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2007 A1GP

Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by Wido Rossen, May 13, 2007.

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  1. Well Guy`s....

    There is an opening spot in the team as a "Gofor".

    That means that your playing like whe dutch call it "vliegende kiep".
    You also play a role in the pitstops.

    For an application see this link ( only dutch ) http://www.ottoworkforce.eu/
     
  2. Luyendijk teams up with Bleekemolen

    Arie jr Lyuendijk is the new team mate for Jeroen Bleekemolen.
    Arie jr is well know in motorsports.
    His father is a 2 times winner of the indy 500.
    So "JR" has motorsports in his blood.
    Arie`s racing career has formd in the states where he drove open wheelers.
    His Racing career started in 1992 in the go-kart serie`s.
    He also drove the indy light serie`s.
    Arie is well know to the podium and has a great drivers status.

    Who wants to know more about Arie can visit his website.

    http://www.arieluyendyk.com/Arie's Site/Home.html
     
  3. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    Do i smell marketing here? I didnt know Arie Jr had talent. I thought we so proud to be american? And now he is back in a "dutch" team? Weird
     
  4. Well , smell or no smell...i`m gonna go to the rizzla racing day.
    Hope that it`s gonna be nice wether so i can post some pic`s.
     
  5. new team livery Team Holland.

    Team Holland has a new look.
    Ofcourse completly in the dutch colours.
    The livery is due to a contest where people could design the new look.

    [​IMG]
     
  6. Bram

    Bram
    Roaring Pipes Maniacs | #27 Staff Premium Member

    Cool! That looks like the shirt the dutch football team wore when they won Euro88.. Dont like the flag colors on it to be honest but overall: very good
     
  7. Looks great :)
     
  8. A1 gp qualitimes Tsjechië

    Jeroen Bleekemolen bounced back from his spin in Q2 to snatch an excellent pole position for the A1GP feature race at Brno.

    It was a great effort from the Dutchman, who outpaced Adrian Zaugg by over 0.2 seconds to deny the South African his fourth straight pole.

    Robbie Kerr briefly had the Team GB car at the top, but slipped back in the final minutes of the session.

    Neel Jani did his usual good job to get the Swiss car onto the second row, while Team China's Franky Cheng showed great form to take fifth. Sergio Jimenez gave the Brazil team hope of a good result with sixth ahead of pre-session pole favourite, New Zealand's Jonny Reid.

    Nicolas Lapierre could only get the France car into eighth, just ahead of Team Germany's Christian Vietoris.

    After failing to set a time in Q1 having been sent out too late, Canada's James Hinchcliffe recovered well to round out the top 10.
     
  9. Sounds good :) Hope he races just as good as he is qualifying: )
     
  10. A1GP qualifying sessions at Sepang.

    Sprint qualifying:

    Pos Driver Team Time
    1. Neel Jani Switzerland 1:49.003
    2. Loic Duval France 1:49.072 + 0.069
    3. Oliver Jarvis Great Britain 1:50.677 + 1.674
    4. M. Ammermuller Germany 1:49.976 + 0.973
    5. Robert Wickens Canada 1:50.560 + 1.557
    6. Jonny Reid New Zealand 1:50.677 + 1.674
    7. Sergio Jimenez Brazil 1:50.326 + 1.323
    8. Adrian Zaugg South Africa 1:50.362 + 1.359
    9. Cheng Cong Fu China 1:50.601 + 1.598
    10. J. Bleekemolen Netherlands 1:49.874 + 0.871
    11. J. Summerton USA 1:52.872 + 3.869
    12. Ian Dyk Australia 1:51.732 + 2.729
    13. Adam Carroll Ireland 2:06.063 +17.060
    14. N. Karthikeyan India 1:50.700 + 1.697
    15. Joao Urbano Portugal 1:51.452 + 2.449
    16. M. Jourdain Mexico 1:52.834 + 3.831
    17. Erik Janis Czech Republic 1:52.597 + 3.594
    18. Enrico Toccacelo Italy 1:51.239 + 2.236
    19. Alex Yoong Malaysia 1:52.415 + 3.412
    20. Chris Alajajian Lebanon 1:50.871 + 1.868
    21. Satrio Hermanto Indonesia 1:52.614 + 3.611
    22. Adam Khan Pakistan 2:28.584 +39.581

    Feature qualifying:

    Pos Driver Team Time
    1. Neel Jani Switzerland 1:48.425
    2. Oliver Jarvis Great Britain 1:49.324 + 0.899
    3. M. Ammermuller Germany 1:49.293 + 0.868
    4. Loic Duval France 1:48.807 + 0.382
    5. J. Bleekemolen Netherlands 1:49.694 + 1.269
    6. Sergio Jimenez Brazil 1:50.000 + 1.575
    7. Adam Carroll Ireland 1:49.248 + 0.823
    8. Cheng Cong Fu China 1:49.644 + 1.219
    9. Adrian Zaugg South Africa 1:49.637 + 1.212
    10. Jonny Reid New Zealand 1:49.600 + 1.175
    11. N. Karthikeyan India 1:49.797 + 1.372
    12. Robert Wickens Canada 1:49.642 + 1.217
    13. J. Summerton USA 1:49.818 + 1.393
    14. Ian Dyk Australia 1:50.912 + 2.487
    15. Alex Yoong Malaysia 1:50.102 + 1.677
    16. Erik Janis Czech Republic 1:50.020 + 1.595
    17. João Urbano Portugal 1:50.163 + 1.738
    18. Chris Alajajian Lebanon 1:50.178 + 1.753
    19. Enrico Toccacelo Italy 1:50.408 + 1.983
    20. Satrio Hermanto Indonesia 1:51.335 + 2.910
    21. M. Jourdain Mexico 1:50.869 + 2.444
    22. Adam Khan Pakistan 1:51.670 + 3.245
     
