13-way journey through 10 countries of the 30th WSBK motorbike racing (Part 2)

Regarding the situation of personnel of the racing teams, most of the most notable names of the tournament have found themselves a new stop.

Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) and Chaz Davies (ARUBA.IT Racing – Ducati) both have a new 2-year contract from last summer and will continue the new season with the teams they have been attached to from 2015 to the present.

Rea set a new WSBK record with his fifth consecutive championship with Kawasaki in 2019. And in the sixth championship campaign, the British driver will have a new teammate, Alex Lowes, a fellow countryman. have the most successful 2019 season with Yamaha with 9 podiums and 3rd place on the individual standings.

Alvaro Bautista, after a year of disappointing performance at Ducati, decided to join Honda in his second year at the WSBK. In 2020, Honda will return as a factory racing team, supported by HRC with the ambition to win from the first stages. Bautista will be the main driver of the racing team with the second steering wheel Leon Haslam (racing for Kawasaki in 2019), bringing a new color to the tournament.

Bautista switched from Ducati to Honda in hopes of winning the championship

The other place at ARUBA.IT Racing Ducati next to Davies, is a veteran of MotoGP (2008-2018), British driver Scott Redding will have the opening stage of WSBK after winning the British Superbike in 2019.

Toprak Razgatlıoğlu independent race team (Turkey) will be given the opportunity at Yamaha factory team when replacing Lowes. He will accompany Michael van der Mark, creating a youthful squad capable of standing in the top of the next few years.

The last factory team, BMW Motorrad retains their main driver, Tom Sykes after his good results in 2019. Accompanying him in 2020 is Irish steering wheel Eugene Laverty, two names previously used to compete for the WSBK 2013 championship together, and Sykes took the throne. Both will have the opportunity to compete with each other again in the same car next year.

Overall, the picture of the championship race in 2020 will still be the presence of names that have proven their ability in the past year. However, it is impossible not to mention Scott Redding and Ducati, who are considered the “dark horse” of the new season.

I know that the British steering wheel can create waves as what Bautista did in the first half of 2019. Will the 6th championship for Rea and Kawasaki or a new name crowned? Let’s wait for WSBK 2020.

Discover Dakar Rally’s most intense off-road racing race on the planet

The Dakar Rally Prize was once known as Paris-Dakar Rally. This is an endurance race that challenges endurance on complex roads with all kinds of vehicles. The object of participation in the race is also very wide ranging from amateur to professional people.

In particular, the amateur people accounted for 80 percent of the participants in the tournament. Dakar Rally usually lasts 2 weeks with more than 100 miles of road divided into races for teams to complete every day.

In 1977, racer Thierry Sabine got lost in the desert. Fortunately, the sandstorms of the desert were not engulfed, the memories of the desert’s beautiful scenery are deeply embedded in this driver’s memory. After that, he and his like-minded friends deployed the plan for a road racing race with the destination of Dakar.

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By 1978, the Paris Dakar Rally was held for the first time and quickly became the annual all-terrain racing competition. Initially the race started from Paris, through the desert to Dakar, Senegal. Since 2009, due to security threats, the race has been moved to South America, Argentina and Chile.

The participating teams must overcome extremely difficult terrain and must use the right specialized off-road vehicle to win. Every day, riders must cross 800 – 900km of roads with harsh terrain.

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Therefore, riders must use real off-road racing cars with specialized design to cross the road and many challenges at high speed. The traditional racing cars “level” may be forced to leave before going through the fierce race.

Dakar Rally is considered the most fierce and dangerous race in the world because most races have accidents and people are killed. Even founder Thierry Sabine was killed on a rescue plane. Despite the dangers of great danger, Dakar Rally is also an interesting challenge.

The Dakar Rally 2020 race took place for 2 weeks, from January 6 to January 20, 2020 with a length of 10,000 km across 3 countries: Peru, Bolivia and Argentina. More than 500 racing teams competed.

Formula E will surpass F1 from 2040

Formula E electric racing has organized 3 seasons in the most famous cities in the world, is increasingly improving and attracting the audience. Many major car manufacturers have participated in this game such as Renault, Audi and Jaguar. The big guys in Germany, Porsche and Mercedes, are also excited to develop racing cars at the request of this era.

