Wednesday, July 28, 2010

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    way of previous knowledge about the history of the Hungarian Grand Prix, a must for the F1 in eastern Europe.


    several attempts in the early 30's by the Hungarian government to have a Grand Prix in their country, finally took and held the first and only GP in Hungary before the Second War Mundial.El chosen circuit was built in the Park Népliget in the capital, Budapest and was held on June 21, 1936.

    had a length of 4.898 km 20 curves and ran anti-clockwise.
    Contrary to what we discussed last week's Hockenheimring in this circuit was not important engine power but the handling of the car.
    Thus in this race broke the dominance of Mercedes and Auto-Union and its Nuvolari Alfa Romeo 8C-35 won the race. He also set the fastest lap that was 3m35.6, with an average speed of 83.49 km / h.

    The estimated audience was over 100,000 personasEsta race was another remarkable fact, she enrolled in a woman, Miss Eileen Ellison with a Maserati, was ultimately unable to exit, but it was a pilot too important at the time that did manage to run in the South African GP 1936.

    Then came World War II, Hungary fell behind the Iron Curtain, in the history books did not know what happened at that time in those countries ... but there was a thing called the "Warsaw Pact"
    And Bernie Ecclestone appears in history ... you miss half of Europe of their plans, so that in the first 80 began to take steps to have GP "Communist." He wanted in the USSR, but first to Brezhnev (d. 1982) and its successors Andropov and Chernenko shooting, there was nothing to do, so following the advice of a Hungarian friend, began talks with the government of that country.

    At first we studied the possibility of returning to Népliget and have another street circuit like Monaco, but in the end it was to the conclusion that it was better to build a new circuit and so in 1985 construction began on the Hungaroring (Mogyoród), which was finished in only 8 months ... less time the circuit has been built.

    Thus the March 24, 1986 was held on Grand Prix of Hungary, 50 years after the last, and the only behind the "Iron Curtain" with 200,000 people in the stands.
    still attracts a large number of spectators and that given its geographical location is very convenient for fans of the surrounding countries, Germany, Austria and Poland by Kubica recently as curiosity, there is always a large number of Finns ... we'll see this year without Kimi.

    Since its birth has not greatly changed, in 2003, lengthening the home straight and adjust the curve 1 being symmetrical to the entrance to the home straight.
    This change was motivated by an attempt to increase overtaking opportunities because they do not usually see a lot of overtaking and for example in 1990, Thierry Boutsen was able to retain all behind her career to slow Williams Ayton Senna and his McLaren-Honda.
    During its construction plans to make it less sluggish with the addition of some fast corners were thwarted because of a spring underground prevented it.
    The circuit is in a central European region characterized by hot dry summers so races are held usually dry, being the only GP in the last rain of 2006 and that gave us unforgettable moments.

    Given the nature of the circuit, narrow, twisty and quite dirty races usually quite processional and therefore the best way to gain positions in the strategies she used to be stops. Let's see now that there is no refueling happens ... A good example was in 1998 when Ferrari (Ross Brawn) changed the strategy to be followed by Michael Schumacher of 2 to 3 stops mid-race, I just needed enough to open a gap in 20 laps to go first. They succeeded and won the race Schumi.

    Two drivers were proclaimed World Champions in the Hugaroring in its 20 year history, the first was Nigel Mansell in 1992 and the second Michael Schumacher in 2001. Furthermore the Williams-Renault team also champion here in the year 1996.The 2 pilots "local" Zsolt Baumgartner, Hungary, and Poland's Robert Kubica made their debut at this track.

    Many drivers like Ayrton Senna, Nigel Mansell, Michael Schumacher and Fernando Alonso have said they love the circuit and is one of your favorites or your favorite, while others complain it is too slow, hot and demanding.
    in 2009 confirmed that the Hungaroring continue to hold the GP of Hungary until 2016.

    These are the results of the Hungarian Grand Prix, year after year since its inception:

    1986: The many spectators in the stands in the return of the F-1 at Hungary after 50 years as cute vibrated the fratricidal duel faced throughout the trial to Brazilian drivers Nelson Piquet and Ayrton Senna. The maneuver made by the first stroke to advance to second to end of line is etched forever in the annals of the history of F1.

    1987: The Brazilian Nelson Piquet repeat victory at the Hungaroring after a teammate-not friend and great rival in the fight for the title that year, Nigel Mansell, he broke off a piece brake of a wheel when victory was almost in the palm of your hand.

    1988: The two pilots of the McLaren-Honda team physically attached cross under the checkered flag obtaining a double victory in that triumphant season that saw them win all but one Grand Prix. On this occasion Ayrton "Magic" Senna preceded the "Professor" Alain Prost.

    1989: Another fratricidal duel was experienced in the issue of having 89 players on this occasion as the fiery Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna. Building on the dubbing of "slow" Onyx of Sweden Stefan Johansson, the "Lion" broke leaving reaction power and with a span of nostrils to his surprised opponent who had no choice but to give in to the perfect overtaking maneuver carried out by British .

    1990: Immersed in a duel to conquer the second of his world titles and knowing that at that moment a second was more important than launching into a duel over a hypothetical victory that could go badly, Ayrton Senna was limited to escort the Williams-Renault Belgian Thierry Boutsen to the finish line. Behind them, Mansell, Berger and Berger Nannini-not paying theirs.

    1991: The Japanese Honda had to work a great time giving a horsepower than Ayrton Senna Mclaren so that he could break the triumphant run of victories that the British Nigel Mansell Williams-Renault had obtained in the last three races.

    1992: After losing at least twice a world title merit and self-respect that would have been entitled, Briton Nigel Mansell finally get the coveted global award Magyar soil. The abandonment of his team mate Riccardo Patrese and finish in the top three was what I needed Mansell. Both circumstances occurred with the British ranked in second place after Ayrton Senna and ahead of his fellow Austrian Gerhard Berger McLaren.

    1993: After losing two victories at Silverstone and Hockenheim sung, Britain's Damon Hill gets his first victory in Formula-1 ahead of Benetton's Italian veteran Ricardo Patrese and Austrian Gerhard Berger's Ferrari.

    1994: Michael Schumacher scored a comfortable victory in the 1994 edition of unmitigated beating his rival in the fight for the title of this year's British Damon Hill Williams-Renault. The third spot on the podium accounted for the first time in the history of the F-1 to a Dutch driver Jos Verstappen a couple of weeks before had taken the shock of his life when his car caught fire in a pit stop during the German Grand Prix .

    1995: Doublet Williams-Renault team in Hungary with Damon Hill still had hopes of being able to fight against Michael Schumacher world title that year. The German left this time with broken engine a few laps to go.

    1996: Although no one considered the favorite, Canadian Jacques Villeneuve won an unexpected but deserved victory at the Hungaroring preceding the finish line teammate Damon Hill and Jean Alesi Benetton.

    1997: Jacques Villeneuve Magyar repeat victory in soil in a race dominated from start to finish for the title world champion Damon Hill, Arrows-Yamaha which was practically standing on the last lap and promoting the unexpected triumph of pilot Canada.

    1998: The team's Finnish driver Mika Hakkinen McLaren-Mercedes gets a tremendous victory in Hungary which was presented his credentials to a world title that finally conquered.

    1999: The title world champion Mika Hakkinen and David Coulthard managed a formidable one-two for McLaren-Mercedes ahead of Eddie Irvine Ferrari Irish staged an embarrassing performance that going off track by more than one occasion.

    2000: With the victory in Hungary Mika Hakkinen tried to resist the push of a Michael Schumacher who was determined and finally achieved regain a world title for Ferrari, who resisted for 21 years.

    2001: With a Ferrari increasingly strong and increasingly Mclaren Michael Schumacher decline with Rubens Barrichello got a double victory for the team's "Prancing Pony." 2002: With the second place finish behind team-mate Rubens Barrichello Michael Schumacher equaled the record of five world titles of the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio. His brother Ralf Schumacher was at the podium to congratulate the success.

    2003: Fernando Alonso stood with his first victory, leaving in the retina of millions of viewers overshoot (to get nothing less than a fly) the almighty Schumacher.

