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doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby vikki » Sat 11 Apr, 2009 10:29 am

indycar one week, a1gp the next. not many drivers doing this sort of thing now. >?:PLO

he must love his racing to want to get beaten on both sides of the atlantic :P

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Postby CrazyChick » Sat 11 Apr, 2009 4:43 pm

He's on the front row for both Races... :shock: not such a good result for GB

Liuzzi takes pole on his A1GP debut
By Andrew van de Burgt Saturday, April 11th 2009

Force India test driver Vitantonio Liuzzi claimed Team Italy's first-ever A1GP pole position on his series debut at the impressive Algarve circuit.

Liuzzi used his power boost to great effect to storm to the top of the times in sprint race qualifying, denying weekend pace-setter Robert Doornbos (Team Netherlands) his first A1 pole in the process. But the Dutchman fought back impressively to claim the top spot for the feature race.

Championship leader Team Switzerland endured a tough session. Driver Neel Jani failed to set a time in sprint race qualifying after a red flag caused him to run out of time in the opening segment, while a technical problem stopped the his car on track in the second. He will start the sprint from 20th and last.........

Sprint race grid:
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Pos  Driver              Team           Time            Gap
 1.  Vitantonio Liuzzi   Italy          1m30.875s
 2.  Robert Doornbos     Netherlands    1m31.346s  + 0.471s
 3.  Adam Carroll        Ireland        1m31.600s  + 0.725s
 4.  Daniel Morad        Lebanon        1m31.756s  + 0.881s
 5.  Filipe Albuquerque  Portugal       1m31.777s  + 0.902s
 6.  Earl Bamber         New Zealand    1m32.006s  + 1.131s
 7.  Andre Lotterer      Germany        1m32.084s  + 1.209s
 8.  Adrian Zaugg        South Africa   1m32.301s  + 1.426s
 9.  Narain Karthikeyan  India          1m32.358s  + 1.483s
10.  Clivio Piccione     Monaco         1m32.420s  + 1.545s
11.  Fairuz Fauzy        Malaysia       1m32.929s  + 2.054s
12.  Marco Andretti      USA            1m33.214s  + 2.339s
13.  Dan Clarke          Great Britain  1m33.860s  + 2.985s
14.  Felipe Guimaraes    Brazil         1m33.985s  + 3.110s
15.  Zahir Ali           Indonesia      1m34.005s  + 3.130s
16.  Salvador Duran      Mexico         1m34.216s  + 3.341s
17.  John Martin         Australia      1m34.405s  + 3.530s
18.  Nicolas Prost       France         1m36.567s  + 5.692s
19.  Ho-Pin Tung         China          1m36.838s  + 5.963s
20.  Neel Jani           Switzerland    -


Feature race grid:
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Pos  Driver              Team           Time            Gap
 1.  Robert Doornbos     Netherlands    1m30.415s
 2.  Adam Carroll        Ireland        1m30.696s  + 0.281s
 3.  Neel Jani           Switzerland    1m30.878s  + 0.463s
 4.  Adrian Zaugg        South Africa   1m30.984s  + 0.569s
 5.  Felipe Guimaraes    Brazil         1m31.023s  + 0.608s
 6.  Fairuz Fauzy        Malaysia       1m31.025s  + 0.610s
 7.  Filipe Albuquerque  Portugal       1m31.095s  + 0.680s
 8.  Marco Andretti      USA            1m31.459s  + 1.044s
 9.  Clivio Piccione     Monaco         1m31.495s  + 1.080s
10.  Vitantonio Liuzzi   Italy          1m31.852s  + 1.437s
11.  Earl Bamber         New Zealand    1m31.925s  + 1.510s
12.  John Martin         Australia      1m31.939s  + 1.524s
13.  Salvador Duran      Mexico         1m32.031s  + 1.616s
14.  Andre Lotterer      Germany        1m32.269s  + 1.854s
15.  Daniel Morad        Lebanon        1m32.352s  + 1.937s
16.  Dan Clarke          Great Britain  1m32.400s  + 1.985s
17.  Narain Karthikeyan  India          1m32.504s  + 2.089s
18.  Zahir Ali           Indonesia      1m32.573s  + 2.158s
19.  Nicolas Prost       France         1m32.941s  + 2.526s
20.  Ho-Pin Tung         China          1m33.237s  + 2.822s


http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/74407
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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby Pepper » Sat 11 Apr, 2009 5:04 pm

Very dissapointing for speedy Dan.....


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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby vikki » Sat 11 Apr, 2009 8:58 pm

it's speedy adam i'm cheering on.and i don't want some balding italian playboy stealing his limelight either. :no)
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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby vikki » Sun 12 Apr, 2009 4:40 pm

doorknobs in race victory shocker. :P

but only because the balding playboy held up the entire field by the sound of it. :roll:

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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby vikki » Sun 12 Apr, 2009 5:11 pm

jani wins feature race which not many people finish!

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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby AlesiFan » Mon 13 Apr, 2009 10:27 am

Adam leading the championship again. :D
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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby CrazyChick » Mon 13 Apr, 2009 10:49 am

AlesiFan wrote:Adam leading the championship again. :D


No he don't.... he/Ireland have been given a 25sec penalty for something in the feature race.. moving him from 2nd to 5th

Standings:

Points Standings After Round 6, Portugal.

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Pos Team         Points
1.  Switzerland    88  FL*2
2.  Ireland        86  FL*4
3.  Portugal       82  FL*2
4.  Netherlands    66  FL
5.  France         46  FL
6.  Malaysia       43  FL
7.  New Zealand    36
8.  Australia      30
9.  Monaco         27
10. Great Britain  24
11. USA            19  FL
11. South Africa   19
13. Brazil         18
14. Italy          15
15. India          11
16. Mexico          8
17. Lebanon         8
18. China           7
19. Korea           4
20. Indonesia       3
21. Germany         2


The Sprint Race scores the top eight positions: 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
The points awarded for the top 10 finishers in the feature race are 15-12-10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1
Bonus point for setting fastest lap in each race.

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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby CrazyChick » Mon 13 Apr, 2009 10:51 am

Ireland loses second place
Sunday, April 12, 2009

A1 Team Ireland has lost its second place finish in this afternoon’s Feature race in the Vodafone A1GP Algarve, Portugal.
Following a stewards’ investigation tonight at the track, Adam Carroll was judged to have passed the Australian car of John Martin under safety car conditions at the second safety car restart of the race.

The team was given a 25-second penalty for the infringement, which drops them three places to fifth position.

Rules state that teams must cross the start/finish line after the Safety Car has pulled off before racing and therefore overtaking can resume.

With Ireland’s demotion, Portugal is promoted to second, Malaysia now scores a podium finish with a bronze medal, and Mexico is promoted to fourth place.

It means Ireland only scores seven points for the race rather than 13, and the championship battle has tightened up immensely..............

http://www.a1gp.com/News/NewsArticle.aspx?newsId=43755
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Re: doorknobs is a busy beaver!

Postby AlesiFan » Mon 13 Apr, 2009 11:01 am

It's a pro Swiss conspiracy.Does Max Mosley have a house in Switzerland? >>>>>:L
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