Video: BBC - Hungarian GP - Jenson Button delighted strategy paid off in Hungary

Jenson Button talks to Jake Humphrey, Martin Brundle and Eddie Jordan after a his victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Button was competing in his 200th race in Formula 1 and won after starting third on the grid and coming out on top after a battle with McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton

Source: SixtyBuckss

Helmut Marko comments on Räikkönen rumours

Rumours about Kimi Räikkönen making a comeback to F1 are on again. At paddock there has been rumours Red Bull wants Kimi to Formula 1 with big money. Helmut Marko comments on rumours and says there has been no talk about Kimi.

- We can't comment because there isn't any truth in it. I tell you that for 100 % there are no negotiations. We have a list of drivers and in this list Kimi isn't mentioned. And nobody from us did talked to him, Marko told to MTV3.

The rumours about Kimi coming back to F1 on Red Bull's wheel started when Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel got a team order at British GP. Red Bull told earlier this week Webber's renew is almost ready, and only needs a signature of Webber.

Source: RacingNewsFlash

Casamento em hospital emociona familiares e funcionários

Um casamento realizado no Hospital das Clínicas de Ribeirão Preto neste sábado (30), emocionou funcionários, familiares e, claro, o noivo e a noiva.
Rosycler Neves Nogueira, de 61 anos, portadora de uma doença neurológica degenerativa – ela movimenta apenas o pescoço –, programou o sonho matrimonial com o auxiliar administrativo Luis Antônio de Souza Nogueira, 20 anos mais novo do que ela.
Desde o início das sessões de terapia ocupacional, Rosycler Neves Nogueira manifestou o desejo de oficializar o casamento. Por meio de uma prancha de comunicação, ela passou para a equipe médica como gostaria que fosse a cerimônia.
A terapeuta ocupacional Leila Aquiles se comoveu com o pedido. “A gente sempre tem projetos com os pacientes. Ter um projeto dessa dimensão, em que eu precisava muito da equipe, do apoio da família, de todo mundo. Foi muito bom”, disse.
O casal está junto há 25 anos.

Jovem morre após carro capotar por 250 metros e pegar fogo

Um jovem de 25 anos morreu na madrugada deste domingo (31), após capotar o carro que dirigia na Rodovia Prefeito Antonio Duarte Nogueira, no km 314, em Ribeirão Preto.
Segundo informações do delegado que atendeu a ocorrência, Luiz Geraldo Dias, a vítima, identificada como Guilherme Glavas Gonçalves, retornava de uma festa por volta das 2h20. Ao sair da Avenida João Fiúsa e entrar na rodovia, às 2h30, ele perdeu o controle do Cross Fox e capotou por pelo menos 250 metros. “Acreditamos que ele estava a uns 180 km/h nesse momento”, afirma Dias.
Ainda de acordo com o delegado, um guarda noturno de um condomínio próximo ao local disse ter visto o veículo “voando” e pegando fogo. O jovem foi arremessado para fora do veículo e morreu no local.

Jenson Button's website got hacked

Official website of Jenson Button got hacked last night. The hacker wrote to the site a headline wich told Button was at serious accident and is in critical condition. It was vandalism and Button is fine. The British driver reaches his 200th GP at F1 this weekend.

The headline said Button is in critical condition and he is in the same hospital at Hungary, where Felipe Massa was two years ago after his accident wich happened during Hungarian GP qualifying.

McLaren confirmed soon that Jenson is fine and his website got hacked. Button himself commented this morning on Twitter what happened.

- Morning everyone. I'm sure you've realised by now but someone hacked into my website last night, I'm completely fine and on my way to 200. The guy who did it obviously didn't have any better offers on a Saturday night so stayed home to do that instead. Get some friends, Button commented.

Source: RacingNewsFlash

Lewis Hamilton rues missed opportunity in Hungary

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton rued a missed opportunity after finishing fourth in the rain-affected Hungarian Grand Prix

The 2008 world champion, who led much of the race, pitted six times, including a drive-through penalty.

"I was struggling a lot with the graining on my left front tyres," said Hamilton. "I don't know whether that was my fault, pushing too much.

"We would have liked a one-two. I let the team down a little bit but we will be back."

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel made a clean getaway from pole to stay ahead of Hamilton, however, the McLaren driver was clearly the faster of the two in changeable conditions.

Hamilton passed Vettel on lap five after the German ran wide at Turn Two and began to build a lead at the front.

But his decision to pit for more option tyres on lap 41, when his rivals - including team-mate and eventual race winner Jenson Button - chose the primes, proved to be the wrong one as he would have to stop again.

When the rain came, Hamilton decided to switch to intermediates, but the wet weather didn't last and he was forced to make a fifth stop for the primes.

"We were having radio issues," added Hamilton. "I could hear my engineers but they couldn't hear me.

"I heard them say it was going to rain and it was already spitting so we opted to go for the wet tyres. It wasn't necessarily the best call, but that's motor racing."

A drive-through penalty, for forcing Paul di Resta's Force India off track after a spin, dropped him further back, but his fresher tyres helped him to pass Red Bull's Mark Webber for fourth.

"My left front tyre was pretty worn so I went a bit wide, came out of the chicane and spun which is very, very rare for me. I think it's one of the first times I've spun," said Hamilton.

Reflecting on the Button's win, Hamilton added: "Jenson was pushing me hard the whole race and the better man won today.

"For us to have been the most competitive cars this weekend means we go into the break in good spirits."

Source: BBC Sport

Alonso: A great month for Ferrari

Having achieved his fifth podium finish in six grands prix, Fernando Alonso reckons Ferrari are looking good for the second part of the season

After a trying start to the Championship, which resulted in wholesale changes within the Scuderia, Ferrari and Alonso have come good in recent races.

The Spaniard has bagged five podium finishes in six races and achieved his fourth successive top-three result in Hungary on Sunday afternoon.

Starting the race from fifth on the grid, Alonso made the most of the changing conditions to work his way up into third place, adding a further 15 points towards his title campaign.

