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Gp de Monaco 2015
#21
Buenos días foraco

Las nuevas normas de la Fórmula 1: repostajes y coches más rápidos y 'guapos'

Después de una reunión mantenida la semana pasada, el Gran Circo está decidido a dar un paso a favor de sus aficionados, sin tener tanto en cuenta el aspecto técnico que impera en la actual era
[Imagen: dc7149fe0c028200f32fcd2210826544.jpg?mtime=1431879743]Lewis Hamilton y Sebastian Vettel en el último gran premio, el de España.
Autor
Víctor García

El objetivo es aumentar el interés del aficionado por la Fórmula 1, tanto en la televisión como en el circuito. El Grupo de Estrategia de la F1 se reunió el pasado jueves para tratar de poner algunos puntos en común de cara a mejorar el espectáculo y se llegaron a diferentes conclusiones, una afectaría al campeonato de 2016 y otras cuatro para 2017, entre las que destaca el regreso de los repostajes y un remozado aerodinámico para hacer los vehículos más atractivos y rápidos.


Leer más:  Fórmula 1: Las nuevas normas de la Fórmula 1: repostajes y coches más rápidos y guapos. Noticias de Fórmula 1  http://www.elconfidencial.com/deportes/f...ntNI562FXN
#22
Monaco Grand Prix Preview: Monte Carlo, May 20-24, 2015


P ZERO RED SUPERSOFT, WITH A COMPLETELY NEW COMPOUND, MAKES ITS
GP DEBUT ON THE SLOWEST AND MOST TWISTY CIRCUIT OF THE YEAR
WITH THE LOWEST AVERAGE SPEED OF THE SEASON,
MECHANICAL GRIP FROM THE TYRES IS ALL-IMPORTANT
DESPITE THE DIFFICULTY OF OVERTAKING, TYRE DEGRADATION AND STRATEGY
CAN HELP DRIVERS GAIN TRACK POSITION


Milan, May 18, 2015 – The Monaco Grand Prix is the most prestigious race on the calendar, where the P Zero Red supersoft makes its debut this year, alongside the P Zero Yellow soft. The supersoft compound offers the most grip and performance of Pirelli’s entire F1 entire range, with a brand new compound for 2015. This is a low working range tyre, with a rapid warm-up ideally suited to the sinuous streets. Pirelli enjoys an important historical connection with Monaco too. The very first world championship Monaco Grand Prix, held in 1950, was won by the great Juan Manuel Fangio in a Pirelli-equipped Alfa Romeo. Fangio’s last Monaco victory in 1957 (which occurred 68 years ago this week) was also achieved on Pirelli tyres, in a Maserati.

Paul Hembery, Pirelli motorsport director: “Monaco is one of those races that everyone looks forward to: there are very few words that can adequately describe the spectacle. We’re bringing our brand new supersoft tyre for the first time this year, together with the soft, as has been the case since we started our current Formula One era in 2011. Monaco has often been described as a circuit where overtaking is impossible, but we have seen in the past there how tyre strategy and degradation has often led to positions changing, including on-track overtaking. In particular, the way that drivers use the new supersoft tyre, with is notable performance advantage, will be crucial. There are a number of unusual aspects to Monaco, including the timing of the sessions themselves, which only add to the famed unpredictability of this race and inevitable comparisons with the roulette wheel. But as is always the case, the right preparation and collection of tyre data during practice will put any driver in a strong position to maximise their potential in the race as well as the crucial qualifying session.”

The biggest challenges for the tyres:
Monaco features a number of unconventional aspects. It’s the race with the lowest average speed and slowest corner of the entire championship, emphasising the importance of mechanical grip from the tyres rather than aerodynamic grip. All these factors make it ideal territory for the supersoft tyre, which offers the most grip of the entire range as well as the fastest warm-up. Monaco is also the only race that doesn’t run to the FIA’s mandatory minimum distance of 305 kilometres.
The supersoft is the only P Zero tyre to have a brand new compound for this year, created to offer even greater resistance to graining and blistering. One of the key evolutions on all the tyres this year has been optimisation of the footprint pressure and temperature distribution. This presents a more even contact with the asphalt, improving grip and handling: vital attributes on the streets of Monaco.
The track surface in Monaco is the least abrasive of the year. There’s also an unusual format for the sessions, with a break on Friday meaning that the circuit is open to public traffic. This has a profound effect on track evolution, with very little rubber being laid on the circuit.
With limited run-off area, there is strong potential for incidents that can bring out the safety car, and this has to be factored into strategy calculations. Because of the very low tyre wear and degradation that characterises the Monaco Grand Prix, a one-stop strategy can often work.

Last year’s strategy and how the race was won: Last year the winning strategy was a one-stopper, helped by a safety car period that fell conveniently in the pit-stop window. Nico Rosberg (who won the race from pole) and his Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton both stopped on lap 25 of 78, switching from the supersoft to the soft. The highest-placed two-stopper was Romain Grosjean in eighth, with a number of other drivers using innovative race strategies to make up places from lower down the grid.

