Formula 2 2011

#1 by Hawke , Fri Nov 05, 2010 5:04 pm

The Formula 2 World Series will race together with F1. The new Calander will be released later.....

Entry list of 13 teams in 2011:

Brawn and Honda (SME)
Spyker and Benetton (DRTW)
Jordan and BAR (AJ Charles)
Jaguar and Minardi (McQueen)
Arrows (Bird)
Super Aguri (TXM)

Team Free for ownership:

- Toyota
- Midland
- Prost

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#2 by Hawke , Sat Dec 04, 2010 6:07 pm

THE RULES FOR THE F2 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2011

Each team will be given £15 million to spend on drivers, engines and tyres, as well as 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 just eight chances 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.

Drivers:

If you select your own personal drivers, you MUST provide a short history for them so as to assess how good they are. They will cost you £250k and will bring you NO additional sponsorship money.

These drivers are experienced in the WRL, and have sponsorship money to bring to the team as well. Drivers in red are already employed.

Your cars start with the engine power allocated by your particular engine manufacturer, and with 12000 reliability points which of course you'll want to reduce!!! Everything has increased a little sense last year, both in cost and value!

Engines:

Mercedes, BMW (£7m) +50 bhp
Ferrari, Honda, Renault (£6.5m) +40 bhp
Toyota, Ford (£6m) +30 bhp
Peugeot, Mugen Honda, Alfa Romeo, Porsche (£5.5m) +20 bhp
Cosworth, Ilmor, Yamaha, Lamborghini, Asiatech (£5m) +10 bhp
Volkswagen, Judd, Hart, Opel, Subaru, Megatron (£4.5m) +0 bhp

Any other engine manufacturer is permitted, and will cost £4m and have -10 bhp. The exact BHP values are not determined to achieve realistic lap times.

Tyres:

Bridgestone, Goodyear (£4.5m) will increase reliability by 500 pts
Michelin, Pirelli (£4m) will increase reliability by 400 pts
Dunlop, Firestone (£3.5m) will increase reliability by 300 pts
Yokohama, Avon (£3m) will increase reliability by 200 pts

Any other tyre company is permitted, and will cost £2.5m and increase reliability by 100 pts.

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 each race:

1st = £1m
2nd = £750,000
3rd = £500,000
4th = £350,000
5th = £300,000
6th = £250,000
7th = £200,000
8th = £150,000
9th = £100,000
10th = £75,000
Any other finishers = £50,000

Pole position = £100,000
Fastest lap = £100,000
Starting money = £50,000

This applies per CAR, not per team.

The reason for the change in prize money is due to the change in points for next season:

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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RE: Formula 2 2011

#3 by Klon , Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:34 pm

TEAM NAME: Super Aguri F2 Team
Driver 1: Hajime Yamazaki (£3,000,000)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Panasonic (£250,000)
Driver 2: Wolfgang Pollen (£1,000,000)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Samsung (£250,000)
Engine: Toyota (£6,000,000)
Tyres: Duratread (£2,500,000)

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#4 by Bird , Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:56 pm

TEAM NAME: Arrows F2
Driver 1: Franz Koenig (£250.000)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Allianz (£25.000)
Driver 2: Elio Simoni (£1.000.000)
Sponsor Money on WRL Market: Selenia (£100.000)
Engine: Cosworth (£5.000.000)
Tyres: Bridgestone (£4.500.000)

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#5 by Hawke , Tue Dec 07, 2010 3:27 pm

TEAM NAME: Spyker F2
Driver 1: Paul-Jacques Dion (FRA) (1.000.000)
Sponsor D1: Vodafoon (100.000)
Driver 2: Chao Gu (CHI) (1.000.000)
Sponsor D2: McDonalds (100.000)
Engine: Mercedes (7.000.000)
Tyres: Bridgestone (4.500.000)

TEAM NAME: Benetton F2
Driver 1: Thierry Gromik (BEL) (1.000.000)
Sponsor D1: TNT (100.000)
Driver 2: Jos Peeters (BEL) (250.000)
Sponsor D2: JVC (25.000)
Engine: Mercedes (7.000.000)
Tyres: Bridgestone (4.500.000)

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#6 by DiamondStar , Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:22 pm

Diamond Star Racing would like to submit entries to run Midland and Prost in F2.