"I think we are confident we can do a good second part of the Championship," he said. "The car has improved a lot, we are fighting for podiums, pole positions.

"July was a fantastic month. I am the driver who scored the most points in July, in three different conditions, at three different tracks. The team did a step forward and McLaren also did a good step forward so competition is quite fun.

"Unfortunately it was not very hot in July. We love high temperatures so hopefully August and September will be better for us."

As for Sunday's grand prix, the double World Champ will probably wonder about what could have been had he not been bogged down at the start, losing places to both Mercedes GP drivers before coming up behind Mark Webber.

"I think in these type of conditions the race is very, very long - you need to be always focused with so many pitstops and so many weather conditions," he said.

"The start did not go as predicted, both Mercedes GP cars overtook us at the start, so I had to overtake Nico (Rosberg) and Michael (Schumacher) then with pit stops I was stuck behind Webber.

"After that I was able to push with free air, and was quite quick, but for the first 20 laps we were behind Mercedes and Mark."

Source: Planet-F1

Vettel: The win was within reach

Sebastian Vettel feels the Hungarian Grand Prix race win was within his grasp, but a problem with his brakes prevented him from pushing too hard

The defending World Champion started Sunday's race at the Hungaroring in pole position but he slipped to P2 behind Lewis Hamilton as he struggled on the wet track. Things didn't get much better after the second round of pit stops as he dropped to fourth behind the two McLarens and his team-mate Mark Webber.

However, the move to put him on super soft tyres for his last stint, as well as the decision not to bring him in for a change to intermediate tyres, paid off for the German and he was able to move up to P2.

"I was struggling a bit in the first stint with the intermediate tyres, Lewis (Hamilton) was a bit faster, then I lost it down into Turn 2," Vettel said after the race. "I lost the lead and obviously the circuit was drying, so we maybe could have come in a lap earlier.

"On the super soft tyre I was feeling quite good initially but there was quite a lot of drop off, I think it was the same for all of us with the track being quite green. I think both times I would love to have pitted one lap earlier, although it was quite fun to see the McLaren's very close again. But then in the last stint, I had to let Jenson go."

Vettel finished just 3.50 seconds behind Button in the end, but he says he couldn't push any harder as he had a problem with his brakes.

"I felt that I had a bit more speed in the car but I had a couple of problems with the brakes and it was difficult to know how the car would be at the end. I couldn't push as hard as I would like to, second today is an important step, but I think the win was within reach today and we didn't get it.

"We need to work hard because both of the McLarens are very, very strong in all sorts of conditions, so it's clear now for a couple of races that they have done a step forward. We need to make sure that we come back, definitely."

Source: Planet-F1

Video: BBC - Hungarian GP - Press Conference Top three drivers

McLaren's Jenson Button gives his reaction after victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari's Fernando Alonso.

Button's second victory of the 2011 season comes on the occasion of his 200th grand prix.

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Button Marks His 200th GP With The Win

Jenson Button won an action-packed and extremely intriguing Hungarian GP to celebrate his 200th grand prix start in style

The two McLarens immediately took the fight to Sebastian Vettel as the race got underway on a damp track with all the drivers on intermediate tyres.

However, it was Lewis Hamilton who had the edge, overtaking Vettel before putting in fastest lap after fastest lap to build up a lead.

And although there was plenty of action and overtaking behind the race leader, it was the tyres and a few spots of rain that eventually decided the outcome.

With Hamilton, Button and Vettel on track to make up the podium, Hamilton slipped up on a few drops of rain.

That put him into a spin, put Button right on his rear wing, put him into the pits for inters, put him back into the pits for dries when it became apparent there was barely any rain and again put him into the pits for a drive-through penalty for correcting his spin when there was traffic coming up behind (Paul di Resta had to leave the track to avoid Hamilton).

It also put him off the podium, freeing the track up for Button to take his second victory of the season.

Vettel finished in second place while Fernando Alonso got to complete the podium despite running off the track at least three times and having a spin.

01. Button McLaren-Mercedes 1h43:42.337
02. Vettel Red Bull-Renault + 3.588
03. Alonso Ferrari + 19.819
04. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes + 48.338
05. Webber Red Bull-Renault + 49.742
06. Massa Ferrari + 1:17.176
07. Di Resta Force India-Mercedes + 1 lap
08. Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1 lap
09. Rosberg Mercedes + 1 lap
10. Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1 lap
11. Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari + 1 lap
12. Petrov Renault + 1 lap
13. Barrichello Williams-Cosworth + 2 laps
14. Sutil Force India-Mercedes + 2 laps
15. Perez Sauber-Ferrari + 2 laps
16. Maldonado Williams-Cosworth + 2 laps
17. Glock Virgin-Cosworth + 4 laps
18. Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth + 4 laps
19. D'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth + 5 laps
20. Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth + 5 laps

Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 56
Schumacher Mercedes 27
Heidfeld Renault 24
Trulli Lotus-Renault 18

Source: Planet-F1

A Policia prendeu os bandidos que roubaram no Jd. Mariana

Bandidos renderam mulher no Jardim Mariana e depois foram presos no Conjunto Roberto Romano
Na noite deste sábado (30), dois homens assaltaram uma residência na rua Lázaro Alves Meira Sobrinho, no Jd. Mariana. M.M , de 49 anos, estava chegando em sua residência quando foi abordada por dois homens armados. Os bandidos levaram pertences pessoais, R$3 mil reais e fugiram no veículo Honda Fit de M. O carro foi encontrado carbonizado no km 135 da rodovia SP-304.

Após ser acionados, os policiais saíram à procura dos criminosos. Por conta da descrição fornecida pela vítima, os policiais foram ao Conjunto Roberto Romano à procura de Luís Fernando Bispo dos Santos, de 19 anos, cuja descrição batia com o relato de Magali. Encontrado, o suspeito confessou a autoria do crime, e indicou onde os pertences roubados estavam sendo guardados.

Após isso, Luís delatou Cláudio Zeferino da Silva Júnior, de 25 anos, que foi reconhecido pela vítima. Na residência de Cláudio foram encontrados diversos objetos, réplicas de arma e cartuchos de munição calibre 38. Os policiais prenderam os acusados em flagrante. A ocorrência foi registrada no Plantão Policial de SB.

