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Hari Ini Dalam Sejarah Formula 1

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Post time 17-1-2013 03:48 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
maksudnya apa yg berlaku hari ini dalam f1
aku copy paste dari porem obersi saja nak kongsi kat sini
harap momod tak kesah





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January 1st

1965 - Jim Clark, driving for Lotus, won the opening race of the season at the South African Grand Prix held at Prince George Circuit. He dominated from pole position and also got the fastest lap honors on his way to victory. He finished half a minute ahead of another front row starter John Surtees, driving for Ferrari. John was challenged for the position by Graham Hill, but Hill felt 3 seconds short and finished in 3rd, driving for BRM. This was 14th win of Clark's career, meanwhile Surtees successfully kicked off his title defense. This race also saw the debut of a future triple world champion Jackie Stewart. Jackie finished in 6th and scored 1 point, driving for BRM. There was also another debut by the Goodyear tire company.

1966 - Mike Spence, driving for Team Lotus, won the opening event of the season - the 12th South African Grand Prix, which was a non-championship event for that year. He had no competition, especially after both of the works Brabham's retired - pole-sitter Jack Brabham retired with fuel injection pump problem, while 3rd on the grid Denny Hulme retired with gearbox issues. From 12th on the grid, two laps in second place was Jo Siffert driving a Rob Walker Racing entered Brabham. Peter Arundell also came from low on the grid (13th) and completed the podium for Team Lotus.

1968 - Jim Clark was once again a dominant force as he turned a pole position into a race win at the opening event of the season - the South African Grand Prix held at Kyalami. He also took the fastest lap honors in a race which sadly turned out to be his last ever Grand Prix as he was killed three months later in a Formula 2 event at Hockenheim. Graham Hill was the best of the rest as he completed a Lotus 1-2. Jochen Rindt, driving for Brabham, was the only other driver on par with the Lotus'es as he finished just 5 seconds behind Hill in 3rd, last car on the lead lap (others were 2 or more laps down). This was Jim Clark's 25th and last career win. Meanwhile, Jean-Pierre Beltoise finished in 6th for Matra and scored his first ever point.
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January 2nd

1962 - Trevor Taylor won the non-championship Cape Grand Prix after a race-long battle with his team-mate and pole-sitter Jim Clark ended in a latter spinning off the track. Nevertheless, Clark recovered to be less than a second behind and completed a Team Lotus 1-2. Clark also got the fastest lap as a consolation. Jo Bonnier was the leader early on, but eventually succumbed the to the Lotus'es and finished 3rd in a Porsche. The race was held on Killarney circuit.

1967 - Pedro Rodriguez won the opening race of the season at the South African Grand Prix. Denny Hulme was the leader after passing the pole-sitter Jack Brabham when he spun, but then everything was turned upside down as Brabham retired midway through, while Hulme had to stop for brake fluid. These happenings meant that after passing John Surtees early on, an African sensation John Love from a now non-existing state of Rhodesia emerged in a lead in his Cooper. Unfortunately with just seven laps to go a misfire prompted him to make a precautionary stop for extra fuel and he dropped back to finish second giving the win away to Rodriguez. John Surtees held on to 3rd in his first race with Honda. This was a first ever win for Pedro Rodriguez and only ever podium for John Love. Meanwhile, Bob Anderson finished in 5th for Brabham and scored his last ever points.
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January 9th

1965 - Australian Paul Hawkins won the first non-championship event of the season. It was the 2nd Cape South Easter Trophy race held at Killarney circuit. He was driving for Brabham.

1977 - Jody Scheckter came through the field from 11th and scored a shock win for the debuting Wolf team at the opening race of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix held at the track now known as Autodromo Juan y Oscar Galvez in Buenos Aires, after the leaders had their troubles with front row starters and early leaders James Hunt (McLaren) and John Watson (Brabham) both retiring with suspension failures, while Carlos Pace (Brabham) who then emerged in the lead, but couldn't handle the heat, was forced to surrender the lead to Jody Scheckter. Mario Andretti (Lotus) also passed Pace, but a wheel bearing failure forced him to retire just two laps from the end, giving 2nd back to Pace and 3rd to the local hero Carlos Reutemann (Ferrari). That was Scheckter's 5th career win. Meanwhile, for Carlos Pace this was his last ever podium.
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January 12th

1975 - Emerson Fittipaldi (McLaren) successfully started his title defence by winning the opening race of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix. Carlos Reutemann (Ferrari) was the leader off the line after initial pole-sitter Jean-Pierre Jarier (Shadow) retired on a warm-up lap while new pole man Carlos Pace (Brabham) got outstarted. Pace then regained the lead on lap 15 only to spin out a lap later and Reutemann retook the lead from him, but developed understeer and was passed by James Hunt (Hesketh) and later Fittipaldi. Hunt, however, did not survive in the lead and was eventually passed by Fittipaldi. Later on, Carlos Reutemann also moved up passed Pace after the latter also had engine problems too and recovered to the podium position. This was 13th win of Emerson's career.
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January 13th

