bahis siteleri Betboo yeni adresi izmir escort antalya escort izmir escort porno porno izle bursa escort escort mobil porno havalandirma sistemleri takipçi satın alma instagram beğeni hilesi instagram takipçi hilesi saha betonu izmir escort eskişehir escort bayan
Ricciardo to Renault in 2019 - Page 2
500 Madness
   
Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 1 2
Results 11 to 19 of 19

Thread: Ricciardo to Renault in 2019

  1. #11
    Robert Nixon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Great Neck, NY
    Posts
    5,373
    Thanks
    1,453
    Thanked 1,690 Times in 1,166 Posts
    Best wishes to Fernando, assuming he'll do IndyaCar next year, but who knows, maybe he'll do WEC again and just the Indy 500? Would love to have him in the US for a full season of Indy!
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

  2. #12
    Robert Nixon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Great Neck, NY
    Posts
    5,373
    Thanks
    1,453
    Thanked 1,690 Times in 1,166 Posts
    Saw an article online that says Sainz will go to McLaren, which would allow Gasly to move up to Red Bull. Still lots of moves to be made for next year, and maybe some of these moves (Stroll to Force India) will happen this year?

    McLaren confirms Sainz will drive for them next year!
    Last edited by Robert Nixon; 08-16-2018 at 05:47 PM.
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

  3. The Following 2 Users Say Thank You to Robert Nixon For This Useful Post:

    Amacento (08-17-2018), texanbrit (08-15-2018)

  4. #13
    Senior Member Amacento's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Location
    MKEWI
    Posts
    1,739
    Thanks
    2,900
    Thanked 1,287 Times in 798 Posts
    Hear-hear!

    I'm gutted to see Alonso leave like this, but I hope this means more WEC and IndyCar. He'd bring a lot more viewership to I/C for sure.
    http://cc5club.blogspot.com/

    https://www.pinterest.com/CC5Club/

    https://www.facebook.com/CC5Club

    ... there is only one way to drive a small FIAT, and that is without mercy. - James May

    Vivere | Amare | Guidare is the name of the game. Read About The Legend Or Be About The Legend. - ARJR

  5. The Following User Says Thank You to Amacento For This Useful Post:

    Robert Nixon (08-17-2018)

  6. #14
    Robert Nixon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Great Neck, NY
    Posts
    5,373
    Thanks
    1,453
    Thanked 1,690 Times in 1,166 Posts
    Formula 1 has reported that Pierre Gasly will take Ricciardo's seat at Red Bull next year, partnering Verstappen. I didn't see any word yet on who will then go to Toro Rosso or if Brendan Hartley will return.
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

  7. #15
    Robert Nixon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Great Neck, NY
    Posts
    5,373
    Thanks
    1,453
    Thanked 1,690 Times in 1,166 Posts
    Looks like the OLD Force India team will continue, but starting with this weekend will be under a new name, and part of the deal is that they will lose all the team Constructor points earned so far this year! The drivers Ocon an Perez get to keep their individual driver points, but now the pink cars drop to 10th in the team standings with 0 points. That gives Haas a bit of breathing room as Force India was right behind them.
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

  8. #16
    Robert Nixon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Great Neck, NY
    Posts
    5,373
    Thanks
    1,453
    Thanked 1,690 Times in 1,166 Posts
    Belgium Qualifying: First two rounds of Qualifying were dry with Ferrari fastest, and then right on cue the RAIN hit for Q3 and that mixed things up! Hamilton took poll by being on track at the end of the session when the wet track dried and suddenly everyone was 3 seconds a lap faster! Vettel still took 2nd, but the 2 Force Indias (whatever their new name is) are now sitting on the 2nd row! Some very close calls when the Q3 round started, with all cars hitting track on slick tires trying to get a time in before it was too wet, but then people were sliding all over the place, and most of them aborted that first lap. Kimi had gone fastest, but then with the rain and pit stop he wasn't fueled enough to go out for another shot at poll when the track got quicker.

    Interesting to see how much the times slowed down, from dry qualifying around 1:41, the rain hit and for a while the poll time was about 2:01, twenty full seconds slower! Amazing cars with the technology, downforce, tire grip, etc.

