Link to the thread here: https://www.lfs.net/forum/post/1372520#post1372520
They're congratulating him on being signed as a Williams F1 test driver. Some guy shows up saying how he raced Bottas in a lower category back in 2008.
I'm a design judge for FSAE... it took me a while to figure out which sub I was in.
I judged Munich's car in Michigan last week. No pictures can do these vehicles justice. They are true engineering marvels.
Here's a shared photo album that people have been contributing to from last week's competition. You'll be able to see a ton of detail in the builds.
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He used to play live for speed. Here's a forum thread from 2010 where he' getting congratulated on signing a f1 contract. Bottas pops up on the third page...
>Thanks all for congratulating me!
>I played LFS for fun many years but unfortunately last 2 of my racing seasons has been so busy that I have not have time really to play.. but I'm sure I will play sometimes still in the future as LFS is a really fun game and you get really tight nice races online
>Have a nice races and maybe we see online some day!
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Yes it is a green screen. But during qualifying they are in a completely computer generated studio build in Unreal Engine.
You can buy scented fuel additive in a variety of fragrances. I wouldn’t recommend using it but we tried this on a old engine and yes it works. The smell lingers for ages even after adding new fuel without the additive.
Allstar ALL78126 Grape Fuel Fragrance https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007ZQS28Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_hWZQCbVPGGMDS
Hülkenberg to drive for Perez
Nico Hülkenberg is on the verge of a lightning comeback in Formula 1. 32-year-old Nico Hülkenberg has confirmed to RTL that he will enter the racing point cockpit for Sergio Perez, who is infected with the corona virus, at the British GP in Silverstone if he himself tests negative for Covid-19. The test result is still pending.
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Could be. I've read somewhere that Häkkinen was the only driver whose criticism Schumi listened
>There appears even to be a curious competitive bond between them. After this year's Belgian grand prix, where Schumacher squeezed his rival on to the edge of the circuit at 190mph as they battled for the lead, the Ferrari driver listened intently as Hakkinen gently chided him immediately after the race. It was almost as if Hakkinen was the only man whose criticism meant anything to him.
unrelated but I remember reading a forum post for another simulator game discussing this one user who was faster than everyone - turns out it was Bottas. He then ends up commenting and thanking everyone for congratulating him on getting an f1 contract
edit: found the thread
Valtteri responds on page 3
The engine power, in 2019 is not the problem for Red Bull. The Japaanse Honda engine, located in the back of the Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly cars, has managed to hold its own for the time being. Whereas Helmut Marko's statements about the lead over Renault appear to be less exaggerated, the Red Bull consultant comes up with even more good news: in Baku the new engine will be waiting for them.
A remarkable statement from Marko in China, since Marko previously thought that a combination of chassis and engine upgrades would only be put on the RB15 in Monaco: Already one race later than initially planned. Red Bull wanted to have the 'new' version of the RB15 on the track in Barcelona.
Honda, on the other hand, doesn't have to wait to see what Red Bull's aerodynamics department does and has apparently found more speed in a shorter time. And quite a bit: De Telegraaf announces that it would be twenty more horsepower: that would be equivalent to a sloppy two-tenths of a second gain in time per lap.
The only question is which parts will be replaced in the upgrade: just the combustion engine wouldn't be a problem yet, changing to a new set of all parts in race four would mean being on the verge of grid penalties. Especially since Honda, like in 2018, wants to come up with two major upgrades during the 2019 season.
Hello people! Really excited to announce first pack of Circus Comic WhatsApp Stickers, with illustrations (lots of new ones) for WhatsApp! You can get the set of 24 stickers from the Google Playstore
The stickers are Android-only for the moment but we will be rolling out to other devices soon :-).
If you are a OnePlus user, you will have to make a setting change. Here’s how.
If you have any suggestions about what iconic moments or actions you want to see in the future packs, please leave them below.
And if you like the stickers, do do leave a positive review on the App Store. Cheers :-)
Edit: I hear you guys. iOS soon :-)
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Nice, but i recommend uBlock Origin instead of AdBlock.
Relevant link: https://medium.com/@trybravery/please-stop-using-adblock-but-not-why-you-think-13280e76c8e7
Darker liveries do take in more heat from the sun, but with the amount of airflow going over these cars and the huge amounts of heat produced inside of the car the radiant energy intake through the bodywork should be absolutely negligible.
