Thursday, 23 July 2009

Rubens Barrichello showing the Hungaroring track and the beautiful shirt written "I am happy" -

Rubens Barrichello has fans around the world to be a pilot track in both honest and beyond and very nice with fans


Linda I think the fourth picture taken at night by the commentator and driver Luciano Burti at night and the river Danube in Budapest ... He asked for more photos of this beautiful city to the world see the beauty of Hungarian.




of mechanics, engineers and managers

This idea is for the FIA and the teams SAFETY ! ! !

repair the bulletproof glass that covers the head of the driver .. not a good idea ... even the air flowing and perhaps the best dirt on the windscreen problem seje but think of how to clean to clean the car when the cameras get dirt ...
I have a project that makes any F1 car go from 1 to 10 seconds faster that I thought interesting cover up the pilot ....
Lionel de Campos Jorge email

Note this sequence of pictures huge object in the form of spring to handle Felipe Massa
It is incredibly large the spring has more than one inch compared to the use of mass ... is enormous and must be heavy .. now I do not understand is how a piece of track was jumping in the car after it's release .. Brawn Barrichelo it was far from the camera so that mass is not the car ... Brawn of this spring is that it was jumping on the track without stopping ...

This picture shows the moment that Felipe was being removed from the car with your bank before .. there is that much hurt on the right side ... and was lucky not to have caught the eye

Now I know that Felipe Massa was operated and removed small pieces of bone and had a mild brain injury ... So it was so severe that doctors think of the track They are very slow from time to time and hit the helicopter took off ... long ... NEED HEAD INJURIES IN HOSPITAL SOON .... FAILURE OF FIA. CARE OF THAT ERA TO SAFETY .. SERIOUS FAULT ..

The safety of the track was good but could improve it rather than put that tire rubber that absorbs the best thing to hit this is the FIA

Shell in Hungaroring

Shell in Hungaroring

Hungary: Bridgestone preview

Bridgestone will bring its two stickiest tyres to the Hungarian Grand Prix on July 24-26 which takes place on the tight and twisty 4.38km Hungaroring, one of the lowest grip circuits on the calendar.
The soft and super soft Bridgestones will be used in Hungary. This is the same combination as used in Monaco, and means that the general convention of leaving a rubber hardness gap between the two tyres Bridgestone brings to a race is not employed. The reason for this is the slippery surface of the Hungaroring circuit which does not receive much use during the course of the year, except for during the Grand Prix weekend.
The Hungaroring is a noteworthy venue for Bridgestone as it was very nearly the venue of the first Formula One race win on Bridgestone tyres, when Damon Hill came within a lap of winning the 1997 race for Arrows.

Hiroshi Yasukawa, Bridgestone (Director of Motorsport):“Hungary is an important market for Bridgestone and it is also the home of our Tatabanya plant, which was officially opened in 2008. This plant uses our new fully-automated production system which is called BIRD (Bridgestone Innovative & Rational Development). This is the most automated tyre production system in the world, and shows that Bridgestone uses advanced technology and processes not only for our Formula One involvement.”
Q: What are the challenges of the Hungaroring? Hirohide Hamashima, Bridgestone (Director of Motorsport Tyre Development): The Hungaroring is an interesting circuit, especially as it is not used much during the year. This means the circuit grip levels experienced on Friday are likely to be very different from those experienced in the race. For deciding set-up and tyre strategy, this makes things difficult, and competitors will have to work hard. Tyre management, particularly with graining, is very important, and qualifying position is crucial as overtaking is difficult. Also, we are ever mindful of the weather as it can get very hot there, although we have seen rain in the past, notably when Jenson Button scored his first F1 race victory in 2006.
Q: Why has the tyre allocation gap not occurred for this race? Hirohide Hamashima: We are bringing consecutive tyres from our range to Hungary because of the slippery surface and the circuit layout. This is the slowest speed permanent race circuit that we visit during the course of the season, and the surface itself is not aggressive enough to help generate heat in the tyres. The super soft and the soft Bridgestones are both from our low temperature working range of tyres. This makes it easier for the teams and drivers to generate heat and get the best performance from them.

Bridgestone in Hungaroring

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