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Top Story: Red Bull Racing F1 -Japan GP Qualifying - Saturday, 7 October 2006 THE STRESS BIT

DAVID COULTHARD, Position 17th "I love this track it's a great challenge, but unfortunately our car just isn't generating the overall grip that's needed here. The balance isn't too bad, it's as good as it's been during any other lap I've driven here, we just lack efficiency on this type of high-speed circuit. We're not really performing as we should be. The year started badly and we've never really recovered from it, it's a big disappointment." ROBERT DOORNBOS, Position 18th "It's difficult mehr >>

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07.10.2006

Japan GP: Red Bull Racing F1 -Japan GP Qualifying - Saturday, 7 October 2006 THE STRESS BIT

DAVID COULTHARD, Position 17th "I love this track it's a great challenge, but unfortunately our car just isn't generating the overall grip that's needed here. The balance isn't too bad, it's as good as it's been during any other lap I've driven here, we just lack efficiency on this type of high-speed circuit. We're not really performing as we should be. The year st mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: McLaren- Mercedes F1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX QUALIFYING

Suzuka, Japan, Saturday 7th October 2006 Kimi Raikkonen, MP4-21 05 Pedro de la Rosa, MP4-21 06 T-car (Kimi), MP4-21 07 Spare car, MP4-21 04 Team McLaren Mercedes drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Pedro de la Rosa will line up 11th and 13th on the grid for tomorrow's Japanese Grand Prix. Kimi's time of 1:30.827 in the second qualifying session just mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: Japanese Grand Prix - Qualifying Round-Up - IT'S A JOLLY QUALI DAY for Panasonic Toyota Racing

Panasonic Toyota Racing is celebrating its best qualifying performance of the season after Ralf Schumacher and Jarno Trulli secured the second row of the grid for Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix. Following a difficult qualifying session last week in China, today was a much better day for Toyota. Both Ralf and Jarno showed quick pace in all three of the sessions and they easily made mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 -Spyker MF1 Team - 2006 Japanese Grand Prix - Final Practice and Qualifying

Saturday 7th October 2006 Qualifying at Suzuka turned out to be a bitter sweet day for the Spyker MF1 Team as problems encountered by Tiago Monteiro within the opening minutes of the first session were counteracted by another entry into the second knockout session by Christijan Albers. Issues relating to the front end of Tiago Monteiro's car ended his sess mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 --BMW Sauber F1 Team - Japanese GP - Qualifying

Weather: Dry, sunny, windy and clouds, 23-28°C Air, 26-32°C Track Suzuka (JPN). It was mixed fortunes for the BMW Sauber F1 Team in qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix. Nick Heidfeld has qualified in the top ten for the ninth time this season, but an off track excursion meant that at the Suzuka track for the first time Robert Kubica missed taking part in the fi mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 - 2006 Japanese Grand Prix - QUALIFYING

Pos No Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 1 6 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:30.112 1:29.830 1:29.599 2 5 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:31.279 1:28.954 1:29.711 3 7 Ralf Schumacher Toyota 1:30.595 1:30.299 1:29.989 4 8 Jarno Trulli Toyota 1:30.420 1:30.204 1:30.039 5 1 Fernando Alonso Renault 1:30.976 1:30. mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 - 2006 Japanese Grand Prix Saturday Practice

1 5 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:30.653 2 7 Ralf Schumacher Toyota 1:31.863 3 12 Jenson Button Honda 1:32.310 4 2 Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 1:32.527 5 1 Fernando Alonso Renault 1:32.555 6 16 Nick Heidfeld Sauber-BMW 1:32.590 7 10 Nico Rosberg Williams-Cosworth 1:32.730 mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 - 2006 Japanese Grand Prix Friday Practice2

1 2 Giancarlo Fisichella Renault 1:34.337 2 6 Felipe Massa Ferrari 1:34.408 3 5 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:34.565 4 1 Fernando Alonso Renault 1:34.863 5 36 Anthony Davidson Honda 1:34.906 6 38 Sebastian Vettel Sauber-BMW 1:34.912 7 12 Jenson Button Honda 1:35.002 mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: FORMULA1- 2006 Japanese Grand Prix -Friday ¨Practice1

