31 July


Hungarian GP - Ferrari “best of the rest”


Hungaroring, 31 July – Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro was pleased with this afternoon’s performance which saw Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa lock out the second row in third and fourth places respectively. If being satisfied with anything less than the front row sounds defeatist, then one has to consider that today, the Red Bull duo were simply untouchable, on a different planet, with Sebastian Vettel taking pole from team-mate Mark Webber. Fernando’s time was a massive 1.2 seconds slower than the pole sitter, which is all the more surprising on such a short, slow and twisty track, conditions which usually make for close lap times. Therefore, Ferrari can claim to be the best of the rest and more importantly, Drivers’ classification leader, Lewis Hamilton is fifth, while his team-mate Jenson Button in the other McLaren, the team currently leading the series, is down in eleventh spot. Nico Rosberg completes the top six for Mercedes.
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Grand Prix of Hungary


31st July 2010
Two cars on the second row: that was the positive outcome of qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix, for Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, with Fernando Alonso in third place and Felipe Massa fourth.
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Round 12 - Hungary Qualifying


31 July 2010
A great day for Virgin Racing as Lucas di Grassi headed the new teams’ section of the timesheets in the third free practice session for tomorrow’s Hungarian Grand Prix, and Timo Glock took the same honours in Qualifying.
Just like yesterday, the sun shone and the cars ran faultlessly as Timo and Lucas worked on their race set-ups in the final practice session. The team felt they had made significant progress overnight and were hoping to demonstrate this in practice. After completing the planned work on Prime tyres, both drivers went out on Options at the end of the session, with Lucas putting in a great lap to finish 19th and first of the new teams. Timo was just two and a half tenths behind him.
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Toro Rosso duo deliver “genuine” qualifying result


So here we are again in fifteenth (Buemi) and seventeenth (Alguersuari) places on the grid, because as the cliché says, “if Formula 1 was easy, everyone would do it.”
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Hungarian GP Qualifying Reaction


Car 5 Sebastian Vettel, Position: POLE
“It was a very good day for us. We have felt comfortable all weekend and I think we were able to improve overnight also. I said on the radio to the team on my in-lap, “Mark and I were pushing hard to finish first and second, but this is your moment, enjoy it – you built this wonderful car’. It’s a pleasure to drive and I’m looking forward to tomorrow. It was quite a difficult session today. I didn’t have a good run in Q2 on the option tyre and didn’t feel 100%. There’s not really much you can do to the car between Q2 and Q3, just little trims, but it worked quite well and I had a lot of confidence in Q3. I was able to go quite a bit quicker, so it was a good step. I’m happy to be on pole; hopefully we have a good start tomorrow and a good race.”
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Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying


31 July 2010
Lotus Racing will start the Hungarian Grand Prix in 20th and 21st positions, with Heikki Kovalainen and Jarno Trulli qualifying within 1/10th of a second of each other at the Hungaroring in today's official qualifying session.
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Bridgestone Motorsport’s Saturday Update


31 Jul. 2010
Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel harnessed Bridgestone’s super soft tyres to power to his fourth pole position in a row with a sensational 1m 18.773secs time at the Hungaroring.
Vettel was the only driver in the 1min 18s and will be joined on the front row for tomorrow’s Hungarian Grand Prix by team-mate Mark Webber. Webber was fastest in the morning.
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2010 Hungarian Grand Prix, Saturday


FREE PRACTICE 3
Robert Kubica, R30-03, P4, 1:21.066, 19 laps
Vitaly Petrov, R30-04, P7, 1:21.399, 15 laps
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team ready for tomorrow’s race at the Hungaroring


11.00-12.00 FORMULA 1 PRACTICE SESSION THREE
Bruno Senna F110-02 #21 23rd (21 laps) 1.26.479
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #20 24th (21 laps) 1.27.176
14.00-15.00 FORMULA 1 QUALIFYING
Bruno Senna F110-02 #21 23rd (9 laps) 1.26.391
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #20 24th (9 laps) 1.26.453
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2010 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX - QUALIFYING


BUDAPEST, 31 JULY
A strong performance from Nico Rosberg today saw him qualify in sixth place for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest. Team-mate Michael Schumacher had a more difficult session and qualified in 14th position.
Nico was competing towards the front throughout the three qualifying sessions and his final lap in Q3 was good enough to line up on the third row of the grid. Michael struggled more with the set-up of his car and did not progress beyond Q2.
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Hungarian GP – Qualifying


Saturday, 31.07.2010
Weather: sunny and dry, 23-26°C Air, 30-41°C Track
For the fifth time this season the team managed to get one car into the top ten qualifying. Pedro de la Rosa qualified ninth for tomorrow’s Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest. The Spaniard made it into Q3 for the second time. For his team-mate, Kamui Kobayashi, almost everything went wrong in qualifying – tyre strategy, traffic and, on top of that, he didn’t see a red light in the pit lane, so missed going into the FIA garage to be weighed. He will drop five grid positions.
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HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING


SATURDAY 31 JULY, 2010
In today’s qualifying session for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Nico Hulkenberg maintained his recent form of contesting all three sessions and completed the afternoon in the top ten. After a strong start, Nico’s AT&T Williams team-mate, Rubens Barrichello, fell foul of the short lap distance which created a very busy Q2 session during which the Brazilian was unable to find sufficient track space with which to extract the best from the Bridgestone option tyre. He will start tomorrow’s race in P12.
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2010 Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying and Final Free Practice Report


31 July 2010 - The Force India F1 Team will start tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix with Adrian Sutil in 13th position and Tonio Liuzzi in 16th following another tight qualifying session.
Despite a challenging weekend Adrian was two tenths from a Q3 position and will line up alongside the Williams of Barrichello and behind reigning world champion Button for tomorrow's race. Tonio had a more difficult qualifying after he could not run in the last half of FP3 due to a minor driveshaft-related issue. He recovered well to set the 12th quickest time in Q1 but just missed his optimum lap time in Q2 with traffic. He will start from 16th, directly behind Michael Schumacher.
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2010 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX – QUALIFYING


Hungaroring, Saturday July 31
MARTIN WHITMARSH, Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
“Lewis did a fantastic job to qualify immediately behind the Red Bulls and the Ferraris – and, in fact, had he not lost a little time on the second sector of his best lap, it’s just possible that he may even have been able to pip Felipe [Massa] for fourth. Having said that, P5 puts him on the clean side of the track for tomorrow’s race, and you can be well sure he’ll be his usual precise yet aggressive self on the initial run in to Turn One. Jenson was unlucky to miss out on getting through to Q3 by just 17 thousandths of a second. With hindsight I think perhaps we didn’t engineer him sufficient opportunity to get to grips with the Option tyre. Even so, he, too, will start on the clean side of the track and will also be attacking tomorrow’s race with a mind to bag as many world championship points as he possibly can.”
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Qualifying Session Classification


FORMULA 1 ENI MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2010 - Budapest

POS NAME NAT ENTRANT Q1 Q2 Q3
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:20.417 1:19.573 1:18.773
2 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:21.132 1:19.531 1:19.184
3 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:21.278 1:20.237 1:19.987
4 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:21.299 1:20.857 1:20.331
5 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:21.455 1:20.877 1:20.499
6 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:21.212 1:20.811 1:21.082
7 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:21.558 1:20.797 1:21.229
8 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:21.159 1:20.867 1:21.328
9 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:21.891 1:21.273 1:21.411
10 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:21.598 1:21.275 1:21.710
11 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:21.422 1:21.292
12 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:21.478 1:21.331
13 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:22.080 1:21.517
14 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:21.840 1:21.630
15 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:21.982 1:21.897
16 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:21.789 1:21.927
17 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:21.978 1:21.998
18 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:22.222
19 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:24.050
20 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:24.120
21 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:24.199
22 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:25.118
23 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:26.391
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:26.453
POLE POSITION LAP
S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:18.773 200.215 KPH
FASTEST LAP OVERALL
S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:18.773 200.215 KPH

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Third Practice Session Classification


FORMULA 1 ENI MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2010 - Budapest

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME LAPS GAP KPH
1 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:19.574 17 198.200
2 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:20.058 15 +0.484 197.002
3 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:20.724 19 +1.150 195.376
4 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:21.066 19 +1.492 194.552
5 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:21.264 16 +1.690 194.078
6 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:21.376 17 +1.802 193.811
7 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:21.399 15 +1.825 193.756
8 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:21.422 18 +1.848 193.701
9 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:21.473 18 +1.899 193.580
10 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:21.513 18 +1.939 193.485
11 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:21.705 19 +2.131 193.031
12 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:21.939 15 +2.365 192.479
13 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:22.151 21 +2.577 191.983
14 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:22.337 20 +2.763 191.549
15 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:22.427 19 +2.853 191.340
16 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:22.508 22 +2.934 191.152
17 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:22.918 14 +3.344 190.207
18 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:23.708 8 +4.134 188.412
19 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:24.547 19 +4.973 186.542
20 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:24.576 22 +5.002 186.478
21 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:24.623 22 +5.049 186.374
22 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:24.805 17 +5.231 185.974
23 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:26.479 21 +6.905 182.374
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:27.176 21 +7.602 180.916

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30 July


Bridgestone Motorsport’s Friday Update


30 Jul. 2010
Bridgestone’s super soft tyre took Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel to the fastest time of the day on the rapidly improving track surface of the Hungaroring for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Vettel set a 1m 20.087secs lap time in the afternoon session. He was also fastest in the morning, using the medium compound Bridgestone Potenza.
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2010 Hungarian Grand Prix, Friday


Robert Kubica, R30-03
Free Practice 1: P3, 1.22.072, 21 laps
Free Practice 2: P7, 1:21.375, 37 laps

Robert: It was a fairly normal Friday for us. We tried to get as much information as we could and we were quite lucky with the weather because I think there was quite a lot of rain close to the track, but we got away with two dry sessions, which was what we needed. The track was pretty good straight away, so we were able to have consistent driving conditions throughout the day. We tried to get a feeling for the two tyre compounds and the different parts on the car.
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Hungarian GP Driver Comments: Friday


July 30, 2010It was a solid day's work for the two Red Bull Racing drivers. Here's what they had to say following the two practice sessions...
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2010 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX – FRIDAY


30/07/10
Jaime Alguersuari, (STR5-03)
“It was a useful day, as we tested many elements and got a lot of information to analyse. Because we were evaluating some new components today, I expect us to make more progress tomorrow morning in terms of improving the set-up and balance of the car. I did a good long run, which is useful in terms of Sunday’s race. As far as our pace is concerned, at this stage I would say the upgrades we have are an improvement and I hope that translates into a better qualifying performance than usual.
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Hungarian GP


30th July 2010
It was a positive day for Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, with a lot of work completed and signs of being competitive. In the morning session, the team worked mainly on the evaluation of various new technical solutions for forthcoming races and on a comparison of some aerodynamic configurations. In the afternoon, the focus switched to finding the best set-up on the F10 and a comparison of the two types of tyre brought here by Bridgestone. “Overall, we are reasonably pleased with what we have seen today,” said Stefano Domenicali. “The car seems to be competitive, although it has to be said that the Red Bulls were very strong. Now we must prepare as well as possible for qualifying and the race, with the aim of picking up a lot of points, continuing in the same vein as we began in Hockenheim.”
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Round 12 - Hungary Free Practice


30 July 2010
Despite predictions of rain, the Hungaroring stayed dry and mainly sunny for today’s practice sessions for the Hungarian Grand Prix. In the first session both Timo and Lucas worked through their evaluation programmes on the medium Prime tyre, working through a range of settings to establish a good mechanical balance.
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HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX PRACTICE


Objectives P1
Carry-over aero testing from Hockenheim
Objectives P2
Tyre compares, race preparation
Patrick Head, Director of Engineering
Today was a normal Friday for us. Both tyres look stable, but it looks as if the softer tyre is reasonably faster than the prime. As Nico says, our work in P3 will be aimed at achieving top ten qualifying positions tomorrow afternoon.
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team completed 123 laps during the first day of the Hungarian Grand Prix


