2009 Formula One German Grand Prix

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Round 9 to be driven on the 12th of July.





Track facts:
Number of Laps: 60
Circuit Length: 5.148 km
Race Distance: 308.863 km

Records:
Lap Record: 1:29.468 - M.( The Stig ) Schumacher (2004)
 

Omer Said

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I hope at last we will watch a race with a battle for victory till the last laps :nod:

Also i hope no BMW will damage front wings in first curve as they did %80 of the races before. :(
 
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I have a strange hunch that Ferrari will come alive this time round, but the Brawns and Red Bulls will still be scorching
 

Omer Said

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Really Mclaren surprised me!

And congrats to Webber, as you said he really deserved it :thumb:
 

Hannu Karesola

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Fuel corrected Lewis 900 tenths faster then Kovi.
McLaren has done outstanding job with new aero package which Hamilton has in his car in this race. Shame they didn't have time to make another one ready for Heikki's car for this weekend. This in mind Heikki did 10/10 quali but it's really hard to keep this position in race with the same rubbish car which they had at Silverstone if weather stays stabile.

Another 10/10 qualifier was Sutil. Very very great job! It's also great to see Webber on pole with heavy car, very well done.
 

Omer Said

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Wow..Tomorrow will be interesting... and if rain comes, more Interestinngg!!!! :woop:
 
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Actual Fuel corrected Times.

1. Webber 1-32.230
2. Vettel 1-32.480
3. Hamilton 1-32.869
4. Barrichello 1-32.903
5. Button 1-33.136
6. Sutil 1-33.734
7. Kovalainen 1-33.742
8. Massa 1-34.087
9. Raikkonen 1-34.203
10.Piquet 1-34.218

Kovi had the new front wing in qualifying btw, just not the floor and other stuff.
 

Hannu Karesola

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That new floor in McLaren seems to be working very well. The car seems much more stabile under braking and accelerating. Hopefully it'll mix the Brawn and Red bull show :p .
 
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Wet race is predicted :)

Sunday weather update - wet race day forecast

Welcome to race day for the ninth round of the 2009 FIA Formula One World Championship, the European Grand Prix at the Nurburgring.

Rain greeted the paddock's arrival at the Nurburgring on Sunday morning and similar conditions are expected to prevail throughout the day, with an ambient temperature high of 14 degrees Celsius.

The race will run over 60 laps of the 5.148 kilometres (3.199 mile) circuit, or 308.863 kilometres (191.938 miles). It starts at 1400 hours local time, which is two hours ahead of GMT.
http://www.formula1.com/news/headlines/2009/7/9579.html
 
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