08 winners of formula 1?
The 2008 Formula One season was the 59th FIA Formula One World Championship season. It began on 16 March and ended on 2 November with eighteen Grand Prix races. Lewis Hamilton won the driver's title while Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro won the constructors' title The following drivers won during the 2008 season · Lewis Hamilton · Kimi Raikkonen · Felipe Massa · Robert Kubica · Heikki Kovaleinen · Sebastian Vettel · Fernando Alonso
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On November 2, 2008, Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain became the youngest man to win the driver's championship (at the age of 23 years, 300 days) as he defeated Felipe Massa by one point to win the 2008 Formula 1 World Championship. Hamilton was born January 7, 1985.
Formula 1 is a global form of motorsport with races held all around the world. Currently in 2008 there are races in Europe, North America, The Middle East, Asia, South America, Indonesia, and Australia for a total of 18 races overall.
Answer . Lewis Hamilton won the United States Grand Prix held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on June 17, 2007.
A little over an inch...about the size of a stamp.. .0625 is 1/16 inch. 1.08 in would be just over 1-1/16 inches.
The current engine size for Formula One cars are 2.4 Litre V8's. This rule has been in place since the 2006 Season.
depends completely on the cars aerodynamic setup, gear ratios, ect. The highest recorded speed however of an F1 car was by the 2005 Honda F1 car which reached a flash reading of 400km/h at Bonneville however because it could not reach it on the way back its official speed record 397km/h. The quickes…t F1 car speed of the 2011 season was 350km/h by Sergio Perez at Monza though on average the top speed of an F1 car at an average circuit would be around 315km/h ( Full Answer )
Micheal Schumacher has won the most championships (seven) so i think it is him! Alonzo, for a number of reasons. First, Vettle is not in the running until he can show he can drive a car from behind. Alonzo has won more than one championship and always gets the best from his car, and he does it consi…stently. The great one, Schumi you cannot compare anyone else to him, it is unfair. Hamilton could vie for title as the best, but he and Jenson must win another title in order to challenge Alonzo, tho, Jenson seems to coax a lot out of a car simply by his smooth driving style, which is more streamlined and co-incidently, unique. I'd really like to see what Rosberg could do with a good competitive car, he is consistently beating Schumi and that says a great deal. It is a shame about Kubica, because unlike other forms of racing, F1 is so physically demanding it is questionable if he could ever compete again. Still, if there is anyone who is up to the challenge it is Robert. The rest of the field are seasoned drivers, paid up and/or up and coming rookies which is why we watch every race to see who is coming up. ( Full Answer )
Britain in particular extended its vast empire, France too; but the whole thing was really a disaster.
Formula One teams are worth millions of pounds. However, they are sometimes sold for as little as Â£0.01.
It is the name of a high speed car racing sport.. Formula 1 is the name of a series of motor races held in various countries throughout the world. Fangio Schumacher Prost Mansell & Senna are among famous world champions in the history of the sport.
Nowadays is around or below 800 hp given the current restrictions. Back in middle 80Â´s turbo engines were peaking over one thousand hpÂ´s.
Roadies 1-Rannvijay Roadies 2-Ayushman Roadies 3-Parul Roadies 4-Anthony Roadies 5-Ashutosh and Roadies 6-Nauman Winners of MTV Roadies: . Season 1 - Rannvijay Singh . Season 2 - Ayushmann Khuranna . Season 3 - Parul Shahi . Season 4 - Anthony Yeh . Season 5 - Ashutosh Kaushik . S…eason 6 - nauman . Season 7 - anwar ( Full Answer )
A total of 9 people from Britain have won the formula one world championship. . Jackie Stewart . Jim Clark . Graham Hill . Mike Hawthorn . John Surtees . James Hunt . Nigel Mansell . Damon Hill . Lewis Hamilton
The Formula One series has its roots in the European Grand Prix Motor Racing of the 1920s and 1930s. The "formula" is a set of rules which all participants and cars must meet. Formula One was a new formula agreed after World War II in 1946, with the first non-championship races being held that year.… A number of Grand Prix racing organizations had laid out rules for a World Championship before the war, but due to the suspension of racing during the conflict, the World Drivers' Championship was not formalized until 1947. The first world championship race was held at Silverstone, United Kingdom in 1950. ( Full Answer )
If the question is "What is the prize money paid to a Formula 1 winner?", the strict answer is "none".. Drivers sign a contract with their team at the beginning of a season and this lays out the financial terms. It is not just a flat rate salary but includes bonuses for final race position, practic…e results and final championship placing of both the driver and team.. Most drivers at this level have their own companies and the contract with the race team is just one part of their income. In addition to this, they might have contracts with other sponsors, television and media work and appearance deals. Out of this income, a driver is likely to pay for travel, staffing of a small office and management fees.. Teams take part in F1 on the basis of sponsorship from manufacturers or other interested parties. In addition, they share in an end of season "pot" which is negotiated with the management of F1. The share is mainly dependent on championship position but there are variations on this which, at one end of the spectrum, reward the "superteams" and at the other support the smaller ones. ( Full Answer )
which state? or do you mean in college football? either way the game hasn't been played yet.
