Monday, February 7, 2011

Formula 1 2011 season

FIA World Council released Wednesday, the official calendar of 2011 Formula 1 season. For the first time in history, will be 20 Grand Prix, and the only big news in India representing a race write articles online for money.
Like this year, the season will begin in mid-March with the Grand Prix of Bahrain and will end in late November with the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos, which thus regains the last place in the calendar for the first time since 2008.

World Forum on Brazilian race reinstated that get used up two years ago for the teams to reduce travel costs between India and Abu Dhabi, countries that are very distant mica.O Another change is that Turkey will host the first European race of the season, replacing the traditional MP in Barcelona, which was moved two weeks later.

The big novelty is the inclusion of India in the competition calendar, so the last six races will be held outside Europe, another premiere for Formula 1.

Instead, the FIA World Council has announced that the number of teams will remain the same, namely 12, pointing out that "none of the candidates did not meet the requirements to be received in the World Championship. " Among the teams who sought a place in Formula 1 in 2011 include the Epsilon Euskadi Spaniards and Italians at Durango, the latter in partnership with former world champion in 1997, Canadian Jacques Villeneuve.

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