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domingo, 13 de novembro de 2011

Hamilton vence em Abu Dhabi



1. Lewis Hamilton -McLaren Mercedes
2. Fernando Alonso -Ferrari +8s4
3. Jenson Button -McLaren Mercedes +25s8
4. Mark Webber -Red Bull Renault +35s7
5. Felipe Massa -Ferrari +50s5
6. Nico Rosberg -Mercedes GP +52s3
7. Michael Schumacher -Mercedes GP +1min15s9
8. Adrian Sutil -Force India Mercedes +1min17s1
9. Paul di Resta -Force India Mercedes +1 volta
10. Kamui Kobayashi -Sauber Ferrari +1 volta


terça-feira, 3 de novembro de 2009

Abu Dhabi ultima corrida da temporada

Dear Rui

Podium finish for Jenson in Abu Dhabi

Jenson finished his World Championship year on a high with a third-placed podium finish at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday. Rubens came through a first corner impact to drive a composed race to fourth place.

Jenson said: "It was a fun race today and to be on the podium for the last race of the year is fantastic. The last few laps were really exciting and I was giving everything to take second place from Mark. I couldn't quite make the moves stick and he's a very difficult guy to overtake but it was a good clean fight and we were really on the edge. I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at the team in Brackley and at Mercedes-Benz High Performance Engines. It really has been a fantastic year and they should all be very proud of what we have achieved together. It's nice to end the year on a high after what has been a very competitive and challenging season."

Rubens was also happy with his race: "The start was quite exciting but unfortunately I collided slightly with Mark and he took a chunk of my front wing with him. It lost me a lot of downforce initially which let Jenson past but I was able to live with the understeer so we decided not to change the nose and I just pushed as hard as possible. It was a competitive race throughout and a lot of fun so I have to be pleased with fourth position . It's truly been a great season and I have to thank the team for giving me a car that has been so competitive this year and the opportunity to return to winning ways again. We've had a great year together."

sexta-feira, 30 de outubro de 2009


Dear Rui

Day/Night Race in Abu Dhabi!

The final race of the season will be a first for Formula One with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday starting at 17:00hrs for the sport's first day/night race.
Taking place at the Yas Marina Circuit, the spectacular 5.554km track runs alongside Yas Island's new marina and the anti-clockwise circuit has many unique features including a pitlane exit which crosses under the circuit and part of the track passing under the Yas Marina Hotel.
Jenson visited the venue earlier in the year: "It's a fantastic feeling to be going into the final race having achieved my ambition of winning the Drivers' Championship and with the team having wrapped up the Constructors' Championship in Brazil. I had a short break in the Gulf region after Bahrain and went to have a look at the Yas Marina Circuit. Even then with the construction work was still underway, the facilities looked outstanding. It's always fun to try a new race track and I'm sure Abu Dhabi is going to host an exciting weekend."
Rubens is also looking forward to the challenge: "It's always good to race at a new venue and the Yas Marina Circuit looks extremely impressive. The layout of the circuit seems both fun and challenging and it will be quite impressive to start the race in daylight and to finish in evening conditions. The team has had a great season so far and we want to finish on a high with a strong performance this weekend."

Os tempos do segundo treino livre
1 - Heikki Kovalainen (FIN/McLaren) - 1min41s307
2 - Lewis Hamilton (ING/McLaren) - 1min41s504
3 - Jenson Button (ING/Brawn GP) - 1min41s541
4 - Sebastian Vettel (ALE/Red Bull) - 1min41s591
5 - Kamui Kobayashi (JAP/Toyota) - 1min41s636
6 - Sebastien Buemi (Toro Rosso/Ferrari) - 1min41s683
7 - Mark Webber (Red Bull/Renault) - 1min41s684
8 - Rubens Barrichello (BRA/Brawn GP) - 1min41s831
9 - Nico Rosberg (ALE/Williams) - 1min41s931
10 - Kimi Raikkonen (FIN/Ferrari) - 1min41s987
11 - Adrian Sutil (ALE/Force India) - 1min42s180
12 - Kazuki Nakajima (JAP/Williams) - 1min42s245
13 - Nick Heidfeld (ALE/BMW) - 1min42s278
14 - Jarno Trulli (ITA/Toyota) - 1min42s409
15 - Vitantonio Liuzzi (ITA/Force India) - 1min42s530
16 - Fernando Alonso (ESP/Renault) - 1min42s782
17 - Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA/Ferrari) - 1min42s932
18 - Romain Grosjean (FRA/Renault) - 1min43s021
19 - Jaime Alguersuari (ESP/Toro Rosso) - 1min43s022
20 - Robert Kubica (POL/BMW) - 1min43s708

Me parece que Barrichelo não foi bem ao final do 1º dia de treinos , ficando atrás de Vettel seu concorrente ao vice-campeonato . Vamos esperar como a BRAWN que seus carros andem bem amanhã e na corrida .