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Video: Brembo Brake Facts 2015 Chinese Grand Prix

Grand Prix of China – Hardest Braking Point

The hardest braking point on the Shanghai International Circuit lies at the end of the longest straight, ahead of turn 14. The driver has to decelerate here by 268 km/h over just 161 metres. The calculated brake energy involved is 2,099 kW. In addition, the driver is subjected to 4.9 g, while he pushes with 183 kg onto the brake.

About Ritesh K Bhana

Ritesh likes to think he is a true Tifosi, but he still remains fair to other teams. He supports two other teams which are not Red Bull and McLaren. Follow Ritesh on twitter @Humanshield_1

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2017 Hungarian GP Broadcast Times

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Free Practice 1Friday 03:00Friday 09:00Friday 10:00Friday 10:00
Free Practice 2Friday 08:00Friday 13:00Friday 14:00Friday 14:00
Free Practice 3Saturday 04:00Saturday 10:00Saturday 11:00Saturday 11:00
QualifyingSaturday 08:00Saturday 13:00Saturday 14:00Saturday 14:00
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2017 Drivers Championship

Pos.DriverPoints
1 Sebastian Vettel177
2 Lewis Hamilton176
3 Valtteri Bottas154
4 Daniel Ricciardo117
5 Kimi Raikkonen98
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