Monthly Archives: May 2017

Jenson Button: “I Feel Absolutely No Pressure”


Jenson Button: One of the beneficiaries of the Fernando Alonso presence in the 500 miles of Indianapolis has been J enson Button. The Briton, retired officially after 2016 with that strange possibility to return in 2018, was designated to replace Fernando in the Great Prize of Monaco, proves that the Austrian will be jumped. Jenson Button Although Jenson does not know the vehicles of ...

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Stroll: “I’m Not Here Just To Go To School”

Lance Stroll

Lance Stroll is having a difficult season of debut in Formula 1. Considered by many like the rookie best prepared from Lewis Hamilton after the numerous tests realized during the last year with Williams, the Canadian has not been able to score in any of the first five Race of the campaign. Stroll’s best result so far is 11th place in the ...

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Alonso Will Be Fifth After a Brilliant Classification In The Indlanapolis 500


Scott Dixon’s stratospheric pole for the Indianapolis 500. The Ganassi driver took the preferred position with an average speed of 232,164 miles per hour, far exceeding last year’s pole speed. The New Zealander outperformed second-placed Ed Carpenter, who was able to disrupt Honda’s dominance, half a mile apart. Fernando Alonso Driver Alexander Rossi was third, just ahead of Takuma Sato. The Japanese rider ...

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Previous Grand Prix Of Spain: The European Tour Begins

Grand Prix Of Spain

As usual, the Spanish Grand Prix starts the European tour of the 2017 Formula 1 season. The Barcelona-Catalunya Circuit will host the fifth round of the campaign and open a European races period (with the exception of Canada and Azerbaijan) which will run until the beginning of September. The Catalan race will be the scene of a new battle between Ferrari and Mercedes ...

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The German GP, In Doubt Beyond 2018


The Hockenheim circuit does not ensure that they can continue to host Formula 1 beyond their agreement for 2018. Due to the problems of the Nurburgring, Germany does not have a Grand Prix on the schedule this season, although Hockenheim agreed to host the face test To 2018. German GP However, the race’s director, Georg Seiler, has assured that he does not guarantee that ...

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Williams Is Beaten By Red Bull At The Charts


At the Russian Grand Prix came the change. The Williams team escaped ‘the victory’ in the classification of the tire change faster. After three races in which the British team had no rival, the alternative has arrived with a stratospheric tire change of Max Verstappen and Red Bull, timed in 2.33 seconds, three hundredths faster than Mercedes with the winner of the Career, Valtteri Bottas. ...

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Media Success Of The Fernando Alonso Test

Fernando Alonso Test

Fernando Alonso: Neither in the most favorable forecasts would Indycar have imagined the impact that Fernando Alonso ‘s participation in the 500 miles of Indianapolis would take , let alone at this time of the month, when neither have begun preparations for the event of the year in the North American motorsport. Fernando Alonso Alonso managed to focus on him and Indianapolis on Wednesday , making ...

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