Formula One
2013 FIA Formula One      Championship Race Calendar●   Melbourne (15-17 march)●   Kuala Lum Pur (22-24 march)●   Cataluny...
Sebastian Vettel●   2012: Slow to adjust to the blown diffuser-less RB8 and has to    wait until the fourth round in Bahra...
●   2005: Fifth in the Formula    3 Euro Series, declared    best rookie driver after    clinching five podiums.    Enjoys...
Mark Webber●    2012: Bounces back from disappointments of 2011, fitter, more    motivated and much more consistent. Wins ...
●    2004: Difficult final season with    Jaguar. Scores seven of the    teams ten points. Highlight a    second on the gr...
Red Bull RB9 - hidden brake fluid             cylinders For the first time in Formula One racing, the two brake fluid cyli...
Red Bull RB9 - passive double DRS    At the final pre-season test in Barcelona, Red Bull   experimented with a passive dou...
Red Bull RB9 - vented nose      Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey has  followed Saubers lead by introducing this twin-...
Short argumentative essay                  Sebastian vettel. We believe we will win with Sebastian Vettel, RedBull Racing,...
Formula 1 María, Cristina, Isa, Fran, Tena y Sara.
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Formula 1 María, Cristina, Isa, Fran, Tena y Sara.

  1. 1. Formula One
  2. 2. 2013 FIA Formula One Championship Race Calendar● Melbourne (15-17 march)● Kuala Lum Pur (22-24 march)● Catalunya (10-12 may)● Montréal (7-9 june)● Silverstone (28-30 june)● Singapore (20-22 september)● Austin (15-17 november)
  3. 3. Sebastian Vettel● 2012: Slow to adjust to the blown diffuser-less RB8 and has to wait until the fourth round in Bahrain to score his first pole position and race victory of the season. A late-campaign surge including four consecutive wins helps lift him to a third successive drivers title.● 2011: Totally dominates for Red Bull, becoming youngest double world champion in F1 history with four rounds to spare. Scores 11 wins and a record 15 pole positions.● 2010: Despite some driver errors and technical maladies - plus tense rivalry with team mate Webber - supreme pace brings 10 poles and five victories en route to becoming youngest champion in F1 history. Comes from third in standings to clinch title with win at final round in Abu Dhabi.● 2009: Continues to make the headlines for all the right reasons.
  4. 4. ● 2005: Fifth in the Formula 3 Euro Series, declared best rookie driver after clinching five podiums. Enjoys first Formula One test with BMW Williams at Jerez.● 2004: Formula BMW ADAC champion - finishes on podium in all 20 races, taking 18 victories.● 2003: Claims second place in the Formula BMW ADAC championship after winning five of the 19
  5. 5. Mark Webber● 2012: Bounces back from disappointments of 2011, fitter, more motivated and much more consistent. Wins in Monaco and Silverstone make him Red Bulls leading title contender at seasons midway point but second half is not nearly as strong and he ends the year sixth in the standings.● 2011: Consistently out-qualified and out-raced by team mate Vettel, winning just one round (when Vettel hits technical issues) and finishing third overall, despite Red Bull dominance.● 2010: Turns around slow start in ultra-quick RB6 with victories in Spain, Monaco, Britain and Hungary to move ahead of team mate Vettel and lead standings going into summer break. Loses out in four-way title showdown at season finale thanks to poor pit strategy, finishing third overall.● 2009: Pre-season preparation hampered by broken leg sustained in winter cycling accident, but form continually
  6. 6. ● 2004: Difficult final season with Jaguar. Scores seven of the teams ten points. Highlight a second on the grid in Malaysia. Signs for Williams for 2005.● 2003: Cements his reputation as one of the sports rising stars. Takes third on the grid in Brazil and Hungary and scores all bar one of Jaguars 18 points. Tenth in the drivers championship.● 2002: Debut with Minardi. Dream start as he scores fifth place in his first ever race. Puts in impressive performances
  7. 7. Red Bull RB9 - hidden brake fluid cylinders For the first time in Formula One racing, the two brake fluid cylinders (shown in the inset picture)have disappeared from view in the Red Bull RB9.This is because the team needed to save space inorder to run the vertical ramp and slotted hole thatfeature on the top of the nose section. As you can see in the main picture, the brake fluid cylinders are now hidden by an S-shaped carbon fibre cover at the top of the chassis.
  8. 8. Red Bull RB9 - passive double DRS At the final pre-season test in Barcelona, Red Bull experimented with a passive double drag reduction system (DDRS). The top red arrow in this drawing indicates the small inlet duct that - above a certain speed - feeds airflow up a vertical channel to blowunder the rear wings main plane. This partially stalls the wing, leading to a reduction in drag and thus a small speed increase. Unlike active DDRS (banned in 2013), the driver has no control over the system, and if it proves unpredictable he could find himself robbed of valuable downforce at inappropriate moments - at the start of a braking phase for example. Until teams get a proper handle on this behaviour - a long and delicate process, if testing is anything to go by - no one is likely to race a passive DDRS, at least in the initial rounds of 2013.
  9. 9. Red Bull RB9 - vented nose Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey has followed Saubers lead by introducing this twin- duct concept to the RB9s nose section. Air is sucked from the high-pressure area underneath the chassis into a duct (red arrow). The air then travels through the chassis (inset, right) via an s- shaped duct before exiting out of a hole on the top of the chassis (inset, left). The increased airflow on the top surface of the car helps to keepthe airflow coming off the front wing attached and thus improves airflow further back along the chassiss surface.
  10. 10. Short argumentative essay Sebastian vettel. We believe we will win with Sebastian Vettel, RedBull Racing, because it has one of the fastest cars inFormula 1, as it has a great engine, but when it rains the car runs less.But with the new cars, in the future, this will be fixed with the new technologies. María, Cristina, Isa, Fran Tena y Sara.

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