• 2008-06-22非常满意的排位赛

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    胖子难得展示一次排位速度——尤其是超软胎速度,很好!

    CD知道最后把胖子叫回去也很聪明(CD:我什么时候不聪明了?)

    胖子,努力跑吧!

     

    PS,起步前排发车顺序是大头的JQ集团总集合……

    1.胖子(大头的追赶对象)         

            2.Massa(大头的吵架对象) 

                3+10. 黑黑——孩儿们的敌人……

    3.大头 

            4.努力(大头的保护神)

                5+5. 毛毛,另一个追求大头的人……

    5.裤衩(追求大头的人)

    大头调戏胖子图,看这里看这里,来自西芬王道吧 

     

    大头粉丝俱乐部法国聚会照片:

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    PPS,毛毛就因为Q1的塞车被罚?Webber兄似乎也没说什么啊……

    摸毛毛…… 

    妖孽秃:heikki明显会被处罚,所以我们临时给他换了Q3策略……重油……


    Dennis said McLaren changed Kovalainen's strategy for Q3 when it became apparent that he would be penalised - so as not to be stuck too far down the field with a light fuel load.

    "It's not the way we wanted it to be, but in the end, once it had happened we changed strategy to try to minimise the damage tomorrow, and that clearly put Heikki down the grid," he explained.

    "So he did a great job I think, and retrospectively tomorrow when you look at the stops and everything, fuel-corrected he did a great job."

    ……

    下面是PF1的排位赛报告。


    Qualy Report: Kimi clinches Ferrari's 200th pole
    Saturday 21st June 2008

     

    Kimi Raikkonen grabbed Ferrari's 200th pole position at Magny-Cours on Saturday, edging team-mate Felipe Massa to the coveted grid slot.

    Massa had dominated the first two qualifying sessions, however, the Brazilian wasn't able to pull off a perfect lap in Q3. That paved the way for Raikkonen to post a 1:16.449.

    Lewis Hamilton qualified in third place, however, the McLaren driver will start 13th in the grid after incurring a ten-grid slot penalty at the previous race in Canada. 

    That means Fernando Alonso will be bumped up third place on the grid, and like Hamilton rumours suggest he could be on a three-stopper come Sunday afternoon.

    Qualifying Report
    Saturday morning practice had ended with an unreal look to it, with Nelson Piquet ending quickest and Renault team-mate Fernando Alonso down in 12th. Kimi Raikkonen was 5th, Lewis Hamilton 7th, Felipe Massa 9th and Robert Kubica back in 14th. The top 18 cars were all within a second of each other indicating some possible surprises in the session ahead. 

    The ambient temperature was 27C and the track was at 41C at the Magny Cours circuit, as home boy Sebastien Bourdais grabbed the media spotlight with an initial P1 of 1:16.806. This was soon put into perspective by team-mate Sebastian Vettel who reduced it to a 1:16.303.

    The Ferraris were out early and their first laps were not outstanding - Felipe Massa still managed to lower P1 to 1:16.107 with team-mate Kimi Raikkonen just a shade slower. McLaren's Heikki Kovalainen then took P1 with a 1:15.965 and Lewis Hamilton - despite a couple of mistakes - lowered it to 1:15.634. 

    Surprisingly, the Ferraris went on to put in a second and third flying lap and reduce their times to 1:15.766 for Raikkonen and 1:15.830 for Massa. Most notable, though, was the lack of form for the BMW team with Kubica in 9th and Heidfeld in 18th after their first runs. 

    With three minutes left the danger positions were: 13.Rosberg, 14.Piquet, 15.Nakajima, 16.Button, 17.Barrichello, 18.Heidfeld, 19.Sutil, 20.Fisichella. 

    The Ferrari team were clearly keen on getting a lot of data to take into Q2 and sent both Massa and Raikkonen out again, Felipe decimating the fastest time with a 1:15.024 and Raikkonen slotting in behind him. 

    Traffic was a problem for many of the runners in the final surge for a time. Kubica leapt up to P4, Trulli improved to P3, Heidfeld finally got his act together and claimed P12, while Glock continued Toyota's impressive weekend by taking P6.

    Out went:
    16. Nakajima
    17.Button
    18.Barrichello
    19.Fisichella
    20.Sutil
    There had been just one second separating 1st and 15th placed Nico Rosberg. 

    Qualifying 2
    There were 11 minutes left on the clock when Sebastien Boudais took to the track in the Toro Rosso. Soft tyres were now the order of the day for all runners. Despite having to swerve off the racing line to avoid a Ferrari he set P1 at 1:16.045. This was bettered by team-mate Vettel with a 1:15.870. 

    Mark Webber reduced it to 1:15.488 and Fernando Alonso nicked inside on a 1:15.483. Lewis Hamilton couldn't better Alonso's time and had to be content with P2. 

    This very rapidly became P4 as the two Ferraris effortlessly claimed P1 and P2, Raikkonen with a 1:15.161 and then Massa bettering it with a 1:15.041. Further back Heikki Kovalainen could manage only P8.

    Going into the final three minutes the danger positions were: 7.Trulli, 8.Kovalainen, 9.Kubica, 10.Heidfeld, 11.Coulthard, 12.Vettel, 13.Bourdais, 14.Piquet, 15.Rosberg.

    With times incredibly close only the Ferraris decided they were safely into Q3 and 13 cars took to the track. Trulli jumped up to P3, Hamilton then took P3 off him, Kubica couldn't improve, Nelson Piquet jumped up to 10th place, Vettel stayed 13th and Heidfeld stayed 12th. In the closing seconds David Coulthard jumped up to 9th place pushing Robert Kubica down to 10th. 

    Luckily for the Pole there was no-one left out on track who could beat his time, though Nelson Piquet Junior might feel aggrieved that the Scot set a time with four wheels off the track, on the run-off from the final corner. 

    So out went:
    11.Piquet
    12.Heidfeld
    13.Vettel
    14.Bourdais
    15.Rosberg

    Having shown good form all through the weekend it was disappointing for the Toro Rosso team not to get Vettel into Q3, but the news of the session was both BMW drivers' lack of pace. 

    Qualifying 3
    With Lewis Hamilton the only real threat to the Ferraris and due to take a 10-place grid penalty. It was a question of Massa or Raikkonen for pole. 

    First off Timo Glock went out and ran very wide destroying his first lap, while team-mate Jarno Trulli went one better and spun his car - ending up with a 1:31 second lap in the process. 

    Felipe Massa set the P1 target with a 1:16.597 - Alonso took P2 with a 1:16.848 - and then Kimi Raikkonen stamped his authority with a 1:16.449 to take provisional P1. Lewis Hamilton ran off-track at the critical 180 Degrees turn and ended up back in a dismal 7th. 

    So, going into the final runs it was 1.Raikkonen, 2.Massa, 3. Alonso, 4.Kovalainen, 5.Kubica, 6.Coulthard, 7.Hamilton. 

    Massa took to the track again and despite a heroic fastest middle sector could only stay P2 - then, very craftily, the Ferrari engineers radioed through to Kimi Raikkonen and got him to abort his lap and come in, thus saving him a lap of fuel. They knew that only Hamilton was likely to go quicker and he was no danger to P1 wherever he finished. 

    Lewis duly rescued his position by claiming P3 but it was clear that Hamilton had been aiming for pole which was ruined by another mistake at 180. Thus instead of P11, the Brit will start from P13. 

    Raikkonen won the race last year by the slightest of margins and given dry conditions, that one saved lap of fuel might be the only difference between himself and Massa tomorrow. Though thunderstorms are predicted there's every chance that the Finn can convert Ferrari's 200th pole position into a win. 

    Former Renault team-mates Fernando Alonso and Jarno Trull will line up alongside each other for the all-important run down to the Adelaide hairpin.

    FH

    Times
    01 K. Raikkonen Ferrari     1:16.449
    02 F. Massa Ferrari 1:16.490
    03 L. Hamilton McLaren 1:16.693
    04 F. Alonso Renault 1:16.840
    05 J. Trulli Toyota 1:16.840
    06 H. Kovalainen McLaren 1:16.944
    07 R. Kubica BMW 1:17.037
    08 M. Webber Red Bull 1:17.233
    09 D. Coulthard Red Bull 1:17.426
    10 T. Glock Toyota 1:17.596
    11 N. Piquet jr. Renault 1:15.770
    12 N. Heidfeld BMW 1:15.786
    13 S. Vettel Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:15.816
    14 S. Bourdais Scuderia Toro Rosso 1:16.045
    15 N. Rosberg Williams 1:16.235
    16 K. Nakajima Williams 1:16.243
    17 J. Button Honda 1:16.306
    18 R. Barrichello Honda 1:16.330
    19 G. Fisichella Force India F1 1:16.971
    20 A. Sutil Force India F1 1:17.053

     
    Revised Grid
    1. Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari
    2. Felipe Massa, Ferrari
    3. Fernando Alonso, Renault
    4. Jarno Trulli, Toyota
    5. Robert Kubica, BMW Sauber
    6. Mark Webber, Red Bull
    7. David Coulthard, Red Bull
    8. Timo Glock, Toyota
    9. Nelson Piquet, Renault
    10. Heikki Kovalainen, McLaren (penalty)
    11. Nick Heidfeld, BMW Sauber
    12. Sebastian Vettel, Toro Rosso
    13. Lewis Hamilton, McLaren (penalty)
    14. Sebastien Bourdais, Toro Rosso
    15. Kazuki Nakajima, Williams
    16. Jenson Button, Honda
    17. Rubens Barrichello, Honda
    18. Giancarlo Fisichella, Force India
    19. Adrian Sutil, Force India
    20. Nico Rosberg, Williams (penalty)

     

     

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  • @_@这次没有用超软胎吧……
    话说我真的觉得西芬就这样就很好啦很好啦~转圈圈,小灭的表情好萌啊好萌~(比赛之前荡漾一下没事吧?还有俩小时哪)
    秃秃你太妖孽了(掀桌)
  • 受不了!又下雨。。。囧!
  • 伯尼爷爷,你在干嘛?