EDIT: If nobody else does it I'll do some back of the napkin math after dinner.
EDIT 2: https://www.docdroid.net/Ny9UAAg/heat-transfer-f1.pdf#page=2
TLDR: I fucked up the "calculations", heat flow is somehow always more complicated than I anticipate, it doesn't help that I'm 100% self taught on everything I know about it.
Wow thank you so much guys :)
The car is no particular one, just my vision of a good looking F1 should be, simple and clean lines, smooth like the wind hehe
I will make a wallpaper version with ultrasoft's :)
EDIT: Here is the T-shirt and other stuff you can buy on.
According to Mark Hughes they were actually equal in bad starts last year.
>The early season poor starts were technical in nature and not down to driver shortfall in any way. All the subsequent ones were the drivers not getting it right - and that's 2 each. Hamilton at Monza and Suzuka. Rosberg at Hungary and Germany.
Now that's not to say I don't think Rosberg deserved his championship. Although I think Hamilton was the better driver last year, Rosberg was very close. He only needed one or two things to fall his way, and when they did he seized the opportunity admirably well.
BBC Cambridge have tweeted a picture of the incident as it happened fortunately with a mechanic obscuring her, but showing exactly where the pretty sharp edged trailer lip has hit her - on the front of he helmet, possibly where the visor opening is. Not good.
update: they've now posted an audio clip of it happening: audio clip. That's definitely the anti stall kicking in.
Links to the app:
Cevert was interviewed extensively in One By One, also known as The Quick and the Dead (IMDB: https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0071942/), a documentary about the danger associated with Formula 1 in the 1970s. If you haven’t seen it yet, I highly recommend it and it’s available for free on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/Formula-One-Drivers-Quick-Dead/dp/B074XL2484/ref=nodl_
Now it is official: There will be no Formula 1 race at the Hockenheimring this year. However, it is possible that the top class of motorsport will make a stop in Germany in the 2020 season.
This was confirmed by organiser Jorn Teske on Thursday. "We have always tried to find a solution. But we have always stuck to our rule that we must not be left behind at the expense of the race", Teske told the DPA and added: ''We didn't come together in the end''.
Due to the Corona pandemic, the German race circuit was last considered as a replacement candidate for the emergency calendar of Formula 1. However, the prerequisite for this was that this Grand Prix should be held in front of at least a few spectators.
But this is not going to happen. ''With the regulations in Baden-Wuerttemberg this is not feasible'', Teske described. But perhaps Formula 1 will make a stop in Germany in the 2020 season after all.
Not Hockenheim, but Nürburgring?
Sebastian Vettel could give his last home race at the Nürburgring in October in the service of the crisis-ridden Scuderia Ferrari, but the responsible persons of the traditional circuit in the Eifel on Thursday did not want to confirm a corresponding report of the specialist portal Motorsport-Magazin.com.
However, in response to a request from SID, a spokesman at least admitted "talks between Formula 1 and the Nürburgring", which, however, have taken place repeatedly since the last event in 2013: "This year, we spoke to each other again. But there is nothing to report at the moment.
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They took the McLaren out recently for some testing and brought one of their Ferraris along for the ride. Here's an album from the test day. I thought you guys might enjoy.
Thank you, and that is a very interesting question.
I don't like choosing between things I can be. Yes, I specialized in these visualizations, but the artistic life appeals to me as well. Formula 1 is one of my greatest sources of inspiration, and it's just great to combine your interests and skills, because the combination makes for a very fascinating and creative 'adjacent possible'.
Talent is only a small part.. Geniuses aside I think talented people are often just very talented at working hard (if you're interested in the subject check out So Good They Can't Ignore You, written by Cal Newport).
Most people on this sub weren't alive, I was referring to this. After the accident, Mercedes withdrew from all motorsport after the accident for almost 40 years.
Yellow Yellow Yellow: The IndyCar Safety Team
As F1 teams push the limits of technology the advances they make in design and fabrication inevitably make their way into everyday tech. For example: https://www.amazon.com/Medium-Platinum-Silicone-Anal-Butt/dp/B01FXVVY6O
There is a guy that races anonymously in SCORE (think Baja 500, 1000, etc..), and has one of, if not the largest budget. While most guys run fiberglass bodies on their trophy trucks, his is full carbon fiber. He focuses a lot of his attention on philanthropic causes throughout the Baja peninsula.
