:00 - 14:30
Sat 22 November 2014
Practice 310:00 - 11:00
Qualifying13:00
Sun 23 November 2014
Race13:00


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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

F1 Race 18 BRAZIL (São Paulo) 07 - 09 November 2014

F1 Race 18 BRAZIL (São Paulo)
07 - 09 November 2014

Rosberg Wins!
Hamilton Second!
Massa Third!

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Nico Rosberg needed to win this race and Lewis Hamilton's spin basically handed the race to Rosberg. Lewis had been leading the race and was actually faster than Rosberg up to the point where he span-out, Hamilton must have damaged his tire balance, (flat-spotting them or something similar).

BBCF1 - Hamilton Quote: Lewis Hamilton says the spin "cost me the win", adding: "I was a much quicker up to that point. I went a second quicker on the next lap, thought I was going to pit on that lap, used all my tyres and on the next lap there was nothing left.
        "I locked the rear and went wide. No-one's mistake but mine. It was a great race pushing right to the finish, which is what motor racing's all about." #BBCf1.

Driver of the race for this F1 fan is Lewis Hamilton for a fantastic drive. He kept the pressure on and pace was consistent throughout the race weekend. 


I was looking for interesting interviews to help wind up this season, I found this for you. 
(If there is no relative video below, it may be because the content has been removed as most of the best videos we can find, that are available to us free, are from third party unofficial YouTube posters).

F1 2014 - 18 Brazilian GP - Thursday Press Conference.





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F1 Race Times in BrazilF1 Race Times in UK
Fri 07 November 2014
Practice 110:00 - 11:30
Practice 214:00 - 15:30
Sat 08 November 2014
Practice 311:00 - 12:00
Qualifying14:00
Sun 09 November 2014
Race14:00
Fri 07 November 2014
Practice 112:00 - 13:30
Practice 216:00 - 17:30
Sat 08 November 2014
Practice 313:00 - 14:00
Qualifying16:00
Sun 09 November 2014
Race16:00

 

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TAGS:  F1 Race BRAZIL, F1 São Paulo, F1 07 - 09 November 2014, #F1, #F1-2014, 2014 FORMULA ONE RACE CALENDAR, F1 2014, BBC F1 Coverage, Formula 1, formula one championship,

 

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

F1 Race 17 USA (Austin) 31 Oct - 02 Nov 2014

F1 Race 17 USA (Austin)
31 Oct  - 02 Nov 2014

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F1 Race 17 USA (Austin) 31 Oct  - 02 Nov 2014

Here we are after the break, too long a break for F1 I think.
There is controversy in F1 over the way teams are being treated and we've just heard news of a possible boycott of this race by some of the teams.  Eddie Jordan reporting for the BBC said that a boycott wouldn't happen because teams will lose funding from F1 if they boycott.


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Jenson Button qualified seventh, but dropped five grid places for a gearbox change. 
Daniil Kvyat qualified fourteenth, but was dropped ten grid positions for an engine change. 
Sebastian Vettel qualified way back in seventeenth and started from pit lane for a complete power unit change.

USA F1 Qualifying Session.

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F1 Race Time in USAF1 Race Time in UK
Fri 31 October 2014
Practice 110:00 - 11:30
Practice 214:00 - 15:30
Sat 01 November 2014
Practice 310:00 - 11:00
Qualifying13:00
Sun 02 November 2014
Race14:00
Fri 31 October 2014
Practice 116:00 - 17:30
Practice 220:00 - 21:30
Sat 01 November 2014
Practice 316:00 - 17:00
Qualifying19:00
Sun 02 November 2014
Race20:00

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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

F1 Race 16 RUSSIA (Sochi) 10 - 12 October 2014

F1 Race 16 RUSSIA (Sochi)
10 - 12 October 2014

Lewis Hamilton Wins!
Rosberg 2nd
Bottas 3rd

Take a look at the starting grid after qualifying, (second image below), the first six drivers are in the same race order in relation to each other, as they were when they started. - Interesting??  A bit of a strange race me thinks?? Exciting but unusual!

Button 4th, Magnussen 5th, Alonso 6th.
Hamilton has won four races in a row - previously a record held by Schumacher and then last year Vettle did it. 

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I was pleased to hear the Russian TV presenter who interviewed the three podim winners, pronounce Ricciardo's name correctly. Something most of the current TV presenters are not doing. 
Say Ricc 'I' (as in 'e') Ardo - its RiccIardo  - Not Rik-ardo!

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F1 Race 16 RUSSIA (Sochi) 10 - 12 October 2014.

Inaugral Russian F1 Race
This new Russian circuit is described as a fast street curcuit. At 3.6 miles / 5.8 klm to lap, it is one of the longest on the F1 calendar. It will need 53 laps to complete a race. Sochi is a tourist resort that does mainly get Russian visitors currently. Russia is not everyones first thought as a usual holiday destination, such as Spain, France, Italy, (or even the UK).

