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PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2008 3:58 pm 
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2014 FIA Formula One World Championship Race Calendar

2014 F1 calendar (Confirmed)
March 16, Australia
March 30, Malaysia
April 6, Bahrain

April 20, China
May 11, Spain
May 25, Monaco
June 8, Canada
June 22, Austria
July 6, Britain
July 20, Germany
July 27, Hungary
August 24, Belgium
September 7, Italy
September 21, Singapore
October 5, Japan
October 12, Russia
November 2, United States
November 9, Brazil
November 23, Abu Dhabi

2014 FIA Formula One World Championship Teams/Engine/Drivers/Car No:
Red Bull - Renault - Sebastian Vettel (1) and Daniel Ricciardo (3).

Mercedes GP - Mercedes - Lewis Hamilton (44) and Nico Rosberg (6).

Ferrari - Ferrari - Fernando Alonso (14) and Kimi Raikkonen (7).

Lotus - Renault- Romain Grosjean (8) and Pastor Maldonado (13).

McLaren- Mercedes - Jenson Button (22) and Kevin Magnussen (20).

Force India - Mercedes - Nico Hulkenberg (27) and Sergio Perez (11).

Sauber - Ferrari- Esteban Gutierrez (21) and Adrian Sutil (99).

Toro Rosso - Renault - Jean-Eric Vergne (25) and Daniil Kvyat (26).

Williams - Mercedes- Valtteri Bottas (77) and Felipe Massa (19).

Marussia - Ferrari - Max Chilton (4) and Jules Bianchi (17).

Caterham - Renault - Marcus Ericsson (9) and Kamui Kobayashi (10).


2014 Driver's Championship Standings
FIA Formula 1 Drivers' World Championship
Points are awarded as follows: 1st place - 25 points; 2nd -18; 3rd - 15; 4th -12; 5th - 10; 6th - 8; 7th - 6; 8th - 4; 9th - 2; 10th - 1. If drivers are tied on points, positions are decided on results countback. Wins are compared, and the driver with most wins is classified ahead. If wins are equal, second places are looked at, and so on

Driver Country Team Points
1 Nico Rosberg Ger Mercedes 61
2 Lewis Hamilton GB Mercedes 50
3 Nico Hulkenberg Ger Force India 28
4 Fernando Alonso Spa Ferrari 26
5 Jenson Button GB McLaren 23
6 Sebastian Vettel Ger Red Bull 23
7 Kevin Magnussen Den McLaren 20
8 Valtteri Bottas Fin Williams 18
9 Sergio Perez Mex Force India 16
10 Daniel Ricciardo Aus Red Bull 12
11 Felipe Massa Brz Williams 12
12 Kimi Raikkonen Fin Ferrari 7
13 Jean-Eric Vergne Fra Toro Rosso 4
14 Daniil Kvyat Rus Toro Rosso 3
15 Romain Grosjean Fra Lotus 0
16 Adrian Sutil Ger Sauber 0
17 Esteban Gutierrez Mex Sauber 0
18 Max Chilton GB Marussia 0
19 Kamui Kobayashi Jpn Caterham 0
20 Jules Bianchi Fra Marussia 0
21 Pastor Maldonado Ven Lotus 0
22 Marcus Ericsson Swe Caterham 0



Final 2013 Driver's Championship Standings
FIA Formula 1 Drivers' World Championship
Points are awarded as follows: 1st place - 25 points; 2nd -18; 3rd - 15; 4th -12; 5th - 10; 6th - 8; 7th - 6; 8th - 4; 9th - 2; 10th - 1. If drivers are tied on points, positions are decided on results countback. Wins are compared, and the driver with most wins is classified ahead. If wins are equal, second places are looked at, and so on

Driver Country Team Points
1 Sebastian Vettel Ger Red Bull 397 WDC
2 Fernando Alonso Spa Ferrari 242
3 Mark Webber Aus Red Bull 199
4 Lewis Hamilton GB Mercedes 189
5 Kimi Raikkonen Fin Lotus 183
6 Nico Rosberg Ger Mercedes 171
7 Romain Grosjean Fra Lotus 132
8 Felipe Massa Brz Ferrari 112
9 Jenson Button GB McLaren 73
10 Nico Hulkenberg Ger Sauber 51
11 Sergio Perez Mex McLaren 49
12 Paul Di Resta GB Force India 48
13 Adrian Sutil Ger Force India 29
14 Daniel Ricciardo Aus Toro Rosso 20
15 Jean-Eric Vergne Fra Toro Rosso 13
16 Esteban Gutierrez Mex Sauber 6
17 Valtteri Bottas Fin Williams 4
18 Pastor Maldonado Ven Williams 1
19 Jules Bianchi Fra Marussia 0
20 Charles Pic Fra Caterham 0
21 Giedo van der Garde Ned Caterham 0
22 Heikki Kovalainen Fin Lotus 0
23 Max Chilton GB Marussia 0



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LH FTW.