He goes by Robert Acer, as in R. Acer, Racer. Whenever he is in public he wears a helmet. His Instagram is worth perusing. https://instagram.com/robertacer72/
Here is a promotional video he posted this past June: http://youtu.be/lnaV2trdFac
Real racing drivers can drive any car with a dance pad!
he still have the number 1 hidden in his new helmet design. in the back of the helmet. which it isn't bad. i saw it in a photo still need to look for it.
edit hamilton instagram: https://instagram.com/p/ymMRzJL04u/?modal=true
Its early days yet.
In Ross Brawn's book - and he's a man who knows how to turn a team into championship winners - he insists it takes 3 years to turn a team around.
Year 1 is when you review and assess everything
Year 2 is when you make changes, hiring and firing, the management structure etc
Year 3 is when you should start to see the results.
Zak Brown is currently somewhere between years 1 and 2. He joined McLaren in November 2016 as executive director of McLaren Technology Group (where his influence was limited), but only became "the big boss" in April 2018 when he was made CEO of McLaren Racing. That was less than 6 months ago. Link
He's making some changes to the management structure, some people have left, and some are being recruited. Time will tell if those changes have worked.
I'm not saying Zak Brown will be a success. He might be. Or he might not be.
What I'm saying is it's WAY too early to call him a failure.
It took Jean Todt a good few years to fix Ferrari's structure and hire all the right people, everyone was calling for his head at the start but it turned out quite well in the end...
This is the app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.thijswijnen.f1stickerpack
If you have anything you would like to see (improved) on the app, let me know!
Here's Chilton going through just after Bianchi crashed, he's going much faster according to the app.
Here's the link to the f1 app telemetry video in the main thread.
Download, install. During Practice/Qualifying/Racing, there will be a stickied thread at the top of this sub's page for that event, with another comment by /u/F1-bot asking for any streams to be posted as a child comment there, and typically one user in particular posts the code you need to enter in Ace to open the stream.
Copy that code, open Ace, go to Media - Open Ace Stream Content ID, paste the code into the field there and hit Play.
Those streams are typically the Sky Sports broadcast, and personally I prefer Channel 4's coverage if it's available, in which case I just look up "Channel 4 UK stream" in google and typically find something that way.
Here is an alternative link If you dont have QuickTime installed and cant view the video
Here's also google drive mirror(30fps) if it loads too slow
P.S apologies for terrible edit. I was limmited to where I could cut the video because of the keyframes
00:00 - Bahrain: Hamilton vs Rosberg
06:49 - Canada: Final laps
11:16 - Britain: Vettel vs Alonso
18:15 - Germany: 3 way battles and Alonso vs Ricciardo
25:14 - Hungary: Perez/Vettel spin, Hamilton on Vergne and Ricciardo on Hamilton, Alonso
31:00 - Belgium: Magnussen vs Vettel, Alonso and Button
36:50 - Italy: Ricciardo on Button and Perez battle, Ricciardo on Vettel
44:43 - Singapore: Vergne has gone mad!
45:27 - Japan: Ricciardo on Willies and Hamilton on Rosberg
50:35 - USA: Ricciardo on Alonso, him on Button and Hamilton on Rosberg
Strictly speaking, it is the Queen who is giving the recognition (although the government tends to compile a list of people that it feels should be honoured which is why you have things like the winning party's campaign manager getting a Knighthood). It's not Nobel level, but it is certainly something that tends to be noticed, more so in the Commonwealth than globally. But equally there are some really odd appointments, such as long serving postman, but they tend to get MBEs (one step down from OBEs).
Other OBE recipients recently include Eddie Redmayne, Damon Albarn, Idris Elba, James Corden.
I made you guys a photoshop template so you can edit the background. I wasn't too fond of the colour.
Download link here.
Example: Blue Gradient.
Oh hey, I just bought Newey's book [How to Build a Car](https://www.amazon.ca/How-Build-Car-Autobiography-Greatest/dp/000819680X) recently! Hopefully he didnt plagiarize from Fred.
