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q eu saiba o reutmann tb estreiou com pole!

 

Eh isso mesmo! :positivo1:

 

Outros comentarios sobre posição de largada de estreantes: o Schumacher também estreiou fazendo o sétimo tempo do grid, e o Montoya certamente estreiou também largando em uma boa posição (soh não lembro qual).

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Para voce que ama essas mamadas. O Bastiao Vettel foi o 3 estreante a melhor se qualificar.

 

1 - Ville J - Australia - Pole

2 - Hamilton - Australia - 4

3 - Bastiao - Indianapolis - 7

 

E o Bastiao ja tem 1 pontinho coisa que o Burrico ainda nao tem em 07

Cara, não fala besteira... Quatro pilotos estreiaram fazendo pole, sua informação não procede.

 

Farina – GP Inglaterra/50

Mario Andretti –GP EUA/68

Carlos Reutamann –GP Argentina/72

Jacques Villenueve-GP Austrália/96

 

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Mario Andretti estreiou em Monza e nao nos EUA, Farina :mongol: e Reutemann......eh argentino, nao conta!

 

 

Cara, não fala besteira... Quatro pilotos estreiaram fazendo pole, sua informação não procede.

 

Farina – GP Inglaterra/50

Mario Andretti –GP EUA/68

Carlos Reutamann –GP Argentina/72

Jacques Villenueve-GP Austrália/96

 

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GP DA ITÁLIA/1968

Local: Monza

Pole-Position:

 

1)John Surtees(ING)Honda-1m26s07

2)Bruce McLaren(NZE)McLaren/Ford-1m26s11

3)Chris Amon(NZE)Ferrari-1m26s21

4)Jacky Ickx(BEL)Ferrari-1m26s41

5)Graham Hill(ING)Lotus/Ford-1m26s57

6)Jackie Stewart(ESC)Matra/Ford-1m26s60

7)Denis Hulme(NZE)McLaren/Ford-1m26s61

8)Derek Bell(ING)Ferrari-1m26s90

9)Jo Siffert(SUI)Lotus/Ford-1m26s96

10)Jochen Rindt(AUT)Brabham/Repco-1m27s30

11)Jackie Oliver(ING)Lotus/Ford-1m27s40

12)Dan Gurney(EUA)Eagle/Weslake-1m27s61

13)Johnny Servoz-Gavin(FRA)Matra/Ford-1m27s63

14)David Hoobs(ING)Honda-1m27s70

15)Pedro Rodriguez(MEX)BRM-1m28s20

16)Jack Brabham(AUS)Brabham/Repco-1m28s80

17)Piers Courage(ING)BRM-1m29s10

18)Jean-Pierre Beltoise(FRA)Matra-1m29s30

19)Jo Bonnier(SUE)McLaren/BRM-1m30s55

20)Vic Elford(ING)Cooper/BRM-1m31s30

 

Debater com quem não entende é FODA.

 

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Debater com quem não entende é FODA.

 

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Realmente eh MUITO FODA!!!

 

GRAND PRIX RESULTS: ITALIAN GP, 1968

 

Italian GP

Monza

September 8, 1968

 

68 Laps, 5.75 km

 

There was a five-week gap in the World Championship calendar after the German GP and after a season of rainfall and tragedy the F1 circus was able to take a break. The Oulton Park Gold Cup attracted some of the big names and victory went to Jackie Stewart, who had won a dominant victory the Nurburgring before the summer break.

 

The entry was the biggest of the season with American driver Mario Andretti entered in a third Lotus and his USAC rival Bobby Unser replacing Richard Attwood in the BRM team. Ken Tyrrell's Matra International has expanded to run two cars the second being driven by Johnny Servoz-Gavin. Ferrari ran a third car for rising British star Derek Bell while Honda fielded a second RA301 for David Hobbs. Cooper had been planning to run three cars but Robin Widdows was out of action after an accident and so the team ran only Vic Elford and Lucien Bianchi.

 

Early qualifying saw Andretti and Unser setting fast times as both wanted to fly back to the United States to race in the Hoosier 100 in Indianapolis the following day. They then intended to fly back across the Atlantic and race in the Grand Prix. The organizers announced that if the two drivers did fly back to the United States and race there they would be banned from competing in the Italian race under a rule which forbade drivers to compete in an other event within 24 hours of the start of the Grand Prix. They flew off back to the US and did not return.