  11. Results Malaysia A1 GP

    Team Zwitserland has taken the double in Sepang.
    After the sprintrace Jani also whas the fastest for the feature race.
    After a disapointing finish in race 1 Jeroen Bleekemolen whas eager to perform better in the feature race.
    The dutchmen finisht 4th and whas missing out on the podium.
    The Brasilian team who hat finisht 2th received a penalty for overtaking in the pitlane.
    That resulted in a 2 sec penalty.
    That give the second place to England and Brasil th third place.
    Team Holland whas not close enough to gain also advantage from brasils punismend.
    Germany whas taken out of the results for causing several collisions that where avoidable.
    Michael Ammermuller whas on a one men mission to take out the competition by driving into them causing them to spinout.
     
  12. Life A1 GP soap on tv

    Soon the dutch A1 Gp team are the stars in there own real life soap.
    During the race weekends they will be followed by camera`s.
    When the real life soap is broadcasted is not yet clear.
     
  13. Durban 24-02-2008

    Ow men, Ammenmuller what are doing.
    That whas a bad move on Jeroen Bleekemolen.
    Diqualification is not the way to do it.
    And hoppefuly Jeroen Bleekemolen wont get a penatly for that middlefinger.
     
  14. Ross Balfour

    Ross Balfour
    #99 | Roaring Pipes Maniacs

    yeah taking him out is not the way to pass

    Luckily Jeroen finished in the points despite finishing in the barrier!!
     
  15. (spoiler) Results Shanghai A1 GP

    Sprint race results:

    1 Switzerland Neel Jani 10 15'59.612
    2 Canada Robert Wickens 10 16'04.255 4.643
    3 Portugal Filipe Albuquerque 10 16'04.947 5.335
    4 Malaysia Alex Yoong 10 16'11.781 12.169
    5 India Narain Karthikeyan 10 16'12.680 13.068
    6 Germany Michael Ammermüller 10 16'13.422 13.810
    7 South Africa Adrian Zaugg 10 16'14.611 14.999
    8 Italy Edoardo Piscopo 10 16'15.447 15.835
    9 Great Britain Robbie Kerr 10 16'16.732 17.120
    10 China Cheng Cong Fu 10 16'17.304 17.692
    11 Ireland Adam Carroll 10 16'18.193 18.581
    12 France Franck Montagny 10 16'18.726 19.114
    13 Czech Republic Filip Salaquarda 10 16'20.777 21.165
    14 Brazil Alexandre Negrão 10 16'21.723 22.111
    15 Australia John Martin 10 16'23.975 24.363
    16 Pakistan Adam Khan 10 16'25.910 26.298
    17 Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen 10 16'27.665 28.053
    18 Lebanon Jimmy Auby 10 16'28.641 29.029
    19 Indonesia Satrio Hermanto 10 16'29.808 30.196
    20 Mexico Jorge Goeters 10 16'37.879 38.267
    21 USA Jonathan Summerton 1 2'59.591 9 laps
    22 New Zealand Jonny Reid 0 10 laps

    Feature race results:

    Pos A1 Team Driver Laps Time Gap
    1 USA Jonathan Summerton 38 1:02'25.206
    2 Portugal Filipe Albuquerque 38 1:02'34.935 9.729
    3 Ireland Adam Carroll 38 1:02'40.509 15.303
    4 New Zealand Jonny Reid 38 1:02'44.739 19.533
    5 Switzerland Neel Jani 38 1:02'51.399 26.193
    6 Malaysia Alex Yoong 38 1:02'59.616 34.410
    7 India Narain Karthikeyan 38 1:03'01.173 35.967
    8 France Franck Montagny 38 1:03'03.419 38.213
    9 Great Britain Robbie Kerr 38 1:03'04.486 39.280
    10 Germany Michael Ammermüller 38 1:03'05.096 39.890
    11 Czech Republic Filip Salaquarda 38 1:03'12.774 47.568
    12 Italy Edoardo Piscopo 38 1:03'15.554 50.348
    13 Brazil Alexandre Negrão 38 1:03'16.174 50.968
    14 Australia John Martin 38 1:03'17.830 52.624
    15 China Cheng Cong Fu 38 1:03'18.446 53.240
    16 South Africa Adrian Zaugg 38 1:03'20.835 55.629
    17 Pakistan Adam Khan 38 1:03'30.558 1'05.352
    18 Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen 38 1:03'39.596 1'14.390
    19 Indonesia Satrio Hermanto 38 1:03'45.458 1'20.252
    20 Canada Robert Wickens 38 1:03'46.209 1'21.003
    21 Mexico Jorge Goeters 37 1:02'57.200 1 lap
    22 Lebanon Jimmy Auby 37 1:03'42.359 1 lap
     
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