He's got another article up today, regarding Schumacher's performance at the 1994 Spanish Grand Prix (where he was stuck in 5th gear for 2/3rds of the race).
There's also this one about a legal alternative to traction control.
It might rain before or during the GP if the weather radar is to be believed. Take this with a grain of salt tho because I posted the same thing last week and we all know that it didn't rain.
So I guess it's a case of - he knows the COTA track pretty well from driving there in WEC so that part won't be new to him, and it's a sort of "we didn't give you an F1 seat but you've gone on to do well for yourself so here's a nice little one-off present".
Nice to see I guess. Seems like a good dude. Surprised no-one has posted him and Ricciardo rocking out to Alexisonfire.
So here it is :
Chipping in here. I read this story in a Danish book called "Miraklet i LEGO" (The miracle at LEGO) which tells the tale of the company from it's beginnings and all the way to present day in complete detail, fascinating read.
The closest I could find to an English counterpart is the book "Brick by brick" by Bill Breen and David Robertson, found on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Brick-Rewrote-Innovation-Conquered-Industry/dp/1847941176
I haven't read the English book myself but the story of the company is fascinating and worth looking into it that's your kind of thing :)
And at the same time, no more F1 live races on free to air TV in the UK. Apart from Silverstone. Just the highlights after a race. Thanks Bernie for selling all the rights to Sky.
This could lead to much bigger Formula E audiences in the UK and F1 dropping off.
There's an interesting BBC documentary about the Virgin Formula E team which is a good introduction, watched it last week. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p06840qk/newsbeat-documentaries-formula-e-driving-change
Here is a video of lots of people crashing in the wet in 2007 that ends with Liuzzi bumping into a tractor.
The risk was already there, it was already known that this could happen.
I think F1 could have done more.
I use RES to help my reddit navigating. It is quite useful in tracking my up and downvotes per user, along with tagging certain users or blocking others from my reading. There are not a ton of people I don't see comments from, but it helps remove some of the shitposting. Please also report reposts, clickbait links, etc to help the mods weed them out.
The main thing I keep in mind when clicking to the comments on a post is that if they start to annoy me or are just full of shitposts, then I need to just move along. Reading some of the arguments and shit on these threads can be too much, so it is easier to move to the next conversation than trying to save the one that is swirling around the toilet.
Didn't Hola have some issues as well? There was a massive clusterfuck about how they didn't really protect your privacy and left some endpoints vulnerable.
I'm using Zenmate, but they have UK as a "premium" option.
Never? Except last year when it was 95 in Oct?
Play around with the years:
October almost always has hot days, sometimes cooling the last few days of the month, but not always.
The video up there was Maldonado/Perez.
The only one I could find with Maldonado/Hamilton footage was this:
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/7111916/c_f1_2011_spa_onboard_hamilton_when_maldonado_crashes_int/, which was recorded on a potato.
I collect photos of Formula 1 cars after each race, have been doing so since 2010.
I also have a lot of photos of some old Era car's in the folder as well.
It won't be beaten. Main reasons:
They would need a 2.6% faster lap than the 2016 pole which happened in few venues. Spa was one of them, but if you look at the sector times almost all of it was down to S2.
No ultrasofts available
It's early days but it could be a very wet weekend
In case someone wants to know how a Finnish person says "Kimi" and "Valtteri"
(Honestly, I said it few times and Valtteri started to seem like not a real name.)
I think your reorientation is ok, but you would not use an area chart, because that is meant more for a continuous quantity. The time doesn't necessarily change linearly between each sample. Instead, as a discrete sample, your original , reoriented bars, or just distinct scatter/dot plots work best.
One of the perks of using standard currency is having access to books like these
BBC one live is free
If you are outsite UK and using chrome, use Zenmate plugin which is free (and the one i am currently using)
edit: Give it time to stream, depending on your speed, the quality picks up!!!
>one of the riders
>for a sensational mistake in the Red Bull box.
>Daniel also had to suffer the shame of dubbing by his teammate
>Being dubbed is never a good feeling
>New loom in Baku?
Ouch, Google translate at work, disappointing as always.
DeepL always outperforms.
