10 de abr de 2011

F1: GP da Malásia 2011






         Nesse Domingo, 10 de Abril de 2011, aconteceu o GP da Malásia. Uma corrida bem disputada do começo ao fim, com bastante ultrapassagens e pit stops. Mais uma vez Vettel dominou do início ao fim. Vettel da Alemanha ficou com o 1° lugar, Jenson Button da Grã-Bretanha ficou com o 2°  lugar e Nick Heidfeld da Alemanha ficou com o 3° lugar. Massa teve uma ótima largada, mas teve problemas nos boxes,  terminou na 5° posição e Barrichello teve um toque logo no início da corrida, e assim comprometeu o resto da prova.

Adrian Newey, Button, Vettel, Heidfeld

Button, Vettel, Heidfeld


Vettel



 
2011 FIA Formula One World Championship
Drivers Provisional Classification
POS
DRIVER
 
AUS
MAL
CHN
TUR
ESP
MCO
CAN
EUR
GBR
DEU
HUN
BEL
ITA
SIN
JPN
KOR
IND
ABD
BRA
PTS
1
 Sebastian Vettel
 (DEU)
25
1
25
1

















50
2
 Jenson Button
 (GBR)
8
6
18
2

















26
3
 Lewis Hamilton
 (GBR)
18
2
4
8

















22
4
 Mark Webber
 (AUS)
10
5
12
4

















22
5
 Fernando Alonso
 (ESP)
12
4
8
6

















20
6
 Felipe Massa
 (BRA)
6
7
10
5

















16
7
 Nick Heidfeld
 (DEU)
0
12
15
3

















15
8
 Vitaly Petrov
 (RUS)
15
3
0
17

















15
9
 Kamui Kobayashi
 (JPN)
0
x
6
7

















6
10
 Sébastien Buemi
 (CHE)
4
8
0
13

















4
11
 Adrian Sutil
 (DEU)
2
9
0
11

















2
12
 Michael Schumacher
 (DEU)
-
m
2
9

















2
13
 Paul di Resta
 (GBR)
1
10
1
10

















2
14
 Jaime Alguersuari
 (ESP)
0
11
0
14

















0
15
 Nico Rosberg
 (DEU)
-
m
0
12

















0
16
 Jarno Trulli
 (ITA)
0
13
-
m

















0
17
 Jérôme D'Ambrosio
 (BEL)
0
14
-
m

















0
18
 Heikki Kovalainen
 (FIN)
-
m
0
15

















0
19
 Timo Glock
 (DEU)
0
nc
0
16

















0
-
 Sergio Perez Mendoza
 (MEX)
0
x
-
m

















0
-
 Rubens Barrichello
 (BRA) 
-
m
-
m

















-
-
 Pastor Maldonaldo
 (VEN)
-
m
-
m

















-
-
 Vitantonio Liuzzi
 (ITA)

-
m

















-
-
 Narain Karthikeyan
 (IND)

-
m

















-
KEY:  25 



w
nc 
 Points Scored in Race
 Position in Race
 Retired
 Mechanical
 Accident
 Excluded
 Withdrawn
 Not Classified
NOTE: 
The Sporting Regulations provide that if two or more constructors or drivers have the same number of points (including 0 points), their positions in the Championship are fixed according to the quality of their places. Under this system one first place is better than any number of second places, one second place is better than any number of third places, and so on.


DRIVERS PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION
No
Driver
Nat
Car
Points
01
Sebastian Vettel
DEU
Red Bull
50
02
Jenson Button
GBR
McLaren
26
03
Lewis Hamilton
GBR
McLaren
22
04
Mark Webber
AUS
Red Bull
22
05
Fernando Alonso
ESP
Ferrari
20
06
Felipe Massa
BRA
Ferrari
16
07
Nick Heidfeld
DEU
Renault
15
08
Vitaly Petrov
RUS
Renault
15
09
Kamui Kobayashi
JPN
Sauber
6
10
Sébastien Buemi
CHE
Toro Rosso
4
11
Adrian Sutil
DEU
Force India
2
12
Michael Schumacher
DEU
Mercedes
2
13
Paul di Resta
GBR
Force India
2
14
Jaime Alguersuari
ESP
Toro Rosso
0
15
Nico Rosberg
DEU
Mercedes
0
16
Jarno Trulli
ITA
Lotus
0
17
Jérôme D'Ambrosio
BEL
Virgin
0
18
Heikki Kovalainen
FIN
Lotus
0
19
Timo Glock
DEU
Virgin
0


 
CONSTRUCTORS PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION
Pos
Constructor
Engine
Points
1
Red Bull Racing
Renault
72
2
Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
Mercedes
50
3
Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Ferrari
36
4
Lotus Renault GP
Renault
30
5
Scuderia Toro Rosso
Ferrari
4
6
Sauber F1 Team
Ferrari
4
7
Force India F1 Team
Mercedes
4
8
Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team
Mercedes
2
9
Team Lotus
Renault
0
10
Marussia Virgin Racing
Cosworth
0


Sebastian Vettel

Vettel
Vettel

Vettel

Vettel

Vettel
The start was very crucial , I thought I had a very good start, but then I saw Lewis coming up, and then all of a sudden I saw something black [Heidfeld's Renault] in my mirrors! That was a good thing to happen to me for my first stint."
We could control it, but it was never easy. When Jenson was behind me I could control the gap.
Kers was a little bit on-off during the race. Two weeks ago [when he won in Australia] we never raced it at all.
Today if I didn't have it at the start the race would never have unfolded as it did. Then we had a problem and had to turn it off, but it came back on again.

Jenson Button

Button
Button

Button

Button
It gives me confidence. The feeling of the car is good and that is important to me.
We can't let the Red Bulls have it all their own way for much longer.
This is again a step forward in terms of performance and it has to keep happening.
Hopefully we can take the fight to Red Bull because everyone wants to see that. Our aim is to challenge these guys but it's not that easy - they are very, very fast.
At this moment in time, Sebastian is the person to beat. He has a 24-point lead and that is a lot from two races but there are still 17 to go.
He's won two races out of two and nobody else has been as consistent. In terms of pace we are the second best but we need to find some improvements.

Nick Heidfeld

Nick Heidfeld

Heidfeld
 
Heidfeld






*McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari's Fernando Alonso have been hit with 20-second penalties following a collision in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.


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