1 36 Anthony Davidson Honda 1:45.349 2 40 Neel Jani STR-Cosworth 1:46.138 3 38 Sebastian Vettel Sauber-BMW 1:46.585 4 37 Michael Ammermuller RBR-Ferrari 1:47.162 5 39 Adrian Sutil MF1-Toyota 1:47.773 6 21 Scott Speed STR-Cosworth 1:47.814 7 19 Christijan Albers MF1-Toyota 1 mehr >>

07.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 -Fisichella leads in Japan

Giancarlo Fisichella put Renault just ahead of Ferrari at the end of Friday's practice for the Japanese Grand Prix. Fisichella made up for some of the criticism he came in for after last weekend's Chinese race by beating the scarlet cars of Felipe Massa and Michael Schumacher into second and third places at Suzuka. Fernando Alonso was fourth. The Italian took hi mehr >>


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Japan GP: WELL-PROVEN SHELL PRODUCTS FOR PENULTIMATE RACE

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05.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 - Vorentscheidung in Suzuka ?

In Suzuka können in beiden Meisterschaften Vorentscheidungen fallen. Das weiß auch der amtierende Weltmeister, der dem Großen Preis von Japan optimistisch entgegen blickt.   Fernando, ein frustrierender Nachmittag in Shanghai. Welche Gedanken beschäftigen dich bei der Reise nach Japan? Fernando Alonso Zunächst einmal glaube ich, dass sich alle mehr >>

05.10.2006

Japan GP: Spyker M F1 Team 2006 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

The Spyker M F1 Team has arrived in Japan as the Suzuka circuit celebrates its 20th Grand Prix. Born in 1962, the track has been the venue for the Japanese Grand Prix every year since 1987.  Designed by Holland's John Hugenholtz the unique figure of eight circuit is among the most demanding on the Formula 1 World Championship calendar. The 20 curves that make up the mehr >>


Der Große Preis von Japan aus der Sicht von Michelin 05.10.2006

Japan GP: Der Große Preis von Japan aus der Sicht von Michelin

Vorschau: Großer Preis von Japan,17. Lauf zur Formel 1-WeltmeisterschaftDer GP von Japan aus der Sicht der Partner Das erwarten die Michelin Partner Rückblick: So lief der GP von Japan 2005 Statistisches M mehr >>

03.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 - Panasonic Toyota Racing F1 - Japanese Grand Prix - Preview

INTO THE HOME STRAIGHT With the 2006 Formula 1 season rapidly approaching its finale, Panasonic Toyota Racing will this weekend enjoy its home race, the Japanese Grand Prix. The penultimate event of the 18-race season will also be the last grand prix to be held at Suzuka before the venue switches to the Fuji International Speedway in 2007. So there will be plenty o mehr >>

03.10.2006

Japan GP: BMW Sauber F1 Team - Japan GP - Suzuka Preview

The Asian tour continues, but this coming Sunday, 8th October, might well see the final event for the foreseeable future at one of the greatest Formula One circuits on the calendar. The BMW Sauber F1 Team looks forward to the Suzuka International Racing Course, where the 17th of 18 rounds in the 2006 FIA Formula One World Championship will be held. Nick Heidfeld: mehr >>


Formula1 - McLaren-Mercedes F1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX preview 02.10.2006

Japan GP: Formula1 - McLaren-Mercedes F1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX preview

The Team McLaren Mercedes team travels to Suzuka this week for the penultimate race of the 2006 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, the Japanese Grand Prix. The legendary Suzuka circuit is famous for its uni mehr >>

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09.10.2005

Japan GP: FORMEL1 - GP Japan - Rennen       BMW Williams F1Team

Wetter: trocken und sonnig, 27°C Luft, 34-36°C Asphalt Suzuka (JPN). In einem packenden Großen Preis von Japan war Mark Webber im FW27 konstant stark in der Spitzengruppe unterwegs und kam schließlich als Vierter ins Ziel. Er war von Platz sieben gestartet. Ihm halfen eine gute Rennstrategie und schnelle Boxenstopps des BMW WilliamsF1 Teams. Teamkollege A mehr >>