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#7 by Hawke , Sun Jan 09, 2011 11:16 am

Oke these are yours.... only Toyota is now free for ownership.

F2 will start in March, whene the Formula 1 will also start.

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#8 by jakesanson , Mon Jan 17, 2011 4:33 pm

FORMULA 2: SME ENTRIES 2011

BRAWN: Jamie Day (GBR) / Teemu Mottonen (FIN)
HONDA: Giovanni Grilliperi (ITA) / Norio Narahasi (JPN)

F2 is due to start in Melbourne, in February.

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#9 by Hawke , Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:58 pm

FORMULA 2 RACE CALENDAR 2011

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


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RE: Formula 2 2011

#10 by jakesanson , Thu Jan 20, 2011 10:10 am

F2 Teams are launched today from Brawn and Honda.

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#11 by McQueen , Sat Jan 22, 2011 6:20 am

JAGUAR RACING COSWORTH
Ba Mitchell (FIJ) / Skip Garrett (USA)

MINARDI COSWORTH
Lukas Kotrly (HUN) / Vincent Hattenberger

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RE: Formula 2 2011

#12 by Klon , Sat Mar 12, 2011 5:30 pm

For F2, the same thing as for F1 counts:

Zitat
For those of you who have not done it yet, please enter your Formula 2 bitmaps and teams up to the 17th of March or you may not take part in the first race of the year.



And thanks to you, Hawke; that carset helped matters much.


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Qualifying - Australian Grand Prix

#13 by Klon , Sun Mar 20, 2011 7:21 pm

After a long period of waiting, Formula 2 is finally back in action. New cars and (mostly) new drivers promise much action. 1-hour qualifying offers everyone a fair chance and two men made the most of this chance. Tim Tagusen was the man of the first half hour, almost half a second faster than any other time set during this period. Pole Position, however, was not to be for the Danish racing star. Jos Peeters really challenged his Mercedes-Benz engine to give him full power and made P1, beating his opponent by over one tenth of a second. Expierence in Formula 2 pays off handsomely with six of the top ten drivers having driven in last year's Formula 2 season. 24 cars, the only team missing is BAR, will enter tomorrows race in search for the desired first postion.

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Jos Peeters, Benetton - 1:34.590
Tim Tagusen, Midland - 1:34.709
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - 1:35.033
Chao Gu, Spyker - 1:35.262
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - 1:35.384
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - 1:35.580
Rio Riolon, Prost - 1:35.618
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - 1:35.619
Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - 1:35.656
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - 1:35.660
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - 1:35.909
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - 1:35.977
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - 1:36.013
Norio Narahasi, Honda - 1:36.024
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - 1:36.136
Franz Koenig, Arrows - 1:36.178
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - 1:36.260
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - 1:36.384
Jamie Day, Brawn - 1:36.930
Elio Simoni, Arrows - 1:37.293
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - 1:37.812
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - 1:38.287
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - 1:40.083
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - 1:43.266
 


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Race - Australian Grand Prix

#14 by Klon , Thu Mar 24, 2011 8:59 pm

After an exciting qualifying people were hoping for a thrilling battle for the win in the first race of the Formula 2 season. Unfortunately, a certain Chinese driver prooved to be a spanner in the works. After Chao Gu took second place at the start, he defended it aggressively against an attacking Skip Garrett. This gave Peeters the opportunity to get as far away from his rivals as he possibly could. Garrett managed to pass Gu after some time but couldn't hope to make up the ground he lost to Jos. A damaged suspension destroyed the little chance left for a hot battle for the win. Tim Tagusen was not even involved in fighting for the podium since he made a mistake on the second lap and had to take an extremely costy pitstop. A horrible race for Super Aguri with both cars out within the first five laps was only the begging of a surprisingly chaotic race, with only eleven cars crossing the finish line and almost as many cars stopping with transmission failures. Benetton couldn't have asked for more with a 1-2 finish and Peeters spiting Tagusen by stealing the point for the fastest lap away from him on lap 30, the final lap.

