F1 - 2014 United States Grand Prix

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WEEKEND SCHEDULE (EASTERN): Fri 31 October 2014 Practice 1 11:00 - 12:30 Practice 2 15:00 - 16:30 Sat 01 November 2014 Practice 3 11:00 - 12:00 Qualifying 14:00 Sun 02 November 2014 Race 15:00 US TV Schedule: Friday, October 31 - 1:00 p.m. -- United States Grand Prix - Practice #2 (NBCSN) Saturday, November 1 - 1:00 p.m. -- United States Grand Prix - Qualifying (NBCSN) Sunday, November 2 - 2:00 p.m. -- United States Grand Prix - Race (NBC) CIRCUIT INFO: Lap data Lap length 5.513km (3.426 miles) Race laps 56 Race distance 308.728km (191.835 miles) Pole position Right-hand side of the track Lap record* 1’39.347 (199.773 kph) by Sebastian Vettel, 2012 Fastest lap 1’35.657 (207.479 kph) by Sebastian Vettel, 2012 Maximum speed 314kph (195.11 mph) DRS zone/s (race) Pit straight and longest straight Distance from grid to turn one 280m Car performance Full throttle 68% Longest flat-out section 1090m Downforce level High Gear changes per lap 54 Fuel use per lap 2.5kg Time penalty per lap of fuel 0.1s Strategy Quickest complete pit stop in 2012 20.814s by McLaren (see full list) 2013 prime tyre**: Hard (2012: Medium) 2013 option tyre**: Medium (2012: Hard) *Fastest lap set during a Grand Prix **Pirelli’s compounds are softer than those used in 2012 Data sources: FIA, Williams, Mercedes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-Jee_AuH_Y Hat tip to A2 on S2Ki for the content.
 
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Originally Posted By: bdcardinal
No Marussia or Caterham in this race or Brazil. Smallest field since I think 2006-2008. frown
Sauber and Force India are rumored to be having financial issues. I wonder if three car teams are an option next year?
 
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56 laps @ 2.5 kg fuel use during the lap = 140 kg for the race That was in last year's cars. This year, they have to do the same distance on 100 kg. In terms of fuel economy, they have to get 5.3 mpg to go race distance.
 

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Fuel economy has improved quite a bit this year. Unfortunately it's the only thing that has.
 
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