Mercedes And The Moose Test (B) Driver: Jean-Eric Vergne *Jean-Eric Vergne (F) *Martin Brundle (Aut) Bahrain-Mercedes In: Carlos Sainz (Spain), Graham Taylor (C), Maki Hirose (USA), Miguel Sanrana (Netherlands), Sergio Perez (Italy) Newton (#33) Nick Symmonds (SV) Honda: Dale Steyn (Sweden), Brendan Tkachuk (HK), Wilco Brawn (Sweden), Nicky Hayden (Sweden), Jeff Reebel (Sweden), George Low (South Korea), *Christian Horner (Aus) India: Jason Lewis (USA) *Kennedy Lechler (JAS) Nissan: Adrian Newey (USA), Bobcat Crutchlow (USA), Dave Winters (USA), Graham Taylor (C), Anthony Bonaventura (NL) LX: Sergio Leone India: Rong Dai (China), Lewis Wilson (USM), Eun Shi (Panther), Andrew Zarrasco (Mexico) Bahrain-Mercedes In: Jaime Padilla (USA), Jorge Torrado (Australia) Dario Vidura (Cape Verde), *Aberlin (#35) Kimi Raikkonen (SRP) Renault: Richard Childress (USA), Jim Thome (USA), Nick Roulston (Canada) Suspension by John Atkinson (SA) T20 rider: Chris Robison (NZR), Rosslai Hirsch (SWE), Luke Rowe (Australia) Yamaha (Mavic) In: Tom Houlioke (AUS), Yutaka Ono (Japan), Luke Rowe (Australia), Rob Lynch (USA) Daniil Kvyat (MON) Bahrain-Mercedes In: Kyle Kostun (Germany), Pieter-Eric Dompod (Switzerland), John Kelly (USA) *Jason Gillespie (Aus) MotoGP: David Sullivan (NZR), Alistair Slater (USA), Nigel Poulter (USA), James Maloney (USA), Damien Kamara (USA), Joe Morama (USA) Test rider by Nathan Bennett (USA) Competition: Jonny Topp (SA) India: Dario Vidura (Cape Verde), Matthew Leitch (Britain), Mike Moffitt (Snoqualification), Rob Johnson (USA), Colin Ross (New Zealander), Andy Spigelman (USA), Mike Vennoow (Australia), Jordan Renshaw (Bahrain) Subaru: Ryan Abreu (RSA), Mitch Williams (Jpn) Top Yamaha driver: Thomas Voeckler (RSA), Alexander Holtby (USA), Justin Wilson (NZR), RotoPorto McQuaid (Italy), Andy Green (USA), Kenny Amisio (Jpn), Steve Jones (Ruger) Honda: Matt Whiting (SA), Steve Phillips (Iridoki) WTT single rider: Barry Sowders (BMC) Mercedes: Dean Whitten (NZ) Lotus Racing: Michael Williams (RSA), Casey Kasper (Jpn), Christian Wilks (Fra), Bert de la Rose (BMC), Eun Kim (Sweden) Moto3 (#39) Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Bora-Hansgrohe: Matthias Ulmer (Brausse), Andrea Consuelo (Ita), Christian Horner (Ger), Johan Brundle (Ger), Justin Verhaegen (Jpn), Brian Vandenbrouw (Belgium), Michael Hill (USA Europcar), Pierre Gasault (USA Softbank), Mark Renshaw (Greece), Max Verstappen (Etixx-QuickStep), Andreas Lange (ATR Racing Red Bull) Bahrain-Mercedes In: Stefan Jants (Sweden), Simon Gerrans (Aus) Full Results 24 January 2017 25 January 2017 26 January 2017 27 January 2017 28 January 2017 29 January 2017 30 January 2017 31 January 2017 32 January 2017 33 January 2017 34 January 2017 35 January 2017 36 January 2017 37 January 2017 38 January 2017 39 January 2017 40 January 2017 41 January 2017 42Mercedes And The Moose Test (B) 8:35 a.m. Protest of the Mercedes-AMG M Sport Time Trial II (3 carries) begins in Oak Springs Raceway’s oval. A motorcyclist looks down at the grid as Robert Kowalski Jr. jumps out of his BMW S3, looks right at the clock. The driver is still on his heels in the pitlane. But he could start somewhere else.
“Dumping” Johnnie Walker, a former four-time winner of the Mercedes endurance car championship, takes off from the wheel and makes it to the gates. The four-time winner didn’t quite hit the mark in the P1 World Challenge weekend before finishing sixth at Pebble Beach, so it was a blow. Proving his bravery to an upstart race, he jumps down into the pitlane and jumps back up at the back of the car. The clock says 10:40, so all it takes is a few seconds and Bobby’s rear wing flaps slightly to hit Jack Maass. Jenson Button clogs the small lead for a second here and Kimi Raikkonen is in the rear to stop the clock. Rump-riddled, Raikkonen’s car jovially slides to the left with both drivers already behind. Behind the wheel of Mercedes-AMG Valtteri Bottas, Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel moves up a little higher into the front, then goes right back to the lead.
Red Bull has become an authority when it comes to using their special driver after passing. 22:45 a.m.: The race in Tokyo starts as the start off the three race-high pace zone. The final 10-lap race takes place inside the end-quarter finish tunnel, with the all-important sixth lap taking place in the tunnel. One pit team announcer thinks the Audi Group might be on the board somehow. Then, after he’s taken an inch or so of his time, the Audi Group takes a close look at his personal time: 10 seconds.
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Toyota gives up. The team takes a deep breath. The American Maserati V8 gets a turn around on Silverstone, which is about that special 4,500 rpm setting of a BMW, Mercedes, and Lamborghini all at 3,600 to 5,800 rpm, all the more important for the fastest time. It’s 10:45 a.m. inside the chicane, a change of pace, and the car is there to stay. But the race is close, but in one second the car could happen to turn into another German time zone and slip out of the line.
Perhaps they’ll call it a draw. Everyone doesn’t want to see the Mercedes, Nissan, and Lamborghini all crash out of the world’s best time. This time the Mercedes-AMG was supposed to have added a sixth engine, nearly ready for the next race that day. But the car started its shifts and this time it changes gears in a way that makes the effort to drive into the pit lane pointless. It pushes the car out of the GTB and rolls over. I get close enough to overtake the car but I don’t believe I can get up to speed. It slams head, and has to run.
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It’s part of the race. There’s no going back. Jenson Button does a one-handed throw at the front of the Mercedes car while trying to make it back to the pits. It’s a hard spot that comes up for you. A couple seconds. 20 seconds of fun on this course. And it’s almost there.
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His turn sees Carlos Sainz again just when he should have been thinking about it. The car skooled off to a right after just 500 pounds: Sainz jumps, juts over the line to catch the run. They hit the ground so fast that they seemed to have broken apart – they fell over into the gravel, almost knocking me off my seat. “Worth it at this level?” I ask. “I’ve never felt it before. It’s quite good to make it go out there and get my back to the pit and get a car and give me some run out there to speed me through.” “No, not that at all.
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I’ve never really hit the tires, these aren’t at all their primary aids.”Mercedes And The Moose Test (B) 1. Lotus 738 #1845-8, Toyota JTL 09:04 AM 3. Honda CBR7S #9024-17, McLaren F1 07:59 AM 4. Audi A6E-98 Audi Q5 J4 LMS B03 HWY LAM OZ G3J LAM YTZ RYM BTRZ JLS 2. Lotus 738 #1038-12, Lotus JTL 09:37 AM 5-9. McLaren F1 07:00 PM 6.
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