Honda and Red Bull have a meeting scheduled during this week to discuss the disappointing start to the season. In recent statements, the Austrian team had expressed confidence that Max Verstappen could be the favourite for the 2020 World Cup. However, after three races it is clear that there is only one dominating team, Mercedes. Red Bull has admitted that there are aerodynamic problems but analysis of the data has also shown a significant drop in the Honda engine.
"It is necessary for both Honda and Red Bull to share feelings about why at the moment we are not able to compete with Mercedes", said the head of Honda, Masashi Yamamoto, interviewed by as-web.jp.
"Therefore, we decided to hold a meeting with the leaders before Silverstone. It is not an urgent meeting, we have already spoken a few times during the three races, but now we will do it properly. I would like to talk about the RB16, the evolution of Honda propulsion and how we can continue to fight in the future. If we talk about technique there will surely be Adrian Newey and perhaps the technical director, Pierre Wache. The meeting will be held at the Milton-Keynes factory between 29 and 30 July".
Literally took 30 seconds.
It's an interesting book and talks about that kind of stuff in fact. It's worth noting of course that RBR 2010/McLaren 2007/Mercedes 2014-2016 intra-team title fights are generally rare so it doesn't come up much. Priestley discusses that teamwork in 2007 was a laughable concept: they completely, utterly forgot about Ferrari, and a lot of people had to kiss and make-up within McLaren long after Alonso had left.
I've no idea what arrangements are now; they might've done away with it. Irvine I know used to get rewards when Schumacher won, explicitly. I know Mercedes now have a generic win bonus, whichever driver wins.
Alonso tried to personally reward his side of the garage when they had success, but the team did not allow it, conscious that the us vs. them within McLaren was getting serious.
How To Build A Car by Adrian Newey is an awesome read. I don't know if you inspired this post in the book but I am reading it right now and really recommend it.
> All programmers are optimists. Perhaps this modern sorcery especially attracts those who believe in happy endings and fairy godmothers. Perhaps the hundreds of nitty frustrations drive away all but those who habitually focus on the end goal. Perhaps it is merely that computers are young, programmers are younger, and the young are always optimists. But however the selection process works, the result is indisputable: 'This time it will surely run', or 'I just found the last bug'.
—Frederick P. Brooks, Jr., The Mythical Man-Month
Trusting JD Power is like trusting studies comissioned by Big Tobacco. They are a for profit research firm.
Oh look consumer reports shows Honda still more reliable than Mercedes.
Ferrari were considered a likely possibility. In 2001, Frentzen outright accused them of Ferrari-powered cars using traction control in 2000. There's also now some evidence that Ferrari were using traction control around that time based on Toet's post here.
However, Mosley claimed that the cheating did not have a material effect on the 1999 championship. I therefore tend to suspect it was Jordan.
A lot of people don't rate Piquet because a lot of people don't rate Mansell. Whatthefat's model for example ranks him as 55th best driver. This one ranks him as 47th.
That being said over time I have definitely changed my stance on Mansell and hence on Piquet. While both often struggled with subpar teammates when you actually watch them race i think their brilliance is undeniable. And Whatthefat will be the first to admit that his model, and i imagine Eichenberger and Stadelmann as well, does not yet know how to account for ups and downs such as, most prominently i think, Mika Hakkinen's career(who is ranked even lower than Piquet).
Also Piquet had a misfortune of being a proper asshole, preceding Senna, and then talking shit about Senna. So he's not well liked at all.
>Can confirm that it is also free on the Google Play Store.
dude you payed $168 (canadian dollars) ??
There's a great biography written about this by author A.J Baime, titled "Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans.
It gives very detailed accounts from both sides of this epic rivalry, and how badly Henry Ford II and Carroll Shelby wanted to beat Enzo Ferrari. Worth the read.
Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans https://www.amazon.com/dp/0547336055/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_zXj9CbJQXZM27
For the USA : https://www.amazon.com/Pack-survived-another-meeting-inspirational/dp/B01HAN8R8G/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_229_bs_img_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=TNGW8JNET9TGF498QJCG
and for europe: https://www.amazon.de/survived-another-meeting-should-mail/dp/B01BWNZP6W
The agreement between the two parties will be announced in the coming days and depends on more than one factor, such as the relationship between Renault and Ricciardo, as explained by José Antonio Ponseti in 'La Ventana'. The team wants the Australian to leave the team but we will have to see when and on what terms.