10.00-11.30 FORMULA 1 PRACTICE SESSION ONE
Bruno Senna F110-02 #20 23rd (34 laps) 1.26.990
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #21 24th (24 laps) 1.28.157

14.00-15.30 FORMULA 1 PRACTICE SESSION TWO
Bruno Senna F110-02 #20 22nd (33 laps) 1.26.745
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #21 23rd (32 laps) 1.26.798
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Hungarian Grand Prix Friday Practice


30 July 2010
The Hungarian Grand Prix Friday Practice sessions saw Lotus Racing finish the day just under one second ahead of their nearest rival and complete a total of 88 laps, despite a hydraulics problem on Heikki's car which curtailed his running in the afternoon session.
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2010 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX – FREE PRACTICE


Hungaroring, Friday July 30
MARTIN WHITMARSH, Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
“Today’s programme was organised a little differently from our regular Friday sessions, as we undertook some shorter evaluative runs during P1 this morning. While we’re encouraged by both drivers’ feedback, and by the overall balance of the car, the pace of the front-runners was somewhat unexpected.
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Sebastian Vettel drove the very new MINI Countryman in Budapest


30.07.2010 17:15
Budapest. Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel drives a MINI Countryman during his stay in Budapest at the F1 Grand Prix. The car having its market launch only in September was offered to Sebastian by BMW Group Hungary. The driver currently 4th in the World Championship was happy to have the car at his disposal – he sat excitedly into the new MINI model and drove straight to the Hungaroring from the airport.
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2010 Hungarian Grand Prix Free Practice Report


30 July 2010 - The Force India F1 Team's Hungarian Grand Prix preparations got underway today with the opening two free practice sessions at the twisty, undulating Hungaroring on the outskirts of the capital city of Budapest.
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Hungarian GP – 1st/2nd Free Practice


Friday, 30.07.2010
Weather: sunny and dry, 21-25°C air, 26-38°C track
In the first free practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix Pedro de la Rosa and Kamui Kobayashi were both quite happy with the balance of their cars. In the afternoon the team tried several set-up changes without making any immediate progress. Now it is time to analyse the data. The race on Sunday at the Hungaroring will be the 300th Grand Prix entered by Peter Sauber’s team.
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2010 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX - PRACTICE


BUDAPEST, 30 JULY
Five days after the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim, Formula One was back in action today with the first two practice sessions taking place at the Hungaroring in Budapest ahead of Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.
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Second Practice Session Classification


FORMULA 1 ENI MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2010 - Budapest

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME LAPS GAP KPH
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:20.087 33 196.930
2 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:20.584 34 +0.497 195.716
3 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:20.597 36 +0.510 195.684
4 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:20.986 33 +0.899 194.744
5 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:21.195 33 +1.108 194.243
6 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:21.308 30 +1.221 193.973
7 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:21.375 37 +1.288 193.813
8 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:21.623 41 +1.536 193.224
9 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:21.730 33 +1.643 192.971
10 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:21.773 31 +1.686 192.870
11 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:21.809 38 +1.722 192.785
12 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:21.844 36 +1.757 192.703
13 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:22.039 28 +1.952 192.245
14 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:22.212 37 +2.125 191.840
15 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:22.469 43 +2.382 191.242
16 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:22.507 22 +2.420 191.154
17 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:22.602 38 +2.515 190.934
18 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:23.138 36 +3.051 189.703
19 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:24.553 37 +4.466 186.529
20 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:25.376 35 +5.289 184.731
21 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:25.669 32 +5.582 184.099
22 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:26.745 33 +6.658 181.815
23 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:26.798 32 +6.711 181.704
24 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:27.705 5 +7.618 179.825

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First Practice Session Classification


FORMULA 1 ENI MAGYAR NAGYDÍJ 2010 - Budapest

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME LAPS GAP KPH
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:20.976 29 194.768
2 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:21.106 27 +0.130 194.456
3 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:22.072 21 +1.096 192.167
4 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:22.444 17 +1.468 191.300
5 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:22.601 25 +1.625 190.937
6 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:22.764 24 +1.788 190.561
7 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:22.772 25 +1.796 190.542
8 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:22.777 25 +1.801 190.531
9 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:22.792 26 +1.816 190.496
10 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:22.966 25 +1.990 190.097
11 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:23.003 19 +2.027 190.012
12 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:23.007 26 +2.031 190.003
13 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:23.249 24 +2.273 189.450
14 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:23.327 23 +2.351 189.273
15 P. DI RESTA GBR Force India F1 Team 1:23.520 19 +2.544 188.836
16 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:23.780 22 +2.804 188.250
17 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:23.868 28 +2.892 188.052
18 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:24.075 15 +3.099 187.589
19 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:25.032 22 +4.056 185.478
20 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:25.210 23 +4.234 185.090
21 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:25.990 21 +5.014 183.412
22 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:26.686 17 +5.710 181.939
23 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:26.990 34 +6.014 181.303
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:28.157 24 +7.181 178.903

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29 July


Hungarian GP - Alonso: “A good place to celebrate a birthday”


Hungaroring, 29 July – Only one driver can come to a race with that special feeling of having won the previous Grand Prix and here in Hungary, that man was Fernando Alonso. There was even more cause for him to be in good form and he seemed genuinely pleased that his usual Thursday meeting with the media in the Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro hospitality unit began with the journalists wishing him a happy birthday and he was even given a nice gift in the form of a box with packs of playing cards, as this is a popular pastime among the F1 drivers.
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Hungarian GP - Massa: “Looking for the win this weekend”


Hungaroring, 29 July – Just a few days after being in the FIA Top 3 conference after the German GP on Sunday, Felipe Massa was back on duty in today’s FIA conference at the Hungaroring. Inevitably, the first question was about how he felt being here, at the site of the very serious accident that ended his 2009 season prematurely.
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Hungarian GP Preview


This weekend (30 July to 1 August) the stunning European city of Budapest will play host to the Hungarian Grand Prix, Round 12 of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship. This is also the last round before the sport embarks on its Summer shutdown, designed to give the teams some respite from the 19 race calendar and enable them to embark on the final seven-race stint of the season with renewed vigour.
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Hungarian Grand Prix Preview


Basically, this track is a street circuit without the houses, as it is very tight and twisty and overtaking is almost impossible.
Driving a lap of the track is actually a challenging and enjoyable experience for the drivers, but getting past their colleagues is a frustrating business. Thankfully for the spectators, this frustration can result in weird and wonderful attempts at passing. It is also one of the hottest venues on the calendar, but another plus is that the paddock boasts one of the best views of the track of any circuit.
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28 July


A special Grand Prix for Massa and Alonso


Maranello, 28th July - This year, the Hungarian Grand Prix celebrates its quarter century, the first ever race dating back to 1986, all of them staged at the Hungaroring, outside Budapest. Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro has won here five times: three of those victories were also one-twos involving permutations of Schumacher and Barrichello. In addition, the Hungaroring witnessed the German clinch the title very early on in the 2001 season, while in 2004 the Scuderia secured that year’s Constructors’ trophy at this event, safe in the knowledge that one of its drivers was assured the Drivers’ crown.
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Mid-year Q&A with Rob White, Engine Technical Director


The 2010 season has just passed its halfway point. What would be the half-term report for Renault's F1 engines?
We are not fully satisfied, but we are still very proud of what we have achieved. Renault powered cars have taken ten pole positions in 11 races; set six fastest laps; and scored 12 podium finishes, including five race wins. What's more, in Monaco, we scored our first one-two-three finish since 1997. It is rewarding for all the team at Viry who work constantly behind the scenes to achieve both performance and reliability.
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Robert Kubica: “Budapest is almost like a home Grand Prix for me”


Robert, you finished seventh in Germany, ahead of both Mercedes – were you happy with the outcome of the race?
I think we achieved the limit of our car and we were ‘best of the rest' in Hockenheim, but we know that there is a big gap to the fastest teams at the moment - and also that the teams behind us are very close. This means that we have to get everything perfect across the race weekend to qualify in the top ten, and finish in the points.
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Vitaly Petrov: “I need to put all the pieces together across the weekend”


Vitaly, you scored your first F1 points in dry conditions last weekend – were you happy with your performance?
Yes, of course, I was pleased to be back in the points and to have a good race. It was quite an interesting race for me; I had a good fight with the guys around me and the car felt easy to drive. I pushed at the right times in the race and managed to make up two places at the pit stops. After that, I was behind the Mercedes, but there was no place to overtake.
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Hungarian Grand Prix Preview 30 July - 1 August 2010


28 July 2010 - Just one week after the German Grand Prix, the Force India F1 Team will be back in action, this time at the Hungarian Grand Prix held at the tight, twisty Hungaroring on the outskirts of the capital city Budapest. After missing out on points for only the second time this season at the last race, Force India will be looking to regain its momentum and edge its points tally higher in Hungary.
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Hungarian Grand Prix Preview


Back to back races push the teams hard, but with Hungary coming hot on the heels of the German Grand Prix, Lotus Racing will be looking to put in a strong performance at the Hungarian Grand Prix. The tight, twisty and bumpy track will suit the characteristics of the Lotus Racing T127, and the experience Heikki Kovalainen, winner of the 2008 race, and Jarno Trulli bring puts the Anglo / Malaysian squad in a good position from which to challenge the teams ahead.
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Bridgestone Motorsport Hungarian Grand Prix Preview


Bridgestone heads to the tight and twisty Hungaroring with the medium and super soft Potenza tyres for round twelve of the championship, the Hungarian Grand Prix on July 30 – August 1.
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27 July


DuPont Refinish joins Lotus Racing as an Official Technical Supplier


27 July 2010
DuPont Refinish has become an Official Technical Supplier to the Lotus Racing Formula OneTM team with immediate effect. The agreement, signed at the German Grand Prix in Hockenheim on Sunday 25 July 2010, sees the paint manufacturer provide full technical support to Lotus Racing, the fastest new team in the 2010 FIA Formula OneTM World Championship. Over 600 million global TV viewers will see the DuPont Refinish liquid logo on the team's T127 race cars during each Grand Prix for the rest of the season, as well as on the team transporter trucks, the team motorhome and in the Lotus Racing garage at race-tracks around the world.
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team, wants to take another two car finish before the summer break


Budapest, Tuesday 27 July 2010
The Hungaroring circuit was built in the mid-80’s and is located at the borders of Mogyoród, only 19 kilometers away from the centre of Budapest. The track is very tight, bumpy and twisty, and each slow corner leads into the next, making it very difficult to overtake. It is a very physically demanding track, and the drivers have little chance to pause and catch their breath. The Hungaroring tends to be green and dirty on the first days, so the grip level increases during the weekend. It is also a track that benefits high downforce and is known as one of the safest race tracks in Formula 1. It’s the last race on the calendar before the summer break, and as temperatures are usually scorching, the inside of the cockpit can rise up to 60ºC.
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2010 HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX - PREVIEW


BUDAPEST, 30 JULY - 1 AUGUST
The third set of the 2010 season's back-to-back races continues this weekend in Budapest with the Hungarian Grand Prix just one week after the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim. Taking place at the Hungaroring, located 19kms from the capital, the circuit has hosted the race since 1986 and is one of the most technically demanding on the calendar.
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HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX PREVIEW


Friday 30 July to Sunday 01 August, 2010
Hungaroring, Hungary
Round: 12 of 19
Sam Michael, Technical Director
The slow, traction-limiting corners of Budapest should suit the FW32 so we're going there expecting a decent performance. We obviously have to make some improvements to our starts set-up, so we've been busy analysing and working on that since Germany. During Friday’s practice sessions, we will also be testing some new aero parts which we were unable to test in Germany because of the bad weather.
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2010 HUNGARIAN Grand Prix – preview


