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2011 BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Live Thread
Chode ^ | 7/07/2011 | Chode

Posted on 07/07/2011 6:22:11 PM PDT by Chode

2011 BRITISH GRAND PRIX

Venue: Valencia, Spain
Date: Sunday 26 June
Lap length: 3.367 miles
Race laps: 57
2010 winner: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)
First grand prix: 2008

Fri Sunny 18c

Sat Sunny 21c

Sun Cloudy 20c


TOPICS: Sports
KEYWORDS: f1; formulaone; grandprix

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1 posted on 07/07/2011 6:22:17 PM PDT by Chode
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To: Chode; atc23; Bad~Rodeo; Betis70; bobby.223; bobt7818; brf1; briankk; cld51860; clintonh8r; ...
UP...!!!

2 posted on 07/07/2011 6:23:20 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Chode
Stuff...

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton has hit back at his detractors as prepares for this weekend's British Grand Prix.
Full story: London's Evening Standard

Ferrari driver Felipe Massa will not let speculation over his future distract him as he prepares for Silverstone, despite persistent reports that he is set to be replaced. (Press Association)

Jenson Button is hoping for rain at Silverstone as he bids to record his first podium finish at a British Grand Prix. The 2009 world champion's best finish in the race to date is fourth.
Full story: Daily Express

Formula 1's governing body, the FIA, has announced that there will only be one DRS zone at Silverstone. It will be positioned from just after turn four to include the turn five kink and the Wellington straight on the run down to Brooklands.
Full story: ESPN F1

Red Bull's championship leader Sebastian Vettel says his victory salute, where he thrusts his index finger skywards, is not a sign of arrogance or ruthless self-belief.
Full story: The Times (subscription required)

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is hopeful South Africa can make a return to the grand prix calendar. A deal could be signed within weeks which would see Cape Town added to the schedule. The last race to be held in the country was in 1993, when Alain Prost won at Kyalami for Williams.
Full story: Daily Express

"The key element on Friday is SW gusts of 30-35mph, making v tricky conditions. Saturday breezy; SW gusts 20-30mph. Crosswind element will be key factor Fri/Sat, especially likely to greatly unsettle cars thro Becketts/Maggots section."
BBC weatherman Ian Fergusson on Twitter

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/motorsport/formula_one/9532511.stm

3 posted on 07/07/2011 6:24:09 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Chode

I got two words for ya: Seb Vettel.


4 posted on 07/07/2011 6:31:05 PM PDT by West Texas Chuck (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. That should be a convenience store, not a Government Agency.)
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To: Chode

They’re holding the British Grand Prix in Spain?


5 posted on 07/07/2011 6:37:17 PM PDT by Never on my watch (WTF happened to my country?)
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To: Chode

I knew that managment was making a mess of F1, but running the British GP in Spain???


6 posted on 07/07/2011 6:42:30 PM PDT by PAR35
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To: Never on my watch
shite... i did it again shouldn't drink and post

Venue: Silverstone, Northamptonshire
Date: Sunday 11 July
Lap length: 3.660 miles
Race laps: 52
2010 winner: Mark Webber (Red Bull)
First grand prix: 1948

7 posted on 07/07/2011 6:42:53 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Chode

No, it looks like even they aren’t foolish enough to try the British GP in Spain. It looks like you need a new source. The info looks bad across the board. Course lenght wrong, wrong winner - Vettel won the pole, not the race, wrong number of laps....


8 posted on 07/07/2011 6:49:06 PM PDT by PAR35
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To: Chode

The British Grand Prix is in Spain...

Am I missing something?


9 posted on 07/07/2011 7:35:04 PM PDT by Freedom_Is_Not_Free (SP12: They called Reagan "unelectable", too.)
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To: Chode

Ah! OK, makes more sense. Never mind my other post.

Don’t worry. I understand. As race day approaches, all the blood goes to your little head and you don’t think as clearly. You just want beer, ethanol, motor fumes and loud noise. Perfectly understandable.


