Formula 1 2011

#1 by jakesanson , Thu Oct 21, 2010 11:07 pm

With all 12 teams being claimed for 2011, there now lies the issue of the 13th team.

A 13th team run by the WRL to give guest drivers a chance to compete from each country that the race is being held at. The livery of the car will be the nation's flag of the race meeting.

A full race calendar of 20 races will be released shortly, but here is the official entry list for F1 2011:

McLaren
Ferrari
Red Bull
Renault
Mercedes
Force India
Toro Rosso
Sauber
Virgin
Lotus
Williams
HRT

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#2 by jakesanson , Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:39 pm

The WRL has announced in detail how the 13th team scheme will work:

"Each race meeting's sponsors will adorn a pair of Formula 1 cars with local drivers being called up to represent their countries in their home race. The calendar will shortly be announced."

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#3 by Bird , Tue Dec 21, 2010 8:08 pm

Jake, how will be the engine power for Formula One?

Anyway, I'll send you the car and helmet files right now.

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#4 by DiamondStar , Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:28 pm

Diamond Star is interested in submitting a 13th team for F1 in 2011:

Porsche F1 Racing.

We would like to hear your thoughts on this project.

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#5 by jakesanson , Mon Jan 10, 2011 8:58 am

This is an interesting idea. I must confess I did read the article linking Porsche back to F1 in 2012.

I guess I personally have no problems with your entry, what does everyone else think?

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#6 by Klon , Mon Jan 10, 2011 2:44 pm

I am cool with that, since in my opinion real life F1 should have had a thirteenth team anyhow. Stupid FIA

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#7 by jakesanson , Mon Jan 10, 2011 10:08 pm

Zitat von Klon
I am cool with that, since in my opinion real life F1 should have had a thirteenth team anyhow. Stupid FIA



I totally agree!! Who cares if there are seventeen or eighteen teams in F1, and nine of them are off the pace??! That's why I can't get enough of GP2. It has more race entrants than any other video game of it's kind. It's so much cooler to start 26th and finish 1st, than to start from 6th or 8th or 10th (Gran Turismo, Forza Motorsport, Project Gotham, what's so great about you lot, eh??!!)

As far as I am concerned, Porsche F1 is approved as is anyone else who wishes to enter. If we get more than 14 entrants we'll have a pre-qualifying session. Hey, why don't we do it with GPWC??! Now there's a cool idea....

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#8 by jakesanson , Mon Jan 17, 2011 1:19 pm

FORMULA 1 RACE CALENDAR 2011

20 Feb: AUSTRALIA, Melbourne
6 Mar: BAHRAIN, Sakhir
13 Mar: TURKEY, Istanbul
27 Mar: UAE, Abu Dhabi
10 Apr: SPAIN, Barcelona
24 Apr: FRANCE, Le Mans Bugatti
8 May: GERMANY, Hockenheim
22 May: MONACO, Monte Carlo
12 Jun: CANADA, Montreal
19 Jun: USA, Indianapolis
3 Jul: GREAT BRITAIN, Silverstone
24 Jul: EUROPE, Valencia
7 Aug: HUNGARY, Hungaroring
21 Aug: BELGIUM, Spa
28 Aug: ITALY, Monza
18 Sep: SINGAPORE, Marina Bay
2 Oct: JAPAN, Suzuka
16 Oct: CHINA, Shanghai
23 Oct: MALAYSIA, Sepang
13 Nov: BRAZIL, Interlagos

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#9 by jakesanson , Mon Jan 17, 2011 4:36 pm

FORMULA 1: SME ENTRIES 2011

McLAREN: Jake Sanson (GBR) / Leszek Leuenberger (HUN)
VIRGIN: Grischa Zickler (GER) / Bethany Gibbs (GBR)

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RE: Formula 1 2011

#10 by Klon , Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:59 pm

With the takeover of FOM by the Formula Junior management council (which is to be renamed WRL Formula Sport Management) and the shocking protests in the Arabian region the F1 calender for 2011 has been changed and looks as follows:

