Barrichello wins Italian GP in 1-2 Brawn
Rubens Barrichello picked up his second win in three races to lead Brawn GP to a 1-2 finish at the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday that put the British team in the driver's seat for the Formula One title.
Posted on 12 September 2009 | 6:21 am
Ferrari's Fisichella has no plans to replace
Giancarlo Fisichella made it clear that he has no plan to become a full-time replacement for injured driver Felipe Massa at Ferrari.
Posted on 3 September 2009 | 7:00 am
Raikkonen wins F1's Belgian GP for 4th time
Kimi Raikkonen held off Force India driver Giancarlo Fisichella to win Formula One's Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday, the Ferrari driver's fourth triumph at the high-speed track in the past five years.
Posted on 28 August 2009 | 9:31 am
Schumacher's Record Bid Fails
Renault's Giancarlo Fisichella had the fastest qualifying time for the Malaysian Grand Prix and an engine change spoiled Michael Schumacher's bid to set the Formula One pole position record Saturday.
Posted on 18 March 2006 | 12:11 am
Resolved Question: Where did giancarlo
i cant find any information about him just about his racing nothing on his life or when he was young,
i'm really struggling. i want to know more about him.
if you know more about him please write it as well. that would be great hope u can help :)
Posted on 24 June 2013 | 7:35 pm
Resolved Question: Whoa are some famous
Who are some famous Romans in the present day?
Oh and please make sure they are pronouncable names.
Thankyou so much for the help!
I deeply appreciate it.
I would also like it if you gave me atleast 2 famous Romans!
Thanks A TON!
Posted on 5 August 2010 | 9:03 am
Resolved Question: Will Giancarlo Fisichella
He has the chance to race in sauber but pedro de la rosa took the seat?
Posted on 31 January 2010 | 5:26 am
Resolved Question: Who do you think is going
well they announced that badoer, or whatever his name is was fired because he was, well rubbish. so who do you think is going to be the new ferrari driver?
Posted on 5 September 2009 | 5:22 am
Resolved Question: Belgium 2009 - 2 Italian
For this 2009 Belgian Grand Prix the first row is made of Giancarlo Fisichella and Jarno Trulli, both Italian drivers.
1) When was the last time 2 Italian drivers occupied the first row in a F1 Grand Prix? And who were the drivers?
2) Since F1 inception in 1950, how many times did it happen that the front row (P1 and P2) was taken by Italian drivers?
3) Can you name those drivers?
4) What is the age average of the first 4 qualifiers for this 2009 Belgian Grand Prix? Can you believe it?
5) Aside from qualifying last, what record has Luca Badoer established today (this pertains solely to today's qualifying, and has nothing to do with his pointless career)? Allan:
Q1: Yes, the same two drivers in the same positions, Australia 2005
Q2: 13 times including yesterday, so you missed two other occasions
Q3: Your 10 are correct, plus yesterday's result. But you still miss two other times
Q4: Allan, correct. Maybe we both have some chances left at our age. Can't do much worse than Badoer
Q5: Believe it or not, Luca Badoer actually has set a record yesterday. He was the fastest driver of the weekend in the speed trap at Spa. I guess he set up his wings for high speed, and consequently got less out of the car in the medium-slow corners. However, out of all the negativty, he was actually the fastest driver of the weekend (for that split second only) Allan again,
considering you are the only one who answered, I am puzzled over the integrity of what I consider the quiz monsters of Y!A F1 section. They disappeared. OK, rosbif is on vacation so he is excused, but the others???? Shame on them!
And on top of that, what's up with the TD's? You are the only one who did some research and put efforts into answering, and as a result a couple of smart asses got to read question, answer and dive TD's ?????? The level of intelligence here sometimes is below zero. At times I contemplate to just quit this thing as it is often ridicolous .
WinWin: You are excused. IU'll see you next quiz.
Dancecorona: Yes, it's pretty funny. But true.
Allan: The two Italian first rows you missed are both in 1952:
- 52 Swiss G.P. - Farina - Taruffi
- 52 British G.P. - Farina - Ascari
So if you take away twice in the 2000's, twice in the 80's, it happened 9 times in the early 50's. Nothing in the 60's, 70's and 90's.
Posted on 29 August 2009 | 5:51 am