Jenson Button
“I won my first grand prix in Hungary – and I can still remember that race as if it was yesterday. Actually, what I remember best were the moments after the race, when you finally realise that it’s all real, and you get to see the reactions of everyone around you. It was a great moment in my career, and one that I still savour.
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26 July


Montezemolo: “The interests of the team come before those of the individual”


Maranello, 26 July – The day after the splendid one-two finish at Hockenheim, the Ferrari President chose to express his satisfaction with this long awaited result, through the Scuderia’s web site.
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GERMAN GRAND PRIX - REVIEW


MONDAY 26 JULY, 2010
SUMMARY
 P1 P2 P3 QUAL RESULT POINTS, C’SHIP STOPS, LAP FASTEST LAP
R BARRICHELLO 1:26.947 (4th) 1:17.056 (9th) 1:16.481 (8th) 1:15.109 (8th) 12th 29, 11th 1 (14) 1:17.029 (13th)
N HULKENBERG 1:28.193 (8th) 1:17.204 (10th) 1:16.743 (10th) 1:15.339 (10th) 13th 2, 17th 1 (34) 1:16.836 (11th)
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Hungarian Grand Prix Preview


It’s fair to say that apart from looking forward to another race weekend immediately after the one in Hockenheim, one of the main attractions about the Budapest event is that it precedes the summer break, when the hard working F1 circus actually gets time to catch its breath, with three race-free weekends, before the relentless championship battle resumes in Belgium.
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Preview – Hungarian Grand Prix


12th of 19 Championship Rounds, 30th July – 1st August 2010, Budapest
Hinwil/Hockenheim, 25th July 2010 – Formula One has to earn its short summer break by having back-to-back-races: The pack travels from Hockenheim straight away to Budapest where the Hungarian Grand Prix will be taking place as early as next Sunday.
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25 July


Bridgestone Motorsport’s German Grand Prix Report


25 Jul. 2010
Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro’s Fernando Alonso won a fast-paced and tactical German Grand Prix by using a super soft – hard Bridgestone Potenza tyre strategy in Hockenheim.
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Too close for comfort


July 25, 2010
Jaime Alguersuari and Sébastien Buemi started alongside one another on the grid in fifteenth and sixteenth places, so maybe they should have kept in mind the Golden Rule that when you are close together, you should at least ensure you get through the opening lap without tripping over one another. Unfortunately, in today’s German Grand Prix, the Golden Rule was not obeyed.
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German Grand Prix: Team Reaction


July 25, 2010
Here’s what our drivers and team management had to say about Sunday’s German Grand Prix.
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German GP Race


Starting on the dirty side of the grid in P8 and P10, the pair of Williams FW32s struggled to make a clean start to this afternoon’s German Grand Prix. With both Rubens Barrichello and Nico Hulkenberg having lost track position in the early phase of the race, the team had little opportunity to reclaim the ground and despite a clear step up in recent car performance, which was demonstrated again in qualifying, both cars finished frustratingly outside of the points.
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Round 11 - German GP Race


25 July 2010
Virgin Racing’s Timo Glock drove a great race to finish the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim as the first driver in the new teams’ category - despite starting from the last row of the grid after taking a five place grid penalty for a changed gearbox.
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GP of Germany – 25th July 2010


Second one-two of the season for Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, repeating here in Hockenheim the result obtained in Sakhir, with Fernando Alonso first and Felipe Massa second. This is the Scuderia’s twentieth German Grand Prix victory, as well as being win number 212 from 804 Grands Prix contested. It was Fernando’s twenty third career win, the second at this track, which brings his championship points total to 700 points.
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team out of luck in Hockenheim


Hockenheim Circuit, Sunday, 25 July 2010
Weather: Sunny – air temperature 22°C, track temperature 35°C
Race: 67 laps
Track length: 4.574 km
Bruno Senna F110-02 #21 19th
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #20 not classified
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German Grand Prix


25 July 2010
Race day in Germany began with Lotus Racing Chief Mechanic Phil Spencer, Deputy Team Principal Kamarudin Meranun and Chief Executive Officer Riad Asmat paying their respects to Team Lotus legend Jim Clark at his Hockenheim memorial, but it was a disappointing Sunday for the team after both Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen recorded DNFs. Jarno Trulli had a strong start and was running 15th, but retired on lap four after a gearbox problem brought his race to an end. Heikki Kovalainen was running well in the race but was forced to retire on lap 60 after a coming together with de la Rosa's Sauber.
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2010 German Grand Prix, Sunday


Robert Kubica, P7
Fastest lap: 1:17.166
Started race on option
Pit stop: Lap 17, time in pits: 18.168 (prime)
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2010 GERMAN GRAND PRIX - RACE


HOCKENHEIM, 25 JULY
Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher finished the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim in eighth and ninth positions today.
Michael made up three places at the start to be running in eighth position with Nico shadowing him in ninth place. He made his only pit stop on lap 14 with Nico staying out longer and making his stop on lap 24. Despite the two quickest stops of the race, neither driver was able to jump Robert Kubica, with Nico's later stop being enough to move him ahead of Michael.
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2010 German Grand Prix Report


Adrian Sutil (car 14, VJM03/03): 17th
Tonio Liuzzi (car 15, VJM03/01): 16th
25 July 2010 - The Force India F1 Team missed out on scoring points for only the second time this season in today's German Grand Prix. With Adrian starting from P19 and Tonio P22 the race was always going to be an uphill battle, and the mount proved too high during the 67 lap race. Tonio came home in 16th position and Adrian just behind in 17th.
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2010 SANTANDER GERMAN GRAND PRIX


Hockenheim, Sunday July 25
MARTIN WHITMARSH, Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
“Today we saw yet another impressively competent day’s work from both our drivers – and the result was 22 very valuable world championship points.
In truth, in the circumstances, that’s probably about as many as we could have hoped to score today.
We arrived in Germany in first place in the constructors’ championship and in first and second places in the drivers’ championship – and we leave Germany in exactly the same positions. So that’s extremely positive.
From here on in, we’ll work as hard as we can to maintain and improve our positions at the head of both world championships. We’ll continue to develop our car in the weeks and months ahead, with a view to adding as many world championship points to the milestone total of 300 we’ve amassed this season as of today.”
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German GP – Race


Sunday, 25.07.2010
Weather: dry, 21°C air, 30-33°C track
Despite suffering no technical problems and both drivers finishing the race, the team didn’t manage to score any more points at the German Grand Prix. Kamui Kobayashi finished 11th in Hockenheim, while Pedro de la Rosa came 14th.
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Race Preliminary Classification


after 67 Laps - 306.458 Kms
FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2010 - Hockenheim

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME GAP KPH
1 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:27:38.864 209.788
2 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:27:43.060 +4.196 209.621
3 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:27:43.985 +5.121 209.584
4 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:28:05.760 +26.896 208.720
5 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:28:08.346 +29.482 208.618
6 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:28:22.470 +43.606 208.063
7 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:27:40.899 +1 LAP 206.577
8 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:27:47.541 +1 LAP 206.316
9 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:27:50.738 +1 LAP 206.191
10 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:27:55.114 +1 LAP 206.020
11 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:27:56.373 +1 LAP 205.971
12 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:27:58.027 +1 LAP 205.906
13 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:27:58.676 +1 LAP 205.881
14 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:28:22.985 +1 LAP 204.937
15 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:28:40.457 +1 LAP 204.264
16 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:27:52.031 +2 LAPS 203.017
17 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:28:02.328 +2 LAPS 202.622
18 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:28:22.856 +3 LAPS 198.732
21 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:28:10.760 +4 LAPS 196.074

NOT CLASSIFIED
H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 56 LAPS 1:19:14.931 DNF 193.928
L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 50 LAPS 1:10:37.229 DNF 194.306
S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 19 LAPS 27:26.924 DNF 189.967
J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 3 LAPS 9:48.155 DNF 83.990
S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1 LAP 1:45.623 DNF 155.896
FASTEST LAP
S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:15.824 on lap 67 217.166

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Round 11 - German GP Qualifying


25 July 2010
After such a promising start to the weekend, with a strong performance in both practice sessions yesterday, it all went wrong for Virgin Racing ahead of this afternoon’s Qualifying session. Both cars suffered problems at almost exactly the same time, with first Timo and then Lucas reporting gearbox issues shortly before the end of third practice. A gearbox change was deemed necessary on Timo’s car, but Lucas’ problem was diagnosed to be electrical, with an alternator being determined as the culprit. Both cars had been quick, the drivers happy with both the set-up and the new parts fitted overnight.
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24 July


At last a dry track, as Toro Rosso qualifies 16th and 17th


An eighth row start for Jaime Alguersuari and one row back for Sébastien Buemi is what awaits our driving duo tomorrow, after the Spaniard qualified sixteenth and the Swiss seventeenth in this afternoon’s qualifying. It is only the second time in the eleven qualifying sessions this year, that Jaime has outpaced Sébastien.
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GP of Germany – 24th July 2010


For the first time since the Bahrain Grand Prix, Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro has got one of its cars onto the front row of the grid: in Sakhir, it was Felipe Massa who was second fastest in Q3 and today it was Fernando Alonso’s turn. Unlike the last time however, pole position seemed very close today, as the gap separating Fernando from Vettel is just two thousandths of a second. To complete an excellent day for the Scuderia, Felipe took third place, confirming that the F10 is competitive at this track.
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German Grand Prix Qualifying


24 July 2010
Qualifying at the German Grand Prix saw Lotus Racing confirm the progress the Anglo / Malaysian team has been making all season, Jarno Trulli finishing 18th, less than a second behind Buemi's Toro Rosso and closer to the established teams than in any race in the 2010 World Championship. Team mate Heikki Kovalainen was just behind in 19th after beating Glock's Virgin into 20th place, keeping both Lotus Racing cars at the head of the new team pack and looking strong for tomorrow's race.
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Bridgestone Motorsport’s Saturday Update


24 Jul. 2010
Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel powered to his sixth pole of the year for his home German Grand Prix using Bridgestone’s super soft compound Potenza in an exciting qualifying at Hockenheim.
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GERMAN GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING


Saturday, 24 July 2010
Car 5 SEBASTIAN VETTEL, Position: POLE POSITION
“That was extremely exciting, especially in Q3. I knew that both times I went out I only had one timed lap, so I had to get it right. It’s difficult here, there are some places that can easily lead you into a mistake on this track. If you push too much then you can lose the edge of the tyres and some time. My final lap wasn’t 100% perfect and there were a couple of places where I went over the limit, which cost me some time. But, in the end, it was enough – although only just – to stay ahead and get the pole. I am extremely happy – thanks to the team. It is the first time I am on pole at home, but the main challenge will come tomorrow.”
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2010 German Grand Prix, Saturday


FREE PRACTICE 3
Robert Kubica, R30-03, P9, 1:16.646, 20 laps
Vitaly Petrov, R30-04, P14, 1:17.148, 20 laps
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GERMAN GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING


SATURDAY 24 JULY, 2010
At his home Grand Prix, Nico Hulkenberg lent on his local knowledge to produce his third top-ten qualifying performance this season; consistent with his eighth–placed team-mate, Rubens Barrichello, both drivers felt that the car had more to offer and neither enjoyed a completely optimal Q3. However, both Nico and Rubens share the optimism that the team has a solid basis for a strong race in the German GP tomorrow from the grid positions achieved today and the inherent pace of the FW32.
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team drivers achieved their best qualifying result of the season


11.00-12.00 FORMULA 1 PRACTICE SESSION THREE
Bruno Senna F110-02 #20 20th (9 laps) 1.20.533
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #21 21st (14 laps) 1.21.538
14.00-15.00 FORMULA 1 QUALIFYING
Bruno Senna F110-02 #20 20th (10 laps) 1.18.592
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #21 22nd (11 laps) 1.19.844
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2010 GERMAN GRAND PRIX - QUALIFYING