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Jos Peeters, Benetton - 49:47.627
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - +38.542
Chao Gu, Spyker - +45.616
Tim Tagusen, Midland - +53.409
Rio Riolon, Prost - +1:02.435
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - +1:04.110
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - +1:06.151
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - +1:17.868
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - +1:20.528
Norio Narahasi, Honda - +1:23.547
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - 1 Lap
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - 2 Laps
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - Transmission
Elio Simoni, Arrows - Engine
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - Transmission
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - Engine
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - Suspension
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - Transmission
Jamie Day, Brawn - Transmission
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - Transmission
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - Transmission
Franz Koenig, Arrows - Transmission
Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - Throttle
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - Accident
 
FL: Jos Peeters, Benetton - 1:36.733
 


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Championship standings after 1 race

#15 by Bird , Fri Mar 25, 2011 3:45 pm

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Jos Peeters - 17
Thierry Gromik - 12
Chao Gu - 10
Tim Tagusen - 8
Rio Riolon - 6
Lugo Abratte - 5
Oliver Kelly - 4
Ba Mitchell - 3
Giovanni Grilliperi - 2
Norio Narahasi - 1
 



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Benetton - 29
Spyker - 10
Jordan - 9
Midland - 8
Prost - 6
Jaguar - 3
Honda - 3
 

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Qualifying - Malaysia Grand Prix

#16 by Klon , Thu Apr 14, 2011 7:50 pm

Formula 2 goes to the beautiful yet hot country of Malaysia for the second qualifying of this season. The image offered to us in Australia has remained consistent, Peeters and Tagusen are battling for wins with a decisive Skip Garrett in the background. A different driver, however, was ready to start in fourth. Franz Koenig has recovered from a mediocre Australian race and will start fourth. Super Aguri do gain a bit performance with Yamazaki in fifth and Pollen in tenth. Another obviously better run was that of Norio Narahasi in his Honda. Obviously such improvements require losses from other sides. Chao Gu drops to seventh and must work hard in order to regain that lost ground. An absolutely horrible qualifying session leaves Emanuel Dumas, who started the Melbourne race in fifth only down in 20th position, behind such names as Jamie Day, Elio Simoni and Giovanni Grilliperi.

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Jos Peeters, Benetton - 1:44.200
Tim Tagusen, Midland - 1:44.512
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - 1:44.740
Franz Koenig, Arrows - 1:44.943
Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - 1:45.245
Norio Narahasi, Honda - 1:45.256
Chao Gu, Spyker - 1:45.320
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - 1:45.363
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - 1:45.436
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - 1:45.482
Rio Riolon, Prost - 1:45.526
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - 1:45.791
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - 1:45.858
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - 1:45.987
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - 1:46.017
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - 1:46.167
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - 1:46.378
Elio Simoni, Arrows - 1:46.604
Jamie Day, Brawn - 1:47.268
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - 1:47.341
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - 1:47.422
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - 1:47.602
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - 1:49.768
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - 1:55.297
 


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Race - Malaysia Grand Prix

#17 by Klon , Fri Apr 15, 2011 9:52 am

Jos Peeters vs. Tim Tagusen - this duel will decide who wins this race. If no car problems are involved, the other drivers will not be involved in the fight for the win in Malaysia. This however, does not mean the others do not bother with this race. There are some exciting passes involved. Did I say something about problems before. Most interestingly, both Tagusen and Peeters have trouble. For Jon Peeters, it is fatal: his Mercedes engine doesn't make any more mileage. A frustrated Peeters is forced to watch the rest of this grand prix from his team's booth. It looked so good for him though, because Tagusen had to pit out of the pit stop window due to a damaged front wing. Tagusen saw his chance and fought with all his might, making brilliant overtakes such as against Oliver Kelly. With his superior pace he was actually able to do his second, this time regular, stop and take P1. After that it was all about extending the lead up to lap 28. Now, the actual excitement lies elsewhere. Position six, worth five points, is contested by three drivers, Vincent Hattenberger, Lugo Abratte and Paul-Jacques Dion fight to the checked flag, finishing in the order they were mentioned.

