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#1 /13/Ален Шмит/

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Posted 02 April 2018 - 15:08

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#2 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 02 April 2018 - 15:25

Alene care ko brata te molim nemoj vise ovaj font...


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#3 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 05 April 2018 - 03:35

The FIA has extended the second DRS zone at the Bahrain International Circuit ahead of this weekend’s race to encourage more overtaking. However it has not added a third zone as it did in Melbourne.

Driver will be able to activate DRS 170m after turn 14 at the track, 100 metres earlier than last year. The DRS detection points for the two zones remain unchanged and the activation point for the first DRS zone on the back straight is also as it was last year.

Several drivers complained overtaking was very difficult during the Australian Grand Prix but some expect it will be easier this weekend.

“It was difficult to overtake in Melbourne, but Bahrain should be a bit easier because it’s a more traditional track,” said Sergio Perez.

“The Bahrain track often creates good racing. I still remember the battle I had with my old team mate, Jenson Button, in 2013. The layout really allows you to race wheel-to-wheel at times. If you lose a position in turn one, you can fight back through turns two, three and four.”

Bahrain is one of three circuits where the FIA has considered changing the DRS zones to aid passing this year, along with Baku and Montreal.


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#4 alberto.ascari

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Posted 05 April 2018 - 12:32

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#5 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 05 April 2018 - 20:23


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#6 Hertzog

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 12:52

Sta sam propustio kada su dva mercedesa i dva meklarena ispred nas, pa jos sa ovolikom razlikom?
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Posted 06 April 2018 - 12:58

Pa nebitan je ovaj FP skroz, drugi se vozi u vreme Q&R pa tada treba pratiti rezultate malo pazljivije.
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Posted 06 April 2018 - 13:58

FP1:

Pos.	Driver			Car			Best lap	Gap	Laps
1	Daniel Ricciardo	Red Bull-TAG Heuer	1’31.060		14
2	Valtteri Bottas		Mercedes		1’31.364	0.304	24
3	Kimi Raikkonen		Ferrari			1’31.458	0.398	18
4	Sebastian Vettel	Ferrari			1’31.470	0.410	17
5	Lewis Hamilton		Mercedes		1’32.272	1.212	21
6	Romain Grosjean		Haas-Ferrari		1’32.516	1.456	23
7	Pierre Gasly		Toro Rosso-Honda	1’32.779	1.719	26
8	Carlos Sainz Jnr	Renault			1’32.885	1.825	21
9	Kevin Magnussen		Haas-Ferrari		1’32.971	1.911	19
10	Nico Hulkenberg		Renault			1’33.104	2.044	18
11	Fernando Alonso		McLaren-Renault		1’33.223	2.163	24
12	Charles Leclerc		Sauber-Ferrari		1’33.278	2.218	20
13	Stoffel Vandoorne	McLaren-Renault		1’33.364	2.304	25
14	Lance Stroll		Williams-Mercedes	1’33.379	2.319	22
15	Sergey Sirotkin		Williams-Mercedes	1’33.467	2.407	29
16	Brendon Hartley		Toro Rosso-Honda	1’33.497	2.437	27
17	Marcus Ericsson		Sauber-Ferrari		1’33.508	2.448	22
18	Sergio Perez		Force India-Mercedes	1’33.662	2.602	26
19	Esteban Ocon		Force India-Mercedes	1’33.794	2.734	23
20	Max Verstappen		Red Bull-TAG Heuer			

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 16:12

Ricciardo tops FP1 despite Red Bull woes
Friday, 06 April 2018
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Daniel Ricciardo set the fastest time of the first free practice session for the Bahrain Grand Prix despite reliability issues hitting both Red Bull cars.

Early in the session, Max Verstappen stopped at the end of his second installation lap and pushed his car back along the track into the pit entry, where it was met by the Red Bull mechanics. An electrical issue on the right-hand side of the car was to blame, with the team working to replace the parts but failing to get the Dutchman back out in FP1.

While Verstappen was drawing attention for pushing his car in 86 degree heat, teammate Ricciardo was trying to get out for his first run of the day but was unable to leave the garage, eventually joining the action after a delay. After a number of mechanics worked on the right rear of Ricciardo's car in the middle of the session, he duly returned to the track to set the pace with a 1m31.060s on the soft compound tire.

That left Ricciardo 0.304s clear of Valtteri Bottas in the Mercedes, with Kimi Raikkonen less than 0.1s further back for Ferrari on the same compound of tire. With Sebastian Vettel fourth – 0.012s adrift of Raikkonen – it suggested the top three teams remain closely matched, having looked relatively close on race pace in Australia.

Lewis Hamilton had a bit of a scruffy session, with a lock-up effecting his best lap as he ended up over 1.2s adrift of Ricciardo, while Romain Grosjean enjoyed another strong session for Haas in sixth place, albeit on the supersoft compound tire.

Pierre Gasly was the surprise of the session for Toro Rosso – using an updated Honda MGU-H and turbo after his retirement in Australia – as he ended up seventh quickest on the soft tire, ahead of Carlos Sainz, Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg on supersofts.

Fernando Alonso was 11th while trying a new bargeboard on his McLaren, just ahead of Charles Leclerc in the Sauber. Despite some encouraging pace, Leclerc had a spin at Turn 8, spinning through 90 degrees at Turn 8 just a few minutes after Lance Stroll had swapped ends at the exact same place.

Verstappen's problems kept Force India off the bottom of the timing screens, with Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon in 18th and 19th respectively after carrying out major set-up changes.

The opening session is only partly relevant to the race weekend, with FP2, qualifying and the race taking place at sunset, leading to lower track temperatures.

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#10 alberto.ascari

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 19:32

Jbt, izgleda da smo ga uboli ove godine!

Teško da će biti sandbagging u FP2.
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#11 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 19:45

Teško da će biti sandbagging u FP2.

 

Mozda Meckari samo nisu ukljucivali "magiju"? I u Melburnu je sve bilo tamo-'vamo u par stotih i onda u zadnjem krugu u Q3 Hamilton iz dupeta izvukao sekund ipo.


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#12 alberto.ascari

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 19:49

Mozda Meckari samo nisu ukljucivali "magiju"? I u Melburnu je sve bilo tamo-'vamo u par stotih i onda u zadnjem krugu u Q3 Hamilton iz dupeta izvukao sekund ipo.


Dagajebem, pusti me malo da se radujem...
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#13 alberto.ascari

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 20:57

HAM 5 mesta penal na startu zbog menjača.

Izvor Autosport.
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#14 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 06 April 2018 - 21:06

Pa, mozda na kraju sezona jos i bude interesantna... :)


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Posted 06 April 2018 - 21:18

 

 

@LewisHamilton will take a five-place grid penalty for the #BahrainGP after having to change his gearbox

 

We had a hydraulic leak during the #AusGP and were fortunate to finish the race

 

Unfortunately the Team couldn’t repair the gearbox within the six race cycle so need to take a fresh one, incurring the grid penalty. #BahrainGP

 


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