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F1 2016: US GP – FP2 Times & Laps

Free Practice 2

Times

Drivers

  1. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:37.358
  2. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:37.552 – +0.194
  3. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:37.649 – +0.291
  4. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:38.178 – +0.820
  5. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:38.258 – +0.900
  6. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:38.508 – +1.150
  7. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:38.568 – +1.210
  8. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:38.713 – +1.355
  9. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:38.801 – +1.443
  10. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:38.865  – +1.507
  11. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:38.971 – +1.613
  12. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:39.159 – +1.801
  13. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:39.189 – +1.831
  14. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:39.197 – +1.839
  15. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:39.202 – +1.844
  16. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:39.281 – +1.923
  17. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:39.455 – +2.097
  18. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:39.554 – +2.196
  19. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 1:40.086 – +2.728
  20. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:40.114 – +2.756
  21. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:40.219 – +2.861
  22. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:41.131 – +3.773

Teams

  1. Mercedes – 1:37.358
  2. Red Bull – 1:37.552 – +0.194
  3. Ferrari – 1:38.178 – +0.820
  4. Force India – 1:38.508 – +1.150
  5. McLaren – 1:38.713 – +1.355
  6. Toro Rosso – 1:38.971 – +1.613
  7. Renault – 1:39.159 – +1.801
  8. Sauber – 1:39.189 – +1.831
  9. Williams – 1:39.197 – +1.839
  10. Haas – 1:39.554 – +2.196
  11. Manor – 1:40.086 – +2.728

Laps

Drivers

  1. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 36
  2. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 35
  3. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 34
  4. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 34
  5. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 33
  6. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 33
  7. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 32
  8. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 32
  9. Sergio Perez – Force India – 31
  10. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 31
  11. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 31
  12. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 31
  13. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 30
  14. Felipe Massa – Williams – 30
  15. Jenson Button – McLaren – 29
  16. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 28
  17. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 28
  18. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 27
  19. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 27
  20. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 26
  21. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 24
  22. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 23

Teams

  1. Toro Rosso – 67
  2. Ferrari – 66
  3. Mercedes – 65
  4. Williams – 64
  5. Force India – 63
  6. Red Bull – 60
  7. McLaren – 59
  8. Manor – 58
  9. Renault – 57
  10. Sauber – 56
  11. Haas – 50
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F1 2016: Malaysia GP – FP1 Times & Laps

Free Practice 1

Times

Drivers

  1. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:35.227
  2. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:35.721 – +0.494
  3. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:36.315 – +1.088
  4. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:36.331 – +1.104
  5. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:36.510 – +1.283
  6. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:36.753 – +1.526
  7. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:36.973 – +1.746
  8. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:37.513 – +2.286
  9. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:37.601 – +2.374
  10. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:37.613 -+2.386
  11. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:37.847 – +2.620
  12. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:37.861 – +2.634
  13. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:37.886 – +2.659
  14. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:37.921 – +2.694
  15. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:38.055 – +2.828
  16. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:38.184 – +2.957
  17. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:38.313 – +3.086
  18. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:38.339 – +3.112
  19. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:39.148 – +3.921
  20. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 1:40.036 – +4.809
  21. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:40.627 – +5.400
  22. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – No Time Set

Teams

  1. Mercedes – 1:35.227
  2. Ferrari – 1:36.315 – +1.088
  3. McLaren – 1:36.510 – +1.283
  4. Red Bull – 1:36.753 – +1.526
  5. Force India – 1:37.513 – +2.286
  6. Toro Rosso – 1:37.847 – +2.620
  7. Williams – 1:37.861 – +2.634
  8. Haas – 1:37.886 – +2.659
  9. Sauber – 1:38.184 – +2.957
  10. Renault – 1:39.148 – +3.921
  11. Manor – 1:40.036 – +4.809

