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    F1 Fans!!!!
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    World Championships Standings after (Season Finale) Brazilian GP
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    World Championships Standings
    Drivers:                    Constructors:             
     1.  Vettel       392        1.  Red Bull-Renault          650
     2.  Button       270        2.  McLaren-Mercedes          497
     3.  Webber       258        3.  Ferrari                   375
     4.  Alonso       257        4.  Mercedes                  165
     5.  Hamilton     227        5.  Renault                    73
     6.  Massa        118        6.  Force India-Mercedes       69
     7.  Rosberg       89        7.  Sauber-Ferrari             44
     8.  Schumacher    76        8.  Toro Rosso-Ferrari         41
     9.  Sutil         42        9.  Williams-Cosworth           5
    10.  Petrov        37       
    11.  Heidfeld      34       
    12.  Kobayashi     30       
    13.  Di Resta      27       
    14.  Alguersuari   26       
    15.  Buemi         15       
    16.  Perez         14       
    17.  Barrichello    4       
    18.  Senna          2       
    19.  Maldonado      1        
    F1 2011 World Driver's Champion
    Sebastian Vettel
    -Formula 1 - Season 2011 -309864

    This Image was posted by @Born2Race with request that it should be posted in the first post after Japanese GP when Vettel secures the title, I promised that it will be at the end of Season on the first post. So here it is fulfilling my promise.

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    Analysis: The magic of Turn 8

    Although the Turkish Grand Prix is a relatively new addition to the calendar, its Turn 8 has already found an entry into Formula 1 folklore as one of the best corners of the season.
    The high-speed triple apex turn challenges cars, drivers and tyres to the limits - and will once again be a focus of attention at Istanbul this weekend thanks to Pirelli's first event at the venue.
    Ahead of the grand prix, Mercedes GP has issued a statistical analysis of the corner - which highlights just how impressive the corner is, and how it compares with other famous turns on the calendar like 130R at Suzuka or Pouhon at Spa-Francorchamps.

    Turn Eight is the longest corner of the season. What are the key facts?

    Turn Eight is 640m long - which equates to 12 per cent of the total lap distance of 5.338 km - and lasts for 8.5s, equivalent to 10% of the current lap record of 1:24.770 set in 2005. Drivers generally take three apexes, the slowest of which is at 260 km/h, with an average corner speed of 270 km/h.

    How does this compare to the other longest and fastest corners of the season?

    Turn Eight presents a unique combination of very high speeds and sustained load. In terms of time spent in the corner, the cornering phase through Turns one and two in Shanghai totals 8.7s - which exceeds Turn Eight - but during deceleration rather than at sustained high speed. The Parabolica at Monza lasts for 7.6s, and Barcelona's Turn Three for 7.4s. In terms of speed, comparable corners are 130R at Suzuka (3.7s, 315m) and Copse at Silverstone (3s, 240m) - both have a duration of less than half that of Turn Eight. In terms of distance, the season's next longest corners are Parabolica at Monza (470m) and Spa's Pouhon (460m) - both are over 25% shorter than Turn Eight.
    What G-forces do the drivers experience in Turn Eight? The peak G-force is 5G, while a level of 4.5G is sustained for two seconds. The average G-force in the corner is 3.5G.

    What demands does this place on the tyres?

    Turn Eight is the most demanding corner of the season in terms of tyre energy. Although it represents just 12% of the total lap distance, this corner alone accounts for approximately 40% of the total tyre energy during the lap at Istanbul Park. Of the car's four corners, the right-hand front tyre is worked hardest.

    What loadings are the cars subjected to in the corner?

    The peak suspension loadings through the corner are over 10,000N - equivalent to a force of 1,000kg, or over 150% the total car weight. The average loading on the right-hand front is 7,000N. The corner also imposes vertical G-forces owing to the bumpy surface between the first and second apexes: the variation between +0.5G and -0.8G feels harsh to the drivers.

    How does car set-up take account of the corner?

    Car set-up must take this corner into specific consideration, notably in terms of tyre camber settings and ride heights, particularly at the rear of the car.

