22 de mai de 2011

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Pos
Driver
Team
Laps
Time/Retired
1
Sebastian Vettel
RBR-Renault
66
Winner
2
Lewis Hamilton
McLaren-Mercedes
66
+0.6 secs
3
Jenson Button
McLaren-Mercedes
66
+35.6 secs
4
Mark Webber
RBR-Renault
66
+47.9 secs
5
Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
65
+1 Lap
6
Michael Schumacher
Mercedes
65
+1 Lap
7
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
65
+1 Lap
8
Nick Heidfeld
Renault
65
+1 Lap
9
Sergio Perez
Sauber-Ferrari
65
+1 Lap
10
Kamui Kobayashi
Sauber-Ferrari
65
+1 Lap
11
Vitaly Petrov
Renault
65
+1 Lap
12
Paul di Resta
Force India-Mercedes
65
+1 Lap
13
Adrian Sutil
Force India-Mercedes
65
+1 Lap
14
Sebastien Buemi
STR-Ferrari
65
+1 Lap
15
Pastor Maldonado
Williams-Cosworth
65
+1 Lap
16
Jaime Alguersuari
STR-Ferrari
64
+2 Laps
17
Rubens Barrichello
Williams-Cosworth
64
+2 Laps
18
Jarno Trulli
Lotus-Renault
64
+2 Laps
19
Timo Glock
Virgin-Cosworth
63
+3 Laps
20
Jerome d’Ambrosio
Virgin-Cosworth
62
+4 Laps
21
Narain Karthikeyan
HRT-Cosworth
61
+5 Laps
Ret
Felipe Massa
Ferrari
58
+8 Laps
Ret
Heikki Kovalainen
Lotus-Renault
48
Accident
Ret
Vitantonio Liuzzi
HRT-Cosworth
28
+38 Laps


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
18
2
25
1
25
1














118
2
 Lewis Hamilton
 (GBR)
18
2
4
8
25
1
12
4
18
2














77
3
 Mark Webber
 (AUS)
10
5
12
4
15
3
18
2
12
4














67
4
 Jenson Button
 (GBR)
8
6
18
2
12
4
8
6
15
3














61
5
 Fernando Alonso
 (ESP)
12
4
8
6
6
7
15
3
10
5














51
6
 Nico Rosberg
 (DEU)
-
m
0
12
10
5
10
5
6
7














26
7
 Nick Heidfeld
 (DEU)
0
12
15
3
0
12
6
7
4
8














25
8
 Felipe Massa
 (BRA)
6
7
10
5
8
6
0
11
-
m














24
9
 Vitaly Petrov
 (RUS)
15
3
0
17
2
9
4
8
0
11














21
10
 Michael Schumacher
 (DEU)
-
m
2
9
4
8
0
12
8
6














14
11
 Kamui Kobayashi
 (JPN)
0
x
6
7
1
10
1
10
1
10














9
12
 Sebastien Buemi
 (CHE)
4
8
0
13
0
14
2
9
0
14














6
13
 Adrian Sutil
 (DEU)
2
9
0
11
0
15
0
13
0
13














2
14
 Sergio Perez Mendoza
 (MEX)
0
x
-
m
0
17
0
14
2
9














2
15
 Paul di Resta
 (GBR)
1
10
1
10
0
11
-
m
0
12














2
16
 Jaime Alguersuari
 (ESP)
0
11
0
14
-
m
0
16
0
16














0
17
 Rubens Barrichello
 (BRA) 
-
m
-
m
0
13
0
15
0
17














0
18
 Jarno Trulli
 (ITA)
0
13
-
m
0
19
0
18
0
18














0
19
 Jerome D'Ambrosio
 (BEL)
0
14
-
m
0
20
0
20
0
20














0
20
 Heikki Kovalainen
 (FIN)
-
m
0
15
0
16
0
19
-
a














0
21
 Pastor Maldonaldo
 (VEN)
-
m
-
m
0
18
0
17
0
15














0
22
 Timo Glock
 (DEU)
0
nc
0
16
0
21

0
19














0
23
 Narain Karthikeyan
 (IND)

-
m
0
23
0
21
0
21














0
24
 Vitantonio Liuzzi
 (ITA)

-
m
0
22
0
22
-
m














0
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.


