30 de mai de 2011

F1: GP de Monaco 2011












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Alonso, Vettel, Button





Pos
Driver
Team
Laps
Time/Retired
1
Sebastian Vettel
RBR-Renault
78
Winner
2
Fernando Alonso
Ferrari
78
+1.1 secs
3
Jenson Button
McLaren-Mercedes
78
+2.3 secs
4
Mark Webber
RBR-Renault
78
+23.1 secs
5
Kamui Kobayashi
Sauber-Ferrari
78
+26.9 secs
6
Lewis Hamilton
McLaren-Mercedes
78
+27.2 secs
7
Adrian Sutil
Force India-Mercedes
77
+1 Lap
8
Nick Heidfeld
Renault
77
+1 Lap
9
Rubens Barrichello
Williams-Cosworth
77
+1 Lap
10
Sebastien Buemi
STR-Ferrari
77
+1 Lap
11
Nico Rosberg
Mercedes
76
+2 Lap
12
Paul di Resta
Force India-Mercedes
76
+2 Lap
13
Jarno Trulli
Lotus-Renault
76
+2 Lap
14
Heikki Kovalainen
Lotus-Renault
76
+2 Lap
15
Jerome d’Ambrosio
Virgin-Cosworth
75
+3 Lap
16
Vitantonio Liuzzi
HRT-Cosworth
75
+3 Lap
17
Narain Karthikeyan
HRT-Cosworth
74
+4 Lap
18
Pastor Maldonado
Williams-Cosworth
73
+5 Lap
Ret
Vitaly Petrov
Renault
67
+11 Lap
Ret
Jaime Alguersuari
STR-Ferrari
66
+12 Lap
Ret
Felipe Massa
Ferrari
32
+46 Laps
Ret
Michael Schumacher
Mercedes
32
+46 Laps
Ret
Timo Glock
Virgin-Cosworth
30
+48 Laps
DNS
Sergio Perez
Sauber-Ferrari





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
25
1













143
2
 Lewis Hamilton
 (GBR)
18
2
4
8
25
1
12
4
18
2
8
6













85
3
 Mark Webber
 (AUS)
10
5
12
4
15
3
18
2
12
4
12
4













79
4
 Jenson Button
 (GBR)
8
6
18
2
12
4
8
6
15
3
15
3













76
5
 Fernando Alonso
 (ESP)
12
4
8
6
6
7
15
3
10
5
18
2













69
6
 Nick Heidfeld
 (DEU)
0
12
15
3
0
12
6
7
4
8
4
8













29
7
 Nico Rosberg
 (DEU)
-
m
0
12
10
5
10
5
6
7
0
11













26
8
 Felipe Massa
 (BRA)
6
7
10
5
8
6
0
11
-
m
-
a













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













21
10
 Kamui Kobayashi
 (JPN)
0
x
6
7
1
10
1
10
1
10
10
5













19
11
 Michael Schumacher
 (DEU)
-
m
2
9
4
8
0
12
8
6
-
m













14
12
 Adrian Sutil
 (DEU)
2
9
0
11
0
15
0
13
0
13
6
7













8
13
 Sébastien Buemi
 (CHE)
4
8
0
13
0
14
2
9
0
14
1
10













7
14
 Rubens Barrichello
 (BRA) 
-
m
-
m
0
13
0
15
0
17
2
9













2
15
 Sergio Perez Mendoza
 (MEX)
0
x
-
m
0
17
0
14
2
9














2
16
 Paul di Resta
 (GBR)
1
10
1
10
0
11
-
m
0
12
0
12













2
17
 Jaime Alguersuari
 (ESP)
0
11
0
14
-
m
0
16
0
16
-
a













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













0
19
 Heikki Kovalainen
 (FIN)
-
m
0
15
0
16
0
19
-
a
0
14













0
20
 Jérôme D'Ambrosio
 (BEL)
0
14
-
m
0
20
0
20
0
20
0
15













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













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

0
19
-
m













0
23
 Vitantonio Liuzzi
 (ITA)

-
m
0
22
0
22
-
m
0
16













0
24
 Narain Karthikeyan
 (IND)

-
m
0
23
0
21
0
21
0
17













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.



