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Malaysian MotoGP 2009: Rossi clinch world title

Sunday, October 25, 2009 0 comments

Valentino Rossi sealed his second successive MotoGP world championship after finishing third at the Malaysian Grand Prix.

The championship was Rossi's fourth for Yamaha, his seventh premier class world title and his ninth overall.

Ducati rider Casey Stoner made light of wet conditions at the Sepang circuit in Malaysia, snatching the lead from Dani Pedrosa on the first lap and then powering away from the Spaniard.

Pedrosa finished in second place while Jorge Lorenzo, the only rider who had any hope of catching Rossi in the title race, finished fourth.

F1 GP Interlagos Brazil 2009: Button the new world champion

Sunday, October 18, 2009 0 comments

English driver, Jenson Button ensure themselves out as an F1 world champion after finish at fifth positions in the Brazilian Grand Prix which took place in the circuit Interlagos, Sunday (18/10/2009).

Button ensure themselves a world champion after his closest competitors make mistakes and poor results recorded at Interlagos. His team mate, Rubens Barrichello who started the race from pole position, slumped in the eighth position. While red Bull driver, Sebastian Vettel was in fourth position.

The fifth position has been fairly carried Button 17 points ahead of its nearest competitor. These advantages can not be pursued because this season leaving one race living in Abu Dhabi on November 1.

Australian driver Mark Webber won the Brazilian Grand Prix followed by Robert Kubica of BMW Sauber and the defending champion from McLaren, Lewis Hamilton who was in third position.

The results of the Brazilian Grand Prix, Sunday (18/10/2009):
1. Mark Webber (AUS / Red Bull) 1 hr 32:23.081 sec
2. Robert Kubica (POL / BMW Sauber) 7626 sec adrift
3. Lewis Hamilton (GBR / McLaren) at 18,944
4. Sebastian Vettel (GER / Red Bull) at 19,652
5. Jenson Button (GBR / Brawn) at 29,005
6. Kimi Räikkönen (FIN / Ferrari) at 33,340
7. Sébastien Buemi (SWI / Toro Rosso) at 35,991
8. Rubens Barrichello (BRA / Brawn) at 45,454
9. Heikki Kovalainen (FIN / McLaren) at 48,499
10. Kamui Kobayashi (JPN / Toyota) at 1:03.324
11. Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA / Ferrari) at 1:10.665
12. Vitantonio Liuzzi (ITA / Force India) at 1:11.388
13. Romain Grosjean (FRA / Renault) at 1 lap
14. Jaime Alguersuari (ESP / Toro Rosso) at 1 lap

Fernando Alonso (ESP / Renault), Adrian Sutil (GER / Force India), Jarno Trulli (ITA / Toyota), Nick Heidfeld (GER / BMW Sauber), Nico Rosberg (GER / Williams), Kazuki Nakajima (JPN / Williams)

F1 GP 2009 Standings:
1. Jenson Button (GBR) 89.0pts,
2. Sebastian Vettel (GER) 74.0,
3. Rubens Barrichello (BRA) 72.0,
4. Mark Webber (AUS) 61.5,
5. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) 49.0,
6. Kimi Räikkönen (FIN) 48.0,
7. Nico Rosberg (GER) 34.5,
8. Jarno Trulli (ITA) 30.5,
9. Fernando Alonso (ESP) 26.0,
10. Timo Glock (GER) 24.0,
11. Felipe Massa (BRA) 22.0,
12. Heikki Kovalainen (FIN) 22.0,
13. Robert Kubica (POL) 17.0,
14. Nick Heidfeld (GER) 15.0,
15. Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA) 8.0,
16. Adrian Sutil (GER) 5.0,
17. Sébastien Buemi (SWI) 5.0,
18. Sébastien Bourdais (FRA) 2.0

Constructor Standings
1. Brawn, 161.0pts
2. Red Bull 135.5,
3. McLaren 71.0,
4. Ferrari 70.0,
5. Toyota 54.5,
6. Williams 34.5,
7. BMW Sauber 32.0,
8. Renault 26.0,
9. Force India 13.0,
10. Toro Rosso 7.0

MotoGP Australy 2009: Lorenzo Disaster , Rossi Blessings

Saturday, October 17, 2009 0 comments

Phillip Island - Valentino Rossi could only sit in the second position Australian MotoGP, Casey Stoner at the top. But because the accident Jorge Lorenzo, so 20 points is a blessing for The Doctor to defend the world title.

Pedrosa can directly jump to the forefront when the race starts. Can start the third position, Honda's Spaniard was preceded Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi in front of them.

Bad luck to get Jorge Lorenzo who have directly eliminated in the first corner. Fell from his mount, the Spaniard was dragged several hundred feet and rolled before stopping on the gravel. At the same moment Nicky Hayden also targeting to gravel though he was still able to survive in his Ducati.

