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French
15 February 1990 (28)
Graham Hill (15 February 1929)
Alexander Wurz (15 February 1974)

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12th (2012 Brazilian Grand Prix)
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2012 Australian Grand Prix
2013 Brazilian Grand Prix

about Charles Pic

Charles Pic (French: [???l ?pik]; born 15 February 1990) is a professional racing driver, who drove in Formula One for two full seasons in 2012 and 2013, racing for Marussia F1 Team in the first season and then for Caterham in the second season.


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2012, 2013,

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2012 Timo Glock
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2013 Giedo van der Garde
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Binotto took charge of Ferrari's engine development after its dismal performance at the start of F1's V6 turbo-hybrid era in 2014.<br>He was then promoted to a role as overall technical chief in mid-2016 as part of an overhaul designed by then-president and CEO Sergio Marchionne.<br>Ferrari has since produced two cars capable of fighting for wins on a regular basis, although errors from the team ...

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Abysmal reliability meant Ricciardo slipped to a distant sixth in the championship, 79 points behind Verstappen, after winning two of the first six races.<br>Verstappen outqualified Ricciardo 11 times in a row after the Aussie's Monaco triumph to comfortably win the intra-team battle 15-3 and end the year with an average qualifying advantage of 0.131s.<br>Ricciardo told Motorsport.com: “I am ...

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Although those three basic names will be in play at each event, Pirelli has a new C1-C5 system for notifying which actual compound is being used on a given weekend. The C1 is the hardest compound in the 2019 range, and the C5 is the softest. There are now only five tyres in the range, instead of the seven that were available previously, with the old hard having rarely been seen in 2018. There ...

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Although those three basic names will be in play at each event, Pirelli has a new C1-C5 system for notifying which actual compound is being used on a given weekend. The C1 is the hardest compound in the 2019 range, and the C5 is the softest. There are now only five tyres in the range, instead of the seven that were available previously, with the old hard having rarely been seen in 2018. There ...

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Download the Motorsport Fans app for Android or iOS today. Over the past six months, we’ve been beavering away at Motorsport Network HQ with a vocal, passionate and knowledgeable group of race fans. We’ve explored every aspect of their passion for the sport, and with this insight, our clever bods have screwed together a shiny new home for your commentary, opinion and views on where ...

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There’s a saying among F1 strategists that the faster and more dominant the car, the easier the strategy calls. This is because the margin for error is so large; if you make a mistake the car is fast enough relative to the competition that it is recoverable. The calls made in the tightly-packed midfield are much more finely balanced. The Japanese Grand Prix saw a series of problem ...

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The Woking-based team was left on the back foot last time out in Suzuka, having picked too few sets of the softest compound, and wound up having to deny claims that the unusual selection was a result of it forgetting to make a proper nomination. In Austin, for which the tyre picks had been submitted well before the Suzuka race, McLaren will be once more an outlier, having opted for a field-low ...

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The race marks only the third appearance of the pink hypersoft tyre, following Monaco and Canada. However, while at those two events the compound was matched with the supersoft and ultrasoft, Pirelli chose the soft and ultrasoft this time. The same combination will also be used at the following race in Russia. For Singapore Mercedes has taken a conservative route, with both Lewis Hamilton ... ...

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The Hockenheim race will be the second in the season after the Chinese Grand Prix to feature a skipped step in its compound range.The red-walled supersoft, which was the softest tyre available in the most recent edition of the race in 2016, will be absent, with the soft and the medium joined by the purple-coloured ultrasoft.Championship leaders Mercedes and Ferrari have opted for ...

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The Red Bull driver has the fewest soft tyres of anyone, with just seven of the yellow-walled Pirellis in his Silverstone allocation. Verstappen has augmented his choice with four sets of mediums and two sets of the blue-walled hard.He will have one fewer set of softs than his fellow frontrunners, with the majority of the rest of the grid opting for nine or 10 sets of the most grippy ...

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