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    Talking Singapore 2010

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    courtesy Sladex

    being spanish, ALO is well trained in handling (Red) Bulls ...

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    Red Bull pegged back by flexi-tests - Lewis Hamilton | McLaren | Formula 1 news, live F1 | ESPN F1

    correct 100% correct. im with Lewis. indeed RBR performance have changed. bakre ki maa kub tk kher manaye gi???!!!
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    Stepney sentenced over spy affair<!-- end title -->
    Nigel Stepney, the former Ferrari engineer at the centre of the 2007 spying scandal, has been sentenced to 20 months in prison for his part in the affair according to the Reuters news agency - but under the Italian legal system it is thought highly unlikely that he will serve the sentence.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Lotus Racing vows to end war of words<!-- end title -->
    Lotus Racing says it will refrain from making any further comments regarding the controversy over the use of the Team Lotus name until the matter is resolved.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Brawn rules out FOTA chairmanship<!-- end title -->
    Ross Brawn has ruled himself out of the running to become new chairman of the Formula One Teams' Association (FOTA) later this year - despite being viewed by many as favourite to take over the role.

    Toro Rosso mechanic fired for Singapore blunder
    A mechanic has been reportedly dismissed by Toro Rosso following an incident before Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix which resulted in Jaime Alguersuari, who had qualified a strong 11th, having to start the race from the pit lane due to a coolant leak.

    Korean GP inspection set for October 11
    The organisers of the Korean Grand Prix have announced the FIA's final inspection of the Korean International Circuit will take place on October 11, only 13 days before the race itself.

    Toro Rosso sale rumours rumble on
    Speculation that Red Bull mogul Dietrich Mateschitz wants to sell Toro Rosso, his second Formula One outfit.

    Rome GP will not cost city 'a single euro'
    A Rome Grand Prix will not cost the FIA anything, a potential race promoter has told the Italian media.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Branson confirms Virgin backing for '11<!-- end title -->
    Richard Branson has confirmed that he will continue to support the Virgin Racing team in 2011 - and is ready to accept less branding on the car so the outfit can give more space to other sponsors.

    @alliereyaz
    You are wrong very wrong and so is Hamilton, because the last 2 tracks where RedBull have lost the pole position are of 2 different levels, Monza was a very low downforce track and Singapore was a high downforce track. At Monza it was a no-brainer that Renault engines were less powerful then Mercedes and Ferrari engines as it was the same story last season too. And although RedBull's big advantage should be in Singapore, Vettel have made a mistake on the last lap in Q3 which cost him the pole position, otherwise he was on top 2 off the 3 practice sessions of the weekend while RedBull has lead all the 3 practice sessions.

    Also, why Hamilton forgets that Ferrari also have the same flexi wings, and it was Ferrari who has won both the GPs not Hamilton or McLaren.
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    Ferrari Chairman (Luca di Montezemolo) Calls Fiat Panda ‘Best Car in the World

    Sure, it’s nice to be able to drive a Ferrari any time you like, but what is the Italian sports car executive with everything to use for his everyday driving?

    ‘‘A Fiat Panda,’’ Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, the Ferrari chairman, said Thursday in an interview at the Paris Motor Show. ‘‘It’s the best car in the world.’’

    Sergio Marchionne, the executive who runs both Fiat — Ferrari’s parent — and Chrysler, said it depends on where he is.

    ‘‘In the United States, I drive a Jeep Grand Cherokee,’’ he said, ‘‘in Italy, usually a Fiat Croma, sometimes a Ferrari.’’

    ‘‘But for official functions, we take a Maserati Quattroporte,’’ he said. ‘‘That’s the car for when we really have to look cool.’’
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    ^ Quattro is a nice choice...

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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Red Bull sure to be strong in Japan<!-- end title -->
    Championship leader Mark Webber is confident his Red Bull Racing team will be "very competitive" at the Japanese Grand Prix next week.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Massa urged to help Alonso's title bid<!-- end title -->
    Ferrari has urged Felipe Massa to do his bit in the final four races of the season to help Fernando Alonso capture the world championship title.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Hamilton 'will hold nothing back' in Japan<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton has vowed to hold 'nothing back' in next week's Japanese Grand Prix as he bids to get his world championship ambitions back on track.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Porsche ready to evaluate F1 return<!-- end title -->
    Porsche is to seriously evaluate a return to Formula 1, its new chairman Matthias Mueller has revealed at the Paris Motor Show on Friday.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Di Resta to sit out Japan practice too<!-- end title -->
    Paul di Resta will sit out practice for the Japanese Grand Prix once again, his Force India team confirmed on Friday.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Renault: No regrets about selling stake<!-- end title -->
    Renault says it has no regrets about selling a majority shareholding in its Formula 1 team to Genii Capital - despite the promising progress the outfit has made this year.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Cosworth, Lotus terminate engine deal<!-- end title -->
    Cosworth and Lotus have signed the termination of their engine supply agreement, completing the deal which was established in principle after the Italian GP.