See the New Circuit http://www.formula1.com/races/in_detail/russia_930/circuit_diagram.html

It looks like a fabulous race circuit, (I can't wait, its feels like Christmas). I was surprised to see the sunny curcuit conditions, with reporters walking about in their shirt-sleves and fans in T-shirts like on a Spanish F1 circuit. I probably had a presumtion that Russia was a cold, rainy, icy and windy place like we often see in western films.  Obviously I am mistaken!   Not a bit of snow in sight. Many people might have thought like I did.

F1 Sochi - Russia 53 laps = 309 km converts to 192m Race distance is 2 hours or 305 km; (or 200 miles is what we used to say).  Race Distance Rule - Clik here!

The unique special factor about this circuit, is that the temprature changes over time are greater than at most other tracks around the world. (Not counting total weather changes of course).  Where at most circuits you might get a few degrees of change throughout the race, if the weather stays the same; Here at Sochi, normal temparature changes will move through about 8 degrees over the race time. 

This means that the drivers will have to watch out more for front tires losing heat more rapidly than the rears. (As David Coulthard reporting for the BBC, was just saying during the Sochi F1 race commentarty); The rear tires, especially those softer compounds, will hold their heat longer and more easilly than the fronts. The other issue is that the length and corner designs of this circuit may require a hard compound tire to complete the race. We just don't really know at this point.

Lap 40.
This is turning out to be an exciting circuit. Now at lap 40 of 53  as I write, we see that there is plenty of room to overtake but because of the high speeds, drivers run the risk of flatspotting their tires at every overtake. You are forgiven, if you think that most of the flatspotting mistakes might be due to drivers not knowing the circuit; But, F1 drivers can learn and adapt to a new or different circut more easily than you'd expect.

These flatspotting mistakes are purely due to the high pressure the circuit puts on the drivers and their cars. It is a demanding circuit. Its like an opposit track to Monacco.

One Car for Marussia-Ferrai- Jules Bianchi.
Marussia-Ferrai are only running one car this race, in respect of Jules Bianchi's crash at lap 41 in Japan last week. The team said they want to pay-respect to Jules by not running his car this weekend.   
Jules Bianchi will not be in this race and is still in a serious condition in hospital.

During the Last Race in Japan...
At 19:00 UK BST time, we heard that Jules Bianchi had serious head injuries; Which, considering the high safety standards in the cars cockpit and all the extra neck support and helmet high impact specifications, means he must have gone out with quite a bang.

This F1 Fans Opinion on Jules Bianchi - Marussia-Ferrari.
I respect that the team want to show their concern and respect for Jules Bianchi, but I think that Jules would want the team to do well even without him.  If they had have ran Jules' car, another new driver would get a chance to show what he or she could do. It would also shake up the race having an unknown new driver in place.

What About The Marussia-Ferrari Sponsors?
On the flip side of Jules wanting the team to do well without him, the team should concern itself more with its sponsors. Let me ask you, if your company had paid hundreds of thousands to have your name displayed on two cars and two drivers, then you only get one, surely you should get half your money back?

Sponsorship is the lifeblood of F1, without it, your team dies. I'm sure they will get by this time and the team is not in a position to win any accolades this season, but if I were a sponsor, I'd see this as giving up. I might well want to sponsor a different team next season / or next race.


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F1 Race Time in RussiaF1 Race Time in UK
Fri 10 October 2014
Practice 110:00 - 11:30
Practice 214:00 - 15:30
Sat 11 October 2014
Practice 312:00 - 13:00
Qualifying15:00
Sun 12 October 2014
Race15:00
Fri 10 October 2014
Practice 107:00 - 08:30
Practice 211:00 - 12:30
Sat 11 October 2014
Practice 309:00 - 10:00
Qualifying12:00
Sun 12 October 2014
Race12:00


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TAGS:  F1 RUSSIA, F1 Sochi, F1 10 - 12 October 2014, #F1, #F1-2014, 2014 FORMULA ONE RACE CALENDAR, F1 2014, BBC F1 Coverage, Formula 1, formula one championship,

 

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

F1 Race 15 JAPAN (Suzuka) 03 - 05 October 2014

F1 Race 15 JAPAN (Suzuka)
03 - 05 October 2014

 

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We are looking at a very wet race this Sunday morning. Hoping you made it here live in front of your TV's at 6am - There is a typhoon moving in on Suzuka and full wets are in order at least with the amount of water on the surface.

Full Wets (A blue tire wall) These new full wets dispel about 65 litres of water per second! An improvement on the previous tire which managed 60 liters per second. That is a lot of water! Now imagine that water converted into spray and thrown up in your face, whilst you are driving through it at 180 - 200 kph without a windscreen wiper! (That will be about as fast as they can go on this wet track).