    What do the drivers think of the corner?

    For seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher, the corner is "not particularly difficult to drive but one of the season's longest and pretty fast." Performance in the corner is car-dependent: "It's very heavy on the tyres, and the way you drive the corner largely depends on the car and how you have set it up. That compromise might make it tricky, so we need to wait and see how it goes." In contrast, team-mate Nico Rosberg finds it "one of the most challenging corners of the year" owing to the high speed and prolonged G-loadings. "If I had to create a fantasy F1 circuit, this corner would definitely be included!"
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    'We are not close enough to the best' - Massa

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    Felipe Massa was sixth fastest in practice

    Felipe Massa insists Ferrari has made a step forward with its latest set of upgrades but is not expecting to be challenge the front runners during this weekend's Turkish Grand Prix.
    Ferrari has a new front wing, rear wing, brake ducts and modifications to the floor this weekend in the hope of closing the gap to Red Bull and McLaren. Massa, who set the sixth fastest practice time on Friday, believes there has been an improvement but said the full extent would only be evident in qualifying.
    "From what I could see, we have made a step forward in terms of performance, but we are not yet close enough to the best," he said. "It is always difficult to say how much progress one has made after just two free practice sessions: we will have to wait for qualifying to get a clearer picture.
    "We are working very hard to catch up and I think we are on the right road, but the others are definitely not standing still. For example, Mercedes seems to have made a significant step forward here.
    Deputy technical director Pat Fry admitted the success of the new parts had been mixed.
    "Some of the new elements, like the rear wing for example, immediately showed good results, while others, such as the floor and the front wing, still need further careful evaluation."
    After a wet first practice session Massa said more rain would play into Ferrari's hands.
    "Would I prefer a wet race? Sure, if it turns out we are not competitive then the rain would open up more possibilities, but it could also go well in the dry and it does seem as though the weather is improving. This is a very demanding circuit, but I really like driving here because there are so many different types of corner."
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    Vettel hits the front in final practice<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel shrugged off his lack of Friday running to go quickest in the final practice session ahead of Turkish Grand Prix qualifying.

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    Turkish GP Practice Session 3
    Pos  Driver              Team/Car              Time       Gap      Laps
     1.  Sebastian Vettel    Red Bull-Renault      1m26.037s            17
     2.  Michael Schumacher  Mercedes              1m26.038s  + 0.001s  17
     3.  Mark Webber         Red Bull-Renault      1m26.404s  + 0.367s  16
     4.  Nico Rosberg        Mercedes              1m26.420s  + 0.383s  19
     5.  Jenson Button       McLaren-Mercedes      1m26.578s  + 0.541s  17
     6.  Lewis Hamilton      McLaren-Mercedes      1m26.726s  + 0.689s  14
     7.  Vitaly Petrov       Renault               1m26.755s  + 0.718s  20
     8.  Fernando Alonso     Ferrari               1m26.819s  + 0.782s  12
     9.  Felipe Massa        Ferrari               1m26.883s  + 0.846s  12
    10.  Sebastien Buemi     Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m27.080s  + 1.043s  16
    11.  Sergio Perez        Sauber-Ferrari        1m27.121s  + 1.084s  20
    12.  Pastor Maldonado    Williams-Cosworth     1m27.255s  + 1.218s  18
    13.  Adrian Sutil        Force India-Mercedes  1m27.318s  + 1.281s  19
    14.  Nick Heidfeld       Renault               1m27.379s  + 1.342s  17
    15.  Rubens Barrichello  Williams-Cosworth     1m27.528s  + 1.491s  19
    16.  Paul di Resta       Force India-Mercedes  1m27.644s  + 1.607s  18
    17.  Jaime Alguersuari   Toro Rosso-Ferrari    1m27.724s  + 1.687s  15
    18.  Kamui Kobayashi     Sauber-Ferrari        1m27.976s  + 1.939s  19
    19.  Heikki Kovalainen   Lotus-Renault         1m28.911s  + 2.874s  15
    20.  Jarno Trulli        Lotus-Renault         1m29.697s  + 3.660s  17
    21.  Jerome D'Ambrosio   Virgin-Cosworth       1m31.097s  + 5.060s  25
    22.  Timo Glock          Virgin-Cosworth       1m31.175s  + 5.138s  19
    23.  Tonio Liuzzi        HRT-Cosworth          1m31.375s  + 5.338s  19
    24.  Narain Karthikeyan  HRT-Cosworth          1m32.009s  + 5.972s  15
    The 107% Time based on the Practice Session 3 time is 92.060 secs or 1m32.060s. HRT's are inside the 107% time.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Massa: Mercedes a growing threat<!-- end title -->
    Felipe Massa is encouraged by the progress that Ferrari has made with its car in recent weeks - but thinks the team needs to be wary of the step forward made by rival Mercedes GP.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Pirelli ready for long-term F1 future<!-- end title -->
    Pirelli is ready to commit itself to a long-term future in Formula 1 after expressing delight that it has put the 'emotion' back into the racing.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->McLaren accepts Coughlan's return<!-- end title -->
    McLaren says it has no qualms about its former chief designer Mike Coughlan returning to Formula 1 in a new role with Williams.
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    Go Schumacher Go!!!!
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    Vettel secures another pole in Turkey<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel continued his 100 per cent pole position record for 2011 in Turkey, his lack of dry running on Friday proving no disadvantage whatsoever as he blitzed all three parts of Istanbul qualifying.

