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Formula 1: Belgian GP Preview
by Brian Carroccio All you have to do is merely mention the Kemmel Straight; Blanchimont, Stavelot, or Eau Rouge. Instantly, the spine of most any motorsport aficionado will tingle with delight. Yes, after a month-long summer break, the F1 circus will descend upon the glorious Spa-Francorchamps this weekend with the 2014 Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix. This weekend’s race will be the 70th edition of the Belgian Grand Prix, and 57th at the majestic Spa circuit.
by Mark J. Cipolloni Daniel Ricciardo is proving every race that he has all the makings of a great world champion someday. In tricky wet-dry-damp conditions at the Hungaroring in Hungary Ricciardo beat all comers in the inferior Red Bull Renault to get his 2nd win in his debut F1 season with the Red Bull team beating Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Mercedes' teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
by Mark J. Cipolloni With his teammate sidelined by a fire, Rosberg took pole for the Hungarian GP by whopping 0.486s with a lap of 1m22.715s in his superior Mercedes. Sebastian Vettel again beat his Red Bull teammate comfortably and will start on the outside of row 1, but nearly 1/2-second slower than the Mercedes. On Sunday it will be no contest as Rosberg motors off into the distance.
by Brian Carroccio Round 11 of the 2014 Formula One World Championship will take place this weekend at the 2.722-mile 14-turn Hungaroring Grand Prix Circuit in Budapest, Hungary. While the configuration of the circuit has gone through some changes over the years, the Hungaroring has hosted a round of the F1 Championship every year since 1986. Also, from a historical perspective the Hungarian Grand Prix was Formula 1’s first foray behind the Iron Curtain.
by Mark J. Cipolloni Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg won the German GP F1 race Sunday in an easy waltz as Mercedes powered cars finished 1-2-3. Lewis Hamilton came back from a 20th starting spot and bullied his way to the front in the 2nd Mercedes, breaking wings and bodywork of everyone he came in contact with - his signature driving style, to finish third. Valtteri Bottas was second for Williams holding off Hamilton to the flag.
Mercedes powered cars to start1-2-3-4 Nico Rosberg has won the pole for the German GP at Hockenheim in his Mercedes ahead of three other Mercedes powered cars giving the superior Mercedes power plants a 1-2-3-4 start on Sunday. Starting second will be Bottas followed by Massa and Magnussen. Rosberg's teammate Lewis Hamilton crashed out in Q1 trying too hard. He claimed it was brake failure.
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