McLaren has prepared a recap video with the best moments of the season MP4-12C GT3 which got 19 wins in the first year of participation in the games.
For 2013, McLaren plans to build more race MP4-12C while already prepared the revised package that fits in the regulations that will apply the new year. The package consists of new aerodynamic package reduces understeer, upgraded ECU and new posts.
In the old Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson in a commemorative event for the 20th birthday Countach, had the opportunity to drive all models of Lamborghini. Started by Miura, and led the Countach, and Diablo, and the LM002 and unique off-road car Lamborghini.
The most most interesting and innovative racing car of recent years is by far the Nissan Deltawing, after the unlucky moment on the 24-hour race of Le Mans, managed to finish in 5th place in the race Road Atlanta.
There was Chris Harris of "Drive" where he had the opportunity to test drive the race car...
Top ten list, based on my point of view. I couldn`t find YouTube link for #5 and #2. Enjoy the video....
10. Vettel on Rosberg, Australia.
09. Grosjean in Hamilton, Valencia.
08. Vettel to Webber, Belgium.
07. Kobayashi in Button, Barcelona.
06. Alonso on Webber, Abu Dhabi.
05. Hamilton at Ricciardo and Vergne, Barcelona.
04. Massa in Senna, Singapore.
03. Raikkonen to Schumacher, Brazil.
02. Hulkenberg in Hamilton and Grosjean, Korea.
01. Raikkonen to Schumacher, Belgium.
Bernd Mayländer, the driver behind the wheel of the safety car in Formula 1 speaks in a barn on the history of the safety car, starting from the CLK55 1999 to this year's SLS AMG.
This year season of Formula 1 was completed two weeks ago with Sebastian Vettel be crowned for the third straight year world champion.
Now that the celebration dust has fallen, here is a great video that describes in a narrative way, the best championship of Formula 1 in recent years since we had on it 6 (six) world champions drivers.
Hopefully the league in 2013, is at least as exciting as it was in 2012.
You need some years and be very fortunate in order make a "name" in the field of race sports and after... the teams and sponsors "pave your streets" with euros and dollars to bring you in their team.
Want to see which racing drivers are those who have the biggest bank accounts?
In the first place by far is of course Michael Schumacher who has reserves of nearly 824 million dollars! In second place far behind the 7-time world champion of Formula 1, the American Dale Earnhardt Junior, NASCAR driver with 300 million in the third Johnny Dumfries, the Scottish former racing driver with 175 million.
Eddie Irvine with 127 million, the Jody Scheckter to 96 million, the Lewis Hamilton by 88 million, the Jenson Button with 85 million, the David Richards with 80 million, the Nigel Mansell with 80 million with ten to Fernando closes Alonso with 80 million dollars and he. Analytical details you can find on Infographic below.