8 de mai de 2011

F1: GP da Turquia - Istanbul 2011









           Nesse Domingo aconteceu o GP da Turquia. Tirando o 1° lugar que Vettel da Alemanha dominou com bastante tranquilidade desde da largada até a linha chegada, a corrida foi bastante movimentada. Com a característica marcante dessa temporada: inúmeras ultrapassagens - como o gráfico mostra. Mark Webber da Austrália ficou com o 2° lugar.  Webber não teve uma boa largada, mas conseguiu recuperar-se ao longo da corrida. E em 3° lugar ficou Fernando Alonso da Espanha, teve uma ótima largada e consegiu manter-se entre os 3 primeiros.


Sebastian Vettel

Mark Webber

Fernando Alonso


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















93
2
 Lewis Hamilton
 (GBR)
18
2
4
8
25
1
12
4















59
3
 Mark Webber
 (AUS)
10
5
12
4
15
3
18
2















55
4
 Jenson Button
 (GBR)
8
6
18
2
12
4
8
6















46
5
 Fernando Alonso
 (ESP)
12
4
8
6
6
7
15
3















41
6
 Felipe Massa
 (BRA)
6
7
10
5
8
6
0
11















24
7
 Nick Heidfeld
 (DEU)
0
12
15
3
0
12
6
7















21
8
 Vitaly Petrov
 (RUS)
15
3
0
17
2
9
4
8















21
9
 Nico Rosberg
 (DEU)
-
m
0
12
10
5
10
5















20
10
 Kamui Kobayashi
 (JPN)
0
x
6
7
1
10
1
10















8
11
 Michael Schumacher
 (DEU)
-
m
2
9
4
8
0
12















6
12
 Sébastien Buemi
 (CHE)
4
8
0
13
0
14
2
9















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















2
14
 Paul di Resta
 (GBR)
1
10
1
10
0
11
-
m















2
15
 Jaime Alguersuari
 (ESP)
0
11
0
14
-
m
0
16















0
16
 Rubens Barrichello
 (BRA) 
-
m
-
m
0
13
0
15















0
17
 Jarno Trulli
 (ITA)
0
13
-
m
0
19
0
18















0
18
 Sergio Perez Mendoza
 (MEX)
0
x
-
m
0
17
0
14















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















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















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
















0
22
 Pastor Maldonaldo
 (VEN)
-
m
-
m
0
18
0
17















0
23
 Narain Karthikeyan
 (IND)

-
m
0
23
0
21















0
24
 Vitantonio Liuzzi
 (ITA)

-
m
0
22
0
22















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 Withdrawn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



DRIVERS PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION
No
Driver
Nat
Car
Points
01
Sebastian Vettel
DEU
Red Bull
93
02
Lewis Hamilton
GBR
McLaren
59
03
Mark Webber
AUS
Red Bull
55
04
Jenson Button
GBR
McLaren
46
05
Fernando Alonso
ESP
Ferrari
41
06
Felipe Massa
BRA
Ferrari
24
07
Nick Heidfeld
DEU
Renault
21
08
Vitaly Petrov
RUS
Renault
21
09
Nico Rosberg
DEU
Mercedes
20
10
Kamui Kobayashi
JPN
Sauber
8
11
Michael Schumacher
DEU
Mercedes
6
12
Sébastien Buemi
CHE
Toro Rosso
6
13
Adrian Sutil
DEU
Force India
2
14
Paul di Resta
GBR
Force India
2
15
Jaime Alguersuari
ESP
Toro Rosso
0
16
Rubens Barrichello
BRA
Williams
0
17
Jarno Trulli
ITA
Lotus
0
18
Sergio Perez
MEX
Sauber
0
19
Jérôme D'Ambrosio
BEL
Virgin
0
20
Heikki Kovalainen
FIN
Lotus
0
21
Timo Glock
DEU
Virgin
0
22
Pastor Maldonaldo
VEN
Williams
0
23
Narain Karthikeyan
IND
HRT
0
24
Vitantonio Liuzzi
ITA
HRT
0


CONSTRUCTORS PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION
Constructor
Engine
Points
Red Bull Racing
Renault
148
Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
Mercedes
105
Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Ferrari
65
Lotus Renault GP
Renault
42
Mercedes GP Petronas F1 Team
Mercedes
26
Sauber F1 Team
Ferrari
8
Scuderia Toro Rosso
Ferrari
6
Force India F1 Team
Mercedes
4
Team Lotus
Renault
0
AT&T Williams
Cosworth
0
Marussia Virgin Racing
Cosworth
0
HRT F1 Team
Cosworth
0


Sebastian Vettel - GER
Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

 I think we had a smooth race. Obviously a very good start which was crucial and then I was able to pull a gap, right at the first stint, which was important as we could then afford to stay out a lap longer, wait to see what the others are doing in terms of strategy and just react. We always had this three, four to eight-second cushion to the second guy and it makes my life easier, easier to find out which strategy really works. All in all I am very happy. We lacked the Friday. I had an accident on Friday and crashed the car badly and all the guys, not only the guys around my car but Mark's guys, helped a lot and together they fixed the car. It meant some extra hours for them which I am sorry for but I think yesterday and today makes up for it. I am very pleased with the result and big thanks to the team.

Mark Webber - AUS

Mark Webber

Mark Webber

Mark Webber
Q: Mark, an eventful race for you. You lost ground at the start and then again to Fernando during the race. How did you make your comeback?
Mark WEBBER: Yeah, it was eventful wasn't it. The start wasn't that easy out of that side of the grid, which we probably expected a little bit. But it is not the end of the world as we have seen the last race starting 18th, it doesn't really matter if you are on the dirty side or whatever, even if you're at the front. I spent a few laps trying to clear Nico (Rosberg), which is obviously not ideal and Seb got a bit of a gap. I was then a little bit on the back foot from there. I cleared Nico and the guys pitted me a bit earlier than I expected, as I knew that the undercuts were coming into play and clearly there was a gap for us to come into. That's the way it went. We made our bed in terms of our strategy from then on. The fight with Fernando in the middle of the race was a little bit unexpected. He drove fantastic today. It was a good fight. Both of us used the DRS to get the moves done, so that was part of it, but the tyres play a huge role. In the end I had a fresher set of tyres from qualifying and got the job done on Fernando and that was it really. Congratulations to Seb: another victory. He is on a roll obviously but this is the maximum I could get today.


Fernando Alonso - ESP

Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso
Q: Fernando, as James was saying in the unilateral, third place must feel good, after the previous races.
FA: Yeah, it feels good. Obviously we capitalised on the opportunity. I think we were in condition to be second, maybe, in Malaysia. I touched with Hamilton when I was passing him for third and then we had the opportunity to catch Button as well for second so we missed that opportunity and today we had another one and finally we did it. It was a good race from us, I think, a good weekend overall. Friday we had some issues but Saturday and Sunday were perfect for the team, for the strategy, for everything. So yeah, very, very happy with the result but this is only the first step. We want to win races and first we need to be on the podium as we were today and now we need to keep moving forward.




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