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    Turkish GP Qualifying Session
    Pos  Driver                Team                 Time         Gap   
     1.  Sebastian Vettel      Red Bull-Renault     1m25.049s
     2.  Mark Webber           Red Bull-Renault     1m25.454s  + 0.405
     3.  Nico Rosberg          Mercedes             1m25.574s  + 0.525
     4.  Lewis Hamilton        McLaren-Mercedes     1m25.595s  + 0.546
     5.  Fernando Alonso       Ferrari              1m25.851s  + 0.802
     6.  Jenson Button         McLaren-Mercedes     1m25.982s  + 0.933
     7.  Vitaly Petrov         Renault              1m26.296s  + 1.247
     8.  Michael Schumacher    Mercedes             1m26.646s  + 1.597
     9.  Nick Heidfeld         Renault              1m26.659s  + 1.610
    10.  Felipe Massa          Ferrari              No time
    Q2 cut-off time: 1m26.740s                                   Gap **
    11.  Rubens Barrichello    Williams-Cosworth    1m26.764s  + 1.154
    12.  Adrian Sutil          Force India-Mercedes 1m27.027s  + 1.417
    13.  Paul di Resta         Force India-Mercedes 1m27.145s  + 1.535
    14.  Pastor Maldonado      Williams-Cosworth    1m27.236s  + 1.626
    15.  Sergio Perez          Sauber-Ferrari       1m27.244s  + 1.634
    16.  Sebastien Buemi       Toro Rosso-Ferrari   1m27.255s  + 1.645
    17.  Jaime Alguersuari     Toro Rosso-Ferrari   1m27.572s  + 1.962
    Q1 cut-off time: 1m28.321s                                    Gap *
    18.  Heikki Kovalainen     Lotus-Renault        1m28.780s  + 1.767
    19.  Jarno Trulli          Lotus-Renault        1m31.119s  + 2.106
    20.  Jerome D'Ambrosio     Virgin-Cosworth      1m30.445s  + 3.432
    21.  Tonio Liuzzi          HRT-Cosworth         1m30.692s  + 3.679
    22.  Timo Glock            Virgin-Cosworth      1m30.813s  + 3.800
    23.  Narain Karthikeyan    HRT-Cosworth         1m31.564s  + 4.551
    24.  Kamui Kobayashi       Sauber-Ferrari       No time
    107% time: 1m33.103s
    * Gap to quickest in Q1
    ** Gap to quickest in Q2
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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Bahrain 'ready' to host Formula 1 race<!-- end title -->
    Bahrain Grand Prix chiefs say they are now 'ready' for the Formula 1 race to be reinstated on the calendar this season.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel glad one-run gamble paid off<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel admitted it was 'strange' to complete just one run during the final segment of qualifying for the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Rosberg elated with Mercedes progress<!-- end title -->
    Nico Rosberg says he is delighted with the progress made by his Mercedes team after securing third place on the grid ahead of the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Horner confident no repeat of last year<!-- end title -->
    Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he is confident there will be no repeat of the contact his drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber made in last year's grand prix, in spite of the duo locking out the front row for tomorrow's race at Istanbul Park.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Webber relaxed about Vettel's pace<!-- end title -->
    Mark Webber said he was not concerned that Sebastian Vettel was able to beat him to Turkish Grand Prix pole position despite missing the majority of practice.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Kovalainen pins hopes on Spain upgrade<!-- end title -->
    Heikki Kovalainen is hopeful the upgrade to be introduced by Lotus in the next race will help the team get into Q2, after just missing out in Turkey on Saturday.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Schumacher mystified by lack of pace<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher admitted that he was hugely disappointed to qualify only eighth on the grid for the Turkish Grand Prix, having shown strong pace in the final practice session on Saturday morning.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Buemi surprised to fall back<!-- end title -->
    Sebastien Buemi admitted he was confused by Toro Rosso's tumble down the order in Turkish Grand Prix qualifying.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Ecclestone cautious on Bahrain decision<!-- end title -->
    Bernie Ecclestone says he does not want to rush the decision to reinstate the Bahrain Grand Prix despite organisers saying they are ready to host the event.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->McLaren drivers 'still in the fight'<!-- end title -->
    The McLaren drivers feel they can still be a factor in the fight for Turkish Grand Prix victory from fourth and sixth on the grid, though Lewis Hamilton admitted he was concerned Red Bull could get away if he gets caught up in battle with the improved Mercedes.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Alonso draws positives from fifth<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso says he can draw positives from qualifying fifth for the Turkish Grand Prix - the same position he has started every grand prix from so far this season.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Sauber: 'All not lost' for Kobayashi<!-- end title -->