20-Mar: Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit)
10-Apr: Malaysia Grand Prix (Sepang International Circuit)
24-Apr: Turkish Grand Prix (Istanbul Park)
15-May: Monaco Grand Prix (Circuit de Monaco)
22-May: Spanish Grand Prix (Circuit de Catalunya)
19-Jun: European Grand Prix (Valencia Street Circuit)
26-Jun: British Grand Prix (Donington Park)
17-Jul: German Grand Prix (Nürburging)
31-Jul: Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring)
28-Aug: Belgian Grand Prix (Zolder Circuit)
04-Sep: Italian Grand Prix (Autodromo Nazionale Monza)
18-Sep: Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay Street Circuit)
09-Oct: Korean Grand Prix (Korean International Circuit)*
16-Oct: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka Circuit)
04-Nov: United States Grand Prix (Long Beach Street Circuit)
20-Nov: Brazilian Grand Prix (Autódromo José Carlos Pace)

*This event depends on the track being homologated within time. In the case of the track not being done in time, we will have the Pacific Grand Prix at the Fuji Speedway.

This brings the number of races down to the classic 16 races sceduele and gives all teams enough time to prepare themselves.


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THE RULES FOR F1 2011

#11 by Klon , Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:26 pm

THE RULES FOR F1 2011

Money:

Each team will be given £25 million to spend on drivers and developments to your car.
Prize money will be given each race depending on finishing positions and these can be used to spend on either improving reliability or giving your engine more power. You will have only a given number of events during the season in which to improve your car. It is up to you how much of your budget you use throughout the season, but you must state what you're using and how much you use.


Engines:
Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault (£10.0m) +50 BHP
BMW, Porsche, Honda (£9.0m) +40 BHP
Toyota, Peugeot, Ford (£8.0m) +30 BHP
Yamaha, Lamborghini, Judd (£7.0m) +20 BHP

Any other engine manufacturer is permitted, and will cost £6.0m and have +10 bhp. The actual BHP are not fixed in order to archieve realistic laptimes


Tyres:
Pirelli is the sole supplier of tyres and will increase reliability by 500 pts (£4.5m)


Race by race:
Reducing your reliability points by 1 will cost £2000, so reducing it by 250 pts will cost £500k and by 1000 pts will cost you £2m.
Increasing your engine power by 1 bhp will cost £200,000 so increasing by 10 bhp will cost £2m.


Prize money per car each race:
1st = £500k
2nd = £375k
3rd = £250k
4th = £175k
5th = £150k
6th = £125k
7th = £100k
8th = £75k
9th = £50k
10th = £25k
Any other finishers = £10k

Pole position = £50k
Fastest lap = £50k
Starting money = £50k


Championship Points:
1st: 15
2nd: 12
3rd: 10
4th: 8
5th: 6
6th: 5
7th: 4
8th: 3
9th: 2
10th: 1

Pole Position: 1 pt
Fastest Lap: 1 pt

If there are less than 10 finishers, points will NOT be awarded to those who didn't finish.


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TXM - F1 teams

#12 by Klon , Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:33 pm

TEAM NAME: AT&T WilliamsF1 Team
Driver 1: Eddie Williams (£10.0m)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Compaq (£3.0m)
Driver 2: Giambattista Regazzi (£6.0m)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Deutsche Post (£1.0m)
Engine: Toyota (£8.0m)
Tyres: Pirelli (£4.5m)

TEAM NAME: Hispania Racing Team
Driver 1: Roberto Tomba (£4.0m)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Martini (£500,000)
Driver 2: Rena Hayami (£2.0m)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: MasterCard (£250,000)
Engine: Renault (£10.0m)
Tyres: Pirelli (£4.5m)


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Re: Formula 1 2011

#13 by Bird , Wed Feb 23, 2011 6:07 pm

TEAM NAME: Renault F1
Driver 1: Felix Verges (£500k)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Microsoft X Box (£50k)
Driver 2: Gerd Wolter (£4m)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Deutsche Post (£500m)
Engine: Renault (£10.0m)
Tyres: Pirelli (£4.5m)

Please notice, that the Renault engines are not works engines.

