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After a week break the Weekly Quiz is back. This time the topic is the Spanish GP.
All the answers will be revealed after you complete all 10 questions. As usual please no googling for answers . And do not forget to share your result in comments ! If you missed the past quizzes you can try them too – click here.
Short while ago FIA published decisions taken by the World Motor Sport Council yesterday:
2010 FIA Formula One World Championship
Applications to compete in the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship are to be submitted to the FIA during the period 22-29 May 2009. Teams must state in their application whether they wish to compete under cost-cap regulations.
The maximum number of cars permitted to enter the Championship has been increased to 26, two being entered by each competitor.
The FIA will publish the list of cars and drivers accepted on 12 June 2009, having first notified unsuccessful applicants.
So far USGP, iSport, Lola and Prodrive expressed their interest in entering Formula 1.
Jenson Button won the Bahrain GP ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Jarno Trulli. Lewis Hamilton finished 4th, Rubens Barrichello 5th. Kimi Raikkonen scored first 3 points of the season for Ferrari (6th place).
2009 Bahrain GP results:
1. J. Button – Brawn GP – 1h31:48.182
2. S. Vettel – Red Bull + 7.187
3. J. Trulli – Toyota + 9.170
4. L. Hamilton – McLaren + 22.096
5. R. Barrichello – Brawn GP + 37.779
6. K. Raikkonen – Ferrari + 42.057
7. T. Glock – Toyota + 42.880
8. F. Alonso – Renault + 52.775
FIA released the weights at the start of the 2009 Bahrain GP. Timo Glock’s Toyota is the lightest car out there, while Sebastian Vettel seems to in the best position for the race with about 2 more laps worth of fuel than Button and Hamilton. He should also pit about 3 laps later than Trulli and perhaps 4 laps later than Timo Glock. Hamilton is as heavy Button’s Brawn (and has the advantage of KERS).
Here is the video of David Coulthard, Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel. The former F1 driver speaks with the two Chinese GP podium finishers about their emotions following Red Bull’s victory in China and their goals for the upcoming races and the championship.
Timo Glock was the fastest driver in the final practice in Bahrain however his car broke down and his crew will be busy to get him ready for qualifying. Some of the favourites (Brawn GP, Red Bull) ended the session quite far back but that is probably just an indication of running with more fuel on board.
Back to back races, back to back rounds of prediction game. Here is the round 4 of 2009 Prediction Game – Bahrain GP.
You can wait till the last moment before the qualifying or make your prediction right away (and change it later). But do remember, the deadline is the start of the Saturday qualifying session ! So, as usual, make your prediction for the pole position, fastest lap and top eight finishers in the comments below this post. The results of round 4 will be published on Monday after the race.
Jean Eric VERGNE
2014 F1 Calendar
14-16 March - Australia
28-30 March - Malaysia
4-6 April - Bahrain
18-20 April - China
9-11 May - Spain
22-25 May - Monaco
6-8 June - Canada
20-22 June - Austria
4-6 July - Great Britain
18-20 July - Germany
25-27 July - Hungary
22-24 August - Belgium
5-7 September - Italy
19-21 September - Singapore
3-5 October - Japan
10-12 October - Russia
31 October-2 November - USA
7-9 November - Brazil
21-23 November - Abu Dhabi