Laps

Drivers

  1. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 29
  2. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 28
  3. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 27
  4. Sergio Perez – Force India – 27
  5. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 26
  6. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 26
  7. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 26
  8. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 25
  9. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 25
  10. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 25
  11. Felipe Massa – Williams – 24
  12. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 23
  13. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 22
  14. Jenson Button – McLaren – 20
  15. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 20
  16. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 20
  17. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 18
  18. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 18
  19. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 18
  20. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 17
  21. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 16
  22. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 2

Teams

  1. Toro Rosso – 54
  2. Manor – 54
  3. Red Bull – 53
  4. Force India – 53
  5. Mercedes – 50
  6. Haas – 42
  7. Williams – 41
  8. McLaren – 38
  9. Sauber – 38
  10. Ferrari – 34
  11. Renault – 25

F1 2016: Singapore GP – FP1 Times & Laps

Free Practice 1

Times

Drivers

  1. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:45.823
  2. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:45.872 – +0.049
  3. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:46.287 – +0.464
  4. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:46.426 – +0.603
  5. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:46.513 – +0.690
  6. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:46.890 – +1.067
  7. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:46.936 – +1.113
  8. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:47.683 – +1.860
  9. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:48.044 – +2.221
  10. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:48.109 – +2.286
  11. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:48.202 – +2.379
  12. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:48.214 – +2.391
  13. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:48.359 – +2.536
  14. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:48.453 – +2.630
  15. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:49.595 – +3.772
  16. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:49.615 – +3.792
  17. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:49.794 – +3.971
  18. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:50.263 – +4.440
  19. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:51.112 – +5.289
  20. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:51.479 – +5.656
  21. Esteban Ocon – Renault – 1:52.379 – +6.556
  22. Romain Grosjean – Haas – No Time Set

Teams

  1. Red Bull – 1:45.823
  2. Ferrari – 1:46.287 – +0.464
  3. Mercedes – 1:46.426 – +0.603
  4. Toro Rosso – 1:46.936 – +1.113
  5. Williams – 1:48:044 – +2.221
  6. Haas – 1:48.109 – +2.286
  7. McLaren – 1:48.202 – +2.379
  8. Force India – 1:48.214 – +2.391
  9. Sauber – 1:49.595 – +3.772
  10. Renault – 1:49.794 – +3.971
  11. Manor – 1:51.112 – +5.289

Laps

Drivers

  1. Esteban Ocon – Manor – 33
  2. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 29
  3. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 29
  4. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 28
  5. Sergio Perez – Force India – 28
  6. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 28
  7. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 27
  8. Felipe Massa – Williams – 27
  9. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 27
  10. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 26
  11. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 25
  12. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 24
  13. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 23
  14. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 23
  15. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 22
  16. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 22
  17. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 21
  18. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 20
  19. Jenson Button – McLaren – 20
  20. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 16
  21. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 16
  22. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 2

Teams

  1. Toro Rosso – 57
  2. Manor – 56
  3. Renault – 56
  4. Force India – 56
  5. Red Bull – 53
  6. Williams – 53
  7. Mercedes – 46
  8. Ferrari – 42
  9. McLaren – 41
  10. Sauber – 32
  11. Haas – 25

F1 2016: Hungarian Grand Prix Preview

The Hungarian Grand Prix has been on the Formula One calendar since 1986, with the circuit having been purpose built for the sport.

Lewis Hamilton goes into the weekend having won his home race at Silverstone where he reduced the championship gap to just a point. Nico Rosberg has led from the start of the season but the momentum is currently with Hamilton. The three leading teams at the minute – Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull – have all won at the circuit at the Hungaroring in the past.

Circuit: Hungaroring
Number of Laps: 70
Circuit Length:4.381km
Number of Corners: 14
Lap Record: 1:19.071 Michael Schumacher (2004)
Previous Hungarian Grand Prix winners still on the grid: 6
Most Successful Team: McLaren (11 wins)
DRS Zones: 2    
Pirelli Tyres: Medium, Soft and Supersoft

The circuit has been resurfaced for the 2016 event and Pirelli have brought the Medium, Soft and Supersoft compound tyres. Thermal degradation can be an issue due to the high temperatures normally experienced. The Hungaroring requires an emphasis on mechanical grip with a number of low speed corners. It has a low average speed while brake wear is medium.

