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CAMPEONATO M UNDO DE FÓRMULA 1 - 2018 - SEGUNDO AS PREVISÕES DA PIRELLI

Sábado, 15 Setembro 2018 11:43 | Actualizado em Sexta, 17 Janeiro 2020 17:22

DRIVERS GET TO GRIPS WITH THE SLIPPERY AND ‘GREEN’ STREET CIRCUIT, SAMPLING THE HYPERSOFT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SINGAPORE
 
FERRARI DRIVER KIMI RAIKKONEN USES IT TO GO FASTEST IN FP2:  BEATING THE POLE LAP AND ALL-TIME CIRCUIT RECORD FROM LAST YEAR
 
1.6 SECONDS BETWEEN HYPERSOFT AND ULTRASOFT, 0.8 SECONDS BETWEEN ULTRASOFT AND SOFT
  As usual, there was plenty of track evolution at the unique Singapore street circuit, with the drivers tackling the FP1 session in daylight before moving onto the cooler and more representative conditions of FP2 at night. All three compounds were sampled, including the P Zero Pink hypersoft, which set the fastest time in the hands of Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen. The Friday benchmark he established was 0.8 seconds faster than the pole time last year, with plenty of improvement still expected to come at the 23-corner circuit. In FP1, the teams mostly used all three compounds, while in FP2 the work mainly concentrated on the hypersoft and ultrasoft. So far, the hypersoft is 1.6 seconds per lap faster than the ultrasoft, with a total difference of roughly 2.4 seconds from hypersoft to soft: for the first time, there’s a ‘step’ in the Singapore nominations. The performance gap is likely to mean that all the drivers qualify on the hypersoft tomorrow, with the entire top 10 set to start on this compound.
 
MARIO ISOLA - HEAD OF CAR RACING “This is probably the session where there’s the greatest contrast between FP1 and FP2 of the entire year, and that was reflected in the times. Obviously FP2, with the asphalt temperature 15 degrees lower, was much more representative and this is when the most useful tyre assessment took place with different compounds and fuel loads. However, the picture is still not entirely conclusive, as the track continues to evolve rapidly. In particular, the teams were all able to take a first look at the hypersoft, which is performing in line with expectations here and has already set the track record in FP2. So far, we’ve seen high degradation on the hypersoft – especially at the rear – while the ultrasoft has been very consistent.”
 
FREE PRACTICE 1 – TOP 3 TIMES
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DRIVER TIME COMPOUND
Ricciardo 1m39.711s HYPERSOFT NEW
Verstappen 1m39.912s HYPERSOFT NEW
Vettel 1m39.997s HYPERSOFT NEW

 
 
 
 
FREE PRACTICE 2 – TOP 3 TIMES
 
 
FP1 - BEST TIME BY COMPOUND 
 
 
FP2 - BEST TIME BY COMPOUND 
 
 
MOST LAPS BY COMPOUND SO FAR
 
 
TYRE STATISTICS OF THE DAY
 
* The above number gives the total amount of kilometres driven in FP1 and FP2 today, all drivers combined. ** Per compound, all drivers combined.
DRIVER TIME COMPOUND
Raikkonen 1m38.699s HYPERSOFT NEW
Hamilton 1m38.710s HYPERSOFT NEW
Verstappen 1m39.221s HYPERSOFT NEW
COMPOUND DRIVER TIME
SOFT Hamilton 1m41.232s
ULTRASOFT Hamilton 1m42.072s
HYPERSOFT Ricciardo 1m39.711s
COMPOUND DRIVER TIME
SOFT Alonso 1m42.335s
ULTRASOFT Raikkonen 1m40.510s
HYPERSOFT Raikkonen 1m38.699s
COMPOUND DRIVER LAPS
SOFT Alonso 25
ULTRASOFT Hartley 28
HYPERSOFT Gasly 23
 
  
Kms driven* 1253 1988 2267
Sets used overall** 17 29 34

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