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F1GP Singapore 2009: Hamilton fly at Marina Bay

Sunday, September 27, 2009 0 comments

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Apart from the penalty drive-through penalty which earned Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton was quick to appear on Singapore GP 2009. McLaren driver was like a fly on the Marina Bay Circuit.

Hamilton's speed has seen since the third free practice session and qualifying where he managed to become the fastest racer. In balapannya, Sunday (27/9/2009), British driver managed to maintain its dominance even since the race began.

Vettel and Rosberg who kept following him since the start did not keep up. Until the end both drivers were acting recklessly and hit a drive-through penalty, Hamilton was no longer a foe. Timo Glock who turns into pursuers could instead 8.8 seconds behind him.

This is the second time Hamilton climbed the highest podium this season. Previously, he emerged as champion at the Hungarian GP.

Race live standing
P. Driver Team Time
1 Lewis Hamilton McLaren 1:56:06.337
2 Timo Glock Toyota 9.634
3 Fernando Alonso Renault 16.624
4 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 20.261
5 Jenson Button Brawn 30.015
6 Rubens Barrichello Brawn 31.858
7 Heikki Kovalainen McLaren 36.157
8 Robert Kubica BMW 55.054
9 Kazuki Nakajima Williams 56.054
10 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 58.892
11 Nico Rosberg Williams 59.777
12 Jarno Trulli Toyota 1:13.009
13 Giancarlo Fisichella Force India 1:19.890
14 Vitantanio Liuzzi Force India 1:33.502
15 Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso out
16 Alguersuari Jaime Toro Rosso out
17 Mark Webber Red Bull out
18 Adrian Sutil Force India out
19 Nick Heidfeld BMW out
20 Romain Grosjean Renault out

F1 Singapore 2009 Qualification:Hamilton Pole, Barrichello Hit Wall

Lewis Hamilton grabbed his third pole this season in Singapore GP qualifying session on Saturday (26/9/2009) evening, which ended 26 seconds ahead because of incidents experienced by Rubens Barrichello.

Champion last season's world best time recorded one minute 47.891 seconds on the session Marina Bay street circuit. He asserted his dominance on the second day because it also became the fastest in final practice session.

Sebastian Vettel keep remain competitive into the championship title after Red Bull driver's team will start from second place. Competitors, namely Brawn duo Jenson Button and Barrichello, will start the race tomorrow from a position far enough away from him.

Button is still leading the competition performed worse in the free practice III but the problem seemed to find a solution when he got closer to Hamilton in Q1. But he immediately lost his speed again in Q2 and only ranked 12th.

Barrichello also nearly eliminated in Q2, before the last occasion he managed to step on the gas and entered the top 10. Brazilian driver has even reached the fifth grid before hitting the wall at the last minute sirkuis session Q3.

From the incident stewart red flag, a sign session terminated. Barrichello will start from the sequence of 10, following the retreat of five grid penalty for changing girboks before qualifying session.

Nico Rosberg, who became the fastest drivers in Q2, was in third place, followed by Mark Webber, Fernando Alonso and Timo Glock.

Two BMW driver, Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica, also, in Q3 and will start at seven and eight positions, or in front of Heikki Kovalainen.

Meanwhile, Ferrari proved difficult in this weekend, as was expected earlier. Kimi Räikkönen signed the order only 13, and Giancarlo Fisichella fifth grid behind him. This is the first time this season Ferrari failed to put his car in the 10th position in the start of the race.

Meanwhile Force India appear to be ending its success stories in the last two series. This time Adrian Sutil and Vitantonio Liuzzi in the rear, exactly in the grid 16 and 20.

