Formula One Racing News
Singapore Grand Prix Preview: Singapore, 18-21 September 2014
SOFT AND SUPERSOFT TYRES FOR FINAL STREET CIRCUIT OF THE YEAR
NIGHT RACE ENSURES UNUSUAL EVOLUTION OF TRACK AND TEMPERATURES
ONE OF THE MOST PHYSICALLY DEMANDING GRANDS PRIX OF THE YEAR
FOR THE DRIVERS
Milan, September 15, 2014 – Following Monza, where the two hardest compounds of the Pirelli F1 range were nominated, Formula One now heads to Singapore where the two softest compounds in the range will be present: P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft.
Singapore is a street circuit, but a highly unusual one. The race is run entirely by night, which means that track and temperature evolutions are somewhat different to the normal course of a grand prix weekend. Nonetheless, ambient temperatures are still generally high, which along with the enclosed nature of the track in the heart of the city, means that this is one of the most physically demanding tracks of the year for the drivers. Read more
Sahara Force India: Academy driver Jehan Daruvala jumped into the lead of the German Karting Championship standings with a commanding performance in Kerpen.
Sauber F1 Team: 07.09.2014 - The Italian Grand Prix on the highspeed track in Monza became, as expected, a difficult race for the Sauber F1 Team. Adrian Sutil finished the 13th round of the FIA Formula One World Championship in 15th. Read more
Williams Martini Racing: Described by former Williams driver David Coulthard as a ‘modern day classic’, the Singapore Grand Prix has its place firmly etched on the F1 calendar – despite this being only the seventh edition of the race. Read more
Lotus F1 Team: To The End - 2014 Italian GP, Sunday
Pastor Maldonado finished fourteenth and Romain Grosjean sixteenth after a fast-paced Italian Grand Prix under blue skies at Monza today. Pastor made a great start and drove an impeccable race whilst Romain suffered from a broken sidepod element affecting downforce and a downshift issue on his way to the chequered flag. Read more
Infiniti Red Bull Racing: Daniel Ricciardo, driver quote "When you walk around on Thursday, the surface always looks pretty dirty. Modern street races like this tend to wash and scrub the track but even that doesn’t really change the fact that what you’re driving on is a public road with all the grit and grime and dirt that those have. It means you’re in for a slithery, bumpy weekend – which I love!" Read more
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Esteban Gutierrez is a rising young star in the world of motorsports. With both youth and experience under his belt- there is no place he would rather be than the most fabled racing brand in the world-Ferrari.