It is often compared to Monaco due to being a tight and twisty track, although obviously there is a lot more run off. This means that drivers normally place a lot of emphasis on qualifying as track position can be key.

The championship is finely poised at the top with just a point separating Hamilton and Rosberg. Kimi Raikkonen is third, six points ahead of Daniel Ricciardo with Sebastian Vettel just eight points ahead of Max Verstappen. Last year saw the Mercedes duo suffer a number of misfortunes allowing Vettel to win. He had been leading a Ferrari 1-2 before Raikkonen unfortunately retired. Daniil Kvyat and Ricciardo were second and third respectively. Ricciardo has previously won the race in 2014.

A number of drivers in Formula One history took their first wins in the sport at the Hungaroring including Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso. Following Button’s highs in Austria, the team were disappointed to finish 12th and 13th in tricky conditions at Silverstone. They scored their best results of the season last year in Hungary so will no doubt be trying to repeat their form this year.

Both Williams drivers finished outside the points at the British Grand Prix while both Force India drivers finished in the points. There are 19 points between the two teams and Force India are aiming to close the gap and claim fourth in the constructors championship. Ferrari are just six points ahead of Red Bull while Mercedes are well clear at the top.

F1 2016: Austrian GP – FP3 Times & Laps

Free Practice 3

Times

Drivers

  1. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:07.098
  2. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:07.234 – +0.136
  3. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 1:07.308 – +0.210
  4. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 1:07.639 – +0.541
  5. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:07.761 – +0.663
  6. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:07.814 – +0.716
  7. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:07.831 – +0.733
  8. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:08.285 – +1.187
  9. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:08.304 – +1.206
  10. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:08.327 – +1.229
  11. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:08.442 – +1.344
  12. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:08.475 – +1.377
  13. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:08.534 – +1.436
  14. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:08.550 – +1.452
  15. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:08.569 – +1.471
  16. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:08.786 – +1.688
  17. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 1:08.939 – +1.841
  18. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:09.008 – +1.910
  19. Rio Haryanto – Manor – 1:09.116 – +2.018
  20. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:09.137 – +2.039
  21. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:09.557 – +2.459
  22. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 1:10.959 – +3.861

Teams

  1. Ferrari – 1:07.098
  2. Mercedes – 1:07.308 – +0.210
  3. Red Bull – 1:07.639 – +0.541
  4. Williams – 1:07.814 – +0.716
  5. Force India – 1:08.285 – +1.187
  6. McLaren – 1:08.304 – +1.206
  7. Haas – 1:08.475 – +1.377
  8. Manor – 1:08.534 – +1.436
  9. Renault – 1:08.569 – +1.471
  10. Toro Rosso – 1:08.786 – +1.688
  11. Sauber – 1:09.137 – +2.039

Laps

Drivers

  1. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 32
  2. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 31
  3. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 28
  4. Rio Haryanto – Manor – 28
  5. Felipe Massa – Williams – 27
  6. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 27
  7. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 25
  8. Sergio Perez – Force India – 25
  9. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 25
  10. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 22
  11. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 22
  12. Nico Hulkemberg – Force India – 22
  13. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 22
  14. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 21
  15. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 20
  16. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 19
  17. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 19
  18. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 19
  19. Jenson Button – McLaren – 18
  20. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 17
  21. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 16
  22. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 11

Teams

  1. Renault – 58
  2. Manor – 56
  3. Williams – 49
  4. Force India – 47
  5. Ferrari – 44
  6. Sauber – 44
  7. Toro Rosso – 43
  8. Red Bull – 43
  9. Haas – 42
  10. Mercedes – 35
  11. McLaren – 35

Advantage Rosberg as he wins European Grand Prix in Azerbaijan

Having seen his lead slashed to just nine points in the last two races, Nico Rosberg took back the championship advantage with a win at the European Grand Prix.

