According to Germany’s leading F1 publication, Sport Bild, Nico Rosberg may deserve very little blame in Sunday incident with Lewis Hamilton. Here is a screen grab of the article(translation). For the entire story please click the link.
Aug.26 (GMM) The F1 world is split over Nico Rosberg’s actions in the Belgian Grand Prix. Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton’s former McLaren teammate, thinks the incident that left the 2008 world champion almost 30 points behind the sister Mercedes was questionable at best. It is a shame it’s not a cleaner fight. Jensen Button “There was nothing there,” British newspapers quote him … Keep reading Source: Motorsport.com – F1 – Stories
Aug.25 (GMM) Daniel Ricciardo has declared himself in the hunt for the 2014 world championship. Before the title war between Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg exploded in Belgium, no one would have bet against a dominant victory for one or the other of the silver-clad duo. But as their personal battle spilled into on-track carnage at Spa-Francorchamps, Red Bull’s … Keep reading Source: Motorsport.com – F1 – Stories
DANIEL RICCIARDO WINS HIS SECOND CONSECUTIVE RACE WITH A TWO-STOP
STRATEGY: SETS HIS FASTEST LAP ON THE FINAL TOUR
THREE STOP STRATEGIES USED TO BOOST PACE WHEN IT IS MOST NEEDED
HIGH PERFORMANCE AND LOW DEGRADATION ON MEDIUM AND SOFT
COMPOUNDS AT ONE OF THE MOST DEMANDING CIRCUITS OF THE YEAR
Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo has won his second consecutive grand prix, from fifth on the grid in Belgium. The Australian used a two-stop strategy, starting with two stints on the P Zero Yellow soft tyre and finishing the grand prix on the P Zero White medium.
Post-event Press Conference Sunday 24 August Present: 1st – Thierry Neuville, Hyundai Motorsport 1st – Nicolas Gilsoul, Hyundai Motorsport 2nd – Dani Sordo, Hyundai Motorsport 2nd – Marc Marti, Hyundai Motorsport 3rd – Andreas Mikkelsen, Volkswagen Motorsport II 3rd – Ola Floene, Volkswagen Motorsport II Michel Nandan, Team Principal, Hyundai Motorsport Q: Thierry, congratulations on your first-ever WRC win and the first win for Hyundai! What an incredible event it has been! Last year, there was a battle between you and Dani Sordo. He took the win last year, you take it this year. How are you feeling?
Hamilton and Rosberg's rivalry took another turn today. This article can be found in it’s original form can be found here: Belgian Grand Prix – Team War Intensifies Shared via RSS
Spa-Francorchamps – Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has claimed pole position at Spa using the Cinturato Green intermediate tyre, becoming the sixth different driver to sit on pole in Belgium in the last six years. He beat his team mate Lewis Hamilton in tricky conditions, with Mercedes enjoying a pace advantage of around two seconds over rival teams. A heavy rain shower before qualifying … Keep reading Source: Motorsport.com – F1 – Stories
Jari-Matti Latvala’s FIA World Rally Championship title hopes have been bolstered once again following a second accident for Sébastien Ogier which has ruled him out of the rest of Rallye Deutschland. Latvala continues to head the field and has pulled out a 56.6 second lead over Kris Meeke, the Briton withstanding pressure from behind to maintain second position. Thierry Neuville has climbed up the leaderboard from fifth to third following an impressive day of competition. The second day of ADAC Rallye Deutschland presented a very different challenge, the route taking the contenders into the forests, down narrow country roads
In a rain soaked Qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix, there was no real change to proceedings as Mercedes' Nico Rosberg achieved pole position ahead This article can be found in it’s original form can be found here: Belgian Grand Prix: Rosberg edges Hamilton in Spa qualifying Shared via RSS
Daniil Kvyat (FP1: 1:53.594, pos. 12th, 21 laps / FP2: 1:50.725, pos. 7th, 25 laps): “I really enjoyed driving this track today and I’m quite happy with the car and how we managed to get through our programme. We improved the car balance between the two sessions and I have to say that I feel confident for tomorrow, where I hope we will continue on this strong trend and improve even … Keep reading Source: Motorsport.com – F1 – Stories