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2011 F1 Summer break – Factory closing and opening dates

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Aug.06 – GPupdate.net has published 2011 F1 Factory closing dates, All F1 teams move into a 14-days break, and they will come-back for Belgian GP at the last weekend of the August.
Teams selected different strategy take up and down the grid in advance of the Belgian GP.

Championship leader Red Bull racing will close there factory on Aug 6th -20th, but the second runners McLaren’s summer break already start from 1st – 14th. Ferrari, Force India and Virgin Racing opted late closing there factory 8th – 21st.

Summer break factory closure dates:

Red Bull / Milton Keynes:
6th – 20th

McLaren / Woking:
1st – 14th

Ferrari / Maranello:
8th – 21st

Mercedes / Brackley:
5th – 19th

Renault / Enstone:
1st – 14th

Sauber / Hinwil:
1st – 14th

Force India / Silverstone:
8th – 21st

Toro Rosso / Faenza:
7th – 20th

Williams / Grove:
1st – 14th

Lotus / Hingham:
1st – 14th

HRT / Murcia:
7th – 20th

Virgin / Dinnington:
8th – 21st

Credit: GPupdate.net


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