HOCKENHEIM, 24 JULY
In today's qualifying session at Hockenheim, the MERCEDES GP PETRONAS drivers, Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher, qualified in ninth and 11th positions respectively ahead of Sunday's German Grand Prix.
Just 0.06s separated the pair at the end of Q2 with Nico progressing to the final session and Michael just missing out in 11th position. Nico went on to compete in Q3 with his quickest lap good enough for ninth place on the grid.
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2010 SANTANDER GERMAN GRAND PRIX – QUALIFYING


Hockenheim, Saturday July 24
MARTIN WHITMARSH, Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
“No-one at Vodafone McLaren Mercedes is ever going to be fully satisfied by a qualifying session that results in our cars qualifying only fifth and sixth – but we have reason to be confident that our race pace will be stronger.
Our straight-line speed is impressive – perhaps more than we needed for an optimal qualifying set-up – but it’s likely to pay dividends tomorrow.
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2010 German Grand Prix Qualifying and Final Free Practice Report


Adrian Sutil (car 14, VJM03/03):
FP3: 24th No time set (2 laps)
Q1: 12th 1:16.220 (8 laps)
Q2: 14th 1:15.467 (8 laps)*
Tonio Liuzzi (car 15, VJM03/01):
FP3: 17th 1:17.538 (22 laps)
Q1: 22nd 1:18.952 (3 laps)
* will start from 19th after grid penalty applied
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German GP – Qualifying


Saturday, 24.07.2010 Weather: rain in the morning, later dry, 18-22°C Air, 19-27°C Track After promising runs in the first part of qualifying as well as early in the second part of the session, in the end neither of the team’s drivers made it into the top ten qualifying. Kamui Kobayashi qualified 12th for tomorrow’s German Grand Prix in Hockenheim, while Pedro de la Rosa was 15th.
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Qualifying Session Classification


FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2010 - Hockenheim

POS NAME NAT ENTRANT Q1 Q2 Q3
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:15.152 1:14.249 1:13.791
2 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:14.808 1:14.081 1:13.793
3 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:15.216 1:14.478 1:14.290
4 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:15.334 1:14.340 1:14.347
5 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:15.823 1:14.716 1:14.427
6 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:15.505 1:14.488 1:14.566
7 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:15.736 1:14.835 1:15.079
8 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:16.398 1:14.698 1:15.109
9 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:16.178 1:15.018 1:15.179
10 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:16.387 1:14.943 1:15.339
11 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:16.084 1:15.026
12 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:15.951 1:15.084
13 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:16.521 1:15.307
14 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:16.220 1:15.467
15 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:16.450 1:15.550
16 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:16.664 1:15.588
17 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:16.029 1:15.974
18 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:17.583
19 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:18.300
20 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:18.343
21 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:18.592
22 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:18.952
23 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:19.844
24 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing DNS
POLE POSITION LAP
S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:13.791 223.149 KPH
FASTEST LAP OVERALL
S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:13.791 223.149 KPH

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Third Practice Session Classification


FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2010 - Hockenheim

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME [LAPS] GAP KPH
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:15.103 [18] 219.250
2 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:15.387 [21] +0.284 218.424
3 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:15.708 [16] +0.605 217.498
4 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:15.854 [20] +0.751 217.080
5 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:16.046 [20] +0.943 216.532
6 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:16.207 [13] +1.104 216.074
7 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:16.473 [16] +1.370 215.323
8 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:16.481 [23] +1.378 215.300
9 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:16.646 [20] +1.543 214.837
10 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:16.743 [17] +1.640 214.565
11 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:16.882 [19] +1.779 214.177
12 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:16.990 [21] +1.887 213.877
13 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:17.037 [15] +1.934 213.746
14 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:17.148 [20] +2.045 213.439
15 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:17.220 [19] +2.117 213.240
16 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:17.341 [21] +2.238 212.906
17 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:17.538 [22] +2.435 212.365
18 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:19.193 [11] +4.090 207.927
19 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:19.607 [10] +4.504 206.846
20 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:20.533 [9] +5.430 204.467
21 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:21.538 [14] +6.435 201.947
22 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:23.444 [10] +8.341 197.334
23 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:23.873 [7] +8.770 196.325
24 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team [2]


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23 July


Round 11 - German GP Free Practice 1&2


23 July 2010
Torrential rain falling before the start of the first Free Practice session for the German Grand Prix meant that little experience could be gained for the first race to be run using both the Hard and Super Soft Bridgestone tyres. Instead the team concentrated on the wet set-up and waiting for the optimum time to set a quick lap. Both the extreme wet and the intermediate tyres were used, with the faster times being set on the latter tyre in the second half of the session.
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German GP Friday Practice


23 July 2010
Hockenheim's Friday practice sessions saw Lotus Racing's reliability return as the Anglo / Malaysian squad ran a total of 115 laps with no major problems in the changeable German conditions. The team completed all their planned programmes for Jarno Trulli (car 18), Heikki Kovalainen (car 19) and Fairuz Fauzy, deputising for Heikki in FP1.
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German GP - 23rd July 2010


“Rain was the main feature of this Friday in Hockenheim. The first session was run almost entirely on a wet track, while rain threatened for much of the second one, finally arriving a few minutes after the chequered flag. The two Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro drivers completed a total of 114 laps: 50 for Fernando Alonso, who set the fastest time of the day overall and 64 for Felipe Massa, second fastest this morning in the wet.
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Bridgestone Motorsport’s Friday Update


23 Jul. 2010
Bridgestone’s super soft tyre took Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro’s Fernando Alonso to the fastest time of the day amidst variable weather conditions at Hockenheim for the first day of the German Grand Prix.
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2010 German Grand Prix, Friday


Robert Kubica, R30-03
Free Practice 1: P13, 1.28.903, 20 laps
Free Practice 2: P8, 1:17.009, 37 laps
Vitaly Petrov, R30-02
Free Practice 1: P5, 1:26.948, 21 laps
Free Practice 2: P12, 1:17.547, 35 laps
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German Grand Prix Friday


Friday, 23 July 2010
Car 5 SEBASTIAN VETTEL
1st Practice P11, 2nd Practice P2
“The conditions were not easy today, they were quite changeable, which made judging lap times difficult, but we got some dry running in the afternoon which was important. I think it’s looking quite good and the car feels good, especially in the last section. Ferrari looked extremely competitive; McLaren had a difficult day with only one car for the majority of running, but they will come back and be up there. I did a bit of rallying in P2 when I lost the rear going into the Stadium section and had to find my way through the gravel, but fortunately I could save the car and there was no problem.”
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2010 GERMAN GRAND PRIX – FRIDAY 23/07/10


Sebastien Buemi
(STR5-02)
“The morning session went well, as the driver can make more of a difference in the wet conditions and I was P7, looking competitive, but in the dry, we need to find a better set-up. Therefore, we need to work hard now, analysing the data to try and improve the car for tomorrow. We had some new elements on the car here, so we have to assess how to get the best from them. The dry tyre comparison went well and we have a pretty clear picture of how to use them.”
First Practice Session - Best lap 1.28.114, pos. 7th, 31 laps
Second Practice Session - Best lap 1.18.147, pos. 17th, 45 laps
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GERMAN GRAND PRIX PRACTICE


Sam Michael, Technical Director
We had a good day’s practice and got through some of our planned schedule which included assessing some new parts. We also covered the usual Friday items such as set-up, cooling and tyres. The car looks reasonable and we need to continue the trend from the last few races. We ran some new parts on both cars today and they are all working as expected and will be carried forward. Additionally, Rubens is running a further step on the diffuser.
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team performing well in the rain


10.00-11.30 FORMULA 1 PRACTICE SESSION ONE
Bruno Senna F110-02 #20 22nd (23 laps) 1.31.720
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #21 24th (26laps) 1.32.791
14.00-15.30 FORMULA 1 PRACTICE SESSION TWO
Bruno Senna F110-02 #20 23rd (37 laps) 1.21.988
Sakon Yamamoto F110-03 #21 24th (37 laps) 1.23.066
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2010 GERMAN GRAND PRIX - PRACTICE


HOCKENHEIM, 23 JULY
Preparations for one of the MERCEDES GP PETRONAS team's home races, the German Grand Prix, began today at the Hockenheimring with the first two practice sessions taking place in very different conditions.
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German GP – 1st/2nd Free Practice – Friday, 23.07.2010


Weather: rain in the morning, dry in the afternoon, 18-20°C air, 19-23°C track
The weather conditions turned out to be rather nasty on Friday, the first day of the German Grand Prix in Hockenheim. Due to rain a photo call in the morning, commemorating the 40th anniversary of Sauber Motorsport, had to be postponed and in the first free practice session the track was wet for the entire session. The second 90 minute session allowed proper running on a dry track and saw Kamui Kobayashi and Pedro de la Rosa 11th and 13th .fastest respectively. [Read More!]
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2010 SANTANDER GERMAN GRAND PRIX – FREE PRACTICE


Hockenheim, Friday July 23
MARTIN WHITMARSH, Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
“Today’s two sessions presented difficult and changeable conditions in which to conduct the necessary tests, but we nonetheless gathered a lot of useful data that will hopefully give us good direction throughout the rest of the weekend.
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2010 German Grand Prix Free Practice Report


Adrian Sutil (car 14, VJM03/03):
FP1: 1st 1:25.701 (20 laps)
FP2: 14th 1:17.701 (38 laps)
Tonio Liuzzi (car 15, VJM03/01):
FP1: 9th 1:28.300 (19 laps)
FP2: 16th 1:17.871 (33 laps)
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Second Practice Session Classification


FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2010 - Hockenheim

POS NO DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME [LAPS] GAP KPH
1 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:16.265 [35] 215.910
2 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:16.294 [26] +0.029 215.828
3 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:16.438 [37] +0.173 215.421
4 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:16.585 [40] +0.320 215.008
5 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:16.827 [32] +0.562 214.330
6 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:16.971 [20] +0.706 213.929
7 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:17.004 [10] +0.739 213.838
8 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:17.009 [37] +0.744 213.824
9 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:17.056 [37] +0.791 213.693
10 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:17.204 [44] +0.939 213.284
11 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:17.336 [44] +1.071 212.920
12 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:17.547 [35] +1.282 212.340
13 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:17.573 [39] +1.308 212.269
14 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:17.701 [38] +1.436 211.920
15 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:17.739 [36] +1.474 211.816
16 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:17.871 [33] +1.606 211.457
17 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:18.147 [45] +1.882 210.710
18 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:19.327 [48] +3.062 207.576
19 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:19.553 [30] +3.288 206.986
20 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:20.008 [34] +3.743 205.809
21 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:20.106 [31] +3.841 205.557
22 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:20.377 [37] +4.112 204.864
23 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:21.988 [37] +5.723 200.839
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:23.066 [37] +6.801 198.232

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Bridgestone Motorsport Feature – Round 11, German GP


23 Jul. 2010
Tyre approach with Mike Gascoyne…
Lotus Racing Chief Technical Officer Mike Gascoyne can often be seen on the pit-wall over the course of a Formula One Grand Prix and, as with all participants, tyre usage and performance is a major consideration for him.
Here Mike explains how Lotus Racing approach the use of their allocation of Bridgestone Potenza tyres over the course of a Grand Prix weekend, with eleven sets of dry slick tyres – five of the option compound and six of the prime – to last through practice sessions on Friday and Saturday, qualifying and the race itself.
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LG Joins Red Bull Racing As Team Partner


Over a breakfast for the media, LG was unveiled as our new Team and Technology Partner.
Christian Horner was joined by Dermot Boden, Chief Marketing Officer for LG Electronics, in the Energy Station to announce the deal.
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First Practice Session Classification


FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2010 - Hockenheim

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME [LAPS] GAP KPH
1 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:25.701 [20] 192.137
2 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:26.850 [27] +1.149 189.595
3 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:26.936 [16] +1.235 189.408
4 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:26.947 [21] +1.246 189.384
5 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:26.948 [21] +1.247 189.382
6 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:27.448 [20] +1.747 188.299
7 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:28.114 [31] +2.413 186.876
8 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:28.193 [24] +2.492 186.708
9 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:28.300 [19] +2.599 186.482
10 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:28.486 [23] +2.785 186.090
11 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:28.735 [21] +3.034 185.568
12 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:28.735 [21] +3.034 185.568
13 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:28.903 [20] +3.202 185.217
14 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:29.048 [13] +3.347 184.916
15 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:29.280 [17] +3.579 184.435
16 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:29.366 [34] +3.665 184.257
17 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:29.429 [8] +3.728 184.128
18 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:29.500 [19] +3.799 183.982
19 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:29.684 [15] +3.983 183.604
20 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:29.690 [17] +3.989 183.592
21 F. FAUZY MAS Lotus Racing 1:30.938 [27] +5.237 181.072
22 B. SENNA BRA HRT F1 Team 1:31.720 [23] +6.019 179.529
23 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:32.450 [13] +6.749 178.111
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:32.791 [26] +7.090 177.456

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22 July


German GP - Massa: “an improvement in car performance”


Hockenheim, 22 July – Felipe Massa rushed from the team motorhome to the media motorhome to avoid the pouring rain, as he went for his usual Thursday appointment with the press. He was asked to sum up the first half of the season. “We have not had the results we expected and in particular, the last three races were the worst,” began the Brazilian.
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German GP - Alonso: “we can be very strong now”


Hockenheim, 22 July – Hot and sunny in Silverstone two weeks ago, cool and wet here in Hockenheim: the world of Formula 1 is full of surprises, but no surprise that, as usual, Fernando Alonso met the press at the Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Media motorhome this afternoon in the Hockenheimring paddock. “I think it is always the right time to do it, to get the good results, not just here at this point in the season,” said the Spaniard when asked if scoring a lot of points here was vital for the championship. “It is not too late and will not be too late until the last two or three races, as there are still nine races to go with plenty of points on the table, so we must try and score points more regularly, as the zero score in Valencia and Silverstone was not very realistic; it did not represent what we can do and Ferrari is in a better position than it looks in the classification.”
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Round 11 - German GP Preview


This weekend (23-25 July), the Virgin Racing team head to Hockenheim for Round 11 of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship - the German Grand Prix - which opens part two of the season and is the first of two back to back rounds before the compulsory summer shutdown.
With no fewer than six German drivers currently competing in the championship - Virgin Racing’s very own Timo Glock amongst them - there will be plenty of home grown interest to entertain the fans and national TV audience this weekend.
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Ricciardo Now Sole Reserve Driver


From this weekend our sole reserve driver will be Australian Daniel Ricciardo.
This follows the Red Bull Junior Team announcement that Jean-Eric Vergne will move up into the Formula Renault 3.5 Series to contest the remainder of the championship alongside Daniel for Tech 1 Racing in place of Brendon Hartley
The Red Bull Junior Team has decided to release Brendon Hartley, after four seasons with the programme.
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21 July


Inside the engineers' truck


Weighing in at 35 and a half tonnes, the Renault F1 Team's engineering truck is an impressive piece of kit. It's a home away from home for the engineers; a mobile office with working space for 30 people. It's where some of the key decisions are made during the race weekend, a sanctuary for the drivers to debrief and a quiet place where the engineers can pore over the data.
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German GP: Hockenheim Preview


Back to Hockenheim this year, because the famous track near Heidelberg, originally built in 1939 as a test track for Mercedes-Benz, now alternates as host of the German Grand Prix with the marginally more famous Nurburgring.

Just like the Eiffel track, Hockenheim is not what it used to be, as the massively long straights through the forest were taken off the menu back in 2002. It is still an exciting track for both drivers and spectators and the atmosphere in the Stadium section is second to none, with the noisy crowd of around 100,000 letting off firecrackers and blowing air horns. The glory days of Michael Schumacher are now a thing of the past, but of course our own Sebastian Vettel is one of the new darlings of the home crowd.
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German GP - Aiming for a big points haul


Although this event will be the thirty second Formula 1 Grand Prix held at Hockenheim, it is the fortieth anniversary of the first ever world championship round staged here in 1970, which produced a thrilling fight between Jacky Ickx, who started from pole in a Ferrari and Jochen Rindt in a Lotus, with victory after 50 laps going to the Austrian by less than a second. In total, the Scuderia has won the German GP nineteen times, which makes it the race Ferrari has won more often than any other event. The last victory came courtesy of Michael Schumacher in 2006, when Felipe Massa made it a nice one-two for the Prancing Horse.
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German Grand Prix Preview 23 - 25 July 2010


21 July 2010 - After achieving its sixth consecutive points scoring position, and its ninth of the season, at its home race in Silverstone last week, the Force India F1 Team is now looking forward to extending this run at the next round of the FIA Formula One World Championship, the German Grand Prix. Held at the Hockenheim circuit in the heart of Germany's Rhine Valley, the race will of course be a homecoming for Adrian Sutil, who was born in the south of Germany, and for Force India's engine suppliers, Mercedes-Benz.
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Robert Kubica: “I will try my best to extract the maximum from the car”


Robert, Silverstone was a tricky weekend for you, culminating in your first retirement of the year. Talk us through it…
In the end, we were struggling with the general grip of the car and our feeling on the performance side was that we were less competitive than we had been at the previous race. Everything was looking grey until the final part of qualifying, but I managed to qualify sixth which I think was quite surprising looking at our performance up to that point. It was even more surprising to be third in the first stint, after a good start and a good first lap, but our pace wasn't great in the race and, even before the driveshaft problem, the car didn't feel like it usually does. I think much of it was down to circuit characteristics because our least competitive circuits this year have been Barcelona and Silverstone, both of which have a lot of high-speed corners.
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Vitaly Petrov: “The target is to be as close to Robert as possible”


Vitaly, let's look back to Silverstone - another promising race ruined by a puncture…
I enjoyed the race but, of course, I was disappointed with the outcome. I was almost in the points when I had some bad luck with the puncture, so we could have got a much better result. But what is done is done, and it was still good to finish all 52 laps of the race. This gives us lots of information about the car and the track, which was especially important with Robert's race ending early.
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20 July


GERMAN GRAND PRIX PREVIEW


Friday 23 to Sunday 25 July, 2010
Hockenheimring, Germany
Round: 11 of 19
Sam Michael, Technical Director
After a couple of good race results at two quite different circuits, the team is looking forward to a competitive outing at Hockenheim. Our target is to qualify both cars in the top ten and to race for points. We have made some further modifications to the diffuser and also to the blown rear wing, which we'll test during Friday’s practice sessions. Although the development race is fierce, testing restrictions really enable all of the teams to compete on equal terms.
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Bridgestone Motorsport German Grand Prix Preview


19 Jul. 2010
Formula 1 continues the second half of the season with a radical tyre allocation approach for the German Grand Prix where Bridgestone’s hard and super soft compound Potenza tyres will be used. The tyres from the extreme ends of Bridgestone’s dry allocation can be brought to the Hockenheim track due to its characteristics being in the middle range in terms of layout and track surface severity of those experienced through the season. The 4.574 km track is a compromise circuit in terms of having high speeds for much of the lap allied to a much lower speed final section.
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16 July


Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team, hoping to achieve its third double-car finish in a row in Hockenheim


Hockenheim, Friday 16 July 2010
Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team wants to tie in another good performance like the one the team showed at the last race in Silverstone. Alternating with the Nürburgring circuit, the German Grand Prix takes place at the long Hockenheim circuit this year. The track, with a length of 4.574 km, is well-known for its unique atmosphere in the “Motodrom” arena sector. After its reconstruction in 2002, the circuit is amongst the most modern tracks of the calendar and has proved a recipe for thrilling fights. The track features a flat-out section, the Parabolika, where drivers can reach speeds of up to 320 km/h just before breaking heavily into the right-hand hairpin. This is the scene of most overtaking maneuvers, and getting the braking right here is critical. Another passing place for the most fearless of the drivers is at the entrance of the stadium section, where the cars arrive at 205 km/h.
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Preview – German Grand Prix


11th of 19 Championship Rounds, 23rd – 25th July 2010, Hockenheim
Hinwil, 16th July 2010 – After two encouraging Grands Prix with a booty of 14 World Championship points for Kamui Kobayashi, the team is looking forward to the German Grand Prix on the 25th of July in Hockenheim. Pedro de la Rosa, who had his best qualifying result so far this year in England with ninth, hopes for more luck in the race. The two C29s will have modified diffusers and proudly display on their monocoques the message that it is the 40th anniversary of Sauber Motorsport.
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2010 GERMAN GRAND PRIX - PREVIEW

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HOCKENHEIM, 23-25 JULY
The German Grand Prix, Round 11 of the 2010 Formula One World Championship, takes place at the Hockenheimring on Sunday 25 July.
Following the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, the weekend will be the second home race in a row for MERCEDES GP PETRONAS and held just 100kms from the Daimler and Mercedes-Benz headquarters in Stuttgart.
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2010 SANTANDER GERMAN Grand Prix preview


Martin Whitmarsh, Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
“We’ve come off an extremely successful run of recent races, but we’re nonetheless under no illusions that we need to bring further performance to the MP4-25 if we are to remain at the forefront of this championship battle.
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15 July


40 years of Sauber Motorsport – a tale of the unexpected - the story


Hinwil, 15th July 2010
Peter Sauber had not shown any particular interest in cars, and none at all in driving them around a track. Indeed, even today he views cars as no more than a means of getting from A to B. And yet Sauber Motorsport is set to celebrate 40 years in the motor racing business. A story which began largely by chance was backed up by impressive perseverance and later driven by the virtues of hard work and considerable skill.
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40 years of Sauber Motorsport - “They’re all such scaredy-cats, change the colour!”

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Hinwil, 15th July 2010
This year Sauber Motorsport is celebrating 40 years in motor racing. Swiss businessman and team owner Peter Sauber reflects on some eventful times.
The German Grand Prix at Hockenheim on 25th July will see Sauber Motorsport celebrate 40 years of racing. The C29 cars of Pedro de la Rosa and Kamui Kobayashi will carry an appropriate inscription, and a photo gallery is now online in the media section of www.sauber-motorsport.com.
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GERMAN GRAND PRIX PREVIEW

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The German Grand Prix marks the start of the second half of the season and it’s shaping up to be an extremely newsworthy event.
For the first time since Canada, there will be no World Cup to distract sporting attention and there are all sorts of other reasons why this should be a high profile weekend. Even if Michael Schumacher is not having the greatest comeback season, his presence is bound to ensure a huge crowd and no doubt his loyal fans will be dusting off their old caps with the snappy “Deutsche Vermogensberatung” slogan to recall Schumi’s past glories. On top of that, there are four other German drivers on the grid and this will be the first time that a Mercedes F1 team has raced on home soil since the Fifties. Factor in Vettel-mania and you have a recipe for a sizzling weekend, sizzling in every sense, given that the middle of Germany in the middle of summer is usually a hot and sticky place to be.
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12 July


BRITISH GRAND PRIX - REVIEW


MONDAY 12 JULY, 2010

 P1 P2 P3 QUAL RESULT POINTS, C’SHIP STOPS, LAP FASTEST LAP
R BARRICHELLO 1:34.016 (10th) 1:32.967 (10th) 1:31.581 (10th) 1:31.175 (8th) 5th 29, 11th 1 (12) 1:33.615 (11th)
N HULKENBERG 1:33.377 (7th) 1:33.164 (12th) 1:31.867 (13th) 1:31.635 (13th) 10th 2, 17th 1 (27) 1:33.989 (13th)
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11 July