    Sauber technical director James Key believes Kamui Kobayashi still has a good chance to salvage something from the Turkish Grand Prix despite a fuel system problem preventing him from setting a time in qualifying.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Ecclestone sceptical over News Corp bid<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone remains sceptical about New Corp's bid to buy the commercial rights to the sport, the Briton saying he has had no contact with the company.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Williams buoyed despite missing Q3<!-- end title -->
    Williams technical director Sam Michael said the team could still take great encouragement from Turkish Grand Prix qualifying even though it did not quite achieve its goal of a Q3 spot.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Di Resta reprimanded after qualifying<!-- end title -->
    Paul di Resta has been reprimanded for having missed a weighbridge call during qualifying for the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Ferrari plans wind tunnel upgrade<!-- end title -->
    Ferrari is planning a development upgrade of its wind tunnel later this summer in a bid to put to bed the correlation problems that have affected its early season form.
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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Ecclestone: Pay TV would be 'suicide'<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has warned teams it would be 'suicidal' for them if the sport moved to News Corporation's pay-per-view channels as part of a takeover deal.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Todt pushing for limited testing return<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 teams will be asked to support a move from FIA president Jean Todt for a return of limited in-season testing next year.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->McLaren sure it will close gap in Spain<!-- end title -->
    McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh is adamant that his team will be closer to Red Bull in Spain in a fortnight when it introduces upgrades it could not run in Turkey, and is still optimistic that Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button can fight for Istanbul victory today.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Mercedes 'will get better and better'<!-- end title -->
    Mercedes drivers Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg are confident that the team is now on the right track to become a regular frontrunner after another strong performance in qualifying for the Turkish Grand Prix to back up its race-leading run in China.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Schumacher confused by Rosberg gap<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher has confirmed that there were no technical problems with his Mercedes W02 as the seven-time world champion remains mystified by the large gap between himself and Nico Rosberg during qualifying for the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Alonso: Ferrari needs another second<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari has cause for optimism after introducing its first round of upgrades for Turkey, but thinks the team still needs to be a second quicker before it can be satisfied.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->New engine rules set in stone - Todt<!-- end title -->
    FIA president Jean Todt has indicated there is no going back on plans for Formula 1 to switch to 1.6-litre turbocharged engines in 2013 - despite resistance from some teams.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Todt happy to give Bahrain more time<!-- end title -->
    The FIA has done the right thing in giving Bahrain officials another month to indicate if they are in a position to hold the race, says its president Jean Todt.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->FIA 'not involved' in News Corp talks<!-- end title -->
    FIA president Jean Todt says there is little point in the governing body getting involved in discussions about the future ownership of Formula 1 - despite suggesting it was 'strange' that News Corporation and the Exor Group announced their interest so publicly.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Pirelli announces further tyre choices<!-- end title -->
    Pirelli has announced its tyre compound allocations for three more grands prix, meaning it has revealed its intentions for every race through Silverstone in July.
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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel takes commanding win in Turkey<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel left the excitement in his wake as he took an untroubled third victory from four races in the Turkish Grand Prix.

