Archive | June, 2015

Broadcast Times for the 2015 Formula 1 British Grand Prix

The British Grand Prix and round 9 of the Formula 1 World Championship brings us to the home of Formula 1, Silverstone. The Silverstone circuit, situated next to the Northamptionshire villages of Silverstone and Whittlebury, has been hosting the British Grand Prix since 1987. Between 1955 and 1986 the British Grand Prix was alternated between […]

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F1 2015: British GP Preview – Time-tested Silverstone

The first ever Formula 1 world championship season took place sixty-five years ago in 1950. The British grand prix was the first official world championship race in that 1950 season and it remains, though altered, on the Formula 1 calendar. The high speed circuit of Silverstone and the famously quick sequence of Maggots and Becketts […]

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Video: Brembo Brake Facts – Round 09 British Grand Prix

The hardest braking point on the Silverstone Circuit lies ahead of Vale Corner. The Formula One driver decelerates by 132 km/h over just 72 metres. 2,351kW of power are released in the process. The driver is subjected to 5.5 g, while having to push with 166 kg onto the brake.

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Video: Formula 1 On The Edge

A great collection of Formula 1 clips over the years

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Wehrlein Tops The Time Sheets on Day 1 of Rain Hit Austria In-Season Test

Mercedes reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein ended on top of the time sheets after the first day of the final in-season test at the Red Bull Ring in Austria. The young German set a best time of 1:11.005, 0.187s clear of Force India’s Esteban Ocon who’s best time was 1:11.192. The session got off to a […]

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F1 2015: Austrian GP Review – Rosberg Strikes In Spielberg

Control is a concept that when given up is difficult to regain. Yet, Nico Rosberg overcame his pole starting teammate and controlled all seventy-one laps for an important victory in Austria. The multi-lingual German secured his third victory of the season and second consecutive Austrian race win. But for a “vibration” late on in the […]

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Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen, Austrian GP collision

Alonso, Raikkonen explain their collision

Both Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen walked away from a very scary first lap collision at the start of Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix. Raikkonen veered left while accelerating out of Turn 2 and collected Alonso on the way. The Spaniard slid into the barriers before landing on top of the front of Raikkonen’s car – […]

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Austrian GP Rosberg, Hamilton and Massa. Post-race press conference.

Austrian Grand Prix Post-race Press Conference

Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa faced both Gerhard Berger and the media after Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix. Transcripts of the podium interviews as well as the post-race press conference below. PODIUM INTERVIEWS (Conducted by Gerhard Berger) Nico congratulations. My first question is: Nico why you don’t drive every race like this? Nico Rosberg: […]

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Lewis Hamilton, Mexico Grand Prix Preview

Hamilton secures pole after both Merc drivers spin off

Lewis Hamilton secured pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix during a pretty dramatic final qualifying shootout session at the Red Bull Ring, after both Mercedes drivers went off track in their final runs. Hamilton claimed the pole position with a time of 1:08.455, beating team mate Nico Rosberg, who was comfortably quickest in Q1 […]

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Provisional Starting Grid for the 2015 Formula 1 Austrian Grand prix

With all the penalties that were incurred for the Austrian Grand Prix. Below is the preliminary grid for Sunday’s race. Jenson Button will take a 25 place grid drop due to a power unit change for McLaren. Fernando Alonso drops 20 places for a new engine, turbo and MGU-H and a further 5 places for […]

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2017 Russian GP Broadcast Times

CDTBSTGMT+2Local
Free Practice 1Friday 04:00Friday 10:00Friday 11:00Friday 10:00
Free Practice 2Friday 08:00Friday 14:00Friday 15:00Friday 14:00
Free Practice 3Saturday 05:00Saturday 11:00Saturday 12:00Saturday 11:00
QualifyingSaturday 08:00Saturday 14:00Saturday 15:00Saturday 14:00
RaceSunday 08:00Sunday 14:00Sunday 15:00Sunday 14:00

2017 Drivers Championship

Pos.DriverPoints
1 Sebastian Vettel68
2 Lewis Hamilton61
3 Valtteri Bottas38
4 Kimi Raikkonen34
5 Max Verstappen25
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