Bridgestone Motorsport’s British Grand Prix Report


11 Jul. 2010
Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber made a superb start from second on the grid to win a fast-paced British Grand Prix at the newly reconfigured Silverstone Circuit with a Bridgestone soft and hard tyre strategy.
Webber led championship points leader Lewis Hamilton across the line in hot and dry conditions. Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team driver Nico Rosberg finished third for the third time this season.
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Grand Prix of Great Britain


11th July 2010
For the first time this season, Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro finished a race without scoring a single point. It was clear the two Ferrari men would have a difficult Sunday immediately after the first few corners. Fernando made a bad start and came into contact with Felipe, who sustained slight damage to the front wing, but more importantly, a puncture on the right rear tyre. The Brazilian had to pit, thus dropping to the back of the field. Fernando found himself fifth and for a long time, fought with Rosberg and then after his pit stop, with Kubica.
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Round 10 - British GP - Race


Sunday 11 July 2010
Virgin Racing’s first home Grand Prix continued in the same vein as Qualifying and Free Practice, with a good performance step being demonstrated but minor problems preventing the team from capitalizing on the improvement. Timo drove an excellent race, splitting the Lotus pair in the second half of the race, but a small mistake towards the end of the Race cost him a place and he finished in 18th position.
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Webber Wins historic 150th Grand Prix at Silverstone


It was a masterclass in controlled driving from Mark Webber in this his 150th grand prix, after he overtook Sebastian off the line and lead until the chequered flag.
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2010 BRITISH GRAND PRIX


SUNDAY 11/07/10
Sebastien Buemi (STR5-02) Pos. 12th
“It did not go well for me today. In terms of our strategy, after my tyre change, I came out behind Liuzzi who had not pitted, so I spent around ten laps behind him, using my front tyres a lot and when the Safety Car went in, I had a lot of graining on my front left tyre. By the time that cleared up, I was able to put in some good lap times, but by then it was too late to do much. I am disappointed because I think one point might have been possible today, so we did not do a good job.”
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2010 British Grand Prix, Sunday


Robert Kubica, DNF
Fastest lap: 1:36.846
Started race on option
Pit stop: Lap 13, time in pits: 18.970 (prime)
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team pleased about another two car finish


Silverstone Circuit, Sunday, 11 July 2010
Weather: Sunny – air temperature 22°C, track temperature 39°C
Race: 52 laps
Track length: 5.891 km
Karun Chandhok F110-03 #20 19th
Sakon Yamamoto F110-02 #21 20th
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BRITISH GRAND PRIX RACE

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SUNDAY 11 JULY, 2010
AT&T Williams enjoyed their first double points-paying race of the season today in front of a home crowd at the British Grand Prix. Rubens Barrichello’s competitive form continued at Silverstone, where he took two places off the line to move into sixth place before gaining a further position in the second half of the race. Rubens maintained position to take fifth at the chequered flag, securing a second consecutive top five result for the team. A decisive strategy from the pitwall combined with a mature race drive saw Nico match his best result of the season to date and conclude his first outing at Silverstone in 10th place.
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2010 British Grand Prix Report


11 July 2010 - Adrian Sutil continued the Force India F1 Team's run of points finishes in today's British Grand Prix. The 27-year-old German secured a hard-fought eighth position, his sixth consecutive top ten finish, to bring the team's season total so far to 47 points. Tonio Liuzzi similarly put in a fighting performance to end the race in 11th position, less than a second from tenth and nine positions up from grid slot.
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2010 BRITISH GRAND PRIX - RACE


SILVERSTONE, 11 JULY
Nico Rosberg achieved his third podium finish of the season at the British Grand Prix today with an excellent drive from fifth position on the grid to take third place at the MERCEDES GP PETRONAS team's home race at Silverstone.

After an early pit stop, Michael Schumacher was also looking in a strong position when a small mistake on his out lap cost him valuable time and he came home in ninth place at the chequered flag.
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BRITISH GRAND PRIX


Silverstone, UK 11th July 2010
VIP guest Hazel Chapman brought a touch of the luck that had been missing in recent races back to Lotus Racing as the team recorded a double car finish at today’s British Grand Prix. Jarno Trulli made a great start and then put in a strong race to finish 16th, Heikki crossing the line just behind him in 17th. The day began with Hazel officially opening the team’s new motorhome alongside Tony Fernandes, Kamarudin Meranun, Bette Hill and former World Champion Nigel Mansell, the official FIA Steward for the British Grand Prix.
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British GP – Race


Sunday, 11.07.2010
Weather: dry, partly overcast, 21-22°C air, 32-40°C track
By finishing sixth in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone Kamui Kobayashi scored eight championship points and this is the best result for the team so far. His team mate, Pedro de la Rosa, had to give up at half distance because of damage to the rear of the car caused by an accident.
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2010 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX


Silverstone, Sunday July 11
MARTIN WHITMARSH , Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
"Well, what can I say?! Both our drivers drove fantastic races under serious pressure, and the result was 30 valuable points to add to our constructors’ world championship kitty.

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Race Classification after 52 Laps - 306.227 Kms


2010 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Silverstone

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT LAPS TIME GAP KPH
1 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 52 1:24:38.200 217.088
2 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 52 1:24:39.560 +1.360 217.030
3 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 52 1:24:59.507 +21.307 216.181
4 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 52 1:25:00.186 +21.986 216.152
5 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 52 1:25:09.656 +31.456 215.751
6 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 52 1:25:10.371 +32.171 215.721
7 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 52 1:25:14.934 +36.734 215.529
8 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 52 1:25:19.132 +40.932 215.352
9 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 52 1:25:19.799 +41.599 215.324
10 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 52 1:25:20.212 +42.012 215.306
11 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 52 1:25:20.659 +42.459 215.288
12 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 52 1:25:25.827 +47.627 215.071
13 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 52 1:25:37.574 +59.374 214.579
14 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 52 1:25:40.585 +62.385 214.453
15 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 52 1:25:45.689 +67.489 214.240
16 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 51 1:26:13.365 +1 LAP 208.995
17 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 51 1:26:13.616 +1 LAP 208.985
18 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 50 1:24:38.350 +2 LAPS 208.729
19 K. CHANDHOK IND HRT F1 Team 50 1:25:36.238 +2 LAPS 206.377
20 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 50 1:25:36.857 +2 LAPS 206.352
NOT CLASSIFIED
J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 44 1:12:43.873 DNF 213.745
P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 29 48:34.483 DNF 210.892
R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 19 31:56.864 DNF 210.013
L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 9 15:49.545 DNF 200.612
FASTEST LAP
F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:30.874 on lap 52 233.373

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10 July


Bridgestone Motorsport’s Saturday Update


10 Jul. 2010
Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel powered to his fifth pole of the season, using Bridgestone’s soft compound for a scintillating 1m 29.615secs around the new configuration Silverstone circuit for the British Grand Prix.
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Round 10 - British GP Qualifying


10 July 2010
Virgin Racing enjoyed a positive Qualifying session today in preparation for their debut home Grand Prix at Silverstone tomorrow.
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Grand Prix of Great Britain – 10th July 2010


A good qualifying for Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro, in preparation for tomorrow’s British Grand Prix, when it will have one driver on the second row and the other on the fourth. Fernando was consistently the third fastest driver in all three sessions, while Felipe Massa, fourth fastest in Q2, was unable to improve in the next stage and had to settle for seventh place, which nevertheless will see him start from the cleaner side of the grid.
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It's a Red Bull front row lock-out at Silverstone


“Wacka Wacka baby” were the words chosen by Sebastian Vettel to celebrate pole position for the British Grand Prix – his fifth of the season and the ninth from 10 for Red Bull Racing.
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2010 British Grand Prix, Saturday


FREE PRACTICE 3
Robert Kubica, R30-03, P6, 1:31.519, 18 laps
Vitaly Petrov, R30-02, P11, 1:31.698, 17 laps
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team is ready for tomorrow’s race and is supporting the Spanish team in the world cup final


Saturday 10 July 2010
Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team, had a day without technical issues at its tenth race of its history at the legendary Silverstone circuit. The Spanish team wants to show its support of the Spanish football team in tomorrow’s world cup final by putting a “Vamos España” sticker on both cars. Karun Chandhok qualified 23rd with a best lap time of 1.36.576 and his team mate Sakon Yamamoto is starting from position 24 (1.36.968) into tomorrow’s 52 laps race. Before, in the morning session, everything worked well. The Indian (22nd) clocked a best lap time of 1.36.286 and the Japanese was 24th (1.37.178).
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2010 British Grand Prix Qualifying and Final Free Practice Report


10 July 2010 - The Force India F1 Team will start tomorrow's British Grand Prix from 11th and 20th* positions with Adrian Sutil and Tonio Liuzzi respectively following a tough qualifying session round the modified Silverstone Circuit.

Adrian and Tonio eased into Q2, with Adrian posting a promising fourth quickest time in Q1. In the second segment however both struggled to replicate the grip on the softer tyre compound and missed the cut for Q3 by only a couple of tenths.

* After the session Tonio was however handed a five place grid penalty for impeding Nico Hulkenberg and will start 20th.
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British GP – Qualifying – Saturday


10.07.2010
Weather: dry, sun and clouds, 22-25°C air, 26-36°C track
Pedro de la Rosa achieved his best qualifying result of the season so far when he finished ninth in Silverstone. It was the fourth time this year the team had made it into the top ten qualifying with one car, and for the first time it was De la Rosa. Team mate, Kamui Kobayashi, qualified 12th for tomorrow’s British Grand Prix.
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2010 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING


Silverstone, Saturday July 10
MARTIN WHITMARSH, Team principal, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
“With extremely limited testing opportunities and a big upgrade package to develop, we were always going to be up against it this weekend – and so it proved. Nonetheless, I want to pay tribute to the indefatigable work ethic of all at Vodafone McLaren Mercedes. Everyone has made a truly enormous effort – and, although we had hoped to qualify rather more impressively than we did here at our home grand prix, everyone did an absolutely fantastic job when you consider that we found ourselves on the back foot this morning with an untried configuration to take into qualifying.
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2010 BRITISH GRAND PRIX - SILVERSTONE


10 JULY, QUALIFYING
In qualifying for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone today, MERCEDES GP PETRONAS showed an improved performance from recent races with Nico Rosberg achieving fifth place on the grid and Michael Schumacher in tenth position after a mistake on his quick lap in Q3 compromised his chances of finishing higher up the field.
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BRITISH GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING


SATURDAY 10 JULY, 2010
The AT&T Williams team capitalised on an intense two days of practice validating a significant package of car upgrades with a strong performance from Rubens Barrichello who will start tomorrow’s race from P8. Rubens’ team-mate, Nico Hulkenberg, had a more coloured session this afternoon, struggling with car performance and unfortunately baulked on his final pair of timed laps at the end of Q2. Without a clean run on option tyres, he could do no better than 13th.
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LOTUS RACING BRITISH GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING


Silverstone, UK 10th July 2010
Lotus Racing outclassed the other new teams in Saturday’s qualifying session at the British Grand Prix, Heikki Kovalainen finishing 19th and Jarno Trulli 21st, after an exciting session which showed the team’s upgrade package has kept them at the front of the pack chasing the midfield teams. The team enjoyed a royal visit just before qualifying, HRH Prince Andrew The Duke of York stopping by the Lotus Racing garage and being shown around by Team Principal Tony Fernandes and Chief Technical Officer Mike Gascoyne.
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Qualifying Session Classification


