Thursday, 23 April 2009


A view of the Abu Dhabi's new F1 racetrack area from the airplane on the way to Bahrain

Road signs and advertising on the streets.

Road signs and advertising on the streets.

Our! ! ! WHAT SECURITY exaggerated VARIOS GIS ARMADA IN ENTRY good each country knows what is best for security but that scares ... scary ...

Look at that beautiful place to relax

Here I encourage all brands of gasoline engines of all types all types of tires and free spending on Formula 1 because it generates income that it generates marketing this development on the whole Max Mosley wants ..
Look at that photo ... the most beautiful fan of this shirt using a Ferrari and a nice scarf on the head of the flag of Brazil was beautiful Congratulation .....
Here the boys champions of Brawn Buton and Barrichello

Mansour Ojeh e Lewis Hamilton

look at this beautiful rug that ... will be giving to this then ... a luxury that GP Bahaein of Congratulation -


Q&A with Hirohide Hamashima - Bridgestone Director of Motorsport Tyre Development
What was significant about today's running?
"Today we saw very close lap times in the afternoon, with the top thirteen cars separated by a second. The track was very sandy at first this morning and this limits the amount of grip from the circuit. The hot conditions meant the air was not as dense as in pre-season testing here so there was less downforce from the cars. Because of these factors we did see drivers struggle with braking and there were many flat spots on the tyres. However, once the track improved we saw some good evaluation work from the teams and very close lap times set. Both tyres appear to work well and we expect the track to improve further tomorrow."
How do you expect this allocation to work here over the weekend?
"We have good data from our time here in the pre-season testing. We expect that the super soft tyre will be more durable than we have seen previously, whilst providing good lap times too. The medium tyre will take longer to provide its best lap time, but will be very durable. Today the super soft tyre gave its best lap time from its first flying lap and the medium tyre gave its best from its third or fourth flying lap. I think there will be many strategy options for this weekend's race."





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Bahrain - Sakhir Race Report

In the first dry race of the season, an action-packed Bahrain Grand Prix delivered yet another exciting instalment of the 2009 FIA Formula One World Championship. Jenson Button took his third Grand Prix victory of 2009 (the first not behind the safety car) for Brawn GP. 21-year-old German, Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing finished in second, holding off a late charge by Italian, Jarno Trulli in the first of the Toyotas. Scuderia Ferrari's Kimi Räikkönen finished a solid race in sixth place - his highest placed finish of the season and claiming three Championship points for himself and the team in the process. Felipe Massa finished the race in fourteenth place, a lap down on the leaders.
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