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Tim Tagusen, Midland - 52:59.328
Franz Koenig, Arrows - +7.192
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - +10.258
Chao Gu, Spyker - +13.878
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - +16.654
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - +29.660
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - +30.049
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - +30.693
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - +42.135
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - +1:10.478
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - +1:16.276
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - +1:24.704
Jamie Day, Brawn - +1:36.710
Elio Simoni, Arrows - +1:41.364
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - 1 Lap
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - 2 Laps
Jos Peeters, Benetton - Engine
Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - Engine
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - Loose Wheel
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - Engine
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - Accident
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - Engine
Norio Narahasi, Honda - Puncture
Rio Riolon, Prost - Water Leak
 
FL: Tim Tagusen, Midland - 1:49.469
 


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Championship standings after 2 races

#18 by Bird , Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:28 am

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Tim Tagusen - 24
Jos Peeters - 18
Chao Gu - 18
Oliver Kelly - 14
Thierry Gromik - 13
Franz Koenig - 12
Lugo Abratte - 9
Lukas Kotrly - 6
Rio Riolon - 6
Vincent Hattenberger - 5
Giovanni Grilliperi - 4
Paul-Jacques Dion - 3
Ba Mitchell - 3
Norio Narahasi - 1
 



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Benetton - 31
Midland - 24
Jordan - 23
Spyker - 21
Arrows - 12
Minardi - 11
Prost - 6
Honda - 5
Jaguar - 3
 

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Qualifying - Turkish Grand Prix

#19 by Klon , Fri Apr 29, 2011 7:18 pm

We are back in Europe for the third round of Formula 1 and Formula 2. The Istanbul Park was questioned over the last week but at least for the 2010 season we are good to go. Jos Peeters and Tim Tagusen seem to have established themselves as possible title contenders for this season. This time around, Peeters has the upper hand and finishes first, quite dominating actually. Over half a second faster than the young Danish rookie. Third place is rather interesting, Lugo Abratti is getting a lot of positions, starting in front of Skip Garrett in his properly working Jaguar.

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Jos Peeters, Benetton - 1:40.474
Tim Tagusen, Midland - 1:41.150
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - 1:41.278
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - 1:41.319
Chao Gu, Spyker - 1:41.359
Norio Narahasi, Honda - 1:41.441
Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - 1:41.485
Franz Koenig, Arrows - 1:41.636
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - 1:41.719
Rio Riolon, Prost - 1:41.721
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - 1:41.872
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - 1:41.959
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - 1:41.963
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - 1:42.080
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - 1:42.120
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - 1:42.167
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - 1:42.206
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - 1:42.368
Jamie Day, Brawn - 1:42.770
Elio Simoni, Arrows - 1:43.169
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - 1:43.733
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - 1:44.251
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - 1:45.453
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - 1:48.435
 


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Race - Turkish Grand Prix

#20 by Klon , Fri May 06, 2011 9:18 pm

With Jos Peeters being untouchable in the race, it was not very unlikely for him to do the same thing during this 30 lap race. And, here's a shocker - he did. In an extremely convincing performance, he managed to withhold the pressure by Tim Tagusen during mid-race to finish the race in a dominant position. The retirement of the ladder also helped the Dutchman, gaining the full 15 points advantage over the Midland driver. A very exciting finish made the end of the race a very enjoyable one though, in the end positions eight down to twelve were only seperated by a mere 4.5 seconds. On a different note it can be noted that the Turkish track challenged the engines today, which makes you wonder about potential risks

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Jos Peeters, Benetton - 52:31.787
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - +27.269
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - +31.519
Chao Gu, Spyker - +38.855
Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - +43.514
Franz Koenig, Arrows - +47.036
Rio Riolon, Prost - +53.884
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - +1:03.044
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - +1:04.547
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - +1:06.118
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - +1:07.215
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - +1:07.705
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - +1:13.704
Jamie Day, Brawn - +1:28.124
Elio Simoni, Arrows - 1 Lap
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - 1 Lap
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - 1 Lap
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - 2 Laps
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - Engine
Tim Tagusen, Midland - Engine
Norio Narahasi, Honda - Engine
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - Engine
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - Puncture
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - Suspension
 
FL: Tim Tagusen, Midland - 1:42.538
 


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Championship standings after 3 races

#21 by Bird , Sat May 07, 2011 1:31 pm

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Jos Peeters - 34
Chao Gu - 26
Tim Tagusen - 25
Lugo Abratte - 21
Franz Koenig - 17
Oliver Kelly - 17
Thierry Gromik - 13
Skip Garrett - 10
Rio Riolon - 10
Lukas Kotrly - 6
Hajime Yamazaki - 6
Giovanni Grilliperi - 6
Vincent Hattenberger - 5
Paul-Jacques Dion - 4
Ba Mitchell - 3
Norio Narahasi - 1
 