    2004: total domain of the cars of Maranello and a new victory of the "Kaiser" Michael Schumacher ahead of Rubens Barrichello that you both get the mathematical certainty of conquering a new world constructors' title for the Scuderia. Always brilliant in Hungary, our compatriot Fernando Alonso have won the third place.

    2005: McLaren's Kimi Raikkonen won the Hungarian Grand Prix this year, the 13 th of the season. This was the third win of the season for Kimi. In the second place Michael Schumacher placed preceding his younger brother Ralf and Jarno Trulli both at the controls of two separate Toyota. The Fifth went to Jenson Button in front of the Williams of Heidfeld and Webber. the last point ended up in the hands of Takuma Sato and BAR-Honda. Fernando Alonso could only manage 11 second behind Barrichello.

    2006: The Flood decided to breed during the dispute of the Hungarian Grand Prix this year and the driving ability of Fernando Alonso in these conditions to surface again. The champion made a demonstration ahead of rivals in a way that was almost a mockery to them, such was their inferiority to the Renault driver. Unfortunately ill-fitting nut on the car of Alonso, during one of the pit stops, ended up out of your accommodation making the car and its driver stay out of the race.
    Michael Schumacher tried to resist in their place with inadequate tires and forced situations not letting pass. Pedro de la Rosa had a major German rifirafe with brushed unsportsmanlike to keep your place. Finally, De la Rosa finished in second place and a magnificent victory, a tactic favored by very successful career, was placed in the hands of Jenson Button in this way managed to climb the top step of the podium for the first time in his career F1.

    2007: The Magyar race of the 2007 season was preceded by a bitter controversy. In the session Saturday's qualifying Alonso was the pilot who set the fastest time but the commissioners decided to delay circuit five posts into English for an alleged irregularity in the final pit stop to ride the final set of tires. Alonso's car was stopped in the box more than was necessary in theory, leaving no option of completing the last attempt at his teammate.
    The controversial stewards' decision conditioned the choices of the world champion was forced to battle in traffic throughout the race. Hamilton, starting from the pole won the race ahead of Raikkonen seemed to roll faster that English and to demonstrate marked the fastest lap on his last lap. The Finn eventually finished second, near Hamilton, Heidfeld was third tough and Alonso finished fourth in a race that could have won had not suffered the penalty on Saturday.

    2008: First career victory for the Finn Heikki Kovalainen. The McLarens were the strongest on Saturday, with Hamilton and Kovalainen on pole second. Massa stalked them in the second row ahead of a surprising Timo Glock and Kimi Raikkonen in qualifying fatal, came sixth in front of Alonso. Kubica in fifth place, was the target of both.

    2009: This edition of the Hungarian Grand Prix will be remembered mainly for two unique circumstances. The first is the serious accident suffered by Felipe Massa who was beaten in the head during Saturday practice, a spring escaped the car of Rubens Barrichello. Massa suffered a fractured skull and for some time came to fear for their safety.
    The other circumstance that will be remembered this was the debut Grand Prix F1 of a English rider, Alguersuari, who also became the youngest driver to break into the premier class.

    On the sports, victory went to the hands of Kimi Raikkonen Lewis Hamilton Mark Webber second and third. Fernando Alonso, who started from pole position, had to leave when he was leading the race after a litany of problems. First, he lost a wheel coming out of your tire changing. After a ride in the car on three wheels, hard compound tires mounted and loaded fuel to try to reach the final. I really came to the end then, a few laps, the fuel pump had enough of his Renault and English champion had to retire from the race.

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Monday, July 26, 2010

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    Hungarian Grand Prix Team Orders

    Team orders in Formula One have existed since the creation of the world championship in 1950, still exist, as was shown yesterday at the German Grand Prix, and will remain, as will be corroborated in future, despite from the 2003 season are officially banned.
    Beyond that many of us disappointed, the team orders have been served since the beginning of the world championship of Formula One to promote the interests of the teams in order win or a race or the final title.
    In the early years of global shared even cars and in case of failure of one of them, the pilot could retire rather than get into the car of a colleague and at the end of the test points were shared.
    We have highlighted in several post, causing displeasure in any pilot having to give your car to any partner ... but the system worked well, and by signing a contract with a wise pilot Scuderia maybe I should give up a victory to succeed her partner.
    In the Grand Prix of Great Britain in 1957, played in the circuit of Aintree, Liverpool, there was the historical fact of the first victory of a British car (Vamwall), driven not by one but by two British pilots.
    Stirling Moss, who had achieved first place in the formation of departure, had to retire on lap 51 of the 90 that comprised the race by an engine problem and took the car from his compatriot Tony Brooks, who crossed the finish line in first position.

    The crash of Lorenzo Bandini (Ferrari) and Graham Hill (BRM) in the Grand Prix of Mexico in 1964 that resulted in the removal of the second and lost the world title for the benefit of Britain's John Surtees Ferrari, was then considered by many as a consequence, extreme team orders.

    The ban on team orders came at the start of the 2003 season, after two cases of difficult to substantiate, the responsibility fell on the current president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), Frenchman Jean Todt, then sporting director of Ferrari.

    In the Grand Prix of Austria in 2002, sixth round of the championship and had four wins from German Michael Schumacher. Todt ordered Rubens Barrichello to let go to Germany to further strengthen its leading position in the world. Barrichello dominated
    the race and only stopped a few meters from the finish line to prove that victory was theirs and make way for Schumacher, who did not need the victory to be world champion.
    was the beginning of an era extremely unpleasant for the F1, where the Ferrari driver was limited to looking after the backs of the almighty Schumacher, racing in spectacles becoming monotonous.

    That same year in the United States Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and awarded the title, Michael Schumacher wanted to return him to victory in Austria and let Barrichello win in the last moment.
    These two races in a season dominated from start to finish for Ferrari, who won 15 of the 17 races, of which Schumacher won eleven, led the FIA \u200b\u200bto ban team orders.

    However, despite the ban in 2007, the Brazilian Grand Prix, the final race of the season, Felipe Massa and had to leave his first since his teammate Kimi Raikkonen, who thanks to this won the world championship with a point ahead of Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) and Fernando Alonso (McLaren).
    The following season was Raikkonen who had to pass Massa at the China Grand Prix, the penultimate global test, for this to finish second behind Hamilton. However, two weeks after Brazil lost the World Cup before his audience at the final corner of his Grand Prix.

    The score difference between Alonso and Massa, 98 through 67, before the race and the fact that Fernando Alonso was fastest on Friday, Saturday and Sunday's race, forcing Ferrari to ask the Brazilian English ceded his post, in the view that this would continue to fight for the championship.
    If Massa was in front of the race was because the German Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) locked him up against the wall at the exit and left free path.

    The race director Charlie Whiting, who already took its toll on the Grand Prix of Great Britain to Fernando Alonso for his advancement to Poland's Robert Kubica (Renault), held in Valencia after the race had been manipulated , sent a report to the stewards, who sanctioned the $ 100,000 Ferrari.
    here to enter the technical considerations, as to the face of sport is arguably the issue of whether or not there should be orders from the pitwall ... the majority of fans we want the fight wheel to wheel not maneuvers orchestrated in advance, but definitely interesting of the F1 fans do not go hand in hand with the interests of the teams, drivers and leadership in general.

    Now the case rests with the FIA \u200b\u200bWorld Council, chaired by the cause of the ban on team orders, Jean Todt (yes, yes, the one who ordered Rubens braking on the finish line) , whose decision will not in any event, that team orders continue to give more or less discretion on the part of the teams.

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Monday, July 19, 2010

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    As part of the previous Grand Prix of Germany now know its history, year by year since its inception.

    Historically, the Gordon Bennett Cup in 1904 or 1907, Kaiserpreis disputed both on the router circuit of Homburg are considered the first motorsport disputed in Germany. But the German race just enjoyed this status since the year 1926 in which a young German named Rudolf Caracciola scored an unexpected yet superb victory under a downpour on the ultra fast Avus circuit.

    A year later opened a giant Nurburgring circuit located about 23 miles in the mountains of Eiffel on Nurburg castle which gives its name to the circuit. The enormous difficulty of the 177 curves that make up the Nurburgring and the extreme hardness of the pilots made the win in two consecutive or three alternatives receive the honor of being considered "Nurburgring-Maister." (Master of the Nurburgring).