    Bad day for Williams and McLaren, with all of those cars stuck in Q1, Bottas and Huldenberg will take big grid penalties for changing components and start at the rear of the field. Big chance for the Haas team to possibly even pass Renault for 4th in team points, with both Grosjean and MAG in the top ten to start, Sainz around 16th and Hulkenberg next to last.

    Not sure if it will be dry or wet for the race, but with two 4 time champs starting 1-2, HAM and VET can duke it out, hopefully avoid hitting each other, and if anything happens we might see a Force India grab a podium spot.
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

  9. #17
    Robert Nixon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Great Neck, NY
    Posts
    5,373
    Thanks
    1,453
    Thanked 1,690 Times in 1,166 Posts
    Race day update: Sainz and Vandoorn also take grid penalties and will start behind Bottas and Hulkenberg. Should be a dry race. Lots of action to come!
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

  10. #18
    Senior Member pvflyer's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2016
    Location
    THATBLUEPLANET
    Posts
    397
    Thanks
    238
    Thanked 178 Times in 129 Posts
    Wow 2 weeks off the grid and the F1 world is spinning out of control. Major reshuffles happening everywhere. LeClerk going to Ferrari and Kimmi back on his first F1 team ever, Sauber and I must say I'm exited about it. Kimi will be driving a Alfa Romeo with a Ferrari engine ( Sauber, have found their groove again and the cars are showing, in qualy and race trim). Fernando is OUT #crashgate!! some unnamed teenager will drive for McLaren who is Norris? what else will happens before season ends?!Lewis seems to be in control of the Championship and well deserved points gap; however Ferrari has the best car. but the worst strategy and pit stops , Mauricio must go and Vettel needs to get it together. its been a great season thus far and ain't over yet.

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/s...rence/3176067/

    Here some pics of the new cars for 2021 It looks awesome!!

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/f...eaked/3175731/
    Last edited by pvflyer; 09-14-2018 at 02:52 PM.
    "My GREATEST FEAR is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my watches for what I told her I paid for them."

    What's a Abarth?...... Glad you ask! Abarth is a small demon that will possess your soul and inspire you to get steezy at every opportunity.

    della folgore l'impeto

    panem et circenses. Latin, literally "bread and circuses," supposedly coined by Juvenal and describing the cynical formula of the Roman emperors for keeping the masses content with ample food and entertainment.

  11. #19
    Robert Nixon's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    Great Neck, NY
    Posts
    5,373
    Thanks
    1,453
    Thanked 1,690 Times in 1,166 Posts
    Some big changes in the driver scene, and we're still not done with this season. HAM takes pole in Singapore, with MAX right beside him, so the start for tomorrow's race should be good! VET only 3rd, so he needs a good start too. Grosjean not bad in 8th, ahead of both Renault cars, so let's hope Haas can close their 10 point gap in the constructors, although MAG had a bad Quali and starts 16th.
    2013 Rosso Abarth with 68K miles, Koni yellow shocks, Madness springs, Neu-f rear sway bar, EBC Yellowstuff brake pads, DOT4 brake fluid, K&N air filter, autocross 17 inch Ciao Milano wheels with Bridgestone Potenza RE71R, daily wheels stock 16 inch Dunlop DZ102. 2017 1st place HS Tidewater Sports Car Club: 2016-2015 1st Place TSCC GS class; 2014-2013: 2nd place in SCCA South Carolina Region G Stock.
    My Car blog: http://www.nms-racing.net/

Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 1 2

Similar Threads

  1. 2019 Fiat 124 hp update?
    By neubauerjoseph in forum Fiat 124 Spider
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 09-05-2018, 04:00 AM
  2. Changes for 2019 500X
    By 5port in forum Fiat 500X
    Replies: 11
    Last Post: 09-02-2018, 04:25 PM
  3. the first hot hatch after the renault 5 turbo
    By gspot in forum Off Topic
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 10-24-2015, 02:26 PM
  4. Fiat and Renault Team Up for New Vehicle
    By Fiat500USA in forum Fiat500USA.com Articles and Story Comments
    Replies: 6
    Last Post: 07-22-2014, 10:07 PM
  5. Renault I know - but I see strong similarities to the 500
    By SuperTony in forum Fiat 500 General Discussion
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 04-22-2013, 10:17 AM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •