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📸 • @stefanovanveen 🔑 • F1 Benetton B192-08
📍 • Circuit Zandvoort 🏁 • Historic Grand Prix
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    📸 • @stefanovanveen 🔑 • F1 Benetton B192-08
    📍 • Circuit Zandvoort 🏁 • Historic Grand Prix
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  •  8  1  22 minutes ago
  • HAAS RETAIN MAGNUSSEN AND GROSJEAN!!!
A decision that really could cost Hulkenburg’s f1 career, will he find another drive? 📷: @haasf1team
  • HAAS RETAIN MAGNUSSEN AND GROSJEAN!!!
    A decision that really could cost Hulkenburg’s f1 career, will he find another drive? 📷: @haasf1team

  •  7  1  1 hour ago
  • Michael Schumacher leads a wet 1992 Monaco GP from future rival Damon Hill
  • Michael Schumacher leads a wet 1992 Monaco GP from future rival Damon Hill

  •  157  3  1 hour ago
  • Fernando Alonso gave Mark Webber a very expensive taxi ride at the Singapore Grand Prix in 2013. Webber broke down on the penultimate lap of the race so Alonso stopped at the track to bring him back to the pits which got them both reprimanded, that was Webbers 3rd reprimand so he was given a 10 place grid drop in Korea. Christian Horner got a letter on his desk the following week from Ferrari with a $27500 bill including a $2500 tip for a taxi ride in the after hours.
  • Fernando Alonso gave Mark Webber a very expensive taxi ride at the Singapore Grand Prix in 2013. Webber broke down on the penultimate lap of the race so Alonso stopped at the track to bring him back to the pits which got them both reprimanded, that was Webbers 3rd reprimand so he was given a 10 place grid drop in Korea. Christian Horner got a letter on his desk the following week from Ferrari with a $27500 bill including a $2500 tip for a taxi ride in the after hours.

  •  200  2  2 hours ago
  • Ferrari 288 GTO 📸 by @dkengineering

Tag your friends who need to see this.
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Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻
  • Ferrari 288 GTO 📸 by @dkengineering

    Tag your friends who need to see this.
    For more 👉 Follow us! 👉 @ferrari_network
    Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻

  •  198  1  10 hours ago
  • Nico Rosberg held off a fast charging Daniel Ricciardo to retake the championship lead after winning the Singapore Grand Prix #OnThisDay
In 2016.

Nico Rosberg produced one of his greatest qualifying laps in his career, he beat teammate Hamilton by a whopping 7 tenths while Ricciardo managed to put his Red Bull in 2nd. Verstappen qualified 4th behind Hamilton with Raikkonen in 5th, Vettel was missing after a problem on his car left him last on the grid.

Romain Grosjean was classified as an nonstarter after brake problems moments betore the start ended his race before it even begun. A flying start by Rosberg saw him lead into turn 1, Verstappen on the other hand had an clutch problem and dropped like an stone through the field, Hulkenberg tangled with Sainz which speered him into the barriers. The first stint would be straight forward, Verstappen struggled to pass Kvyat so he tried the undercut after struggling massively on the first set of tyres. He rejoined behind Vettel after the latter made up a lot of places in the first few laps. Rosberg would control the whole race despite a late charge from Ricciardo for the lead, the German swung himself back into the championship after Hamilton finished 3rd behind Ricciardo and Rosberg. Vettel recovered to 5th behind Raikkonen with some stellar driving.
  • Nico Rosberg held off a fast charging Daniel Ricciardo to retake the championship lead after winning the Singapore Grand Prix #OnThisDay
    In 2016.

    Nico Rosberg produced one of his greatest qualifying laps in his career, he beat teammate Hamilton by a whopping 7 tenths while Ricciardo managed to put his Red Bull in 2nd. Verstappen qualified 4th behind Hamilton with Raikkonen in 5th, Vettel was missing after a problem on his car left him last on the grid.

    Romain Grosjean was classified as an nonstarter after brake problems moments betore the start ended his race before it even begun. A flying start by Rosberg saw him lead into turn 1, Verstappen on the other hand had an clutch problem and dropped like an stone through the field, Hulkenberg tangled with Sainz which speered him into the barriers. The first stint would be straight forward, Verstappen struggled to pass Kvyat so he tried the undercut after struggling massively on the first set of tyres. He rejoined behind Vettel after the latter made up a lot of places in the first few laps. Rosberg would control the whole race despite a late charge from Ricciardo for the lead, the German swung himself back into the championship after Hamilton finished 3rd behind Ricciardo and Rosberg. Vettel recovered to 5th behind Raikkonen with some stellar driving.

  •  195  2  11 hours ago
  • O ex-piloto alemão Michael Shumacher foi ao hospital Georges-Pompidou, em Paris, para fazer um tratamento com células-tronco, com o objetivo de ação anti-inflamatória sistêmica, um tipo terapia celular pioneira para insuficiência cardíaca. As informações foram divulgadas pelo jornal Le Parisien.

Após seis anos do grave acidente que sofreu em dezembro de 2013, em Méribel, no sul da França, o piloto mantém seu estado de saúde em segredo.

A insuficiência cardíaca é uma doença crônica, onde o coração não bombeia o sangue da maneira que deveria, causando alguns sintomas como fadiga, tontura, falta de ar e palpitações.

#DrElcioPiresJr #saudedocoracao #cirurgiacardiovascular #cirurgiaocardiovascular #dicasdesaude #saude #saopaulo #sp #michaelschumacher #insuficienciacardiaca
  • O ex-piloto alemão Michael Shumacher foi ao hospital Georges-Pompidou, em Paris, para fazer um tratamento com células-tronco, com o objetivo de ação anti-inflamatória sistêmica, um tipo terapia celular pioneira para insuficiência cardíaca. As informações foram divulgadas pelo jornal Le Parisien.

    Após seis anos do grave acidente que sofreu em dezembro de 2013, em Méribel, no sul da França, o piloto mantém seu estado de saúde em segredo.

    A insuficiência cardíaca é uma doença crônica, onde o coração não bombeia o sangue da maneira que deveria, causando alguns sintomas como fadiga, tontura, falta de ar e palpitações.

    #DrElcioPiresJr #saudedocoracao #cirurgiacardiovascular #cirurgiaocardiovascular #dicasdesaude #saude #saopaulo #sp #michaelschumacher #insuficienciacardiaca

  •  123  8  11 hours ago
  • According to an interview with N-TV, Nico Hulkenberg is fully expecting to see the Schumacher name return to F1 in the near future. Mick Schumacher, 20, currently drives for Prema in F2, alongside Sean Gelael and is signed to the Ferrari Driver Academy programme, the same system that brought the likes of Sergio Perez, Jules Bianchi, Antonio Giovinazzi and Charles Leclerc into F1.
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"I'm sure that we'll see him [Mick Schumacher] in Formula 1 in two years at the latest... Of course, you have to see the conditions under which he will grow. The expectations are extremely high, this is not an easy situation," was an extract of Nico Hulkenberg's interview with N-TV, during which he later praised Schumacher for recently claiming his first F2 victory, then touched on the differences between the modern F2 cars and the GP2 car which Hulkenberg drove in 2009 (shown bottom picture).
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Next season, Schumacher must use the experience gained in 2019 and mount a full F2 title assault, in order to prove that he's worthy of an F1 drive. Should he place anywhere in the top 3, next year, then expect to see Schumacher in F1, at Alfa Romeo Racing, in 2021. However, he'll face strong competition from fellow FDA member and F2 rookie, who drives for the Sauber Junior Team by Charouz, Callum Ilott. 🏁🏁 | CREDITS: RACEFANS.NET & FORMULARAPIDA |

#F1 #FormulaOne #F12019 #F1News #F1Memes #F1Pics #Motorsport #SingaporeGP #MarinaBay #Formula2 #F2 #GP2 #PREMA #ARTGrandPrix #SauberJuniorTeam #Sauber #ScuderiaFerrari #FerrariDriverAcademy #Schumacher #MickSchumacher #MichaelSchumacher #KeepFightingMichael #CallumIlott #JulesBianchi #CL16 #Leclerc #AlfaRomeoRacing #SV5 #NicoHulkenberg #NH27
  • According to an interview with N-TV, Nico Hulkenberg is fully expecting to see the Schumacher name return to F1 in the near future. Mick Schumacher, 20, currently drives for Prema in F2, alongside Sean Gelael and is signed to the Ferrari Driver Academy programme, the same system that brought the likes of Sergio Perez, Jules Bianchi, Antonio Giovinazzi and Charles Leclerc into F1.
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    "I'm sure that we'll see him [Mick Schumacher] in Formula 1 in two years at the latest... Of course, you have to see the conditions under which he will grow. The expectations are extremely high, this is not an easy situation," was an extract of Nico Hulkenberg's interview with N-TV, during which he later praised Schumacher for recently claiming his first F2 victory, then touched on the differences between the modern F2 cars and the GP2 car which Hulkenberg drove in 2009 (shown bottom picture).
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    Next season, Schumacher must use the experience gained in 2019 and mount a full F2 title assault, in order to prove that he's worthy of an F1 drive. Should he place anywhere in the top 3, next year, then expect to see Schumacher in F1, at Alfa Romeo Racing, in 2021. However, he'll face strong competition from fellow FDA member and F2 rookie, who drives for the Sauber Junior Team by Charouz, Callum Ilott. 🏁🏁 | CREDITS: RACEFANS.NET & FORMULARAPIDA |

    #F1 #FormulaOne #F12019 #F1News #F1Memes #F1Pics #Motorsport #SingaporeGP #MarinaBay #Formula2 #F2 #GP2 #PREMA #ARTGrandPrix #SauberJuniorTeam #Sauber #ScuderiaFerrari #FerrariDriverAcademy #Schumacher #MickSchumacher #MichaelSchumacher #KeepFightingMichael #CallumIlott #JulesBianchi #CL16 #Leclerc #AlfaRomeoRacing #SV5 #NicoHulkenberg #NH27

  •  597  8  11 hours ago
  • How Charles Leclerc took the role as number 1 driver after the Italian Grand Prix, some words by me.

F1 can be a controversial place and sometimes conspiracies do exist in the paddock, and although I'm not to keen on reading to much into them, but this time i truly have a sense that Leclerc might've played out a strategical masterclass in qualifying. Let's be honest here, Ferrari has always been a tough team to drive for, the pressure from Italy, within the team and from the media is enormous and a lot of drivers know that and so does Charles. Leclerc has been on an upwards trajectory of consistently improving and becoming faster and faster, Vettel however seems to tumble down the ladder race after race constantly being beaten by his much younger teammate.

I think that Leclerc already landed a big first punch in qualifying with Vettel only in 4th, Leclerc didn't look like he was in a hurry in Q3 either while it was his turn to give Vettel a tow. When they finally cleared the mayhem Leclerc absolutely floored it while Vettel couldn't hang on, Leclerc started a new lap while Vettel failed to make it to the line. 1-0 for Leclerc while Vettel was on the back foot after not having a tow which gave him only 4th. There were some rumours from the media that Vettel and Binotto were upset with Leclerc after doing that but it all played out behind closed doors. Leclerc then needed to hold of Mercedes who seemed to have the overall faster package on Raceday but just failed to get past with the superior straight line speed of Ferrari. Vettel spun again which shifted even more attention to Leclerc to shine, he drove an absolute masterclass to win the Italian Grand Prix infront of an adoring Italian crowd. Leclerc won the race for Ferrari who will be so delighted after winning which means so much to them while probably knowing that Vettel wouldn't withstand that pressure from Lewis. Leclerc will continue to build momentum with him now as the number 1 driver after having to move over for Vettel earlier in the season. Did Leclerc create his own luck to take over as a number 1 driver by ignoring teamorders in the first place? Share your thoughts in the comments down below!
  • How Charles Leclerc took the role as number 1 driver after the Italian Grand Prix, some words by me.

    F1 can be a controversial place and sometimes conspiracies do exist in the paddock, and although I'm not to keen on reading to much into them, but this time i truly have a sense that Leclerc might've played out a strategical masterclass in qualifying. Let's be honest here, Ferrari has always been a tough team to drive for, the pressure from Italy, within the team and from the media is enormous and a lot of drivers know that and so does Charles. Leclerc has been on an upwards trajectory of consistently improving and becoming faster and faster, Vettel however seems to tumble down the ladder race after race constantly being beaten by his much younger teammate.

    I think that Leclerc already landed a big first punch in qualifying with Vettel only in 4th, Leclerc didn't look like he was in a hurry in Q3 either while it was his turn to give Vettel a tow. When they finally cleared the mayhem Leclerc absolutely floored it while Vettel couldn't hang on, Leclerc started a new lap while Vettel failed to make it to the line. 1-0 for Leclerc while Vettel was on the back foot after not having a tow which gave him only 4th. There were some rumours from the media that Vettel and Binotto were upset with Leclerc after doing that but it all played out behind closed doors. Leclerc then needed to hold of Mercedes who seemed to have the overall faster package on Raceday but just failed to get past with the superior straight line speed of Ferrari. Vettel spun again which shifted even more attention to Leclerc to shine, he drove an absolute masterclass to win the Italian Grand Prix infront of an adoring Italian crowd. Leclerc won the race for Ferrari who will be so delighted after winning which means so much to them while probably knowing that Vettel wouldn't withstand that pressure from Lewis. Leclerc will continue to build momentum with him now as the number 1 driver after having to move over for Vettel earlier in the season. Did Leclerc create his own luck to take over as a number 1 driver by ignoring teamorders in the first place? Share your thoughts in the comments down below!

