Tag Archive: Brazilian GP

Nov 04

Brazilian GP: Verstappen hopes for another wet Brazilian GP

“I’m hoping for another damp race weekend as I don’t think we can be as competitive there in the dry”

2016-06-11_0174Max Verstappen fears Red Bull won’t be front-running contenders in the dry at Interlagos so is praying for another wet Brazilian Grand Prix to replicate his heroics from last year. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nov 05

History on Rosberg’s side ahead of crunch Brazilian GP

If Rosberg wins at Interlagos he will be crowned champion with a race in hand
History on Rosberg’s side ahead of crunch Brazilian GPNico Rosberg says he has no plans to deviate from his ‘one race at a time’ approach as he heads to the Brazilian Grand Prix knowing a win will be enough to seal a first 2016 F1 World Championship title.
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Jun 23

Interlagos insists Brazilian GP safe, seeking extension

The city’s current contract runs through 2020
Organisers for the Brazilian Grand Prix insist it will complete the renovation work it needs to ensure it remains on the Formula 1 calendar until the end of its contract after Bernie Ecclestone claimed the event is facing the axe.
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Nov 16

Mercedes: We won’t let drivers pursue bad strategies

Mercedes says its drivers can have input on changing their strategies, but says Lewis Hamilton’s Brazilian GP request wasn’t feasible
Mercedes: We won’t let drivers pursue bad strategiesToto Wolff has explained the reasoning behind disallowing Lewis Hamilton from changing his strategy in the Brazilian Grand Prix, insisting a switch to two-stops would have simply dropped him into the clutches of Sebastian Vettel. Read the rest of this entry »
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Aug 30

Ferrari not sure Red Bull to be ‘weak’ at Monza

“They have a very good car; perhaps it’s part of the tactical game.”

Stefano Domenicali is not yet writing off Ferrari’s championship chances, but he also doubts Red Bull is set to suffer a performance dip. Red Bull figures are predicting that Monza in two weeks will be the Austrian team’s weakest venue of the season, but on the similar Spa-Francorchamps layout this weekend, Mark Webber secured pole and drove to second place. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oct 16

Ferrari slow in Brazil with eye on 2010

Ferrari on Friday ended the opening day of the Brazilian GP weekend at the very tail of the timesheets

But with a firm eye already on the 2010 world championship. Kimi Raikkonen was just 18th quickest in the afternoon practice session and Giancarlo Fisichella dead last in the sister car. Read the rest of this entry »

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