A safety car start was on the cards as the only way to start this wet race. However, if the conditions get much worse, we will be in for postponement, (potentially two hours of no racing and just commentary)?

Severe weather - is probably going to stop this race from taking place. There is a four hour rule, that says if the race is delayed, there is only a four hour window for it to take place, then the race is decided on qualifying grid positions.. 

However, at this time of year, it gets dark at about 5:30pm Suzuka time, so the race cannot be postponed for longer than two hours.. Looking at the conditions Now 7:02am in the UK, at lap two behind the safety car, there is no way they can race in this F1 fans opinion.

My view. I have seen plenty of races stopped with less water on the track surface than we have here. I believed for a time, that there would be no race today. I predicted the race would be stopped, with a minimum of 2 laps completed. And I was glad to be wrong!

If they had just done the two laps, the race officials would just award half points to each driver and team, depending upon their grid position after the two laps.  7:07 am UK BST time the race has been red-flagged. So here we go, this is the long-wait. 

We did not have to wait long, some drivers got out of their cars, because a ten minutes warning would be given if F1 officials decided to restart the race. They had not been out of their cars long when the ten minute restart warning came in. The race was back on!

The race restarted and conditions were good for a while. 

7:35am UK BST, the track is drying out a little as the cars do lap five, 80 kph behind the safety car, is not a race speed. Hamilton came on the radio to say the track was about as good as it gets. Lap 3 (or 4), Alonso went out with a total electrical failure in his Ferrari. 

At about lap 24/25 Raikkonen's Ferrari had pit-stop delays when a right front wheel nut got stuck. This is not going well for Ferrari. They had just made a statement in a BBC interview, that they were going to get Ferrari back on top. (Well, not with this current package they won't be and not even next year in my opinion because it will take a whole season just to get the car working). 

After several laps, the safety car released the F1 cars to full racing, but most drivers were having difficulty visually. The only drivers with the best clear view, were the first two at the front. 

There was a larger gap of about 20 seconds further back and it seemed the two drivers in front of that, (an almost separate following race-train of cars), did not want to catch up to the cars in front, because they would lose their visibility too. 

Some drivers switched to intermediates, which made this processional wet race more interesting. We saw some great overtaking, but cars were still sliding off the track and running wide in corners because there was simply not enough speed to give the required downforce for these cars to stick to the track.

Rosberg switched into the lead at lap 15, when Hamilton went in for tires. Rosberg came flying down the pit straight as Hamilton was just leaving the pit-lane. Later at lap 34, Rosberg had to pit for tires and that effectively switched Hamilton back in front.

Ricciardo did quite well in this race, with the best overtaking manoeuvres of the race. So, for this F1 fan, Ricciardo is driver of the race. The race conditions got worse at lap 38. I expected the race to be stopped, but it went on.

Sutil crashed his Sauber-Ferrari out after, (we think), aquaplaning at lap 40! A lap later the same happened to Bianchi, (we think), there was no news at the time of writing this, but Bianchi needed the medical car. You maybe heard me screaming at the TV for the F1 officials to stop the race, but they just ignored me as they do. (You F1 fans know how that goes)!

I was hash-tag and posting, to get involved at the BBC, saying the race should be stopped. But its rare that I ever get a reply. Others were also saying the race should be stopped in the various Twitters I follow.

Only a few more laps and the race was stopped. I really believe that the race should have been stopped earlier. Now later at 19:00 UK BST time, we are hearing that Jules Bianchi has serious head injuries; Which, considering the high safety standards in the cars cockpit and all the extra neck support and helmet high impact specifications, means he must have gone out with quite a bang. Lets hope he will be OK. He is in hospital getting CT scans now. Maybe that could have been avoided?

On that note, I am surprised that the BBC don't really do any reporting on Michael Schumachers condition. Have they forgotten about the greatest racing driver of all time? Don't you think they should at least give us an update every few races. I have made comments and requests regarding this to the BBC but I have had no reply ever.

Here's the latest on Michael Schumacher for you! 
http://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/schumacher-has-made-progress-todt/

Pole Position.. See you next time.

F1 Race 15 JAPAN (Suzuka) 03 - 05 October 2014

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Fact File.Suzuka is 3.6 miles of track, originally built as a test track, the most unique feature of this track is that it is a figure of eight!

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Other F1 News
Sebastian Vettel is to move to Ferrari Next Year.



F1 Race Time in JapanF1 Race Times in UK
Fri 03 October 2014
Practice 110:00 - 11:30
Practice 214:00 - 15:30
Sat 04 October 2014
Practice 311:00 - 12:00
Qualifying14:00
Sun 05 October 2014
Race15:00
Fri 03 October 2014
Practice 102:00 - 03:30
Practice 206:00 - 07:30
Sat 04 October 2014
Practice 303:00 - 04:00
Qualifying06:00
Sun 05 October 2014
Race07:00


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