Formula E Holdings has also signed commercial contracts with major partners such as Julius Baer Bank, Allianz Insurance and Visa Financial Group. Famous fashion house Hugo Boss said it will not extend its contract with F1 but will turn to sponsoring Formula E.

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Most recently, ABB’s technology group has become the name sponsor for Formula E. Racing. From the race at Marrakest-Morocco to the present, the title of the race will be the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. To get his name on the prize, ABB had to pay Formula E Holdings an amount of $ 15 million a year for five years.

Before the development of this new sport, Toto Wolff once said Formula E would quickly become the top speed sport in a short time. Agreeing with the above statement, Agag said:

“I think Formula E will be very big. There may be a few other subjects but Formula E will be a top speed sport because the world at that time only used electricity. If the world doesn’t use electric cars for 20 or 30 years, then we will have a problem. Even if that happens, Formula E is still an exciting tournament.”

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At the end of the 2015 Formula E season, former F1-Virgin-Billionaire president Richard Branson predicted that Formula E would surpass F1 by 2020.

When asked about Branson’s prediction, Agag responded as follows:

“We have never put ourselves in a race against F1. We all like F1, F1 is great. But I also do not object to Branson’s opinion. He is a smart person and in most of his decisions he is right. ”

F1 racing through 7 decades: Aura of legends (Part 2)

1980

Six different champions were honoured in the 1980s, with Alain Prost (France) being the best with 39 (out of 51) winning in 10 seasons. He was also the first person since Brabham (1960) to successfully defend the championship with his second title in 1986.

The rise of Ayrton Senna with 20 victories only in 1985-89 caused Prost to lose the title in 88 but he still won the championship in 89. Another excellent Brazilian driver, Nelson Piquet also recorded get 20 victories and 3 individual championships (1981, 83′, 87′).

1990

When he died in San Marino 1994, Senna had a total of 41 first place in his career, 21 of them in the first 4 years, 1990-93, and won 2 championships in 1990, 1991. Prost retired after 4th throne in 93, and 12 victories in 4 seasons.

It was then that Damon Hill started building a name for himself with Williams. He has won 22 in 8 short career years. But in the end, the most prominent name is definitely Michael Schumacher with 35 victories and 2 titles with Benetton and Ferrari. Yet the most uplifting period of the German legend is still ahead.

2000

The decade began with the victory of Schumacher and Scuderia Ferrari at the first race, the Australian GP 2000, on the road to the championship all season. That signals the years sweeping the race in the next period with the power of the trio Schumacher – team leader Ross Brawn – team director Jean Todt.

German steering wheel gave war horse 56 victories and 5 championships. Fernando Alonso, debuted in 2001 but also won 21 victories and 2 titles for Renault while ‘snowman’ Kimi Raikkonen is no less than 18 times to finish first and crowned in 2007 season – still a personal title Ferrari’s final to date.

2010

Lewis Hamilton only had 11 victories in the period 2010-13 but everything turned 180 degrees when the turbo hybrid era began in 2014. Mercedes rose to become the new power of F1 and Hamilton has been dominating since then. now on. Together, they made 62 stage victories, in 6 years of the 2014-19 championship and the British driver was heading towards the great milestone of 91 victories, of Schumacher.

Prior to Hamilton’s era were four successful seasons for Vettel and Red Bull when Ferrari’s current driver had a total of 48 times in this decade. Nico Rosberg had his first win in Shanghai in 2012, and thanks to “Silver Arrow”, he had 23 victories and more importantly the individual title in 2016, after defeating his teammate Hamilton for promotion. throne and retired shortly thereafter.

The 2020 season will start with a squad that has 11 of the 20 main drivers launch F1 from 2015 to the present. They are the next generation of the tournament and will officially begin the journey to make their mark in F1 history for themselves. The 8th decade of the world’s leading 4-wheel racing race will officially start in less than 2 months.

Saudi women first time racing

Riding the steering wheel on a sleek electric SUV, Reema Juffali was the first woman to compete in a men’s-only race in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia lifted its only ban on women driving in the world last June, as part of Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s policy to liberalize driving. After the decades-long ban was lifted, Juffali, 27.

She became the first Saudi woman to race in the country and was considered by the organizers to be a “VIP” guest driver. She competed in the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy electric car race in Diriyah, near the capital Riyadh.

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“The ban was lifted last year and I never thought I would be racing professionally. But the fact that I am doing that, that’s great,” Juffali said on the blue and black Jaguar I-Pace.

Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki al-Faisal, the Saudi Sports Minister, called this a “turning point” of the Islamic kingdom. “As a professional rider, Juffali will have thousands of people cheering for the competition,” he said.

Juffali first attended racing at the F4 Championship in England in April, just after a year of professional training. But Juffali has had a passion for speed racing since she was a teenager and enjoyed watching Formula One races.

She obtained a car driver’s license while studying abroad in the United States and is now one of the few Saudi women who have a driving license in her home country.

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It is a mandatory requirement to participate in professional races. Even in other countries, only a few Saudi women are racing professionally.

“For many women who don’t have the opportunity to learn to drive, being behind the wheel is definitely scary. For Saudi women, it’s a far-fetched thing,” Juffali explained.

Juffali said she dreams of participating in a one-day race at Le Mans, France, one of the most prestigious and challenging tournaments in the world. In Riyadh, Juffali will compete on par with the professional riders last season.

13-way journey through 10 countries of the 30th WSBK motorbike racing (Part 1)

Besides MotoGP, another 2-wheel drive racing tournament has also received a lot of attention, that is the World Superbike will also have major changes in 2020.

By the end of November, the tournament organizers have confirmed the official schedule for the 2020 season, with 13 races, no increase (decrease) compared to 2019 but there are some changes in destinations. Taking place in 10 countries on 4 different continents, the 2020 season will once again start in Australia at the beginning of March.

The Philips Island racetrack will mark the 30th time in history of organizing a WSBK race, no race in the world has achieved this milestone yet. In addition, there will also be an official test before the final season on February 24-25, 2020.

Philips Island will be the start of the WSBK 2020 season

Two weeks later, the teams will come to the race in Qatar, where all new riders will ‘visit’ at the end of October, with the last race of 2019. Losail racecourse will have 2 consecutive weeks. continue to be busy when organizing 2 tournaments MotoGP and World SBK. The change of Thai GP stage in MotoGP race when moving to March forced this race to break up with WSBK this year.

In addition, the only race in North America at Laguna Seca racetrack, California, USA will not appear next year.

The usual European season starts at Jerez in late March, then returns to Spain twice in Aragon in late May and the first time WSBK goes to the Barcelona-Catalunya racetrack in mid-September. Italy will remain the country with more than one race, with two races at Imola and Misano in about 35 days.

July and August is a break time for riders to take only 2 stages in the first week of the month. The WSBK will return to Germany, but with a new Oschersleben race, the fourth fixed race track in Germany, after Nürburgring, Hockenheimring and Sachsenring.

Oschersleben racetrack (Germany) is the new destination of German GP

September is a sprint stage with 3 races at Algarve (Portugal), Barcelona (Spain) and Magny-Cours (France) in less than 25 days. The season-ending race will take place in South America, with the Argentine GP race at the San Juan Villicum racetrack on October 11, 2020. In addition, the middle of the season will have an official test but the time and place have not been announced.

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F1 racing through 7 decades: Aura of legends (Part 1)

Breaking up with the 2010s with three champions, Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg, F1 is about to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the tournament and enter a new decade with many new things.

So in the past 10 seasons, who is the most successful and reaping the most victories? Let’s take a look at the number of lap victories for each driver in the past 7 decades of Formula 1.

In the past 70 seasons (1018 races), a total of 764 riders participated in an official F1 race. And among them 108 different riders won and 33 have ever won the championship at least once in history. Each period has a few representative names representing each decade, and here are details of each decade.

1950

Alfa Romeo was a dominant force in the tournament’s early years, with the two main drivers Nino Farina and Juan Manuel Fangio competing for the championship in the first season. And the person who crowned the first tuna in history is Farina.

However Fangio then won 4 championships with 3 racing teams (Alfa Romeo, Mercedes and Ferrrari) in 7 years and got 24 stage wins after only 51 stages, the highest winning rate of all time. The second success was Alberto Ascari (Italy), who had 13 first place before his death in mid-1955. Sir Stirling Moss did not have any individual titles but still scored 12 victories between 1955-59 and Farina, retired in 1955 had 5 career victories.

1960

Two championships and 25 times won the stage to help Jim Clark become the most prominent face of this decade before his death at Hockenheim in 68. Graham Hill also won the throne twice as Clark but only accumulated 14 victories.