    Throughout history only mentioned Caracciola, Ascari, Fangio, Surtees, and Stewart achieved that distinction. But undoubtedly the most successful driver in the German Grand Prix was the local hero Rudolf Caracciola who won no fewer than six occasions. In its extreme difficulty and danger speak for only the high number of pilots killed in his path. Only in Formula-1 tests will remember Marimon, Collins, De Beaufort, Taylor and Mitter.

    Unfortunately, in 1976 this legendary circuit was closed due to accident that killed the Austrian Niki Lauda but later run again on a caricature of itself. Fortunately, the original route still open to the public that can give a little money around.

    The manager to take the witness was another ultra fast Hockenheim circuit on which among others killed one of the best drivers in the history of Scotland Jim Clark in a test of F-2 in 1968 and France's Patrick Depailler in 1980. But Hockenheim has been a major refurbishment in recent years seeing substantially reduced its path.

    1951: After defeating them at Silverstone, Alberto Ascari is bending his knees to Alfa-Romeo powerhouse thanks to lower fuel consumption of his Ferrari. The team leader Juan Manuel Fangio Portello be content with second place.

    1952: Having won the victory the previous year, the Italian Alberto Ascari became the new "Nurburgring" Meister "clinching the way the mathematical certainty of the world title. Teammates Farina, Fischer and Taruffi cuatripleta completed a history of Scuderia Ferrari.

    1953: A puncture and the immediate loss of his right front tire made Alberto Ascari Ferrari had to cede the victory to his teammate, "Nino" Farina thus achieved its fifth and final victory in Great Awards.

    1954: In the Workouts kills Argentina Onofre "Pinocchio" Marimon. His fellow Fangio Mieres Gonzales and pretend not to participate in the race as a sign of mourning, but eventually give in to pressure from their respective teams. Juan Manuel Fangio finally gives the best possible tribute to their unfortunate countryman clinching victory ahead Gonzales in the finals had to give up her career to Mike Hawthorn Ferrari.

    1955: Because of the tragedy of the 24 Hours of Le Mans the German GP in 1955 was canceled.

    1956: Piloting now to Ferrari, the Argentine ace Juan Manuel Fangio is imposed with great authority in front of his friend but now rival Stirling Moss Maserati team. To highlight the fourth-place finish by the English Francisco Godinho at the wheel of a semi-Maserati.

    1957: The pilot demonstration Juan Manuel Fangio did that day at the Nurburgring is better than what we see in usual chronic.

    1958: Tragic career in 1958 with the death of Briton Peter Collins determined to follow in the wake of the Vanwall of Tony Brooks winning future.

    1959: Due to some refurbishment work on the Nurburgring, there is first and last time in GP scoring in the ultra-fast and dangerous Avus circuit. What's dangerous is evidenced by the terrible accident suffered by the German Hans Hermann and mortal suffered by the great French driver Jean Behra in a test of support Saturday morning. In a close race on both sleeves, Briton Tony Brooks was imposed ahead of his teammates Dan Gurney and Phil Hill in another triplet Ferrari team history.

    1961: Piloting the private Lotus team of Rob Walker, Stirling Moss beat the odds against the mighty Ferrari team in the rain. Unfortunately, at that moment no one could imagine that this would be the last victory of the great British ace.

    1962: Graham Hill obtained a tremendous victory that catapulted him to conquer the title world that year. John Surtees and Dan Gurney always shot less than three seconds away, but the star of the day was Jim Clark once again the author of a formidable comeback that led him to win the fourth place after a problem at startup in which came last.

    1963: The new Ferrari driver John Surtees gets its first victory at the Nurburgring, while teammate Willie Mairesse suffered a massive accident that ends his career in the F-1.

    1964: John Surtees repeated the victory the previous year, making it one of the "Meister Nurburgring." Highlight the debut of the Japanese team Honda and tragic death in practice of the sympathetic Dutchman Carel Godin de Beaufort.

    1965: Jim Clark finally sign your name on the winners of the German Grand Prix, after a comfortable career that also broke the record for the "Pole-Position" in no less than 16 seconds.

    1966: The veteran Australian Jack Brabham gets a tremendous victory that catapulted to the conquest of their third world title in a career marked by the fatal crash of Britain's John Taylor after a touch with the Matra-Ford of rookie Jacky Ickx one of the 9 cars F-2 invited to take part in the race.

    1967: The New Zealander Denny Hulme gets an unexpected victory in front of his boss Jack Brabham, after the abandonment of the Dan Gurney Eagle that was the great ruler. But without a doubt, the revelation was the Belgian driver Jacky Ickx Matra that flying a F-2 achieved the third fastest time in practice and rolled with the lead pack most of the race.

    1968: Many say that the German Grand Prix 1968 was the best race I made the Scot Jackie Stewart as under a deluge ahead at the finish line by more than 4 minutes of Graham Hill Lotus

    1969: The Belgian Jacky Ickx is confirmed as an expert from the Nurburgring getting a tremendous victory after giving account of his great rival Jackie Stewart in the early laps. Unfortunately, in practice the German was killed and the drivers Gerard Mitter started to rise after better security.

    1970: A cause of fatal accident last year, is running for the first time at Hockenheim and the race is vibrant with a finale between Jochen Rindt (Lotus-Ford) and Jacky Ickx (Ferrari) with victory the first.

    1971: Back at the Nurburgring, the Scot Jackie Stewart won his law imposes its past Francois young sidekick and apprentice Cevert and Clay Regazzoni Ferrari.

    1972: The Belgian Jacky Ickx chair sits at the Nurburgring unmitigated clinching victory from the same output. His team-mate Clay Regazzoni after a fierce duel with Stewart and the young Swedish driver Ronnie Peterson March accompany him on the podium.

    1973: Fluent Team Tyrrell "in the soporific 1973 edition with Jackie Stewart saying in the line Cevert his apprentice might have happened if you had wanted. Jacky Ickx driving a McLaren-Ford without permission from Enzo Ferrari wins third place the podium.

    1974: Another of the highlights of Switzerland's Clay Regazzoni Nurburgring in letters of gold inscribed his name on the list of winners of this test to gain some comfort in front of South African Jody Scheckter Tyrrell and Argentine Carlos Reutemann Brabham.

    1975: In a trial marked by numerous punctures incurred because of bad tarmac, the Argentine Carlos Reutemann bright asserts itself ahead of Jacques Laffite surprising thereby obtaining the first important result of the Williams Ferrari and the world ruler of the Austrian Niki Lauda was not spared to pass the pits to change tires.

    1976: August 1, 1976, Niki Lauda's Ferrari faltered out Bergwerk curve and hits the rails back on track in flames. The trio Edwards-Ertl-Lunger was found with the car in the middle of the track and the latter was unable to avoid colliding head-followed immediately by Ertl. The scene was hellish, the Ferrari driver was burning inside. That was the tragic end of the legendary Nurburgring, closed for the F-1 because of this accident that marked forever the face and soul of the Austrian driver, which fortunately only forty days after he returned to run the Italian Grand Prix.

    1977: Just one year later the "ghost escaped from the burning of Nurburgring" the Austrian Niki Lauda is all the great authority on Hockenhiem ahead of Jody Scheckter's Wolf and the Brabham-Alfa-Romeo local pilot Hans Stuck. The Austrian could well win No. 100 Tire & Good Year.

    1978: Driving the Lotus formidable-79, the Mario Andretti italanorteamericano leaves for granted who was the favorite to conquer the world title that year, clinching a comfortable victory ahead of Jody Scheckter Wolf and of the Ligier -Matra of Jacques Laffite

    1979: Two weeks after Clay Regazzoni had given Frank Williams his first GP victory in the British circuit of Silverstone Swiss veteran himself behind his boss Alan Jones achieved the first double of the old traditional British team.

    1980: Jacques Laffite French pays tribute to his compatriot Patrick Depailler died a week earlier in a private test-driving an Alfa Romeo at this circuit.

    1981: The Brazilian Nelson Piquet takes advantage of mechanical failure suffered by Alan Jones and declining performance of Alan Prost Renault to win an upset victory that catapulted him to conquer the world first of her braid.