In the latest show visible when the accident Lorenzo begins nudging the rear of the motor Hayden. The Spaniard was actually seen successful mastering the steed before he lost control, give up and fall.

Australian MotoGP results
Position Rider Bike Time / Gap
1. Casey Stoner Ducati 40m56.651s
2. Valentino Rossi Yamaha + 1.935s
3. Dani Pedrosa Honda + 22.618s
4. Alex de Angelis Honda Gresini + 32.702s
5. Colin Edwards Tech 3 Yamaha + 35.885s
6. Andrea Dovizioso Honda + 38.482s
7. Marco Melandri Kawasaki Hayate + 44.451s
8. Randy de Puniet Honda LCR + 44.941s
9. Mika Kallio Ducati Pramac + 54.345s
10. Toni Elias Honda Gresini 1m01.205s +
11. Chris Vermeulen Suzuki + 1m05.417s
12. Loris Capirossi Suzuki + 1m05.950s
13. Gabor Talmacsi Scot Honda + 1m17.951s
14. James Toseland Tech 3 Yamaha + 1m17.985s
15. Nicky Hayden Ducati + 1 lap

F1 GP Brazil 2009 Qualifying: Barrichello Pole, Button 14th


Reuters/Sergio Moraes
Brazilian GP last qualification with uncertainty due to bad weather. Rubens Barrichello finally managed to snatch pole position and Jenson Button was just starting in position 14.

The rain had flushed Interlagos circuit since the beginning of qualifying, Saturday (17/10/2009) . And just five minutes of the first qualifying place, the session was stopped because of Giancarlo Fisichella and his car accident blocking the track.

In this qualification, the challenger to world champion Sebastian Vettel was killed. So it is with Lewis Hamilton could even twist and Heikki Kovalainen and Nick Heidfeld.

Increasingly heavy rain made the second qualifier postponed. New walk two minutes, Vitantonio Liuzzi twist, the car hit the wall and his Force India and forcing apart the session was stopped again.

After waiting for tens of minutes, qualifying session continued. The main candidates world champion Jenson Button had to settle for marginalized in this session because only 14 positions.

In the third qualifying session, the weather was better, though still very wet track. Leadership position held alternately between Sebastian Buemi, Barrichello, Robert Kubica, Nico Rosberg and Mark Webber.

At the last minute, Barrichello finally emerge as the fastest driver with the best record of 1 minute 19.576 seconds. This is the first pole in 88 races Rubinho which also opened last chance to compete with Button at the world championships.

Stalk respectively Barrichello is Webber, Adrian Sutil, Jarno Trulli and Kimi Raikkonen.

Brazilian Grand Prix Qualifying Results
Drivers heading Best Time Team
1. Barrichello 1:19.576 Brawn
2. Webber Red Bull 1:19.668
3. Sutil Force India 1:19.912
4. Trulli Toyota 1:20.097
5. Raikkonen Ferrari 1:20.168
6. Buemi Toro Rosso 1:20.250
7. Rosberg Williams 1:20.326
8. Kubica BMW-Sauber 1:20.631
9. Nakajima Williams 1:20.674
10. Alonso Renault 1:21.422
11. Glock Toyota 1:21.960
12. Alguersuari Toro Rosso 1:22.231
13. Grosjean Renault 1:22.477
14. Button 1:22.504 Brawn
15. Liuzzi Force India 1:24.645
16. Webber Red Bull 1:25.009
17. Kovalainen McLaren 1:25.052
18. Hamilton McLaren 1:25.192
19. Heidfeld BMW-Sauber 1:25.515
20. Fisichella Ferrari 1:40.703

GP F1 Suzuka Japan 2009: Vettel victory

Sunday, October 4, 2009 0 comments

REUTERS/Toru Hanai
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel who appeared dominant in successfully ending Japanese Grand Prix races with a victory. With 69 points owned, he re-opened the opportunity to become world champion.

Vettel won the Japanese Grand Prix held at Suzuka Circuit, Sunday (4/10/2009) . The German driver completed 53 laps with a record 1 hour 28 minutes 20.443 seconds.

While the second and third positions occupied by the Toyota drivers Jarno Trulli and McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton.

This victory makes the collection Webber 69 pts. Meanwhile, two major standings, Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello finishing eighth and seventh. These results bring the collection into 85 points and Button 71 Barrichello.

There's also this season still leaves two more series that is in Brazil (18/10/2009) and Abu Dhabi (1 / 11/2009).

