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Lewis Hamilton ready to make history at scorching Silverstone — British GP Preview
09 Julio 2018, 10:40 | Cornelio Vivanco
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"I accept it from [TV pundit] Jacques Villeneuve because he was a driver". So I was nervous that I'd lost part of my floor since the car was moving for unknown reasons. There's so much passion for sport in England, it's in our DNA'. And that he did.
Vettel received a five-second penalty for hitting Bottas at Paul Ricard while Raikkonen picked up a 10-second penalty for the Hamilton clash on Sunday.
He was clearly upset after the race - ducking the interviews on the track and saying little in the green room before the podium.
"The neck held up and that was a race I enjoyed a lot and I think the people enjoyed it a lot".
"The safety car spiced it up", said Vettel, wearing supporting tapes on his stiff neck.
"I gave it everything I could, but it was so close with these Ferraris", he said, addressing the crowd with their Hamilton banners and flags. "I'm happy for the fans". I've got incredible memories here, especially [winning at Silverstone for the first time] in 2008. The others pitted under the Safety Car, but we took the risk and stayed out to get ahead of Sebastian.
"I only saw it briefly, but I don't think there was any intention and I find it a bit unnecessary even to go there".
Other likely stories to watch this weekend include a first for F1 with DRS as a third zone has been installed on the start/finish straight. "It's quite silly to think that anything that happened was deliberate".
Ferrari driver Vettel, who leads by one point going into the 10th of 21 races this season, was 0.187 seconds quicker than Hamilton and 0.357 ahead of Bottas.
"That determination to win and that ambition in a situation is not an easy character trait to deal with. Hopefully we can improve tomorrow and kill their magic".
Sure, there weren't 250,000-plus fans in the stands - although there still was a decent crowd at the.750-mile oval in the middle of Iowa's corn country. "Valtteri defended like a lion but just couldn't hold off Sebastian as the tyres were dropping away". "Admitted it and apologised to Lewis".
The defending world champion, who trails Vettel by a single point in the drivers' world championship, increased his record total of career poles to 76 with a dazzling record lap under pressure in the closing seconds.
The Ferraris experienced some tyre issues in free practice, but in Austria they had superior tyre life compared to Lewis Hamilton'sMercedes, which could be a big advantage if its replicated in Silverstone.
He'll be the first to admit it.
"Historically it has not been a very strong track for us", he said. This is not the way anyone goes racing anymore. "I'll start the wave, and let them continue".
Then, with 10 minutes of the second 90-minute session gone, Verstappen slammed into the barriers on the exit of Luffield. There isn't any obligation - just a pretty significant saving. "But thank you so much for all your support".
"Accepting who you are and loving yourself are so important".
"That's how it goes sometimes". Lower new car prices are my goal.
¿Qué resultado le conviene a Colombia en Polonia vs. Japón?
Gassana, Koulibaly, Sané, Sabaly (m.74, Wague); Kouyate, Gana; Ismaila, Mané , Keita Balde (m.80, Konate) y Niang (m.86, Sakho). Al salir, James fue directamente al camerino para ser revisado por el cuerpo médico de la Selección Colombia .
"El primer partido es el más importante" — Falcao
Así lo reveló el seleccionador japonés , Akira Nishino , quien afirmó que el sismo les quitó la tranquilidad a sus jugadores . Colombia es la selección que menos horas pasará viajando por la estepa rusa para sus partidos de la fase de grupos.