    1982: The Frenchman Patrick Tambay get a psychological victory for Scuderia Ferrari, steeped in sadness at the terrible accident the day before by his compatriot Didier Pironi who thus lost a world title that undoubtedly deserved. Career highlight in the mini-boxing match pitting the Chilean Nelson Piquet Salazar who brought this to the track so unorthodox.

    1983: René Arnoux obtained an important victory at Hockenheim, after Nelson Piquet saw his engine explode spectacularly when he had the victory in the palm of your hand.

    1984: Frenchman Alain Prost and Austrian Niki Lauda won a double victory for the mighty McLaren-TAG-Porsche-Turbo that dominated at will throughout the season.

    1985: re-run on the Nurburgring or rather a caricature of himself with a euphoric Alboreto imposed ahead of his main rival in the fight for the title of the year Alain Prost and the veteran French Jacques Laffite Ligier.

    1986: After the severe economic losses suffered by the organizers last year's dispute over the revamped test Nurburgring, the German Grand Prix Hockenheim returned again. Nelson Piquet is hooked to the group of applicants world title clinching victory after an unexpected drop in performance Mclaren Keke Rosberg.

    1987: In a career plagued by dropouts, Nelson Piquet repeats last year's victory this time for McLaren ahead of Stefan Johansson of Sweden who came to the finish with only three wheels and Ayrton Senna Lotus.

    1988: The new star in the firmament of the F-1 Ayrton Senna won a brilliant victory in the rain in front of his teammate even Alain Prost and Gerhard Berger's Ferrari.

    1989: Ayrton Senna Feroz comeback over teammate / rival Alain Prost after a tire change that swept Rio failed the French a victory that seemed already within reach.

    1990: Third consecutive victory on German soil Ayrton Senna after starring in another ferocious comeback this time on the Benetton of Alessandro Nannini that he found a lead to not change tires. But the hurricane could not carioca.

    1991: Fluent fiery Nigel Mansell who only lost the lead after a pit stop to change tires.

    1992: Nigel Mansell repeated the victory last year at this time if you served to win the coveted world twisted. To highlight the third position of a young German named Michael Schumacher will play its first GP in Germany.

    1993: In just three laps to go, Damon Hill, son of Graham's victory was assured to have a theoretical advantage over his team leader. But like at Silverstone two weeks before the fatality was crossed on their way to puncture the left rear tire causing him off the track. Thus Alain Prost crossed the finish line victorious ahead of local hero Michael Schumacher and Mark Blundell Ligier.

    1994: A spectacular accident caused by Finland's Mika Hakkinen removed no fewer than 11 cars in the output. Thus the Austrian Gerhard Berger only had to wait until Michael Schumacher Benetton which had also been damaged at the start to give up comfort imposed ahead of the Ligier of Olivier Panis and Eric Bernard.

    1995: After the first round Damon Hill off the track at the end of the line. With this gift, his rival in the fight for the title of that year the German Michael Schumacher had an explosion of joy into the stands packed with an audience surrendered to his idol. Not surprisingly, it was the first victory by a German pilot in his Great Award since Rudolf Caracciola that achieved in 1939 just before to the start of World War II.

    1996: Convinced that he could still win Hill was launched to hunt for Gerhard Berger and stood just three laps in his wake. For nine laps both delighted us with a formidable duel that always came out victorious in Austria. But just three laps from the end, the Berger's Benetton engine spit out a huge cloud of blue smoke due to the rupture of one of the pistons Damon Hill to present to an undeserved victory.

    1997: Last win at GP of Austrian veteran Gerhard Berger could thus Benetton team's first win following the departure of Michael Schumacher German Anglo-Italian team.

    1998: With a gentleman's agreement set in secret by two since the start of the championship David Coulthard escorted at all times to his team-mate Mika Hakkinen to the finish line, getting beat on your way to an opaque Michael Schumacher finished fifth.

    1999: Eddie Irvine with the blessing of his occasional teammate Mika Salo - replacement for the injured Michael Schumacher, is imposed on German soil showing his world title bid to even the Irish ultimately failed.

    2000: Starting from the 18 ° position, the Brazilian Rubens Barrichello is imposed for the first time in a GP giving his victory to his ill-fated compatriot Ayrton Senna at the podium ceremony.

    2001: Spectacular accident, in which the Prost of Luciano Burti flying through the air landing on top of the Ferrari of Michael Schumacher. Instead his brother Ralf won with great authority.

    2002: Following the overwhelming dominance of Ferrari, the local hero Michael Schumacher gets a comfortable victory ahead of Williams-BMW duo of Montoya-R. Schumacher, while McLaren-Mercedes disappointed at home.

    2003: The Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya does a Hat-Trick (Victoria-Pole-V. Fast) on German soil ahead of the McLaren of David Coulthard and Renault's Jarno Trulli and Fernando Alonso our compatriot.

    2004: Third win in his country of the "Kaiser" Michael Schumacher, but the excitement in the race put the formidable duel that fought the British BAR-Honda's Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso English Renault finally had to surrender to the greatest power in the Anglo-Japanese car.

    2005: Fernando Alonso and Renault win the German Grand Prix and increasingly stressed in the championship of Formula One drivers leaving The English took advantage of Kimi Raikkonen in the lead from lap 35, when his McLaren saw a breakdown. At the podium, with Alonso went the other McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya and Jenson Button. Michael Schumacher finished fifth which was ahead late in the race for Giancarlo Fisichella was fourth. Alonso, with that sixth win, totaled 87 points in the qualification, 36 points more than Kimi Raikkonen second in the standings.

    2006: Michael Schumacher won the Grand Prix with great authority and Ferrari completed a superb overall performance to position his second driver, Felipe Massa, in the second step of the podium. The third place trophy went to the windows of Kimi Raikkonen. The excitement in the championship up to the stars with a Fernando Alonso could not go beyond fifth place and that protected by the actions of his team-mate Fisichella who stood behind him. The fourth place went to Jenson Button in a Honda something better.

    2007: not played this year the German Grand Prix. Instead, the European Grand Prix was held at the Nurburgring and this is the only test that was played German lands.

    2008: Lewis Hamilton Hockenheim was leaving as leader of the drivers' championship, after winning with authority the German Grand Prix. It was not easy for the British, and not for lack of pace, but a strategic mistake by McLaren that Hamilton did not use the Safety Car on track to refuel for the second and final time, unlike their more direct rivals.
    Finally, thanks to a spectacular comeback, the young British indemnified tactical error and scored a resounding victory that places him in front of the drivers' championship, breaking the three-way tie to be held with the Ferrari drivers.

    2009: The Australian Mark Webber, Red Bull-Renault, won this day the German Grand Prix Formula One 2009, with great authority by registering a time of 1:36:43 hours.
    australino The driver, took a big way yesterday having achieved pole position and held sway over the 60 laps of the Nurburgring circuit Teutonic, which has a distance of 4.57 miles, to achieve the first time in his career a World Cup win in the top flight.

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Friday, July 16, 2010

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    The key to driving a Formula 1 is a technological marvel that allows the pilot to a series of complex operations during the race and reports on different variants of the car.
    The steering wheel is the primary part that connects the driver with his car . Besides its obvious goal of leading the direction of the car, the 'wheel' is a much more complex and highly technical piece for equipment, because it gives the driver a lot of information necessary for state control of the car.

    is also used to perform as quickly as possible settings for various track conditions. How do you make? How much? What the pilot can get to him? For all we have answers ... and curiosities.

    When it comes to this sport, it's easy to hear comments about the little room for maneuver that a pilot to advance, to get good times to be at the expense simply "good" that is the car. However, there is to know that there is a steady and immediate data from cars to computers in boxes that allow engineers to control the situation of the car.

    Therefore, the person is the key. The pilot is the key. His wisdom, competitiveness and quality is the set of features that should be handled personally to actually change anything immediately. And this will depend to a greater extent, scratching tenths or otherwise attack at the right time. Once the car on the track, the pilot is one who is facing the asphalt jungle. And thanks to the steering wheel, drivers not only drive the car on the curves: they know almost instantly.

    few years ago, the rules allowed two-way telemetry, communication with engineers stationed in the pits, which allowed that could send data from the garage to the car. For example, variations and mixtures in the configuration when the track went from dry to wet.