Räikkönen's perfomance was praised by experts

Räikkönen is not considered to be any morning person but this time he started very flashy both on Friday and especially on Saturday.

On SS17 the Citroën bumped into a stone and crashed with the rear first in a wooden fence.

– The front bumper was twisted and the air started going under it. When I went a little bit faster, the front started to go in every direction and didn't want to stay on the track anymore. There was no sense in driving fast when the front went in every direction, Räikkönen said.

However the perfomance was classy. Appreciation for Räikkönen only grew bigger in experts minds.

– Of course as a Finnish viewer I would rather see Kimi going on with winning in F1, but things are like this now. Kimi is in a position where he can drive whatever he wants. He wants to drive rally and everybody knows that that boy controls cars. He will improve as a rally driver when he learns the notes so that he gets everything he wants out of them, Lasse Lampi thought.

– One shouldn't look at it so that one only stares on positions and says, oh, Kimi is 8th again. I observe Kimi's driving in a completely different way and I think his performances are better than I could have expected, Rauno Aaltonen said.

– Kimi shows a good control of his nerves and mind when he stays on the road. Rally on this level is in any case a battle and when you are on the limits, the marginal for making mistakes is always bigger. I take my hat off for Kimi.

Aaltonen wondered over Olivier Quesnel's statement that spread on the websites, about him being disappointed with Kimi's pace.

– I think it was a wrong verdict. One has to understand that people drive on different stages with different speed. A human being isn't a machine. For some a fast road is good, some again are at their best on very curly roads. It depends completely on motor function, the muscle's function and the way one thinks about where to look, Aaltonen said.

Turun Sanomat, Jyväskylä


Courtesy: Nicole

Sebastian Vettel F1 Blog: Hungaroring | 'An amazing result!

Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel put the disappointment of last week firmly behind him by grabbing pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Saturday

by Sebastian Vettel on Jul 31, 2011

What an amazing result! Especially after the not so perfect days of last week – the pole position is something really special for us. I just feel really comfortable here and I guess that's one of the most important things. Once the feeling is right, everything comes in time.

After Friday night's hard work it just went better right from the start on Saturday. We thought that we could do well in qualifying, but being on pole made our day even better. Sure, it was really tough at times, especially with the McLarens on form, but right now we're just happy that we did a great job today.

'The pole position is something really special for us'

Today's pole is kind of a reward for the team's hard work – some of them stayed until the early hours of the morning. I'm just incredibly glad to have them and very proud of their performance.

Besides the tyres, we should also be aware of the constantly changing wind conditions. The winds are really strong and sometimes you kind of get a push from behind or from the sides. Luckily we have a lot of flags beside the track so we can be sure of the winds.

I know that my official home race was last week, but this one in Hungary has a similar feeling because of the closeness to Austria. There are a lot of fans who come to the track and support us with their signs and flags. We're really lucky to have them and we'll be even more motivated tomorrow!

Talk to you later!


Source: Red Bull

Mais um roubo no Jardim Mariana deixa moradores preoculpados

Na noite deste Sábado , no Jardim Mariana, em Santa Bárbara d´Oeste mais uma casa foi roubada , segundo informações foram levados , veículos , documentos entre outros objetos , o veículo foi abandonado perto do bairro Romano onde os ladrões atearam fogo.A casa assaltada no dia 29 ( Sexta - Feira ) foi novamente assaltada hoje, a policia militar junto com a policia municipal vieram até o local mas ninguém foi preso, os moradores do bairro temem que os bandidos possam invadir suas residências e diz que o policiamento no local é pouco visto.

Kimi is offered both Nascar-races and cars

Todd Hirschfeld, who takes care of Kimi Räikkönen's matters in Nascar-circles was for the first time in a rally.

Several Sprint Cup -cars and budget for Räikkönen in Nascar races could be arranged, for example to Watkins Glen's race in the middle of August. Kimi alone decides what he will do.

Next week Räikkönen will test his Citroën for two days before the next WRC-rally in Germany. It looks like he wouldn't have Nascar-races planned in the near future.

– I don't know, lets see, Räikkönen replied to questions about Nascar-races.

Turun Sanomat, Jyväskylä


Courtesy: Nicole

Petter Solberg and Kimi Räikkönen finish in the points

Petter Solberg and Chris Patterson finished in fifth place in Rally Finland, the eighth round of the FIA World Rally Championship. This result has helped them to consolidate their fifth place in the Drivers’ and Co-Drivers’ ratings. Kimi Räikkönen and Kaj Lindström confirmed their recent improvement in form with a ninth-place finish on home turf after a very promising drive.

Petter Solberg and Chris Patterson were soon among the quickest and took fifth place in the overall classification in the short first leg on Thursday afternoon. The Petter Solberg World Rally Team crew got past Jari Ketomaa and went into fourth behind Loeb, Ogier and Latvala during the long day’s stages in Jyväskylä and Lahti. The Norwegian was always on the lookout to find ways and means of improving his performance till the finish, and he saw the flag in fifth place overall.

“I pushed throughout the whole rally,” said Solberg at the finish. “We tried to improve the car by changing the setup during the weekend, but we were not able to match the pace of the leaders. The result’s rather frustrating. Now, we’re going to concentrate on the next event in Germany on tarmac.”

Kimi Räikkönen and Kaj Lindström, who already showed a promising turn of speed in the previous rally in Greece, confirmed their progress in Finland. The ICE1 Racing driver started his third Rally Finland at a searing pace only a second per kilometre off the reference time, and finished the first leg in thirteenth place. He lost precious time due to a minor error on Friday morning. On the way back to Jyväskylä he got back into the rhythm and moved up to twelfth. Iceman’s confidence was now at full boost, and he upped the pace even further in the home stretch by overtaking his nearest rivals and finished in ninth place.

