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pure nick allora , ha rimediato ogni tanto le briciole , per? colpa dei piloti non era di certo , si conoscono i loro valori

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infatti non hanno combinato quasi nnt entrambi, per questo non si capisce come possa aver avuto un voto cos? alto

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Anche Jani girer? con la FI a Jerez. Si parla anche di Chandhok ma non ? confermato.

 

BMW Sauber

Esteban Guti?rrez (MX) - Formula BMW Europe Champion, 2008

Alexander Rossi (US) - BMW World Finals winner, 2008

 

Ferrari

Pablo Sanchez-Lopez (MX) - 3rd in Italian Formula 3,

Daniel Zampieri (IT) - Italian Formula 3 Champion

Marco Zipoli (IT) - Italian Formula 3 runner-up

Jules Bianchi (FR) - Campione F3 Euroseries

 

Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo (AU) - British Formula 3 Champion

 

Renault

Bertrand Baguette (BE) - World Series by Renault Champion

 

Toro Rosso

Brendon Hartley (NZ) - Red Bull Junior Team

Mirko Bortolotti (IT) - Red Bull Junior Team

 

Williams

Nico H?lkenberg (DE) - GP2 Champion and 2010 Williams driver

Andy Soucek (ES) - Formula 2 Champion

Force India

Paul Di Resta (GB) - Secondo nel DTM 2009

Neel Jani (CH)

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B?, io adoro troppo Jules :hihi:

 

Summerton pare vicino alla USF1.

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la manor sar? pronta per la fine di gennaio

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Classifica stipendi piloti F1 2009:

1. Kimi Raikkonen $45m

2. Lewis Hamilton $18m

3. Fernando Alonso $15m

4. Nico Rosberg $8.5m

5. Felipe Massa $8m

6. Jarno Trulli $6.5m

7. Sebastian Vettel $6m

8. Mark Webber $5.5m

9. Jenson Button $5m

10. Robert Kubica $4.5m

11. Heikki Kovalainen $3.5m

12. Nick Heidfeld $2.8m

13. Timo Glock $2m

14. Giancarlo Fisichella $1.5m

15. S?bastien Buemi $1.5m

16. Rubens Barrichello $1m

17. Jaime Alguersuari $0.5m

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kubica mi ricordo quando ha vinto l'anno scorso , mi ero comprato la gazzetta il giorno dopo , e c'era scritto che lo stipendio sarebbe raddoppiato per il 2009 , da 5 a 10 milioni , ce l'ho tutt'oggi quel giornale

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Dare 10milioni a Kubica ? assurdo come darne 45milioni a Licenziato.

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Conway e Ericsson sulla Mercedes a Jerez

 

BMW Sauber

Esteban Guti?rrez (MX) - Formula BMW Europe Champion, 2008

Alexander Rossi (US) - BMW World Finals winner, 2008

 

Ferrari

Pablo Sanchez-Lopez (MX) - 3rd in Italian Formula 3,

Daniel Zampieri (IT) - Italian Formula 3 Champion

Marco Zipoli (IT) - Italian Formula 3 runner-up

Jules Bianchi (FR) - Campione F3 Euroseries

 

Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo (AU) - British Formula 3 Champion

 

Renault

Bertrand Baguette (BE) - World Series by Renault Champion

 

Toro Rosso

Brendon Hartley (NZ) - Red Bull Junior Team

Mirko Bortolotti (IT) - Red Bull Junior Team

 

Williams

Nico H?lkenberg (DE) - GP2 Champion and 2010 Williams driver

Andy Soucek (ES) - Formula 2 Champion

Force India

Paul Di Resta (GB) - Secondo nel DTM 2009

J.R. Hildebrand (USA) - Campione Indy Lights 2009

Mercedes GP

Mike Conway (GB)

Marcus Ericsson (SWE) - Campione F3 Japan 2009

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ma quindi vedremo gi? le Mercedes grigie?

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Who has inked a Lotus F1 deal?

Lotus F1 team principal Tony Fernandes has revealed on social networking site Twitter, that the F1 newcomers have signed their first driver for the 2010 F1 season - but hasn't revealed who it is...

