Deep Blue
Laman Utama
Gosip Socmed

FIA Formula One 2010

[Copy link]

Author: hyphrigian       Show all posts   Read mode

Post time 10-2-2010 03:58 PM | Show all posts
97# yastross nyanyi lagi bagus dia ni

Use magic Report

Post time 10-2-2010 04:05 PM | Show all posts
Force India VJM03 technical specifications

Chassis: Carbon fibre composite monocoque with Zylon legality side anti-intrusion panels.
Front suspension: Aluminium uprights with carbon fibre composite wishbones, trackrod and pushrod. Inboard chassis mounted torsion springs, dampers and anti-roll bar assembly.
Rear suspension: Aluminium uprights with carbon fibre composite wishbones, trackrod and pushrod. Inboard gearbox mounted torsion springs, dampers and anti-roll bar assembly.
Wheels: BBS forged wheels to Force India specification
Clutch: AP Racing carbon clutch
Tyres: Bridegestone Potenza
Brake system: AP Racing
Brake material: Carbone Industrie
Dampers: Penske

Wheel base: 3500mm
Front track: 1480mm
Rear track: 1420mm
Overall height: 950mm
Overall length: 4900mm
Overall weight: 620kg (with driver, by regulations)

Engine supplier: Mercedes Benz High Performance Engines V8 2.4-litre
Transmission: McLaren Racing 7-speed, semi-automatic, e-shift
Lubricants: Mobil 1 products
Spark plugs: NGK

bleh tahan gak spec

Use magic Report

 Author| Post time 10-2-2010 05:36 PM | Show all posts

Use magic Report

Post time 10-2-2010 11:07 PM | Show all posts
Jerez update: Morning session belongs to Rosberg

Wednesday 10th February 2010

The morning session at Jerez on Wednesday belonged to Nico Rosberg, partly because the rain meant no one was able to challenge the time he set during the only dry hour of running.

Formula One arrived to the Spanish track on Wednesday for the start of a four-day test with rain forecast throughout the week. And it wasn't long before it came down.

With heavy cloud cover overhead, the drivers made a quick start to testing with Rosberg completing 11 laps in the opening hour and posting a best time of 1:20.927 to edge ahead of Sebastien Buemi and Nico Hulkenberg.

Minutes later the rain came down, putting an end to the battle on the timesheets, although not the on-track action as the drivers adjusted to the conditions and continued to lap the track.

"Rain in Jerez is getting worse and worse..." Hulkenberg revealed on Twitter. But that didn't stop the Williams rookie from putting in the most laps. The German amassed 55 before the session was stopped by Mark Webber as his new RB6, launched prior to testing, ground to a halt out on track.

It was the first red flag of the day and kept the drivers in their garages for 26 minutes as the marshals collected Webber's car, put it on the flatbed truck and took it back to the Red Bull garage. Initial reports claim it was an oil leak that caused Webber to stop.

Meanwhile, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso had a problem-free morning as he put in the laps, finishing ahead of Sauber's Kamui Kobayashi.

Jenson Button held onto his sixth place as McLaren were forced to put out fires raised by the unusual looking device attached to his McLaren, which measures aerodynamic flow structures.

The team was quick to insist that there was no cause for alarm and that the device is just part of "normal engineering work."

Tonio Liuzzi, debuting Force India's VJM03, had a solid but not spectacular morning with the team telling Autosport that "all okay. Working through general installation checks this morning and then balance checks this afternoon."

Vitaly Petrov was eighth for Renault, finishing ahead of Webber.

Unofficial Times
1. N. Rosberg Mercedes GP W01 1:20.927 24 laps
2. S. Buemi Toro Rosso STR5 1:21.031 +0.104 39 laps
3. N. Hlkenberg Williams FW32 1:22.243 +1.316 laps
4. F. Alonso Ferrari F10 1:22.895 +1.968 34 laps
5. K. Kobayashi Sauber C29 1:23.287 +2.360 24 laps
6. J. Button McLaren MP4-25 1:24.947 +4.020 39 laps
7. V. Liuzzi Force India VJM-03 1:24.968 +4.041 29 laps
8. V. Petrov Renault R30 1:25.440 +4.513 9 laps
9. M. Webber Red Bull Racing RB6 1:26.502 +5.575 47 laps

di sebelah pagi....resultnya menyebelahi mercedes

maknanya Shumi la tu.....