10 posted on 07/07/2011 7:38:11 PM PDT by Freedom_Is_Not_Free (SP12: They called Reagan "unelectable", too.)
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To: Chode

11 posted on 07/07/2011 7:55:27 PM PDT by Liberty Valance (Keep a simple manner for a happy life :o)
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To: Never on my watch

What beter way to promote globalism and the European Union?

;-)


12 posted on 07/08/2011 5:05:39 AM PDT by WayneS ("I hope you know this will go down on your PERMANENT record...")
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To: Chode
Silverstone is a fun course to run on. Its got some tricky corners. The last two prior to the grandstand are particularly ornary.

Silverstone has some significant terrain to deal with, e.g., between Club & Priory. In between The Bridge & Priory its downhill and very bumpy. Gotta have the setup dialed in correctly to enter Brooklands correctly; car has to be able to handle the roll for the hard left entry to Brooklands followed by the very hard right through Luffield.

If the set-up aint right, you'll burn up the tires.

Given the significant elevation changes on various parts of the course, gearing is critical also. Coming out of Abbey and you're climing 20' easily.

13 posted on 07/08/2011 9:28:04 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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To: Chode
British summer

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14 posted on 07/08/2011 9:56:55 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Chode
second practice...

Pos No Driver Team Time/Retired Gap Laps
1 6 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:49.967 9
2 8 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1:50.744 0.777 16
3 16 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 1:51.395 1.428 16
4 3 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1:51.438 1.471 6
5 4 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1:51.518 1.551 6
6 14 Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 1:51.738 1.771 18
7 15 Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 1:51.781 1.814 7
8 11 Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 1:51.992 2.025 13
9 17 Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 1:52.169 2.202 12
10 18 Sebastien Buemi STR-Ferrari 1:52.189 2.222 21
11 10 Vitaly Petrov Renault 1:52.198 2.231 9
12 7 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1:52.325 2.358 12
13 20 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 1:52.578 2.611 16
14 2 Mark Webber RBR-Renault 1:52.587 2.620 6
15 5 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 1:52.869 2.902 8
16 9 Nick Heidfeld Renault 1:54.023 4.056 8
17 19 Jaime Alguersuari STR-Ferrari 1:54.274 4.307 16
18 1 Sebastian Vettel RBR-Renault 1:54.545 4.578 4
19 25 Jerome d'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 1:54.714 4.747 13
20 12 Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 1:55.155 5.188 8
21 21 Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 1:55.155 5.188 12
22 24 Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 1:55.549 5.582 10
23 22 Daniel Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth 1:55.828 5.861 10
24 23 Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth 1:56.037 6.070 6

15 posted on 07/08/2011 3:03:25 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Chode
Whitmarsh questions blown diffuser regulations

McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh has questioned the supposed disparity in terms of the new off-throttle blown diffuser regulations introduced ahead of this weekend's British Grand Prix, explaining that engine supplier Renault has successfully negotiated with the FIA in order to limit the damage of the sport's newest ruling.

It has been revealed that reigning Champions Red Bull have been allowed to keep throttle levels at 50 percent under braking with their engine units, 30 percent more than universally agreed when the cut-back was outlined earlier in the season.

"We learnt half-way through the session that Christian (Horner) hadn’t lost as much as we expected as obviously the rules are slightly fluid and appear to change by the hour at the moment, so we are still learning is the answer," Whitmarsh explained during the Friday press conference at the newly refurbished Silverstone circuit.

"I think the expectation is that when you are off the throttle the engine throttles would be closed but there has been a negotiation and as I understand Renault’s throttles are 50 percent open under braking and I think that is probably not what most of us expected coming into this event.

"That’s been a little bit of a revelation that we gathered during the course of the sessions today and we are trying to understand what we have to do."

However, Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner responded to the comments made by Whitmarsh and believes the FIA has reacted to the 'very complex situation' in a fair manner, making allowances for individual engine manufacturers.

"Martin’s interpretation is interesting," Horner said. "There has been a series of technical directives that have happened since Valencia and the latest technical directive is quite clear in that engines that have been run in previous configurations the FIA would take into account on an equitable basis.