    @All
    Race Review report has now been present, have a look at that.
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    thats one great superb awesome news -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon14 .. i hope it happens...


    Raikkonen experiences toughest day on Tarmac


    Former Formula One champion Kimi Raikkonen has described the damp first day of Rallye de France as the toughest leg of asphalt rallying he has faced so far.

    Despite battling inconsistent conditions – that he has traditionally struggled with in rallying – Raikkonen ended Friday in seventh overall: his best overnight placing after the first day of an asphalt event.

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    Schumacher: Should I stay or should I go?

    It is fast turning into the longest-running saga of the F1 2010 World Championship campaign – just what will Michael Schumacher do when the season reaches its end? Will he walk away – for the second time in his career – with the acceptance that his return to competition was a mistake, or will he dig deep, work harder than he has ever had to before over the winter and come out fighting for one last roll of the dice in 2011?

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    Who will have the best car for the final races? Top teams’ performance analysed

    Red Bull did not have the size of performance advantage the were expected to in Singapore.

    They still look like the team to beat over the final four races but Ferrari are coming on strong and McLaren can’t be ruled out yet either.

    Their performance data for the past 15 races is analysed below to predict about how they will fare in the final rounds Suzuka, Korea, Interlagos and Yas Marina.

    The top three


    -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - -142950 McLaren, Red Bull and Ferrari's best lap times compared (%)


    Since we last looked at the performance of the top teams Ferrari have come on strong. The exhaust-blown diffuser added to the F10 in Valencia clearly worked and the team have cut the deficit to Red Bull significantly since then.

    McLaren took longer to get to grips with their exhaust-blown diffuser, which arrived at Silverstone but wasn’t raced. They were off the pace in Germany and Hungary, but came back after the four-week break in a stronger position.

    These general trends are skewed by swings in performance at some specialist tracks. The RB6s were enormously quick at the Hungaroring, prompting speculation about flexing front wings and floors which led to a tightening of the stress tests in these areas of the cars.

    Monza was the opposite – the RB6′s weakest track this year, where an F10 or an MP4-25 was the thing to have.

    The performance traits of McLaren’s and Red Bull’s cars are unmissable: the Red Bull thrives in medium-to-high speed corners but is exposed on long straights, the McLaren is lightning in a straight line but not fond of bumps. But what are the F10′s strengths and weaknesses?

    This car seems to work best at circuits where low-speed traction and braking are a priority. It favours the softer tyre compounds – Felipe Massa in particular has had problems with the harder tyres.Best of the rest



    -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - -142951 Mercedes, Williams, Renault and Force India's best lap times compared to overall best (%)


    The battle behind the big three is being fought just as hard and has seen just as many swings in performance.

    The advantage Mercedes enjoyed in the opening races has been completely obliterated and they’re now fighting hard with Williams, Renault and Force India for every last points.

    Williams didn’t start the season very strongly and early development didn’t seem to go too well. But since the middle of the season they’ve made progress.

    One of the most impressive teams this year in terms of development are Renault, who recently enjoyed an especially strong showing at Belgium. This is the team that is most likely to trouble the championship contenders over the final races.

    However Force India had a dreadful weekend in Singapore culminating in their worst qualifying performance of the year (where crashes and penalties weren’t involved).

    Their difficulties getting the most out of their tyres at Singapore exaggerate their performance deficit on the graph above but even so their position compared to the other midfield teams is getting weaker. That’s no great surprise considering their technical team has lost Mark Smith to Lotus and James Key to Sauber within the last seven months.

    All the teams


    -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - -142952 Best lap time compared to average for all teams (%)


    Sauber and Toro Rosso appear to be falling back from the bulk of the midfield, which goes some way towards explaining why Toro Rosso haven’t scored since the European Grand Prix.

    There are limitations to the data above which are important to bear in mind. It mainly reflects single-lap important which is very important – it basically decides the starting grid – but it not the whole picture.

    McLaren may have been 0.181s slower than Red Bull in qualifying at Singapore but by lap 16 they were over a second a lap off the pace.

    The data can also be skewed by weather and driver error. For example, a wet track in FP1 and FP3 at Singapore combined with Alonso’s mistake in FP2 and Vettel’s in Q3 means Red Bull’s performance advantage there is slightly underestimated.

