2011 Australian GP thread

Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by lucky strike, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. #1 lucky strike, Mar 21, 2011
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    Driver Guide - http://tinyurl.com/5sunj6t

    Albert Park Street Circuit

    Laps: 58

    Direction: Clockwise

    Corners: 16

    Lap record: 1:24.125 / M. Schumacher / Ferrari / 2004

    Local start time: 5pm (BST +10)

    Slick Pirelli tyre compounds:

    Soft & Hard

    FIA driver steward:

    Johnny Herbert

    2010 pole position winner:

    Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault

    2010 Grand Prix winner:

    Jenson Button – McLaren-Mercedes
  2. "Ugh those pictures are in such a low resolution"


    Seriously, great thread, mate.
  3. yay more pics <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
  4. Whos the blonde chick with Alonso? and wow does heidfeld ever look like a midget
  5. WTF @ priest
  6. That priest must hold that position during the race.
  7. The Ferrari shirts look terrible.
  8. This weekend?

  10. I am excite!
  11. I hope they scrath the new movable rear wing idea. The rule intentions for it are ridiculous. It's called racing not controlled overtaking.
  12. Daniel Ricciardo seemed to do pretty well for STR in first practice, only finishing a tenth or so behind Buemi.
  13. Hey man, we don't get goodish international motorsport

    FCUK YOU ****

    Enjoi =]
  14. The cars are going friggin fast as shit with the moveable rear wing enabled :O
  15. just got off nightshift, ill update this shit when i wake up later
  16. #19 christofurr, Mar 25, 2011
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  17. Vettel should move here.
  18. #21 lucky strike, Mar 26, 2011
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  19. #22 iloveracing16, Mar 26, 2011
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  20. I don't think he really sucks at over taking, especially since his team mate made just as many mistakes as he did last year
  21. Overtaking in F1 happens typically only after straits into hard braking. When your car is slower down the straits it doesnt really allow you to overtake. Look at silverstone last year, he made quick work of most back markers, but once he got to the FI of sutil, which has amazing strait line speed, he had to force his pass.

    You really dont see much of the front runners passing each other on track, only in the pits, or when traffic gets in the way (like canada last year)
  22. If anyone wants to watch live online, I just found this program Expat Shield, which allows you to use the BBC iPlayer from any country.

    I was pretty sure it would just be a virus and take over my computer, but it seems good so far. You can also watch everything else from the BBC (like Top Gear when its on).

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