"I think there was an expectation that coming here obviously a lot of focus has been placed on Red Bull. Do Red Bull have a silver bullet ion their car? We don’t but at the same time we expect the FIA to regulate in a fair and proper manner and that’s exactly what they have done in this case. They are the only ones with all the facts. They are the only ones with the data and they have looked at it."

In Renault’s case, the main factor behind the FIA’s allowance is reliability-related, with the engine manufacturer concerned about the race-long effects of the rule changes.

"They have listened to Mercedes case and allowed Mercedes certain parameters. They have looked at Renault’s case and they have allowed certain parameters based on an historical content, if you like, on what is a very, very complex subject.

"It perhaps would have been better dealt with at the end of the season, when the exhausts move to a completely different location which will remove an awful lot of the emotion that seems to surround this topic."

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16 posted on 07/08/2011 9:10:12 PM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: All
OK!!! i'm back, and ready to take my whipping like a man...
17 posted on 07/09/2011 7:12:11 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Freedom_Is_Not_Free
you know me so well... 8^)
18 posted on 07/09/2011 7:13:11 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Elle Bee
OOOOOOOhhh Yeah..................

19 posted on 07/09/2011 7:15:45 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Chode
damn...

Pos No Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Laps
1 2 Mark Webber RBR-Renault 1:32.670 1:31.673 1:30.399 19
2 1 Sebastian Vettel RBR-Renault 1:32.977 1:32.379 1:30.431 19
3 5 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 1:32.986 1:31.727 1:30.516 20
4 6 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:32.760 1:31.640 1:31.124 16
5 4 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1:34.230 1:32.273 1:31.898 21
6 15 Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 1:34.472 1:32.569 1:31.929 14
7 12 Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 1:32.702 1:32.588 1:31.933 16
8 16 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 1:34.324 1:32.399 1:32.128 16
9 8 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1:34.186 1:32.295 1:32.209 18
10 3 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1:33.581 1:32.505 1:32.376 20
11 14 Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 1:34.454 1:32.617 14
12 17 Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 1:34.145 1:32.624 14
13 7 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1:34.160 1:32.656 15
14 10 Vitaly Petrov Renault 1:34.428 1:32.734 14
15 11 Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 1:33.532 1:33.119 12
16 9 Nick Heidfeld Renault 1:35.132 1:33.805 15
17 20 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 1:34.923 1:34.821 9
18 19 Jaime Alguersuari STR-Ferrari 1:35.245 7
19 18 Sebastien Buemi STR-Ferrari 1:35.749 7
20 24 Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 1:36.203 7
21 21 Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 1:36.456 4
22 25 Jerome d'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 1:37.154 6
23 23 Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth 1:37.484 7
24 22 Daniel Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth 1:38.059 6
Q1 107% Time 1:39.156

20 posted on 07/09/2011 7:17:44 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: All

Who lost their gear box? Bummers.


21 posted on 07/10/2011 9:47:13 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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Oh, that was Trulli; smoked the engine. It appears he burned up the exhaust valves.


22 posted on 07/10/2011 9:57:51 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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The announcers just said Trulli was pulled over becasue of an engine oil leak. The announcers were questioning Why? They're makin' allegations that something having to do with the new diffuser rule caused the exhaust valves to fail, i.e., threw a valve-stem.

Riiiiiigggggggght; as if.

23 posted on 07/10/2011 10:11:44 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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Kobayashi: engine ka-blammo!
24 posted on 07/10/2011 10:15:53 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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To: raygun
Vettel just gave up 1st to Alanso in the pit; Vettel's team had trouble with the jack.
25 posted on 07/10/2011 10:19:59 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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To: Chode
So with the new DRS rules, the drivers have to listen to the race stewards for approval? DRS can only be activated when car following is w/in 1 sec of car chased, and chased car can not implement DRS.

I don't know how that's implemented (how does the leading car know he's less than a second out front)?