“These roads are as quick and as difficult as ever,” underlined the Finnish driver. But we still managed to set good times. I’d like to thank the many spectators who cheered us on during the weekend. We were able to maintain a good pace throughout the whole rally despite a few minor mistakes. It’s encouraging for the rest of the sea

With both Citroën DS3 WRCs at the finish, Benoit Nogier, the Citroën Racing Technologies team manager, was pretty satisfied with the team’s overall performance in Rally Finland: “Kimi’s made a lot of progress since last season. He’s showing promising steadiness and he’s on the right track. Above all, he’s now getting used to finishing the rallies in the points. It’s both satisfying and very encouraging. Petter Solberg’s rally is more disappointing as he lacked speed. We’ll have to analyze what happened to find out why we were slower than the front-runners. He’ll have the right equipment to shine on tarmac in Germany.”

Source: Citroën WRC

Walcyr Carrasco defende Sandy após polêmica sobre sexo

Walcyr Carrasco saiu em defesa de Sandy após a declaração da cantora que é possível ter prazer anal a Playboy.“O público fica nervoso porque Sandy cresceu. Cada vez que a pobre Sandy se mexe, todo mundo faz piada. Que surpresa, ela fala de sexo! E de sexo anal! E daí? Sandy não é mais uma adolescente. Pode falar do que quiser, fazer o que quiser. Mas também não precisa sair nua no meio da rua para o público descobrir que ela deixou de ser adolescente e virou uma mulher. Ainda por cima, moderna, que tem opiniões próprias e um projeto de vida”, escreveu o autor em seu blog.

Menina encontra recém-nascida abandonada durante brincadeira

Uma recém-nascida de apenas dois dias foi abandonada na porta de uma casa na Rua Bom Jesus, no Bairro Alto, em Piracicaba, neste sábado (30). Ainda não há informações sobre quem deixou o bebê no local, que ainda estava com a pinça que prende o cordão umbilical. Uma menina de 6 anos, que brincava pela rua, foi quem encontrou o bebê.
“Eu fui me esconder atrás do muro para fazer uma surpresa para a Manu (namorada do pai) e daí achei o neném”, conta a pequena Bianca Ferraz Ribeiro, que confessa ter se assustado a princípio. Se pudesse escolher o nome da menina, a garota já tem na ponta da língua: "Ana Beatriz".
“Ela é morena, de cabelo preto, liso, com uma fitinha e estava domindo. Ela é bem bonitinha”, descreve Bianca, que foi correndo chamar o pai assim que viu o bebê.

“Quando eu fui ver era uma menina que estava toda enrolada em cobertas no chão. Minha pressão caiu, foi uma emoção e tanto”, relata Adriano Ribeiro, de 26 anos, pai de Bianca.
A Polícia Militar foi acionada e em poucos minutos chegou ao local, segundo moradores da rua. “Quando nós constatamos o caso, imediatamente chamamos o Samu para socorrer o bebê”, explica o PM Manhani, que também confessou ter se emocionado. “Em 15 anos de serviço, foi a primeira ocorrência como esta. Não consigo entender um abandono assim”, afirma.
Segundo a técnica de enfermagem do Samu Rita de Cássia Franzin  a recém-nascida estava saudável e aparentemente com fome. “Pode ser que ela não tenha nem tido alta do hospital ainda porque estava com a pinça que prende o cordão umbilical”, explicou Rita.
A criança foi encaminhada para a Santa Casa de Misericórdia e passa bem. Segundo a PM, ainda não há pistas sobre a mãe, que pode responder por abandono de incapaz.
Para a dona da casa onde a criança foi deixada, Ana Maria Demétrio Benatti, o sábado foi marcado por emoções. A primeira foi a de encontrar a criança em seu portão. “Eu sempre tive o sonho de adotar uma criança que fosse deixada para mim”, fala.
A segunda foi quando soube que pequena Bianca escolheria o seu primeiro nome para o bebê. “Parece que fico até sem ar”, desabafa, com os olhos marejados de lágrimas.
O filho, de 30 anos, aprova. “Ah, daí ela não vai ser só minha irmã, mas minha filha, minha sobrinha, vai ser tudo junto”, brinca o publicitário Gabriel Benatti. “A gente sempre vê histórias como essa, mas nunca imagina que vai acontecer com você”, finaliza.
Outro caso
Em março de 2006, outra recém-nascida foi abandonada no cemitério Parque da Ressurreição, em Piracicaba. O bebê foi encontrado dentro de uma caixa de sapatos, em cima de um túmulo, por um homem de 27 anos que tinha ido visitar a lápide de seu pai.
A criança foi adotada por uma família da cidade e, atualmente, os avós brigam na Justiça reaver a guarda da criança que já tem cinco anos.

Vereador de Pitangueiras é preso suspeito de sequestro

Dois homens foram presos suspeitos de envolvimento no sequestro do filho de um empresário de Barrinha. Um deles é o vereador de Pitangueiras, Tiago Bento, que trabalhou por oito anos como locutor na empresa do pai da vítima, de 26 anos. O outro suspeito é o pintor Everton Barbosa.
Os dois prestaram depoimento sobre o caso na delegacia de Pitangueiras, nesta sexta-feira (29). Saíram de lá no fim da tarde sem algemas e foram encaminhados para a cadeia de Jaboticabal. Segundo a polícia, eles são responsáveis por manter o jovem em cativeiro, por sete horas, em uma casa pertencente ao pai de Tiago Bento. Eles responderão por crime de extorsão mediante seqüestro.
A principal evidência é o carro que foi utilizado pelos sequestradores no rapto. A vítima reconheceu o veículo, que passava com frequência em frente às lojas do pai. Além disso, informações do depoimento dos suspeitos coincidiram com as declarações dadas pelo jovem, como o fato de ele ter sido dopado durante o cativeiro.
As caixas de som potentes – para evitar que o refém ouvisse conversas do lado de fora do quarto – e as características passadas sobre um cachorro e um portão da residência também ajudaram nas investigações.