\n. \n1982\n. \nThe Winners were:\nAlain Prost,\nNiki Lauda,\nDidier Pironi,\nJohn Watson,\nRiccardo Patrese,\nNelson Piquet,\nRene Arnoux,\nPatrick Tambay,\nElio de Angelis,\nKeke Rosberg &\nMichele Alboreto.
no not at present however codemasters has bought the license and it release it iun 2009 but no date available as yet
FC Porto won the Portuguese La Liga in the 2007-08 season. From 30 games played, they won 24 games, drew 3 and lost 3, scoring a total of 69 points. They scored 60 goals and conceded 13.
Sebastian Vettel is the youngest 21 years old He won the Italian grand prix in 2008
The winners were USA, Japan, and the colonies The losers were Germany, Hungary, Bulgaria, Austro-HungarianEmpire, and the Ottoman Empire
The racing "formula" refers to the rules for building the cars, and governs things like engine sizes and the size and shape of the car in a lot of techinical detail. Formula One is so named for being the number one racing Formula in the world. That is to say, the rules are the least restrictive a…nd allow the fastest, most agile cars in the world. You can think of the French term "Formula" as meaning "the set of rules that were formulated". Originally there were Formulae 1, 2, and 3. They were created by the FÃ©dÃ©ration Internationale de l'Automobile. ( Full Answer )
Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing) won the inaugural Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit after Lewis Hamilton, race leader retired with a brake failure on the 19th lap.
Type your answer here... Sebastian Vettel won the first race at the yasmina circuit and Lewis hamilton had the pole hope this helped Kumaran diehar f1 fan
At the moment there is no Formula 1 race in France. The last race there was at the Magny-Cours circuit in 2008. The race in 2009 was cancelled and there have been no further races in France since. The closest is in Monaco which is still a yearly fixture on the calender
Formula 2 is a type open wheel racing. It was replaced by formula3000 in 1985, but returned in 2009.
Formula One began out of previous Grand Prix racing. The Formula in Formula one is the allowed specification for cars to race in this class.
Very good question, i know plenty of car racers and car lovers who wouldn't be able to start an f1 experience car on the first try. This is how it goes: First, a huge 'Prod' like is plonked/plugged in quickly into the back of the car, where the gearbox is usually, with the driver being already in th…e car, he ignite the engine, and start clutching and revving the engine. This is very hard to do, usually with normal drivers the car will just stall. Once a Formula One car's engine is started its need to move becomes very urgent. As they are designed to operate at high speed (where there is a good supply of cooling air flowing over surfaces) modern Formula One cars have very little in the way of cooling - and the heat created by running engines while stationary puts enormous strain on the mechanical parts of the car. ( Full Answer )
A Formula 1 driver who was born in Germany is called a German Formula one driver. There have been/are many famous f1 racing drivers from Germany. Some of them are Michael Schumacher, Sebastian Vettel, Nico Rosberg etc.
Formula One has always been called Formula One. It has never been called with any other name. Some people shorten formula one and called F1 and apart from these 2 terms the event does not have any other name.
Juan Manuel Fangio of Argentina drove a Maserati to the championship in 1957 at the age of 46.