 

Qualifying resulted in John Surtees taking pole his Honda with Bruce McLaren (McLaren) and Chris Amon (Ferrari) alongside him. The second row was shared by Jacky Ickx's Ferrari and Graham Hill's Lotus while Jackie Stewart shared the third row with Denny Hulme (McLaren) and Bell's Ferrari.

 

For the first time in months the race took place in sunny conditions with Surtees taking the lead at the start. McLaren was ahead by the time the cars returned at the end of the first lap. McLaren stayed ahead until lap seven when Surtees slipstreamed into the lead. The following lap McLaren was ahead again while Amon crashed and Surtees also hit the wall trying to avoid the Ferrari. This put Siffert into second place with Stewart third. Stewart then moved to second and a slipstreaming battle developed for the lead between McLaren, Stewart, Siffert and Hulme. Hill disappeared when a wheel fell off his Lotus.

 

McLaren dropped out when he had to pit for more oil on lap 35. Stewart was the next to disappear with engine failure on lap 43 and when Siffert went out with a rear suspension failure of lap 59, Hulme was left to win. There had been a lively battle behind the leaders between Servoz-Gavin, Ickx and Rindt. Ickx had emerged ahead but in the closing laps had to stop for more fuel and so dropped to third behind Servoz-Gavin, Rindt having gone out with an engine failure.

POS NO DRIVER ENTRANT LAPS TIME/RETIREMENT QUAL POS

1 1 Denny Hulme McLaren-Cosworth M7A 68 1h40m14.800s 7

2 5 Johnny Servoz-Gavin Matra-Cosworth MS10 68 1h41m43.200s 13

3 8 Jacky Ickx Ferrari 312 68 1h41m43.400s 4

4 27 Piers Courage BRM P126 67 17

5 6 Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra MS11 66 18

6 3 Jo Bonnier McLaren-BRM M5A 64 19

r 20 Jo Siffert Lotus-Cosworth 49B 58 Suspension 9

r 10 Jack Brabham Brabham-Repco BT26 56 Engine 16

r 15 David Hobbs Honda RA301 42 Engine 14

r 4 Jackie Stewart Matra-Cosworth MS10 42 Engine 6

r 19 Jackie Oliver Lotus-Cosworth 49B 38 Transmission 11

r 2 Bruce McLaren McLaren-Cosworth M7A 34 Mechanical 2

r 11 Jochen Rindt Brabham-Repco BT26 33 Engine 10

r 26 Pedro Rodriguez BRM P138 22 Mechanical 15

r 21 Dan Gurney Eagle-Weslake T1G 19 Overheating 12

r 16 Graham Hill Lotus-Cosworth 49B 10 Accident 5

r 14 John Surtees Honda RA301 8 Accident 1

r 9 Chris Amon Ferrari 312 8 Accident 3

r 7 Derek Bell Ferrari 312 4 Mechanical 8

r 23 Vic Elford Cooper-BRM T86B 2 Brakes/ Accident 20

exc 18 Mario Andretti Lotus-Cosworth 49B Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 21

exc 25 Bobby Unser BRM P126 Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 22

nq 28 Frank Gardner BRM P261 23

nq 12 Silvio Moser Brabham-Repco BT20 24

 

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Realmente eh MUITO FODA!!!

 

GRAND PRIX RESULTS: ITALIAN GP, 1968

 

Italian GP

Monza

September 8, 1968

 

68 Laps, 5.75 km

 

There was a five-week gap in the World Championship calendar after the German GP and after a season of rainfall and tragedy the F1 circus was able to take a break. The Oulton Park Gold Cup attracted some of the big names and victory went to Jackie Stewart, who had won a dominant victory the Nurburgring before the summer break.

 

The entry was the biggest of the season with American driver Mario Andretti entered in a third Lotus and his USAC rival Bobby Unser replacing Richard Attwood in the BRM team. Ken Tyrrell's Matra International has expanded to run two cars the second being driven by Johnny Servoz-Gavin. Ferrari ran a third car for rising British star Derek Bell while Honda fielded a second RA301 for David Hobbs. Cooper had been planning to run three cars but Robin Widdows was out of action after an accident and so the team ran only Vic Elford and Lucien Bianchi.

 

Early qualifying saw Andretti and Unser setting fast times as both wanted to fly back to the United States to race in the Hoosier 100 in Indianapolis the following day. They then intended to fly back across the Atlantic and race in the Grand Prix. The organizers announced that if the two drivers did fly back to the United States and race there they would be banned from competing in the Italian race under a rule which forbade drivers to compete in an other event within 24 hours of the start of the Grand Prix. They flew off back to the US and did not return.

