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  1. myoozikk

    Formula One - 2018 Season

    I'll add some proper info to this tonight but until then here's the new place to discuss the 2018 season & generally laugh at Mclaren. All formatting shamelessly stolen from @Jonny5 excellent topic starter from the 2017 season. Driver Lineup Mercedes Lewis Hamilton (Confirmed) Valtteri Bottas (Confirmed) Ferrari Sebastian Vettel (Confirmed) Kimi Raikkonen (Confirmed) Red Bull Daniel Ricciardo (Confirmed) Max Verstappen (Confirmed) Force India Sergio Perez (Confirmed) Esteban Ocon (Confirmed) Williams Lance Stroll (Confirmed) Sergey Sirotkin (Confirmed) Renault Nico Hulkenberg (Confirmed) Carlos Sainz (Confirmed) Toro Rosso Pierre Gasly (Confirmed) Brendon Hartley (Confirmed) Haas Romain Grosjean (Confirmed) Kevin Magnussen (Confirmed) McLaren Fernando Alonso (Confirmed) Stoffel Vandoorne (Confirmed) Sauber-Ferrari Marcus Ericsson (Confirmed) Charles Leclerc (Confirmed) Pre Season Testing February 26-March 1: Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona March 6-9: Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona In Season Testing May 15-May 16: Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona July 31-August 1: Hungaroring, Budapest Calendar March 25: Australian GP, Melbourne Sky April 8: Bahrain GP, Sakhir Sky/Channel 4 April 15: Chinese GP, Shanghai Sky April 29: Azerbaijan GP, Baku Sky/Channel 4 May 13: Spanish GP, Barcelona Sky May 27: Monaco GP, Monaco Sky/Channel 4 June 10: Canadian GP, Montreal Sky June 24: French GP, Le Castellet Sky July 1: Austrian GP, Spielberg Sky/Channel 4 July 8: British GP, Silverstone Sky/Channel 4 July 22: German GP, Hockenheim Sky July 29: Hungarian GP, Budapest Sky August 26: Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps Sky/Channel 4 September 2: Italian GP, Monza Sky September 16: Singapore GP, Marina Bay Sky/Channel 4 September 30: Russian GP, Sochi Sky October 7: Japanese GP, Suzuka Sky/Channel 4 October 21: United States GP, Austin Sky/Channel 4 October 28: Mexican GP, Mexico City Sky November 11: Brazilian GP, Sao Paulo Sky November 25: Abu Dhabi GP, Yas Marina Sky/Channel 4
  2. Jonny5

    Formula One - 2017 Season

    Formula One - 2017 Season (Content shamelessly stolen from various websites) Rule Changes In what is possibly the first time F1 has made aesthetics a central pillar of future regulations, 2017's cars are set to look more "aggressive" thanks to regulations to make them wider, heavier and run on fatter tyres. Wings will also be wider, with the rear wing lower than is currently the case. The FIA claim substantial gains of over three seconds are expected in 2017 through the "aerodynamic rules evolution, wider tires and reduction of car weight". Engine Changes COST Agreement has been reached on a significant reduction in the price of power unit supply to customer teams and a reduction in cost to manufacturers over the coming years. - In 2017 the power unit price for customer teams will be reduced by €1m per season compared to 2016. - From 2018, the annual supply price will be reduced by a further €3m. - Cost reduction on power units will be driven by changes to the Sporting and Technical regulations in 2017 and 2018, with a progressive reduction of the number of power unit elements per driver per season. SUPPLY Supply of power units to customer teams will be ensured, as the homologation procedure will include an “obligation to supply” that will be activated in the event of a team facing an absence of supply. PERFORMANCE CONVERGENCE The new agreement includes a package of measures aimed at achieving performance convergence. - The token system is to be removed from 2017 - Additionally, constraints on power unit part weights, dimensions and materials, and on boost pressure will be introduced in 2017 and in 2018. SOUND Manufacturers are currently conducting a promising research programme into further improving the sound of the current power units, with the aim of implementation by 2018 at the latest. Driver Lineup Mercedes Lewis Hamilton (Confirmed) Valtteri Bottas (Confirmed) Ferrari Sebastian Vettel (Confirmed) Kimi Raikkonen (Confirmed) Red Bull TAG-Heuer/Renault Daniel Ricciardo (Confirmed) Max Verstappen (Confirmed) Williams-Mercedes Felipe Massa (Confirmed) Lance Stroll (Confirmed) McLaren-Honda Fernando Alonso (Confirmed) Stoffel Vandoorne (Confirmed) Force India-Mercedes Sergio Perez (Confirmed) Esteban Ocon (Confirmed) Toro Rosso-Renault Carlos Sainz (Confirmed) Daniil Kvyat (Confirmed) Renault Nico Hulkenberg (Confirmed) Jolyon Palmer (Confirmed) Haas-Ferrari Romain Grosjean (Confirmed) Kevin Magnussen (Confirmed) Sauber-Ferrari Marcus Ericsson (Confirmed) Pascal Wehrlein (Confirmed) Manor-Mercedes TBA TBA In administration Car Launch Schedule February 21: Renault, TBC February 22: Force India VJM10, Silverstone February 23: Mercedes W08, Silverstone February 24: Ferrari, Fiorano February 24: McLaren MP4-32, Woking Pre Season Testing Two test sessions will be held at Barcelona, the first on the 27th of Feb & the second on the 7th of March. Calendar March 26: Melbourne, Australia April 9: Shanghai, China April 16: Bahrain, Bahrain April 30: Sochi, Russia May 14: Barcelona, Spain May 28: Monte Carlo, Monaco June 11: Montreal, Canada June 25: Baku, Azerbaijan July 9: Spielberg, Austria July 16: Silverstone, United Kingdom July 30: Budapest, Hungary August 27: Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium September 3: Monza, Italy September 17: Singapore, Singapore October 1: Sepang, Malaysia October 8: Suzuka, Japan October 22: Austin, USA October 29: Mexico City, Mexico November 12: Sao Paolo, Brazil November 26: Abu Dhabi, UAE Prediction Game The prediction game will be back again this year, but not just yet.
  3. Full Career Mode is back! Safety Car is back! More realistic handling. Cars very difficult to drive in the rain. Parade Laps. Manual starts. 22 player online. August 19 release.
  4. Jonny5

