Season 2 – Round 4 – Chinese Grand Prix

Season 2 – Round 4 – Chinese Grand Prix

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Season 2 – Round 4 – Chinese Grand Prix


ASR F1 - Chinese Grand Prix - Qualifying Results
Pos No Driver Team Time Laps
1 3 New Zealand Flouncy Great Britain McLaren 01:36.967 0
2 2 Australia Eradicator Great Britain McLaren 01:37.459 0
3 6 Australia Ghost Great Britain Team Lotus F1 01:37.561 0
4 1 Australia Atomic Lambo India Force India 01:38.595 0
5 4 Australia kikz India Force India 01:38.634 0
6 11 Australia Fredzfrog Italy Toro Rosso 01:48.447 0
ASR F1 - Chinese Grand Prix - Race Results
Pos No Driver Team Time Laps Grid Pts
1 6 Australia Ghost Great Britain Team Lotus F1 00:38:45.657 22 3 28
2 3 New Zealand Flouncy Great Britain McLaren +9.600 22 1 23
3 1 Australia Atomic Lambo India Force India +1:18.200 22 4 17
4 4 Australia kikz India Force India +1:20.300 22 5 13
5 2 Australia Eradicator Great Britain McLaren +1 lap 21 2 14
DNF 11 Australia Fredzfrog Italy Toro Rosso +22 laps 0 6 8
Driver Quotes

"Lambo, I missed you by a cats whisker when you spun out coming third on the last race. Very hair raising. The rest of the race I was just watching the times and making sure Flouncy didn't get within 6 seconds on me. The last few laps I managed to only have all my tyres on orange still, so that was pretty cool. I was trying to find all the wet spots on the road to help my tyres, maybe that worked." - TurrbalTerror - Force India


"I think we were all surprised just how ZERO grip we all had at the start of China, having forgotten the valuable lessons of Melbourne. I was hopeful that I'd just have to keep it on the ice and stay in 1st, but Ghost just shot by me on lap 1 and disappeared into the distance VERY quickly. Props, man, you're a real Senna in the wet. After that fiddled with front wing, engine maps and lines as I went, but Ghost just got further and further away, til, as he was playing strategically (per above post), I simply couldn't get closer than 7-8 seconds." - Flouncy - McLaren


"China was ruined by my start. I tried to take it easy but the wet really caught me out. I lost it on the first corner and then the second and the third. By the time I got going I was a good 20seconds behind 2nd last place (Fred). I managed to catch them pretty easily into fourth but made no impression on Lambo, where the time remained pretty much constant unless someone made a mistake. Every few laps it go up or down by a few seconds. I started Melbourne on inters and that was what China felt like; like I had started that race on inters too! When I switched to in wets @ Melbourne I immediately had more grip and felt like it was dry. I expected pretty much the same behaviour in china. Wrong!" - TurrbalTerror - Force India

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