O jovem de 26 anos foi surpreendido por dois homens armados e encapuzados no dia 19 de julho. Ele andava de carro quando foi surpreendido pelos sequestradores – um deles o conduziu até a empresa do pai da vítima em Barrinha, onde abandonou o carro. Em seguida, a vítima foi levada em outro automóvel para o cativeiro. Os sequestradores pediam R$ 1,5 milhão pelo resgate, mas libertaram a vítima assim que souberam que a polícia tinha iniciado as investigações.

Bombeiros resgatam criança que caiu em buraco de 2 metros; veja vídeo

Uma criança de dois anos caiu em um buraco com dois metros de profundidade em um terreno, no bairro Cohab VII, em Sertãozinho.
O acidente ocorreu no início da noite desta sexta-feira (29). Segundo informações do Corpo de Bombeiros, Felipe Daniel Silva estava brincando no local, que está sendo preparado para uma obra.
Durante o resgate, que durou cerca de duas horas, os bombeiros tiveram que cavar um buraco ao lado de onde o menino caiu para salvá-lo. Felipe Daniel Silva foi socorrido para a Santa Casa com ferimentos leves, já recebeu alta e está em casa com a família.

Video: BBC - Hungarian GP - Vettel relieved after securing 'tough' pole

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel dedicates his pole lap to his team after they broke curfew on Friday night to improve the car after they struggled during Friday's practice sessions

Source: SixtyBuckss

Alonso: First row was out of reach

While admitting he could have qualified higher, Fernando Alonso concedes he was never in the running for pole position

The Spaniard secured fifth spot on the grid for Sunday's Hungarian GP, falling behind his team-mate Felipe Massa for the first time this season.

The 30-year-old admits that the result is disappointing but believes that third was the best he could have hoped for.

"It's the same result as a week ago, so yet again today, we're neither surprised nor disappointed," he explained.

"It's true I did not do a perfect lap in Q3 and I'm happy to admit that, but I don't think I could have made it to the front row.

"Third place was within our grasp and it would have been a great place from which to start the race, but others did better than us, including my team-mate who drove a nice lap: it's important that both our cars are in positions from which we can fight for a place on the podium.

"All the same, better fifth than fourth as it means at least I start from the clean side of the track. It seems that when it's time for Q3, Red Bull has a magic button that suddenly makes them go faster, but then it seems the button switches off in the race."

Overtaking at the Hungaroring is always a challenge, a point Alonso does not expect the use of the Drag Reduction System to change, and the Ferrari man believes that pitstops will prove pivotal.

"It's always very difficult to overtake here and I don't think DRS will change that much: maybe a good tow and a gust of wind will be of more use," he said.

"We will try and move up a few places tomorrow: we will need to maintain a good pace, doing a perfect job at the pitstops, of which I think there will be a lot, maybe three or four, because tyre degradation is significant.

"It will also be important to get the timing of the stops right. I reckon anything could still happen: it will be a very open race."

Source: Planet-F1

Button: Will be nice to be able to drive for win from outset

Jenson Button: All in all, I guess I'm pretty happy with P3. I'll start from the clean side of the track, and I'm feeling very positive about the race

Jenson Button has said he is feeling 'very positive' about Sunday's F1 2011 Hungarian GP.

Button has had a bit of a difficult run of late, especially in qualifying, and so he was 'pretty happy' to secure third in his McLaren MP4-26 following the top-ten shootout today at the 2.72 mile Hungaroring.

Furthermore the fact he was only 0.046 seconds off Lewis Hamilton in the sister car in P2, was another very encouraging sign, although admittedly his team-mate did mess up his second lap.

Still it was a good performance and it bodes well for tomorrow, when JB will be out to bounce back from two retirements in succession, both through no fault of his own though it should be added, with a wheel nut problem putting him out at Silverstone and hydraulics sidelining him last weekend in Germany.

“All in all, I guess I'm pretty happy with P3. I'll start from the clean side of the track, and I'm feeling very positive about the race,” Button said.

“Having said that though, after a lap that was as close to pole as mine was today, you always catch yourself thinking that there must have been a little bit here or a little bit there that would have been enough to bridge the gap, which was just two-tenths this afternoon, but to be fair to myself I actually think I drove a pretty decent quali-lap.

“To be honest, qualifying has been a bit of an issue for me recently – and, although I relish attacking any circuit in an effort to make up places on a Sunday afternoon, I guess you're always going to be playing catch-up if you start much farther back than the first two rows.

“So, this weekend, it is very nice to be in a position to drive for a win from the outset, and that's definitely what I will now be attempting to do tomorrow,” he vowed.


Lewis Hamilton: Start will be crucial

With overtaking opportunities at the Hungaroring limited, Lewis Hamilton knows a good start will be vital to his chances of claiming a race win

Hamilton is on a high having won last time out in Germany, and having qualified second in Hungary is in with a shout of claiming back-to-back wins for the first time in 13 months.

However, the Briton is well aware of the importance of being in front at the first corner.

"It's going to be important to start like a rocket man because you can't overtake here, apart from in the pit stops, so it's vital to have an even better start if I'm to win," said Hamilton.

"But I'm not thinking I should have been on pole, although it was a possibility because we've been quick this weekend.

"I knew it was going to be very close, and if I'm honest I knew it was going to be difficult to be ahead of Sebastian.

"But I'm positive ahead of tomorrow. Jenson (Button) qualified third, and he is in a nice sweet spot ready for tomorrow for the start down to turn one.

"I'm just massively happy we're in the fight because not so long ago we were behind the Red Bulls and Ferraris, and now we're splitting them.

"We have both been saying how nice it is to drive the car, and we hope it will continue to be like this for the rest of the season."

Button too heads into Sunday's race feeling positive having secured his best grid position since May.

"Qualifying has been my issue of late, which has made it difficult for the race, so it's nice to be positioned well," said Button.

"When you are that close to the front you have to go for the win," he added.

