Posts Tagged ‘Monza

14
Sep
09

Force India – unexpected and brilliant!

It is as if he was unsure of what the car was really capable of until Fisichella broke Force India’s record of staying behind the pack. Right from the practice sessions at Monza, Adrian Sutil surprised us all with his performance. And to top it all off he went on to finish 4th. Woah!

 

Sutil did us proud!

Adrian Sutil, Force India

When it was time for Vitantonio Liuzzi to get in the car to replace Fisichella, I had my doubts, but I guess he just proved me and a lot of others wrong! Liuzzi went out on to the tracks and drove like he owned it and all I can say is, wow! What a way to make everything of an opportunity!

Whatever the reason be, it sure is good to see Force India making a mark in F1 racing! All in all, Sutil and Liuzzi are definitely going all out and I guess we are just going to have to wait watch what the 2 racers have in store for India and the world!

Singapore just seems to be getting more exciting with every race. The world’s only night race coupled with the best deals that start at Rs.46,660, Singapore gets so much more enticing!

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08
Sep
09

Monza!!

A track with a long history, it is easily one of the most prestigious tracks of the circuit. Those streets have many a story to tell. Its curves being rather dangerous some of the most tragic F1 accidents have taken place on this circuit.

1. 1928 – the death of driver Emilio Materassi and 27 spectators. After which the races were moved to the high-speed track and modifications were made. The races resumed in 1932.

2. In 1933 3 drivers were killed and some major modifications of chicanes and straights were implemented.

3. 1961 Death of driver Wolfgang Von Trips and 14 spectators!

4. There have been constant modifications to the circuit ever since, although drivers still complain that there aren’t enough run-off areas.

It just goes to show, F1 is such a dynamic sport and one must stay on their toes to be up to speed.

Singapore is doing an admirable job as well, to smooth out complaints of the roads being too bumpy and some chicanes being too narrow.

You can actually be up close and personal to all the F1 action at Singapore with the best deals starting from Rs.46,660 and attractive EMI schemes.  So what are you waiting for? Wake up and smell the burning rubber at Singapore!

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