2010 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Silverstone

POS NAME NAT ENTRANT Q1 Q2 Q3
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:30.841 1:30.480 1:29.615
2 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:30.858 1:30.114 1:29.758
3 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:30.997 1:30.700 1:30.426
4 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:31.297 1:31.118 1:30.556
5 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:31.626 1:31.085 1:30.625
6 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:31.680 1:31.344 1:31.040
7 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:31.313 1:31010 1:31.172
8 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:31.424 1:31.126 1:31.175
9 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:31.533 1:31.327 1:31.274
10 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:32.058 1:31.022 1:31.430
11 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:311 09 1:31.399
12 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:31.851 1:31.421
13 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:32.144 1:31.635
14 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:31.435 1:31.699
15 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:32.226 1:31.708
16 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:31.638 1:31.796
17 S. BUEMI SU I Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:31.901 1:32.012
18 J . ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:32.430
19 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:34.405
20 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:34.775
21 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:34.864
22 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:35.212
23 K. CHANDHOK IND HRT F1 Team 1:36.576
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:36.968
POLE POSITION LAP
S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:29.615 236.652 KPH
FASTEST LAP OVERALL
S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:29.615 236.652 KPH

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Third Practice Session Classification


2010 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Silverstone

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME [LAPS] GAP KPH
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:30.958 [14] 233.158
2 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:30.992 [15] +0.034 233.071
3 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:31.101 [10] +0.143 232.792
4 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:31.188 [15] +0.230 232.570
5 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:31.240 [16] +0.282 232.437
6 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:31.519 [18] +0.561 231.728
7 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:31.549 [16] +0.591 231.652
8 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:31.555 [14] +0.597 231.637
9 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:31.559 [18] +0.601 231.627
10 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:31.581 [16] +0.623 231.572
11 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:31.698 [17] +0.740 231.276
12 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:31.703 [16] +0.745 231.263
13 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:31.867 [17] +0.909 230.851
14 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:31.947 [16] +0.989 230.650
15 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:31.994 [13] +1.036 230.532
16 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:32.235 [18] +1.277 229.930
17 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:32.331 [20] +1.373 229.691
18 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:32.723 [18] +1.765 228.719
19 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:34.339 [20] +3.381 224.802
20 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:35.479 [17] +4.521 222.117
21 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:36.098 [11] +5.140 220.687
22 K. CHANDHOK IND HRT F1 Team 1:36.286 [16] +5.328 220.256
23 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:36.640 [6] +5.682 219.449
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:37.178 [18] +6.220 218.234


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AIRASIA X & LOTUS RACING PARTNERSHIP TAKES OFF

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Silverstone, UK 10th July 2010
AirAsia X officially announced a partnership with Lotus Racing, during the world famous British Grand Prix held at the home of British Motor Racing, Silverstone from 9 – 11 July.
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09 July


Round 10 - British GP FP1 and 2


9 July 2010
A typically un-British summer’s day meant that Virgin Racing’s first ever session on home soil would be on a dry track, although the expectation was that most of the action would take place during the second half of first practice. And so it proved, with Lucas venturing on to the circuit only for a few single laps to gather aero data while a small leak was rectified on Timo’s car. The session was the first opportunity to evaluate the aero upgrades on the cars for this weekend, and Timo quickly showed that they were definitely a good step in the right direction. Some dramatic television shots showed that the car was bottoming on the new section of the track, information which the engineers would take into account while deciding on an initial set-up for second free practice. Timo and Lucas finished the session in 20th and 21st positions.
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Grand Prix of Great Britain


9th July 2010
A lot of work for Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro at Silverstone this Friday. Over the first two sessions of free practice, the team completed a total of 92 laps of the new track layout; 46 with each driver. “We had a good day, especially as we were able to complete a very intensive work programme,” said Stefano Domenicali. “With in-season testing banned, Fridays take on a dual function – preparing the cars for qualifying and the race and the development of new solutions for the short and medium term – and today we completed both phases.
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Bridgestone Motorsport’s Friday Update


09 Jul. 2010
Bridgestone’s soft tyre took Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber to the fastest time of the day at the new configuration Silverstone circuit for the first day of the British Grand Prix.
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2010 British Grand Prix, Friday


Robert Kubica, R30-03
Free Practice 1: P3, 1.32.725, 21 laps
Free Practice 2: P11, 1:33.019, 30 laps

Robert: It has been a fairly normal Friday for us. Of course there is a new layout this year, so I had to get a feeling for the braking points and the lines, but to be honest it only took a couple of laps. We then evaluated a new front wing, but we will probably use the older spec for the rest of the weekend. In the afternoon we worked on the set-up just to get a feeling for the car, but I think we will stick with the settings we had this morning. The new part of the track was dirty and slippery because it was quite windy and there was a lot of dust. There is also a huge bump in turn 11 on the new tarmac, which is quite surprising for a new section of track.
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team is running well with Karun Chandhok and Sakon Yamamoto in Britain


Friday 09 July 2010
At the tenth race of its short history, Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team, made its debut at the “Home of British Motor Racing” in Silverstone. In the morning session, Karun Chandhok ended up on position 22 clocking a best lap time of 1.38.735 and his teammate Sakon Yamamoto, who is celebrating his 28th birthday today, finished 24th with a lap time of 1.39.673. Both drivers could improve their lap times in the second practice and in total, the Indian and the Japanese added 107 laps on the team’s tally. At the end of the afternoon session, Karun Chandhok was 22nd (1.37.019) and Sakon Yamamoto 23rd (1.38.303).
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SILVERSTONE FRIDAY PRACTICE


Silverstone, UK 9th July 2010
Lotus Racing’s Silverstone Friday Practice debut was a day of mixed fortunes, with Heikki Kovalainen completing 41 laps and finishing under a second behind Alguersuari’s Toro Rosso, but Fairuz Fauzy and Jarno Trulli both suffering technical issues that curtailed their running.
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BRITISH GRAND PRIX PRACTICE


Sam Michael, Technical Director
We’ve had a good day evaluating set-up and tyres, as well as testing the new parts that we’ve brought here. The upgrades all worked as expected, including the exhaust blown diffuser, so we will be keeping that on both cars for the rest of the weekend. Nico’s car had a gearbox oil leak between sessions which cost him some time at the start of the second practice session.
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2010 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX – FREE PRACTICE


Silverstone, Friday July 9
LEWIS HAMILTON
MP4-25A-04
P1 programme 16 laps 1m32.614s (+0.334s) 2nd
P2 programme 22 laps 1m32.757s (+1.523s) 8th

“It’s a fantastic feeling to be racing at home again. You feel that the most when you launch from the pitlane exit and see so many fans on the banking – and they’re all waving at you! And when you’re driving, you really can pick out all those rocket-red caps all around the track, even on a Friday. And that support is definitely a bonus. The fans always make my weekend – the Silverstone fans are the best in the world.
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2010 BRITISH GRAND PRIX - SILVERSTONE


9 JULY - PRACTICE
The opening two practice sessions for the British Grand Prix took place today at the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire giving the MERCEDES GP PETRONAS drivers, Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher, their first opportunity to experience the remodelled and extended track layout.
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2010 British Grand Prix Free Practice Report


25 June 2010 - The Force India F1 Team's home Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit - just metres from its HQ - got underway today with the first day of practice.
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Jaypee Sports International (JPSI) to sponsor Karun Chandhok in F1


Silverstone, 9th July 2010
Jaypee Sports International (JPSI) agreed to a partnership with Hispania Racing´s, HRT F1 Team´s driver Karun Chandhok starting with this week´s British Formula 1 Grand Prix. Hispania Racing´s, HRT F1 Team´s race car will carry the Jaypee Group logo.
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GP – 1st/2nd Free Practice


Friday, 09.07.2010
Weather: sunny and dry, 21-28°C air, 28-43°C track
The team had a full programme to go through during the first two free practice sessions ahead of the British Grand Prix in Silverstone. Besides the usual evaluation of the two tyre compounds and the job of getting familiar with the new 800 metres long loop in sector three, the team also used a new front wing and lost some track time because of a technical problem on Kamui Kobayashi’s car. Kobayashi was 14th in the second session, and Pedro de la Rosa was 17th.
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Second Practice Session Classification


2010 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Silverstone

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME [LAPS] GAP KPH

1 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:31.234 [15] 232.452
2 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:31.626 [26] +0.392 231.458
3 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:31.875 [25] +0.641 230.831
4 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:32.099 [25] +0.865 230.269
5 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:32.166 [29] +0.932 230.102
6 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:32.660 [28] +1.426 228.875
7 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:32.745 [29] +1.511 228.665
8 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:32.757 [22] +1.523 228.636
9 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:32.787 [27] +1.553 228.562
10 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:32.967 [33] +1.733 228.119
11 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:33.019 [30] +1.785 227.992
12 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:33.164 [29] +1.930 227.637
13 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:33.200 [24] +1.966 227.549
14 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:33.402 [23] +2.168 227.057
15 V. LIUZZI ITA Force India F1 Team 1:33.728 [27] +2.494 226.267
16 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:33.836 [36] +2.602 226.007
17 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:34.051 [29] +2.817 225.490
18 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:34.643 [36] +3.409 224.079
19 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:35.465 [25] +4.231 222.150
20 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:36.237 [24] +5.003 220.368
21 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:36.553 [21] +5.319 219.647
22 K. CHANDHOK IND HRT F1 Team 1:37.019 [27] +5.785 218.592
23 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:38.303 [32] +7.069 215.737
24 J. TRULLI ITA Lotus Racing 1:42.901 [3] +11.667 206.097

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First Practice Session Classification


2010 FORMULA 1 SANTANDER BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Silverstone

POS DRIVER NAT ENTRANT TIME [LAPS] GAP KPH
1 S. VETTEL GER Red Bull Racing 1:32.280 [22] 229.817
2 L. HAMILTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:32.614 [16] +0.334 228.989
3 R. KUBICA POL Renault F1 Team 1:32.725 [21] +0.445 228.715
4 M. WEBBER AUS Red Bull Racing 1:32.747 [23] +0.467 228.660
5 A. SUTIL GER Force India F1 Team 1:32.968 [18] +0.688 228.117
6 N. ROSBERG GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:33.318 [21] +1.038 227.261
7 N. HULKENBERG GER AT&T Williams 1:33.377 [19] +1.097 227.118
8 J. BUTTON GBR Vodafone McLaren Mercedes 1:33.519 [20] +1.239 226.773
9 M. SCHUMACHER GER Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team 1:33.955 [18] +1.675 225.720
10 R. BARRICHELLO BRA AT&T Williams 1:34.016 [17] +1.736 225.574
11 S. BUEMI SUI Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:34.132 [21] +1.852 225.296
12 V. PETROV RUS Renault F1 Team 1:34.365 [22] +2.085 224.740
13 F. ALONSO ESP Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:34.490 [20] +2.210 224.442
14 P. DI RESTA GBR Force India F1 Team 1:34.580 [22] +2.300 224.229
15 K. KOBAYASHI JPN BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:34.710 [16] +2.430 223.921
16 P. DE LA ROSA ESP BMW Sauber F1 Team 1:34.901 [17] +2.621 223.470
17 F. MASSA BRA Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro 1:35.037 [21] +2.757 223.150
18 J. ALGUERSUARI ESP Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:35.318 [27] +3.038 222.493
19 H. KOVALAINEN FIN Lotus Racing 1:36.747 [16] +4.467 219.206
20 T. GLOCK GER Virgin Racing 1:37.330 [11] +5.050 217.893
21 L. DI GRASSI BRA Virgin Racing 1:37.518 [15] +5.238 217.473
22 K. CHANDHOK IND HRT F1 Team 1:38.735 [21] +6.455 214.793
23 F. FAUZY MAS Lotus Racing 1:39.510 [11] +7.230 213.120
24 S. YAMAMOTO JPN HRT F1 Team 1:39.673 [27] +7.393 212.771

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AT&T PUTS PRINCE’S TRUST IN THE FAST LANE AT THE BRITISH GRAND PRIX


Logo of leading youth charity featured on AT&T Williams cars at Silverstone race
London, UK, July 8, 2010 - AT&T* today announced it will celebrate its ongoing support for
The Prince’s Trust by placing the youth charity’s logo on the AT&T Williams race cars during the British Grand Prix.
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Feature: Paul di Resta's home race


On Friday morning there will be a third British driver for fans to watch when Force India test and reserve driver Paul di Resta does his usual stint in the first practice session, standing in for Tonio Liuzzi.