Qualifying live standing
P. Driver Team Time
1 Lewis Hamilton McLaren 1:47.891
2 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 0:01.191
3 Nico Rosberg Williams 0:01.335
4 Mark Webber Red Bull 0:01.709
5 Rubens Barrichello Brawn 0:01.815
6 Fernando Alonso Renault 0:02.041
7 Timo Glock Toyota 0:02.167
8 Nick Heidfeld BMW 0:02.294
9 Robert Kubica BMW 0:02.501
10 Heikki Kovalainen McLaren 0:02.765
11 Kazuki Nakajima Williams 0:00.000
12 Jenson Button Brawn 0:00.128
13 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 0:00.164
14 Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso 0:00.356
15 Jarno Trulli Toyota 0:00.400
16 Adrian Sutil Force India 0:01.218
17 Alguersuari Jaime Toro Rosso 0:01.327
18 Giancarlo Fisichella Force India 0:01.337
19 Romain Grosjean Renault 0:01.531
20 Vitantanio Liuzzi Force India 0:01.779

F1 GP Monza Italy 2009: Brawn GP One Two Finish

Sunday, September 13, 2009 0 comments

Racing at Monza run for 53 laps, the number who finally solved Jenson Button in second position. Even so, the race had he set earlier in the first lap.

At Monza, Sunday (13/9/2009), Button to end the fast podium already stretched to five series. This is the first time the driver kicked Brawn Grand Prix podium since last June 7, 2009.

Key positive results, I was Button who still occupies the top of the standings, is its success to an aggressive start at the beginning of the race after starting from the 6th place. Inadvertence Heikki Kovalainen passed over Rubens Barrichello, Button teammates, successfully exploited.

"It was a busy lap but I could be a position that is unusual. You are always worried in the beginning because of the cars with KERS, (Fernando) Alonso failed to rush from the beginning and Kovy were struggling," Button said in Autosport .

"I was behind Kovy in the second chicane and I managed to put Lesmo nose of my car on the inside, and passed on Lesmo 2. The move was necessary because without it I probably would finish three or four," explained he.

Finish in second position behind his own colleagues had been making Button satisfied. He admitted that this time Barrichello was quicker.

"It's in two very good position. I want to be in the position of Rubens, but he's better this weekend. I lost two points here, but it can be seven points more than the (Sebastian) Vettel. He (Barrichello) is the closest rival, but we have a good relationship, "said Button.

F1 GP Monza Italy 2009 Live Standing:
P. Driver Team Time 1 Rubens Barrichello Brawn 1:16:21.706
2 Jenson Button Brawn 2.866
3 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari 30.664
4 Adrian Sutil Force India 31.131
5 Fernando Alonso Renault 59.182
6 Heikki Kovalainen McLaren 1:00.693
7 Nick Heidfeld BMW 1:22.412
8 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 1:25.427
9 Kazuki Nakajima Williams 2:00.000
11 Timo Glock Toyota 2:43.925
12 Lewis Hamilton McLaren at 1 lap
13 Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso at 1 lap
14 Jarno Trulli Toyota at 1 lap
15 Romain Grosjean Renault at 1 lap
16 Nico Rosberg Williams at 2 laps
17 Robert Kubica BMW out
18 Vitantanio Liuzzi Force India out
19 Alguersuari Jaime Toro Rosso out
20 Mark Webber Red Bull out

F1 GP Monza Italy 2009 Qualifying

Saturday, September 12, 2009 0 comments

Lewis Hamilton for the second time that occupied the pole position in Formula 1 is 2009. At Monza, Saturday (12 / 9), the champion McLaren fastest time, surpassed pebalap Force India Adrian Sutil, who appear charming in free practice 2 and 3.

At the start of qualifying three (Q3), Hamilton's status as defending champion only record 1 minute 24.605 seconds that seemed difficult to pass what made Sutil, ie 1 minute 24.261 seconds. But toward the end of the session, Hamilton could improve the record time to 1 minute 24.066 seconds, which beat Sutil who had to settle for second position.

MotoGP Cinzano San Marino 2009: The Donkey win

Sunday, September 6, 2009 0 comments
The San Marino GP looks as though it could be a key one in the championship. Valentino Rossi's lead has been cut to just 25 points - a Rossi crash and a Lorenzo win would see the Spaniard draw level with his Fiat Yamaha team-mate.

Rossi qualified on pole in typically dramatic fashion, with Dani Pedrosa alongside him on the front row and Lorenzo behind them.

