Pilotos Brasileiros na F1 🇧🇷.
Luigi Emílio Rodolfo Bertetti, era conhecido como Gino Bianco, nascido na Itália, migrou para Brasil ainda criança. Participou da Fórmula 1 em 1952. Seu melhor desempenho foi na estreia no Grande Prêmio da Grã-Bretanha terminando na décima oitava colocação, utilizando um @maserati. .
Piloto: Gino Bianco
Nascimento: 22/07/1916 Turim - Itália
Equipes: Escuderia Bandeirantes
Personally, I think there would have been uproar no matter who Kubica lost the seat to - we all wanted the fairytale story, which of course could still happen.
As for Sirotkin, we’ve often joked about his power$ of per$ua$ion, but the reality is, he is actually an accomplished driver.
The Russian finished 3rd in F2 in both 2015 and 2016. And it really doesn’t matter if that’s not good enough for you, Jolyon Palmer won the championship in 2014 and things didn’t turn out so well for him. Let’s wait to see how Sirotkin gets on before feeding him to the wolves.
Flying into this weekend like Ralf here. You can check out the epic crash in the @richmixthree feed. Have a good one ✌🏾🍻🏁
The less well known points of the F1 regulations and their effect on the design
Last year, the rules underwent a truly revolutionary change, but there will be less upheaval in 2018. Nevertheless, the look of the car will change in several areas. Also down to the regulations, there will be different parameters when it comes to how the mechanical components are managed. Let’s take a closer look at these changes, including their finer points:
Chassis and Aerodynamics. The most visible modification is the introduction of the HALO, the structure designed to protect the driver from being hit by a flying object. This change involved a great deal of work for the designers, on the one hand because the 5 kilo increase in the car’s minimum weight, to 733 Kg, only partly compensates for the weight of the component and, on the other, because of the inevitable effect on air flow. Aesthetically however, one can expect an improvement over the prototypes seen to date, thanks to it being slightly faired-in and also integrated into the livery of the car.
The large “shark fin” on the engine cover has almost completely gone, while the positioning of the transversally mounted T-wing, which all the teams used in 2017 to better direct air flow towards the rear wing has been reviewed. Also gone at the back end of the car is the crash wing, better known as the “monkey seat” which used to sit below the rear wing. The exhaust exit has been position further back and this year, as a further safety precaution, each wheel will have three cable tethers to prevent them detaching in an accident. The frontal crash test standard is also more severe and finally, on the front of the chassis, cars will carry a 360 degree video camera.
Power Unit. According to the sporting regulations, the number of #Kimi7#redseason#Seb5#ScuderiaFerrari#KimiRäikkönen#Kimi#Formula1#FormulaOne#FormulaUno#F1#Kimi#Räikkönen#KimiRaikkonen#Iceman#scuderia#SebastianVettel#Vettel#FerrariF1#ForzaFerrari#Iceman#allwithkimi7#Ferrari#DavidGreenwood#Greenwood#DaveGreenwood#F12018#Formula12018#2018