Expected performance gap between the two compounds: 1.0 – 1.1 seconds per lap.

Expected weather conditions for the race: Generally bright with cloudy intervals and ambient temperatures ranging from 15 degrees overnight to 23 degrees during the day. There is, however, the possibility of rain showers throughout the four days of the grand prix.

The Pirelli team choose their race numbers: #75, Roberto Boccafogli (head of F1 press office)
“I choose 75 for purely sentimental reasons: the 1975 Monaco Grand Prix was when Niki Lauda gave the Ferrari 312T a great debut win in the Principality, paving the way to his first world title. My favourite car and my favourite driver, during the year in which I fell in love with Formula One.”

Who we’re following on Twitter this week: @pablohembery. You’ll find a bit of Formula One in there, but lots of other stuff about life, art and of course Bristol City. An excellent insight into the hectic life of our motorsport director, whose remit extends far beyond that of just Formula One.

#orgulloALO

"Cuando era niño, soñaba con coches, con olor a gasolina, con viento en la cara, trofeos."
¤ Fernando Alonso ¤



#23
(18-05-2015, 11:03)payoloco escribió: Monaco Grand Prix Preview: Monte Carlo, May 20-24, 2015



P ZERO RED SUPERSOFT, WITH A COMPLETELY NEW COMPOUND, MAKES ITS
GP DEBUT ON THE SLOWEST AND MOST TWISTY CIRCUIT OF THE YEAR
WITH THE LOWEST AVERAGE SPEED OF THE SEASON,
MECHANICAL GRIP FROM THE TYRES IS ALL-IMPORTANT
DESPITE THE DIFFICULTY OF OVERTAKING, TYRE DEGRADATION AND STRATEGY
CAN HELP DRIVERS GAIN TRACK POSITION


Milan, May 18, 2015 – The Monaco Grand Prix is the most prestigious race on the calendar, where the P Zero Red supersoft makes its debut this year, alongside the P Zero Yellow soft. The supersoft compound offers the most grip and performance of Pirelli’s entire F1 entire range, with a brand new compound for 2015. This is a low working range tyre, with a rapid warm-up ideally suited to the sinuous streets. Pirelli enjoys an important historical connection with Monaco too. The very first world championship Monaco Grand Prix, held in 1950, was won by the great Juan Manuel Fangio in a Pirelli-equipped Alfa Romeo. Fangio’s last Monaco victory in 1957 (which occurred 68 years ago this week) was also achieved on Pirelli tyres, in a Maserati.

Paul Hembery, Pirelli motorsport director: “Monaco is one of those races that everyone looks forward to: there are very few words that can adequately describe the spectacle. We’re bringing our brand new supersoft tyre for the first time this year, together with the soft, as has been the case since we started our current Formula One era in 2011. Monaco has often been described as a circuit where overtaking is impossible, but we have seen in the past there how tyre strategy and degradation has often led to positions changing, including on-track overtaking. In particular, the way that drivers use the new supersoft tyre, with is notable performance advantage, will be crucial. There are a number of unusual aspects to Monaco, including the timing of the sessions themselves, which only add to the famed unpredictability of this race and inevitable comparisons with the roulette wheel. But as is always the case, the right preparation and collection of tyre data during practice will put any driver in a strong position to maximise their potential in the race as well as the crucial qualifying session.”

The biggest challenges for the tyres:
Monaco features a number of unconventional aspects. It’s the race with the lowest average speed and slowest corner of the entire championship, emphasising the importance of mechanical grip from the tyres rather than aerodynamic grip. All these factors make it ideal territory for the supersoft tyre, which offers the most grip of the entire range as well as the fastest warm-up. Monaco is also the only race that doesn’t run to the FIA’s mandatory minimum distance of 305 kilometres.
The supersoft is the only P Zero tyre to have a brand new compound for this year, created to offer even greater resistance to graining and blistering. One of the key evolutions on all the tyres this year has been optimisation of the footprint pressure and temperature distribution. This presents a more even contact with the asphalt, improving grip and handling: vital attributes on the streets of Monaco.
The track surface in Monaco is the least abrasive of the year. There’s also an unusual format for the sessions, with a break on Friday meaning that the circuit is open to public traffic. This has a profound effect on track evolution, with very little rubber being laid on the circuit.
With limited run-off area, there is strong potential for incidents that can bring out the safety car, and this has to be factored into strategy calculations. Because of the very low tyre wear and degradation that characterises the Monaco Grand Prix, a one-stop strategy can often work.

Last year’s strategy and how the race was won: Last year the winning strategy was a one-stopper, helped by a safety car period that fell conveniently in the pit-stop window. Nico Rosberg (who won the race from pole) and his Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton both stopped on lap 25 of 78, switching from the supersoft to the soft. The highest-placed two-stopper was Romain Grosjean in eighth, with a number of other drivers using innovative race strategies to make up places from lower down the grid.

