What happened at the 2008 Brazilian GP?
It was the eighteenth and final race of the 2008 Formula One World Championship. Ferrari driver Felipe Massa won the 71-lap race from pole position; this was the last of Massa’s 11 wins….
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Was there ever a Polish Grand Prix?
Is there a Polish Grand Prix? No, there has never been an F1 race in Poland, although the country did hold a non-championship Grand Prix between the years of 1930 and 1933.
Does Poland have an F1 track?
The circuit officially opened on December 1, 1977 and has been a permanent fixture on the Polish racing scene ever since.
Who won Speedway Grand Prix last night?
Patryk Dudek took victory in the Teterow Speedway Grand Prix, as Bartosz Zmarzlik extended his lead in the World Championship with a second-placed finish. Dudek was the outstanding rider all evening, the only one to truly handle the tough conditions, and he powered clear from gate one to take the win in the final.
Who won the 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix?
The 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix (formally the Formula 1 Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2009) was a Formula One motor race held at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo, Brazil on 18 October 2009. It was the sixteenth race of the 2009 Formula One World Championship . The 71-lap race was won by Mark Webber, driving a Red Bull – Renault.
Did Glock rule out of the Brazilian Grand Prix?
^ Beer, Matt (11 October 2009). “Glock ruled out of Brazilian Grand Prix”. Autosport.com. Archived from the original on 13 October 2009. Retrieved 11 October 2009.
Who won the F1 World Championship in 2009?
It was the sixteenth race of the 2009 Formula One World Championship . The 71-lap race was won by Mark Webber, driving a Red Bull – Renault. Webber took his second victory of the season, and the second of his career, by 7.6 seconds from Robert Kubica in a BMW Sauber, with Lewis Hamilton third in a McLaren – Mercedes.
How many times has Fernando Alonso won the Brazilian Grand Prix?
The World title had been won at Interlagos for the previous 4 years, with Hamilton, Räikkönen and Fernando Alonso (twice) taking the title. Alonso has never won the Brazilian GP, however, with Juan Pablo Montoya and Massa winning the 2005 and 2006 races respectively.