Use magic Report

Post time 11-2-2010 06:32 AM | Show all posts
ari hujan.....

en button tsk rasa menyesal ke tinggal team WC :geram:

Use magic Report

Post time 11-2-2010 10:40 AM | Show all posts
104# Yo-Ya team lain guna pendekatan lain lgpun hari dah hujan

bleh tahan gak driver williams nico hulk tu..boleh dapat fastest lap dalam track basah

Use magic Report

Post time 11-2-2010 10:41 AM | Show all posts
105# Yo-Ya mcm takde sape peduli button kali ni even dia jadi WC

rata2 byk tertumpu pada alonso,schumy/hamilton ngan vettel

Use magic Report

Post time 11-2-2010 10:54 AM | Show all posts
name button  tenggelam bile shumi masuk F1

Use magic Report

Post time 11-2-2010 10:56 AM | Show all posts
4. F. Alonso Ferrari F10 1:22.895 +1.968 34 laps

8. V. Petrov Renault R30 1:25.440 +4.513 9 laps

aduhhhhh beza 3saat lagi....
jauh beza ni....

Use magic Report

Post time 12-2-2010 02:59 AM | Show all posts
F1: Kamui Kobayashi puts lightweight Sauber in first place

By Ren Fagnan,
View author's other articles
Thursday, February 11, 2010

Japanese rookie Kamui Kobayashi put a lightweight Sauber in first place at the very end of the second day of official Formula 1 testing at circuit Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. According the Sauber track engineer Giampaolo Dall'Ara, the Sauber ran with a high fuel load during most of the day until Kabayashi was sent out "with a lighter car".

Sebastien Buemi was quickest in his Toro Rosso until Kobayashi demoted him from the top of the charts. Jenson Button, who declared himself much happier with the seat and installation set the third fastest time ahead of "The Hulk", Nico Hulkenberg (Williams), Vitantinio Liuzzi (Force India, making steady progress) and Michael Schumacher (Mercedes).

Timo Glock only managed to complete a few laps before the Virgin team noticed there was an issue with the fixation points of the nose of the VR-01. The team stopped the car until tomorrow when new parts will be delivered.

Jerez, Day 2, Thursday:

Pos Driver Team Time* Gap
1 Kobayashi Sauber 1m19.950s
2 Buemi Toro Rosso 1m20.026s +0.076
3 Button McLaren 1m20.618s +0.668
4 Hulkenberg Williams 1m20.629s +0.679
5 Liuzzi Force India 1m20.754s +0.804
6 Schumacher Mercedes 1m21.083s +1.133
7 Alonso Ferrari 1m21.424s +1.474
8 Kubica Renault 1m22.003s +2.053
9 Webber Red Bull 1m22.043s +2.093
10 Glock Virgin 1m29.964s +10.014

Use magic Report

Post time 12-2-2010 09:26 PM | Show all posts
Explained: Race penalties in 2010

Formula 1 Grand Prix stewards are presented with a number of options for punishing unruly drivers over the course of a Grand Prix distance, with in-race or post-race penalties both being possible. We explain how the system works

For any incident during a Grand Prix - such as a jump start or cutting a chicane and gaining an advantage - stewards are presented with three options for penalties:

a) A drive-through penalty: The driver must enter the pit lane and re-join the race without stopping

b) A ten second time penalty: The driver must enter the pit lane, stop at his pit for at least ten seconds and then re-join the race

There are, however, a number of complexities relating to when a penalty can be applied, as F1 governing body the FIA explains:

'Should either of the penalties under a) and b) be imposed during the last five laps, or after the end of a race, these will not apply and (instead) 20 seconds will be added to the elapsed race time of the driver concerned in the case of a) and 30 seconds in the case of b).'

When there are more than five laps to go in a race, the follow situations will take place:

a) The stewards will give written notification of the penalty which has been imposed to the competitor concerned and will ensure that this information is also displayed on the timing monitors

b) From the time the stewards' decision is notified on the timing monitors, the relevant driver may cross the (finish) line on the track no more than twice before entering the pit lane

The driver in question may not take the penalty under Safety Car conditions unless he was already entering the pit lane when the Safety Car came out.

'Whilst a car is stationary in the pit lane as a result of incurring a time penalty it may not be worked on. However, if the engine stops it may be started after the time penalty period has elapsed.'

Use magic Report

Post time 12-2-2010 09:29 PM | Show all posts
109# akughi tu yang alonso tak dapat naik podium tahun lepas....

aku rasa tahun ni mungkin OK sikit kot....

jangan duk bersain dengan virgin, lotus sudah

Use magic Report

Post time 12-2-2010 09:36 PM | Show all posts
The FIA has published the updated rules for the 2010 F1 season.

F1teams will no longer declare their starting fuel weights and post-racepenalties have been changed meaning drivers could have up to half aminute added to their race time by the stewards.