CONSTRUCTORS PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION
Pos
Constructor
Engine
Points
1
Red Bull Racing
Renault
185
2
Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
Mercedes
138
3
Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Ferrari
75
4
Lotus Renault GP
Renault
46
5
Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team
Mercedes
40
6
Sauber F1 Team
Ferrari
11
7
Scuderia Toro Rosso
Ferrari
6
8
Force India F1 Team
Mercedes
4
9
AT&T Williams
Cosworth
0
10
Team Lotus
Renault
0
11
Marussia Virgin Racing
Cosworth
0
12
HRT F1 Team
Cosworth
0





Sebastian Vettel - GER

Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel
 At the beginning of the race, I think I had a good start but I didn't understand where Fernando (Alonso) came from. He started behind me, some 16 metres behind, and half way down the straight he was already side-by-side. He went on the inside of Mark (Webber) and I went on the outside, so he was leading after the first lap. We couldn't get really close enough to get into the DRS, so we got (no) advantage and (couldn't) pass him but then we got him with a pit-stop. Fairly early, everyone was getting the options out of the way. Then it was basically half of the race left with the hard tyres. McLaren were very strong and Lewis was very strong in particular and they stayed out a little bit longer. A different strategy, which brought them up to second behind us. From then onwards I knew it would be very, very close. Going into the last 10 laps I was feeling a bit like China. I felt my tyres going away and I was praying the same thing would happen to Lewis, as he was catching up. He seemed to be so much quicker, especially in the last sector, so he was always getting into the DRS zone, so he could use his rear wing on the straights. He was sitting for some time on the limiter at the end of the straight but still, sometimes, if you open the straight, it is quite far away. The end of the straight, you look into the mirror and he is there or thereabouts. You don't know if you should defend or not. It was really close. Then, thankfully, in the last two laps I think I got quite a good run in the last sector and enough to make it stick. On top of that we had sometimes KERS on, sometimes KERS off. I was playing around with the buttons and the brake distribution so it wasn't an easy race and obviously McLaren and Lewis especially gave us a very, very hard time. It is quite a big relief when you cross the line or you open onto the main straight and you know there is the chequered flag, and we made it, so I am very, very happy. A great result and after yesterday I think another confirmation that we are very strong. Many people said today would not be a race, but only between Mark and myself. But we have seen, poof, turn one, the Ferraris are there, and then the McLarens gave us a very hard time, so that is why I am even more happy today that we made it as these guys were pushing very hard. I am just happy now.


Lewis Hamilton - GBR

Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton
I don't think you can be disappointed with today. The team did a fantastic job throughout with the pit stops and throughout the weekend to get us up there and put us in the fighting position. I didn't get the best start but was able to just keep up with the Red Bulls, with Mark in particular, as I think Fernando was holding the two Red Bulls up. I was able to keep with them just for a while and as the race went on we clearly had some serious pace but it was very, very tough to get past Sebastian in the end. They were massively, massively quick in the high speed turn three, turn nine and through the last corner. His downforce was incredibly clear for me to see. But, nonetheless, I gave it my all to move forward and score some good points and retain second place. It is great for Jenson as well and great for the team points.

Jenson Button - GBR

Jenson Button

Jenson Button

Jenson Button

Jenson Button
My first lap was an absolute disaster. I got a poor start. It didn't feel too bad but then everyone just came by. I got stuck on the outside of turn one and then turn three. I don't know where I was but I think I was 11th or 12th after the start. Very, very tricky then, and the guy in front was making it very difficult to overtake. But I was able to pick them off and with a fantastic strategy, I would say this race, we were able to get a podium. It was great fun for me coming through and passing Fernando and Mark when they were on the prime tyres and I was on the option and we made the three-stop work. Two weeks ago it wasn't the right call, but this week it was and it is good to get some nice points and also to have fought my way through. I really felt like I raced today.


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