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    Turkish GP Race Results
    Pos  Driver        Team                       Time
     1.  Vettel        Red Bull-Renault           1h30:17.558
     2.  Webber        Red Bull-Renault           +     8.807
     3.  Alonso        Ferrari                    +    10.075
     4.  Hamilton      McLaren-Mercedes           +    40.232
     5.  Rosberg       Mercedes                   +    47.539
     6.  Button        McLaren-Mercedes           +    59.431
     7.  Heidfeld      Renault                    +  1:00.857
     8.  Petrov        Renault                    +  1:08.168
     9.  Buemi         Toro Rosso-Ferrari         +  1:09.300
    10.  Kobayashi     Sauber-Ferrari             +  1:18.000
    11.  Massa         Ferrari                    +  1:19.800
    12.  Schumacher    Mercedes                   +  1:25.400
    13.  Sutil         Force India-Mercedes       +     1 lap
    14.  Perez         Sauber-Ferrari             +     1 lap
    15.  Barrichello   Williams-Cosworth          +     1 lap
    16.  Alguersuari   Toro Rosso-Ferrari         +     1 lap
    17.  Maldonado     Williams-Cosworth          +     1 lap
    18.  Trulli        Lotus-Renault              +     1 lap
    19.  Kovalainen    Lotus-Renault              +    2 laps
    20.  D'Ambrosio    Virgin-Cosworth            +    2 laps
    21.  Karthikeyan   HRT-Cosworth               +    3 laps
    22.  Liuzzi        HRT-Cosworth               +    5 laps
    Fastest lap: Webber, 1:29.703
    