It was the first race held at the Baku City Circuit in Azerbaijan and it was Rosberg who took pole position before going on to win the race. He was never really challenged at the front and set the fastest lap on the way to his fifth win of the year.

Anticipation was high at the start of the race – as it is at any new circuit – with many expecting at least a safety car. All 22 drivers made it relatively unscathed through the first corner although there was some contact. There were no safety cars throughout the race and the four retirements came as a result of car failures, rather than driver errors.

Behind Rosberg it was Sebastian Vettel who finished second, finishing ahead of Sergio Perez. The Mexican driver had qualified in second but was demoted to seventh following a gearbox change as a result of an accident in free practice. He fought back and pulled off a late move on Kimi Raikkonen to secure his second podium of the season.

Raikkonen had picked up a five second penalty during the race due to crossing the white line on the entrance to the pit-lane. He had been running in third but without a five second gap to Perez in fourth, he would have dropped behind the Force India anyway. Lewis Hamilton finished in fifth having spent a lot of the race on the radio to his engineer complaining about a problem. Due to the radio bans – which restrict engineers from specifically telling their driver what to do – Hamilton was unable to fix the issue, and it eventually resolved itself. It was a day of damage limitation as he had started tenth following a qualifying crash.

Behind Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas was the leading Williams home ahead of Daniel Ricciardo, Max Verstappen and Nico Hulkenberg. Felipe Massa picked up the final point by finishing in tenth.

Jenson Button was just outside the points in eleventh with team-mate – and European Grand Prix ambassador – Fernando Alonso retiring with nine laps remaining. Felipe Nasr finished in twelfth ahead of Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen, who had started from the pit-lane. Jolyon Palmer, Esteban Gutierrez, Marcus Ericsson and Rio Haryanto were the remaining race finishers.

Joining Alonso on the sidelines was Pascal Wehrlein who retired his Manor with brake issues. Both Toro Rossos endured suspension issues and were forced to retire – Daniil Kvyat in the first ten laps and Carlos Sainz after 30.

The result means Rosberg now has a 24 point lead over Hamilton as they head to Austria where Rosberg has won the last two races.

F1 2016: European GP – Qualifying Times & Laps

Qualifying

Times

  1. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes  – 1:42.758
  2. Sergio Perez – Force India – 1:43.515
  3. Daniel Ricciardo  – Red Bull – 1:43.966
  4. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 1:43.966
  5. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 1:44.269
  6. Felipe Massa – Williams – 1:44.483
  7. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 1:44.717
  8. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 1:45.246
  9. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 1:45.570
  10. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 2:01.954
  11. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 1:44.755
  12. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 1:44.824
  13. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 1:45.000
  14. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 1:45.270
  15. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 1:45.349
  16. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 1:46.048
  17. Rio Haryanto – Manor – 1:45.665
  18. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 1:45.750
  19. Jenson Button – McLaren – 1:45.804
  20. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 1:46.231
  21. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 1:46.348
  22. Joylon Palmer – Renault – 1:46.394

Laps

  1. Daniil Kvyat – Toro Rosso – 25
  2. Sergio Perez – Force India – 20
  3. Daniel Ricciardo – Red Bull – 20
  4. Max Verstappen – Red Bull – 20
  5. Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari – 19
  6. Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari – 19
  7. Valtteri Bottas – Williams – 18
  8. Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes – 17
  9. Carlos Sainz – Toro Rosso – 17
  10. Nico Rosberg – Mercedes – 16
  11. Esteban Gutierrez – Haas – 16
  12. Felipe Massa – Williams – 15
  13. Romain Grosjean – Haas – 15
  14. Fernando Alonso – McLaren – 15
  15. Nico Hulkenberg – Force India – 14
  16. Felipe Nasr – Sauber – 13
  17. Marcus Ericsson – Sauber – 10
  18. Pascal Wehrlein – Manor – 9
  19. Kevin Magnussen – Renault – 9
  20. Jolyon Palmer – Renault – 9
  21. Rio Haryanto – Manor – 8
  22. Jenson Button – McLaren – 7