It is almost certain that Fernando Alonso will not be able to make his debut in the first race of the 2020 World Championship, which will be held next weekend in Austria, but it is possible that he will do so later, although we will have to wait for the announcement of the two parties to know that detail. The idea is that the return occurs as soon as possible.
The departure of German Sebastian Vettel Ferrari opened a carousel of movement in the various teams in which the last is this Fernando Alonso, who had been talking in recent weeks. The German explained this Wednesday that he never received a formal offer of renewal from Maranello's team. Another key move was the signing of Carlos Sainz with the Italian team for the 2021 World Championship. He will start his final season at McLaren this weekend.
Tl;dr it doesn't say next year, it says he's moving THIS year, and they want to kick Ricciardo out early.
Don't know how reliable Ponseti is when it comes to F1, but he used to do the WRC highlights when Carlos Sainz was in it.
Jean Todt will resign at the end of next year as president of the international motor sport federation FIA. The 74-year-old Frenchman is in his third four-year term as president of the federation. The statutes state that twelve years is also the maximum period of time a person can lead the FIA.
Todt is not going to do his best to have those regulations adjusted so that he can continue his reign. "Despite the fact that I love what I do and feel passionate about it and put a lot of energy into it, I'm not going to change the statutes. Not even if I ask me to", said the former team boss of Ferrari opposite Motorsport-Total.com.
By the end of 2021, it will be over for Todt. Before that, he will have to pull out all the stops to help motorsport through the current crisis. "We have a crisis team within the FIA. They update us online every few days. We're discussing how we can contribute to the world. Now and for the future, because even after the corona crisis there will be consequences."
( from https://twitter.com/#!/MBrundleF1/status/129501939774930944 )
"Our commentary cell in India. No window, nowhere near track. Apologies in advance we cannot do our job properly in here http://campl.us/gBwW "
How do they usually do it? I wouldn't have thought a window would be that much use, given that it would only cover a small part of the track. What do they normally do?
Either way, I feel sorry for MB & DC. I have a better setup at home, and probably fewer power cuts :)
You'd be surprised at how advanced and crazily clever machine learning can be, there are many different types of ML but for most you can quite literally just input all of your data and tell the system what you are trying to do and press go and it will iterate through training itself to find the optimal model.
It requires a ton of computational power and takes time to get desired results, a great example for this sort of tech is http://boxcar2d.com/ which is perfect for showing you how it works in a simple form. Obviously for a F1 car there are a shit ton more variables at play which drastically increases the computational power required and also takes longer to train the model.
Ok, I literally laughed out loud. Not just a slightly louder exhale through the nose, an actual laugh :)
This was done by Beyond Compare 4. It's not a free program, but it's worth every penny. I searched for this picture on Google Image Search (it was bound to find it) and I just compared the two images. The image that Google found was the original (sans Alonso).
These aren't simple headsets you can buy and plug into your PC via USB etc, most if not all of them use a special connection or XLR.
I guess the closest you can get, without spending hundreds of dollars, would be something like this.
Grand Prix (1966)
The film includes real-life racing footage and cameo appearances by drivers including Formula One World Champions Phil Hill, Graham Hill, Juan Manuel Fangio, Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt and Jack Brabham. Other drivers who appeared in the film include Dan Gurney, Richie Ginther, Joakim Bonnier, Bruce McLaren and Jo Siffert.
Just get ace player on your android phone
Google play link
Or use this one It's the older version which is no longer in the play store but works like a charm
He was parked for the next 2 races that weekend(Xfinity and Cup).
I had completely forgot Markus Winkelhock. His story has to be one of the coolest of F1.
He only raced in European GP of 2007 and unsurprisingly qualified last with his Spyker. He decided to pit on formation lap for wets and as the race started, rain began pouring. Every other driver struggled their way to the pits while Winkelhock took the lead (and extended it to over 20 seconds) before the red flag. On restart, Winkelhock was on pole position.
^(Of course every top driver overtook him instantly after the restart. He didn't even finish the race, but man, it's still one hell of a story.)
edit: Found a video. It's such a shame FOM takes everything down from YouTube.
it looks clear on on radar other than a small cell that poped over the track, if the rain stays away it should be nice and dry.