    Subsequently, these communications were withdrawn for reasons of cost, so that the FIA \u200b\u200bsimply too much of these advances in communication So now the driver is 'thinking and acting head' on the changes when the car is not is in the pits.

    Like most parties the car, the main body of the wheel is made of carbon fiber. Small buttons and levers can be done in Alcantara, a versatile composite material with 68% polyester and 32% polyurethane. Can also be made of rubber, depending on the preference of l driver.

    The position of the different switches is also involved, for the most part, the pilot, as this piece was developed with the most preferences and advice from their end users. Everything as far as possible and trying to reduce but, space and cost.
    In the Grand Prix, every driver has a minimum of three leaflets available ready for use so there is always a spare in case you skip any failure or accident damage. This piece is very carefully by the team leaders, and that also takes care to show them just what the flyers to their competitors. Therefore, it is designed and manufactured in-house team.

    Thus, it is an item that is not distributed by a second brand, such as tires. If anything, the only part that comes out is the screen, which is attached to the electronic assembly of the rest of the car. Thus you can see electronic displays in them, something that all teams are required to use.

    The display can be integrated into the steering wheel module itself, as does Mercedes, or mounted on the edges of the cockpit (cockpit with its limitations of the driver in the car).

    Actually, the final cost of the entire development of this component is not known exactly. As they say from Mercedes, "it is somewhat difficult to answer, like many other parts of the car."
    But there has always been curious and fascinated by this element as a camera 'on board' part shows the steering wheel. To be made to measure, you can simply buy one in a 'general'. But if you had to label it as a curiosity with a figure Mercedes calculated on the £ 20,000 pounds. You can also talk about some 30,000 euros per unit.
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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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    The 1961 tournament would stay in the memory of all not only for its winner Phil Hill, if not also for the misfortune of von Trips at Monza.

    The 60's had begun with the Anglo-Saxon dominance, but Ferrari wanted react as early as 1961. They got it: The Model 156 with a nose that had him nicknamed "the shark" and a new 6-cylinder engine in V which was adapted to the new regulation 1.5-liter, came as a surprise to all the British teams had to leave with their old four-cylinder engines while waiting for the Coventry-Climax biker conclude the development of a new more powerful V8.

    Pilots official Ferrari team, Von Trips, Phil Hill and Richie Ginther normally dominated world, especially the first two pilots who were successes in the Netherlands, Belgium, Britain and Italy. Moss won his last two victories in Monaco and Nurburgring but the title race was relegated to the two main drivers of the Italian team after Giancarlo Baghetti Reims made history in winning the French Grand Prix driving a private Ferrari its first participation in the F-1.

    At Monza, the Italians did everything they could celebrate the victory announced by Ferrari. After marking the "scuderia" the four best times in training, the organizers, with arbitrary sovereign became a regular grid of rows of three and two cars alternately, in a two by two as at present, all to ward off their rivals from other teams over backwards from the front lines output. In the path with banked ramps which happened to be the fastest in the world, the cars circulate very close to each other, taking advantage of the slipstream with the consequent danger.

    At the start, Phil Hill was done with the remote while Von Trips, who had pole position, lost a few places lagging behind in the middle of the pack. Before completing the first round and get to the braking of the curve "dish", the Ferrari of German nobleman played with Jim Clark's Lotus to be thrown into the stands side, finding the death, he as well as 14 spectators.

    incredible as it may seem today day, the race continued its course to the end and just when American Phil Hill and crossed the finish on the podium as a winner and a new world champion, he realized that something serious had happened. Von Trips could have been the first German world champion but it was his failure to pay with life, just as they would other long before the first success Teutonic Michael Schumacher in 1994.

    security measures in the circuits evolved very slowly and many fatal accidents like this, were still seen as "inevitable misfortunes." WORLD


    1 º P. HILL (USA / Ferrari) 34 pts.

    2 º W. VON TRIPS (GER / Ferrari) 33 pts.

    3 º S. MOSS (GBR / LOTUS-CLIMAX) 21 pts.

    4 º D. GURNEY (USA / PORSCHE) 21 pts.

    5 º R. Ginther (USA / Ferrari) 16 pts.


    FERRARI 1, 40 pts.

    2 º LOTUS-CLIMAX 32 pts.

    22 pts 3 º PORCH.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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    dyed red numbers it all started supreme

    are part of the identity of both cars, and pilots. As assigned? What are the most famous? All about the numbers of NASCAR.

    The number of points a driver can win a title, the number of team members allowed behind the wall, the number of seconds a car is on pit road.
    spin numbers to racing, but the number that everyone knows - that unites the prospect with a driver - is the number in the car.

    Since NASCAR began in 1948, the numbers assigned to the drivers and team owners have always been unique, individual stories behind each of them. As a kind of fingerprint, the numbers keep their own history.

    For example, the story behind No. 8 will be told for years. Apparently the biggest story in racing history happened last year when Dale Earnhardt Jr. told he would not take the No. 8 Dale Earnhardt Inc. with him at his new job at Hendrick Motorsports.

    For Earnhardt, the No. 8 had sentimental value. That was the number his father and his grandfather used when they began their careers in motorsports.
    The fans were on the edge of their seats waiting to see what would happen to the popular number or whether or not Earnhardt retain fingerprint in NASCAR.
    No such luck, but found another, still attached to tradition, when Robert Yates Racing struck a deal with Rick Hendrick for the No. 88. NASCAR

    usually not involved in arrangements that have to do when a team wants another number, but it allows the brackets to keep their numbers from previous years. And sometimes, if a team wants the number of another, NASCAR allowed the arrangement between them.
    But at the end of the day, NASCAR owns the numbers of teams.
    "People value very much like a number and it all depends on what your situation. Always seemed to work well," said Jim Hunter, vice president of communications for NASCAR.
    That was the fate of No. 8, but what about the origins of the dozens other numbers circling the track.

    Well, some numbers naturally progressed from 01 to 99 provided by NASCAR. Others requested special numbers for sentimental value or some simply refused to deliver the number with which they arrived.
    According to NASCAR historian Buzz McKim, many of the early numbers were brought by NASCAR drivers competing in different categories prior to NASCAR, before this was founded in 1948.

    Red Byron, who won the first NASCAR race, controlled by the February 15, 1949 in Daytona Beach circuit, carrying with him the No. 22.

    Examples like this abound in the category, but as it appeared the fewest victories in the history is especially interesting. But first, one must know the story behind the numbers that preceded the famous 43, which achieved 200 victories.
    The number 42, driven by Lee Petty in 1949 and early 60s, began a string of numbers 42 to 45, that will mark forever the legacy of Petty Enterprises.
    When Lee Petty ran his first race, drivers raced with cars driving to the track, then Plymouth. Were cars line up with tuition, which gave rise to the number of Petty.

    The car registration beginning with 4 and ended with a 2. Thus was born the No. 42, a number that would win 54 races.

    And at No. 43 more than doubled that figure with his son, Richard Petty.

    In 1959 Petty drove the No. 43 for the first time at Daytona and he won on 192 occasions, six were with No. 41 and two with the No. 42 according to the team representative David Hovis.

    The No. 43, now driven by Bobby Labonte for Petty Enterprises, will always be a part of Richard Petty, as his cowboy hat and sunglasses.
    "Winning is the largest number in the history of NASCAR and always will be Petty Enterprises Richard Petty said. "We have used between numbers 42 and 45, but more than anything, that represents the fact that the races are a family business for Petty. We have four generations of NASCAR drivers in the family. From father to son have continued that progression of numbers.
    Then why his son Kyle did not take the famous No. 43 of his father?

    When Richard Petty stopped running in 1992, Kyle Petty was running for another team. Petty Enterprises not even used the No. 43 in 1993. So the team chose the number again in 1994 to John Andretti and Wally Dallenbach. Then Bobby Hamilton took the win in a couple opportunities in '96 and '97. When Kyle returned to Petty Enterprises jumped to No. 44 and continued progression, now continued to include the current No. 45, as Hovis. Other competitors colleagues
    Richard Petty took their numbers in a more picturesque. In 1966, Buddy Baker drove the No. 00 Dodge sponsored by a politician named Hooker, who was running for governor in Tennessee. The "00" was part of "Hooker" that decorated the sides of the car.

