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#31 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Jalumi 07.06.2014 08:51

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Canadian GP – Kimi Raikkonen: “Speedy work”
“Like every Friday, today’s programme centred on looking at different set-ups in the first session and a race simulation with both compounds in the second one. This morning, because of a problem on my car, I was unable to run as much as planned and that’s never a good thing, because getting in plenty of laps is very important. Thanks to speedy work from the team, in the afternoon, we managed to make up for the run lost in the morning and even if it’s too early to make predictions, overall, it didn’t go badly and by the end of the day my feeling with the car had improved. I am still not 100% happy with the handling of the F14 T , but I am sure that an analysis of the data we gathered will point us in the right direction for qualifying and the race."



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Pat Fry: “Teamwork”
“We had a particularly busy day in our garage today. What might have looked like two normal practice sessions were actually particularly demanding for the engineers and mechanics, because of several problems, albeit small ones, that affected the running of our programme. However, the number of laps completed by both drivers was enough to get the necessary information to carry out the job of fine tuning the cars. There were two sides to the programme, evaluating the updates introduced for this race and comparing the two compounds, the Soft and Supersoft, brought here by Pirelli. As usual here in Canada, the track is very dirty and that affects grip levels. On this front, we can expect a significant improvement over the course of the weekend. We have to keep that in mind when working on set-up and also when assessing tyre degradation. This latter factor, along with managing fuel consumption, will play an important part in qualifying and in the race, given that temperatures are expected to rise over Saturday and again on Sunday. It’s always difficult to make predictions on Friday because the relative performance level of the teams has yet to be assessed. We will try and give Kimi and Fernando the best possible package and then we will see what results that can deliver.”


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#32 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Jalumi 07.06.2014 09:36

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Who need a gym?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wN_Zht680hA

#33 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Appletree 07.06.2014 11:32

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I dont..sometimes I have to move about 400 kilos young bulls, and I use my legs for that.

#34 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by WHATEVER 07.06.2014 14:16

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Apple

Your life seems like fun

#35 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by YiNing 07.06.2014 17:52

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Tobias Grüner F1 ‏@tgruener 31m

#F1 Ferrari running the old engine cover and floor for rest of Montreal weekend. New parts too risky with higher ambient temperatures.



Maybe that's why FP3 time is slower....

#36 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Appletree 07.06.2014 18:46

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TS says Kimi had his best feeling of the car in practise 3, despite the new parts werent there anymore.

#37 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Appletree 07.06.2014 18:50

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Oskari Saari and Timo Pulkkinen in practise 3 when Magnussen drove into the grass...Saari" I dont know..has he drank something?" Pulkkinen" He is getting old"

#38 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Appletree 07.06.2014 18:56

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IS is saying its Kimi Räikkönen who demanded his race engineer to be changed as the message thru Spagnolo doenst reach the other engineers.

#39 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Sonny 07.06.2014 23:32

Quote: Appletree wrote in post #36
TS says Kimi had his best feeling of the car in practise 3, despite the new parts werent there anymore.


This sounds like a theme that's been going on for years now

#40 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Jalumi 07.06.2014 23:46

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Quote: Appletree wrote in post #37
Oskari Saari and Timo Pulkkinen in practise 3 when Magnussen drove into the grass...Saari" I dont know..has he drank something?" Pulkkinen" He is getting old"

#41 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Jalumi 08.06.2014 00:09

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#42 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Jalumi 08.06.2014 00:17

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Kimi Raikkonen: “I’ll give it my all”
“All weekend, I haven’t been completely satisfied with the handling of my car and again today in qualifying I found it difficult. On my only run in Q3, I went out on a new set of Supersofts, but my F14 T was sliding a lot and I couldn’t put together a good lap. Maybe I could have been one or two places higher up, but I don’t think it would have changed much. Even if the updates we tried yesterday worked, we knew it wouldn’t be easy: probably this is one of the tracks that least suits the characteristics of our car. I expect a very long race tomorrow, in which anything could happen. We will try and get a good start and then give it our all.”
- See more at: http://formula1.ferrari.com/news/canadia...h.FunBe7A2.dpuf


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Pat Fry: “A difficult qualifying”
“Today we knew we’d be facing a difficult qualifying, but to be honest, we were hoping for something a bit better. We also knew that at this track, we wouldn’t just be fighting Red Bull, but other teams as well who, thanks to the few corners and long straights here, would give us a hard time and that proved to be the case. The session began in particularly high temperatures, almost 20 degrees hotter than yesterday and we struggled more than our rivals to find enough grip with both cars. From a technical point of view Red Bull, thanks to their higher level of downforce and Williams, with the better driveability of the Mercedes engine, were able to get more out of the tyres, which meant they were more competitive than us. Tomorrow, we will try and do all we can to get a good start, although this year it has not been so easy to make the most of the straights for overtaking. We will definitely have to keep an eye on tyre degradation, which has a bigger effect here, especially with the rears.”
- See more at: http://formula1.ferrari.com/news/canadia...h.tc4RFc38.dpuf

#43 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by WHATEVER 08.06.2014 03:03

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I want to thank everybody for the info and updates. We all make a great team in this forum (eventhough some of us don't contribute much )

Btw, where is Boudica?

#44 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by luviceman 08.06.2014 04:25

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Quote: Jalumi wrote in post #40
Quote: Appletree wrote in post #37
Oskari Saari and Timo Pulkkinen in practise 3 when Magnussen drove into the grass...Saari" I dont know..has he drank something?" Pulkkinen" He is getting old"




#45 RE: F1 Canadian GP 2014 by Sonny 08.06.2014 04:41

Quote: luviceman wrote in post #44
Quote: Jalumi wrote in post #40
Quote: Appletree wrote in post #37
Oskari Saari and Timo Pulkkinen in practise 3 when Magnussen drove into the grass...Saari" I dont know..has he drank something?" Pulkkinen" He is getting old"








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