 

That will lead to increased speculation over who the driver could be, with a number of names having been suggested as possibilities after the initial confirmation that the team had secured a slot on the grid for next season.

 

Jarno Trulli has been hotly tipped to a drive but could be one of three ex-Toyota men in contention with Timo Glock in discussions with a number of teams and Kamui Kobayashi also looking to secure a race seat on the grid after his impressive showing in the final two races of the year.

 

Jacques Villeneuve is known to be looking for a route back into the sport, while McLaren's Heikki Kovalainen could be another possible option should he leave the Woking-based outfit - a move that looks increasingly likely to happen.

 

Fairuz Fauzy would provide a Malaysian option for the team, although is expected to be a more likely test driver but there are any number of other drivers who could step in to fill a vacant seat.

 

So who do you think Fernandes was referring to in his Twitter message ahead of an official announcement?

 

Results...

 

http://www.crash.net/f1/poll_results/66/who_has_inked_a_lotus_f1_deal.html

 

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Notizia stupenda!! Spero che affondi tutta la F1 cos? come ? stata congegnata negli anni 2000. Un sano ritorno a dimensioni umane sarebbe un vero sogno...

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Notizia stupenda!! Spero che affondi tutta la F1 così come è stata congegnata negli anni 2000. Un sano ritorno a dimensioni umane sarebbe un vero sogno...

Concordo, purtroppo c'è il rischio che zio Bernie - ed i suoi apprendisti stregoni, tra i quali pongo gli entusiasti dei luna-park tematici sulle rive dei deserti arabici ;) - accentui lo sguardo ancora più a oriente regalandoci una F1 mandorlata tra il deserto del Gobi e quello Ordos... possiamo solo sperare nel fattore anagrafe, la pensione non dovrebbe tardare XD

 

http://forum.motorionline.com/index.php?showtopic=19872&view=findpost&p=722803

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non so se ? stato detto da qualche parte:conway e ericsson proveranno la mercedes.

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non so se ? stato detto da qualche parte:conway e ericsson proveranno la mercedes.

 

E' in questa stessa pagina

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Programma dettagliato dei test di Jerez (1/3 dicembre)

 

 

BMW Sauber

 

Day 1: Alexander Rossi (US)

Day 2: Esteban Guti?rrez (MX)

Day 3: TBC

 

Brawn GP

 

Day 1: Mike Conway (GB) [Morning], Marcus Ericsson (SE) [Afternoon]

Day 2: Mike Conway (GB) [Morning], Marcus Ericsson (SE) [Afternoon]

Day 3: Mike Conway (GB) [Morning], Marcus Ericsson (SE) [Afternoon]

 

Ferrari

 

Day 1: Jules Bianchi (FR)

Day 2: Jules Bianchi (FR)

Day 3: Daniel Zampieri (IT), Marco Zipoli (IT), Pablo S?nchez L?pez (MX)

 

Force India

 

Day 1: J.R. Hildebrand (US) [Morning], Paul di Resta (GB) [Afternoon]

Day 2: Paul di Resta (GB) [Morning], J.R. Hildebrand (US) [Afternoon]

Day 3: Paul di Resta (GB) [Morning], J.R. Hildebrand (US) [Afternoon]

 

McLaren

 

Day 1: TBC

Day 2: TBC

Day 3: TBC

 

Red Bull Racing

 

Day 1: Daniel Ricciardo (AU)

Day 2: Daniel Ricciardo (AU)

Day 3: Daniel Ricciardo (AU)

 

Renault

 

Day 1: Bertrand Baguette (BE)

Day 2: Lucas di Grassi (BR)

Day 3: Lucas di Grassi (BR)

 

Toro Rosso

 

Day 1: Brendon Hartley (NZ)

Day 2: Mirko Bortolotti (IT)

Day 3: Mirko Bortolotti (IT)

 

Williams

 

Day 1: Andy Soucek (ES)

Day 2: Nico H?lkenberg (DE)

Day 3: Nico H?lkenberg (DE)

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