 

Qualifying resulted in John Surtees taking pole his Honda with Bruce McLaren (McLaren) and Chris Amon (Ferrari) alongside him. The second row was shared by Jacky Ickx's Ferrari and Graham Hill's Lotus while Jackie Stewart shared the third row with Denny Hulme (McLaren) and Bell's Ferrari.

 

For the first time in months the race took place in sunny conditions with Surtees taking the lead at the start. McLaren was ahead by the time the cars returned at the end of the first lap. McLaren stayed ahead until lap seven when Surtees slipstreamed into the lead. The following lap McLaren was ahead again while Amon crashed and Surtees also hit the wall trying to avoid the Ferrari. This put Siffert into second place with Stewart third. Stewart then moved to second and a slipstreaming battle developed for the lead between McLaren, Stewart, Siffert and Hulme. Hill disappeared when a wheel fell off his Lotus.

 

McLaren dropped out when he had to pit for more oil on lap 35. Stewart was the next to disappear with engine failure on lap 43 and when Siffert went out with a rear suspension failure of lap 59, Hulme was left to win. There had been a lively battle behind the leaders between Servoz-Gavin, Ickx and Rindt. Ickx had emerged ahead but in the closing laps had to stop for more fuel and so dropped to third behind Servoz-Gavin, Rindt having gone out with an engine failure.

POS NO DRIVER ENTRANT LAPS TIME/RETIREMENT QUAL POS

1 1 Denny Hulme McLaren-Cosworth M7A 68 1h40m14.800s 7

2 5 Johnny Servoz-Gavin Matra-Cosworth MS10 68 1h41m43.200s 13

3 8 Jacky Ickx Ferrari 312 68 1h41m43.400s 4

4 27 Piers Courage BRM P126 67 17

5 6 Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra MS11 66 18

6 3 Jo Bonnier McLaren-BRM M5A 64 19

r 20 Jo Siffert Lotus-Cosworth 49B 58 Suspension 9

r 10 Jack Brabham Brabham-Repco BT26 56 Engine 16

r 15 David Hobbs Honda RA301 42 Engine 14

r 4 Jackie Stewart Matra-Cosworth MS10 42 Engine 6

r 19 Jackie Oliver Lotus-Cosworth 49B 38 Transmission 11

r 2 Bruce McLaren McLaren-Cosworth M7A 34 Mechanical 2

r 11 Jochen Rindt Brabham-Repco BT26 33 Engine 10

r 26 Pedro Rodriguez BRM P138 22 Mechanical 15

r 21 Dan Gurney Eagle-Weslake T1G 19 Overheating 12

r 16 Graham Hill Lotus-Cosworth 49B 10 Accident 5

r 14 John Surtees Honda RA301 8 Accident 1

r 9 Chris Amon Ferrari 312 8 Accident 3

r 7 Derek Bell Ferrari 312 4 Mechanical 8

r 23 Vic Elford Cooper-BRM T86B 2 Brakes/ Accident 20

exc 18 Mario Andretti Lotus-Cosworth 49B Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 21

exc 25 Bobby Unser BRM P126 Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 22

nq 28 Frank Gardner BRM P261 23

nq 12 Silvio Moser Brabham-Repco BT20 24

 

:hahaha::hahaha::banana::banana:

 

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Realmente eh MUITO FODA!!!

 

 

exc 18 Mario Andretti Lotus-Cosworth 49B Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 21

exc 25 Bobby Unser BRM P126 Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 22

nq 28 Frank Gardner BRM P261 23

nq 12 Silvio Moser Brabham-Repco BT20 24

 

Maldita linha oculta do excel :risada::banana:

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Realmente eh MUITO FODA!!!

 

GRAND PRIX RESULTS: ITALIAN GP, 1968

 

Italian GP

Monza

September 8, 1968

 

68 Laps, 5.75 km

 

There was a five-week gap in the World Championship calendar after the German GP and after a season of rainfall and tragedy the F1 circus was able to take a break. The Oulton Park Gold Cup attracted some of the big names and victory went to Jackie Stewart, who had won a dominant victory the Nurburgring before the summer break.

 

The entry was the biggest of the season with American driver Mario Andretti entered in a third Lotus and his USAC rival Bobby Unser replacing Richard Attwood in the BRM team. Ken Tyrrell's Matra International has expanded to run two cars the second being driven by Johnny Servoz-Gavin. Ferrari ran a third car for rising British star Derek Bell while Honda fielded a second RA301 for David Hobbs. Cooper had been planning to run three cars but Robin Widdows was out of action after an accident and so the team ran only Vic Elford and Lucien Bianchi.