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Benetton - 47
Jordan - 38
Spyker - 30
Midland - 25
Arrows - 17
Jaguar - 13
Minardi - 11
Prost - 10
Honda - 7
Super Aguri - 6
 


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Qualifying - Monaco Grand Prix

#22 by Klon , Sun May 15, 2011 5:32 pm

The richest and most glamourous event of the year, the Monaco Grand Prix attracts quite a lot of prominent faces. These faces do have the honour of seeing F2 up close. Qualifying was a very close battle between Hajime Yamazaki and Tim Tagusen with the latter winning by a very small margin. The dou beats their competition, championship leader Jos Peeters, by over three tenths of a second. Peeters won't mind that much, he has a good shot at beating Tagusen and the other championship rival Gu is down in 17th place.

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Tim Tagusen, Midland - 1:24.549
Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - 1:24.591
Jos Peeters, Benetton - 1:24.841
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - 1:25.012
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - 1:25.135
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - 1:25.220
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - 1:25.253
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - 1:25.297
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - 1:25.379
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - 1:25.423
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - 1:25.470
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - 1:25.550
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - 1:25.637
Franz Koenig, Arrows - 1:25.644
Rio Riolon, Prost - 1:25.732
Norio Narahasi, Honda - 1:25.755
Chao Gu, Spyker - 1:25.769
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - 1:26.101
Elio Simoni, Arrows - 1:26.133
Jamie Day, Brawn - 1:26.814
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - 1:27.016
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - 1:27.520
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - 1:28.647
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - 1:32.528
 


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Race - Monaco Grand Prix

#23 by Klon , Sun May 15, 2011 5:54 pm

A thrilling qualifying promised a thrilling race. Unfortunately, strategy proved to be, at least in the battle for the win, the undoing of this. Tagusen's early stop was a strategic error unlike anyone seen this year. To make matters worse, the punctures that struck both Midland at the very same time took the few points he was going to get away from him. This allowed Hajime Yamazaki to take his first win in Formula 2 giving Super Aguri F2, along with Pollen in fifth, a brilliant result.

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Hajime Yamazaki, Super Aguri - 1:10:23.621
Emanuel Dumas, Prost - +29.422
Jos Peeters, Benetton - +49.524
Lukas Kotrly, Minardi - +1:14.166
Wolfgang Pollen, Super Aguri - +1:16.282
Oliver Kelly, Jordan - +1:16.790
Paul-Jacques Dion, Spyker - +1:17.279
Lugo Abratti, Jordan - +1:23.495
Rio Riolon, Prost - +1:24.803
Thierry Gromik, Benetton - +1:26.292
Chao Gu, Spyker - +1:28.769
Ba Mitchell, Jaguar - +1:29.217
Skip Garrett, Jaguar - +1:29.595
Franz Koenig, Arrows - 1 Lap
Elio Simoni, Arrows - 1 Lap
Roman Riquelme, Toyota - 2 Laps
Zoe Kelly, Toyota - 4 Laps
Vincent Hattenberger, Minardi - Transmission
Marko Adamczyk, Midland - Puncture
Tim Tagusen, Midland - Puncture
Giovanni Grilliperi, Honda - Suspension
Teemu Mottonen, Brawn - Electrical
Norio Narahasi, Honda - Suspension
Jamie Day, Brawn - Transmission
 
FL: Tim Tagusen, Midland - 1:26.930
 


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Championship standings after 4 races

#24 by Bird , Tue May 17, 2011 11:11 am

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Jos Peeters - 44
Tim Tagusen - 27
Chao Gu - 26
Lugo Abratte - 24
Oliver Kelly - 22
Hajime Yamazaki - 21
Franz Koenig - 17
Thierry Gromik - 14
Lukas Kotrly - 14
Rio Riolon - 12
Emanuel Dumas - 12
Skip Garrett - 10
Paul-Jacques Dion - 8
Wolfgang Pollen - 6
Giovanni Grilliperi - 6
Vincent Hattenberger - 5
Ba Mitchell - 3
Norio Narahasi - 1
 



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Benetton - 58
Jordan - 46
Spyker - 34
Midland - 27
Super Aguri - 27
Prost - 24
Minardi - 19
Arrows - 17
Jaguar - 13
Honda - 7
 

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