    Not classified/retirements:
    Driver        Team                         On lap
    Di Resta      Force India-Mercedes         45
    Glock         Virgin-Cosworth              1
    
    Here are the championships standings after Turkish GP:
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    Drivers:                    Constructors:             
     1.  Vettel        93        1.  Red Bull-Renault          148
     2.  Hamilton      59        2.  McLaren-Mercedes          105
     3.  Webber        55        3.  Ferrari                    65
     4.  Button        46        4.  Renault                    42
     5.  Alonso        41        5.  Mercedes                   26
     6.  Massa         24        6.  Sauber-Ferrari              8
     7.  Petrov        21        7.  Toro Rosso-Ferrari          6
     8.  Heidfeld      21        8.  Force India-Mercedes        4
     9.  Rosberg       20       
    10.  Kobayashi      8       
    11.  Buemi          6       
    12.  Schumacher     6       
    13.  Sutil          2       
    14.  Di Resta       2       
    
    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Alonso: Ferrari 'enjoying racing' again<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso said Ferrari could start 'enjoy racing' again after taking his team back to the podium in the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel not getting carried away yet<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel insists he is not getting carried away despite a nearly perfect start to the 2011 season.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->McLaren duo unhappy with results<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button admitted that fourth and sixth places in the Turkish Grand Prix were very disappointing results, with Hamilton frustrated with himself for a first-lap error and Button regretting his strategy.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Whitmarsh: Missing updates hurt us<!-- end title -->
    Martin Whitmarsh put McLaren's distant fourth and sixth positions in the Turkish Grand Prix down to the fact that the team was unable to bring as many updates as it would have liked to Istanbul Park.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Webber: Vettel was out of reach<!-- end title -->
    Mark Webber says second place in the Turkish Grand Prix was the maximum he could have hoped for, conceding team-mate Sebastian Vettel is on top of his game right now.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Buemi laments vibration issues<!-- end title -->
    Sebastien Buemi blamed a strange vibration coming from his tyres for losing two places near the end of the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Heidfeld unhappy with Petrov<!-- end title -->
    Nick Heidfeld was unimpressed with Renault team-mate Vitaly Petrov after the duo made contact during the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Brawn: Race set-up now priority<!-- end title -->
    Mercedes needs to reprioritise its race preparations during a grand prix weekend, that is the view of team principal Ross Brawn after Nico Rosberg dropped from third position on the grid to finish fifth in the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Schumacher not experiencing 'big joy'<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher admitted after the Turkish Grand Prix that he is not experiencing "big joy" at the moment, after the seven-time world champion finished a disappointing 12th.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Kobayashi sure seventh was possible<!-- end title -->
    Kamui Kobayashi believes he could have finished as high as seventh in the Turkish Grand Prix had he not been forced to make an early second pitstop after picking up a puncture in a brush with Sebastien Buemi's Toro Rosso.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Massa bemoans pitstop problems<!-- end title -->
    Felipe Massa was left lamenting the problems during his pitstops in the Turkish Grand Prix after a disappointing day for the Brazilian.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->No DRS ban for Monaco GP<!-- end title -->
    The FIA has decided against imposing a ban on DRS for the Monaco Grand Prix, despite safety concerns expressed by a number of drivers.
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    first of all i HATE vettel alot more thn alonso.secondly wht the hell happend to rosberg he just ruined his race and podium finish, he cant handle the position.last but not least PIRELLI.....who told you to come back in f1 u are just destroying the sport the excitement the level of f1. bridgestone was the best.
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    Vettel, "It was a great result today – especially after I gave the team so much work on Friday. I hope giving a victory back goes some way to help them forget it.

    Alonso, "There is more overtaking, but I think that has more to do with the different behaviour of the tyres rather than the moveable rear wing."

    Schumacher, "Obviously I am not very happy with my weekend, but I'm responsible myself for the result. The incident with Petrov kind of dictated my race: we were very close and I was surprised that we touched but it was mostly my mistake."

    I agree with Di Montezemolo, that the Schumacher at Mercedes is a twin, impostor, and not the same Schumacher at Ferrari
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    not alot of dicusions going on here/... havent seen paula here lately.uk is out i m out thread is silent thesedays..... at the race it was.nice.vettel.was boring .as he was alone .rest of the pack produced nice show.... nice to see ferrari up there again....genius keep your hard work up its really nice ......loving the pictures nd your hardwork
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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Ferrari confident of progress in Spain<!-- end title -->
    Ferrari is confident that its season is now heading in the right direction after Fernando Alonso finally delivered its first podium finish of 2011 in Turkey.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Horner insists RBR not unbeatable<!-- end title -->
    Red Bull Racing think it is far too early for anyone to claim it is unbeatable this year, despite another dominant victory for Sebastian Vettel in the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->F1 figures defend overtaking rate<!-- end title -->
    Leading Formula 1 figures are adamant that the FIA has got its implementation of the DRS regulations spot on - despite criticisms that overtaking proved to be too easy in the Turkish Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Williams still encouraged by Turkey<!-- end title -->
    Williams may still be without any points so far this season, but technical director Sam Michael says he remains upbeat about what the team can achieve this year.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Renault confident about upgrades<!-- end title -->
    Renault technical director James Allison says he is 'very confident' about the programme of updates that his team is bringing to its car over the next few races, as it eyes a return to the podium.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Ground effect return to be called off<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 teams are set to rubber-stamp a move to abandon the return of full-spec ground effect on grand prix cars from 2013 at a meeting later this week.

