Penultimate Grand Prix of the season, the Brazilian GP 2015 to prepare the Formula 1 for his farewell, until the next 2016. The suffering of some of the equipment ends, the good times of others also. The next year everyone has an opportunity to improve or at least re-design their projects. Toro Rosso, Red Bull and McLaren, perhaps the three that are most eager to have the end of this season and start the next one with more hope.
The race today has shown that the favorites for the 2016 remain the Mercedes, that despite the difference, have tested some significant improvements ahead of next season, as the S-Duct. Both have cornered the two places highest on the podium today, with quite a big gap with the rest. The race has been a bit boring in the head, but something else moved at the rear, with some overtaking interesting, as the starring Verstappen.
Red Bull and Toro Rosso continue to suffer with the engine of 2015 which has given Renault. The gauls are redesigning the unit of power of face to the coming year. Red Bull it seems that will continue with them, while Toro Rosso might use motors Ferrari. We look forward to the official announcement to end the uncertainty, what we do know is that they will be secure in 2016, ending with threats of departure of the Formula 1.
Precisely these problems have been the have forced Carlos Sainz Jr. has quit again, and they are now 7 times. The engine was stopped at the start of the session having to be towed to be able to take the starting of the output. Have done some checks and have been able to leave, but little has lasted the joy having to remove the beginning of the race. Alonso, who yesterday had problems, today it seems that with the new engine and coming out last has been able to finish and see the checkered flag, something is something…
|5||Valtteri Bottas||Williams||+1 lap||70|
|6||Nico Hülkenberg||Force India||+1 lap||70|
|7||Daniil Kvyat||Red Bull||+1 lap||70|
|8||Felipe Massa||Williams||+1 lap||70|
|9||Romain Grosjean||Lotus||+1 lap||70|
|10||Max Verstappen||Toro Rosso||+1 lap||70|
|11||Pastor Maldonado||Lotus||+1 lap||70|
|12||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||+1 lap||70|
|13||Sergio Perez||Force India||+1 lap||70|
|14||Felipe Nasr||Sauber||+1 lap||70|
|15||Jenson Button||McLaren||+1 lap||70|
|16||Fernando Alonso||McLaren||+1 lap||70|
|17||Marcus Ericsson||Sauber||+2 laps||69|
|18||Will Stevens||Manor||+4 laps||67|
|19||Alexander Rossi||Manor||+4 laps||67|
|20||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Toro Rosso||+71 laps||0|
The next and last appointment, within 15 days. The GP of Abu Dhabi will close the season 2015 for teams to “rest”, to ponder and put to hard work to start 2016 in the best possible position. After the race at the Yas Marina circuit, will test the Pirelli aims to test its new tyres for 2016 and where the teams will use in both sessions of free like the test to be able to try new things. Remember that in Abu Dhabi there will be a Spanish rider more, Roberto rises to the Manor…