Source: Planet-F1

Video: Kimi Räikkönen SS22 Power Stage at Neste Oil Rally Finland 2011

Source: Rai 2

Filmes de Harry Potter ultrapassam US$ 7 bilhões nas bilheterias

Cena de 'Harry Potter e as relíquias da morte - parte 2' (Foto: Divulgação/Divulgação)

Os oito filmes de Harry Potter acumularam mais de US$ 7 bilhões de dólares nas bilheterias mundiais, disse a Warner Bros, consolidando seu lugar como série de maior arrecadação na história.
Apesar de o valor total não considerar a inflação, e o número de ingressos vendidos para cada filme ter visto uma tendência de queda, segundo algumas análises, a franquia tem sido um grande sucesso para o estúdio de Hollywood.
Dan Fellman, presidente de Distribuição Doméstica da Warner Bros. Pictures, disse que os dados eram "uma conquista surpreendente".  A Warner produziu todos os oito filmes de Harry Potter, baseados nos sete romances da autora britânica J.K. Rowling.
O estúdio dividiu o último livro, "Harry Potter e as relíquias da morte", em dois filmes, e o segundo chegou os cinemas em 15 de julho. É o primeiro sobre o menino mago a estar disponível em 3D.
O fim da franquia levantou questões sobre o que poderá assumir seu lugar na Warner e em Hollywood, apesar de um alto executivo da Warner ter afirmado que o estúdio dependeria, em parte, de sua unidade DC Comics para preencher o vácuo.
Fellman disse em comunicado que a Warner também atingiu o marco de  US$ 1 bilhão nas bilheterias na América do Norte pelo 11º ano consecutivo.
Segue os valores arrecadados mundialmente pelos filmes de Harry Potter, segundo dados divulgados pela Warner Bros: Harry Potter até agora foi o filme com maior numero de bilheteria ja vendida na história do cinema mundial.
- "Harry Potter e a pedra filosofal" (2001) - US$ 974.755.371
- "Harry Potter e a câmara secreta" (2002) - US$ 878.979.634
- "Harry Potter e o Prisioneiro de Azkaban" (2004) - US$ 796.688.549
- "Harry Potter e o Cálice de Fogo" (2005) - US$ 896.911.078
- "Harry Potter e a Ordem da Fênix" (2007) - US$ 939.885.929
- "Harry Potter e o Enigma do Príncipe" (2009) - US$ 934.416.487
- "Harry Potter e as Relíquias da Morte: Parte 1" (2010) - US$ 955.417.476
- "Harry Potter e as Relíquias da Morte: Parte 2" (2011) - US$ 640.200.000 (após uma semana de estreia)


After a couple of races not particularly covered in glory, Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel comes to Hungary saying that’s just the way it’s going to be...

by Matt Youson on Jul 30, 2011

Sebastian Vettel has won six races out of ten this year, and in the other four taken three second places and a fourth. He comfortably leads the F1 Drivers’ Championship. But all is not rosy in the garden of Red Bull as Vettel’s fourth place in Germany is his worse finish since Monza last year and the generally improving Ferraris and McLarens seem intent up on making a fight of it this season.

Vettel may take some satisfaction - though probably not much in the way of consolation - from having consistently stated that a dip in Red Bull’s dominance was inevitable at some point this year, and simply a fact of life when competing against teams with the resources and calibre of Ferrari and McLaren. It was a view he espoused again when sitting down the press before the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend. This is what he had to say…

Seb, what have you done over the past few days? Have you analysed the performances from the past races?
"What did I do? I went back home, had a couple of days rest and did some training in preparation for this weekend. Obviously we have analysed what happened last weekend, but, y’know, there’s only three days in between the races, so it’s not much time for the team because we have to get all of our stuff back into the trucks and come here. It’s a lot of work and very short nights. We had a deep look but now we have to re-focus on this race. We cannot spend too much of our time thinking about Nürburgring instead of driving here."

'We can’t change the result at the Nürburgring but we can change the result here.'

What do you take away from the results in Germany?
"Well, we finished third and fourth, it’s a result that’s not a disaster but we’re not happy with it. So, we can’t be satisfied but we have to accept it. For here, obviously our target is to do better than third and fourth and, yeah, we have a couple of things to play around with to try to make the package a little bit more competitive again. I think Nürburgring was pretty tricky, particularly for myself: I didn’t really feel comfortable Friday through Sunday but I think we have understood most of it - and this is a different track with different conditions.

"We can’t change the result at the Nürburgring but we can change the result here. There’s no point trying to find any excuses, that race is done. I think the people who finished ahead of me deserved to finish ahead of me but as I said, I’m not happy with that and I want to have it the other way around this weekend.

Why did you not feel comfortable in Germany? Was there something wrong with the car or the tyres?
"No, I think it was a tricky weekend with the conditions. It was very cold but I don’t want to blame it on conditions. Obviously, Mark was a little bit quicker throughout the weekend and I was struggling a little bit and I never really found a good balance. But, as I said, though we didn’t have the easiest time and I think we have understood most of it.

"We’ll have more time in the break to look at the Nürburgring again with the conditions we had and compare that to other races - maybe this one as it’s straight after - but it’s hard to say within only a few days."

Source: Red Bull

Vettel Is Back At The Front In Qualifying

Sebastian Vettel put in a blistering 1:19.815 to beat Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix

Having lost out to their rivals in Friday's practice sessions, Red Bull pulled an all-nighter, using one of their four curfew exceptions. And the late hours paid off.

Vettel, who set the pace in final practice, claimed pole position on Saturday afternoon with a 1:19.815. It is the reigning World Champion's eighth pole of the campaign but his first in three races.

Hamilton was bumped off the P1 slot by just 0.163s, however, he'll be delighted with his second successive front row grid slot.

Jenson Button was third fastest ahead of Felipe Massa, who edged his team-mate Fernando Alonso for the first time this season. Alonso will start the Hungarian GP P5 alongside Mark Webber.

Nico Rosberg and Adrian Sutil completed the top eight.

01. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1m19.815
02. Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1m19.978 + 0.163
03. Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1m20.024 + 0.209
04. Felipe Massa Ferrari 1m20.350 + 0.535
05. Fernando Alonso Ferrari 1m20.365 + 0.550
06. Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1m20.474 + 0.659
07. Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1m21.098 + 1.283
08. Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 1m21.445 + 1.630
09. Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1m21.907 + 2.092
10. Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari No time
11. Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 1m22.256 + 1.994
12. Vitaly Petrov Renault 1m22.284 + 2.022
13. Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 1m22.435 + 2.173
14. Nick Heidfeld Renault 1m22.470 + 2.208
15. Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 1m22.684 + 2.422
16. Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m22.979 + 2.717
17. Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth No time
18. Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m24.070 + 2.492
19. Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 1m24.362 + 2.784
20. Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 1m24.534 + 2.956
21. Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 1m26.294 + 4.716
22. Tonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth 1m26.323 + 4.745
23. Daniel Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth 1m26.479 + 4.901
24. Jerome D'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 1m26.510 + 4.932

Source: Planet-F1

Acidente com carro e ônibus deixa dois feridos no Centro; veja fotos

Carro que ficou destruído em acidente com ônibus no centro de Ribeirão Preto - Foto: Cristiane Zambroni/

Um carro ficou totalmente destruído depois de bater em um ônibus coletivo, por volta das 7h deste sábado (30), no cruzamento da Avenida Francisco Junqueira com a Rua Cerqueira César, no centro de Ribeirão Preto. Duas pessoas que estavam no Monza ficaram presas nas ferragens, mas sofreram ferimentos leves, apesar do estado do veículo.
Luiz Augusto Moreira Santos, de 35 anos, e Jeferson Moreira Santos, de 23 anos, foram socorridos na Unidade Básica Distrital de Saúde do Castelo Branco. Segundo o médico que atendeu as vítimas, José Maurício Iacozzilli, elas passarão por exames mais detalhados. Luiz Augusto sofreu uma fratura no nariz e aguarda ser transferido para um hospital e Jeferson sofreu um deslocamento da coluna cervical e foi transferido para o Hospital das Clínicas Unidade de Emergência.
De acordo com informações do sargento João Carlos Zago, do Corpo de Bombeiros, após a batida lateral houve um princípio de incêndio, que foi controlado com extintores. Estiveram no local uma viatura de autossalvamento, um autobomba e um resgate. Além da Polícia Militar, que desviou o trânsito até o ônibus ser retirado da avenida. Houve congestionamento na via.
O motorista que fazia a linha Vila Albertina, Ednaldo Oliveira da Silva, disse que estava descendo a Rua Liberdade, sentido bairro-centro, quando houve a batida. “O carro cruzou no sinal vermelho. Foi um susto”, afirmou.
Silva disse que trabalha como motorista há cinco anos e que essa foi a primeira vez que se envolveu em um acidente. No momento da batida, aproximadamente 20 passageiros estavam no ônibus. Ninguém ficou ferido. 

Räikkönen was driving experience over really well

Kimi Räikkönen's co-driver Kaj Lindstrom says residues driving WRC Rally Finland on Saturday morning leg.

Raikkonen was the morning's fast lap in exactly the same pace as the 2003 world champion Petter Solberg identical Citroen car.

- Kimi drove really well. Yes, he knows how to drive. It just always seems to forget the representatives of the media that a career is only 24 rallies. In relation to it, he drove really well, Lindstrom praised MTV3.

Is today's rate reflects the fact that Raikkonen can develop a winning rally driver?

- The last seconds per kilometer at the top is a miniature steps. There does not go by leaps and bounds, Lindstrom acknowledges the realities.

Source: MTV3
Courtesy: Mar

Cielo vence nos 50m livre e mantém título mundial

Não importa se é o no Cubo d’Água, no Foro Itálico ou no Centro Esportivo Oriental. Entre os seres vivos sem barbatanas, Cesar Cielo continua sendo o mais veloz do planeta dentro d’água. Na final dos 50m, neste sábado, o brasileiro só precisou de 21s52 para engolir sete adversários de uma vez no Mundial de Xangai. No penúltimo dia de um mês tenso, que o obrigou a travar as braçadas dentro de um terno enquanto se defendia da acusação de doping, foi buscar o ouro na prova favorita, o seu segundo na competição chinesa. Com ou sem supermaiô, ainda está para surgir alguém capaz de se mover mais rápido dentro de uma piscina.
Dono do melhor tempo das eliminatórias, o brasileiro Bruno Fratus, de apenas 22 anos, não conseguiu alcançar o pódio e bateu em quinto lugar. A prata ficou com o italiano Luca Dotto, que não conseguiu sequer ameaçar Cielo com 21s90. No terceiro degrau do pódio fica o francês Alain Bernard, que tinha passado raspando com o oitavo tempo das eliminatórias, mas se recuperou na final e cravou 21s92. O americano Nathan Adrian chegou em quarto, com 21s93.
É a quarta medalha de ouro do Brasil em Xangai. Ana Marcela Cunha abriu os trabalhos vencendo a maratona aquática de 25m; Cielo bateu em primeiro nos 50m borboleta; e Felipe França faturou o ouro nos 50m peito. A vitória de Cielo neste sábado é a primeira "olímpica" do país, já que as outras três provas não fazem parte do programa dos Jogos.

Practice Three: Hard work pays off for Bulls

Rising temperatures and an all-nighter played into Red Bull's hands in Saturday's final practice in Hungary where Seb Vettel set the pace

After finishing half a second behind McLaren's Lewis Hamilton in Practice Two, Red Bull opted to use one of their curfew exceptions on Friday night.

And the extra hours, coupled with rising temperatures, paid off with Vettel setting the pace on Saturday morning.

The reigning World Champ clocked a 1:21.168 to finish 0.301s ahead of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso.

Jenson Button was third quickest.

Report: A warm start to the day with the track temperature already at 32'C as final practice got underway with Tonio Liuzzi leading the field out for their installation laps. Jerome D'Ambrosio posted the morning's first time, a 1:32.884.

The Virgin driver, though, was soon dropped as Nico Rosberg hit the front followed by Jenson Button. Michael Schumacher went third quickest. With the track rubbering up, more drivers ventured out including reigning World Champ Sebastian Vettel. However, he could only manage 17th place on his first lap.

