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FIA FORMULA ONE 2014

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Post time 11-3-2014 11:17 AM | Show all posts
weta_studio posted on 11-3-2014 11:10 AM
tu zaman montoya power

ada backup dr BMW..

mengalah jugak williams akhirnya, mungkin sebab masalah kewangan

sebelum² ni kalau sponsor nak masuk kena pakai warna korporat dorang, biru putih

petronas masa zaman bmw williams pun kaler biru
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Post time 11-3-2014 11:19 AM | Show all posts
BelovedTaeyeon posted on 11-3-2014 10:51 AM
Williams punya livery memang cantik.

Macam masa zaman Ralf dengan Montoya.

yg pakai enjin mercedes musim ni memang ada peluang nak menang
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Post time 11-3-2014 11:20 AM | Show all posts
satusembilan posted on 11-3-2014 11:19 AM
yg pakai enjin mercedes musim ni memang ada peluang nak menang

Yang mana satu tu?

Mercedes ada dua(2)

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Post time 11-3-2014 11:22 AM | Show all posts
weta_studio posted on 11-3-2014 11:16 AM
tu masa schumy dominasi..mana bole celen

kimi pun nakcelen tak dapat2

mcm skrg la..vettel dominant

takde sapa bole lawan..hamilton/alonso/kimi sendiri..jauh sgt

Newey tu memang genius.

Tengok botak kepala la

Tah mana dia dapat tweak sikit2 dari aerodynamics Red Bull tu.

Terkincit semua nak kejar.


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Post time 11-3-2014 11:24 AM | Show all posts
BelovedTaeyeon posted on 11-3-2014 11:20 AM
Yang mana satu tu?

Mercedes ada dua(2)

musim ni yg pakai enjin mercedes - merc gp, mclaren, force india dan williams

empat² team ni ada peluang menang berdasarkan pre season testing

yg pakai enjin ferrari ada gak peluang

team² yg pakai enjin renault nampaknya bermasalah musim ni


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Post time 11-3-2014 11:35 AM | Show all posts
satusembilan posted on 11-3-2014 11:24 AM
musim ni yg pakai enjin mercedes - merc gp, mclaren, force india dan williams

empat² team  ...

Nice.

Turbo era has come

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Post time 11-3-2014 09:42 PM | Show all posts


Kimi in the simulator room #HorsePower












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Post time 12-3-2014 07:38 AM | Show all posts
It's a big year for...Alonso and Raikkonen
Why there can only be one victor at Ferrari during the 2014 season





Why? Because Kimi and Fernando is actually Kimi versus Fernando in what will be the box-office duel of the year.

Up for grabs: number one status at the pre-eminent marque in F1, the defeat of another World Championship rival, and the first definitive, single-swooping reshaping of the F1 pecking order at its pinnacle since Lewis Hamilton claimed superstar status alongside Alonso in 2007.
And like all the best duels, there can only be one winner. A reputation-enhancing outcome for both protagonists is, with a stretch of the imagination, conceivable - a tight battle determined by the slenderest of fortunate margins with the victor claiming the 2014 title, and so on - but the best bet is that the year will conclude with definitive evidence that either Fernando or Kimi ought to be ranked over and above the other.

Naturally, the Alonso aficionados are convinced their man will prevail. Likewise, Kimi's army of admirers are adamant the Finn will win out. Most pertinently, there are plenty of seasoned F1 observers who are leaping onto the nearest fence to declare it's too close to call. No wonder: both Kimi and Fernando are of the absolute highest order and their pairing is Ferrari's first all-champion line-up in over 50 years. This is unknown territory for them and us.

            


                    
What we do know is that Alonso has a couple of critical advantages on his side. He has the high ground of familiarity with his machinery - consider Hamilton's year-long difficulties with the braking system on his Mercedes to appreciate the challenge an incoming driver immediately faces - and surrounds. Yet Ferrari is a known entity to the returning Raikkonen, 'fazed' does not exist in his personal dictionary and the Finn is conveniently familiar with mastering unfamiliar machinery.


It's also eminently arguable the situation will be more familiar to Kimi than it will to Fernando. Having been insulated from the aggravation of internal competition in his previous four years at Ferrari alongside the subservient and dutiful Felipe Massa, the Spaniard is unaccustomed to sharing number one status - and, judging by 2007, the last year in which he experienced the inconveniences and tribulations of equality, shared status is not something he enjoys.



            


                    
Implosion will be Ferrari's primary fear. Yet after four successive years of Red Bull title doubles, a new partnership - and a new type of partnership - was the logical, essential reaction. Given that the worst possible outcome would be a repeat of what Ferrari have suffered since 2008, when they last won the Constructors' Championship, the team have nothing to lose - or at least nothing more than they have lost for half a decade.


Alonso and Raikkonen, though, have plenty to lose - and plenty to gain, too. Either way, their reputations will never be the same again after 2014.

http://www1.skysports.com/f1/news/22058/9150004/its-a-big-year-forfernando-alonso-and-kimi-raikkonen

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Are Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen a Ferrari dream team?          
                                                                                                                                                                                
  


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

By David Coulthard
BBC F1 co-commentator


http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/formula1/26496267


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Overview: What's new in Formula 1 2014?

12 March 2014 C Formula 1 adopts a brand-new image in 2014, with a regulation shake-up, driver changes and calendar tweaks all adding to unprecedented levels of excitement. GPUpdate.net provides the ultimate refresher guide to what has changed over the winter break, as the field prepares to head out onto the streets of Melbourne...