    Oil companies have had their numbers as symbols.
    Sunoco sponsored the No. 94 Cup team of Billy Hagan, as it was a fuel octane Sunoco; entre1989 and 1992 with Sterling Marlin and Terry Labonte behind the wheel. 66 Phillips Petroleum Co. sponsored the team of Cale Yarborough from 1990 to 1992 using the No. 66.

    makers of the popular card game "UNO" sponsored by Team Hoss Ellington in the early 80s using the number 1.

    When 7-11 stores sponsored Kyle Petty in the order of the Wood Brothers team from 1983-86, broke the tradition and used the number 7 instead of No. 21.

    The No. 3 will be linked forever with Dale Earnhardt.Muchas times the original number of the car was linked to the main sponsor of the car.
    was not the case of No. 3, NASCAR's most famous number.
    Some say the owner Richard Childress, who paid annually to the category to maintain its rights on the issue, chose the No. 3 because it was easier to paint on the car. In the late '70s, cars were not very successful adhesive decorations.
    But McKim said that Childress admired the legendary driver Junior Johnson, who raced with that number at the beginning of the 60s.

    "He asked NASCAR if that number is available, we wanted" said McKim.
    Childress ran with the No. 3 of 1976 to 1981, Earnhardt used it in the last 10 in 1981 while Ricky Rudd raced for RCR between 1982 and 1983. Earnhardt returned to the car in 1984 until 2001. He was killed in an accident at the Daytona 500 that year.

    That was the last time the infamous No. 3 ran on the track and will surely be remembered that way. Earnhardt won six of his seven championships driving the No. 3 Chevrolet for RCR, immortalizing that number in the hearts of fans forever.
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Monday, July 12, 2010

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    chronic the beginnings of motor racing.

    To find the first motor car racing, it is clear that the first car powered by an internal combustion engine is attributed to Siegfried Marcus in 1875; although in 1770 Joseph Cugnot created a steam engine car. Then Karl Benz, in late 1885 (although it was actually a motor tricycle) popularized and promoted the development of the automobile. In 1891, Levassor, in collaboration with Panhard, created a car engine developed by Gottlieb Daimler Otto and August, with many components of what we know now, was a V2 (two cylinders in V).

    The rapid development of the cars during the last decade of the nineteenth century literally forced into play which of these cars was faster, or simply the desire of humankind to know who was the best. In France the idea of \u200b\u200bcreating a car race, which would be the prelude to the sports empire that would make this day.

    The July 22, 1894 21 men were placed in the output of the first car race in history (following a call from the newspaper Le Petit Journal). The cars, not pulled by horses, safe, maneuverable and economic as required by the regulations. The challenge, to cover the 126 kilometers between the French capital Paris, Rouen. 10 of the 17 cars that led the trial that lasted more than 6 hours were powered by gasoline, but the winner was a steam engine: The Marquis De Dion and Georges Bouton mechanical signed their names as the first winners, with an average speed of about 19 km / h, even after they were disqualified for unexplained reasons.

    This takes nothing away from the new competition, by contrast, was the center of the comments from the public. The success of the race forced organizers to repeat the course the following year.
    In 1895 he runs the Paris-Bordeaux-Paris, having won by Emile Levassor after traveling 1178 miles, but was again disqualified the same way as the first winner.

    run in Italy's Turin-Asti-Torino, the first run in those lands, which he won by a Daimler. During these years he became popular races that linked cities, with the main motor sport in France. Paradoxically Levassor in 1896 lost their lives in the Paris-Marseille-Paris, which was won by his collaborator Panhard.

    In December 1898, records the first official time a car made by: Chaseloup-Laubat in electric propulsion Jeantaud slightly over 100 km / h in a speed test to skiing. In 1899 Camille Jenatzy in electric too Jamais Contente bat for the first time in history a record speed record at 105.84 km / h.

    In 1900, he performed in France (Lyon) the first International Championship of Motorsports, called Gordon Bennett Cup, which took 5 riders from four different countries. The first winner was a French Panhard. This tournament lasted until 1906, where they begin to dispute the races known as Grand Prix where he appeared as well-known brands Renault, Fiat and Mercedes-Benz. The powers begin to professionalize and manufacturers are already racing in a publicity stunt.

    On 27 June 1906 ran the first Grand Prix was held from Le Mans, La Ferte-Bernard and Saint Calais. The cars in two days had to go 12 rounds 1238 km giving a triangular course of 104 km. The Hungarian Ferenc Szisz, on board a Renault was the winner with a time of 12 hours and 15 minutes sacándoles at least 32 minutes ahead of the 17 drivers (of 32) who completed the race. The domain of the Hungarian was such that after the third round and led the race.

    By 1907 the progress of the racing was unstoppable. The advantages advertising to win a race was impressive. Soon rallies also be made short, medium and long range.
    The first rally-raid was in 1906: Paris-Beijing and the winner was Prince Scipio Borghese with the Italian journalist Luigi Barzini after more than two months of competition. England could not be left behind, and in 1907 at Brooklands is built the first road course of history (an oval track banked corners).

    The 12 February 1908 began the first intercontinental auto race (New York-Paris). Involving six cars The winner was American Thomas Flyer, which arrived in Paris on July 30, 1908, after traveling 21,470 miles in 169 days.
    America subsequently become auto power shortly afterwards, when in 1909 he built the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway (of 4023 meters long), disputing the first version of the 500 in 1911 giving the winner a Harrou Ray Marmon Wasp 6 cylinder to an average of 120 km / h.

    Over the years the powers grew, the present refinement, the pilots were becoming more professional. In the years of pre-war emerged legendary men, the legendary race and the whole atmosphere that would lead to the current powers. But we must always bear in mind the beginning, the desire of man to compete with an element made by himself: the automobile.

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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

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    British Grand Prix and Speed \u200b\u200b

    We know the history of one of the most famous grand prix calendar maximum. Memorable racing scene, Silverstone is synonymous with speed and excitement.

    Although in 1926 and 1927 were held at the Brooklands circuit in two runs Grand Prize vehicles and from 1935 to 1938 he ran at Donington-Park other cars designed to F-1 and those taking part the best riders from him time, they all played under the name of the RAC (Royal Aumotobile Club .) After the Second World War, they decided to join finally the current register your race on the calendar of the FIA \u200b\u200band thus in 1948 was held on a circuit built on the military airfield Silverstone I first Grand Prix.

    Italian winner was Luigi Villoresi in a Maserati at the wheel while driving a car like the Swiss Graffenriend Emmanuel won the 1949 edition. That same year, approved the creation of a World Drivers Championship for 1950 and the Grand Prix of England was chosen as the opener.

    1950: Saturday May 13, 1950, Silverstone circuit. In the presence of Her Majesty the Queen of England, 21 cars - in most cases built before the war, taking part in the 1 º GP scoring history. Alfa-Romeo team is the most gifted mechanically and dominate the Grand Prix with Giuseppe "Nino" Farina as the winner, second and Luigi Fagioli British driver Reg Parnell invited third party.

    1951: What's been announced as a possibility becomes a reality, get beat Ferrari monopoly Alfa-Romeo team. The Silverstone circuit was the scene of the first victory in a Ferrari F-1 and Froilan Gonzalez the man who made it. Thereafter, the date of July 14, 1951 became legendary.

    1952: Despite the massive turnout of cars and British pilots, Alberto Ascari continues its winning streak to the end of the year to be crowned world champion.

    1953: After being defeated in the Grand Prix de France, Alberto Ascari continued its winning streak to win its second road twisted world.

    1954: Having made his debut two weeks before in Reims, the Mercedes-Benz were the favorites to win conquest. However, Froilan Gonzalez broke the forecasts achieved an impressive victory ahead of teammate Hawthorn, Onofre Marimon Maserati and Mercedes of Fangio. Also be noted that because the timers of the time did not mediate the thousandths of a second, no less than seven pilots scored the fastest lap with a time of 1'50. Today it would be easy to know who was the fastest but it is one of the unsolved mysteries of the F-1

    1955: It runs on a circuit built inside the famous Aintree Racecourse. Stirling Moss claimed his first Grand Prix victory since Juan Manuel Fangio was unwilling or unable to overcome in the finishing straight. That will always be a mystery.

