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23rd January 2016, 22:28 at 10:28 pm #311726
I think I will go for this: Three cars in one go and in damp condtions by a rookie:13th September 2015, 17:27 at 5:27 pm #305130
F1 2005, had a fantastic intro, with Butterflies and Hurricanes (by Muse) in the background. Amazing combination.8th February 2015, 15:30 at 3:30 pm #291895
The exact next day a 16 year old child gets disappointed after his hero has contact with JPM (1:55)28th December 2014, 10:08 at 10:08 am #289626
I just wish Audi would have chosen this livery. Stunning.5th September 2014, 12:51 at 12:51 pm #273433
Pretty good progress I guess, seeing how hard the impact was.4th September 2014, 23:08 at 11:08 pm #273353
What are the latest news about Aleshin?4th September 2014, 23:05 at 11:05 pm #273352
As a guy (xMattyG1) from Youtube said: 55 camera changes, only a second on the T-Cam. Ridiculous in my opinion, what are the showing exactly?2nd September 2014, 19:59 at 7:59 pm #273164
Forgot to say that my pitlane is support races one, the second start-finish straight :)2nd September 2014, 11:39 at 11:39 am #273138
Bridge before the hotel. I have used some of the tarmac of the current circuit.
I believe it is legal, but if it isn’t, let me know. I won’t go ahead with the commentary before I know it is legal.30th August 2014, 11:27 at 11:27 am #272662
Serious but stable condition for Aleshin, it was a big hit.
Very lucky for Kimball as well, it would be nasty if Aleshin was some inches lower…28th August 2014, 13:07 at 1:07 pm #272525
The pitlane is the line northest at the start/finish of the lap. The circuit is 7km including the around 900m pitlane :)
I guess I must describe it :D
The circuit starts with a quick left corner, and another straight coming. A quick S is coming up and it is followed by a kink and the first braking/overtaking spot on the circuit, which is a left-hander. (Before and after this corner the are some very small chicanes which I didn’t want to have, I may correct it later) A very long, fast corner is following, leading to a chicane which can be very tricky and helps overtaking. Another fast section is following, and we come to a 90-degree corner, another overtaking spot. We go to some easy flat-out kinks and we go to another heavy braking spot. Then we go to a fast left corner, small straight and we go to a fast S to reach the start-finish straight!
Widening is not necessary, maybe only in the part where “Mega Motors” is.28th August 2014, 9:23 at 9:23 am #272509
The pitlane is the line northest at the start/finish of the lap. The circuit is 7km including the around 900m pitlane :)27th August 2014, 12:20 at 12:20 pm #272421
Alonso on Perez, beautiful, quick thinking.22nd August 2014, 15:51 at 3:51 pm #271074
Just to mention it, in 2012 we had changes to the layout. So Power’s lap, doesn’t exactly show the circuit Indycar’s layout.
And I hope Kanaan gets his second win at Sonoma, he deserves one this year.21st August 2014, 12:48 at 12:48 pm #270896
Each driver has three choices, for the time he is in F1. The number he gets depends on who else is on the grid. If Button for example leaves, 22 will be free for anyone to get. Or, for example, Bianchi’s first three choices were: 7, 27 and 77. If Raikkonen, Hulk or Bottas leave Bianchi will get one of his other choices.
But this of it. If each number is for a driver, and for the entirety of his career, in a few years we will run out of them. :D
Also, this number system started this year. From 1996 I think, number 1 was for the defending champion (driver), 2 for his teammate, and the other numbers depended on the constructors championship.
Before that, teams where exchanging numbers, if the one was the defending driver’s champion team, and the other was the successor’s team. For example, in 1989, McLaren had 1 (Senna) and 2 (Prost) and Ferrari 27 (Mansell) and 28 (Berger). Prost won that championship and took 1 with him at Ferrari, with teammate Mansell geting the 2. McLaren got Ferrari’s numbers, 27 (Senna) and 28 (Berger).
PS: Sorry for any grammar or spelling mistakes :)