Jack Brabham (Australia) was the most successful starter with 5 victories in the 1960 championship season, but it took him 6 years to get the next victory. In total, Brabham has 11 times to finish first, balancing the performance of Sir Jackie Stewart, the 7th champion different in this decade alone with the glory in 1969.

1970

It is undeniable that Niki Lauda was the representative name of the 1970s (and part of the 1980s) because of her incredible energy and a burning passion for speed sports despite serious injuries.

Of the 25 victories of the late Austrian driver, 17 took place in the 1970s, with two world championships, and a story of uncompromising competition with rival rival James Hunt. Stewart ranked second with 16 victories with 3 individual titles with Tyrrell and Emerson Fittipaldi (Brazil) ranked 3rd after 14 stage wins.

Car racing is now available for Saudi women after the ban was lifted

Riding the steering wheel on a sleek electric SUV, Reema Juffali was the first woman to compete in a men’s-only race in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia lifted its only ban on women driving in the world last June, as part of Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s policy to liberalize driving.

After the decades-long ban was lifted, Juffali, 27, became the first Saudi woman to race in the country and was considered by the organizers to be a “VIP” guest driver. She competed in the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy electric car race in Diriyah, near the capital Riyadh, on November 22 and 23.

Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki al-Faisal, the Saudi Sports Minister, called this a “turning point” of the Islamic kingdom. “As a professional rider, Juffali will have thousands of people cheering for the competition,” he said.

Juffali first attended racing at the F4 Championship in England in April, just after a year of professional training. But Juffali has had a passion for speed racing since she was a teenager and enjoyed watching Formula One races.

She obtained a car driver’s license while studying abroad in the US and is now one of the few Saudi women who have a driving license in her home country, required to participate in professional races. Even in other countries, only a few Saudi women are racing professionally.

Juffali said she dreams of participating in a one-day race at Le Mans, France, one of the most prestigious and challenging tournaments in the world. In Riyadh, Juffali will compete on par with the professional riders last season.

However, Mr Mohammed also faces criticism surrounding the crackdown on dissidents. Many activists who campaigned for women’s driving rights were brought to trial last year. Some sources claim that they were tortured or sexually interrogated by interrogators, but Saudi officials denied this.

The driving reform has changed many Saudi women, helping them reduce their dependence on private drivers or relatives and seize the opportunity to participate in racing, a tournament that was previously only available to men.

Many people think that only cars with eye-catching colors will attract female drivers. However, the business revealed many “pit” like Chevrolet Camaro or Mustang convertibles are favored by women, despite the launch of the Cherry Red Mini Coopers to target female customers.

Some women are also practicing driving motorbikes at a vocational school in Riyadh, a scene that is still unusual in the oil nation.

More than 500 teams kick off Dakar Rally 2018

Dakar is the most important and difficult demonstration in the world. Organization is really important, and it must ensure health insurance in countries 3, in the heart of the wilderness. How does it work?

Dakar Rally historical pages are still being written in 2018 with challenges taking place along the way from Peru, through Bolivia and to Argentina.

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With 5 test categories for 5 different vehicle categories: motorcycles, 4-wheel terrain motorcycles, cars, XSX terrain vehicles and trucks. More than 500 racing teams participated in this year’s competition, including producer teams as well as freer teams.

The only way to conquer Dakar is to overcome challenges, combining perseverance, spirit of iron will and determination of survival. This year’s route lasted for 2 weeks and spent about 10,000km with extremely difficult terrain.

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In addition to the carefully prepared racing cars with high durability and stamina, going through difficult journeys, the riders must know how to calculate and maintain the optimal strength for each road segment. Depending on the day, the distance and type of terrain will vary, from rugged rocky areas, to sandy deserts, from endurance runs to those that need speed sprinting.

The X-Raid Team is also adding new John Cooper Works Mini racing cars that are much improved compared to previous seasons, expected to make a breakthrough in this year’s tournament.

Blue buttons for direct contact with medical personnel. The yellow button is for alerting headquarters that other competitors are in unimportant situations. Red is for serious condition.

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As we all know, Ford Mustang is one of the symbolic names and became the desire of many generations. Like many other legendary cars, the Mustang Mustang is also a sought-after target of classic car enthusiasts.

Because many Mustangs are worth the equivalent of a huge fortune through the auctions. History has recorded many such cases. In this article, we will review the most expensive Mustangs on the auction floor.