The post mortem begins - replays show that De Angelis clipped the back of Edwards on as he tried to sneak inside on the second corner, and in turn Edwards just caught Hayden who almost accelerated enough to get clear. all this was happening just inches behind Lorenzo, who will count himself very lucky when he sees the footage later.

Valentino Rossi nods his head wildly as he wheelies over the line to take the flag and his sixth race win of the season.

Race live standing
P. Driver Team Time
1 Valentino Rossi Yamaha Factory 0:00.000
2 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Factory 0:02.416
3 Daniel Pedrosa Honda HRC 0:12.400
4 Andrea Dovizioso Honda HRC 0:26.330
5 Loris Capirossi Suzuki MotoGP 0:26.539
6 Antonio Elias Honda Gresini 0:28.286
7 Mika Kallio Ducati Pramac 0:30.184
8 Marco Melandri Hayate Racing 0:31.757
9 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki MotoGP 0:31.909
10 James Toseland Yamaha Tech3 0:38.347
11 Aleix Espargaro Aprilia Lotus 0:46.673
12 Randy De Puniet Honda LCR 0:52.041
13 Niccolo Canepa Ducati Pramac 1:03.198
14 Gabor Talmacsi Honda Scot 1:22.347

GP 250cc San Marino 2009:Barbera holds off Pasini

Hector Barbera will graduate to MotoGP next season with at least three 250cc victories under his belt after taking his second win of the 2009 season at Misano.

Barbera triumphed in a thrilling race that may have marked the end of reigning champion Marco Simoncelli's title hopes.

Simoncelli, winner of the last two races to close to within 27 points of leader Hiroshi Aoyama, fell from a close second behind Mattia Pasini at the halfway mark of the 26 laps.

The Italian span out in front of his home fans after losing the rear of his Metis Gilera on corner exit, due to apparent traction control problems.

That left Pasini and Barbera battling for the lead, with a 1.5sec gap to title leaders Alvaro Bautista and Hiroshi Aoyama. The Japanese in turn was only just ahead of Bautista's Aspar team-mate Mike di Meglio.

Aoyama, unusually ragged in the early laps, made several attempts to escape from the Aspar sandwich, but his Scot Honda was still between the red machines with ten laps to go.

At that point both Aoyama and di Meglio both blasted past Bautista along the home straight, with the Frenchman then outbraking Aoyama into the hairpin for third.

Bautista and Aoyama traded fourth time and time again over the closing laps, before the final lap began with Aoyama still between the Aspar machines. Bautista soon attacked and the pair moved passed di Meglio halfway through the lap.

Aoyama launched a last-gasp attempt at third at the final turn, but Bautista got the better exit and crossed the line just 0.006sec ahead of Aoyama to close to within 13 points of the title lead with four rounds remaining. Simoncelli is now 40 points back.

Meanwhile, Pasini and Barbera - who collided through the super-fast right hander in last year's event, sending a furious Pasini down - battled hard to the end, with Barbera narrowly ahead as the last lap began.

Several passes later and Barbera was back in front, then did a good job of staying defensive to the flag, with Pasini pinning his hopes on a better exit from the final corner.

The Italian, winner in front of his home fans earlier in the year at Mugello, came just 0.04sec short at the flag. / Eurosport

Race live standing
P. Driver Team Time 1 Héctor Barberá Pepe World Team 43:23.353
2 Mattia Pasini Team Toth Aprilia 43:23.393
3 Alvaro Bautista Mapfre Aspar Team Aprilia 43:25.044
4 Hiroshi Aoyama Scot Racing Team 250cc 43:25.050
5 Mike Di Meglio Mapfre Aspar Team Aprilia 43:25.274
6 Jules Cluzel Matteoni Racing 43:32.555
7 Alex Debon Aprilia Aeropuerto-Castello-Blusens 43:33.836
8 Raffaele De Rosa Scot Racing Team 250cc 43:34.713
9 Hector Faubel Thai Honda PTT SAG 43:42.306
10 Thomas Luthi Emmi Caffe Latte Aprilia 43:47.833
11 Karel Abraham Aprilia Cardion 43:48.033
12 Shouya Tomizawa CIP Moto-GP250 44:14.874
13 Alex Baldolini WTR San Marino Team Aprilia 44:15.827
14 Valentin Debise Honda France 44:35.028
15 Balazs Nemeth Wildcard 44:38.868
16 Axel Pons Pepe World Team 44:39.019
17 Vladimir Leonov Viessman Kiefer Racing 43:36.763
18 Imre Toth Aprilia Toth 43:56.557
19 Aitor Rodriguez

