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GP Week : Issue 185
42 GPWEEK.com // 42 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: F1 >>> GREAT BRITAIN THE NuMbERs Number of Grands Prix since launch of Voyager 1 593 Years – How long it would take Lewis Hamilton to drive 11.6 billion miles at the speed with which he took pole position in the 2013 British GP 8943 Kg – By how much Paul di Resta was under the F1 minimum weight limit after qualifying 2 Kg – how much Voyager 1 exceeds the F1 minimum weight limit by 80 Seconds – Niki Lauda’s winning margin over Jacques Laffite in the 1977 Dutch GP, the week Voyager 1 was launched 1.89 Km/h – Romain Grosjean’s speed increase when he opened DRS on the Hangar Straight 21 Time it would take a pitwall radio message to reach a driver if he were in Voyager 1’s current position 18hr23min Billion miles – current distance from Earth to Voyager 1 11.6 Number of punctures suffered by Voyager 1 0 Km/h – Voyager 1’s speed increase when using the gravitational slingshot from Saturn in 1980 64,800,00 Seconds – Time it would take Voyager 1 to complete one lap of Silverstone 0.31 In light of Voyager 1 scientist Ed Stone’s news that the spacecraft is on the outer edges of the Solar System, Sean Kelly presents a Voyager Silverstone F1 special ...