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    @All
    Race Review report has now been present, have a look at that.
    thats great review man.. keep it up..

    though this made me laugh ..

    -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - Kubicas Overtakes
    -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - Kubicas Overtakes
    ^ Kubica going berserk would 've been a great title for this collection of his overtaking maneuvers -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon10 ... that was some awesome driving by kubica.. overtook all of them in a jiffy...

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    Now it gets serious
    October 1, 2010 · Posted by Fernando Alonso

    I have been back in Switzerland for a few days now. It’s been a time to relax and fill up the energy tanks before the final rush of what has been a very intense season. The Singapore weekend was very stressful from the physical point of view, especially because of the humidity and dehydration. So, I have continued to drink a lot and I have been training in a very low key way, just to get back to full fitness.

    I have kept in touch with the team all the time and I know that in Maranello, everyone is delighted with last Sunday’s win. That’s how it should be and I’m happy too, even if I know the hard part is still ahead of us. These two consecutive wins have reduced the gap that had built up but we are definitely not leading yet! Now it starts getting serious, we will have to experience some pain and it is time for everyone to give their all, without taking a single backward step. There are still five drivers in the hunt for the title.

    So many times this year we have seen that the situation can change really quickly, so anything could still happen. What is certain is that if any of the five put a foot wrong, then it will be even harder for them. I stick with my belief that the key is to always finish on the podium and then do the maths in Abu Dhabi.

    The wins in Monza and Singapore inspire confidence, especially as they came after a difficult season, in which our championship chances have often hung by a thread. Winning on two very different types of track confirms that our car is very versatile and so we can tackle the coming races without any fear. I have been asked which was the best win, Singapore or Monza. Well, any win is great, wherever it comes, but I would have to say that winning in Italy at the wheel of a Ferrari was a really special and unique feeling.

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    FOTA discusses 2013 engine rules as Porsche indicates interest in F1

    The FOTA Technical Working Group met yesterday in London to discuss the new rules for 2013 and today Porsche chairman Mattias Muller has indicated that he is likely to bring his company into F1 using either the Porsche or Audi brand.

    Manufacturers not currently in F1 have been invited all along to be party to the ongoing discussions with teams and the FIA on the 2013 rules and I understand that the Porsche/Audi group have been part of that. The direction of travel is 1.6 litre turbo engines which would work with either brand.

    The likely timing of a Porsche or Audi entry would be with the new engine formula. It is thought that they will either come in as an engine supplier or possibly as a shareholder in a team, like Mercedes were with McLaren. They will no doubt also do a feasibility study into acquiring an existing team, looking at the likely revenues to teams under the new Concorde Agreement, which many of the F1 stakeholders are hoping could be negotiated over this winter’s off-season break.

    “With LMP1, there are two classes and two brands – Audi and Porsche. We do not like to both go into LMP1 [against each other]; that is not so funny,” said Mueller in an interview with Autocar’s Matt Prior.

    “So therefore we have to discuss whether it makes better sense for one of the [two] brands to go into LMP1, and the other brand into F1. So we will have a round-table to discuss the pros and cons.”

    If FOTA gets its way and the teams increase their share of the revenues from 50% to more like 75%, while keeping costs under control, then owning and operating an F1 team could become cost neutral or even profitable, with the added benefit of the immense global marketing reach. That may work out as a more viable option than part ownership or simple engine supply.

    Porsche/Audi will have plenty of suitors among existing teams. Red Bull has cultivated strong links with Audi over the past few years and there are a number of business to business initiatives between them. Hispania Racing’s Colin Kolles is also well connected with Audi in Germany. Meanwhile Williams has a deal to supply hybrid technology to Porsche and the timing is just about perfect for the team to do some kind of deal as Sir Frank Williams and Patrick Head look to take a backward step from the business and release some of their equity.


    Audi has never been in F1, although in the pre war days when it was called simply Grand Prix, Auto Union carried Audi’s famous four ring logo. It works very closely with Shell in sportscars, but Shell has a long standing relationship with Ferrari in F1.

    The problem for Audi as a brand in F1 is that it’s motorsport programme is all about diesel technology, hence the endurance racing programme with Le Mans and ALMS. F1 isn’t likely to go diesel in the near future, so it would require a major strategic shift.

    Porsche is synonymous with sportscar racing, but also has a history in F1, as a team in its own right in the 1960s – it won the 1962 French GP – and as an engine supplier to Footwork (Arrows) in 1991.

    The TAG Turbo engines, made by Porsche, won 25 Grands Prix and three world championships with McLaren in the early 1980s.