  •  426  34  15 hours ago

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  • Looking forward to the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix, next weekend, Max Verstappen says: “Singapore is a great track and the city looks amazing at night. I enjoy driving under the floodlights as it gives more character to the track and I really like this kind of weekend as it’s so different to a normal race. The track is very demanding – it’s hot, it’s physical and you sweat a lot, but it’s one of my favourites. You have a lot of corners that are a mix of high and low speed, plus some medium speed corners that have little run-off, so it’s a very diverse circuit.”
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Max continues: “It’s also a race where we tend to do better than say, Monza and Spa. I finished second there last year so hopefully we can have another good weekend. Overtaking is very tricky so qualifying is the key, you have to nail it! I’m looking forward to having a more normal race weekend and hopefully not starting out of position again which always makes things more difficult. We’re aiming for maximum points and I’m really looking forward to it.”
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Ansioso pelo Grande Prêmio de Singapura, no próximo fim de semana, Max Verstappen diz: “Singapura é uma ótima pista e a cidade parece incrível à noite. Gosto de dirigir sob as luzes artificiais, pois dá mais personalidade à pista e gosto muito desse fim de semana, pois é tão diferente de uma corrida normal. A pista é muito exigente - é quente, é física e você transpira muito, mas é uma das minhas favoritas.  Você tem muitos cantos que são uma mistura de velocidade alta e baixa, além de alguns cantos de velocidade média com poucas áreas de escape, por isso é um circuito muito diversificado.”
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Max continua: "Também é uma corrida em que tendemos a fazer melhor do que dizer Monza e Spa.  Eu terminei em segundo no ano passado, espero que possamos ter outro bom fim de semana. Ultrapassar é muito complicado, então a qualificação é a chave, você precisa acertar! Estou ansioso para ter um fim de semana de corrida mais normal e espero não começar fora de posição de novo, o que sempre torna as coisas mais difíceis.  Estamos buscando o máximo de pontos e estou realmente ansioso por isso."
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Txt: Verstappen nl
Pic: Red Bull Content Pool
  • Looking forward to the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix, next weekend, Max Verstappen says: “Singapore is a great track and the city looks amazing at night. I enjoy driving under the floodlights as it gives more character to the track and I really like this kind of weekend as it’s so different to a normal race. The track is very demanding – it’s hot, it’s physical and you sweat a lot, but it’s one of my favourites. You have a lot of corners that are a mix of high and low speed, plus some medium speed corners that have little run-off, so it’s a very diverse circuit.”
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    Max continues: “It’s also a race where we tend to do better than say, Monza and Spa. I finished second there last year so hopefully we can have another good weekend. Overtaking is very tricky so qualifying is the key, you have to nail it! I’m looking forward to having a more normal race weekend and hopefully not starting out of position again which always makes things more difficult. We’re aiming for maximum points and I’m really looking forward to it.”
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    Ansioso pelo Grande Prêmio de Singapura, no próximo fim de semana, Max Verstappen diz: “Singapura é uma ótima pista e a cidade parece incrível à noite. Gosto de dirigir sob as luzes artificiais, pois dá mais personalidade à pista e gosto muito desse fim de semana, pois é tão diferente de uma corrida normal. A pista é muito exigente - é quente, é física e você transpira muito, mas é uma das minhas favoritas. Você tem muitos cantos que são uma mistura de velocidade alta e baixa, além de alguns cantos de velocidade média com poucas áreas de escape, por isso é um circuito muito diversificado.”
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    Max continua: "Também é uma corrida em que tendemos a fazer melhor do que dizer Monza e Spa. Eu terminei em segundo no ano passado, espero que possamos ter outro bom fim de semana. Ultrapassar é muito complicado, então a qualificação é a chave, você precisa acertar! Estou ansioso para ter um fim de semana de corrida mais normal e espero não começar fora de posição de novo, o que sempre torna as coisas mais difíceis. Estamos buscando o máximo de pontos e estou realmente ansioso por isso."
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    Txt: Verstappen nl
    Pic: Red Bull Content Pool

  •  557  8  17 September, 2019