    1956: Although Ferrari Lancia material was donated by the most competitive team, Juan Manuel Fangio won only after Mike Hawthorn (BRM) and Stirling Moss (Maserati) had to leave. Peter Collins at the wheel of the car of English Alfonso de Portago finished second having to share the points with the English driver

    1957: Tony Vanderwell sees his dream of defeating a car British Italian teams that had hitherto dominated all GP After suffering an accident in the 24 Hours of Le Mans Tony Brooks gave the wheel of his car to his compatriot Stirling Moss who was in charge of carrying a target after it produjese cessation of Jean Behra Maserati without doubt the moral winner of this test.

    1958: Peter Collins who wins dominating from start to finish ahead of Ferrari teammate Mike Hawthorn and the Cooper-Climax of Roy Salvadori and completing the second full British pilots in F-1. Unfortunately, the young winner pass away two weeks later during the dispute German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring.

    1959: The Australian Jack Brabham achieved a brilliant victory at Aintree to be set up as a leading contender to conquer a world title at the start of the season that was not considered much less favorite. Moss and McLaren went into goal separated by only a few tenths in the fight for second place.

    1960: What a disappointment when the British took six laps to go Graham Hill went off the track, leaving the victory on a plate to Jack Brabham who thus repeated victory. Surtees with second place and Ireland in the third consolation on the subjects of His Gracious Majesty.

    1961: last run on the Aintree Racecourse, on a rainy day. But the formidable shark nose Ferrari 156 took a clean sweep of top three with Wolfgang von Trips in front of his teammates Phil Hill and Ritchie Ginther.

    1962: Piloting the formidable Lotus 25, Scotsman Jim Clark achieved his first Hart Trick ", having achieved the" Pole-Position ", providing the fastest race lap and also getting a flawless victory dominating the whole test .

    1963: Repeat of last year with Jim Clark (Lotus-Climax) in dominating plan ahead of their compatriots John Surtees (Ferrari) and Graham Hill (BRM)

    1964: Brands Hatch runs, but Jim Clark did not notice the change of scenery and re-master the training, you get the fastest lap and who wins. Again, his countrymen Hill and Surtees accompanying the podium but this time with BRM in place of honor

    1965: Jim Clark to earn his fourth straight victory at the British Grand Prix and dominate like the previous at all times but this time escaped the fastest lap was for Graham Hill who along with John Surtees was back on the podium for the third year

    1966: Piloting one of the cars built by the same, the veteran Australian breaks Jack Brabham Jim Clark winning streak, clinching the victory with great comfort. His teammate Denny Hulme team completed the double Brabham-Repco.

    1967: The Scotsman Jim Clark returns to the load being imposed for the fifth time in the British Grand Prix, something that was a record-time, but this time had to battle a great time with Graham Hill to abandonment of this

    1968: After dropping out of the Lotus official who dominated Oliver Hill the opening bars of the Grand Prize, the mustachioed Swiss Jo Siffert won a tremendous victory piloting the private Lotus Rob Walker after waging a fierce battle with the Ferrari of Chris Amon

    1969: Jackie Stewart (Matra-Ford) and Jochen Rindt (Lotus-Ford) dazzled the British public with a fierce battle that ended with the pit stop of the Austrian and the subsequent victory of the Scottish Matra team.

    1970: As almost a repeat of the Monaco Grand Prix, Jochen Rindt snatches victory at Jack Brabham on the last lap after running out of petrol, the veteran Australian.

    1971: Clay Regazzoni, Jackie Stewart mirror the same time of testing, but the Swiss has won the "Pole" for having achieved before. In the race Stewart snatched the lead from Clay in the third round and imposing the March of Ronnie Peterson and Emerson Fittipaldi's Lotus.

    1972: The young carioca Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus team gained a creditable victory for the principle of race fought Jacky Ickx (Ferrari) to snatch the lead and following the abandonment of this against Jackie Stewart (Tyrrell-Ford) to defend it, which succeeded.

    1973: No fewer than 12 cars - nine of which were eliminated, were involved in an accident caused by the fiery South African Jody Scheckter in the second round. Italian Andrea de Adamich was worse off when it breaks both legs. On resumption, the American Peter Revson (McLaren-Ford) scored a creditable victory in front of Peterson (Lotus-Ford) and McLaren teammate Denny Hulme.

    1974: Niki Lauda dominated the comfort test until a few laps a flat tire being overcome by Jody Scheckter which thereby gained an unexpected victory. Confident of being able to defend second place Lauda delayed his pit stop until the beginning of the last lap gave his flat tire and was forced to stop failing return to track as the pit exit had already been invaded by spectators and cars. Ferrari filed a complaint and the Austrian was ranked fifth.

    1975: Heavy rain that fell at Silverstone test made the stop on lap 56 of the 67 planned. Club Becketss curves and Bend were flooded with over a foot of water and there were several cars stacked and many others scattered elsewhere in the circuit. Emerson Fittipaldi survived the sinking of clinching the 14th and final victory of his palm.

    1976: At the start, the Ferraris of Lauda and Regazzoni were hooked and Hunt, Laffite, Amon, Stuck Pace Edwards and they became involved in the collision. Laffite, Regazzoni and even the winner James Hunt would be disqualified for going out with the spare car because the commissioners had ordered his expulsion. The matter passed into the hands of F.IA. late September and was ratified in disqualification from the British driver. Thus, Niki Lauda won a controversial victory.

    1977: Irish John Watson dominated from the start but the engine Alfa Romeo Brabham driving his breaks just before it was passed by Britain's James Hunt who thus are indemnified for the loss in offices last year.

    1978: After the abandonment of the favorites - The Lotus Andretti and Peterson, Niki Lauda (Brabham-Alfa-Romeo) appears headed to victory, but the Argentine Carlos Reutemann's Ferrari overtook him and took Austria's indecision to bend to Mclaren Bruno Giacomelli to overtake and win the victory.

    1979: Piloting the Williams FW07, the Australian Alan Jones thunders into the record at Silverstone during practice sessions. Australian race would not be so fortunate, having to leave mid-career and leaving the veteran Clay Regazzoni would achieve the first victory by a Williams F-1.

    1980: The Ligier Jacques Laffite and Didier Pironi went alternated in the lead but because they both suffered punctures served on a plate triumph Alan Jones.

    1981: The first victory seemed assured a turbo engine, as Ferrari Renault and permeating the first two lines of the grid. In the third round Gilles Villeneuve gun chaos after an off in the past that led to Andrea de Cesaris and Alan Jones. After they left the Brabham Piquet, Prost and Renault's Pironi's Ferrari with only his head was in the Renault driven by René Arnoux. However, this suffered turbo problems being overcome by the Irish-Ford Mclaren John Watson who won a victory that was immensely happy with the British.

    1982: Having returned to the F-1 earlier in the season, Niki Lauda won a sovereign victory by beating England in a move of myocardial Nelson Piquet Brabham. Highlight the impressive performance of Britain's Derek Warwick modest driving a Toleman Hart came to shoot the second before leaving.

    1983: Arrives at last the first victory by a turbo engine in the British Grand Prix in the hands of Frenchman Alain Prost (Renault) that preceded the target components of the clan also turbo Nelson Piquet (Brabham-BMW) and Patrick Tambay (Ferrari).

    1984: At the start of the race there is a spectacular accident in which are embedded several cars but all are off the track and the race continued until lap 10 º is stopped to be the car of Jonathan Palmer in the middle of the track in another accident without consequences. After the break Niki Lauda gets his third victory on British soil and as in the previous two always in the Brands Hatch circuit. The local hero Derek Warwick (Renault-Turbo) and the young emerging talent Ayrton Senna (Toleman-Hart-Turbo) accompanied him on the podium.

    1985: In a nondescript career, Alain Prost (McLaren-Porsche) dominated from start to finish on Alboreto Michele Ferrari (Ferrari) and veteran Ligier-Renault Jacques Laffite.

    1986: A multiple accident at the exit ends the career of Frenchman Jacques Laffite that day equaled the stakes record in GP with Graham Hill. After the break the British number present in the stands vibrated with formidable duel that pitted the local hero Nigel Mansell Nelson Piquet in Rio and ended with British victory after a dramatic exit from the pits. This was the last time the British Grand Prix was held at Brands Hatch.

