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Old 04-18-2019, 03:24 PM
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https://f1i.com/news/337684-a-first-...-in-hanoi.html

Vietnam will be added to the Formula 1 calendar in 2020, with the city of Hanoi hosting the country's first ever Grand Prix in twelve months' time.

The venue for the race will be centered around Hanoi's My Dinh stadium and follow a 5.56km street circuit drafted by the design office of F1's resident architect Hermann Tilke.

About two-thirds of the track will follow public roads while the remaining third will be purposefully built for F1. The circuit will also feature a dedicated and permanent pit complex designed especially for the event.

Carsten Tilke, the son of Hermann Tilke and the CEO of Tike GmbH & Co KG who has been involved in the planning of Hanoi's street circuit, provides a description of the future layout.

"The first section reminds me of the Mercedes Arena at the Nürburgring," said the German, speaking exclusively to Motorsport-Magazin.

"Also, the track has very varied passages with high-speed turns, modeled to some extent on the Esses at Suzuka, and long straights that provide good overtaking opportunities with hard braking points.

"Overall, it is a very challenging track, on which to race and will certainly produce plenty of racing action. It will not be easy to post a perfect lap on this track."

Thanks to simulation software technology used by Tike's design office, the track can be seen from the perspective of a virtual onboard view, and laps can be studied from every angle.

Check out the onboard video of the future Hanoi street circuit supplied courtesy of Motorsport-Magazin.
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A concept, but such a tight circuit with lots of walls & little runoff.
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Jolyon Palmer Analyses the Kvyat-McLaren Crash and More! | 2019 Chinese Grand Prix

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With how well Albon did & Kvyat seeming to be doing better, Gasly better get it together.
Honda's been quite the surprise this season, so far. Massive step from the woes of McHonda.

Shame they couldn't have swapped China/Bahrain, 1000th race with the action in Bahrain would've been more fitting.
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Albon is a good dude, if Gasly doesn't make it through the year (which I fully expect him to) - he's the one to swap out.
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For Albon being the only true rookie (the others had test days under their belts IIRC), quite a drive indeed.
+1, I like Albon's performance so far. He's performing better than Kvyat and agree he has a bright future
Albon is also 6'1" pretty tall for a F1 driver and a Thai

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6'1" is like a giant in F1 terms.

Who's the tallest? HuLk (SmAsH)?
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^ Hulk 6'0",Daniil Kvyat 6'0", Gerhard Berger 6'1", Damon Hill 6'0", Daniel Ricciardo 5'10", Sebastian Vettel 5'9"

I doubt modern long wheelbase cars are hard to fit driver's into.
The late 80's and early 90's were more difficult to fit tall driver's into with the laydown positions, big central fuel cells, and long V10 and V12.
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So will Vietnam be a 22nd race or is something else dropping off? Having everything ready for next year seems ambitious too.
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Viet Nam-another track I will never go to. Bucket list: Suzuka, Silverstone and Spa.
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Viet Nam-another track I will never go to. Bucket list: Suzuka, Silverstone and Spa.
Mine is the same + Monaco, which you already have. Monza would probably be #5 for me.
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It's race week....

....I guess.
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Sorry (kinda) for being so glum...

...just so not happy with the outcome so far this year.
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Yeah I was so excited for the start of this season just hoping for things to be different. They are different that is for sure as in worse than the last two years only 3 races in.
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Mine is the same + Monaco, which you already have. Monza would probably be #5 for me.
Hit Monza in '98, Schumacher P1 for Ferrari; it was like the 2nd coming of Christ.
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I can only imagine how crazy it was there.
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Literally, there were old ladies on balconies ringing bells and waving Ferrari flags as we drove out of Monza. It was insane. The "cavalino" flag was in our grandstand before marching down the front straight to the podium.


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Those were amazing times....
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https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/r...-baku/4374796/

Honda will introduce its first upgraded engine of the 2019 Formula 1 season at this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, following the discovery of a quality control problem.

The Red Bulls of Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly, and the two Toro Rossos, will have use of a new combustion engine in Baku. Honda has described the main benefits of the upgraded V6 as “improved durability, life and better reliability” and “a slight improvement in performance”.