2011 FIA Formula One World Championship
Constructors Provisional Classification
POS
CONSTRUCTOR
 
AUS
MAL
CHN
TUR
ESP
MCO
CAN
EUR
GBR
DEU
HUN
BEL
ITA
SIN
JPN
KOR
IND
ABD
BRA
PTS
1
 Red Bull
 Racing
35
1
5
37
1
4
33
2
3
43
1
2
37
1
4
37
1
4













222
2
 Vodafone McLaren
 Mercedes
26
2
6
22
2
8
37
1
4
20
4
6
33
2
3
23
3
6













161
3
 Scuderia Ferrari
 Marlboro
18
4
7
18
5
6
14
5
6
15
3
11
10
5
m
18
2
a













93
4
 Lotus
 Renault GP
15
3
12
15
3
17
2
9
12
10
7
8
4
8
11
4
8
a













50
5
 Mercedes GP
 Petronas F1 Team
0
m
m
2
9
12
14
5
8
10
5
12
14
6
7
0
11
m













40
6
 Sauber
 F1 Team
0
x
x
6
7
m
1
10
17
1
10
14
3
9
10
10
5













21
7
 Force India
 F1 Team
3
9
10
1
10
11
0
11
15
0
13
m
0
12
13
6
7
12













10
8
 Scuderia
 Toro Rosso
4
8
11
0
13
14
0
14
m
2
9
16
0
14
16
1
10
a













7
9
 AT&T
 Williams
0
m
m
0
m
m
0
13
18
0
15
17
0
15
17
2
9
18













2
10
 Team
 Lotus
0
13
m
0
15
m
0
16
19
0
18
19
0
18
a
0
13
14













0
11
 Marussia
 Virgin Racing
0
14
nc
0
16
m
0
20
21
0
20
m
0
19
20
0
15
m













0
12
 HRT
 F1 Team
  

0
m
m
0
22
23
0
21
22
0
21
m
0
16
17













0
KEY:  25 



w
nc 
 Points Scored in Race
 Position in Race
  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.


Sebastian Vettel - GER
Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

 I think the race today was pretty entertaining from the inside of the car at least. I had a good first stint, a good start to the race, I could pull a gap to Jenson, so reasonably happy. I was targeted to go longer on the options, Jenson came in and we had a problem with the pit-stop, we reacted, so we lost the position. Went on the hard, he went on the soft and he was pulling away like crazy, pulling a gap. But then we were staying out a bit longer on the primes. With the safety car it was good to have a little break, Jenson behind, and he was much quicker on the soft tyres, but it is very difficult to pass here. I knew that. He came in for his final stop. He had to as he was three times on the softs so he had to go on the hards. Fernando was a bit on a similar strategy. Probably they were a bit more clever on the safety car to bring him in and he got a new set of hard tyres. But then the lap Jenson pitted, we initially wanted to react, to pit as well, but I said 'let's try to one-stop'. There were like 33 laps to go. I had quite a good feeling on the tyres I had. I had nowhere close to fresh tyres anymore. I saw the only chance to win this race was to try to stay out. It was really close. I think it was 20 laps under pressure with Fernando and Jenson behind. I know it is difficult to pass here but it was getting closer and closer and I think it would have been a difficult six laps. But then we caught the group. In fact they crashed in front of us, so another safety car and then a suspended race, which allowed us to change tyres. I got rid of these stones, of these old tyres, and the final, final attempt with everyone on a fresher set, it was easier to pull away a little bit and get a gap out of those corners that it really mattered. Extremely happy. At some stage I was P2 with 15 seconds behind Jenson and the victory seemed far away. But I have said it is a crazy place. The roulette spun a lot last night and it kept on spinning during this race. Crazy. I am really, really happy. Fantastic result and extreme honour to put my name down on the list of previous winners here, so a perfect day I guess.


Fernando Alonso - ESP

Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso
You never know what is going to happen in the final result. But 100 per cent I was ready to try. He was having some more problems with the tyres in the last 10 laps of the race. We were managing the tyres when I pitted, as I knew that at the end of the race it was our time to attack but that last 10 laps didn't come as we had the red flag and the safety car. I was ready to attack. It is difficult here, there is not much space. There is the risk of 50 per cent you overtake 50 per cent maybe you crash, but this is Monaco and he is leading the championship so he has much more to lose than me, so I was ready to attack.


Jenson Button- GBR
Jenson Button
Jenson Button

Jenson Button
Well, it was fun for quite a few laps until the first safety car came out. It was looking really good. But we went for the three-stop as I was struggling a little bit in the first stint with the rears and we thought we could probably jump Seb on the first stop, which we did. Then we had very good pace on the super-soft tyre. But then, later in the race, when the safety car came out, it hurt us a little bit as we had just pitted. Seb stayed out and as we have already said it is very difficult to overtake here. I suppose, Monaco Grand Prix, you always have to expect safety cars but you always hope they don't happen when you are on a three-stop strategy. Disappointed for the team and for myself as I thought we had a real chance of victory but congratulations to these guys. I think we put on a great show for the viewers and all the people here in Monaco and also good news at the end to hear that Vitaly (Petrov) is okay.
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