1957 - Juan Manuel Fangio (driving for Maserati) successfully kicked off his title defence by winning the Argentine Grand Prix which was the opening round of the season. He had lost some opposition after pole-sitter Stirling Moss (Maserati) had throttle linkage problem on the start line, costing him several laps. This left Fangio and 3rd on the grid Jean Behra (Maserati) racing away into the distance. They exchanged positions twice, but eventually Fangio emerged on top winning by 18 seconds. Carlos Menditeguy was the best of the rest as he completed the podium in a Maserati 1-2-3-4. Speaking of Italians, the grid consisted of 7 Ferrari's and 7 Maserati's. This was Fangio's 21st career win and his 4th home race win in a row. This was also the only ever podium for Carlos Menditeguy. Meanwhile, Alfonso de Portago and Jose Froilan Gonzalez finished in a shared 5th for Ferrari and shared the two championship points. For both of them that was their last ever point, while for de Portago this race also turned out to be his last ever Grand Prix.

1974 - Denny Hulme (McLaren) came from 10th on the grid and racked up a win in the opening round of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix. James Hunt (March) led at the start, but spun on lap 3 giving away the lead to local hero Carlos Reutemann (Brabham). He then led for 50 laps or so, only to suffer a heart-breaking retirement when he ran out of fuel with a lap to go, giving away the win to Hulme. Niki Lauda (Ferrari) also came from the bottom end of the top 10 and finished in 2nd. His team-mate Clay Regazzoni had a steady race from a front-row start, got the fastest lap and finished in 3rd. This was Denny Hulme's 8th and last career win. Also, for Niki Lauda this was his first ever podium finish. There was another "first" as Patrick Depailler's 6th place finish for Tyrrell earned him his first ever point.

1980 - Alan Jones (driving for Williams) dominated from pole and won at the opening round of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix. Jacques Laffite (Ligier) was the only one to challenge Jones, but he retired from the lead with an engine failure just after half way point. His team-mate Didier Pironi also had the same problem (on lap 1). These retirements gave away second place to Nelson Piquet (Brabham). Keke Rosberg came from 13th on the grid and finished in a distant 3rd for Fittipaldi Automotive. This was Jones'es 6th career win, while Nelson Piquet got his first ever podium. It was the same case for Rosberg - this was also his first ever podium. And these were not all of the career "first's". Bruno Giacomelli (Alfa Romeo) came from 20th on the grid to score his first career points for a 5th place finish. Meanwhile, the last of the points scorers was a guy named Alain Prost who finished in 6th for McLaren on his F1 debut. Also I'm pretty sure that you noticed: 4 of the top 6 finishers went on to become World Champion - Piquet in 1981, 1983, 1987; Prost in 1985, 1986, 1989, 1993; Rosberg in 1982; Jones in 1980.
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January 15th

1978 - Mario Andretti (Lotus) led every single lap on his way to winning the opening race of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix. Niki Lauda (Brabham) came from 5th to 2nd, with passing Ronnie Peterson (Lotus) and Carlos Reutemann (Ferrari) who both dropped through the field and benefiting from John Watson's (Brabham) engine failure with 10 laps to go. Patrick Depailler came half a second behind Lauda and finished in 3rd for Tyrrell. That was Andretti's 7th career win. This race saw the debut of the future F1 powerhouse - the Williams F1 team. The lone entry - Alan Jones, qualified 14th in a field of 24, but failed to finish.
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January 16th

1955 - Juan Manuel Fangio (a driver for Mercedes) survived the big heat and went through the whole race without needing a relief driver which led to an easy win at the opening round of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix held at Buenos Aires. Hot weather (this was the hottest grand prix ever recorded at 40 degrees Celsius, a shared record) led to a massive amount of subs which meant that 2nd and 3rd places were shared by three drivers each: Jose Froilan Gonzalez, Nino Farina and Maurice Trintignant shared 2nd place for Ferrari, while... Nino Farina and Maurice Trintignant then also managed to share 3rd spot, but this time with Umberto Maglioli, again for Ferrari. Meanwhile in 4th... yes, you guess it - a three way share with Hans Hermann, Karl Kling, Stirling Moss - all in there for the Mercedes. In the end there were 9 different drivers that scored points which is epic when you consider that usually only the top 5 were able to get the points back then. This was Fangio's 14th career win. Meanwhile, for both Jose Froilan Gonzalez and Umberto Maglioli this was their last ever podium.
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January 17th