The German went on to lead the way with a 1:22.021 while his team-mate Mark Webber took second place ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Problems for Rosberg, who climbed out of his car while his team worked on something around his seat area.

Halfway through the session it was Vettel leading with a 1:22.021, followed by Hamilton, Webber, Buton, Massa, Rosberg, Schumacher and Alonso.

Alonso improved to fourth place before being dropped as Rosberg, with his seat now sorted, climbed to second. Schumacher moved ahead of Massa and Vettel struggled to stay on the track. However, he wasn't the only one as several drivers ran wide, although with plenty of run-off area there were no accidents.

The final ten minutes saw the drivers take a run on the super soft tyres. Alonso jumped into the P1 slot, Massa took second place and then ran off the track on his next lap, Hamilton got it wrong at the first corner, Button didn't do much better on his out-lap, Jaime Alguersuari ran it wide, Button improved to second and Vettel hit the front with a 1:21.169.

01. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull-Renault 1m21.168s 17 laps
02. Fernando Alonso Ferrari 1m21.469s + 0.301s 13 laps
03. Jenson Button McLaren-Mercedes 1m21.639s + 0.471s 14 laps
04. Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault 1m21.645s + 0.477s 18 laps
05. Felipe Massa Ferrari 1m22.002s + 0.834s 14 laps
06. Nico Rosberg Mercedes 1m22.534s + 1.366s 22 laps
07. Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 1m22.667s + 1.499s 14 laps
08. Michael Schumacher Mercedes 1m23.037s + 1.869s 19 laps
09. Vitaly Petrov Renault 1m23.175s + 2.007s 19 laps
10. Paul di Resta Force India-Mercedes 1m23.276s + 2.108s 18 laps
11. Nick Heidfeld Renault 1m23.281s + 2.113s 13 laps
12. Sergio Perez Sauber-Ferrari 1m23.375s + 2.207s 18 laps
13. Kamui Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 1m23.626s + 2.458s 25 laps
14. Rubens Barrichello Williams-Cosworth 1m23.663s + 2.495s 17 laps
15. Pastor Maldonado Williams-Cosworth 1m23.894s + 2.726s 17 laps
16. Adrian Sutil Force India-Mercedes 1m23.966s + 2.798s 18 laps
17. Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m23.998s + 2.830s 15 laps
18. Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari 1m25.061s + 3.893s 19 laps
19. Jarno Trulli Lotus-Renault 1m25.141s + 3.973s 20 laps
20. Heikki Kovalainen Lotus-Renault 1m25.501s + 4.333s 20 laps
21. Jerome D'Ambrosio Virgin-Cosworth 1m26.955s + 5.787s 20 laps
22. Daniel Ricciardo HRT-Cosworth 1m26.991s + 5.823s 19 laps
23. Timo Glock Virgin-Cosworth 1m27.174s + 6.006s 16 laps
24. Vitantonio Liuzzi HRT-Cosworth 1m27.713s + 6.545s 20 laps

Source: Planet-F1

Brasileira vai reimplantar 'maiores seios do mundo' após coma

Após ter corrido risco de morte por uma infecção bacteriana nos seios no ano passado, a modelo brasileira Sheyla Almeida Hershey, de 32 anos, vai reimplantar as próteses de silicone que lhe deram o título de mulher com os maiores seios do mundo.
“Eu nunca vou ficar melhor sem as próteses. São parte de mim. Enquanto não colocar, não vou me recuperar”, contou a brasileira de Houston, no Texas, onde vive desde 2002.
Há pouco mais de um ano, em entrevista ao G1, Sheyla havia dito que caso precisasse retirar as próteses de 3,5 litros por questões de saúde, não faria novas cirurgias plásticas. No entanto, após se ver sem os seios que lhe deram fama, a modelo conta que não suportou. Deprimida, tomou uma overdose de medicamentos que a fez ficar quatro dias em coma.
“Fiz muito tratamento psiquiátrico. Hoje, aceito a situação melhor”, disse.
Segundo a brasileira, a nova cirurgia, marcada para 20 de setembro, será realizada no México, já que o tamanho da prótese ultrapassa os limites da legislação americana e médicos brasileiros se recusaram a operá-la novamente. Desde os 20 anos, quando fez a primeira operação, já foram mais de 20 cirurgias plásticas, nove delas para aumentar os seios.
Logo após o último implante, ocorrido em junho no Brasil, ela atingiu a marca de 3,5 litros em cada seio, estabelecendo a marca registrada pelo Guinness Book, o livro dos recordes. O título, segundo a modelo, não foi perdido com a retirada das próteses.
“Não perdi o recorde, continua meu. Quando recolocar [as próteses], vou ligar para o pessoal de Londres. Mesmo se eu não quiser ter mais a prótese, fica sendo meu até que uma outra pessoa consiga bater”, diz.
Sheyla diz que a operação não foi recomendada pela médica, que não dá garantias de que uma nova infecção possa acontecer. O marido, o engenheiro americano Derek Hershey, com quem ela tem dois filhos, e a mãe, que vive no Brasil, temem pela nova cirurgia, diz ela.
“Meu marido agora fica com medo, ele passou por todo processo da minha infecção. Minha mãe também está com muito medo, pede para não colocar o mesmo tamanho que estava antes. Mas é melhor eu colocar o que estava antes do que um menor e em seis meses eu querer aumentar novamente. Quando eu quero uma coisa, tem que ser o que eu quero”, afirma.
A operação será possível, segundo Sheyla, porque as próteses foram preservadas e ela evitou fazer uma operação de mastectomia [retirada total dos seios], mantendo a pele para implantação do silicone. “Parece um filme de terror”, brinca.
RealityAo G1, a modelo também revelou ter fechado um contrato para gravar um reality show sobre pessoas que vão além dos limites com cirurgias plásticas para o canal de TV a cabo da apresentadora Oprah Winfrey, OWN.
“Vamos começar a gravar na semana que vem, comigo sem os seios. Eles vão acompanhar minha cirurgia no México, depois minha ida ao Brasil e vamos continuar gravando por quatro meses. Vai ser exibido em fevereiro do ano que vem”, diz.