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    ^ i think VW, as parent company of both Porsche and Audi, will decide to keep Audi in LeMans and bring Porsche in F1. Whether Porsche come in as engine supplier or acquires a whole team is yet to be decided, but either way Porsche should enter in F1 again.

    Presence of Audi will be also be welcome, as i m all for manufacturers instead of independent teams, i would be glad to see both Audi and Porsche venturing in F1.

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    @m_waqas
    From the same James Allen article, seeing both Audi and Porsche in F1 is not possible as the Audi Boss have said about LMP1. So, my guess is if VW group thinks of coming into F1 they will either be as an engine supplier under Audi or Porsche flag or as a team under Lamborghini or Buggatti flag and not under Audi or Porsche flag. Reason Buggatti have contested in F1 in the early days while Lamborghini also tries their luck in the early 90's.
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    ^ yeah may be... but at least Porsche should enter in F1..

    No restart for Raikkonen in France

    Kimi Raikkonen won’t restart Rallye de France on Sunday after electing to save his Citroen C4 WRC for Spain’s round of the world championship later this month.

    Raikkonen, Formula One world champion in 2007, slithered off the road and retired on Saturday’s penultimate stage. Although the car was undamaged, Raikkonen has opted to stop for good rather than return to action on Sunday’s final four stages.

    “There was no point risking damaging the car ahead of Catalunya because it will be the same car I use there,” said Raikkonen. “The conditions here will not be the same as in Spain so I won’t learn much by driving tomorrow. We are expecting difficult conditions again tomorrow so I decided not to risk an accident when I am not learning anything.”

    Raikkonen’s Citroen Junior Team stablemate Sebastien Ogier will restart, however, after his mechanics repaired the damaged suspension top mount, which forced his retirement on stage 14.
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    @m_waqas
    Kimi is getting back to his usual "I don't give a damn attitude", OR may be his talks with Renault have been fruitful and he is now bored with WRC and preparing a return for F1.

    On the otherhand, Loeb won his 7th title so congratulation to him.
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    ^ lolz .. yeah right... kimi damn cares about what anyone thinks about him -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon14 ... and i hope he's returning to F1 next year ...

    anyway...

    well this is a callout to both Eddie, the drug dealer and UK, steve's mentor ... where the hell are u guys??.. ALO has won singapore gp by my grace and u guys didn't participate in the celebrations ...

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    Ferrari opens the doors for employees’ families
    Saturday 2 October 2010

    Over 13,000 visitors

    More than 13,000 visitors - friends and families of the almost 3,000 Ferrari employees - passed the gates today at Ferrari, because it’s family day, an occasion for the men and women from Ferrari to present the departments of the Prancing Horse and the areas where the road cars - including the one in Modena – and the Formula 1 single-seaters are produced. Numerous children populated the main street at the Ferrari Works, named after the company’s founder Enzo, but also the many other streets, bearing the names of World Champions from the past, while at the different production areas some employees explained to the visitors the different steps necessary to build a Ferrari.

    Chairman Luca di Montezemolo had to pose for many photos, shake numerous hands and sign plenty autographs, while visiting the production areas. “This is a wonderful day to celebrate,” the Chairman told some journalists. “It’s the day of our people. I always underline that behind our products there are exceptional men and women. With them we have to approach challenges and share joyful moments. That’s why we wanted the bonus when the three-year business plan expires, in case we reach our economic objectives we’ll set. It’s something beyond the salary set in the contract, the supplementary benefits, such as free visits to specialist doctors, special interest loans, free school books and summer camps for our employees’ children, scholarships and much more.”

    To a question regarding the Formula 1 Championship the Chairman replied: “We’ll give it our all to win it, I’m proud of the work done by the Team, we missed out on some occasion at the beginning of the season, but now there’s great concentration, we’re giving it our all, let’s hope that in the end it works out.”

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    Talking Mark Webber welcomes Martin Brundle

    lolz .. -Formula 1  - Season 2010 - - icon10


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    Lewis Hamilton blasted for "aggressive" driving - mirror.co.uk

    bla...bla...bla...poor horner....cry baby cry....hamilton will strike back and he will not change his aggressive driving style.
    horner rotu....send me christian horner email address...ill show him aggression.

    Lewis Hamilton still in title race, says Fernando Alonso - mirror.co.uk

    Fernando Alonso still fears Lewis Hamilton in the Formula 1 title race. < u should be and all the drivers in the grid too.HE IS THE CHOSEN ONE.
    nice article btw. and yes Mr. Alonso. Lewis Hamilton is still in the championship title race.INSHALLAH lewis hamilton will be 2010 WD Champion.
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