It's given the world technological innovations. Disc Brakes, safer seat belts, better highway barriers, and kenetic energy recovery systems all came from Formula 1. It's also given countries national heroes i.e. Michael Schumacher for Germany, Aryton Senna for Brazil, and Jody Scheckter for South Af…rica. ( Full Answer )
Of course yes. As long as you are not doing any copyright infringements, you can watch F1 in your PC.
Sebastian Vettel became the Drivers' Champion in 2011 with four Grands Prix (rounds/races) to go. Red Bull Racing, Vettel's team became the Constructors' Champions at the following race. Vettel won 11 races, but his team-mate Mark Webber, and other World Champs Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Fe…rnando Alonso also won races. Red Bull racing won 12 of the 19 rounds, McLaren won 6 and Ferrari won 1. ( Full Answer )
At the start of the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix - it was almost half the grid.
Well to get into F1 it takes about 12-15 years you start when your 8 years old and you go into Go-karting Championships then you move up through the racing years and if you are good enough you will end up either in a racing seat or in a test drivers seat.
These are the F1 tracks from the 2010 season: Abu Dhabi: 5.522 KM Australia: 5.272 KM Bahrain: 5.381 KM Belgium: 6.963 KM Brazil: 4.283 KM Great Britain: 5.110 KM Canada: 4.336 KM China: 5.419 KM Europe (Spain): 5.387 KM Germany: 4.547 KM Hungary: 4.355 KM Italy: 5.760 KM Japan: 5.773 KM Malaysia: 5….510 KM Monaco: 3.320 KM Singapore: 5.037 KM South Korea: 5.621 KM Spain (Catalunya): 4.627 KM Turkey: 5.340 KM ( Full Answer )
2013 had a 2.4 liter normally aspirated V8 engine I have read that in 2014 season regulations have changed to a 1.6l turboed V6
DRS (F1) is a Drag Reduction System. It works by opening the rear wing on certain straights to reduce drag on the wing.
No Mainly because the F1 car does not conform to DMV regulations for required equipment and accessories. It has open wheels and can cause accidents. If it had closed in wheels then it could be used on the street. Also it needs to run at a high speed to keep cool and at low street speeds would ove…rheat. Also because it may not have enough vision to see around and out the back so that may be an issue to. If you fixed thee problems then maybe it would be street-legal ( Full Answer )
The lollipop man is the one pit-crew who indicates to the driver: 1. Where his pit box is, 2. When to put his car in first gear, and 3. When to leave his pit box, when the driver comes into the pits during the race. He is named thus because the signboard he holds resembles a lollipop. Some teams… have begun replacing this crew with an electronic traffic-light system. ( Full Answer )
Fernando Alonso (2006) Kimi Riakonen (2007) Lewis Hamilton (2008) Jenson Button (2009-10) Sebastian Vettel (2011) So in every year apart from 2010, the driver crowned Formula one World champion won the Australian GP.
Giuseppe 'Nino' Farina won the inaugural Formula One Grand Prix on May 13th, 1950 at Silverstone (British Grand Prix). He went on to win the World Championship that year.
Damian McGinty and Samuel Larson won 7 episodes each (both were extended) while Lindsay Pearse and Alex Newell won 2 episodes each
Yes. At the beginning of the first season a tabloid TV show (whichone) escapes my memory. But the story ran as an "interview with thewinner 'Richard', of the upcoming show Survivor".
To date of there is only 32 Formula 1 GPs where a spanish driverhas won a race and all of them goes to Fernando Alonso. For whatraces he won see related link. If you meant about the drivers championship then it was 2 back in2005 and 2006 by Fernando Alonso.
As of the 24th of March, Paris Saint-Germain F.C. are currently leading the table with 73 points, 10 points ahead of Monaco. .
There isn't a math formula. It a case of which driver can do 500laps then the race time is displayed and people tries to figure outaverage speed by speed = distance divided by time.
No one the 1944-1945 Ligue 1. It was stopped due to the World War II.
The alliance including Great Britain, France, and the United Statesforced an Armistice with Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey.Russia, who had been part of the alliance, entered a separate peacewith Germany, earlier.