MotoGP Indianapolis 2009: Lorenzo win, Pedrosa and Rossi crash

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 0 comments
Indianapolis - Jorge Lorenzo won easily at the Indianapolis MotoGP race on Sunday (30/8/2009). He had no opponent again after falling Dani Pedrosa and Valentino Rossi suffered a similar misfortune.

At the beginning of the third race drivers will fight it as tight. In quick time they give the distance to the other party drivers.

Pedrosa strong in the start and managed to maintain its position as a holder in front of pole position. Lorenzo which occupies the second grid with a bad start and can be passed Rossi

There was a little confusion at the first corner, which resulted in two drivers out nyelonong track. Colin Edwards, Alex de Angelis, Marco Melandri, Nicky Hayden, Andrea Dovizioso and James Toseland to compete in the ranks of the middle.

Three after leading laps, Pedrosa see luck as about entering a chicane. Despite having enough distance with Rossi, but the Repsol Honda team drivers had lost his balance. He was released from the holder and are carried far enough.

Still lucky bike was not damaged and the Spanish biker could continue the race, although quite hard pressed to lift the motor weighs 150 pounds more than that.

Incidents Pedrosa led Rossi made in front of Lorenzo. At that distance the driver's Fiat Yamaha team had a lot to the drivers behind him.

On the eighth lap Rossi Lorenzo beat of the track straight into the corner. Dueling teammates are even starting to look hot, before the incident that immediately comes the battle cools.

In pursuing a position on lap 10, Rossi mencelat from his mount and he was thrown down to the grass track. He is assisted by two officers to set up the bike and able to continue the race.

We entered the track again, he was the most bloated and had a duel with Pedrosa in the back. But, only a few laps later the Italian world champion decided to stop. He attended the team's garage because there seems to be a serious constraint on the YZR-M1 him.

Rossi out to make Lorenzo's to be expected would win, because he had no opponent more nearby. He just needs to be careful so as not to have bad luck like Pedrosa and Rossi.

Especially in Brno two weeks ago Lorenzo made a fatal mistake during a duel with Rossi. She fell and immediately out. Apparently a similar situation turned around this time that Rossi became the unlucky and lose.

This is the third victory this season Lorenzo, after in Japan and France. The number of points was increased to 187, with 25 adrift of Rossi still memuncaki standings.

Pedrosa got six points after finishing in the sequence of 10. However this is the optimal outcome can be achieved that the Spaniard, given the incidents that happened in the early cloths.

Finished as runner-up in Indianapolis is De Angelis (Honda) and captured a third podium from Nicky Hayden Ducati. Toseland carve best record in the MotoGP class with a landing in sixth position.

Indianapolis MotoGP results:
1. Jorge Lorenzo (Spain) Yamaha 13,592 mins 47 secs
2. Alex de Angelis (San Marino) Honda 47:23.027
3. Nicky Hayden (U.S.) Ducati 47:26.539
4. Andrea Dovizioso (Italy) Honda 47:27.070
5. Colin Edwards (U.S.) Yamaha 47:39.846
6. James Toseland (Britain) Yamaha 47:46.000
7. Loris Capirossi (Italy) Suzuki 47:47.992
8. Mika Kallio (Finland) Ducati 47:48.448
9. Toni Elias (Spain) Honda 47:58.597
10. Dani Pedrosa (Spain) Honda 47:58.969
11. Chris Vermeulen (Australia) Suzuki 47:59.070
12. Randy de Puniet (France) Honda 48:05.886
13. Aleix Espargaro (Spain) Ducati 48:17.144
14. Gabor Talmacsi (Hungary) Honda 48:28.678


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