Rumours about the cancellation of several more Grands Prix unfounded
The rumours that the Grands Prix in Monaco, Azerbaijan and Canada are under threat are unfounded. The three (semi) street races would soon be cancelled due to the uncertainty surrounding the corona virus and the long required build-up time, but Formula 1 has quickly quashed those rumours.
The Grands Prix of Australia and China will not take place in March due to the corona virus, which makes it impossible to safely organise a Formula One race weekend in the countries concerned. On Saturday another Dutch Formula One platform announced that the next three Grands Prix would also be cancelled or postponed in the near future.
It would be the races in the streets of Monaco and Azerbaijan and the race in Canada. The races in Azerbaijan and Monaco are street races, which means that the construction of the circuit has to start a long time in advance. The race in Canada is rumoured to be mainly under pressure because of the travel movements that the Formula 1 circus would have to make.
RacingNews365 has learnt from highly placed Formula 1 sources that the rumours are not based on anything and are completely untrue. The promoters of the three GP's have recently had talks with the Formula 1 bosses. They assured them that the races can go on and that the various governments involved have already expressed their support for the continuation of the Grands Prix.
RacingNews365 asked Formula One for a response and a spokesman then emphatically denied the rumours. "We have set out the details of the revised 2021 calendar and there are no other changes. The suggestion street races will not take place are completely wrong. ," said the spokesman for the premier class.
With the cooperation of Dieter Rencken.
Bourdais being given a penalty after Massa runs him off the inside of the corner, Fuji 2008
Montoya being given a penalty after Schumi runs him off the outside of the corner, Malaysia 2002
He made an autobiography very soon into his F1 career, actually, in 2008. It touches on some of the 2007 dramas and some of his trials and tribulations on and off the track before his F1 career. Of course, he was still in his honeymoon phase with McLaren at that point so I'm sure that he'd have more to say about things nowadays. Here it is on Amazon.
Depends on which aspect of the sport you find most interesting!
If you want to continue with learning more about how F1 designers operate, the book on John Barnard's F1 career, "The Perfect Car" is an excellent read:
For the strategy & politics side of the sport, I strongly suggest "Total Competition", by Ross Brawn and Adam Parr!
The sky will become clearer and clearer
5% chance of rain during Qs, the lowest in the day
i would say we are going for dry Qs
The current trio of Harris, McGuinness, and Flintoff took over in 2019 with Series 27. So you've got 21 episodes of back catalogue to work through, plus Series 31 that's just started.
Hit by a car in Switzerland while cycling: immediately rescued, the first examinations would have shown possible fractures. Is the start of the season at risk for the Alpine Renault driver?
Bicycle accident for Fernando Alonso. The Spanish driver of the Alpine Renault would have been hit by a car while he was training by bike on Swiss roads near Lugano. Immediately rescued and hospitalized in a local hospital, the first X-ray examinations would have shown possible fractures. Alonso, two-time Formula 1 world champion with Renault in 2005 and 2006, could risk having to miss the start of the 2021 season.
THE RETURN -
In these days Fernando, 11 victories in Ferrari between 2010 and 2014, was training in Switzerland with his beloved bicycle, one of the favorite hobbies of the Asturian champion: he was preparing for his return to Formula 1 after leaving the World Championship in 2018. In his career, which began with Minardi in 2001, Alonso has raced 312 GPs with 32 F1 victories between Renault, McLaren and Ferrari.
When you have Hola active you can become the exit node for someone else. If this person does something fishy (identity theft, scams, spam, other crime) it will show your ip to the authorities.
Free VPNs can never be trusted because if you don't pay, you are not the customer, you are the product. Exactly what you don't want to happen if you are searching privacy or are circumnavigating stuff. Paid VPNs are not too expensive for their services. Private Internet Access gets a lot of praise, IPredator is also supposed to be good.
Torrentfreak does a yearly report of VPN providers if you want to look for other alternatives.
What a narrow minded way of thinking. If Lewis can not cover an undercut, than it must be impossible to cover an undercut....
Max could set those times in a slower car, why couldn't Lewis match those times which would have made that "terrible strategy" become the winning strategy?