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RE: Re: Formula 1 2011

#14 by Hawke , Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:06 pm

Team: Sauber F1
D1: Tom Spain (7.000.000)
Sponsor: McDonalds (1.000.000)
D2: Siim Pavlenko (1.000.000)
Sponsor: -
Engine: Mercedes (10.000.000)
Tyres: Pirelli (4.500.000)

Team: Mercedes F1
D1: Tero Laiti (8.000.000)
Sponsor: Vodafoon (2.000.000)
D2: James Whitlock Jr (1.000.000)
Sponsor: -
Engine: Mercedes (10.000.000)
Tyres: Pirelli (4.500.000)

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RE: Re: Formula 1 2011

#15 by Klon , Sat Mar 12, 2011 5:01 pm

For those of you who have not done it yet, please enter your Formula 1 bitmaps and teams up to the 17th of March or you may not take part in the first race of the year.


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Qualifying - Australian Grand Prix

#16 by Klon , Sat Mar 26, 2011 6:01 pm

"Outrageous", "Scandalous", "Farcial" ... such headlines made Formula 1 fansites in the hours after qualifying. Due to the events in Bahrain which happened around the time of the last test, only four teams manage to make the long travel to Melbourne. Sauber, Williams, Mercedes GP and Hispania. Only eight cars do not make for a thrilling sport, but two men fought hard to make qualifying extremely interesting. Eddie Williams and Tero Laiti had a long fight during the session. Mercedes driver Laiti had bad luck and finished second, only one thousand of a second off the pole time. Due to only having eight cars on the grid, we almost had a very ironic situation with one car of the same team on pole and one in last place. Whitlock did have an awful qualifying session and will start last, more than three seconds slower than his team mate. Eddie Williams was very happy with the 26th pole position of his career, almost fifteen and a half years after his first career pole position.

Grid:

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Eddie Williams, Williams-Toyota - 1:27.580
Tero Laiti, Mercedes GP - 1:27.581
Tom Spain, Sauber-Mercedes - 1:27.812
Rena Hayami, HRT-Renault - 1:28.816
Roberto Tomba, HRT-Renault - 1:29.916
Giambattista Regazzi, Williams-Toyota - 1:29.373
Siim Pavlenko, Sauber-Mercedes - 1:30.637
James Whitlock, Mercedes GP - 1:30.880
 


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Race - Australian Grand Prix

#17 by Klon , Sat Mar 26, 2011 6:13 pm

After the rage of qualifying had died down, it was now about making the best of the situation and create an exicting Grand Prix. Tero Laiti and Eddie Williams proved that they were up to the task, fighting the hardest battle Formula 1 has seen for some years. Multipe changes in the lead and hot three-stop strategies are what motorsport is all about. After the third round of stops, the race was finally decided: Laiti pitted first and came out in traffic, which slowed him down and Williams was able to maintain a five second lead over Laiti. Williams can raise his fist in celebration of his first win since the 2004 French Grand Prix. Laiti looks good for the whole season though, that Mercedes might be a very good car indeed. HRT score fifth place, behind Sauber's Tom Spain and Regazzi's Williams. Unfortunately for them, though, Hayami became the sole retirement after she crashed against Spain in the first corner. The WRL has ruled this event a racing accident and after the press conference Spain and Hayami talked the events through and everything seems to be cleared now.

Grid:

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Eddie Williams, Williams-Toyota - 1:29:45.392
Tero Laiti, Mercedes GP - +5.389
Tom Spain, Sauber-Mercedes - +27.117
Giambattista Regazzi, Williams-Toyota - 1 Lap
Roberto Tomba, HRT-Renault - 1 Lap
Siim Pavlenko, Sauber-Mercedes - 1 Lap
James Whitlock, Mercedes GP - 2 Laps
Rena Hayami, HRT-Renault - Accident
 
FL: Eddie Williams - 1:29.758
 


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RE: Race - Australian Grand Prix

#18 by Bird , Sun Mar 27, 2011 10:12 am

Zitat
TEAM NAME: Renault F1
Driver 1: Felix Verges (£500k)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Microsoft X Box (£50k)
Driver 2: Gerd Wolter (£4m)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Deutsche Post (£500m)
Engine: Renault (£10.0m)
Tyres: Pirelli (£4.5m)

Please notice, that the Renault engines are not works engines.

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News

#19 by Klon , Fri Apr 01, 2011 10:48 am

Dutch Racing Team Woldenberg teams disqualified from Formula 1 and 2

The four teams of DRTW in F1 and F2, Sauber, Spyker, Mercedes and Benetton have all been banned from their respective series. It has been revealed that they caused the disturbances in Bahrain which forced most Formula 1 teams to miss the first race of the season. WRL Formula Sport Management and the World Racing Leauge "(...) had no other option but to exclude Mr. Woldenberg's efforts from F1 and F2 for putting the sport into disrepute."