26 posted on 07/10/2011 10:24:30 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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To: Chode
http://www.formula1.com/results/season/2011/861/6873/

Pos No Driver Team Laps Time/Retired Grid Pts
1 5 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 52 1:28:41.196 3 25
2 1 Sebastian Vettel RBR-Renault 52 +16.5 secs 2 18
3 2 Mark Webber RBR-Renault 52 +16.9 secs 1 15
4 3 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 52 +28.9 secs 10 12
5 6 Felipe Massa Ferrari 52 +29.0 secs 4 10
6 8 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 52 +60.6 secs 9 8
7 17 Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 52 +65.5 secs 12 6
8 9 Nick Heidfeld Renault 52 +75.5 secs 16 4
9 7 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 52 +77.9 secs 13 2
10 19 Jaime Alguersuari STR-Ferrari 52 +79.1 secs 18 1
11 14 Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 52 +79.7 secs 11
12 10 Vitaly Petrov Renault 52 +80.6 secs 14
13 11 Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 51 +1 Lap 15
14 12 Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 51 +1 Lap 7
15 15 Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 51 +1 Lap 6
16 24 Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 50 +2 Laps 20
17 25 Jerome d'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 50 +2 Laps 22
18 23 Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth 50 +2 Laps 23
19 22 Daniel Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth 49 +3 Laps 24
Ret 4 Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 39 Wheel nut 5
Ret 18 Sebastien Buemi STR-Ferrari 25 Accident damage 19
Ret 16 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 23 Oil leak 8
Ret 21 Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 10 Oil leak 21
Ret 20 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 2 Gearbox 17

27 posted on 07/10/2011 10:27:28 AM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Chode
The...


28 posted on 07/10/2011 10:29:32 AM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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Woah!!!! Button's wheel almost came off exiting the pit! Crew chief messed up with the signal. The wheel-lug wasn't even on, and Buttno took off.

LOL.

29 posted on 07/10/2011 10:47:19 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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Potential fine for team McLaren for that incident.

Hamilton's bumming out, crew told him at about lap 40 of 52 that he didn't have enough fuel to finish the race.

OMG!

30 posted on 07/10/2011 10:54:51 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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LOL!

Racing incident on the final turn of the final lap (between Hamilton & Massa).

31 posted on 07/10/2011 11:05:50 AM PDT by raygun (http://bastiat.org/en/the_law DOT html)
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To: Chode
Alonso wins as Red Bull flounder at Silverstone

Fernando Alonso has won Ferrari’s first race of 2011 by triumphing in Sunday’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone. After suffering a pit-stop problem, Sebastian Vettel finished second as Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber was instructed to stay behind. In fourth, McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton narrowly defended from Felipe Massa at the finish as Jenson Button retired due to a lost wheel nut.

To no great surprise of drivers or spectators, the weather looked to play the greatest role prior to the start of the race. As the cars made their ways from pit lane to grid, it was discovered that the start/finish area was relatively dry whereas the far side of the circuit contained much standing water. This prompted the field to fit Intermediate Pirelli tyres as the race started from the new International Pits Straight for the first time.

With Webber suffering some wheel spin, it was Vettel who blasted ahead of the pack en route to Abbey. Behind, Alonso challenged Webber as Hamilton shot from tenth to seventh, then seizing sixth from compatriot Paul di Resta’s Force India on the drag to Stowe. It was a miserable day for Lotus, though, with Heikki Kovalainen retiring on only the second tour after losing fourth gear; several laps later, team-mate Jarno Trulli was also out of action.

As Vettel extended his leading advantage to some three and a half seconds, looking to repeat his Silverstone victory of 2009, Hamilton proceeded to challenge the Ferrari of Felipe Massa for fifth but twice ran wide and lost ground at Brooklands. At the same part of track on Lap 9, Michael Schumacher’s Mercedes hit the Sauber of Kamui Kobayashi, resulting in a stop/go penalty for the seven-time World Champion. The Japanese – who had been pushed into a spin and lost two positions - soon retired from the race as his engine overheated, but only after more contact in the pit lane with Pastor Maldonado’s Williams.

