Friday, March 12, 2010

An important wheel in Grand Prix Racing

An important wheel in Grand Prix Racing The Grand Prix of Europe, the fifth race of the 2006 campaign, takes place in N? Rburgring which opened in 1984. It has hosted 13 events in the world championship F1 in three different names: the GP of Europe (1984, 1995-1996, 1999-2005), the GP of Germany (1985) and the GP of Luxembourg (1997-1998) . This Grand Prix track is known to have this kind of unpredictable weather, it adds an element to the anxiety of the race. This is the 16th season for the Grand Prix of Europe. First, was incorporated in Spain (Jerez) and England (Brands Hatch and Donington Park). F1 competitors for the biggest challenge was the choice of tire compound for this track due to climate variability. This could be a factor more than ever, because the race takes place three weeks earlier than it did last season so the weather becomes increasingly unpredictable. Consequently, the F1 tires require a functioning quite broad spectrum, in other words, it must be fast and consistent, even if the weather is not 100 percent correct, because at Imola. In tests of previous seasons, the boundary conditions on freezing the same way that could easily push 30 yet? C. Regarding the possibility of rain, which has no conces, the spare time during practice for the Grand Prix F1 Australia as much progress has been made on the issue of fatigue.

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