Starts another fantastic weekend with GP, in particular, have taken place in free practice 1 and 2 of GP Austria F1 2016, at the fabulous Red Bull Ring, home of Red Bull. Here has come the torment of a Brexit and its implications for the F1, but that is another topic non-sporting. Red Bull Ring is a circuit that is very small, so you have to give many turns, but located in an extraordinary landscape that reminds you of the surroundings of the Green Hell German. In addition, the circuit has been resurfacing to the full as you know…
In the first session there has been a lot of movement with some updates from some teams. The most remarkable of McLaren, who has brought a rear spoiler again with some grooves are very pronounced in the endplates of the same. The Woking have been testing the new spoiler on the car Button and the old on the car of Fernando Alonso, so they have a comparison between the two, since they were not sure of their effectiveness and needed to try it and compare the data obtained by both models on the track.
According to McLaren, will have to be aware of the gearbox Fernando Alonso, who could give a surprise in this GP, I hope not and can score points. Less uncertainty has Sebastian Vettel, who has had to change gearbox and therefore will incur a penalty of 5 positions on the grill, whatever you do tomorrow in qualifying. Careful also with the penalties for lack of reliability of Hamilton, because it could make it easier for your team-mate…
Following with Vettel, we have seen that has had problems. Both drivers of Maranello have complained enough, and we have seen outputs of track of both (like that of Verstappen, who has been pushed into the gravel in the free 1). But the most pronounced has been the German in the second session, caused by some problems in your car, as it crashed and was off in a corner of the circuit. This has made the session ends there for him, leaving his car out of the game. Sad to see the halo Ferrari nueov here, who have tradido to prove it, but what’s most sad is that next year it will be all.
Eye! I am Not against the security, but please, that’s why the halo it seems to me unhelpful and ugly. Preferred to the invention of the screen of Red Bull, which seems to me more aesthetic and secure, even though you could implement ne 2018 if the FIA decides.
Results of the free 1
|5||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||1’08″528|
|6||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Toro Rosso||1’08″803|
|8||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||1’08″962|
|9||Daniil Kvyat||Toro Rosso||1’08″990|
|12||Nico Hülkenberg||Force India||1’09″280|
|22||Alfonso Celis||Force India||1’10″860|
Results of the free 2
|3||Nico Hülkenberg||Force India||1’08″580|
|5||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||1’08″649|
|6||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Toro Rosso||1’08″713|
|7||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||1’08″761|
|13||Daniil Kvyat||Toro Rosso||1’09″207|
|14||Sergio Perez||Force India||1’09″226|
The storm seems to have passed is the signings, Force India seems to have its pilots tied, like Red Bull/Toro Rosso, so everything seems to indicate that Ferrari left Kimi. More tomorrow on the circuit Red Bull Ring, to see what the weather does. Today the rain has appeared in free 2, and has done so with strength, leaving the session stop for quite some time while draining a bit of the track. All the breaking news you count on ActualidadMotor, and don’t forget tomorrow to come over here to see the results of the free 3 and the classification. The goal of tomorrow for the two spaniards, to be in Q3, while Alonso has more complicated than Sainz.