1954 - Juan Manuel Fangio proved that the new Maserati 250F is a beast and swept everyone aside as he won on the cars debut at the Argentine Grand Prix which was the opening round of the season, held at Autdromo 17 de Octubre in Buenos Aires. Meanwhile, the upgraded Ferrari's were uncompetitive compared to the local man Fangio, but were fast enough to beat other Maserati's and finished 2-3-4. Pole man Nino Farina was 2nd and over one minute down, Jose Froilan Gonzalez was 3rd, two minutes down and was also the last car on a lead lap. Maurice Trintignant was 4th. Fangio's 8th career win set him on his way to try and regain the world title. Meanwhile, Elie Bayol finished in 5th for Gordini and recorded his only ever points finish.
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Post time 17-1-2013 04:20 PM | Show all posts
kelabu asap aku nak membace...gambo tak de ke 19.....
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 Author| Post time 17-1-2013 04:31 PM | Show all posts
akughi posted on 17-1-2013 04:20 PM
kelabu asap aku nak membace...gambo tak de ke 19.....

ko plak bukak thread pasal revolusi keta f1
dari bentuk keta huduh sampai jadi hensem mcm sekarang
rajin²lah cari gambarnya
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Post time 17-1-2013 04:36 PM | Show all posts
satusembilan posted on 17-1-2013 04:31 PM
ko plak bukak thread pasal revolusi keta f1
dari bentuk keta huduh sampai jadi hensem mcm sekaran ...

minggu depan la aku bukak
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Post time 17-1-2013 04:37 PM | Show all posts
satusembilan posted on 17-1-2013 04:31 PM
ko plak bukak thread pasal revolusi keta f1
dari bentuk keta huduh sampai jadi hensem mcm sekaran ...

thread declare team F1 tu bile weta nak bukak...ni dah nak abis bulan satu...nnt tak sempat nak buat iklan

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January 18th

1953 - Alberto Ascari utterly dominated as went from pole position onto lapping everyone at the opening round of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix held in Buenos Aires. Luigi Villoresi made it a Ferrari 1-2 after front row starter Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati) had transmission problems. Jose Froilan Gonzalez salvaged something for Maserati as he completed the podium after Nino Farina's Ferrari, sadly, crashed into the crowd killing 13. That was Ascari's 9th career win and his 7th in a row. Meanwhile, Oscar Alfredo Galvez (after whom the track was later renamed, by the way) finished in 5th for Maserati and scored 2 points in what turned out to be his only ever Grand Prix start. By the way this race was the very first F1 race held outside of Europe (excluding the Indy 500's which ran to different regulations, of course).
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January 19th

1958 - Stirling Moss (Cooper) made one of the biggest steps in motorsports history as he drove from 7th on the grid to win the opening round of the season at the Argentine Grand Prix (held at Buenos Aires) after passing the pole sitter Juan Manuel Fangio (Maserati) just before half way point after the latter started to drop back. Moss drove a Rob Walker privately entered Cooper T43 and scored not only the first ever win for a privateer team in Formula One, but more importantly he scored the first ever Grand Prix win for a rear engined car. To add to that, this was also the first win for Cooper. Luigi Musso (Ferrari) came quite close to winning, but finished less than 3 seconds behind in 2nd. Mike Hawthorn led very early on, but lost positions to Moss, Musso and Fangio and eventually finished in 3rd for Ferrari after Fangio's drop off. Fangio hung on to 4th and he was the last car on the lead lap. This was Moss'es 7th career win.
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 Author| Post time 20-1-2013 12:56 PM | Show all posts
January 20th

1952 - Jose Froilan Gonzalez started the season in the right direction after he won the first event of the season - a non-championship 11th Rio de Janeiro Grand Prix held at Gavea. Gonzalez drove for Ferrari.
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Post time 21-1-2013 10:10 AM | Show all posts
cantekk..thread yg bagus..

nak highlight thread ni..satusembilan nak kaler ape?
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Post time 21-1-2013 10:11 AM | Show all posts
akughi posted on 17-1-2013 04:37 PM
thread declare team F1 tu bile weta nak bukak...ni dah nak abis bulan satu...nnt tak sempat nak bu ...

awal lagi nak declare..sbb test pun belum lagi..

nak predict setiap team pun tak tau lagi..entah2 team marussia plak jadi pencabar utama..
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Post time 21-1-2013 10:14 AM | Show all posts
weta_studio posted on 21-1-2013 10:11 AM
awal lagi nak declare..sbb test pun belum lagi..

nak predict setiap team pun tak tau lagi..enta ...

kalo team marussia jadi pencabar...aku nak usulkn kat alonso suh masuk team ni.....
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weta_studio posted on 21-1-2013 10:10 AM
cantekk..thread yg bagus..

nak highlight thread ni..satusembilan nak kaler ape?

pink sebab takde thread kaler pink kat page depan

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