    1987: Again, the same players faced another fratricidal duel for victory, for the second consecutive year, went to local hero Nigel Mansell overtook his partner / rival Nelson Piquet, with a maneuver to be forever in the retina of the saw.

    1988: It rains heavily on Silverstone and "Rain King" Ayrton Senna has no problem bending to claim victory even his partner / rival Alain Prost little wet circuits prone to such shame that he decided to leave. Phenomenal second place with Nigel Mansell Williams powered problematic aspirated Judd engine and the young Alessandro Naninni (Benetton), which rose for the first time on the podium.

    1989: After watching Ayrton Senna makes a slip in the first race Alain Prost achieved his third victory on British soil ahead of Nigel Mansell's Ferrari and Benetton of Alessandro Nannini. This race will be remembered also for the sixth-place finish by the English Luis Perez-Sala, thereby saving the Minardi team from falling into the prequalification.

    1990: Piloting now for the Ferrari team, Frenchman Alain Prost to earn his fourth victory at the British GP - Silverstone always-on-Renault Wiliam Thierry Boutsen and his McLaren-Honda rival Ayrton Senna.

    1991: After having repented on his decision to leave the competition and signed with Williams, Nigel Mansell achieved the third victory in his country dominated from start to finish in qualifying and the race.

    1992: Fourth victory for Nigel Mansell in Britain and this time his partner Ricardo Patrese took a double victory to the team of Frank Williams. Highlight the F-1 debut in Britain's Damon Hill - son of the late Graham, driving a Brabham-Judd with a helmet similar to that carried his idolized father.

    1993: When it appeared that Damon Hill (Williams-Renault) was to achieve victory, his engine refused. Thus his team leader Alain Prost won his fifth victory in the British GP ahead of team drivers Michael Schuamcher Benetton-Ford and Riccardo Patrese.

    1994: Damon Hill accomplished what his ill-fated father Graham never won no victory in a British GP. But the race was not without controversy as Michael Schumacher did not stop three laps later it was imposed a penalty. Thus he exposed the black flag that was due not being disqualified from second place he had accomplished.

    1995: Again the tension and controversy splashed the British GP. Damon Hill and Michael Schumacher are engaged in a dangerous maneuver performed by the German and the struggle for victory lies in the hands of their squires. Ten laps from the conclusion Coulthard (Williams) exceeds Herbert (Benetton) but receives notification that you must make a pit-stop for exceeding the statutory speed in the pits. Johnny Herbert thereby achieves the 1 st victory of his career.

    1996: The struggle for the world title that year faced the two pilots of Williams-Renault. Nervous after having made a very bad start, Damon Hill gets stuck in the sand and his partner / rival Jacques Villeneuve's triumph in the "Battle of Britain."
    1997: It ranks as the head of Williams-Renault team, Canadian Jacques Villeneuve repeat victory, this time ahead of Jean Alesi Benetton drivers Alex Wurz and that has replaced the injured Gerhard Berger for a couple of races coming up first time at a podium.

    1998: On this occasion the winner did not receive the checkered checkered flag following the gaps because the rules say Michael Schumacher pit stop serving a penalty at the end of the last lap and thus had passed the line as the victor.
    1999: At the traffic lights turned off, Schumacher tries to beat his teammate Irvine but the direction of his Ferrari shin splints and is embedded at high speed into protective tires installed on the curve Stowe broke his leg. David Coulthard takes the absence of his rival to claim victory ahead of Irvine and the younger Schumacher brother, Ralf.

    2000: David Coulthard (McLaren-Mercedes) repeats the previous year's victory ahead of teammate and team leader theoretical Mika Hakkinen and Michael Schumacher (Ferrari) fully recovered from the accident last year and that final Year will be crowned champion.

    2001: Mika Hakkinen breaks his run of results this season, making the victory at Silverstone in what would be his last season in F.1. After the Finnish McLaren were classified Ferrari's Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello could not successfully hold the 50 th anniversary of the 1 st victory of a Ferrari F-1.

    2002: In a close race in the rain Michael Schumacher achieved his second victory in England and the 60 th of his palm after waging a fierce battle with Montoya at the first stage of the race. Barrichello then passed to the Colombian achieving a double victory for Ferrari.

    2003: Rubens Barrichello claimed his first victory on British soil in addition to achieving the "Pole-positron" and the fastest lap in a race in which there was an intruder in the modest Toyota track and led for a few laps because of the chaos unleashed by the mindless individual.

    2004: Michael Schmacher and Ferrari won the British GP, 11 th round of the championship in 2004. For German it was the tenth victory in 11 races. McLaren second and Kimi Raikkonen with Barrichello third with the second Ferrari. Behind these concluded Button, Montoya and Fisichella with Sauber.
    Schumacher who had left in second row after the fourth fastest time on the grid, took the lead as the race after the first pit-stop on lap 14. For Schumacher, at Silverstone victory meant the number 80 of his career in F1.
    The race saw a dramatic moment when Jarno Trulli lost against his Renault because of a broken suspension while negotiating the curve "Bridge." Fortunately the driver suffered no damage despite strong relevance choc resulting from the impact of the car in that circular area about 250 km / h. The pilot was taken to the medical center for routine health checks but was not resentful.

    2005: Juan Pablo Montoya won aboard his McLaren's British Grand Prix putting behind championship leader Fernando Alonso and teammate Kimi Raikkonen. Fisichella was fourth ahead of Button, Michael Schumacher Rubens Barrichello sixth and seventh.
    The curiosity of the race was on the run when a Scottish journalist, turned to the circuit naked with body painted with decorations and ornaments of ancient Scotland to honor a lost bet.

    2006: A Grand Prix Fernando Alonso dominated from the start. The English champions had got the pole position and from that place of privilege led operations throughout the race. In second place Michael Schumacher finished one who knew how to get the most out of his car and get over to Kimi Raikkonen in the final pit stop to limit the advantage that Alonso was going to take this race for the championship. Raikkonen eventually finished third as he could defend his podium place from the attacks of a triggered Fisichella who saw the checkered flag in fourth position.

    2007: In the middle of Hamilton-mania "edition of the British Grand Prix 2007 was assumed as an all-out battle between the two cars from McLaren and the two Ferraris of Massa and Raikkonen. Things were not going to be very different from these predictions. The qualifying session placed before a public exalted local, the "new boy wonder of F1" in the pole position. Secondly, with sharp claws, which exceeded by Kimi Raikkonen Fernando Alonso few thousandths to turn away to Felipe Massa in 118 milliseconds and left him in fourth place.
    So, on Sunday we were a grid that looked like the favorite team of weather interspersed their cars in the first two lines in front of traffic lights. Felipe Massa was the first off the poker of candidates to anchor his engine on the grid and have to take the final exit from the pits. At the start, Hamilton resisted the onslaught of Raikkonen until the first pit stop was maintained leading the race to the delight of the subjects of his Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. However, the local hero had charged too little fuel to secure the pole on Saturday and this was a serious handicap for the race. Thus, both Alonso and Raikkonen had overcome when they proceeded to refuel.
    Alonso went on to dominate the middle section of the race, but as before happened to Hamilton after the second and final stop for fuel, the Finn's Ferrari asserted his best race pace and, after much delay his arrest, he returned to the track in first place with a comfortable lead over Alonso was able to maintain and increase until the end of the race. Mention
    requires action beyond the other Ferrari after starting from the last position, carried out a furious comeback that earned him a fifth place finish after a race full of overtaking and claw.

    2008: Lewis Hamilton championship impueso masterfully all his rivals in the Grand Prix of Great Britain, 2008, held at the Silverstone circuit. Hamilton, from his fourth place at the start of the grid, reached at the exit to his teammate, Heikki Kovalainen, and embarked on an intense struggle for the leading position in the opening laps.
    wet asphalt and a judicious choice of strategy were Hamilton allies, he did not commit a single mistake throughout the race and managed to shoot in rhythm unreachable until you cross the finish line.

    2009: Sebastian Vettel has won the Grand Prix of Great Britain Formula 1 2009, Mark Webber was second, getting a double for Red Bull, for the second time this season, Rubens Barrichello with Brawn has completed podium.

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