Robert Kubica Formula 1
Robert Kubica Robert Kubica (born December 7, 1984 in Cracow) - A Polish racing driver who won the title in the World Series for Renault in 2005. In 2006 Kubica was competing in Formula 1 for BMW Sauber. Since 2010 Kubica is racing for Renault team. Kubica is the first and the only Pole in history who has competed in Formula 1. He also stood on the top of the podium at the Grand Prix Formula 1 .
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F1 Drivers Jenson Button Great Britain Lewis Hamilton Great Britain Michael Schumacher Germany Nico Rosberg Germany Sebastian Vettel Germany Mark Webber Australia Felipe Massa Brasil Fernando Alonso Spain Rubens Barrichello Brasil Robert Kubica Poland Nico Hulkenberg Germany Witalij Pietrow Russia Adrian Sutil Germany Vitantonio Liuzzi Italy Sebastien Buemi Switzerland Jaime Alguersuari Spain Jarno Trulli Italy Heikki Kovalainen Finland Sakon Yamamoto Japan Bruno Senna Brasil Nick Heidfeld Germany Kamui Kobayashi Japan Timo Glock Germany Lucas di Grassi Brasil Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel
F1 Teams Mercedes MGP W01 Red Bull Red Bull RB6 McLaren McLaren MP4/25 Ferrari Ferrari F10 BMW Sauber BMW Sauber C29 Williams Williams FW32 Renault Renault R30 Force India Force India VJM03 Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR5 HRT F1 F110 Virgin Racing VR-01 Lotus T127 Ferrari Force India
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History of Formula 1 Formula 1 (in other words, the Formula 1 World Championship, mistakenly called the first formula, the official abbreviation F1) - carried out regularly (annually) since 1950 as the most prestigious series of international motor racing in the world, also known as Grand Prix racing. This sport originated in Europe, now a global one, organized in Europe, South America, North America, Africa, Asia and Australia. During the season it takes place in a total of ten races (the elimination), or the individual Grand Prix, on separate or on the street circuits specifically designed for this purpose. Formula 1 Rules are governed by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), whose chairman is Jean Todt. For the financial side and the media responsible is Formula 1 Management, whose president is Bernie Ecclestone. Formula 1 is often used incorrectly. Correct terminology has become popular due to the confusion of some sports commentators. Formula 1st (first) is a series of races which have nothing in common with Formula 1
The most interesting F1 tracks Spain - Barcelona 20 - May 22, 2011Track length: 4.655 kmNumber of laps: 66Distance: 307.104 kmYear built: 1991Number of GP games played: 18Track Record: G. Fisichella, Renault R25 2005, 1:15.641Circuit de Catalunya was open in the 1991 season, a year before the Olympic Games in the capital of Catalonia. On the route there are several quick corners. Drivers must visit boxes at least twice due to the rapid wear of the tires. After the tragedy in 1994 one of the high-speed corners was eliminated..
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