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Written by @Damien_Marquez   
Monday, 05 January 2015 06:20

Hello and welcome to 2015!

We're only 4 weeks away from winter testing and it won't be long before we go racing at the Albert Park in Melbourne. Here's the link to the revised and expanded guide:
http://grandprixadvisor.com/index.php/circuit-guides/formula-1/australia-melbourne.


Lewis Hamilton in Australia - Image: MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team

As the new year starts, we thought it was time to stop and reflect briefly on the yearly statistics of the GrandPrixAdvisor.com. In 2014, we had:

  • 74,000 visits or some 200 per day on average
  • 318,000 pages viewed - that's over 4 per visit
  • 2,050,000 hits

The country from which people read this website the most is the UK. Australia, where this site is hosted and maintained, is in second place, followed by the USA to round up the podium. Visitors from these three countries have accessed more than 100,000 pages alone in 2014.

 
Written by @Damien_Marquez   
Saturday, 29 November 2014 14:12

The 6 Hours of São Paulo is the penultimate round of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). It takes place on the 28-29-30 November at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace in Interlagos. The circuit will be undergoing an upgrade in 2015 and this will be the last opportunity to attend this event until at least March 2016, the slot the promoter is trying to secure for their return on the calendar.

Anthony Davidson and Sebastien Buemi may have already clinched the driver's championship at the last round in Bahrain, but the manufacturer's title is yet to be decided as Audi still has a mathematical chance of retaining it. That said, Toyota only needs an eigth place if Audi scores a one-two. However, anything is possible in Interlagos when factoring in the unpredictable weather at this time of the year.


PHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI for FIAWEC.COM

The Porsche prototype cars have also steadily improved since the 24 hours of Le Mans last June. Mark Webber is a bit of a specialist here having won the Brazilian GP twice and the team will be looking to score their first win on the year of their return to the LMP1 category. Expect the locals to support Lucas di Grassi in the Audi #1 car who'll be flying the flag for Brazil as well as Fernando Rees in the GTE-Pro Aston Martin. The event will also mark Tom 'Monsieur Le Mans' Kristensen's last race.

 
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