#1 -1 over his career in matches under the ligh von lebaobei123 26.03.2019 03:35

Bernie Ecclestone believes F1 can still salvage the good from elimination-style qualifying as chiefs vote on what system is used for the Bahrain GP. F1s new-for-2016 qualifying format was panned by drivers, leading team bosses and fans following its introduction in Australia with pole position settled with four minutes of the final session still to run.Team bosses unanimously voted to revert to 2015s rules from the Bahrain GP during a meeting in Melbourne on race-day morning. However, it has since emerged that the 90-second elimination format could be retained in some form for Bahrain. Sky Sports News HQ understands the Strategy Group and F1 Commission are conducting e-votes on Thursday, with the second vote to take place in late afternoon.The teams are discussing that [qualifying] and they want to go back, Ecclestone told Italys Gazzetta dello Sport.If I were to give an opinion, I would say we will continue with the format from Australia. After a unanimous decision from fans and team principals that it wasnt successful, F1s new qualifying format has been scrapped The F1 supremo added: I am a prudent man, and new things must be tested. The new qualifying caused a bit of shock, but maybe we can salvage the good of the format.One suggestion is for a halfway house solution whereby Q1 and Q2 remain under the new elimination rules while Q3 reverts to the more established format.The idea of stopping the 90-second eliminations after Q2 and running Q3 under the old rules was first floated by team managers during a meeting with FIA race director Charlie Whiting during the second Barcelona test, only for the original idea to be voted through. When is Bahrain GP on Sky? All the times you need for the second race of the 2016 season. Although F1 teams agreed to drop the new format last Sunday, the F1 Commission still has to formally agree to any changes. The World Motor Sport Council would then deliver the final ratification for the new rules ahead of next weeks Bahrain GP. The F1 Commission represents a wider group of interests, including race promoters, sponsors and tyre supplier Pirelli, and team bosses had suggested that promoters had been keen on the elimination system.The Bahrain GP weekend is live on Sky Sports F1. The race begins at 4pm on Sunday April 3, with build-up underway from 2.30pm. Every race live in 2016 Sky Sports F1 brings you every race live in 2016. Fast and easy online upgrade - click here. Also See: Mercedes v Ferrari analysed The F1 Gossip Column Vans Shoes Canada Cheap . Shot outdoors against the stunning backdrop of Banff, Alta., the networks 30-minute original production airs Friday at 8 p.m. ET on TSN2. The four All-Star teams will play for $100,000 in prize money during TSNs annual skins game, airing live this weekend on TSN from The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre. 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Striker Teofilo Gutierrez poked in Colombias second goal from a deflected corner in the 58th and James Rodriguez capped it off with a low shot in stoppage time after a slick backheel flick from Juan Cuadrado.NEW YORK -- When Roger Federer smacked a backhand return winner off his opponents 142 mph (229 kph) serve Friday night, he glanced at the speed readout, just to find out exactly how difficult what hed done had been. Then, later in his 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 victory over big-hitting Sam Groth in the U.S. Opens second round, Federer again checked out the digital display in Arthur Ashe Stadium after getting a 147 mph (237 kph) offering over the net en route to taking that point, too. The 17-time major champion said that while he couldnt know for sure what the precise speeds were, hes usually pretty good at guessing. "Im aware of every serve, how hard it is after the point when he goes big, because I think its interesting and I want to see," Federer said. "Sometimes I feel it, as well. Im like, That felt like 138, and it might be just a couple off. Its the same with my own serve. I can judge it probably (within) a few miles an hour." A reporter jokingly asked Federer whether his eyes were open when he got his backhand on the fastest serve of the match. "Got to check the replay. Im not sure. It was maybe one of those moments," Federer said with a laugh as he shut his eyes and pantomimed stretching out his right arm in hopes of making contact with the ball. Easy to have fun after an easy victory, right? In the third round, Federer -- who has won five titles at the U.ddddddddddddS. Open -- will face 42nd-ranked Marcel Granollers of Spain. The second-seeded Federer improved to 54-1 in second-round Grand Slam matches; the only loss came at Wimbledon last year. Hes also now 24-1 over his career in matches under the lights in Ashe. "I was trying not to get caught up in the whole Roger act out there. You walk out, you get a few cheers. He walks out and the crowd goes ballistic," Australias Groth said. "So from the word Go, you know hes there." Doing an impressive job of handling the 104th-ranked Groths powerful serves, Federer limited him to eight aces and broke him five times. During his on-court interview, Federer was asked about dealing with such fast-moving serves and he said, kiddingly, "My arms still vibrating a little bit." Federer also produced a highlight-reel shot in the second sets final game, closing a 17-stroke exchange by sliding to his backhand side, stretching and flicking a high-arching lob that landed in. Federer raised his right hand overhead and wagged his index finger in a "No. 1" gesture. "I knew I was playing Roger Federer," Groth said. "I was pretty nervous probably all day." ' ' '

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