This will be the first chance that Paul has had to perform in front of a home Grand Prix crowd, but he's been going to Silverstone since he was a kid, often to watch his cousin Dario Franchitti in action.
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DELL JOINS LOTUS RACING AS AN OFFICIAL TECHNICAL SUPPLIER


Silverstone, UK 9th July 2010
The fastest new team in Formula One™ is delighted to announce that Dell™ has joined our Official Technical Supplier roster. Innovation and technology have been at the heart of Formula One™ since its inception. To compete effectively in today’s modern era, teams need best in class partners in order to accelerate on and off-track development.
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08 July


British GP - Massa: “things can change in the next few races”


Silverstone, 8 July – As Felipe Massa faced the media this afternoon in the Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro media hospitality, it was clear that some of the press has confused lack of results with a lack of competitiveness from the Prancing Horse, suggesting that updates introduced at the European Grand Prix “had not worked.” “That was definitely not the case,” said the Brazilian, putting them right.
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British GP - Alonso: “75 points available in July”


Silverstone, 8 July – To be honest, Fernando Alonso was more of a spectator than a participant at this afternoon’s FIA Press Conference at the Silverstone circuit, because the media were more interested in trying to see if they could spark an argument between the two home drivers and team-mates, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton…they failed.
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ADAM PARR CONFIRMED AS CHAIRMAN OF WILLIAMS GRAND PRIX ENGINEERING LTD

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08 July, 2010. Silverstone, UK. Williams F1 today announced the appointment of Adam Parr as Chairman of Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited.
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Round 10 - British GP Preview


This weekend (9-11 July), Virgin Racing will be competing on home asphalt for the very first time as the Team prepares for Round 10 of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship - the British Grand Prix - at Silverstone.
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A historic venue, a new track


The 2010 Formula 1 World Championship reaches its halfway point this weekend, with the sixty first running of the British Grand Prix and, after a bid to move this year’s event to Donington Park collapsed, Silverstone circuit plays host to the race for the forty fourth time. The race in England has great significance in the Scuderia’s history as it was here in 1951, that the Prancing Horse took its first ever World Championship victory, when Froilan Gonzalez beat Juan Manuel Fangio’s Alfa Romeo by 51 seconds after completing 90 laps of the 4.7 kilometre track. The Scuderia has gone on to win this event a further fourteen times, with the last victory dating back to 2007, when Kimi Raikkonen was first past the flag. Of our current line-up, Fernando Alonso won at Silverstone in 2006, with two second places to his name in 2005 and 2007, while Felipe Massa’s best result was a fourth place last year. Our Brazilian driver is particularly keen to improve on that, a sentiment he shares with his race engineer, Rob Smedley, for whom this is the home race.
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07 July


Robert Kubica commits to Renault until end of 2012


Renault F1 Robert Kubica Contract Announcement Renault F1, Enstone, Oxfordshire, UK. 7th July 2010 Robert Kubica and Eric Boullier, Renault F1 Team Principal. Credit: Renault F1.
The Renault F1 Team is pleased to announce that Robert Kubica has agreed a contract extension which will make him a Renault driver until the end of the 2012 season.
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06 July


GREEN AND YELLOW BACK AT SILVERSTONE


Hingham, UK 6th July 2010
The British Grand Prix at Silverstone, the next stop in the 2010 Formula One™ World Championship, will see the iconic green and yellow colours of Lotus Racing make an emotional return to the team’s second home, giving British fans their first chance to see the sport’s fastest new team in full race action at the revised Silverstone circuit. Lotus Racing are looking forward to a very busy weekend on and off the track, aiming to continue their progress towards the midfield with a host of aerodynamic and mechanical upgrades on the cars, giving their third driver Fairuz Fauzy another stint in the cockpit in the first practice session on Friday, and the official launch of their new motorhome in the paddock, with Hazel Chapman performing the opening ceremony on Sunday morning.
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BRITISH GRAND PRIX PREVIEW


Friday 9 to Sunday 11 July, 2010
Silverstone Circuit, Northampton
Round: 10 of 19
Sam Michael, Technical Director
Although Silverstone has undergone some significant layout changes since last year, the traditional, high speed first sector hasn’t been touched and remains the circuit’s biggest challenge for the drivers and chassis. The FW32 will have further upgrades for the British Grand Prix, including an exhaust blown diffuser, rear brake duct and front suspension changes. We'll evaluate the exhaust during the practice sessions on Friday and will make a final decision as to whether we race it that night.
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BRITISH GRAND PRIXVIEW - BACK TO SILVERSTONE AT LAST


They say time flies when you’re having fun, which suggests that all those British Grands Prix staged at Donington Park must have been fantastic, because it hardly seems like more than a year since the World Championship event was held at Silverstone. That’s impossible of course, because so much has changed since those far off days.
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Silverstone Preview


With the British Grand Prix this coming weekend, Silverstone is back! In truth, 'The Home of British Motorsport' never really went away...
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The changing face of Silverstone


With a new track layout awaiting the drivers at Silverstone this weekend, there's been plenty of homework for the Renault F1 Team to do. The circuit is now 745 metres longer and lap times will be around the 90-second mark, some 10 seconds slower than last year. Over the past few months, the team's engineers have carried out hundreds of simulations to get to grips with the challenge ahead.
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Vitaly Petrov: “So much has happened to me in the last six months”


Vitaly, at the last race in Valencia you had a mixed weekend. What did you learn from it?
We had a lot of new upgrades to the car in Valencia and so the car felt very different and I had to adapt my driving style quite a bit. I was happy to get a good result in qualifying and make it into the top ten, but unfortunately I had no new tyres left for Q3 so I couldn't improve on tenth place. In the race I didn't want to risk too much at the start and I was lucky not to crash with the Force Indias, which were attacking hard. But the important thing is that I was able to finish the race, learn about the car, and get some more experience. Everybody knows how difficult it is to overtake in Valencia so I followed De la Rosa and was waiting for a mistake. He made one mistake in the race, but unfortunately I was not close enough to get by.
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Robert Kubica: “We can be proud of what we have achieved so far”


Robert, Silverstone is one of the classic circuits in the F1 season. How much fun is it for the drivers?
It's an exciting circuit, a very challenging track, especially the first six or seven corners which are just amazing with current F1 cars. Most of them are nearly flat out, or perhaps even flat – it depends on the wind direction – and as soon as you exit one, you're into the next one straight away: it's just amazing how much speed you can carry through them. Of course, there is the new section this year, as well, which I've seen on the internet and on TV when MotoGP raced there: it looks quite bumpy, and different to the previous version of the circuit, but I think overall that Silverstone is a place where all the drivers are happy to drive, because it really shows 100% of the potential of an F1 car in the high-speed corners.
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Eric Boullier: “Everyone in the team has risen to the challenge this year”


Eric, looking back on the first half of the season, has the performance of the team met your expectations?
At the beginning of the season we had a reasonable performance level with R30 and we knew that we needed to push hard to develop the car. Everyone in the team has risen to the challenge and we have seen the result of all this effort at the track with the car improving race by race. So, yes, I'm pleased that we have made good progress and I hope that we can maintain this for the rest of the year.
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British Grand Prix Preview 9 - 11 July 2010


6 July 2010 - The 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship reaches its halfway point at the British Grand Prix, round ten of the series. For the Force India F1 Team the British Grand Prix always has a special resonance, with its factory based just metres from the gates to Silverstone circuit. With new upgrades scheduled to debut this race and a British driver in its line-up for the first time since 2003 the team is even more eager to see the 2010 edition get underway.
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05 July


Bridgestone Motorsport British Grand Prix Preview


05 Jul. 2010
Formula 1 hits the halfway mark of the season at a familiar but significantly revised venue as Bridgestone’s hard and soft compound Potenza tyres take on the challenge of the new configuration Silverstone circuit for the British Grand Prix.
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FAIRUZ FAUZY CONFIRMED FOR FOUR MORE FRIDAY PRACTICE RUNS

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Hingham, UK / Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 5th July 2010
Lotus Racing has today confirmed that Fairuz Fauzy will be driving in Friday Practice for the team at four more races in 2010, adding to the mileage he already has under his belt from the pre-season tests at Jerez and Barcelona, and the excellent contribution he made in FP1 at the Malaysian Grand Prix in April. He will be taking part in FP1 at Silverstone, Hungary, Singapore and the season-closing Abu Dhabi races, taking over Jarno Trulli’s T127-04, and Heikki Kovalainen’s T127-01 chassis at two races each.
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04 July


Bridgestone Motorsport Feature – Round 10, British GP


04 Jul. 2010
Bridgestone’s other F1 tyres…
Bridgestone’s principal participation in Formula One covers the period from 1997 to 2010, however the Bridgestone Corporation does have another brand name in its portfolio with a rich history in Formula One as well as other motorsport.
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02 July


British Grand Prix Preview


After the arriviste venue of Valencia, we now move to the British Grand Prix, which along with the Italian race, shares the honour of being the longest standing fixture on the Formula One calendar.

Both races have been run 60 times, but Monza holds the record of staging its national race fifty nine times, while Silverstone is on 43. After a great deal of uncertainty and a mooted switch to Donington Park, which never happened, the Northamptonshire venue looks like a safe bet for the next few years, and most people feel that is only right and proper, as the former RAF base is widely regarded as the home of British motorsport.
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Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team, ready to build on the two-car finish from Valencia at the “Home of British Motor Racing” in Silverstone


Silverstone, Friday 02 July 2010
Hispania Racing, HRT F1 Team is prepared for its debut at the legendary British Grand Prix. Silverstone has a long history, as it held the very first round of the Formula One World Championship back in 1950. Nowadays, it is a very fast and flowing circuit with an average speed of 220 km/h and where top speeds up to 300 km/h are possible at the “Hangar straight”. Its 18 corners (8 to the left and 10 to the right) are mainly fast and medium speed and the combination of the “Maggotts-Backetts-Chapel” turns are a fascinating part of the track for the drivers. The new “Arena” section that has been newly built between turn 11 (Abbey) and turn 16 (Luffield), increases the track length to a total of 5.900 km.
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2010 SANTANDER BRITISH Grand Prix preview


Jenson Button
“Racing in front of your home crowd is one of the biggest buzzes for any racing driver. And racing at Silverstone is always an exceptional experience – the crowds are huge throughout the weekend, everybody absolutely knows their stuff, and the motivation and support you get is like nowhere else on earth. I love it.
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Preview – British Grand Prix


10th of 19 Championship Rounds, 9th – 11th July 2010
Hinwil, 2nd July 2010 – The British Grand Prix at Silverstone is a classic. After last year’s crowd held what they believed was a farewell party, as it looked as if the British Grand Prix would move to Donington, they can now welcome Formula One again on the weekend of the 9th to 11th July and many years to come. The much lauded Northamptonshire circuit has a different look for its new era. Between the Abbey and Luffield corners an almost 800 metres long arena-like section has been added, but famous corners like Maggotts or Becketts, Copse or Stowe, remained untouched. The C29 will appear again with some new aero parts. After the recent upgrade had a positive influence on the car’s race performance in Valencia, the team hopes for more progress in Silverstone.
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2010 BRITISH GRAND PRIX - PREVIEW


SILVERSTONE, 9-11 JULY
Round 10 of the 2010 Formula One World Championship, the British Grand Prix, takes place next weekend at the remodelled Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire. Venue for the first World Championship Grand Prix held sixty years ago in May 1950, Silverstone will be the second home race of the season for MERCEDES GP PETRONAS whose factory in Brackley is just eight miles from the track with Mercedes-Benz HighPerformanceEngines in Brixworth 20 miles away.
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