FORMEL1- GP JAPAN - RENAULT F1 Team - Giancarlo Fisichella startet von Rang drei, Fernando Alonso von Platz 16 08.10.2005

Japan GP: FORMEL1- GP JAPAN - RENAULT F1 Team - Giancarlo Fisichella startet von Rang drei, Fernando Alonso von Platz 16

Starke Regenfälle nahmen großen Einfluss auf das Qualifying 3. Freies TrainingFernando Alonso, keine gezeiteten RundenGiancarlo Fisichella, keine gezeiteten Runden 4. Freies TrainingFernando Alonso, 9 Runden, 1.52,667 MinutenG mehr >>

08.10.2005

Japan GP: Formel1- Grosser Preis von Japan- BAR HONDA - Jenson startet aus der ersten Reihe

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08.10.2005

Japan GP: Formula1 JAPAN GP MINARDI F1 Team - ROLLING THE DICE

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08.10.2005

Japan GP: Formula1- JAPAN GP, Free Practice and Qualifying, RED BULL RACING TEAM

Conditions were wet and miserable for the two morning practices, meaning David and Christian used full wet tyres for both sessions. While the Japanese spectators tried to keep dry under their umbrellas on the grandstands, the Red Bull Racing duo completed 27 laps, although a throttle sensor problem prevented Christian from starting his final run of the morning. In the aft mehr >>


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Japan GP: Formula1 - GP JAPAN Suzuka - QUALIFYING Team MCLAREN MERCEDES

Team McLaren Mercedes drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Juan Pablo Montoya finished 17th and 18th in today's rain affected qualifying session at the Suzuka circuit in Japan. Kimi set a time of 2:02.309 whilst Juan Pablo abandoned his qualifying lap. Kimi and Juan Pablo were last out in today' mehr >>

08.10.2005

Japan GP: Formula1     GP JAPAN SUZUKA     QUALIFYING

1. Ralf Schumacher D Toyota 3 1:46.106 2. Jenson Button GB BAR-Honda 3 1:46.141 0.035 0.035 3. Giancarlo Fisichella I Renault 3 1:46.276 0.135 0.170 4. Christian Klien A Red Bull-Cosworth 3 1:46.464 0.188 0.358 5. Takuma Sato J BAR-Honda 3 1:46.841 0.377 0.735 6. David Coulthard GB Red Bull-Cosworth 3 1:46.892 0.051 0.786 7. M mehr >>

07.10.2005

Japan GP: Formula1 GP JAPAN Suzuka Practice times

2nd Practice Suzuka Ricardo Zonta (Toyota) leader 1. Ricardo Zonta BR Toyota 21 1:30.682 2. Michael Schumacher D Ferrari 16 1:31.716 1.034 1.034 3. Pedro de la Rosa E McLaren-Mercedes 28 1:31.821 0.105 1.139 4. Rubens Barrichello BR Ferrari 15 1:32.267 0.446 1.585 5. Kimi Raikkonen FIN McLaren-Mercedes 13 1:32.849 0.582 2 mehr >>

07.10.2005

Japan GP: FORMULA1 - GP Japan - Training BMW WILLIAMS F1 TEAM

07.10.2005 Wetter: erst trocken, später Regen, 23-24°C Luft, 24-26°C Asphalt Suzuka (JPN). Es war ein ungewöhnlich betriebsames erstes freies Training am Freitagmorgen in Suzuka. Alle Teams waren bemüht, ihre Abstimmungsarbeiten und die Reifenvergleiche zu erledigen, ehe der erwartete Regen am Nachmittag einsetzte. Die beiden BMW WilliamsF1 Team Piloten mehr >>


FORMULA1 - GP JAPAN- SUZUKA RENAULT F1-TEAM - Wir werden den Druck erhöhen! 06.10.2005

Japan GP: FORMULA1 - GP JAPAN- SUZUKA RENAULT F1-TEAM - Wir werden den Druck erhöhen!

Der Technische Direktor der Renault F1-Chassisabteilung freut sich auf den Zweikampf um die Konstrukteurs-WM und kennt das Geheimnis für den Erfolg.   Bob, wie würden Sie die Atmosphäre im Team beschreiben? Bob Bell Die Stimmung ist einfach fantastisc mehr >>

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