    @Blackeye117
    Thanks for the encouragement because when I see no reply after the race I was like so all the fans are fed up with the race.

    Paula, was on StarSports so I think we should give him a let off for that matter.
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    With it being so much easier to pass from KERS and DRS, and the speed differential between cars growing because of the high degradation of the tires, Monaco, the worst place for passing, will be an interesting race.

    No DRS ban for Monaco GP
    The FIA has decided against imposing a ban on DRS for the Monaco Grand Prix, despite safety concerns expressed by a number of drivers.

    With several drivers worried that the use of the DRS at Monaco could prove dangerous, because of the tricky track and especially the risk of trying to take the tunnel with the wing open for an added straight-line speed boost, the FIA considered forcing teams not to run with the devices for that weekend.

    However, not all teams were in favour of the idea as some felt that keeping the DRS in place was perfectly safe. Some also pointed out that they would face expensive development work on a new Monaco-specific high-downforce wing if the adjustable wing was not allowed for that event.

    With no consensus among the teams, FIA race director Charlie Whiting wrote to the them on race day at the Turkish Grand Prix to confirm that DRS was to remain.

    Williams technical director Sam Michael told AUTOSPORT that Whiting had seen no justification for banning DRS with only a few teams in favour of doing so.

    "Charlie told us this morning," said Michael. "There were some teams that did not think DRS would be good there, but other teams were saying they did not agree [with the ban] and did not understand on what basis [it would be banned].

    "So Charlie was quite straightforward about it. He said that there wasn't a strong enough argument to not have it, so it is staying. We were neutral on it, we didn't mind."
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    Thumbs up Happy Birthday Nick Heidfeld!!

    -Formula 1 - Season 2011 -238686

    Nick Lars Heidfeld (born May 10, 1977 in Mönchengladbach, West Germany) is a German racing driver, who currently races in Formula One for the Lotus Renault GP team as a replacement for the injured Robert Kubica.[1]
    Despite scoring regular podium finishes in 2007 and 2008, Heidfeld has yet to win a race since entering Formula One in 2000. This means that amongst the current drivers, he has had the most GP starts without standing at the top spot on the podium. Heidfeld has now started over 170 races, so if he were to eventually win a race he would break the record for most starts before a maiden victory. This is currently held by Mark Webber, who claimed his first victory on his 131st attempt. Heidfeld also currently holds three other dubious records; he is the driver who has scored the highest number of world championship points without a Grand Prix win, holds the record for the most podium finishes without a Grand Prix win (13),[2] and has the most second place finishes without a win, with 8. He also holds the record for the most consecutive race classifications with a tally of 41, and shares the record for most finishes in a season with Tiago Monteiro and Felipe Massa after finishing all 18 races in the 2008 season.
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    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Horner backs Webber to fight back<!-- end title -->
    Mark Webber is ready to mount a more serious challenge on team-mate Sebastian Vettel after finally getting to grips with the 2011 Pirelli tyres.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Herbert expects Schumacher to retire<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher's former team-mate Johnny Herbert believes the seven-time champion will retire for good at the end of the 2011 season.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Mosley loses UK media law case<!-- end title -->
    Former FIA president Max Mosley has lost his court case on UK media law, in which the Briton tried to get British newspapers to warn people before exposing parts of their private lives.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Barrichello: Monaco DRS call is wrong<!-- end title -->
    Rubens Barrichello has labelled the FIA's decision to allow teams to keep the DRS (Drag Reduction System) for the Monaco Grand Prix as 'wrong'.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Trulli: It is 'the end of qualifying'<!-- end title -->
    Lotus driver Jarno Trulli says the Turkish Grand Prix marked what he believes is "the end of qualifying" in Formula 1.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Schumacher has full Mercedes support<!-- end title -->
    Michael Schumacher has received the full backing from his Mercedes GP team, which says it has no doubts the German can help deliver strong results despite his difficult race in Turkey last weekend.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Coughlan 'will be a better person'<!-- end title -->
    Mike Coughlan will return to Formula 1 with Williams as a better person, having learned from his involvement in the controversy surrounding the 2007 McLaren spy scandal.
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    genius dont worry you ll always find me posting here as i enjoy every race weekend be it a boring race ....your efforts are worth appreciating ....and i too saw paula for a minute or so .and was more than happy .......
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    Renault is to lodge a request with the FIA to expand its engine supply deal to four teams in 2012, AUTOSPORT has learned, as talks with potential new partners - including Williams – enters an advanced stage.