Again.

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Back where it belongs!


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Lewis. Second year running. And will be BBC Sports personality of the year 2009.


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I fancy Renault and Alonso to spring a surprise.

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In all of the confusion Ferrari fall back to their old ways in the days of Alesi and Berger, midfielders who occasionally get on the podium. BMW and Williams, with their head start in testing ahead of a season where testing is banned are brilliant at the beginning, but this is short lived as the others who have bigger budgets and bigger windtunnels catch up.

It's anyone's game and it's certainly not going to be McLaren's or Ferrari's if they don't get a move on and test out their Aero kit on track.


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Sterling work, BOR. :D

Shame it's such a long wait until the start of the season though. :(

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JamCC PM'ed me asking me to tell you all that any remarks made in this thread about Lewis Hamilton are actually the opposite of what he says. It's this weird thing he's doing next year.

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Oh and just to get it out of the way

Hamilton = Twat

Ferrari FTMFW!!!


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Formula one (YAWN)


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Great OP, C'MON satoooo get a race seat!!

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Good - finally we'll have updating titles.

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Good to have you back BOR! :D

Just read this over at GPUpdate.net:

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Ecclestone reveals special 'Ferrari deal'

20 December 2008

As Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has said he wants to see a greater transparency from Ecclestone about the revenues in Formula 1 Bernie Ecclestone now hits back at the Italian by revealing Ferrari's special deal with Formula 1 where the Scuderia is receiving millions of dollars extra.

An angry Ecclestone has told The Times that the Ferrari president should be the last person to be complaining about how much revenue the teams receive. "The only thing he has not mentioned is the extra money Ferrari get above all the other teams and all the extra things Ferrari have had for years - the 'general help' they are considered to have had in Formula One," Ecclestone told The Times.

"Ferrari get so much more money than everyone else," Ecclestone said. "They know exactly what they get, they are not that stupid, although they are not that bright, either. They get about $80 million (about £54 million) more. When they win the constructors' championship, which they did this year, they got $80 million more than if McLaren had won it."

Ecclestone reveals that the reason for paying Ferrari the extra $80 million goes back to 2003 when F1 teams tried to form a breakaway championship. Ecclestone explained: "They were the only team that broke ranks with the other manufacturers - why did they break ranks? That's where the $80 million comes in. We 'bought' Ferrari. We 'bought' Ferrari's loyalty. Our deal with Ferrari was that we 'bought' them so they would not go to the others."


Let's be honest, as shocking as this may be, it just confirms what many of us have thought for a few years. Ferrari was in the FIA's pocket and vice versa.

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That boosst button sounds fun. They should just turn F1 into F-Zero.


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Sato better get that seat, and Button better have a team next season or I'll probably have a F1 wilderness year.

Anyone know all the car unveiling dates?


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I thought it was common knowledge that Ferrari receive special payments from Bernie for taking part? It has to stop in my opinion. It would be like the FA paying special money to Man Utd.

Until that stops, it doesn't seem fair to call F1 a sport. Max Mosley really should have done more during his tenure to clean the sport up.


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Alonso-Ferrari rumours resurface

Rumours linking Fernando Alonso with Ferrari resurfaced on Sunday when the Italian newspaper, Gazetta dello Sport, published an article stating that the Spaniard has signed a four-year deal with the team from 2011.

Alonso was widely linked with Ferrari throughout last year after his future at Renault was in doubt but Kimi Raikkonen put a dampener on the speculation after electing to extend his current contract with the team.

Felipe Massa also secured his future with Ferrari and this left Alonso with no other choice than to continue with Renault after the team returned to their winning ways towards the end of the season.

But now, respected journalist Pino Allivei has reported that Alonso has agreed to a four-year deal as of 2011 with get-out clauses included for both sides.

It is also suggested that Alonso could possibly complete the move as early as 2010 if Raikkonen fails to improve his current form.

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo did not shy away from his liking for Alonso and during a recent meeting with the press the Italian did little to try and hush the rumours.

When asked about the Spaniard, di Montezemolo said: "He's a fantastic driver, no question. I like him. Particularly in Japan he drove a great race. He's a champion and a team leader, but for the moment we don't have any problem with our current drivers.

"That is why we confirmed officially Massa and Kimi until the end of 2010. Life is long and in the future we will see. But for the moment we don't have any grey areas regarding drivers for the next two years."

A Ferrari spokesman declined to comment on the Gazzetta report, but told news agency Reuters: "We can only repeat that we have two drivers signed to the end of 2010."


http://planetf1.com/story/0,18954,3213_4716243,00.html

This will be going on for a long time, methinks.

Part of me suspect that Alonso has already signed for them, but he won't say anything. :shifty:

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 9:13 pm 
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Does anyone know of a good F1 manager game? I've signed up to f1competition.com and that seems like it will be good fun, but I'd like to try another one at the same time.


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A lot of people played BATracer on here in a GR league earlier this year. Quite different from f1competition.


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