    Formula One - 2016 Season

    It's that time again where we all get excited about a new season of Formula One. Pre-season testing kicks off at the end of Jan so not long to go now! 2016 PRE-SEASON TEST SCHEDULE January 25-26: Paul Ricard, Wet-weather running February 22-25: Barcelona March 1-4: Barcelona 2016 RACE CALENDAR 20 March: Melbourne, Australia 3 April: Bahrain, Bahrain 17 April: Shanghai, China 1 May: Sochi, Russia 15 May: Barcelona, Spain 29 May: Monte Carlo, Monaco 12 June: Montreal, Canada 19 June: Baku, Azerbaijan* 3 July: Spielberg, Austria 10 July: Silverstone, United Kingdom 24 July: Budapest, Hungary 31 July: Hockenheim, Germany 28 August: Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium 4 September: Monza, Italy 18 September: Singapore 2 October: Sepang, Malaysia 9 October: Suzuka, Japan 23 October: Austin, USA** 30 October: Mexico City, Mexico 13 November: Sao Paolo, Brazil 27 November: Abu Dhabi, UAE Technical regulations Cars will be required to be designed with a separate wastegate for exhaust gases to pass throughcolloquially dubbed the "screamer pipe"in a bid to increase the noise of the cars following criticism since the introduction of the 2014 generation of engines.Tyre supplier Pirelli will introduce a fifth tyre compound known as "ultrasoft". Pirelli will change their approach to tyre supply in 2016, bringing three compounds to races instead of two and allowing teams the freedom to choose which two compounds they use. Teams are allowed to supply their two cars with a different selection. The choices will be made public two weeks before the race. The FIA has opted to increase the number of tokens available for power unit development stating in 2016. While the initial plans would have given manufacturers fifteen tokens for the season, the number was raised to thirty-two, the same number as 2014, in order to allow struggling manufacturers such as Renault and Honda to improve their development. This decision also allows further development on parts that were initially planned to be closed off, including the upper and lower crankcase, valve drive, crankshaft, air-valve system and ancillaries drive.Sporting regulationsStarting in 2016, the number of pre-season tests will be reduced from three to two.The stewards will be given greater powers in enforcing track limits, with drivers required to stay between the white lines marking the edges of the circuit, except in cases of driver error. The change was introduced after an investigation by Pirelli into Sebastian Vettel's high-speed blow-out at the 2015 Belgian Grand Prix that concluded that Vettel's off-track excursions had been a significant factor in the incident. The FIA is also exploring a number of solutions to discourage drivers from abusing track limits and aid in their policing, including GPS tracking, the reprofiling of kerbs, the installation of pressure-sensitive sensors and the use of high-speed cameras.Any driver who causes the start of the race to be aborted will be required to start the race from pit lane at the restart.The procedure for issuing gearbox penalties will be amended so that penalties are applied in the order that they are awarded, bringing the system in line with the wider grid penalty system.The Virtual Safety Car system will be used in practice sessions as well to avoid the unnecessary use of red flags and session stoppages.The drag reduction system, which is deactivated when under Virtual Safety Car periods and full-course yellow flags will be available as soon as a Virtual Safety Car period has ended; drivers previously had to wait two laps before the system was reactivated. The process new drivers go through in order to qualify for a superlicence will be changed, with additional restrictions put in place as part of the wider FIA Global Pathway. The changes were introduced following controversy surrounding Max Verstappen qualifying for a superlicence at the age of sixteen after a single season competing in European Formula 3. Fantasy F1 There are two games to take part in this year, Bob is not running his predicathon but has set up a fanstasy racers league here: and since I wanted to defend my prediction title I've set up my own version of Bob's game here: http://f1-predict.herokuapp.com/
  5. http://gpda.motorsport.com/ Just curious how many people have seen this and how many bothered to do it.
  6. Jonny5

    Formula One - 2014 Season

    A new era of V6 F1 deserves a new thread all ready to roll for the pre-season testing, so here it is!
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