Irvine says himself he was punched by him.
What I found interesting in that article is that Ayrton had a few shots of Schnapps and was egged on by Berger to confront Irvine.
Adrenaline from the race and Schnapps, not a good combination for an after race quarrel.
>Also google has nothing to do with this I don’t even know all the food apps in my city never mind a random country.
Here's what I found in a minute of Googling
If I can find it, am sure Oscar can too
They tested open-top canopy before. I like the way it looks: https://giphy.com/gifs/biU9JYhRTDzj2
Open-top canopy with an "ORIGINAL Batmobile" twist would be something like this probably: http://i.imgur.com/MIT4Nl0.jpg Not bad at all.
Either way, I'm glad the best engineers and designers in the business are working on this. Not reddit pundits and experts.
Lego is doing some pretty neat F1 model and surrounding :
Ferrari F1 and a truck :
Mercedes AmG crew with 2 F1 cars and pit and other stuffs :
This might not be a daft idea - I remember a paragraph in Richard Hammond's book where a doctor looking after him tells his wife that it is perfectly normal for Richard to be lying there semi-conscious with his hand down his pyjamas. Apparently half of male patients in that state grab at their dick by reflex, or something.
On an off-topic side note, if you are concerned about protecting your dog's hearing, then you should buy them dog specific hearing protection. No doubt having a dog wear human ear muff does nearly nothing.
There are DVD season reviews for the 1970-1980 seasons (1980 isn't part of the collection but it does exist as I have it).
There's are also a dozen driver documentary's available on DVD:
There all very good.
I mean, if you want to talk about being ostentatious, the kit Ricciardo's wearing here is worth north of £5-6k - his race suit and helmet.
And of course, that's completely and utterly irrelevant. Who cares? It's a fun video. Ricciardo's a great fella. But you've got to apply the same standard to Hamilton or you're being duplicitous.
So here's something Lewis posted to his Instagram a while back along the same rough lines. It's fun. It's carefree, and it's funny. And the stuff he happens to be wearing doesn't matter. Except, people like yourself make out like it does matter - when it's him.
What you're effectively saying is 'I want the drivers to show more individuality and personality, just as long as the individuality and personality they show doesn't involve anything I find personally objectionable' - which is hypocritical. If you would like the drivers to put themselves out there more, to show more of their fun side on social media etc, you have to reconcile yourself to the fact that you may not personally like the person that they put across.
Mercedes’ Niki Lauda on the radio ban that scuppered Hamilton’s race: “It’s difficult. In this case it was a discussion of engine modes and we can’t tell [the drivers what the problem is]. The problem was one both cars had but Nico fixed it quicker than Lewis. I don’t want to blame Lewis.”
I didn't even notice Nico had the same issue
It's because the FIA rules state the green flag includes being clear of all objects including marshals. However the furthest marshal who is in blue is still at the original crash site the whole time till the accident occurs, he is pulling out carbon from the tire wall. In the video he is obscured by the tractor and car for a period, but is clearly still there in later shots. For this reason if there was a reason for those flags to have been originally double yellow, then with him there it can not become green again. At least it would still have had to been a single yellow until he was gone.
Edit: the F1 application never showed that sector as going green. It shows that sector as yellow the whole time. http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=30rmgp5&s=8#.VDNO78l0bwP
That is with hindsight. Lewis was in front of Max, so if Lewis goes in the pits, Max might not. This could change the whole race.
There was enough time to pit Lewis the lap after Max did and stay in front. This would mean they had kept Max behind Lewis where they wanted him. This is how undercuts are always covered because you rarely pit on the same lap as the guy who is driving behind you (why would the guy behind do that as it means he will stay behind instead of an opportunity for a shake up the order). Pitting before Max puts Lewis at risk of a "cheap" pitstop for Max in case of a (V)SC, which is something you want to consider in your strategy.
The mistake people make is thinking that Lewis pitting the lap after Max (which is standard way of covering an undercut) was always going to end up in Lewis ending up behind Max. This is incorrect. The reason Lewis ended up behind Max was because his inlap+pitlane time where slower than Max' as shown by Jolyon Palmer:
What went wrong is not the strategy, Lewis was too slow when it mattered most