Changes to the sporting rules
Stewardshand out post-race penalties in situations where drivers would be givendrive-through or stop-go penalties, but incur them too late in the racefor that to be possible.
Last year stewards could only give 25second penalties, but now they will be able to give 20 second penaltiesto drivers who would have received drive-through penalties, and 30seconds to those who would have had stop-go penalties.
Drivers who get penalties during the race will now have only two laps to serve them instead of three.


The widely-discussed ban on refuelling is in the rules:
29.1 a) Refuelling is only permitted in the teams designated garage area.
b)  No car may be refuelled after it has left the pit lane for the first time whilst the pit exit is open for the
c)  Fuel may not be added to nor removed from a car during a race.
29.2 No car may be refuelled, nor may fuel be removed from a car, at a rate greater than 0.8 litres/second.
TheFIA has also deleted the requirement for teams to publish their fuelloads before the race. This is no great surprise, as the fuel load nolonger has as great a bearing on race strategy, and F1s enginemanufacturers may not want people working out which of their units arethe most efficient.


In place ofrace fuel qualifying the FIA is now forcing the top ten qualifiers tostart the race on the tyres they set their best time on. Heres thewording of the rule:
25.4 d) At the start of the raceeach car which took part in Q3 must be fitted with the tyres with whichthe driver set his grid time. This will only be necessary ifdry-weather tyres were used to set the grid time and if dry-weather areused at the start of the race. Any such tyres damaged during Q3 will beinspected by the FIA technical delegate who will decide, at hisabsolute discretion, whether any may be replaced and, if so, whichtyres they should be replaced with.
The total numberof tyres available to a driver has also been reduced to 11 sets ofdry-weather tyres (six prime and five option).
A new clauserequires drivers to hand some tyres back after FP1, which is no doubtto encourage more teams to run [color=#666666 ! important][color=#666666 ! important]cars in the often-quiet first session.
Eachnominated driver will be allocated three sets of dry-weather tyres foruse during P1 and P2, two of prime specification and one of optionspecification. These are the only dry-weather tyres which may be usedduring these sessions. One set of prime specification must bereturned to the [color=#666666 ! important][color=#666666 ! important]tyre supplier before the start of P2 and one set ofeach specification before the start of P3.

Team must now homologate certain parts of their cars at the start of the championship which they cannot change.
28.7a) One specification of each of the following parts must be homologatedprior to the first Event of the Championship season:

Use magic Report

Post time 13-2-2010 01:52 PM | Show all posts
ntah-ntah kobayashi menang tahun ni.. isk..

Use magic Report

Post time 15-2-2010 06:03 PM | Show all posts
Campos-Dallara chassis in production despite financial issues

The Dallara built chassis for the Campos Meta team is already in production, after having completed and passed all the required crash tests as requested by the FIA, although financial issues still exist. It is reported that Campos have an outstanding account with Dallara for their F1 chassis, with the former still looking for sponsor/investor revenue to complete the payments.

"I can say with pride that we have done a good job in design and development, all safety [crash] tests have been passed and production has gone ahead," said Gian Paolo Dallara.

Adding, "Unfortunately, factors outside our control are slowing the process down, but I am confident that we can find solutions so that our work is not lost."

Of the four new teams, only half have presented their cars while only Virgin having officialy tested thus far. Lotus will join the rest of the teams next week for their first official track outing.

#Sian tgk team yg x dak pitih....

Use magic Report

Post time 15-2-2010 06:05 PM | Show all posts
Force India introduce outboard mirrors

Outboard mirrors are more and more becoming the standard, and Force India is now jumping on the bandwagon by replacing its inboard mirrors - connected to the cockpit sides - with mirrors fixed on top of the sidepod panels.

BMW Sauber is one of the teams to have made the same design change during this season. Renault on the other hand are using conventional inboard mirrors after having introduced this type of mirror positioning on their Renault R27.

Use magic Report

Post time 17-2-2010 10:55 AM | Show all posts
114# h@i
org jepun tu bawak kereta ringan maksud kurang minyak dalam tangki

Use magic Report

Post time 17-2-2010 10:57 AM | Show all posts
113# Yo-Ya

berpinar2 mata aku baca peraturan baru tu

hope todt bleh kasi F1 bertambah seronok

Use magic Report

Post time 17-2-2010 10:58 AM | Show all posts
116# yastross
camner la if tertanggal masa eksiden

Use magic Report

Post time 17-2-2010 05:29 PM | Show all posts
119# weta_studio

wat donno ajelaa...pecut dan terus pecut...

Use magic Report

You have to log in before you can reply Login | Register | Facebook Login

Points Rules

Get it FREE Google play
Copyright © 1996-2020 Cari Internet Sdn Bhd All Rights Reserved(483575-W)
Private Cloud provided by IPSERVERONE
0.080135s Gzip On
Quick Reply To Top Return to the list