Expected performance gap between the two compounds: 1.0 – 1.1 seconds per lap.

Expected weather conditions for the race: Generally bright with cloudy intervals and ambient temperatures ranging from 15 degrees overnight to 23 degrees during the day. There is, however, the possibility of rain showers throughout the four days of the grand prix.

The Pirelli team choose their race numbers: #75, Roberto Boccafogli (head of F1 press office)
“I choose 75 for purely sentimental reasons: the 1975 Monaco Grand Prix was when Niki Lauda gave the Ferrari 312T a great debut win in the Principality, paving the way to his first world title. My favourite car and my favourite driver, during the year in which I fell in love with Formula One.”

Who we’re following on Twitter this week: @pablohembery. You’ll find a bit of Formula One in there, but lots of other stuff about life, art and of course Bristol City. An excellent insight into the hectic life of our motorsport director, whose remit extends far beyond that of just Formula One.

Vamos, que han concentrado sus esfuerzos en hacer que el SS de este año degrade menos y tenga aún más grip. Gracias por la recopilación payo.

Deseando ver cuanto le puede sacar el nano al MP4-30 en Mónaco...
@jgarciaillanf1
#24
Le Grand Prix de F1 prend ses quartiers sur le port Hercule à Monaco

Publié le lundi 18 mai 2015 à 09h15



El  Gran Premio de F-1 coge sus marcas sobre el puente Hercule en Monaco


Vendredi soir, dès 18 heures, la Formula One Management (FOM), qui contrôle la logistique du fret jusqu'à son arrivée au circuit, traçait au sol les espaces des dix écuries. Et hier matin, les premiers commençaient à s'installer.



Desde la tarde del viernes a 18:00h ,la [i][b] Formula One Management (FOM),que controla la logistica desde su llegada al circuito ,trazando en el suelo los espacios de las 10 escuderias ,Y ayer ,por la mañana los primeros comenzaron a instalarse [/b][/i]

[Imagen: 6f9ac4eac30a4bf6930f387bd72359bb.jpg]

http://www.monacomatin.mc/node/2218207
#25
a ver que han hecho los pirrelis esta vez ,,, Amazed Crying Wacky

quien sacara partido de sus" mejoras   ????"  los ferraris estan cagados porque su coche en este circuito va a quedar muy mal  ,,no tienen un coche para un sector 3 de BCN  ,,,yo apuesto a que quedamos delante de un ferrari ,, Wink

porque estamos en Monaco  ,,si no ,,no seria logico,,,,,,, En pensar ,que las manos del artista nos daria una sorpresa  en este circuito de pilotos  ,,añejo ,irreal ,,loco ,,, en paralelo con Cannes ,,,yates y toda la corte ,,,  ,en fin la antigua formula 1 ,,,,,y de que encender el fuergo en Italia ,,ljajajajja ,,ese momento lo espero con mucha tranquilidad sabiendo que cuanto mas lejos esté ,,màs disfrutaré  ,,,desde mi sofa disfrutando de una carrera viendo llegar 5°  o  8°   o  6°  ,,viendo como se realiza el Sueño  ,,desde mi sofa   Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
#26
no se si en España se podra descargar   ,,

L'application «Circuit of Monaco», disponible gratuitement sur iPhone, iPad et Android, est agréée par l'Automobile Club de Monaco. Une partie des contenus que les usagers peuvent retrouver vient donc de l'ACM. L'appli s'ouvre sur le programme du Grand Prix, jour par jour.

Gratuite mais en anglais

L'aplicacion "circuito de Monaco " ,disponible gratuitamente en iPhone, iPad y Android,certificada por r l'Automobile Club de Monaco.

http://www.monacomatin.mc/monaco/une-app...15218.html
#27
Gracias Forfi.
Haber si por fin tenemos un fin de semana como dios msnda. Smile
McLaren&Honda&Alonso
Trinomio ganador.
#28
Vídeo · Williams se prepara para Mónaco con el pit stop más elegante

https://twitter.com/RaulMolinaRecio/stat...60/photo/1
#29
(18-05-2015, 12:36)enrike hu fr escribió: Vídeo · Williams se prepara para Mónaco con el pit stop más elegante

https://twitter.com/RaulMolinaRecio/stat...60/photo/1

jajajajajaj Muy bueno Big Grin
P.D.: Lo dejo por aquí para verlo más fácilmente Wink



"Yo sigo pensando que el mejor piloto, el más completo, el único del que se esperan cosas que de los demás jamás se pensaría es Alonso." - Emerson Fittipaldi.
#30
Por cierto, la combinación Blando-Súper Blando también la tendremos en Canadá y Austria, lo que nos vendrá bastante bien.
@jgarciaillanf1


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