Position-Drivers-team-Note Left

1. Webber Red Bull-Renault (B) 1h28: 20,443
2. Trulli Toyota (B) + 4877
3. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes (B) + 6472
4. Raikkonen Ferrari (B) + 7940
5. Rosberg Williams-Toyota (B) + 8793
6. Heidfeld BMW Sauber (B) + 9509
7. Barrichello Brawn-Mercedes (B) + 10,641
8. Button Brawn-Mercedes (B) + 11,474
9. Kubica BMW Sauber (B) + 11,777
10. Alonso Renault (B) + 13,065
11. Kovalainen McLaren-Mercedes (B) + 13,735
12. Fisichella Ferrari (B) + 14,596
13. Sutil Force India-Mercedes (B) + 14,959
14. Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes (B) + 15,734
15. Nakajima Williams-Toyota (B) + 17,973
16. Grosjean Renault (B) + 1 lap
17. Webber Red Bull-Renault (B) + 2 laps

MotoGP Estoril Portuguese 2009: Lorenzo powerful


Jorge Lorenzo really look powerful in Portugal MotoGP race on Sunday (4 / 10/2009). During the 28 lap circuit through Estoril, pebalap Fiat Yamaha dominate the race series to 14 from start until finish with a record 45 minutes travel time of 35.522 seconds.

With the additional received 25 points, now the difference with his team mate Valentino Rossi thinner terpuat only 18 numbers. And the odds won the world title is still wide open, with Rossi no calendar notes clung behind him.

Excellent excellent performance displayed Casey Stoner. Three series have been burned was absent pebalap spirit of Australia to contribute the best results. Stoner's comeback has brought the temperature during the competition performed by two pebalap Yamaha.

Race Live Standing:
P. Driver Team Time
1 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha Factory 45:35.522
2 Casey Stoner Ducati MotoGP 45:41.816
3 Daniel Pedrosa Honda HRC 45:45.411
4 Valentino Rossi Yamaha Factory 45:58.950
5 Colin Edwards Yamaha Tech3 46:08.174
6 Antonio Elias Honda Gresini 46:11.231
7 Andrea Dovizioso Honda HRC 46:11.245
8 Nicky Hayden Ducati MotoGP 46:14.352
9 James Toseland Yamaha Tech3 46:19.615
10 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki MotoGP 46:28.385
11 Randy De Puniet Honda LCR 46:31.220
12 Marco Melandri Hayate Racing 46:40.037
13 Niccolo Canepa Ducati Pramac 46:40.060
14 Gabor Talmacsi Honda Scot 47:02.821
99 Mika Kallio Ducati Pramac 0:00.000

F1 GP Suzuka Japan 2009 Qualifying

Saturday, October 3, 2009 0 comments

Reuters/Toru Hanai
Sebastian Vettel shine in the Japanese Grand Prix qualifying session. The results are rewarded with a pole position in tomorrow's race belonged to the young driver's Red Bull.

On the mat qualification in Suzuka Circuit, Japan, Saturday (3/10/2009), Vettel was the fastest in Q3 after he recorded the fastest time, 1 minute 32.160 seconds. Toyota drivers straddling Vettel, Jarno Trulli, in the second position with 1 minute 32.220 seconds. This also is the fourth pole Webber in F1 this season.

Singapore Grand Prix champion last week, Lewis Hamilton, must be content to be in third position with a record of 1 minute 32.395. Underneath Adrian Sutil followed with 1 minute 32.466 seconds.

Duet GP racer Brawn, Rubens Barrichello in fifth and Jenson Button in seventh position. In between there is the BMW Sauber driver, Nick Heidfeld. Kimi Räikkönen, Heikki Kovalainen and Sebastien Buemi complete sequence of ten drivers.

Prime qualification session Suzuka circuit after two years out of solution is also characterized other Toyota driver, Timo Glock. Toward the end of Q2, co Trulli hit the wall and cause it to be transported immediately to hospital suffering from injuries to his legs.

This is a serious blow to the Glock, since he had just declared fit to race after missing the FP FP 1 and 2. To start the position next Glock will only be known when the race starts.

Kinship with the Glock Toro Rosso, Jaime Alguersuari, who car share kissed the wall in the early start of Q2. The Spanish driver was also about to start his known position when the race starts tomorrow.

For Mark Webber, Red Bull driver options, must start the race from pit lane due to the session just 3 FP, car accident and could not follow this qualifying session.

F1 GP Suzuka Japan 2009 Qualifying session results:
1. Webber Red Bull-Renault
2. Trulli Toyota
3. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes
4. Heidfeld BMW-Sauber
5. Raikkonen Ferrari
6. Rosberg Williams-Toyota
7. Kubica BMW-Sauber
8. Sutil Force India-Mercedes *
9. Barrichello Brawn-Mercedes *
10. Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari
11. Button Brawn-Mercedes *
12. Fisichella Ferrari
13. Kovalainen McLaren-Mercedes **
14. Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari *
15. Nakajima Williams-Toyota
16. Grosjean Renault
17. Alonso Renault *
18. Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes **
19. Glock Toyota ***
20. Webber Red Bull-Renault ***

* 5 grid penalty
** 5 grid penalty for gearbox change
*** New chassis, start from the pit lane
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