Having rejoined in the lead after his first stop, it was Vettel’s Lap 27 pit lane visit which brought trouble, as the German’s left-rear wheel was not fitted quickly enough. With the Red Bull left standing, this left Alonso free to sail past before posting a string of rapid laps which took the lead up to 20 seconds at its peak. Further back, after jumping Hamilton at the third and final round of stops, Vettel began to fall into the clutches of Webber in the closing stages, with the Australian being told to hold position on the final two laps in a bid to avoid a collision such as that in Turkey last year. Although the latter refused to accept the request, there was no change of places.

There was a similar dual between Hamilton and Massa, with the Brazilian passing the Englishman around the outside of Vale on the final lap, only for the 2008 winner to retake the place as the Ferrari driver came close to losing control; the pair eventually crossed the finish line in fourth and fifth slots, separated by less than a tenth of a second.

The day proved frustrating for home favourites McLaren, though. Not only did Hamilton nurse his car to the chequered flag in order to save fuel, which only aided Webber’s pass for third on Lap 46, but Jenson Button’s chances of a first home podium finish evaporated on Lap 40, stopping in the pit lane exit as his right-front wheel came loose with no wheel nut attached – this non-finish drops the 2009 Champion from second to fifth in the Drivers’ Championship.

It was a similarly difficult day for Scotland’s Paul di Resta. After starting from a superb sixth place for Force India, the DTM title holder was left waiting in the pits after his team almost fitted the tyres of team-mate Adrian Sutil. The West Lothian man then damaged his front wing after contact with Toro Rosso’s Sébastien Buemi, who stopped at Chapel curve with a punctured left-rear tyre.

In fifth, 2010 rostrum finisher Nico Rosberg’s race included a pass on Pastor Maldonado – overtaking a car around the outside of Brooklands for the second consecutive year – on his way to sixth place ahead of Sauber’s Sergio Pérez (who came back from a pre-race off and broken front wing) and Renault’s Nick Heidfeld. As Schumacher recovered from his penalty for ninth, Jaime Alguersuari picked up a points result for the third consecutive race. At the back, Hispania debutant Daniel Ricciardo endured a tough day to finish a lap behind team-mate Vitantonio Liuzzi.

Fernando Alonso’s 27th career victory is his second at Silverstone, where he first won for Renault in 2006. The figure moves the Spaniard to joint fifth in the sport’s records with triple Champion Jackie Stewart and up to third in the current 2011 standings.

Vettel sets fastest time on Top Gear

Although he may not have won the British Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel can leave England happy after beating a selection of fellow Formula 1 personalities on Top Gear’s ‘Star in a Reasonably Priced Car’. Having driven his best lap on Wednesday, the episode was aired by the BBC on Sunday night.

On the evening after last year’s British Grand Prix, it was Williams’ Rubens Barrichello who proudly ‘Beat the Stig’ and later designed several t-shirts to emphasise the fact. Tonight, it was the World Champion’s turn to step into the Suzuki Liana.

Following the customary chat with presenter Jeremy Clarkson, Vettel’s lap time was revealed as 1:44.0 (three tenths quicker than Barrichello), much to the delight of the German who also delivered a Birmingham accent.

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32 posted on 07/11/2011 8:48:57 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Chode
southern end

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33 posted on 07/11/2011 8:58:45 AM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Elle Bee
i wish i was in the land of cotton...
34 posted on 07/11/2011 3:22:27 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Elle Bee
now that, is class...

35 posted on 07/11/2011 3:26:46 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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To: Chode
a hot chick with a pit pass ... and those aren't British teeth

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36 posted on 07/11/2011 3:56:43 PM PDT by Elle Bee
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To: Chode

You got way better chicks than we do on the Nascar thread, LOL.


37 posted on 07/11/2011 4:01:31 PM PDT by nascarnation
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To: nascarnation
i can always count on Elle Bee to supply the EyeCandy...
38 posted on 07/11/2011 4:15:49 PM PDT by Chode (American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
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