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F1 Barcelona GP 2017 - first European race, 178.000 spectators at the circuit ! - new Fan Zone and Paddock Guest Experience - Liberty Media objectives 2020: re-energizing the Sport and getting fans closer to the action!

Published by in Motorsport 2017 / Formula 1 / Indycars · 14/5/2017 20:37:53

Congratulations  to the  F1 and spanish Barcelona GP 2017 Management and all F1 Teams !

-> Increase nº spectators from 165.000 to 178.000   2016 -> 2017 !
-> New exciting Fan Zone, and F1 Experience for Paddock Guests
-> Interesting side events, Go Karting event with F1 drivers + Run the Track + Red Bull Party + Rolex Dinner reception..
-> Amazing new digital media and TV initiatives for the younger generation.
-> Beginning of a journey bringing F1 races to life !

-> Top Motorsport and exciting Race Duell between Superstars Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari  and Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
-> Amazing Podium celebration and interviews with 1. Lewis Hamilton, 2. Sebastian Vettel, 3. Daniel Ricciardo
-> Lewis Hamilton's 55th career victory and a stylish new elegant nose !
-> Fernando Alonso, Mc Laren Honda 's qualifying session to P7 and first finished race season 2017 !
-> Mc Laren Honda, good Sponsorship news: renewal of their global alliance with Luxury Hotels, HILTON group
-> Red Bull Racing, Daniel Ricciardo back on the Podium !
-> Sahara Force India F1 Team, 4th and 5th place and Gourmet meets F1 celebration !
-> Kimi Raikkönen's  Kid's  Fan Thomás and Ferrari Teams hospitality !

Paddock rumours  and selected  F1 Driver future wishes  to the new F1 Management
-> More women and Ladies in the Paddock and F1  Management
-> New FIA and FOM  Women & Girls  in Motorsport  Initiatives
-> A Miami Street race ?
-> A F1 race in New York ?
-> F1 races in Saudi Arabia, Philippines and Africa ?
-> Organize the  F1 to come back to  Germany - Berlin / Stuttgart / Munich  street race ?
-> Sebastian Vettel to start racing with Mercedes AMG Petronas ?
-> Ferrari F1 World Champion 2017 ?
-> Same engines for all cars ?
-> Will Renault deliver an amazing new motor soon ?
-> Might Mercedes help McLaren Honda ?
-> Fernando Alonso' s move to Ferrari ?
-> NEXT RACE -> MONACO  F1 GP,  25.-28.5.2017 !!

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Result, F1 GP Barcelona 2017:
1.   L. Hamilton Mercedes
2.   S. Vettel Ferrari
3.   D. Ricciardo Red Bull
4.   S. Perez Force India
5.   E. Ocon Force India
6.   N. Hulkenberg Renault
7.   C. Sainz Jr. Toro Rosso
8.   P. Wehrlein Sauber
9.   D. Kvyat Toro Rosso
10.   R. Grosjean Haas
11.   M. Ericsson Sauber
12.   F. Alonso McLaren
13.   F. Massa Williams
14.   K. Magnussen Haas
15.   J. Palmer Renault
16.   L. Stroll Williams

Did not finish   
17.   V. Bottas Mercedes
18.   S. Vandoorne McLaren
19.   M. Verstappen Red Bull
20.   K. Raikkonen Ferrari


Toto Wolff, Head of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport
That was an epic Grand Prix.
Racing simply doesn't go more wheel to wheel - and we were treated to some fantastic racing for the win. Today's win was one for the whole team: an amazing drive from Lewis, great calls by our strategy team, good defensive driving by Valtteri, the fastest pit stops of the race and a quick, consistent upgraded car. Everything clicked and came together for us. It wasn't an easy race after we lost position at the start: we were on the back foot, so when Vettel covered the early undercut, we sent Lewis long and took the medium tyre - to give us options at the end with another set of softs. Then we made perfect use of the VSC and took a risk to run nearly half the race on a set of softs: we thought it would work out but it was always going to be tight. After that, it came down to some brilliant driving and then managing the tyres and engine just right to the final lap. But it was not a perfect day: we lost one car with a technical failure and Valtteri struggled with a damaged car after the contact at Turn One. In spite of that, he drove well and the one-stop approach could have worked out for him until the VSC happened. But it was a day when only one Ferrari finished, so in spite of the retirement, we built up our championship lead. But this was Lewis' day with a supreme drive. People have been asking me if Lewis is now back. The truth is he has never been away - and today's showed it.

Lewis Hamilton, 55th career victory !
It's been a really good weekend and a great way to bounce back from Russia.
It was the rawest fight that I can remember having in a long-time. I loved it, this is why I race. This is what made me get into racing in the first place. This is what the sport needs to be like every single weekend. To have a close battle like that with a four-time champion is awesome. I lost out on the start and had to watch Sebastian fly by. He was so fast out in front and it was such a push to keep in touch with him and not let him pull away.
I was able to manage my tyres in the first stint and keep relatively close, then it was tricky to keep up on the Medium tyre and then after the second stop. We came out so close together which was super tight into Turn 1. He didn't give me much space, it was close! I thought Seb would get me at the end of the final stint but I was able to do it. I have to congratulate my team today, with the strategy and the pit stops, as well as everyone back at the factory that has worked so hard to deliver these upgrades, enabling us to be so close in this fight with Ferrari.

