Champ Car, el campeonato de monoplazas más espectacular (tema ilustrativo)

Tema en 'Foro General BMW' iniciado por Jimi Hendrix, 13 May 2006.

  1. Jimi Hendrix

    Jimi Hendrix Guest

    Se podría decir que es como la F1 a la antigua usanza.


    Mismo motor para todos los monoplazas, un Ford Cosworth 2.65 V8 Turbo que utiliza el metanol como combustible y rinde unos 750 cv

    0-60 mph: 2.2 s
    0-100 mph: 4.2 s
    Vmáx: Apróx. 385 km/h

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    En cuanto al chasis hay dos posibilidades a la hora de elegir, Reynard y Lola.

    Circuitos:

    Long Beach (urbano):

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    Monterrey:

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    Milwaukee (oval):

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    Portland:

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    Cleveland (urbano):

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    Edmonton (urbano):

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    San Jose (urbano):

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    Denver (urbano):

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    Montreal:

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    Australia (urbano):

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    Pilotos:

    A.J. Allmendinger

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    · 2004 Roshfrans Rookie of the Year
    · Earned two podium finishes in rookie Champ Car season
    · 2003 Toyota Atlantic Champion
    · 2002 Barber Dodge Pro Series championship

    Sebastien Bourdais

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    · 2004 and 2005 Champ Car World Series Champion
    · Nine Consecutive Top-Five Finishes in 2005
    · First Champ Car Driver in Eight Years To Win IROC Race
    · Won Poles For First Two Races Of Champ Car Career
    · Won FIA International F3000 Championship in 2002

    Dan Clarke

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    Cristiano da Matta

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    • 2002 Champ Car World Series champion
    • Made 28 Formula 1 starts in 2003 and 2004 with Toyota
    • One of three drivers to hold the record for Most Consecutive Wins (Four in 2002)
    • Recipient of the 2002 Driver of the Year award presented by SPEED Channel
    • Ranks Second Among Active Drivers with eleven Champ Car career wins

    Mario Dominguez

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    • 2004 Career best fifth-place finish in Series Championship
    • 2002 Jim Trueman Rookie of the Year Award winner
    • Won first career Champ Car event at Surfers Paradise in 2002
    • Led First Herdez 1-2 Finish With Victory in Miami
    • Won Dayton Indy Lights Debut at Homestead in 1999

    Jan Heylen

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    Bruno Junqueira

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    • Three-time Champ Car Series Runner-up
    • Captured First Career Victory at Road America During Rookie Season
    • Earned First Pole at Nazareth in Third Series Qualifying Attempt
    • 2000 FIA International F3000 Champion
    • First driver since Bobby Rahal to win races in each of his first five years in Champ Car

    Katherine Legge

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    · First female driver to run full-time in Champ Car World Series
    · Scored victory in first Atlantic race, Long Beach, 2005
    · First female driver to win a major open-wheel race in United States
    · Third in 2005 Champ Car Atlantic Championship standings

    Nicky Pastorelli

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    Nelson Philippe

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    · Won Bosch Most Improved Driver Award in 2005
    · Youngest driver ever to start a Champ Car race
    · Four top-10 finishes in rookie season
    · Scored podium finish in Barber Dodge Pro Series event in Vancouver, 2003
    · Won Rock Island GP Pro Shifter ‘King of the Streets’ title in 2002

    Will Power

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    · Top-10 finish in just his second Champ Car start, 2005
    · Two victories in World Series Powered by Renault Championship, 2005
    · 2003 Formula Holden Champion
    · Second in 2001 Formula Ford National Championship

    Andrew Ranger

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    ·Youngest-ever driver to earn a Champ Car podium, Monterrey, 2005
    · 2004 Toyota Atlantic Rookie-of-the-Year
    · Scored a podium finish in his first-ever Toyota Atlantic start
    · 2003 North American Fran-Am Pro Champion
    · 2002 Canadian Formula A Karting Champion

    Oriol Servia

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    • Scored first Champ Car win with victory in Montreal, 2005
    • Finished a career-best second in championship in 2005
    • Gave Dale Coyne Racing its first podium since 1996 with third-place run at Laguna Seca, 2004
    • 1999 Dayton Indy Lights Champion

    Alex Tagliani

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    · Finished career-best seventh in 2004 and 2005 championship standings
    · Scored first Champ Car victory with win at Road America, 2004
    · Helped Canada to win consecutive Nation’s Cup victories in 2003-04
    · Finished among top five in Toyota Atlantic Championship standings from 1997-99

    Paul Tracy

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    • 2003 Champ Car World Series champion
    • Champ Car leader among active drivers in wins (30) and poles (25)
    • Leader among active drivers in laps led with 4,184
    • Four-time winner of Grand Prix of Long Beach

    Jimmy Vasser

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    • 1996 Champ Car World Series champion
    • One of 14 drivers to make 200 career Champ Car starts
    • Winner of fastest race in Champ Car history (Fontana, 2002, 197.995mph)
    • Holds series record for most consecutive starts (210)

    Justin Wilson

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    · Scored first Champ Car win in Toronto, 2005
    · Scored front-row grid position in just his fifth Champ Car start
    · Won from pole in Mexico City in 2005 finale
    · 2001 FIA International F3000 Champion
    · Made 16 Formula 1 starts in 2003 with Minardi and Jaguar

    Charles Zwolsman

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    • 2005 Champ Car Atlantic Championship Champion
    • 2005 Champ Car Atlantic Rookie of the Year
    • Scored three Champ Car Atlantic wins during his rookie season
    • Made his first Champ Car start in 2005 at Mexico City

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    Videos:

    C.da Matta On-Board (Long Beach)

    http://rapidshare.de/files/20386029/Long_Beach.avi.html

    Continuará....(o eso espero)
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    Lo único que no me convence son los circuitos. Las carreras son bastante entretenidas (El invento del Power to pass lo podrían aplicar a la F1)

    A ver cuando llega el día que los medios de comunicación le hacen justicia a Oriol Servià. :roll:
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    ooooñooo ta buenorra

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    Seguro que son más divertidos que los F1 actuales....
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  7. Jimi Hendrix

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    Lo he puesto aquí pq es donde he visto todos los temas de F1, pero sino es el lugar correcto que lo cambién.
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    Ahi Oriol Servia esta delante, si no me equivoco en el equipo de Paul Newman. Siempre he tenido una dudilla, en una carrera entre un Champ o un Indy (no se cual de los 2 tira mas..) y un F1 cual ganaria??????
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    Interesante info...debe ser muy interesante y competitivo aunque se pueda perder un poco el encanto de la competitividad entre marcas/escuderias

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