Toro Rosso drivers Daniil Kvyat and Alexander Albon had only just moved on to their second engines of the season in China, Kvyat because of a problem discovered after the first practice session and Albon because of his heavy crash in final practice.

Honda’s investigation into Kvyat’s problem concluded that it was down to a “quality control issue”.
It said that is “one of the reasons” why it will fit what it's calling a ‘Spec 2’ engine to all four cars for Baku, the fourth race of the season.

The changes put Kvyat and Albon on the brink of penalties already, with the next new component triggering a grid drop. Drivers are allowed three combustion engines, turbos and MGU-Hs in a season, and two of the MGU-K, energy store and control electronics.

It was considered likely that Red Bull and Toro Rosso would need to exceed that limit and incur penalties this season, as Honda continues to develop in its bid to catch Mercedes and Ferrari.

Moving to a second set of components at race four effectively guarantees Verstappen and Gasly will need a fourth engine, at least, towards the end of the year.

F1’s benchmark engine manufacturers Ferrari and Mercedes traditionally wait until race seven in Canada to introduce their first upgrade of the season.

But Baku is a high-speed circuit that stresses the combustion engine and the energy recovery systems of the turbocharged power units. This could also have contributed to Honda's decision to introduce a predominantly reliability-based upgrade earlier than normal.
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Hoping for Honda to win a race by years end. I currently have more faith in that than Ferrari actually making the championship competitive.
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That would kick ass, maybe Singapore?
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Miami Grand Prix F1 race proposal switches to stadium circuit plan

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Published on Thursday April 25th 2019

The proposed Miami Grand Prix Formula 1 race looks set to switch location and layout.

Plans to run the proposed race around Biscayne Boulevard and Bayfront Park in the city's downtown area appear to have been scrapped in favour of a new venue adjacent to the Miami Dolphins stadium, according to the group led by the NFL team's owner.

In May 2017, Formula 1 owner Liberty joined forces with billionaire local businessman Stephen Ross in a joint effort to hold a Miami GP in 2019 - but the planned 10-year deal has been repeatedly delayed.Miami hosted a Fan Festival last year on Biscayne Boulevard, featuring F1 show runs on the streets that have previously hosted IndyCar, IMSA and Formula E races.

But plans for a full-blown F1 event to run on the streets and the adjacent Port Miami area stalled in City Hall due to opposition from local residents and businesses, and the likelihood of multiple law suits over the disruption the event would cause.

Most recently a vote on the proposed downtown event was deferred in City Hall again last month, and this appears to have been the final straw for the plan.

Now Ross and his team have switched focus to a site near the Hard Rock Stadium venue in Miami Gardens, a 65,000-seat venue to the north of the city that will play host to the 2020 Super Bowl.

It hopes to create a "world-class racing circuit" in the land surrounding the stadium, and recently hosted the Miami Open tennis tournament for the first time.

Former Chip Ganassi Racing executive Tom Garfinkel, now vice chairman and CEO of Miami Dolphins and the stadium, told the Miami Herald that the disruption caused by a downtown event would negate the benefits to the city.

"We want to do something great for Miami," said Garfinkel. "But unfortunately when we finally received the detailed report of what it would take to build out a street circuit each year, the multiple weeks of traffic and construction disruption to the port, Bayfront Park and the residents and businesses on Biscayne Boulevard would have been significant; which Steve and I felt defeated the purpose.

"A lot would have to happen for us to be able to do it, but we have over 250 acres of land so adding an F1 race to where Hard Rock Stadium and the Miami Open sit means we can create a world-class racing circuit that is unencumbered by existing infrastructure.

"It also means better ingress and egress, better amenities, unprecedented sight-lines, and opportunities for the best hospitality anywhere in racing.

"We only want to do it if we can create world-class racing, a great fan experience, and a lot of value for Miami."

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^ they should not even host the race then IMO. Stadium circuits are boring and not exciting. I've been to the Meadowlands NJ for a Champ/CART race in the late 80's, boring track and race.
Find another street circuit location in Miami.
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I completely agree but, that seems to be the way that Liberty has been going - more street circuits and less traditional circuits.