What happens to Jos Peeters, Tero Laiti, Siim Pavlenko, James Whitlock, Paul-Jacques Dion, Chao Gu, Thierry Gromik and Tom Spain, the eight drivers hired by DRTW, remains to be seen, although Jake Sanson's team has announced his interest in hiring Gu and second place finisher in the F1 Australian Grand Prix Laiti for his GPWC teams.

April Fools'!


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RE: News

#20 by Hawke , Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:35 pm

a good one.....

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Qualifying - Malaysia Grand Prix

#21 by Klon , Fri Apr 15, 2011 10:08 am

Formula 1 still continues to have trouble, only Renault manages to get to the teams that started in Melbourne, leaving the grid for this race with merely ten race fit cars. [OT: seriously, guys, this is Formula 1 - it's not that hard to name two drivers and steal a car bitmap from an F1 carset. This is just stupid.] Melbourne's strenght levels were proven true, it is again Laiti's Mercedes and Williams' ... well, Williams ... who duke it out for pole position. Eddie Williams has again luck and takes the 27th pole position of his career, beating this Benz-powered rival by three tenths of a second. Newcomers Renault look good with fourth and eight. Other than that, there's no significant change on the grid, Regazzi and Tomba a bit better, Hayami a bit worse.

Grid:

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Eddie Williams, Williams-Toyota - 1:35.314
Tero Laiti, Mercedes GP - 1:35.543
Tom Spain, Sauber-Mercedes - 1:36.157
Gerd Wolter, Renault - 1:36.426
Roberto Tomba, HRT-Renault - 1:37.159
Giambattista Regazzi, Williams-Toyota - 1:37.391
Rena Hayami, HRT-Renault - 1:37.518
Felix Verges, Renault - 1:37.785
Siim Pavlenko, Sauber-Mercedes - 1:38.983
James Whitlock, Mercedes GP - 1:39.026
 


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RE: Qualifying - Malaysia Grand Prix

#22 by Hawke , Fri Apr 15, 2011 11:34 am

Maybe we can fill it up by our selves.... Jake has McLaren and Virgin and has named 4 drivers to race there.
Just pick the old bitmap from last season for both teams. Jake has and agreedment with Subara, Maserati, Honda, Peugeot and MG..... so lets say both teams will be on the weakest engine.

And we both pick 1 or 2 extra teams in F1, so we can proceed with atleast 20 or 24 teams.

(Maybe RacerBG can step in with 1 or 2 teams)

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RE: Qualifying - Malaysia Grand Prix

#23 by Klon , Fri Apr 15, 2011 5:52 pm

That might be a good solution. With Jake's "entries" we're at fourteen cars. Maybe if I do that "F2 winner goes to F1" thing, then we're already at sixteen. If RacerBG and another player take a F1 team, we're at 20 cars which would be fine. Thanks for that idea.


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Race - Malaysia Grand Prix

#24 by Klon , Wed Apr 20, 2011 2:13 am

Result:

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Tero Laiti, Mercedes GP - 1:37:22.408
Eddie Williams, Williams-Toyota - +29.246
Tom Spain, Sauber-Mercedes - +46.821
Roberto Tomba, HRT-Renault - +1:36.908
Giambattista Regazzi, Williams-Toyota - 1 Lap
Rena Hayami, HRT-Renault - 1 Lap
Gerd Wolter, Renault - 1 Lap
Felix Verges, Renault - 1 Lap
James Whitlock, Mercedes GP - 2 Laps
Siim Pavlenko, Sauber-Mercedes -6 Laps
 
FL: Tero Laiti, Mercedes GP - 1:40.851
 


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Weird championship standings after 2 races

#25 by Bird , Wed Apr 20, 2011 10:16 am

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Eddie Williams - 30
Tero Laiti - 28
Tom Spain - 20
Roberto Tomba - 14
Giambattista Regazzi - 14
Siim Pavlenko - 6
James Whitlock - 6
Rena Hayami - 5
Gerd Wolter - 4
Felix Verges - 3
 



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Williams - 44
Mercedes - 34
Sauber - 26
HRT - 19
Renault - 7
 

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