New technical rules

Engines: Formula 1 enters a new hybrid era in 2014, with 2.4-litre V8 engines moving aside for turbocharged 1.6-litre V6 power units. Capped at 15,000rpm as opposed to 18,000rpm, the powerplants feature two ERS devices. One recovers kinetic energy under braking (MGU-K) and the other heat energy from the exhaust (MGU-H). Drivers get an extra 161bhp for 33 seconds per lap, but it will no longer be activated by a button.

Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault are the three power unit manufacturers supplying the sport's 11 teams.

Gearboxes: Cars now feature eight-speed gearboxes, with fixed ratios for the entire season.

Aerodynamics: Front wings have been narrowed from 1800mm to 1650mm, while rear wings are shallower and the rear-wing main plane has been removed. But the DRS flap can now open to 65mm, 15mm more than 2013.

At the front of the cars, 2014's stringent, low nose height regulations C introduced in a bid to improve safety C have led to a variety of striking interpretations, with most teams adopting a controversial 'finger' solution.

Fuel limit: Drivers must now complete a Grand Prix on just 100kg of fuel. This is around 50kg less than the figures consumed last season, meaning effective fuel management will be a prerequisite to success.

New sporting rules

Double points: One of Formula 1's most unpopular rule changes will see drivers awarded with double points at the final round of the season, which in 2014 is the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Instead of taking 25 points for the win, 50 will be handed out, with 36 for second, 30 for third and so on throughout the remaining top ten positions.

The move, championed by Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone, has been made in a bid to prolong title battles, following the Red Bull team's impressive string of four successive Drivers' and Constructors' crowns.

Penalty points: In the wake of confusing scenarios, the sport has introduced a penalty points system. Offences will result in penalty points being added to a driver's Super Licence; if 12 are collected during the season, the driver will be banned from the next Grand Prix, following which the amassed points will be taken away.

Penalty points will remain on a driver's Super Licence for 12 months, after which they will be fully wiped out.

Five second penalties: A five-second penalty will be introduced this season to punish minor infringements. Drivers will either be forced to serve the penalty ahead of a pit-stop, or stewards will add it to their race time.

Qualifying: The three-phase knockout system, introduced back in 2006, will remain in place for the 2014 season, but minor modifications have been made to improve the on-track spectacle, specifically in Q3.

The first change sees the second segment of qualifying reduced from 20 to 18 minutes, with the difference being carried over to increase Q3 from 10 to 12 minutes, thus giving drivers greater run flexibility in the final shootout.

Moreover, drivers competing in Q3 will be required to start the race on the tyres they posted their fastest times on in Q2. This will stop the tyre-saving element that was commonly seen during the 2013 campaign.

Permanent numbers: All drivers competing in Formula 1 will do so with permanent car numbers from 2014. Number 1 is reserved for the World Champion, while the remaining drivers can choose from numbers 2 to 99.

New drivers

There are three new faces on the 2014 Formula 1 grid: Kevin Magnussen, Daniil Kvyat and Marcus Ericsson.

Magnussen graduates to the top echelon with multiple World Champions McLaren, having claimed the 2013 Formula Renault 3.5 title in fine style. The 21-year-old Dane has long been a member of the Woking-based outfit's driver development scheme, and will contest his rookie term alongside the experienced Jenson Button.

Kvyat made his presence known by winning the Formula 1-supporting GP3 Series last year. His performances earned him a place at Red Bull junior squad Toro Rosso, alongside Jean-Éric Vergne. The 19-year-old, who also raced to glory in the Formula Renault 2.0 Alps championship in 2012, is by far the youngest driver on the grid.

Ericsson was one of the last drivers to be confirmed in this year's starting line-up, with the Swede, 23, only getting the nod to partner Kamui Kobayashi at Caterham in January. He is a multiple winner in feeder category GP2, while he has taken overall honours in Japanese Formula Three (2009) and Formula BMW UK (2007).

New team-mates

The 2014 Formula 1 grid features a selection of tantalising partnerships.

At Red Bull, Daniel Ricciardo steps up as the replacement for Mark Webber, who has joined Porsche's sportscar programme. He will be attempting to get on terms with reigning quadruple World Champion Sebastian Vettel.

Ferrari has re-signed Kimi Räikkönen, four seasons after the Finn departed. He is to race alongside Fernando Alonso, creating the Scuderia's first all-World champion line-up since Alberto Ascari and Nino Farina in 1953.

Seven other teams have also introduced new faces, with only Mercedes and Marussia remaining unchanged.

New circuits

Two circuits have been added to the 2014 agenda; Russia arrives, while Austria makes a welcome return.

Russia will host its maiden Grand Prix at the Sochi International Street Circuit, situated in and around the grounds of the Olympic Park. The 5.853-km (3.637-mi) layout, the third longest on the current calendar, is now nearing completion, and is scheduled to stage 2014's 16th round on the weekend of October 11-12.

Austria returns after a ten-season absence, welcoming Formula 1 to the newly-named Red Bull Ring. The track was formerly known as the A1 Ring from 1997-2003 and, even earlier, the Österreichring from 1970-1987. It slots into the 2014 calendar on the weekend of June 21-22, between the Canadian and British Grands Prix.


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Post time 13-3-2014 08:11 PM | Show all posts
Kimi and old pal Beat Zehnder always laughing together! RT @KimsterIndo: Kimi Raikkonen Australian GP Thursday http://t.co/BDlCEtB6M2


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Post time 13-3-2014 08:14 PM | Show all posts
Good to see Kimi and his old Lotus engineers having a chat




Typical Kimi! A new beginning of a season and well just have to see how it goes. Im with a new team but I have been here before which definitely makes life easier.


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