Este fin de semana tiene lugar el Gran Premio de España de Fórmula 1, la categoría comienza el periplo por el Viejo Mundo. El abanico de temas que excede lo que pueda suceder en la pista de Montmeló, incluye la presentación oficial de Pirelli de la oferta técnica y comercial para la provisión de neumáticos para la categoría a partir del campeonato mundial de 2011.

La compañía planea presentar la propuesta para FIA (Federación Internacional de Automóviles) y a la FOA (administradora de F-1). ¿Se viene la batalla por ser el proveedor del caucho a la F-1?




  1. The label as being banned is a bit menaildisg. It just has been removed from the Windows 7 E (European) editions. I have been seeing posts to the fact that discs of IE8 might be given out to retail buyers of Windows 7 in the EU. For system builders, it is a no brainer to just install a browser or two before shipping out the machines. Even on the international releases and in the Windows 7 RC (build 7100) you can choose not to install IE8 at all if you choose to customize your installation, and it will never grace your system if you so choose.I do agree with you in that most people don’t care which browser they are using as long as it works. The ones who do care, can easily obtain another browser and use it. Safari, Opera, Chrome, FireFox, even Lynx are easy to get and install on most systems. This may be another case of what happened with Windows Vista N (which shipped without any of the Windows Media Player or MediaCenter extensions), users will largely not buy the crippled version, or they won’t care about the difference.


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