Fernando Alonso, McLaren-Honda
“The race didn’t go as we’d planned. We were a little bit unlucky with the contact in Turn Two with Felipe Massa and then we were behind Daniil Kvyat for too many laps in the mid part of the race, but even without that I think we didn’t have the race pace to be in the points today to be honest.
“I’m a little disappointed, but at least we finished the race, and hopefully this is the first sign of a step forward in reliability !
We now need to prepare better the next Grand Prix, MONACO in two weeks time.

“Tomorrow at 9.00am I need to be at the Brickyard, and at 12.00pm noon I’ll be in the car for first  INDY500  practice in the US. So I now have 14 hours to rest, nine of which will be spent on the plane, so we need to switch into Indy mode now, and for the next two weeks my full focus will be on that.”

“After our encouraging qualifying pace yesterday, it goes without saying that we’re very disappointed today.  
“Through no fault of his own, Fernando got involved in Felipe’s Massa lap-one ‘off’, and immediately dropped half a dozen places as a result. He pushed as hard as he could thereafter, but the gap proved unbridgeable and he ended up driving a lonely race to 12th place.
“After being awarded a 10-place grid penalty as a result of the team’s decision to replace some elements of his car’s power unit this morning, Stoffel was forced to start the race from 20th and last place. From there he drove the first third of the race very hard and very well, working his way up to P16 by lap 20, the highlight being a strong passing manoeuvre on Jolyon’s  Palmer Renault.
“Unfortunately, his good progress came to a halt on lap 33, when contact with Felipe’s Williams damaged his suspension and rendered his car undriveable.
“So, results-wise, today is a day for us to forget, but there are positives to be taken from the weekend nonetheless, not least our solid qualifying pace. It’s clear that the MCL32 is a chassis that our drivers can really lean on – and that quality augurs well for Monaco, on whose sinuous streets we’ll do battle with our rivals once again in two weeks’ time.”

DANIEL RICCIARDO, Red Bull Racing, Finish Position: 3rd, Start Position: 6th
“I’m happy to be back on the podium today, it’s the first one of the season for me which is nice but actually the race was quite a lonely one. I didn’t have any real battles and my race was more about trying to keep a rhythm and maintain concentration. I got a bit fortunate with Valtteri’s problem towards the end of the race which bumped me up to third, but of course I’m still happy to be up there again and see all the smiles from the team. Today we will enjoy the podium but tomorrow we need to understand how to further close the gap to Ferrari and Mercedes. I want to take the positives from this weekend, we will keep working hard and chipping away. I don’t think it’s impossible to catch the leaders at some point, maybe it will take a little longer than we had hoped but we will get there. I think I got the maximum out of the car today and moving on to Monaco we will have a few more updates, which will hopefully give us another step, and at that track it’s fair to say anything can happen.”

“Daniel drove a good race today, quite a lonely race for him and unfortunately we didn’t have the pace to go with the leaders but we obviously benefitted from Bottas’ retirement for him to record his first podium of the year which was great to see.
Max made a good start and after committing to the outside of turn one he was the unfortunate victim of Valtteri hitting Kimi who in turn went into him and broke his front suspension causing his retirement, a great shame for him.
Looking at the weekend as a whole, we’ve definitely put some performance on the car, as we have done after every race this season but we are well aware we’ve still got a lot to do.
Now we look ahead to the most prestigious race on the calendar in Monaco and hope we can continue the performance trend and put in a positive show there.”

Sebastian Vettel, Scudería Ferrari
My start was good, I saw Lewis struggle with wheelspin, and kept looking in mirror to see if anybody else had a better start. The first stint went ok, then we had to pit, otherwise they might have got us with an undercut. My second stint was also pretty good: I managed to get close to Valtteri who was all over the place with his tyres. He blocked me, in the end I managed to get past, but by then I had lost an awful lot of time. Then in the last stint we did everything we could, the car was good, it was close with Lewis. I am happy when we have the chance to race the Mercedes cars, we can be very happy but not entirely happy today. The most important thing, though, is that we were in the fight; the team is in great form, we need to improve because we want to be ahead of them.   

Maurizio Arrivabene, Team Principle Scudería Ferrari
'Shame for the end result, but we leave Spain knowing that we can count on a car that is solid and very quick. Seb's race was very good from the start, and he was able to lead for many laps. In the last stint, despite being on Medium tires, he held off Hamilton until he had to give way to his main rival, who could take the best of DRS and Soft compound. More time was lost behind Bottas and also because of the Virtual Safety Car, which ended just when we had to pit to cover Hamilton's move. Kimi's race did not last long, as he was rammed at the first corner. That's racing, and we must keep our concentration and humility, as we are aware that there is still a lot of work to do and so much to improve. The championship is still a long way and we are already focusing on the next race at Monaco.'

Foto: FIA Press Conference,  3 Podium Winner F1 Driver, F1 GP Barcelona 2017,
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