Which sucks, proper circuits show the sickness of F1 cars much more than street circuits.
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Sounds like the former Houston Indy race around Reliant Park.
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The Las Vegas Grand Prix was probably the weirdest most unusual track ever.
A F1 circuit in the Cesar Palace parking lot.

Don't know anyone who went to it, the Dallas street circuit was probably equally as bad.
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USGP tickets went live Tuesday, can't even get the map to load to try & check seats/prices. 2 hours of just a spinning wheel.

Trying to decide: T4, T9 or T12

We did T9 2017, T4 2018, considering T12 aside from the roughly $100 more per ticket.
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Just looked at the satalite image of Hard Rock Stadium. Umm, no thanks.
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Williams' woes continue

https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/a...Jlnchaff4.html

2019 has not been a happy year for Williams so far – and the team had their woe added to in Free Practice 1 at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, when a loose drain cover caused damage to George Russell’s FW42 that meant he would require a new chassis.

With just over 10 minutes of the first session of the weekend gone, Russell was powering down the straight towards Turn 3 at the Baku City Circuit when his Williams struck a drain cover that had been lifted by Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari.

Russell drove over the cover, with the impact causing significant underfloor damage to the FW42 – with Williams later confirming that they would need to change the Briton’s chassis, meaning he wouldn’t be able to run in Free Practice 2.

“George’s car will require a chassis change due to the damage caused by the loose drain cover,” Williams said in a statement. “Therefore due to regulations he will not be able to run until FP3 tomorrow.”

Both the reduced track time and logistical challenge of preparing a new chassis for Russell will be yet more unwelcome news for Williams, with the team’s cars having qualified over 3.7 seconds off the pace on average across the first three races of the year so far.
Over 300 drain covers to inspect before FP2, red flagged FP1 & not resumed.
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Williams to seek compensation for car damage caused by drain cover

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Russell is lucky to have not had any injury, the tub is cracked, floor ruined. There is some video of the Ferrari ahead of it and you can see the draincover rise off the road as it passed by.
Gotta wonder if this would have happened with Charlie Whiting still on the job, he was insistent that all street circuit drains and manhole covers be temporary welded down (a few short beads) to prevent these sort of incidents.

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It is strange. These manholes were bolted down, but I always thought standard street circuit procedure is to weld them down.
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There were a few shots under the car in the FP1 coverage, floor was pretty wrecked looking, wires hanging down from the batteries/electrics.

I believe in FP2 they said a 'latch'? failed & allowed it to come up.

Slightly reminiscent of Grosjean hitting the drain cover, but much less spectacular as Russell was able to keep it on the road.
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They just can't keep them on track.

Russell, Stroll, Kvyat. Hints at what the wall-laden Vietnam track will bring?

Quite a lot of time under red flag. May make for an interesting Sunday, with the lack of available on-track data gathered.
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It is strange. These manholes were bolted down, but I always thought standard street circuit procedure is to weld them down.
For decades they've been welding at Monaco....
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Okay, Williams has enough problems but one of the main problems is apparently the love affair with Kubica-time to go. Did you see his shunt at Baku in Q1?
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Went out to run Sat. morning errands with the wife, thinking I'd miss Azerbaijan qualy. Return home 15 min. ago and went to check qualy results, only to find that Q2 session's been red flagged after shunts by Kubica and Leclerc .... Happy to be able to watch Q3, but sorta surprised esp. at Leclerc's mistake. Feel bad for him.

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For decades they've been welding at Monaco....
They're welded at Montreal as well. I saw an article that said the manhole cover Russell hit missed piercing the floor of the cockpit by 10-15mm!
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MB has certainly figured out tire window management in qual and race, no threat at all today.
Pretty amazing for a street circuit that all 20 cars were running ~1/2 into the race
Pretty bizarre accident of Ricciardo reversing into Kvyat in the escape road, IIRC it's against the rules to use reverse in a race.

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Fairly boring race again. Shaping up to be a good battle between Hamilton and Bottas but nothing

The Ricciardo incidient was bizarre for sure. I mean they have mirrors. Can only think that he assumed Kvyat had made the turn and there was no one behind him. Unless Ricciardo is gaining a Vettel temper while waisting away in the terrible Renault he signed up for.
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