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11 September 1976 (42)
Antônio Pizzonia (11 September 1980)

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about Tomáš Enge

Tomáš Enge (Czech pronunciation: [?toma?? ?????]) (born 11 September 1976) is a professional racing driver from the Czech Republic, who has competed in many classes of motorsport, including three races in Formula One.


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2001 Jean Alesi
Gastón Mazzacane
Luciano Burti
Heinz-Harald Frentzen
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Ocon and Leclerc came up through the karting ranks together, and the Force India driver sees the promotions of the Monegasque driver from Sauber to Ferrari and Pierre Gasly from Toro Rosso to Red Bull Racing as symbolic of a changing of the guard in F1. “I think Charles will fight for the title next year, for sure,” he said. “At least it won’t be a surprise to me. “You will see ...

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The progress has given the team a strong foundation ahead of the arrival of current Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen in 2019. Sauber's technical director Simone Resta is now well established, and the signs are promising for its future judging by the rate of development the team has had this year. Sauber C37 new bargeboads comparison, captioned Photo by: Giorgio Piola The team has ...

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After a lacklustre start to the campaign that has left Williams at the bottom of the constructors' championship, the outfit is seeking answers for the aerodynamic problems that have hit its 2018 F1 challenger.Read Also:How to turn things around at McLaren and WilliamsFor Lowe, who joined Williams at the start of 2017 after a title-winning spell at Mercedes, the exper ...

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The Milton Keynes-based team announced last month that it would be ending its long partnership with Renault to switch to Honda engines from 2019.Although such a scenario could have led to Renault holding back on its upgrade plans with Red Bull now that they are not continuing, Horner suggests that the French car manufacturer appears to be as committed as ever.“I think the fact that ...

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With the FIA continuing its push to try to improve overtaking opportunities, a third DRS zone will be added along the start-finish straight at Silverstone this weekend.Its location is especially intriguing because, with the first Abbey right-hander and the following Farm left hander both being flat out on low fuel, it means drivers will have the option of keeping their DRS open ...

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Featuring four braking zones defined as 'hard' by Brembo – Turns 6, 8, 10 and 13, and further three braking events – two medium and one light – while almost a quarter of the lap time is spent slowing the car.Although mechanically the operation of F1 brakes remains broadly the same, the systems have evolved significantly over the past 20 years to deal with the challenge of a circuit ...

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Ricciardo ran into the back of Verstappen under braking for the first corner in Baku, with Red Bull scorning both drivers for their roles in the collision, and the FIA giving both a reprimand.Brawn, speaking in his post-weekend debrief released by F1, stopped short of apportioning blame for the crash."I don't want to comment on who might be held responsible or how a team should ...

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Mercedes was first to hit the track in pre-season testing at Jerez at the start of the V6 turbo hybrid Formula 1 era in 2014; it has remained one step ahead since.Pre-season testing suggests that a fifth consecutive drivers' and constructors' championship double, one that would elevate it to the same statistical dominance as the Ferrari supremacy of 2000-04, is eminently ...

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Mercedes technical director James Allison said on Wednesday that there is “no doubt” Red Bull has re-emerged as a title threat after it lagged behind both Mercedes and Ferrari in 2017. It follows Daniel Ricciardo’s unofficial lap record around the Barcelona track, which was bettered by nearly a full second by Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel on Thursday, the penultimate day of pre-season ...

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The RS18, sporting a revised livery that features more black than yellow, is the third offering from the French manufacturer since it returned as a works team in 2016.It will be driven by Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz, who joined the team with four races to go in 2017 ahead of a full-season tilt this year.Renault improved from ninth in the 2016 constructors' championship to sixth ...

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The duo have been paired up at Red Bull since Verstappen was promoted from junior squad Toro Rosso to the senior team ahead of the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix, which he won.Previously, Ricciardo raced alongside Sebastian Vettel, whom he beat in the drivers' standings in 2014, Daniil Kvyat, Jean-Eric Vergne, Narain Karthikeyan and Vitantonio Liuzzi in an F1 career that began at HRT before ...

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The Faenza-based squad will use the Japanese power units from next year after having used the Renault engines during 2017.The different locations of the turbo compressors meant that fitting the Honda is not a straightforward swap into a car that was originally being designed around the French engine.McLaren, which will switch from Honda to Renault engines, faces the same challenge in ...

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At the end of the first lap, the top 10 was: 1 Valtteri Bottas, 2 Lewis Hamilton, 3 Sebastian Vettel, 4 Daniel Ricciardo, 5 Kimi Raikkonen, 6 Max Verstappen, 7 Nico Hulkenberg, 8 Sergio Perez, 9 Esteban Ocon, 10 Felipe Massa - with Fernando Alonso tagging along in 11th.Then look at the end of the race and the gaps between them:Bottas - 3.9 seconds - Hamilton - 15.4s - Vettel - 26.0s ...

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The Frenchman announced back in May that he intended to stand for another four-year term, having first taken up the role back in 2009.With a November 17 deadline for rival candidates to put themselves forward having passed with no one expressing interest, however, it is now a formality for Todt to win the election.The FIA General Assembly will now ratify Todt's continued role as ...

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With the season nearing its end, and Renault's factory focus on developments for 2018, it has elected against producing any brand new parts for the final races.Instead, it has adopted a policy of using reconditioned items to get it through the final events of the year – as well as instructing its teams to turn down their engines to help reliability.But with items on the edge, there ...

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For the Mexican GP it handed its latest upgrade package to the local hero Sergio Perez, as the Mexican was tasked with evaluating the parts during Friday's first practice session before Esteban Ocon joined in and applied the upgrade for FP2.  ...

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With little having separated Mercedes and Ferrari in pace terms this year, the campaign has swung heavily in Lewis Hamilton's favour after a run of bad races for Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari.Vettel's crash in Singapore, plus engine problems in Malaysia qualifying and the Japanese Grand Prix, have left him 59 points adrift in the standings and his title hopes all but over.But however ...

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