 

Early qualifying saw Andretti and Unser setting fast times as both wanted to fly back to the United States to race in the Hoosier 100 in Indianapolis the following day. They then intended to fly back across the Atlantic and race in the Grand Prix. The organizers announced that if the two drivers did fly back to the United States and race there they would be banned from competing in the Italian race under a rule which forbade drivers to compete in an other event within 24 hours of the start of the Grand Prix. They flew off back to the US and did not return.

 

Qualifying resulted in John Surtees taking pole his Honda with Bruce McLaren (McLaren) and Chris Amon (Ferrari) alongside him. The second row was shared by Jacky Ickx's Ferrari and Graham Hill's Lotus while Jackie Stewart shared the third row with Denny Hulme (McLaren) and Bell's Ferrari.

 

For the first time in months the race took place in sunny conditions with Surtees taking the lead at the start. McLaren was ahead by the time the cars returned at the end of the first lap. McLaren stayed ahead until lap seven when Surtees slipstreamed into the lead. The following lap McLaren was ahead again while Amon crashed and Surtees also hit the wall trying to avoid the Ferrari. This put Siffert into second place with Stewart third. Stewart then moved to second and a slipstreaming battle developed for the lead between McLaren, Stewart, Siffert and Hulme. Hill disappeared when a wheel fell off his Lotus.

 

McLaren dropped out when he had to pit for more oil on lap 35. Stewart was the next to disappear with engine failure on lap 43 and when Siffert went out with a rear suspension failure of lap 59, Hulme was left to win. There had been a lively battle behind the leaders between Servoz-Gavin, Ickx and Rindt. Ickx had emerged ahead but in the closing laps had to stop for more fuel and so dropped to third behind Servoz-Gavin, Rindt having gone out with an engine failure.

POS NO DRIVER ENTRANT LAPS TIME/RETIREMENT QUAL POS

1 1 Denny Hulme McLaren-Cosworth M7A 68 1h40m14.800s 7

2 5 Johnny Servoz-Gavin Matra-Cosworth MS10 68 1h41m43.200s 13

3 8 Jacky Ickx Ferrari 312 68 1h41m43.400s 4

4 27 Piers Courage BRM P126 67 17

5 6 Jean-Pierre Beltoise Matra MS11 66 18

6 3 Jo Bonnier McLaren-BRM M5A 64 19

r 20 Jo Siffert Lotus-Cosworth 49B 58 Suspension 9

r 10 Jack Brabham Brabham-Repco BT26 56 Engine 16

r 15 David Hobbs Honda RA301 42 Engine 14

r 4 Jackie Stewart Matra-Cosworth MS10 42 Engine 6

r 19 Jackie Oliver Lotus-Cosworth 49B 38 Transmission 11

r 2 Bruce McLaren McLaren-Cosworth M7A 34 Mechanical 2

r 11 Jochen Rindt Brabham-Repco BT26 33 Engine 10

r 26 Pedro Rodriguez BRM P138 22 Mechanical 15

r 21 Dan Gurney Eagle-Weslake T1G 19 Overheating 12

r 16 Graham Hill Lotus-Cosworth 49B 10 Accident 5

r 14 John Surtees Honda RA301 8 Accident 1

r 9 Chris Amon Ferrari 312 8 Accident 3

r 7 Derek Bell Ferrari 312 4 Mechanical 8

r 23 Vic Elford Cooper-BRM T86B 2 Brakes/ Accident 20

exc 18 Mario Andretti Lotus-Cosworth 49B Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 21

exc 25 Bobby Unser BRM P126 Raced In Usa Within 24 Hours 22

nq 28 Frank Gardner BRM P261 23

nq 12 Silvio Moser Brabham-Repco BT20 24

 

:banana::banana::banana:

 

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TOMOU ???

 

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O Andretti estreiou em CORRIDAS no GP EUA/68. Se antes ele fez treinos e não correu, então ele não estreiou oficialmente na F1... Se a moda pegar então tem piloto de teste com mais de 10 corridas, só por que fez treinos na 6a feira.

 

Alguém por favor, desenha aí para o Redneck entender...

:hahaha::hahaha::hahaha:

 

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O Andretti estreiou em CORRIDAS no GP EUA/68. Se antes ele fez treinos e não correu, então ele não estreiou oficialmente na F1... Se a moda pegar então tem piloto de teste com mais de 10 corridas, só por que fez treinos na 6a feira.

 

Alguém por favor, desenha aí para o Redneck entender...

:hahaha::hahaha::hahaha:

 

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