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    Renault team boss Eric Boullier is positive about Robert Kubica's rehabilitation after meeting with the Polish driver after the Turkish Grand Prix.<!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Glock concerned about Virgin's form<!-- end title -->
    Timo Glock fears his Virgin Racing team will struggle to qualify for races this season if it does not manage to get its latest upgrades working properly.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Alonso confident over title fight<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso is convinced he will be able to fight for this year's title if Ferrari can continue to perform like it did in Turkey.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->F1 drivers unite to help Richards<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 drivers are helping support the cancer treatment of New Zealand-born V8 Supercar driver Jason Richards with an auction.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Massa happy about Ferrari progress<!-- end title -->
    Felipe Massa says he is upbeat about Ferrari's progress in the Turkish Grand Prix despite a disappointing race for him.

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    Williams Formula 1 sees 'solid' financial performance

    The Williams Formula 1 team has seen profits for 2010 rise by 28% after what it says was a "solid" financial year

    -Formula 1 - Season 2011 -239325
    Williams signed a sponsorship deal with Venezuelan oil firm PDVSA

    Pre-tax profit was £5.8m after the cost of investing £1.9m in energy firm Williams Hybrid Power and the Williams Technology Centre in Qatar.
    Team Principal Sir Frank Williams said 2010 had been one of the toughest years for attracting sponsorship.
    As part of the firm's plan "to take the business forward", it listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange in March.
    Shares in the firm were virtually unchanged after the announcement.

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    Chairman Adam Parr said its initial public offering and listing had "secured the team's long-term future by providing a sustainable ownership structure".

    Part of the new Williams' strategy this spring was to secure a partnership with a leading car manufacturer.

    Last week, plans to build a hybrid supercar in conjunction with Jaguar were announced.

    Following the stock market launch, Sir Frank Williams has remained majority shareholder and team principal.

    "Commercially, 2010 has given Williams a solid foundation from which to grow," he said.

    He said Williams was looking to build on that through the joint venture with Jaguar Land Rover, and was seeking further developments in its power and technology firms.

    Oil deal

    Williams are one of the most successful teams in F1, but they have slipped from the pedestal they occupied when they dominated the sport for much of the 1980s and 1990s.
    -Formula 1 - Season 2011 -239327
    Sir Frank Williams says 2010 was a difficult year for sponsorship deals in F1


    They have not won a championship since 1997 and last won a grand prix in 2004. In recent years, they have struggled to raise the budget required to compete at the front.

    The team has yet to score any points this year.

    Williams finished sixth in the constructors' championship in 2010, while at the Brazilian Grand Prix, German driver Nico Hulkenberg took their first pole position for five years.

    Hulkenberg has not been retained for 2011 after Williams decided to take on the Venezuelan rookie Pastor Maldonado.

    His presence is linked to a multi-year, multi-million pound sponsorship deal with his country's state oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA).

    "Amidst one of the harshest sponsorship environments for a long time, we signed PDVSA and upgraded and extended existing partners, Randstad and Oris," said Mr Williams.

    Their lead driver continues to be Brazilian veteran Rubens Barrichello, a former Ferrari driver who has competed in more grands prix than any other driver in history.
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